Young people in Kobanê take to the streets in response to Turkish attacks

Young people in the northern Syrian city of Kobanê took to the streets on Tuesday in response to the escalated bombardments by the Turkish army, vowing to resist until the end.

Since 10 a.m. local time this morning, the Turkish occupation army has been shelling the neighborhoods of Kaniya Kurdan, New Kobane and Mishtenur Hill in Kobanê city center, as well as the villages of Seftik, Boban, Kor Eli, Biyadiye, Zor Mixar, Şiyux a Jêrin and Şıyux a Jorîn.

According to the Internal Security Forces in North and East Syria, attacks on the city of Kobane resulted in the death of a 14-year-old child, and the injury of five civilians, including a woman and a child. The bombings also targeted service facilities.

In response to the increasingly ongoing attacks, dozens of young people took to the streets today and protested the brutal aggressions on civilian settlements.

Those protesting vowed to resist Turkish invasion, attacks and plans seeking to displace the local people as part of its scheme to invade the entire region in violation of international law.