Syria responded to Turkey’s air strike with a rocket attack, know why the tension increased

Syria Turkey Border: Three people have been reported injured in the Turkish border by a rocket fired from an unknown place in North Syria. According to the report of the news agency AFP, a soldier and two officers of the Special Security Force were seriously injured when a rocket fell on the Turkish border. 

Earlier on Sunday (November 20), Turkey had airstrike in the northern areas of Syria and Iraq, in which a total of 31 people were killed and many were injured. This attack by Turkey’s border rocket is believed to be the answer to Turkey’s air strike. 

Why did Turkey air strike on Syria?
This air strike on Turkey’s Syria and Iraq on Sunday was believed to be a response to the bomb blast in the capital Istanbul a week ago. A total of 6 people were killed and a total of 81 people were injured in this blast in Istanbul’s Taksim Square.

The Vice President of Turkey had termed the attack as a terrorist attack and said that it was a suicide attack by a woman. Government sources and intelligence agencies blamed Kurdish separatists behind the attack. 

‘The time has come to settle scores’
Before the airstrike on Sunday, the Turkish Defense Ministry tweeted that the time has come to settle scores. The culprits of Istanbul will be punished. However, Kurdish fighters denied any role in the Istanbul bombings. 

Bugün Dünya Çocuk Hakları Günü!

Görmek istemeyenler olsa da terör örgütü The PKK/YPG continue to mercilessly kill the innocent babies and children.

As a son, the new sweets Ecrin and Yagmur were separated from the business.


— TC Millî Savunma Ministry (@tcsavunma) November 20, 2022

Releasing a second video of the attack, Turkey’s Defense Ministry said the airstrikes were carried out in northern Iraq and Syria in line with our self-defense rights under Article 51 of the United Nations Charter.

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