Resentment and tension in Jarabulus after the kill of citizen by a fighter of "Euphrates Shield" • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights
The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Resentment and tension in Jarabulus after the kill of citizen by a fighter of “Euphrates Shield”

Tension still prevails in Jarabulus city in the northeast of Aleppo province at the western banks of Euphrates River, which is controlled by the “Euphrates Shield” forces since the 24th of August 2016, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights was aware that the tension came after a fighter of the rebel and Islamic factions of the “Euphrates Shield” operation backed by Turkish forces and warplanes killed a young man in Jarabulus city, after altercation that was stepped up between the young man and the fighter, and that is when the fighter shot, which killed the young man and wounded one of his children, local sources said that the demonstrations were carried out during the past 24 hours demanding the factions of “Euphrates Shield” to get out of the city and handed it over to civil committees and councils to run, citizens set fire to tires and blocked roads within the city in an expression of protest against the killing incident for one of the sons of the city, also SOHR received information reported that the factions have an intention to get out of the city towards its surroundings, and leave a police force to run the security matters in the city.