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aina.org: ISIS Attacks YPG Security Center, Scores of Kurdish Fighters Killed

21.1.17

ISIS Attacks YPG Security Center, Scores of Kurdish Fighters Killed: [aina.org] "Daesh terrorists attacked one of our security offices in the Suwaydiya village west of Raqqa," the YPG leadership said in a statement, using another acronym for ISIS.

"Three of our fighters lost their lives in the offensive," it said. The fighters were identified as Ferhad Haji [aka Brusk Kobani], Ahmed Hisen [aka Mazlum Kobani], and Bozan Mihemed [aka Zinar Kobani]. The three fighters were from the Kurdish city of Kobane participating in the battle for Raqqa.

The same attack caused the injury of at least five YPG fighters.

"ISIS used mortar shells and heavy machine guns during the offensive, that was aimed at impeding the progress made by the US-backed forces towards Raqqa city," YPG officer Habun Osman told ARA News.


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