Youth Nayef Muhammad Al-Nayef
A Syrian youth was killed in Istanbul by an armed gang
The Syrian youth, Nayef Muhammad Al-Nayef, was killed in a horrific way, on Monday, the tenth of January, after he was attacked by a youth gang inside his house in “Bayrampasha” in Istanbul.
According to the account of a friend of the victim in contact with a Syrian human rights activist, he said: “The crime occurred at night when Nayef was at home with his friends in the “Bayrampaşa” area of Istanbul
At approximately two o’clock at night, a group of eight masked Turkish and Afghan youths (and they were armed) broke into the housing and broke some of the housing facilities and smashed surveillance lenses. The group entered Nayef’s room while he was sleeping.
One of the group members who is Afhani national (his name: Abdul-Qahhar Nadiri) stabbed Nayef in the chest, who was rushed to Bayrampasha Public Hospital, but medical aid was of no use in saving his life. “
When asked about any previous disputes between the victim or anyone in the residence on the one hand and the Turks on the other, the victim’s friend replied, “There were no previous disputes or disputes between the victim and any Turkish citizen in the neighborhood or in the region, and the same applies to his fellow residents. .”
It is reported that the young Nayef is 19 years old, born in 2003 and from the village of Kafr Amim in the city of Saraqib in Idlib countryside, and he will be buried inside Syria after completing the administrative procedures related to the hospital and border crossings.
The Syrian Human Rights Committee:
- Condemns the murder case of the young Nayef Muhammad Al-Nayef and calls on the Turkish government to arrest the killer and those who helped him and to enforce the legal punishment against them.
- Condemns the waves of incitement and hatred against Syrian refugees in Turkey by opposition figures, which cause hate crimes, violence and death against them.
- Condemns the politicization of the refugee issue for partisan political interests and endangering their security and safety, ignoring their humanitarian and moral obligations towards them.