Attacks by invaders leave fields on fire in Ain Issa
Fires broke out in agricultural land in Ain Issa due to the attacks of the Turkish state and its mercenaries on the eastern countryside of the northern Syrian town.
Fire broke out in many agricultural lands in Ain Issa due to the attacks of the Turkish state and its mercenaries on the eastern countryside of the northern Syrian town.
On May 27, the invading Turkish state and its mercenaries targeted the agricultural lands in the village of Fatsa, which is 15 km away from the centre of Ain Issa town. As a result of the aggression, tens of hectares of barley and wheat fields were burned, according to ANHA.
The fire squad could not reach the scene due to the attacks of the invaders from their military base in the village of Şirgirakê, opposite the M4 Highway.
In the meantime, a fire broke out on Saturday as a result of Turkish bombardments on the village of Silêbê. The fire was quickly extinguished by citizens before it spread.