Member of the Political Committee of the Syrian Opposition Coalition (SOC), Muhammad Qaddah, has strongly condemned the ongoing abduction of minors by the PYD terrorist militia, as well as their forced recruitment into its ranks.
In a press statement, Qaddah asserted that despite the PYD militia’s claims to have ceased recruiting child soldiers, they persist in committing violations. This includes depriving children of completing their education, dispatching them to military camps, and subjecting them to both military and ideological training.
Qaddah underscored the urgent need for decisive actions against the PYD terrorist militia, which has imposed a distinctive situation in northeastern Syria. He highlighted its contribution to the creation of a crisis leading to new waves of refugees from Syria.
According to the ARK News website, the PYD militia recently abducted Samira Ali Moro, an underage girl born on January 15, 2010, just two days ago in the village of Bir Jarud, situated in the countryside of Ayn al-Arab. The report indicates that the girl’s family sought information about her whereabouts from the PYD militia, who confirmed her presence in one of the recruitment camps in the city of Al-Hasakah.
(Source: SOC’s Media Department)