Turkish Army Continues Shelling Kurds in Syria
The Turkish army’s artillery units shelled the positions of the Kurdish Forces near the city of al-Qamishli near the border with Turkey in Northern Hasaka province.
The Kurdish community has longed been warning that the Turkish artillery is providing support for the ISIL terrorists.
“More than 10 people, mostly women and children, have been killed over the past day. A group of up to 100 gunmen trespassed from Turkey into Syria near the city of Raqqah,” Farkhat Patiyev, chairman of the Council of the Federal National-Cultural Autonomy said.
“They were supported by artillery fire from Turkey. By morning on February 28, Kurdish self-defense forces managed to drive the gunmen from the town of Tal Abyadh. However, the ban on movement is still in place for civilians for security reasons. Combat operations are not over,” he added.