Yazidi child killed in Hama battles?! 

The so-called "Army of Ali Bin Abi Talib"(Jaish Ali Ben Abi Talib) of the mercenaries of Haiet Tahrir al-Sham "Jabhat al-Nusra" supported by Turkey announced the "killing" of Yazidi child who was kidnapped by mercenaries of Daesh from Shangal, in battles with the regime forces in the northern Hama.

On 3 August 2014, Daesh mercenaries launched an attack on the Shangal district of Başûr Kurdistan, massacring the Yezidi Kurds there, kidnapping and selling thousands of Iraqi children and women, and engaging children in their battles and training them to carry out suicide attacks.

But it seems that the mercenaries are now in Hama, but under another name under the supervision of Turkey, the so-called "Army of Ali Bin Abi Talib" backed by Turkey, announced today that the child who was named," Abu Bakr al-Sanjari", 11 years old, from Shangal district was killed in battles with the forces of the Syrian regime in the northern Hama countryside."

The video showed the training of Yazidi children in the camps of the so-called "Ashbal al-Khilafa" of mercenaries where two brothers of Shangal, the mercenaries named :Asad 12 years old and Amjad 13-year-old are heading to blow themselves up in an Iraqi army convoy in Mosul in December 2- 2017.

On October 1, 2017, our agency(ANHA) conducted an interview entitled "Marwan al-Yazidi". It was with the Yazidi child, Marwan Qassem Jardu, who was trained by mercenaries. He was trained by mercenaries to carry out suicide operations. The Syrian Democratic Forces managed to liberate him and deliver him to his family.

During its numerous campaigns to liberate the northern and eastern regions of Syria, SDF supported the liberation of hundreds of Yazidi children and women and worked to send them to their families in Shangal through the Yazidi House in al-Jazeera region and Shangal Council.

The question is, how did the this child (al-Sanjari) reach Hama? Are there more Yazidis there participating in the battles with the mercenaries groups of Turkey?


Other news