Report: Turkish Soldiers Suspended for Selling Weapons with FSA Help
Al-Watan newspaper said that social media activists have released reports along with images showing that “50 Turkish military men have been suspended and ordered to drop their operations in the Euphrates Shield Operation”.
Meantime, dissident activists from Northern Aleppo reported that “after the Euphrates Shield Operation, we witnessed new equipment and guns in Northern Syria, and after investigation it became clear that the warfare equipment belonged to the Euphrates Shield Operation forces”.
Opposition sources had also disclosed in September that militants affiliated to the Turkey-backed FSA have received a batch of advanced military vehicles in Northern Aleppo.
“The FSA-affiliated terrorist group of al-Hamza that is under the command of the Euphrates Shield Operation Room has received a number of military vehicles from the US army officers deployed in Northern Aleppo,” the sources said.
Opposition sources have also released several photos showing the US army vehicles with al-Hamaza terrorist group’s emblem.
Al-Hamzah had previously claimed that it is independent and is not working with any foreign country.