According to several local media report, one woman and her two children were wounded in an alleged Turkish bombing of Kafr Shila, Syria.
Airwars researchers translated the video footage from Rumaf facebook post, which has now unfortunately been removed.
“Voice off camera asking woman: what kind of shelling was it? Was it artillery or plane?
Woman: it was artillery. We were sleeping at my brother’s house. We usually sleep there and then we go to our house in the morning and spend the day times there. In the morning I was in our home and getting breakfast ready I went to the kitchen to get a cup and I was shot in my foot and then there was artillery shelling and fire arms they were just hitting us. We were all injured. We were all civilians, they hit the civilians not the military. There is no military there.
Off camera: you mean they’re deliberately hitting the civilians
Woman: yes they demolished the civilians’ homes. They demolished half the village. There are still people there under siege we’ve spoken to them they’re still shelling the houses. There is a cave people are taking shelter in because the village is still being hit because they know there are civilians they won’t’ let anyone come out alive.”
The another video of a young injured boy was also used to document the shelling of Ashka Gharbi village, Jandrissa, Afrin where as many as two civilians were injured. It is unclear to which incident it belongs.
The incident occured at 23:00:00 local time.
- Amina Dormash 35 years old female a displaced woman from Tallada injured
- Mahoud Dormash 10 years old male wounded in Deir Balut, a displaced person from Tallaha injured
- Mustafa Dormash 10 years old male wounded in Deir Balut, a displaced person from Tallaha injured
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Reports of the incident mention the village of Kafr Shila, Aleppo (كفر شيلا), for which the generic coordinates are: 36.509722, 36.833611. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.