ISIS gangs abduct fifty Kurds in Aleppo
ALEPPO (DİHA) - Fifty Kurdish civilians were abducted by the inhuman gangs affiliated to the Islamic State of Iraq and Sham (ISIS) in Minbic town of the Aleppo province, the second largest city in Syria.
According to the Al Quds Al Arabi newspaper, ISIS gangs have launched a new wave of attacks on the Kurdish population living in the town of Minbic. Gangs have reportedly abducted at least 50 civilians on the grounds that they had relations with left-wing powers and the West Kurdistan autonomous administration.
ISIS gangs are also reported to have plundered the houses of the civilians they kidnapped, broken into shops and seized agricultural goods and electric generators.