Field sources in Northern Aleppo reported on Thursday that the popular uprising was triggered after a number of militants affiliated to the Turkish army killed a member of a family and wounded several others in a move to steal their properties and car.
During the protest rallies, the people of Afrin called on the Turkish army and Ankara-backed militants to leave the region.
Meantime, reports from the town of al-Bab in Northern Aleppo also said that the residents of the region are enfuriated over the Turkey-backed militants’ crimes, plundering and infighting, and plan to stage similar protests.
Local sources reported on Monday that a number of gunmen were killed or wounded in a fresh wave of tensions and infighting between two Ankara-backed militant groups in the town of Afrin in Northwestern Aleppo.
The sources said that the al-Shamiyeh Front engaged in fierce clashes with the militants of the Free Police, both affiliated to the Turkish army, in a Park in Afrin.
The sources said that the clashes left two al-Shamiyeh gunmen dead as well as a number of casualties among civilians
A wave of panic has covered residential areas in the town following the infighting, the sources added.