A Kurdish girl abducted in Syria’s Amude, PYD’s forces accused

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Kurdish protesters in Amude show solidarity with the abducted minor girl. Photo: ARA News

ARA News 

Amuda, Syria – On Tuesday, an underage Kurdish girl was abducted in front of her house in the city of Amuda in Hasakah province, in northeastern Syria, and her family accused gunmen of the Democratic Union Party (PYD) of being behind the incident. 

Marwan Idi, brother of the 15-year-old girl, Hamrin Idi, said that he has searched all of the military centers of the PYD-linked Auto-Administration in the city, and stated that they assured him that the girl was not being held by them, but that they would help find her. 

On Wednesday morning, a protest was organized by members of the Kurdish Yeketi Party to support the victim’s family in the city of Amuda.

“We took to the street to show solidarity with the victim and to condemn the practices of the PYD’s armed groups, such as the kidnapping minors,” Ibrahim Asaad, a Yeketi member, told ARA News.

Marwan Idi, the victim’s brother, stated to ARA News that the abduction of his sister Hamrin in front of her house “is a crime and the perpetrators must be prosecuted, whoever they are”.

“Did the perpetrates forget that the girl was a minor and should serve her disabled mother?” he wondered.

“I will raise banners that reflect my anger and my hatred to those criminals, and the authorities of the Auto-Administration must bear their responsibility in this regard,” Idi said.

“This is not the first time my family has been exposed to such practices,” he added.

 

Reporting by: Jumana al-Sayyid

Source: ARA News

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