The house where Kurdish people’s leader Abdullah Öcalan was staying in Kobanê was attacked by air.
The house where Kurdish people’s leader Abdullah Öcalan stayed for a while in the village of Elpelorê in Kobanê after he crossed from North Kurdistan into Rojava in 1979 was attacked by air.
Local sources said that the Turkish state carried out the attack with unmanned reconnaissance planes and material damage occurred in the house.
In 1979, Abdullah Öcalan stayed there for a while after crossing the border from Urfa to Kobanê in the summer. Since 2016, the birthday of the Kurdish leader has been celebrated by the people of Kobanê in Elpelûre.
The attack carried out at around 03:00, targeted the house which is known as the "House of the Leader".
The ‘Freedom for the Leader Committee’ in North-East Syria protested the attack which -it said- was against fundamental values and laws.
"We strongly condemn this inhuman and barbaric act. The Turkish state is scared of free thinking. Our people and our friends will reclaim the Leader and our values,” the Committee told ANHA news agency.