After terrorists attacked the house overnight, Sabri Fahri and Baver Molla Ahmet, who worked in enemy media, were kidnapped.
The YPG / PKK terrorist group has kidnapped two journalists working in the media with connections to Syrian rival Kurdish groups.
YPG / PKK terrorists attacked Sabri Fahri and Baver Molla Ahmet’s homes in the city of Qamishli in northeastern Syria overnight, local sources said on Sunday in anonymous terms.
Journalists were reportedly taken to unknown places by terrorists.
According to sources, the order to detain the two journalists was issued by Mahmut Ris, a member of the PKK terrorist group in the Candiru Mountains in northern Iraq.
The two journalists work at ARK News outlets based in Erbil, northern Iraq. This outlet is associated with the Kurdish National Council, a hostile Syrian Kurdish political party.
On Saturday, the PKK terrorist group banned Kurdish Ludo television in areas under the control of northeastern Syria.
More terrorists than Turkey’s “neutralization”
During more than 35 years of terrorist campaigns against Turkey, the PKK is responsible for at least 40,000 deaths, including women, children and toddlers.
Terrorist groups are listed as terrorist organizations by Turkey, the United States, and the EU.
Meanwhile, Turkish troops have “neutralized” eight YPG / PKK terrorists in northern Syria, the Defense Ministry said on Sunday.
The ministry said on Twitter that terrorists were targeted while preparing to carry out attacks in the Operations Peace Spring Zone and the Euphrates Shield Zone.
Turkish authorities use the term “neutralization” to mean that the terrorist in question has surrendered, was killed or captured.
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