Ain Issa | Turkish forces and proxy factions resume shelling, setting wheat and barley fields on fire
SOHR sources say that Turkish forces and proxy factions renewed their shelling on the village of Sayda and Mighlaq and their surroundings near the “M4” road in rural Ain Issa, north of Raqqa, setting wheat and barley fields on fire. Meanwhile, fire engines are trying to prevent the spread of the fire to other areas.
Syrian Observatory sources reported earlier that Turkish forces and their proxies fired several rockets on villages under the control of SDF and regime forces nearby Ain Issa camp in the northern countryside of Al-Raqqah. The Turkish rockets pounded farmlands belonging to civilians in the area, leaving agricultural crops on fire.
Yesterday, SOHR sources reported that Turkish-backed factions targeted farmlands in Hoshan village, west of Ain Issa in northern Raqqa with artillery.
The factions also fired several light bombs over Ain Issa. These development coincide with the start of the harvest time, the time when Turkish-backed factions start burning agricultural crops deliberately.