Dutch killed in Syrian airstrikes on ISIS
Reports on twitter claim that dozens of Dutch and Belgium jihad fighters perished during the air raids on Islamic State (ISIS) around Aleppo in Syria.
At least 50 deaths were caused by the air strikes on the al-Qaeda affiliated group al-Nusra in Syria. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that most of the victims of the attacks in the northern province of Idlib were foreigners. There were also at least eight civilian deaths, including three children.
The air strikes were carried out by the United States, with the support of Arab countries Jordan, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
A Dutch jihad fighter said on twitter that he has never seen such a devastating thing.
Dutch women in Syria says that dozens of Dutch and Belgium fighters got wounded or died by air strikes.
— Brenda Stoter Boscolo (@BrendaStoter) September 23, 2014