NEWS CENTER - Hundreds of pomegranate trees were cut down in Afrin, which is under the control of Turkey and its affiliated paramilitary groups.
Attacks against nature continue in Afrin, the northern and eastern Syrian city under the control of Turkey and its affiliated paramilitary groups. On the one hand, the demographics of the city is being changed, on the other hand, its nature is being plundered. According to the news of ANHA, 650 pomegranate trees were cut down by the Al Hemzat Brigade in Eyn Dara village of Sherawa district. It was recorded that the trees belonged to a citizen named Mihemed Elî Hemkiro in the village of Gurzêlê.