Kurds bomb ISIS Sharia Court, security center in Jarablus near Turkish border
KOBANE – Kurdish forces of the people’s Protection Units (YPG) hit the ISIS-held Syrian border city of Jarablus with artillery shells and mortar fire, causing losses in the group’s ranks, military sources reported on Monday.
Jarablus, located on the Syria-Turkey border, is deemed strategic for the radical group of Islamic State (ISIS) as it served for long as a passage point for foreigner jihadis who joined the ranks of ISIS.
The Kurdish forces launched the anti-ISIS attack from their headquarters in the western countryside of Kobane.
Speaking to ARA News, YPG spokesman Nuraddin Gaban said that Monday’s operation hit an ISIS security center, a Sharia Court and several military vehicles in Jarablus, killing a number of jihadis.
“We bombed several military vehicles for ISIS, a Sharia Court and a security center for the terror group. At least 21 terrorists were killed on Monday,” the source said, adding: “We have intensified our military campaign
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