BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:15 P.M.) – The Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) carried out a powerful attack inside the Afrin region, yesterday, the group’s official media wing reported on Tuesday.
According to the YPG, their sleeper cells managed to carry out an attack on the Free Syrian Army’s (FSA) police headquarters in Afrin city on November 19th.
This new YPG attack resulted in the death of three Free Syrian Army fighters, while also causing material damage to the rebel group’s headquarters.
The YPG attack was carried out using a car bomb; they would later detonate the explosives in front of the Free Syrian Army’s headquarters, causing a massive blast in the process.
With the Turkish Army and their allies currently carrying out a cleansing operation to arrest looters and kidnappers, the YPG took the opportunity to carry out a powerful attack against an Ankara-backed rebel group.