SDF: Turkish occupation killing civilians, trying to expand its occupation

The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said that two civilians martyred by Turkish drone bombing their car in Ain Issa countryside, adding that the Turkish occupation aims during its attacks to expand its occupying area.

The Media Center of the SDF issued a statement about the outcome of the combat operations of the 43rd day of the Resistance of the Dignity.

The statement included:

“The Turkish invasion army and its terrorist factions are still continuing their land and aerial attacks with the aim to expand the occupying area. 

Abo Racine

The Turkish invasion army and its terrorist factions attacked with the support of the drones, cannons and tanks the villages of Tel Mohammed, Om Oshba and Bab al-Khair.

Tel Tamr

The Turkish invasion army and its terrorist factions attacked fiercely with the support of the drones and the heavy weapons the villages of Munakh and Rashidiya. In the response of the Syriac Military Council, many Turkish soldiers were killed and wounded, but their number remained anonymous.

After the bombardment of the Turkish invasion army and its terrorist factions of Serêkaniyê city with missiles and shells, an old shell of their remnants blasted at them, killing 8 soldiers and mercenaries.

Ain Issa

The Turkish invasion army attacked with heavy weapons, artillery, tanks and drones the villages of Musheirfa, Salib, the wheat silos of Qezali and Sherkrak and the international road M4. In response of our forces, at least 7 mercenaries and soldiers were killed and another number got injured.

The drones also bombed a civilian car, martyring two civilians and wounding three others.

In this attack, and during clashes erupted with the Syriac Military Council in addition to blasting a shell of their remnants at them, 15 soldiers and mercenaries were killed and another number got wounded.

In an aerial attack of the Turkish army, two of our fighters and two civilians martyred, and four of our fighters and three civilians were injured. 

ANHA


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