Heavy Infighting Erupts among Turkey-Backed Terrorists again in Northern Syria
Ahrar al-Sham and al-Shamiyeh Front, both backed up by the Turkish army, exchanged heavy fire in Afrin over the distribution of the assets they had stolen from locals’ houses.
The infighting left a number of casualties on both warring sides.
In the meantime, the Kurdish-language Hawar news reported that Ahrar al-Sham terrorists stormed the village of Karzileh in Shirawa region and captured almost 200 young and middle-aged men and kept them in the village’s school.
In a similar development on Tuesday, gunmen of Sultan Murat Brigade, affiliated to Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army, forced villagers in the village of Naza in Shera region to leave their homes.
In the meantime, a field source said that the Ankara-backed militants settled 20 families of Eastern Ghouta terrorists in the village of Kafr Jenah, adding that most of the villagers’ assets and properties were looted by the Turkey-backed militants.
The source further said that even electrical cables have been stolen and a school in the village has been damaged by the Ankara forces.
Also, the militants captured a number of men that were Afrin residents near Tarnadeh checkpoint and later called on their families to pay ransom for their release.