Four children were reportedly injured on December 3rd 2022 as a result of an unexploded ordnance, a previous Turkish shell, which exploded in the village of al-Mujaibra in the countryside of the town of Tel Tamr, north of Al-Hasakah, in Syria. The shell was reported to have hit the village that morning, but did not explode immediately.
The children were identified as Suleiman Nasr Shalo (11 years old), Badran Nasr Shello (15 years old), Ali Mahmoud Shello (11 years old) and Khaled Mahmoud Shello (13 years old).
Local sources told North Press Agency that the injured children were taken to Tal Tamr Hospital for treatment and that their health conditions were stable. ANHA English reported that ”
The child Suleiman Nasr Shalo was wounded by shrapnel in his left foot, while the child Ali Mahmoud Shalo was wounded in his left foot and right hand. The nurse in the intensive care unit, Ahmed Farhan, confirmed that their health condition is stable, and they will be discharged today from the hospital.
As for the two children, Khaled Shalo, who was wounded by shrapnel in the head, and the child Badran Shalo, who was wounded with shrapnel in the abdomen, they are subject to 48-hour medical observation”
The father of two of the children, Badran and Suleiman Shalo, said to ANHA English that “the Turkish occupation is constantly targeting the villages of North and East Syria, including the village of Al-Mujibra, and some of the shells fall and do not explode, which poses a threat to the lives of citizens.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
- Suleiman Nasr Shalo 11 years old male injured
- Badran Nasr Shalo 15 years old male brother of Suleiman injured
- Ali Mahmoud Shlo 11 years old male injured
- Khaled Mahmoud Shlo 13 years old male injured