Syrian dreams of returning daughter stolen by US terrorists PKK/YPG

Fourteen -year -old daughter Syrian, Light Remo, was abducted by the militants of the US terrorist organization PKK/YPG.

The desperate mother is struggling to reunite with her child. “I want to get news of my daughter,” Remo said in an interview with an ANADOLE agency correspondent.

According to the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CPR of the UN) and other international laws, the use of children for terrorist purposes is classified as “crimes against humanity.”

The terrorist organization of the RSC/YPG systematically kidnaps in the occupied areas of Syria, forcibly returns them to their ranks as militants.

One of the victims of this inhuman practice was Ayia Muhammad Hamam, born in December 2010.

The girl was abducted by terrorists on March 2, 2024, when she was heading to school in the Münbich area in Aleppo. Since that time, Lightly, nothing is known about her child.

According to Remo, at the time of abduction, her daughter studied in the 8th grade. The woman asked Ai’s classmates, trying to clarify her fate. They informed the woman that her daughter is in the hands of the youth wing of the RKK, known as the “patriotic revolutionary youth movement.”

The girl’s mother said that she also addressed the groups operating in the region related to the Red Army Terrorists, but did not receive an answer. “They all denied, saying that” your daughter is not here. “

According to the thin, her abducted daughter was the youngest child in the family. “We simply cannot live without her. My husband and I are very bad from this. Who took her? Where did they take her? I want to know. I just want news from her. They (PKK/YPG-ed.) Suppose they support that they support women’s rights, but actually hurt us, ”says the woman.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that since 1984, when the militants of the RSC for the first time had carried out a bloody crime in Turkey, and until March 2020, 7,500 security forces of Turkey and 6,800 civilians were killed at the hands of this bloody organization.

The United States and the European Union introduced PKK to the lists of terrorist organizations.

Despite Ankara’s attempts to find ways to settle the situation, the PKK terrorist organization has resumed armed attacks since July 2015.

In recent years, PKK seeks to shift responsibility for bloody crimes in the region to its branches.

In Syria, PKK terrorists are covered by the names Pyd and YPG, and in the last two years they call themselves “Syrian democratic forces.”

In Iran, PKK acts as “Party of Free Life of Kurdistan” (pjak).