BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:20 P.M.) – The Turkish Army opened fire on several protesters along the Syrian border today, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced via social media.

According to reports, the Turkish military opened fire on the Kurdish protesters during a patrol near the border city of Kobane in northeastern Aleppo.

The protesters were reportedly targeted by the live gunfire from the Turkish Army after they pelted the latter with rocks during one of their patrols in Kobane.

The Turkish Armed Forces have yet to respond to these allegations from the Syrian Democratic Forces.

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Good. I saw pictures of Kurds throwing rocks at Turkish/Russian patrol yesterday. I wondered why they weren’t shot dead as they are supposed to be when they do that.

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PKK/YPG stirring the pot as usual. PKK/YPG always on the hunt for propaganda opportunities. They feed off any attention from Western or Israeli audiences.

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there are much more than only kurdish protesters..but as I said before ..the turkies don’t have the brains to distinguish.. they have just bullets in their head that’s dreaming about the osman power restored by finishing 1-2-3- genocides..

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Hit in the face by a rock thrown by one of her fellow “protester” more like.
SDF /YPG out of their uniforms, plenty of young women and men of fighting age so can you distinguish which is which?
Show me one person that was shot and then talk to me about genocide.
They throw rocks at the Russians as a well you know