The Disappearance of Women in Turkish Occupied Syria Continues Unabated, and Ignored

88 women and young girls were kidnapped in 2020 alone, a minority of them have been released upon payment of ransom monies. A myriad of Islamic gangs under Turkish government direction are responsible. (courtesy of The Missing Afrin Women Project)
Nowruz Anwar Bakr Abdo, was released after being identified as a women in the video.
The fate of Fatima Muhammad Rashkelah, aged 16, remains unknown. She is just one of the many missing Afrin women.
Serekaniye October 2020

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