Occupation forces attack a village of Til Temir

Turkish genocidal campaign seeking to invade North and East Syria has continued since October 9.

The invading Turkish army and allied mercenaries have attacked the village of Um el-Xêr in Til Temir (Tal Tamr) Tuesday evening.

Fighters of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) responded to the attack.

During the ongoing military offensive seeking to invade North and East Syria, which was launched on October 9, Turkish state forces and allied mercenaries have been heavily attacking the area of Til Temir (Tal Tamr) in the Khabour region, inhabited by the Syriac, Assyrian and Christian community.

The villages around Til Temir and the small town of Ain Issa on the strategically important M4 highway are the focus of the invasion troops. The region lies outside the targeted "safe zone", a thirty-kilometer-deep strip on the Turkish border, and is being attacked unabated. The Til Temir district consists of 180 villages and is crossed by the M4 highway, an important target for invading troops, located between Kobane and Ain Issa.

The region has become one of the most severely attacked targets in Northern Syria during recent weeks. Turkey's attacks are aimed at expanding the occupied zone to the south and taking control of the strategically important M4 highway.