Attacks against villages of Til Temir continue
The areas targeted by the Turkish state in Til Temir region are mainly populated by Assyrians and Syriacs.
The Turkish state has been heavily shelling the villages in Til Temir region of northern Syria for the past few days.
The villages of Dawudiya and Erisha were targeted by artillery attacks in the early morning hours today.
The villages targeted by the Turkish state in Til Temir region are mainly populated by Assyrians and Syriacs.
The occupation forces invaded the villages of Qasimiye, Rihaniye ve Reshidiye and the hamlets of Rimone, Danyal, Gego, Yelda, Tuma and Hebîb Qerezîan at 3m Wednesday night and forced the residents to leave their homes.
The Turkish state has been carrying out invasion attacks against northern Syria since October 9 together with the ISIS and al-Nusra gangs it has organised. While many areas were invaded following Turkey’s agreements with the US and Russia, hundreds of civilians were massacred and hundreds of thousands displaced as a result of continued attacks.
Grave war crimes including mass executions have been committed in the region, which was also reported by international organizations. The Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria denounced use of banned weapons such as white phosphorus.