Salah al-Din Council: The fires devoured 1200 dunums of wheat fields
The local administration in Salah al-Din revealed that the area of land affected by fire in the province to about 1200 acres, indicating that the actors took advantage of the curfew in some rural areas.
A member of the provincial council Khalid Hassan said in a press statement: "The fires of Salah al-Din left a humanitarian disaster and tragedy, which should stand up and address and accountability of the defaulters."
Hassan added: "The province used to each year to get fires due to a certain spark or unintended electrical contact, but the fires this year have seen another dangerous trend, because there are parties behind them."
He explained: "The area cultivated in Salah al-Din grains of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] barley, about one million and 600 thousand acres, and that the land affected by the fires amounted to about 1200 acres, a large area."
He said that the reason for the difficulty of reaching the actors is that the incidents occurred at night, at a time when many rural areas of the province are under curfew, and this is what the actors have exploited. "
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