A mosque in the northern Syrian town of Ayn Issa was demolished in a Turkish airstrike on Thursday, Hawar News reported on Thursday.
The mosque in the Tirwaziyê village is the latest in a series of civilian infrastructure that Turkey’s airstrikes have targeted in an apparent effort to drive out the region’s civilian population.
The attack comes as more countries speak out against Turkey’s planned ground invasion. The international community including top officials from China, Iran, Germany, France, United States and Russia have voiced concerns and objections to further escalation following the airstrikes that began on 19 November.
Turkey’s targets in the airstrikes include medical centres, schools and power and water stations, bringing accusations of war crimes on the country.
Syrian Kurdish groups who control the region Turkey is attacking continue diplomatic efforts to prevent a ground invasion.