William Robak visits correspondent Hawar Clistan and says: “We will bring the matter to the concerned parties.”
William Rubak said during his visit to correspondent Kulstan Mohammed, who was shot by snipers of the Turkish occupation army that they know the importance of the media and its role in stopping the wars, pointing out that it will convey the truth to the concerned parties.
The head of the International Coalition for Fighting against Da’ash in Syria, William Robak, reviewed the health situation of correspondent, Clistan Mohammed, at the specialized hospital in Manbaj after being hit yesterday morning in Al-Minabah neighborhood east of the city of Cree Sbei ( tal al- Abyad), while covering the situation in the neighborhood Turkish neighborhood.
Clistan has been receiving treatment in the hospital in intensive care since yesterday, while the condition of correspondent Ibrahim Ahmed, who was wounded, he and Kulstan together.
“We are well aware of the importance of the media and its role in stopping wars, and we will bring the matter to the attention of the concerned parties,” he said.
Turkey has targeted a number of villages in the provinces of Kubani and Cree Sbei since 28 October and until yesterday. The last attack resulted in the injury of our correspondents.
The six-year-old girl, Sara Refaat Mustafa, was also shot by a sniper in her village of Tel Fender west of Tel Aviv on her return from school.
Turkish targeting over the last few days has resulted in the deaths of two self-defense fighters, one in Kubani and the other in Cree Sabi / Tal al-Abyad.