SDF: 18 gang members killed, clashes continue in Ain Issa
SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) made a statement regarding the attacks of the invading Turkish state and its gangs against Ain Issa, and revealed that 18 gang members, including a former ISIS emir and the leader of the gang, Ismail Aydo, were killed.
The Press Center of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) released a written statement regarding the attacks of the Turkish state and its gangs against Ain Issa that have continued since last night.
Stating that the attacks have been repulsed, the SDF Press Center unveiled that at least 18 gang members, including former ISIS emir and current gang leader Ismail El Aydo, who led the attacks, were killed and many gang members were injured.
“At around 00.30 on November 24, the invading mercenaries wanted to infiltrate the village of Malikiye in Ain Issa region. Meanwhile, the surroundings of Ain Issa and M4 highway were subjected to heavy artillery fire. Our fighters responded to the attacks on the basis of legitimate defense. The group that attempted to infiltrate was neutralized by our fighters as a result of the conflict. According to the information we have obtained, at least 18 gang members, including the former ISIS emir and current gang leader Ismail El Aydo, were killed and many others were injured. During the clash, Turkish state’s drones carried out a reconnaissance flight in the region.
Civilian settlements were damaged by artillery fire. While 4 of our fighters were injured, the clashes are continuing with heavy weapons,” said the SDF statement.