5 injured as invaders open fire on civilians in Manbij
Following a case of sexual harassment by Turkish militiamen, a riot broke out in a village near Manbij. The people set fire to a military checkpoint and the Islamists reacted by shooting into the crowd.
In the village of Toxaza Mezin, northeast of the Manbij city in northern Syria, an uprising has broken out against the Turkish Jihadist occupation forces. The background is said to be the sexual harassment of a woman by militia members.
During the protest, the angry villagers set fire to a military checkpoint set up by the invading forces. The invading troops reacted by shooting into the crowd. According to available information at least five civilians were injured, including a woman and a child. Meanwhile the cultivated areas of the village were set on fire by the occupation troops through targeted artillery fire.