ISIL gives the Kurds 24 hours to get out of Raqqa


23/6/2015 19:57:00
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     ISIL gives the Kurds 24 hours to get out of Raqqa

The Kurds Activists in the town of Raqqa said on Tuesday that the so called Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) gave Kurdish families 24 hours to get out of the city.
This comes after the liberation of the city of Gri Spi, and the town of Ain Issa and Liwa 93 by the People's Protection Units, and the faction of the free army.
According to those sources for network Lahti Net, the ISIL terrorist told them to get out of the city and the gave them 24 hours till tomorrow, Wednesday until 12 noon, they will be forcibly displaced to Tell Tamr, where Menem go to Kobani or Gri Spi
The same sources pointed out that the ISIL terrorist launched campaign of arrests in the ranks of Kurdish civilians in the city of Raqqa on the pretext that they are agents of the people's protection units and factions of the army free.
The People's Protection Units, and the faction of the army free, managed to free the town of Ain Issa and 16 village and silos Bigley, a village on the north-east of the town is 8 Km.

 

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