بالصور:السوريون الاكراد "يستعيدون السيطرة" على تل قرب عين العرب وتواصل الاشتباكات في عدة محاور

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2019.06.22 15:44

أفاد مصدر كردي من جبهات القتال داخل مدينة عين العرب السورية بأن الاشتباكات متواصلة على الجبهتين الشرقية والجنوبية الغربية من المدينة.

    الجيش الأمريكي يعلن إبطاء تقدم "الدولة" في عين العرب

ونقل موفدنا عن المصدر الثلاثاء 14 أكتوبر/تشرين الأول أن مجموعة من مسلحي تنظيم "الدولة الاسلامية" تسللت إلى نقطة تبعد نحو كيلومتر واحد عن مركز المدينة من الشرق، إلا أنه تم محاصرتها من قبل المقاتلين الأكراد وتجري معارك بين الجانبين في هذه اللحظات.

وأشار المصدر إلى أن المقاتلين الأكراد استعادوا مواقع لهم أمس الاثنين في الجهة الجنوبية للمدينة.

وأكد أن التنظيم فجر ست سيارات الاثنين وأن أحد التفجيرات أدى الى تدمير مستشفى المدينة في الكامل.

كما أشار الى أن قصف طيران التحالف لمواقع التنظيم لم يتوقف منذ الثالثة من فجر الثلاثاء عن استهداف مواقع وتجمعات التنظيم شرق وجنوب شرق وجنوب غرب المدينة.

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The black flag is torn down: US airstrikes help Kurdish fighters scale hill outside battle-torn town of Kobane to remove sinister ISIS flag that had flown above them for a week Islamic State militants show hastily abandoned Kurdish trenches in Kobane Comes as ISIS push the Kurdish resistance ever deeper into city centre  Despite ISIS advances, Kurdish fighters claim to have recaptured key hill Tall Shair hill-top in west Kobane was seized by ISIS militants 10 days ago News comes as Turkey contradicts U.S. officials by denying it has granted America permission to use its military bases for airstrikes on the terrorists

The sinister black flag of Islamic State was torn down from a Kobani hill today in a symbolic blow against the jihadis.

Kurdish fighters captured the strategic hill of Tel Shair and pulled down the flag that had been fluttering for more than a week.

It followed a sustained stepping up of the U.S.-led airstrikes, with locals counting more than 30 bombs dropped on jihadi positions in the past 24 hours. 

The sinister black flag of Islamic State was torn down from the Tel Shair hill in Kobani today in a symbolic blow against the jihadis; it had fluttered there for more than a week

A picture taken just over a week ago after the flag had been placed on the hillside by ISIS militants

The removal of the flag followed a sustained stepping up of the U.S.-led airstrikes, with locals counting more than 30 bombs dropped on jihadi positions in the past 24 hours

The battle for Kobani was raging today, taking place right in the town centre, just 100 yards from the border.

Muzzle flashes from rifle fire were visible from windows and rooftops as the Peshmerga defenders and IS militants exchanged fire at close range.

Fighter jets flying in pairs circled the rainy skies hunting for targets below.

But more than two weeks of airstrikes by the coalition, aimed at rolling back the militants’ gains, appear to have done little to blunt their onslaught on Kobani, which began in mid-September.

Up from under: Elsewhere today, Syrian rebels claimed to have destroyed a military base belonging to Bashar al-Assads forces after tunneling under it and planting explosives

Obliterated: The explosion happened in Maarat al-Numan city in north west Idlib province, and underscores the multiple conflicts still taking place in Syria despite the rise of ISIS

‘Over the past night there has been very intense airstrikes by the coalition that targeted several Daesh [an Arabic word for IS] positions in and near Kobane,’ said Idriss Nassan, deputy head of Kobanis foreign relations committee.

One of the airstrikes targeted the Tel Shair hill where Kurdish fighters later brought the black flag of the Islamic State group. Its fighters control more than a third of the predominantly Kurdish town.

A second hill, named Gania Kurda, has also lost its black flag, but this area is still under control of the jihadis.

The fighting has forced more than 200,000 people to flee across the border into Turkey, and killed more than 500, mostly fighters from both sides.

