UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS)
Mother Um Mustafa, who has lost 13 family members since the attacks of Bashar al-Assad’s regime in Syria and his supporters, on one hand struggles with cold weather in the camp where he is sheltered while on the other he dreams of sleeping again. a warm place.
The tragedy of hundreds of thousands of civilians who have migrated to the Turkish border due to Russian attacks, the Assad regime and Iranian-backed terrorists is still continuing.
At least 65 families sheltered in the Maarbun region north of Idlib live in misery in makeshift tents.
In the region where winter is difficult, most of the tents are without stoves and in mud.
Families who continue to wait desperately are hoping to end the attacks and return home.
Um Mustafa from the Idlib Chain region in a statement to Anadolu Agency (AA), said they were forced to flee their homes because of the assaults of the Assad regime and Russia on Ma’arrat al-Nu’man.
“During the bombing we left the city. 5-6 planes were attacking at the same time. As we left the city targeted the people on the streets as well. We took refuge here. not even help, ”she said.
She further pointing out that the rainwater was flowing from the tents said that two families were forced to stay in one tent.
Um Mustafa said the nights where the nights are sheltered are very cold, so they use whatever they find for heat.
“We got out of the house without getting anything. I came out of our house crying. I cried all the way.
Um Mustafa said that 13 members of her family have fallen martyrs, two boys, two sisters and their children.
“The sound of the plane reminds me of the lost children, my land and my pains. May Allah guide us to the light,” said Um Mustafa after hearing the voices of the aircraft during the recording.
She said with 7,000 Syrian liras (about 5 euros) in her hands that they are in despair and demanding that the attacks be ended to return to their homes.
The situation in Idlib
During the May 2017 meeting of Turkey, Russia and Iran in Astana, Kazakhstan, Idlib was declared a de-escalation zone, including some surrounding areas, where acts of aggression would be banned.
Turkey and Russia reached an additional agreement in September last year in Sochi in the wake of the Syrian regime’s ceasefire violation.
However, regime forces with the help of supporters have continued their attacks despite the deal. Since that date, over 1,600 civilians have lost their lives as a result of the attacks.
Russia, the regime and its backing terrorists targeting the Idlib have, since the beginning of 2019, caused the migration of some 1.3 million civilians near the border with Turkey.
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