Kurdish Troops Drive Terrorists Out of Kobane – Replace ISIS with Kurdish Flags

Kurdish forces push Islamic State militants out of Kobane, Syria after months of fighting.

Rudaw.net reported:

Kurdish forces inside Kobane said today that the city is now under full control and Islamic State (ISIS) militants have been driven out of all neighborhoods.

Muslih Zebari, a Peshmerga commander in Kobane told Rudaw that ISIS militants remain only in a small village attached to the city “And the Peshmerga and YPG fighters are already on their way there,”

“Retaking that village is easy and today all of Kobane will be free,” he said.

A strong ISIS force invaded Kobane in mid-September last year but a coalition of YPG fighters, Peshmerga and US airstrikes halted the radical group’s advance until it was liberated today.

Zebari said that the Peoples Protection Units (YPG) and the Peshmerga are gearing up to drive out ISIS from several other villages in the outskirts of the city.

“In the fighting, an ISIS tank and lots of ammunition have fallen in the hands of the Kurdish forces,” Zebari added.

Zebari said that the only Kurdish casualties were a few soldiers with slight injuries.

60,000 to 100,000 Syrian Kurds fled the Kobane region in Syria to Turkey in September to escape ISIS killers.

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