About 30 displaced families from the town of Zargan (Abu Rasin) in the northern countryside of Tal Tamr, in north-eastern Syria suffer difficult living conditions, while the Autonomous Administration is unable to receive more of them within "Washo-Kani" camp for the displaced people of Ras al-Ain and its countryside in the north of Hasakah, as the camp has been overcrowded with the IDPs.
To receive the newly internal displaced people, the Autonomous Administration has transformed Ridwan al-Baqkari School in Aziziya district into a shelter and provided them with the necessary relief assistance.
"My family and I were displaced because of the Turkish indiscriminate shelling of the town, which caused terror among children and women," said Khalil Yassin, a displaced person from the town of Abu Rasin.
Moreover, the countryside of Tal Tamr and the neighboring town of Abu Rasin have been witnessing clashes and shelling between the Syrian government forces and the Turkish-Backed armed groups, most of the shells fall indiscriminately on agricultural lands and populated villages.
Abd Muhammad al-Nahar, displaced person from the village of Aneeq al-Hawa of Ras al-Ain, said that he his village was completely destroyed by the shelling, indicating that he currently lacks the lowest necessities of life due to the lack of blankets, mattresses, food and heater in the new shelter.
The director of Ridwan al-Bakari center for sheltering the displaced, Raed Ali, told North-Press that about 30 families have recently arrived in Hasakah, fleeing the Turkish bombing on the town of Abu Rasin and its countryside, noting that this number is subject to increase as a result of continued attacks and clashes.
He added:"We received these IDPs and gave them a helping hand, yet, not at the required level, due to the difficult weather conditions and the lack of necessary supplies in the center, since most of the IDPs fled their homes under shelling without bringing their basic needs of clothing, food and blankets."
Furthermore, Ali stressed that the continued bombing will cause a humanitarian disaster as a result of the unavailability of more centers for them, calling on humanitarian organizations to provide assistance for the displaced people in light of their limited capabilities.
The Turkish military invasion in northeastern Syria on the 9th of last October, caused the displacement of more than 300,000 local civilians from their homes, in addition to the killing and wounding of dozens of civilians, according to the Human Rights Watch report.