BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:50 A.M.) – Two Turkish-backed groups from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) are currently at odds in the Afrin region, following the assassination of a local military commander. .

According to pro-opposition activists, the Ahrar Al-Sharqiyah faction of the Free Syrian Army arrested over 200 members of the Al-Hamza Brigade after the former stormed the latter’s base in the Afrin region on Sunday.

Below is the video of Ahrar Al-Sharqiyah arresting 200 Al-Hamza Brigade fighters:

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Ahrar Al-Sharqiyah has accused the Al-Hamza Brigade of assassinating their military commander in the Afrin region this past weekend.

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POPCORN TIME

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Last time I saw something like this it was ISIS taking captured Iraqi forces off on their last walk.

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Ha!Ha!Ha! The Circus Master lost control of his animals ????

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Blimey, there are b***h fights is both Syria and Iraq. Sweet.