In the town of Suruc on the Turkish side of the border, dozens of Kurds from Kobani who are held by Turkish authorities at a sports stadium have gone on a hunger strike to protest their detention, activist Mustafa Bani said.

Nearly 200 people, including women and children, from Kobani have been held in Turkey since last week shortly after they crossed the border, he said.

Flee: Islamic State militants released the images of hastily abandoned trenches around Kobani after encircled Kurdish fighters were forced to retreat even deeper into the besieged Syrian citys centre

Scattered: The propaganda exercise was designed to present the Kurdish resistance fighters as cowards who fled their posts in such a hurry that clothing and weapons were left abandoned in and around the trenches

Recaptured: Although ISIS militants are continuing to push deeper into Kobane, Kurdish forces today managed to raise their own flag above a strategic hill that was first taken by the terrorists 10 days ago

‘Until now we dont know why we are being detained,’ he said, adding that the hunger strike, which began days ago, is to pressure Turkish authorities to explain why they are being held.

The removing of the flag, came as ISIS militants released images of hastily abandoned trenches around Kobani after encircled Kurdish fighters were forced to retreat even deeper into the besieged Syrian citys centre.

Having bravely resisted the terrorists advances into the city for the past four weeks, hundreds of massively outgunned Kurdish troops now face massacre as IS creep deeper into its suburbs.

Despite sustained American and Arab airstrikes, the black jihadist flag is now raised in areas all around Kobani, with ISIS aiming to cut off the final escape routes out of the city and tighten the noose around its centre, where hundreds of remaining Kurds face rape and slaughter. 

Latest footage: Battle of Kobane on Turkey/Syria border
 

This mornings images of hastily abandoned trenches in and around Kobane were released by ISIS militants who creep ever closer to capturing the predominantly Kurdish city in northern Syria. 

The propaganda exercise was designed to present the Kurdish resistance fighters as cowards who fled their posts in such a hurry that clothing and weapons were left scattered around the trenches. 

The reality is that despite sustained U.S. and Arab bombing raids against ISIS, the massively outgunned and outnumbered forces have been forced ever deeper into central Kobane as fighting with Islamic State militants intensifies.

Kurds fortunate enough to have escaped the fighting before ISIS cut off the final escape routes have told of witnessing unimaginable horrors inside Kobane, where militants display the mutilated severed heads of hundreds of Kurds, and where limbs and headless bodies are left to rot in the street. 

Target practice: The massively outgunned and outnumbered Kurdish forces have been forced to leave the trenches as ISIS militants push ever deeper into central Kobane

Chilling: An Islamic State fighter raises the groups black flag over the abandoned Kurdish trenches

Return: Despite the ISIS onslaught, Kurdish troops this morning recaptured the strategic Tall Shair hill outside Kobane where an ISIS flag was raised 10 days ago. This morning a Kurdish flag flew above the hill (pictured)

Death from above: A fighter plane is pictured dropping bombs on Kobane today as the U.S. and its allies try to halt the advance of ISIS troops who are on the verge of capturing the town

Militants inside Kobane (pictured today during a U.S. airstrike) are said to display the mutilated severed heads of hundreds of Kurds in the city. Limbs and headless bodies are allegedlly left to rot in the street

Clouds: Smoke rises following an airstrike by the US-led coalition in Kobane, as seen from Mursitpinar on the outskirts of Suruc, at the Turkey-Syria border

TURKEY BOMBS KURDS LIVING IN ITS OWN SOUTHERN PROVINCES AS IT DISMISSES AIRSTRIKES ON ISIS

Turkish jets bombed targets in the southeast where members of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) are based - the first strikes on the outlawed group since a 2013 ceasefire.

Turkish F-16 jets dropped bombs on PKK targets in the village of Daglica in the Kurdish-majority Hakkari province near the border with Iraq, an anonymous security source claimed.

The fierce clashes between Islamic State (IS) insurgents and Kurdish forces in the key Syrian town of Kobane have shaken Turkeys fragile peace process with the PKK, blacklisted as a terrorist organisation by Ankara and much of the international community.

Frustrated with Turkeys lack of action to stop IS advance in northern Syria, Turkeys Kurdish community has taken to streets in several cities in the southeast over the past week, with scores killed in deadly clashes. 

