Video: Syrians Demonstrate in Al-Hasaka Against Turkey’s Crimes

The Syrians once again protested to denounce the criminal acts of Turkey in Syria and the silence of the international community in this regard.

As reported by the official Syrian news agency on Thursday YOU, thousands of Syrian civilians gathered in the Al-Hasaka province (northwest), to condemn Turkey’s crimes against the Syrian people, in particular the cutting off of drinking water supply to one million people.

The citizens stressed that the crimes of the Turkish Government in Syria are not limited to frequent water cuts to citizens; Rather, this country seeks to harass the Syrian people in any way to force them to abandon their homes and occupy the villages and settle their mercenaries there.

In addition, they claim that the Turkish occupation, through its coercive measures, uses water as a weapon to carry out its malicious agendas in the West Asian region at the expense of the suffering of Syrian civilians.

The protesters, too, have condemned the impassive stance of the international community before the measures of Turkey and its terrorist mercenaries in different parts of Syria such as in the cities of Ras al-Ain, Afrin and Tal Abyad, among others.

We are here to tell the world that the entire Syrian territory will return to the Syrian Government with the efforts of the Army and the support of allies and friends”Reads a statement from the protesters.

On Wednesday, the president of the Syrian Parliament, Hamuda Yusuf Sabaq, sent a letter to the United Nations (UN), asking the member countries of this body to condemn the Turkish aggression and occupation in Syrian territory and to put pressure on Ankara to put an end to its crimes against the Syrian people.

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has warned on several occasions that cutting off the supply of drinking water endangers the lives of Syrians, amid Damascus’s fight against the coronavirus pandemic, which causes the COVID-19.

For his part, Syrian President Bashar al-Asad, denouncing Turkey’s crimes against his people, has defended on multiple occasions the right of Damascus to regain control of every inch of the country from every occupying force.

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The legal battles ahead of Donald Trump

Donald Trump, the controversial presidents of the United States, must prepare to leave the White House next year, since Joe Biden, According to media projections, he won the presidential elections with more than 290 electoral votes. Although Trump has refused to acknowledge his defeat and has hired several law firms to challenge the election results in key states, many of these forms have abandoned the mission, making it clear that the election result is impossible change.

During his four years of government, Trump has been involved in a series of scandals of nepotism, influence peddling, abuse sexual and even fraud. However, once I finished his presidency and lose your immunity, Trump could face several legal battles, here we explain what it is about.

El caso Stormy Daniels

Prosecutors in Manhattan have spent a long time investigating the bribes Donald Trump allegedly paid to Stormy Daniels, a porn actress, in 2016. According to Daniels, she and Trump had an affair several years ago, when the current president was already married to Melania Trump. The payments were allegedly made by Michael Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney.


Stormy Daniels y Donald Trump – Foto: AFP

In addition, prosecutors argue that Trump falsified the value of his fortune to receive loans by the banks.

You can also read: Why could Donald Trump go to jail after losing the US elections?

Obstruction of justice

Robert Mueller was the special prosecutor in charge of supervising an investigation into the alleged intervention of Russia in the 2016 presidential election. During the investigation, Mueller discovered that Trump obstructed justice on at least 3 occasions, although the number could go up to 10.

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Robert Mueller – Photo: Carolyn Kaster / AP

Ukraine

The impeachment of Donald Trump took place in 2019. During the process it was revealed that Trump had threatened Ukraine with denying him financial support if that country did not investigate Joe Biden.

Michael Cohen’s statements

Cohen, Trump’s former personal attorney, testified against Trump. In addition, he provided legal documents showing that the President of the United States inflated the value of his wealth for your convenience.

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Michael Cohen – Foto: Timothy A. Clary/AFP

The prosecutor in charge of the case has said that he is investigating the Trump Organization, as there is the possibility of criminal conduct within the company. The prosecutor Cyrus Vance has requested a copy of the statements of taxes However, the president’s legal team has taken the case to the Supreme Court as long as the documents do not come to light.

In the end, the court agreed with the prosecutor and the court ordered Trump to turn over his tax returns. The president’s lawyers have appealed the case. Should the prosecutor finally obtain the documents, authorities could build a strong case against Donald Trump, as it would be based on evidence and not witness statements.

You can also read: Trump acknowledges on Twitter that Biden won the election, but says it was because of “fraud”

Influence peddling

According to US media, prosecutors in Washington, D.C. y Maryland They have filed lawsuits against Trump, claiming he used the presidency to benefit his personal finances. The lawsuits mention that Donald Trump allegedly accepted gifts from foreign governments.

Summer Zervos y E. Jean Carroll

Summer Zervos and E. Jean Carroll They have accused the President of the United States of having sexually assaulted them. They are currently suing Trump for defamation.

Zervos has stated that Trump groped her twice in 2007, while she was a contestant on The Apprentice.

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Summer Zervos – Photo: Kathy Willens / AP

Carroll said that the President he sexually abused her in the 1990s.

The possible presidential pardon

Now what Trump could face charges related to alleged criminal acts, some experts have pointed out that Trump could be awarded a pardon himself before leaving the presidency.

In 2018, when authorities were investigating Russia’s interference in the elections, Trump posted a message on Twitter, in which he mentioned the possibility of self-pardon: “I have every right to PARDON myself”, something that no president has done before.

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Members of the European Parliament call for an investigation into Turkey’s crimes in northern Syria – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

Sixty-eight members of the European Parliament called for the formation of a delegation to travel to northern Syria and gather information on the situation in the areas of the Autonomous Administration, now and in the past, as groups supported by Turkey have been accused to commit human rights. rapes and war crimes, according to Turkey’s European Commission civilian website.

In an open letter to the President of the European Parliament, David Sassoli, members of the European Parliament called on the Turkish government to stop its political, economic and military support to all groups involved in the systematic human rights violations documented in the United Nations report. United on Syria.

It should be noted that the United Nations Commission of Inquiry has found that mercenary groups affiliated with Turkey have committed systematic looting, sexual violence, confiscation of property, and widespread arbitrary deprivation of liberty.

The members of the European Parliament pointed out that “the victims, most of them Kurds, who fled these atrocities are currently in the regions of the Autonomous Administration of northeast Syria”, and asked Sassoli to initiate “a dialogue with the body politician from the Administration and eastern Syria, and to engage in talks with displaced people from areas under Turkish occupation. “

Members of the European Parliament said that after further investigations, the prosecution of perpetrators of rights violations and war crimes could begin within the framework of the International Criminal Court.

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