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New Wave of Displacement in Hassakeh After Turkish Occupation Escalated Threats

Towns in the countryside of al-Hassakeh are witnessing a wave of displacement in anticipation of a Turkish operation, according to SANA.
New Wave of Displacement in Hassakeh After Turkish Occupation Escalated Threats

The Abu Rasin town and a number of adjacent villages in the Hassakeh northern countryside have witnessed a wave of displacement of their locals after the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries of terrorist organizations have escalated threats to carry out new aggression on the area.

Sources told SANA reporter that the locals of the town of Abu Rasin in Hassakeh northwestern countryside have left their homes and headed to the far villages following the threats launched by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries to seize the town and the adjacent villages.

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The sources added that the locals of the village of Dad Abdal have completely left the village after the destruction of their houses in the Turkish aggression on the area, noting that there is a limited displacement movement in al-Darbasiyah city, north of the province.

Allouk Water Plant

In a relevant development, the Turkish-affiliated groups continue targeting the Allouk water plant in Ras al-Ain, Hassakeh, which leads to the delay in the pumping of water to the locals in Hassakeh city and the surrounding neighbourhoods and an increase in days of water rationing, that reached 6 days.

The plant is exposed to large attacks by the mercenaries of the Turkish occupation as they targeted the electricity lines feeding the Water Plant which causes repeated power cut off, thus the water cut.


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