News

The victims from the “Afrin” explosion increased to 11 deaths and about 40 injuries

The death toll from the explosion that occurred in the "Afrin" area in the northern countryside of Aleppo, on Monday, led to the death of 11 people, and about 40 people were injured including children, with varying wounds.

The victims from the “Afrin” explosion increased to 11 deaths and about 40 injuries, including children

Khaled Iskef

A medical source of the “Syrian Documentation Center” said that the names of some victims have been documented and they are “Muhammad Idawi”, “Ahmed Mashkou”, “Ammar Sheikh Ahmed”, “Marwan Hajj Bakri”, “Mustafa Ramadan”, “Muhammad Zaitouni”, Ahmed Maratah, and “Ahmed Al-Omar,” in addition to 3 unidentified people.

According to the source, the number of people injured reached about 40 people, including 6 children, after a bombed car exploded during the rush hour at yesterday’s evening.

Coinciding with the return of the people to their homes at the “Kawa Al-Haddad” roundabout and the bus station, which led to this large number of victims and injured ones.

Informed sources of the “Syrian Documentation Center” confirmed that the explosion comes in the context of the security chaos in the areas controlled by the Turkish forces and the factions loyal to them.

They also pointed out that the site of the bombing is near the headquarters of the Turkish-backed “Levant Front” faction.

The sources added that the disputes between the pro-Turkey factions witnessed this type of targeting, which is likely to be the bombing of one of the factions within their internal conflicts.

As Afrin recently witnessed the arrest of a number of the administrative officials affiliated with some factions on charges of corruption as a result of gossips of the other factions against them with the Turkish intelligence.

It is noteworthy that the civilians in northern Syria are constantly paying the price of internal conflicts between Turkey’s factions, and the price of security chaos in the areas controlled by militants.

The victims from the “Afrin” explosion increased to 11 deaths and about 40 injuries, including children

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button