BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 P.M.) – The Turkish-backed militants released a new video from the northeastern region of Syria today, showing their fighters with captured civilians from the Tal Tamr District of Al-Hasakah.

In a short video released on Wednesday, the so-called “Syrian National Army” forced these captured civilians to bark while being blindfolded and driven to unknown location in northeastern Syria.

This latest video that was released on Wednesday comes just a day after they released other footage of their militants abusing Syrian Arab Army (SAA) prisoners in the Tal Tamr District.

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Stern Daler

The acts of terror intend to ethnically cleanse the area of non Jihadi especially Kurds.

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If they want Lebensraum+oil, they should return to Mongolia. Anatolia = Greece+Kurdistan

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@death 2, Anatolia = not only Greek+Kurdish soil but plus Armenia.

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These are likely Christians from small villages they are current looting and attacking. They have consistent targeted them as have the Kurd YPG. Both are proxies.