المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Reacting to killing and wounding several opposition factions fighters | Turkish forces and its proxies escalate ground attacks on outskirts of Autonomous Administration capital

 

Raqqa province: SOHR activists have reported heavy rocket strikes by the Turkish forces and its proxies on areas in Fatsah and al-Debish neighborhood in Ain Essa town in north al-Raqqa and other places at the international M4 which left wounded people.

The attacks have targeted vehicles while crossing the international road in reaction to the casualties in line of the opposition factions during a filed infiltration attempt in the early hours of Wednesday on Debs village in west Ain Essa. SOHR activists couldn’t verify number of the deaths till the moment.

Earlier in the day, SOHR activists reported the infiltration of members of Ankara-backed factions in the early hours of Wednesday into Debs village in west Ain Essa countryside that is under control of the SDF.

The factions’ members looted dozens of sheep and cattle and killed the owner of the animal after kidnapping him with his animals and then shot him dead and threw his body in the street. The attack also wounded parents of the victim and violent clashes erupted between the factions’ members and SDF. But, no casualties were reported at both sides.

Yesterday, Syrian Observatory activists reported rocket attacks by Turkish forces on positions in the SDF-held village of al-Dabas in the western countryside of Ain Essa in the northern countryside of al-Raqqah. However, no casualties have been reported.

It is worth noting that Ain Essa is the “capital of Autonomous Administration” in north-east Syria region.

On September 17, SOHR activists documented the death of four persons, including a boy under the age of eighteen, due to Turkish rocket attacks, while digging tunnels for Syria Democratic Forces in Dabas village in Ain Issa countryside, the “capital of Autonomous Administration” in north-east Syria region. The attacks also left several people wounded.

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