Civilian Casualties

Civilian Casualties

Incident Code

TI068

Incident date

September 2, 2021

Location

قرية سيدان, Sidan village, Dohuk, Iraq

Airwars assessment

Between two and three civilians were injured in alleged Turkish strikes on Sidan village on September 2, 2021.

Amedi Mayor Warshin Salman told BasNews that two civilians were wounded in Turkish fighter jets and ground artillery bombardment of Sidan village. At the time of reporting, both of the wounded civilians were in a stable health condition.

A security source told Mawazine News that the Turkish bombing resulted in the injury of three civilians.

Alyaum TV reported that two civilians, Haji Abdullah, aged fifty-five, and Saber Omar, forty-five, were wounded in the strikes. Xeber24 added that both Haji and Saber were injured on their farms and were transferred to the city’s hospital for treatment.

All of the sources that reported on the incident attributed the strikes to Turkey.

The local time of the incident is unknown.

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    Unknown
  • Civilians reported injured
    2–3
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Turkish Armed Forces
  • Suspected target
    Other

Sources (6) [ collapse]

Turkish Armed Forces Assessment:

  • Suspected belligerent
    Turkish Armed Forces
  • Turkish Armed Forces position on incident
    Not yet assessed

Summary

  • Strike status
    Likely strike
  • Strike type
    Airstrike and/or Artillery
  • Civilian harm reported
    Yes
  • Civilians reported killed
    Unknown
  • Civilians reported injured
    2–3
  • Airwars civilian harm grading
    Fair
    Reported by two or more credible sources, with likely or confirmed near actions by a belligerent.
  • Suspected attacker
    Turkish Armed Forces
  • Suspected target
    Other

Sources (6) [ collapse]