Massive Turkish bombardment | Regime posts and nearly 25 villages and towns in Al-Qamishili countryside come under shelling • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Massive Turkish bombardment | Regime posts and nearly 25 villages and towns in Al-Qamishili countryside come under shelling

Al-Hasakah province: SOHR activists have reported military escalation by Turkish forces in Al-Qamishli countryside and border area with Turkey.

Turkish forces have shelled 24 villages and towns in the area. The shelling hit houses in the villages of Sikirka and Tel Ziwan in Al-Qamishli, leaving a number of civilians, including children, injured in Sikirka village.

Turkish forces have also fired mortar shells on the silos of Qanat Al-Suwayis neighbourhood north-east of Al-Qamishli, Al-Qahtaniyah “Terbasbiyah” east Al-Qamishli and the villages of Shalhumiyah, Kardim, Kayl Hasnak and Tel Jahan.

Turkish shelling has also rained down on Al-Qarmanah village in Darbasiyah district, the villages of Mahkan and Mulla Abbas, inhabited by Christians, and the villages of Jarnak, Shurki, Tel Hamdoun and Khanki in Amuda district.

It is worth noting that those areas that came under Turkish bombardment are located near the border with Turkey.

This morning, SOHR activists reported a new Turkish drone on areas controlled by the “Autonomous Administration in northern and north-eastern Syria, AANES, when two Turkish drone strikes hit the vicinity of the United Nations “COVID” hospital in the vicinity of Qamishli city in Al-Hasakah province.

A turkish drone attack left four unidentified people dead, amid reports of more casualties.

It is worth noting that the area hit by Turkish drone host a market, civilian homes and a fuel station.