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Popular Uprising in Northern Aleppo Drives Terrorists out of Key Border Town

26 December 2016 12:09



Civilians’ continued demonstrations in the border town of Jarabulus forced the Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants to leave the town, local sources disclosed on Sunday.

The sources said that people in Jarabulus took control over the town yesterday after days of continued demonstrations against the FSA militants’ presence in their region.

The FSA that is backed by the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield Operation was forced to take all its affiliated groups out of Jarabulus and handed over control of the town to its residents.

People in their demonstrations had called for the full and immediate exit of the Euphrates Shield’s members.

The Free Police, Legal court and lawful bodies are to govern the town.

The popular uprising came after an FSA member gunned down a number of civilians in Jarabulus.

Media sources revealed on Saturday that the Turkish Army suffered heavy death toll in its so-called anti-ISIL operation in Northern Syria and was growingly entangled in waves of problems with no way out.

The Russian language Kommersant daily reported that based on recent information, the Turkish forces suffered heavy casualties in their operation in Northern Syria codenamed the Euphrates Shield that they started over four months ago.

The paper added that 16 Turkish soldiers were killed and 33 more were wounded in only one day, proving that the Turkish operation that once seemed to be successful is now no more than a big problem for the Turkish Command.

The Turkish soldiers and Ankara-backed militant groups faced firm resistance of ISIL in the town of al-Bab in Northern Aleppo. ISIL used it suicide combatants, which surprised the Turkish army and its militant allies and inflicted major losses on them. The Turkish army’s casualties have been unprecedentedly high since the start of Euphrates Shield Operation in August 24.

The Turkey-backed militants also suffered major losses on the same day.

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