Iraqi official: PKK terrorist uses Sinjar as a crossing point to Syria

The Director of Immigration, Displacement and Crisis Response in Dohuk Governorate, Dayan Jaafar, said that the terrorist PKK organization dug tunnels in the Sinjar district of Nineveh Governorate, where it continues to kidnap children and forcibly recruit them to fight in its ranks.

An Iraqi official revealed that the terrorist PKK organization dug tunnels in the Sinjar district of Nineveh Governorate, kidnapped children, and used the district as a crossing point to Syria.

Dayan Jaafar, Director of Immigration, Displacement and Crisis Response in Dohuk Governorate, said that the displaced from Sinjar say they cannot return to their homes as long as illegal forces are present there, referring to the PKK terrorist organization.

Jaafar stressed, in an interview with Anatolia, that the organization kidnaps children and forcibly recruits them to fight in its ranks, and that families are reviewing the authorities to save their children from the grip of terrorists.

He pointed out that the families are afraid to speak up because the organization is threatening them with death.
Iraqi official: PKK terrorist uses Sinjar as a crossing point to Syria The Director of Immigration, Displacement and Crisis Response in Dohuk Governorate, Dayan Jaafar, said that the terrorist PKK organization dug tunnels in the Sinjar district of Nineveh Governorate, where it continues to kidnap children and forcibly recruit them to fight in its ranks.  An Iraqi official revealed that the terrorist PKK organization dug tunnels in the Sinjar district of Nineveh Governorate, kidnapped children, and used the district as a crossing point to Syria.  Dayan Jaafar, Director of Immigration, Displacement and Crisis Response in Dohuk Governorate, said that the displaced from Sinjar say they cannot return to their homes as long as illegal forces are present there, referring to the PKK terrorist organization.  Jaafar stressed, in an interview with Anatolia, that the organization kidnaps children and forcibly recruits them to fight in its ranks, and that families are reviewing the authorities to save their children from the grip of terrorists.  He pointed out that the families are afraid to speak up because the organization is threatening them with death.  He indicated that the PKK had dug tunnels all over Sinjar, and that he had seen one of them himself in the Kursi area of ​​Mount Sinjar.  He stated that the militants of the organization brought an electrician to the tunnel to deliver the current inside, but the worker took his family and fled Sinjar and sought refuge in Dohuk.  The Iraqi official added, "If he had been arrested, the organization would have killed him."  He also confirmed that the organization is establishing its headquarters among the civilian population, and is using the Sinjar border as a transit point to transport its militants to Syria, Qandil and other areas.  He continued, "In 2017, while we were distributing aid to the displaced in Mount Sinjar, the organization brought a bus full of its militants from Hasaka (northeastern Syria) and ordered them to target us."  He pointed out that the terrorist PKK ordered armed men to burn the directorate's offices, and that he was detained several times in Sinjar by the organization.  And he indicated that the organization prevents the "Kurdistan Democratic Party" from operating in Sinjar, and moves in the judiciary in coordination with the Popular Mobilization factions.


He indicated that the PKK had dug tunnels all over Sinjar, and that he had seen one of them himself in the Kursi area of ​​Mount Sinjar.

He stated that the militants of the organization brought an electrician to the tunnel to deliver the current inside, but the worker took his family and fled Sinjar and sought refuge in Dohuk.

The Iraqi official added, "If he had been arrested, the organization would have killed him."

He also confirmed that the organization is establishing its headquarters among the civilian population, and is using the Sinjar border as a transit point to transport its militants to Syria, Qandil and other areas.

He continued, "In 2017, while we were distributing aid to the displaced in Mount Sinjar, the organization brought a bus full of its militants from Hasaka (northeastern Syria) and ordered them to target us."

He pointed out that the terrorist PKK ordered armed men to burn the directorate's offices, and that he was detained several times in Sinjar by the organization.

And he indicated that the organization prevents the "Kurdistan Democratic Party" from operating in Sinjar, and moves in the judiciary in coordination with the Popular Mobilization factions.
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