Four-year-old injured by Turkish attack in critical condition
Twelve people were injured, some seriously, in yesterday's attacks by Turkish occupation forces on villages in northern Syria. One civilian was killed and four-year-old Abdo is in critical condition after his leg was amputated.
Yesterday's attacks by Turkish occupation forces on villages in northern Syria left twelve people injured, some seriously, including several children. One civilian was killed and four-year-old Abdo is in critical condition after his leg was amputated.
Twelve people were seriously injured in the Turkish attacks on villages in the east of Kobanê on Saturday, and one civilian was killed. Four-year-old Abdo Henîfî had to have a leg amputated. His father Mistefa Henîfî said the following about the attack in the village of Qeremox: "We were sitting in front of the house and Abdo was playing in front of the door when suddenly shells hit. Two children and four women from our family were injured in the attack."
Abdo is in critical condition after his leg was amputated. Mistefa Henîfî said that his wife and her sister have been transferred to a hospital in Raqqa, and a sister-in-law is in hospital in Manbij. Other family members are being treated in Kobanê. On the internet, the hashtag #Not_a_terrorist_I_need_my_leg draws attention to the murderous actions of the NATO state Turkey.
According to the hospital in Kobanê, those injured by the Turkish attacks on Saturday are Narîn Şukirî Beşar (25), Mezlûm Bekir Teyîb (36), Cîhan Mele Osman Salih (25), Mihemed Behaedîn Elî (35), Besne Salih Henîfî (24), Şêrîn Seîd Henîfî (27), Gerîla Celal Ebdullah (36), Abdo Mistefa Henîfî (4), Yawir Îbrahîm Henîfî (1.5), Hemûd Meter Xafilî (25), Adil Kîtkanî (30) and Xalid Mistefa Beşar (5).