SDF arrest a person they said he is one of the members of pro-Turkey cells while trying to detonate a security center of SDF north of Al-Raqqah • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

SDF arrest a person they said he is one of the members of pro-Turkey cells while trying to detonate a security center of SDF north of Al-Raqqah

The Syrian Observatory for Human Right learned from reliable sources that the Syria Democratic Forces arrested yesterday a person they said that he is one of the members of pro-Turkey cells, while trying to detonate a security center in Ayn Issa town north of Al-Raqqah.

Sources told SOHR that the arrested person is the brother of one of the members of the pro-Turkey factions who appeared in the a video while threatening the female fighter “Jijek Kobani” of slaughtering.

Sources said that the arrested person is in direct contact with the Turkish “MiT” and sends coordinates and information.

SOHR published today, that it learned that relative calm returned to the countryside of Ayn Issa town north of al-Raqqah city, after violent clashes in the area during the past hours, were the Syria Democratic Forces were able to counter an attack by the Turkey-loyal factions on Shrekrak village area, in an attempt to control the silos with air support from the Turkish drones in addition to artillery support, where the clashes intensified yesterday evening and continued until after midnight, and the SDF were able to thwart the attempt of advancement, amid confirmed information about more casualties in the ranks of both parties, and the Syrian Observatory published yesterday evening that the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the Syria democratic Forces thwarted an attack by the pro-Turkey factions in Bab Al-Khair village in Zarkan Township.

The Turkey-loyal factions tried to infiltrate to Bab Al-Khair village of Abu Rasin Township (Zarkan) in Al-Hasakah province, but the SDF thwarted the attack and killed 4 members of these factions in addition to the injury of other.

SOHR published today evening that fierce clashes broke out between the Syria democratic forces against the Turkish forces in the area of Al-Sawami’ in Ayn Issa Township.

In an attempt by the Turkish forces and their loyal factions to control the wheat silos, drones affiliated to the Turkish forces carried out  an attack on Sharkarak Silos, accompanied by shelling by the Turkish forces targeted the silos of Sharkarak village in Ayn Issa Township.

Sources informed SOHR that the bombardment targeted one of the ambulances which were working on evacuating the injuries.

In another context, the Syrian Observatory learned that 2 members of the SDF were killed and another one was injured in the intensive shelling that targeted the area of Abu Rasin – Tal Tamr.

Hours ago, SOHR published that Turkish aircraft that are not known whether being drones or warplanes, have been still flying over the areas of Tal Tamr countryside and Abu Rasin town, and targeting the movements of the Syria Democratic Forces since yesterday evening.

And with the fall of more casualties, the death toll among the Syria Democratic Forces, military councils and internal security forces since the start of the Turkish military operation on Wednesday afternoon have risen to 297. The SOHR also documented the death of 24 members of the regime forces as a result of a missile targeting by the Turkish-backed factions on the areas of north-west of Manbij and the east of Ayn Issa town in positions of the regime forces’ deployment. Meanwhile, the number of deaths among Syrian factions loyal to Ankara and the pro-Turkey cells killed in the attacks and clashes against the SDF during the same period reached 244, including 21 of the cells loyal to Ankara killed in clashes with the SDF, in addition to 10 Turkish soldiers were killed during the battels, amid information about more dead Turks on the Turkish-Syrian border, and the number of those killed is likely to rise due to the high number of wounded, some of them in serious cases.

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