AFAD camp sheltering Êzîdîs evacuated and occupied by Turkish forces
Turkish security forces have today forcibly evacuated the AFAD camp sheltering Êzîdîs in Nusaybin district of Mardin.
The state-run camp of AFAD (Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency) sheltering Êzîdîs in Nusaybin district of Mardin has been turned into a military headquarters.
Turkish security forces have today forcibly evacuated the AFAD camp which was built to shelter Êzîdî groups who migrated from Shengal after the beginning of ISIS attacks almost two years ago.
While the Êzîdî people were sent to another camp in Midyat district, special operation police have turned the refugee camp into a military headquarters.
Turkish army has sent reinforcements to the AFAD camp, 5 km to Nusaybin town, throughout the day in what seems to be preparation for a new wave of attacks.
Nusaybin has been through a curfew six times during the recent months when Turkish military and police forces have intensified their attacks against the neighborhoods where people declared self-rule in response to the never-ending repression and atrocity of the state.