On July 11 morning, a booby-trapped car exploded in the Turkish-occupied city of al-Bab in the northern countryside of Syria’s Aleppo.
The car bomb blew up near the al-Bushi mosque, which is located on the city’s northern road. Videos shared by locals show the extensive material damage caused by the fairly large explosion.
According to the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, at least four people were injured in the car bomb attack.
Kurdish forces are usually accused of orchestrating such attacks in Turkish-occupied areas in northern countryside of Aleppo. Nevertheless, ISIS remains a key suspect. Last month, the terrorist group resumed its activity in these area. Its cells carried out at least three attacks.
The Turkish military and its proxies are not taking any serious steps to secure their areas in northern Aleppo. Now, these areas are witnessing a state of lawlessness.