Three Saudis killed in Kobani, 1 in Iraq

Protesters clash with riot police in Ankara on Thursday to denounce Turkey’s unwillingness to intervene militarily against Islamic State forces in Kobani. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the protests are aimed at sabotaging the fragile peace process between Kurdish rebels and Ankara.

Protesters clash with riot police in Ankara on Thursday to denounce Turkey’s unwillingness to intervene militarily against Islamic State forces in Kobani. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the protests are aimed at sabotaging the fragile peace process between Kurdish rebels and Ankara.

Three Saudis of the so-called Islamic State terrorist group have been reportedly killed in the bloody fighting between the IS militants and the Kurds defending the Syrian border town of Kobani.

Another Saudi was killed in a suicide attack in Iraq.

The two incidents coincided with the tweets posted by those who sympathize with IS and fighters of the terrorist group, calling it “the martyrs day.”

The tweets named the slain militants as Rajeh Hindi Albuqami (Abu Samer Aljazrawi), Mansour Al-Osaimi (Abu Quraidah) and Waleed Awad Alrushaidi (Abu Hakeem), but their colleagues said the three men were killed in US-led coalition’s airstrikes.

IS also announced the death of Hamad Ibrahim Aldossari (Abu Azouz), a Saudi, without giving details and location of his killing, but other Iraqi news sources said he was killed in a suicide attack on a military barrier.

 
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