The Turkish state and its proxies have been attacking Ayn Issa (Eyn Isa) and Tell Abiad (Girê Spî) in northeast Syria intensively throughout September. They have been targetting civilian settlement areas and have caused great damage to civilian property.
Hawar News Agency (ANHA) has released the list of attacks launched in September against Ayn Issa and Tell Abiad.
According to the list, Turkish armed forces and local jihadist mercenaries acting as Turkey’s proxies have bombed the area near the M4 highway and the nearby villages of Dibis, Hoşan, Xalidiyê, Muelek, Fatise, Mişêrfê and Ebû Nêtone 80 times. They have also made attempts to infiltrate Dibis village 22 times.
Howitzers, heavy artillery, mortars and drones as well as some banned weapons have been used. Thirteen civilians have been wounded during intense bombing of the rural land. Five civilians have been killed. There is a 17-year-old child among the deceased.
The names of the deceased are as follows: Mecîd El-Ewed (35), Malik El-Muharib El-Hemîd (25), Îdan Hemed El-Umêrî (40), Xemos El-Bisêlî (17) and Hemed El-Xinês El-Cerboi (20).
Only eight of the names of the wounded have been learnt. These are: Zeyneb Mihemed Şerîf (30), Mihemed Şerfî El-Ewed (83), Mehmûd El-Fesîh (19), Yusif Mihemed Hac Hemadî (25), Turfe Mirî, Mehmûd Fayiz El-Menfî (20), Îsa Tirkî Ebas and Ehmed Fecir Şedhan (37).
The wounded were taken for treatment to the hospitals in Ayn Issa and Al-Raqqah (Reqa).
Civilian property in the villages of Xalidiyê and Hoşan suffered great damage under the intense bombardment. Paramilitary gangs also entered Dibis village and robbed the villagers.