Dozens of civilians were killed and injured in yet new terrorist attack that rocked the town of Tel Abyad in rural Raqqa on Saturday, with activists pointing the finger at the PYD terrorist militia as standing behind this “heinous crime.”
Local activists reported that a car bomb exploded in Al-Sinaa’a district in central Tel Abyad, causing dozens of casualties among civilians.
The bombing is one of a string of terrorist bombings that hit the region following the retreat of the PYD terrorist militia who are known to resort to this criminal tactic to destabilize the liberated areas.
Secretary-General of the Syrian National Coalition, Abdul Basit Abdul Latif, strongly condemned the crime, noting that it was aimed at the destabilization of the security and stability in the region. He pointed out that these attacks resemble the terrorist attacks that ISIS carried out against safe civilians.
Abdul Latif called on the international community and major actors to stand against these terrorist attacks which mainly target civilians, to explicitly condemn them, and to hold accountable the party that has become known to everyone and is carrying out terrorist attacks against civilians in the liberated areas. (Source: Syrian National Coalition’s Media Department)