BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:10 P.M.) – A series of intense clashes broke out between two Turkish-backed rebel groups inside the city of Jarbulus in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

According to local activists, clashes erupted in Jarbulus city this morning between the free police units and Sultan Murad Brigade.

The activists stated that the reason for the clashes is still unknown at this time.

However, at least eight fighters from both sides have since been hospitalized as a result of wounds sustained during the clashes.

No further details were released at this time.

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confusion rules zio scumbags and will max to the point of no return till they are thrown in the perm abyss

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How funny : Erdogan backs Hamas together with Khamenei, so if Erdogan is a Zionist, Hamas and Khamenei are so!

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“Syrian Army finds Israeli-made weapons in former ISIS bastions near Golan Heights”

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What’s that old saying, “…Falling out among thieves…”

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Estos mercenarios son como prostitutas vendiéndose al mejor postor, no tienen principios éticos ni morales, este es el resultado.

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It is going to even get worse for these terrorists.

“The activists stated that the reason for the clashes is still unknown at this time.” This unknown factor and the recent killing of one another and seeking for revenge will create a havoc among the rank & file of this rag tag group.