Turkey’s “Free Syrian Army” Battles Obama’s “Free Syrian Army” Near Aleppo

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (10:00 P.M.) – On Monday, Turkish-backed rebels launched multiple Fagot missiles at a Kurdish trench in the northern countryside of Aleppo, blowing up two bulldozers in the process.

The incident took place south of Azaz and represents an escalation of tensions between the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), both of whom are supported by the United States.

At least two Fagot guided missiles struck SDF bulldozers while they were trying erect a new barrier on the axis between Ain Daknah and Sheikh Issa–VIDEO

FSA contingents in the Jarabulus pocket are mostly composed of Turkmen fighters loyal to Ankara while SDF units in the Efrin canton are, for the most part, local Kurds from the YPG.

Earlier today, Turkish proxies also attacked a nearby Kurdish-held village although the assault was foiled and dozens killed consequently.

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