ISIS Boy Reportedly Kills At Least 50 Kurds In Suicide Attack
The Islamic State released an image of a boy who blew up himself near the Turkish-Syrian border
The Islamic State in Syria claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing that was allegedly carried out by a 14-year-old boy, who killed at least 50 Kurdish militiamen in the northern part of the country.
Official ISIS media channels released a picture of the boy, who they identified as Abu Khattab al-Ansari. In the picture, he was wearing a military vest and carrying a Kalashnikov rifle. Online, ISIS’ supporters said the boy was only 14 and that his real name was Omar Hadid al-Muhammadi.
According to an official ISIS statement, the suicide attack was part of a larger offensive against a PKK Kurdish militia located south of Ras al-Ayn, a village on the Syrian-Turkish border.
Killed more PKK members than his age. He is 14 years old and killed 50 PKK members. Abu Khattab al-Ansari, the suicide bomber who carried out the attack in Ras al-Ayn.
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