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Ahlul Bayt News Agency – Locals reported that the ISIS executed two Kurdish youngsters in the village of Jalka southeast of Kobane (Ain al-Arab) in the province of Aleppo, northern Syria.
Mustafa Abdi, media worker and director of ARTA FM Radio in Kobane said that two Kurdish minors, Khabat Haji Jundi, 16, and Abdo Osman, 12, were executed by ISIS militants on Friday.
Abdi added that the village, located near the town of Ain Issa, is of Kurdish majority whose inhabitants had already been asked by the terrorist group to evacuate their area.
In the meantime, local activists from the ISIS-held city of Manbij in Aleppo told that the group executed six Kurdish civilians on Saturday.
“They were brutally slaughtered with knives on charges of dealing with the People’s Protection Units (YPG) as well as leaking confidential information on the group’s movements,” a local media worker in Manbij told.
“Two victims were executed at the al-Sifin roundabout, and two others at al-Dalo roundabout, while the rest were executed downtown in front of a crowd of people,” the source added.
Over the past year, several cases of executions were carried out in the ISIS-held city of Manbij in Aleppo province. However, the terrorist’s presence in Aleppo countryside has declined during the last two months according to military sources.