Condemning Turkish attacks on Ain Issa area | Residents demonstrate in in Tamer town in Hasakeh countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Condemning Turkish attacks on Ain Issa area | Residents demonstrate in in Tamer town in Hasakeh countryside

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has monitored residents in the town of Tamer in Al-Hasakah countryside, staging a mass demonstration, condemning the military escalation in the area of Ain Issa, including shelling and daily clashes and Turkish threats to carry out a military operation. The demonstrators will walk from Tal Tamer towards al-Hasaka and then to the town of Al-Malkiya “Derek” through the city of al-Qamishli.

Yesterday, Syrian Observatory activists monitored residents of Manbij city in the north-eastern Aleppo participating in a mass demonstration, denouncing the unprecedented military escalation by Turkish forces and their proxies on Ain Issa town and countryside in the north of Al-Raqqah, amid Russia’s indifference. It is worth noting that the demonstration comes with the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic in areas under the control of the Autonomous Administration and the whole Syrian geography, which triggered popular discontent.

SOHR activists monitored in the same day residents staging a new sit-in in front of the Russian military base in Ain Issa in north Al-Raqqah countryside, condemning Russia’s inaction towards the recent military escalation on the area, including daily shelling and clashes, as well as Turkey’s ongoing endeavours to launch a large-scale military operation in the region.

On December 18, Observatory activists monitored the remaining residents of Ain Issa town demonstrating in front of the Russian base in the town in northern Al-Raqqah, condemning the Turkish military escalation and Russia’s inaction and indifference towards the recent escalation on their areas.

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