BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 P.M.) – The Kurdish-led Wrath Of Olives Operation Room took responsibility for yesterday’s attack on a border checkpoint in northern Aleppo.

According to the group, their attack resulted in the death of at least 12 commandos from the Free Syrian Army’s Special Forces division.

No further details were released, nor has the Turkish-backed Free Syrian Army command released any statement confirming these losses.

Recently, the Kurdish sleeper cells loyal to the People’s Protection Units (YPG) have been wreaking havoc on the Turkish-backed rebels, killing several of their personnel around the Afrin and ‘Azaz regions of Aleppo.

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Karel Vd Geest

This morning I commented, incorrectly, it was ALF and 11 killed. What is telling is that these attacks are in mainly arab region. So either SDF has really deep sleeper cells or they have local arab supporters. As long as they target turkish mercenaries ok by me. Each mercenary killed will cost Turkey a small fortune in pensions for their families.

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Because you think Turkey pays pensions to mercenaries’ families? LOL!
The interest of “Free Syrian Army” is being FREE… of charges 😉

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Karel Vd Geest

Elsewhere it has been reported that Turkey pays their mercenaries a salary and a pension to their famlies when they get killed. Why do you think they are called mercenaries ? Who do you think pays their salaries? The totally broke refugees? The thriving economy of the north west? All Turkey and now also Qatar, the new islamo fascist hub.

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Some money definetly comes from looting and selling Syrian stuff…

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Holding on to Afrin is now not looking so rosy to the Turki backed FSA. As of now the US presence with the Kurds is stopping Turki from launching a direct military action on YPG / PKK etc. For the Wrath of Olives it is Pay Back Time.