ISIS and the Coalition Forces Jointly Attack the Village in Syria, Coalition Forces Admit to Have Used White Phosphorous in Raqqah

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July 4th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Al Mayadeen –  – translated by Samer Hussein –       

At least nine Syrian civilians were killed, after jets of the so-called US-led “anti-ISIS” international coalition attacked the residential area in Kishik Zyyanat village, located 15 km south of the town of Al Shadadi, in the southern countryside of the northeastern Syrian province of Hasakeh.

According to local sources, all of the people killed were members of Al Ahmadi family.

The dead reportedly include women and children as well. Some other people were also injured, in addition to causing massive material damage.

In conjunction, ISIS terrorists kept shelling the village, causing several casualties.

Last week, more than 90 people were killed in 3 attacks, carried out by the coalition forces jets that targeted residential areas in the towns of Dablan and Mayadeen, located in the eastern countryside of the eastern Syrian province of Deir Ez Zour.

Meanwhile, the US-led anti-ISIS coalition, finally admitted to have used the bombs, containing the internationally prohibited white phosphorus, during the raids on the western outskirts of the city of Raqqah on June 9th and which claimed the lives of 19 civilians. 

According to the coalition spokesperson, the prohibited materials were used as a set of “rational and prudent measures, in order to discover the presence of ISIS”, adding the quantities of the phosphorous munitions used were set to their lowest levels, in order not to harm the civilian population and cause damage to the infrastructure.

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