Horrific: Female Kurdish politician raped and stoned to death by Turkey-proxy jihadists

Horrific: Female Kurdish politician raped and stoned to death by Turkey-proxy jihadists

Hervin Khalaf, a female Kurdish politician, was raped and stoned to death yesterday by Turkish soldiers and their Muslim jihadist allies.

⚠️ Warning, this is a graphic video.

Independent Kurdish journalist Botin Kurdistani tweeted the gory visuals of dead Hervin Khalaf, who was killed yesterday.

“Kurdish Human rights activist and the secretary-general of the Future Syria Party, Ms. Hervin_Khalaf, has been raped and then stoned to death by Turkey-backed Jihadists near Hasakah during Turkey’s ethnic cleansing operation against Kurds in Syria”, she twitted.

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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Turkey-backed terrorists had killed a total of nine civilians in an ambush on the road, including Hervin Khalaf, secretary-general of the Future Syria Party.

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Khalaf had been returning from a meeting in Hasaka at the time of the attack in which her driver and an aide were also killed.

Party officials including Khalaf have had contacts with U.S. officials since it was founded in 2018.

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Horrible videos emerged earlier this week from northern Syria of Turkey-proxy Muslim terrorists executing SDF Kurdish soldiers who fought alongside US troops in the battle against ISIS.

Earlier on Monday, France said it was taking measures to ensure the safety of its military and civilian personnel in northeastern Syria as the US begins to withdraw 1,000 troops from the area and Syria’s Kurds, abandoned, betrayed and facing a possible genocide, are battling to hold off a Turkish invasion.

“They trusted us and we broke that trust,” one U.S. Army officer who fought alongside the Kurds in northern Syria said last week “It’s a stain on the American conscience.”

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned Turkey’s invasion of the Kurdish areas in Syria and said that Israel is prepared to extend humanitarian assistance to the Kurdish people.

“Israel strongly condemns the Turkish invasion of the Kurdish areas in Syria and warns against the ethnic cleansing of the Kurds by Turkey and its proxies. Israel is prepared to extend humanitarian assistance to the gallant Kurdish people,” Netanyahu said in a statement.