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A report prepared by the Association of Human Rights and Solidarity for Oppressed Peoples (Mazlumder) about a curfew that had been in place for 12 days in the southeastern town of Silvan has said civilians were targeted with real weapons during the curfew, Todayand’s Zaman reported on Wednesday.
The report, which was released on Tuesday, said Mazlumderand’s inspections, as well as witness reports, revealed that the operations carried out in the district threatened civiliansand’ security of life and property and that security forces targeted civilians with real weapons. and”In contrary to authoritiesand’ claims that no civilians suffered damage during the curfew, we have found that many civilians suffered damage and some were even killed during the curfew,and” the report said. The report said houses, workplaces and civiliansand’ cars were damaged by security forces, who forcefully entered some houses and searched and damaged them.
Mazlumder said security forces went beyond the law and violated civiliansand’ right to life during the curfew.
Intense combat that began on Nov. 3 between security forces and the Patriotic Revolutionist Youth Movement (YDG-H) — an affiliate of terrorist organization the Kurdistan Workersand’ Party (PKK) — forced hundreds of families to flee their homes in the curfew zone. This latest curfew was the sixth time Silvan has been effectively paralyzed in the past three months, and it is not expected to be the last.


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