Asayish of PYD continue the compulsory recruitment campaign with the participation of the military police

Asayish of PYD continue the compulsory recruitment campaign with the participation of the military police

Sep 23 2018

ARK News: For the second week, the Asayish of Democratic Union Party (PYD), and with the participation of the military police, continue the campaign of arrests, targeting young people to bring them for their forced recruitment.
Local sources from several Kurdish cities reported that the military police participate with Asayish in the campaign of arrests, pointing out that military patrols roam the streets, residential neighborhoods, and are also stationed in front of secondary schools, arresting who are wanted according to the law issued by the administration of the Democratic Union, and bring out them directly to forced conscription camps.

The sources pointed out that the officials for forced recruitment released deferred young men, children under the age of conscription, and the alone of their parents.

Asayish are carrying out a large campaign at security checkpoints, in addition to the spread of patrols within cities and towns,

The sources confirmed the arrest of dozens of young people during the campaign, pointing out that the campaign caused traffic jams in the centers of towns and cities, and at the checkpoints, indicating the reluctance of young people to be in the market, and prefer to stay in homes.

In the same context, according to opposition sites, and other loyal to the Assad regime that the areas under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces ( SDF) in the cities of Raqqa and Tabqa, Deir al-Zour and al-Shaddadi, are witnessing large campaigns for recruit young people

Asayish patrols in the city of Dirk raided the Newroz refugee camp for the Kurdish Yazidis from Kurdistan Region last week and arrested a number of young people, where their opponents demonstrated against the campaign.

The implementation of the compulsory recruitment law issued by the Democratic Unionist Party led to the departure of thousands of young Kurds to Kurdistan Region and European countries.
It is noteworthy that the law of compulsory recruitment faces widespread popular and political rejection of the masses and the Kurdish national political movement.