ISIS militants carried out three suicide bomb attacks in Kobane yesterday, during a three-pronged attack from the east  of the town, and with further clashes reported in the south.

Despite the onslaught, Kurdish troops this morning said they had retaken the strategic Tall Shair hill outside Kobane where an ISIS flag was first raised in chilling scenes 10 days ago.

The news comes as Turkey denied reports it has granted permission for U.S. and Arab warplanes to use its airbases to launch strikes against ISIS targets in neighbouring Iraq and Syria.

Yesterday U.S. officials claimed a deal had been struck for Turkey to finally play a role in the fight against the terror group, but todays impasse suggests major differences remain.

Turkey has said it wont join the fight against the extremists unless the U.S.-led coalition also goes after the Syrian government of President Bashar Assad, including establishing a no-fly zone and a buffer zone along the Turkish border. 

The U.S. is unlikely to agree to the plans as Assad has so far allowed U.S. warplanes to carry out airstrikes against ISIS in northern Syria. 

ISIS militants fighting on the streets of border town Kobane
 

Choking: Thick black smoke rises after an American airstrike on an ISIS target inside Kobane this morning

Warzone: Smoke rises after airstrikes against ISIS members in the besieged Syrian town of Kobane

Blast: An ISIS-held building in Kobane is destroyed by an American airstrike earlier this morning

The United States has been pressing Turkey to play a larger role against the Islamic State militants, who have taken control of large swaths of Syria and Iraq, including territory along Turkeys border, and sent several hundred thousand refugees fleeing into Turkey.

U.S. officials yesterday said Turkey had agreed to allow coalition forces use its bases, including Incirlik air base, which is within 100 miles (160 kilometers) of the Syrian border, for operations against the Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq. The officials said the details are still being worked out.

But upon emerging from a Cabinet meeting this morning, Turkeys deputy prime minister, Bulent Arinc, said that apart from the existing cooperation in combatting terrorism, there is no new situation concerning Incirlik air base. 

The deputy premier added that Turkey had proposed the use of some of its bases to train and equip moderate opposition forces fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria, but said the sides had not yet come to any agreement. 

Turkish tanks line border as IS flag is raised in Kobane
 

Going nowhere: A Turkish tank is seen at the Syrian border. Turkey has said it wont join the fight against the extremists unless the U.S.-led coalition also goes after the Syrian government of President Bashar Assad

Force: Islamic State militants have taken control of large swaths of Syria and Iraq, including territory along Turkeys border (pictured)

TURKISH PRESIDENT LAUNCHES FURIOUS TIRADE AT MODERN DAY LAWRENCE OF ARABIAS CAUSING TROUBLE IN THE MIDDLE EAST  

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has launched an angry tirade at modern day Lawrence of Arabias who he said were bent on causing trouble in the Middle East.

British officer T.E. Lawrence, better known as Lawrence of Arabia, helped Arab leaders fight a guerrilla insurgency against the forces of the Ottoman Empire in the desert during World War I.

Especially after the hugely successful 1960s film, Lawrence is still regarded as a hero in Britain and many Arab countries.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) is pictured with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Today Erdogan launched an angry tirade at modern Lawrence of Arabias causing trouble in the Middle East

Hero: British officer T.E. Lawrence (right), better known as Lawrence of Arabia, helped Arab leaders fight a guerrilla insurgency against the forces of the Ottoman Empire during World War I. He is still regarded as a hero in Britain and many Arab countries - especially after the 1960s film staring Peter OToole (left)

But Erdogan made clear he saw the iconic British officer - who famously adopted customs of Arab dress - as a symbol of unwanted outside meddling in a region where Turkish influence should count.

Lawrence was an English spy disguised as an Arab, Erdogan said in a televised speech at a university in Istanbul.

There are new voluntary Lawrences, disguised as journalists, religious men, writers and terrorists, he added.

It is our duty to explain to the world that there are modern Lawrences who were fooled by a terror organisation, he added, without specifying which organisation.

It was not clear if Erdogans tirade had a specific target, but it was aimed at those outside forces who he feels want to weaken Turkey and destabilis

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