Unknown shooter kill Free Syrian Army fighters, Northern Aleppo
Aleppo - SMART
On Thursday, an unknown shooter killed two fighters from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in the Afrin area, 43 kilometers northwest of Aleppo, Northern Syria.
Muhammad Nour, the manager of the media office in the al-Sultan Murad Division of the FSA, said that a guest came from Turkey to their headquarters in the village of Qastal Kishk in the Afrin area. Nour added that the shooter killed two FSA fighters and escaped. Nour noted that they did not arrest the shooter.
Nour added that he suspects the shooter could be a fighter of the People’s Protection Units (YPG). Nour did not clarify the relationship between the shooter and the FSA fighters, which allowed him to stay at their headquarters
Earlier, the YPG killed and injured FSA fighters in attacks in the Afrin area, Aleppo.
The YPG launch frequent attacks against the National Army and Turkish Army controlling the Afrin area. The National Army and Turkish Army launch security campaigns, arresting people on charges of affiliation with the YPG.