Sunday, 23rd August 2020
The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue the systematic thirst practiced by Turkish Authorities against residents of the Syrian City of Al Hasakah
The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue has expressed its strong condemnation and resentment as the Turkish authorities have stopped the drinking water pump at Al Alouk station in the countryside of Al Hasakah in addition to blackmailing about one million citizens (the total of Al Hasakah residents) by the Turkish authorities.
In its statement, the Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue points out that it is the ninth time that the Turkish occupation authorities cut off water for residents of Al Hasakah which is considered a systematic thirst and slow killing of innocent citizens besides the danger of water cutting off within the outbreak of COVID-19 in those regions. The forum considers this situation by the Turkish authorities as a crime against humanity which necessitates immediate investigations by UN bodies concerned with protecting civilians and innocents in an occupied region by the Turkish army and its mercenary militias.
The Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue calls for the exit of occupation forces and their militias from Al Alouk station and allow workers to re-operate it in addition to obliging the Turkish army to assure its non-interference in the operation of the water station in order to preserve lives of citizens in Al Hasakah Syrian city.