YPG/PKK use force to keep Syrian civilians in Afrin​

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Read: 949     15:13     13 March 2018    

Amid rapid advances by Turkish and Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces against terrorists in Afrin, northwestern Syria, YPG/PKK terrorists have been forcibly blocking Syrian civilians from leaving the area.


On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear YPG/PKK and Daesh terrorists from Afrin, northwestern Syria, near Turkey’s southern border.

According to information Anadolu Agency gathered from reliable sources in Afrin, the terrorists used force to stop Afrin’s Syrian residents from leaving the district, even to the point of using gunfire.

The civilians, seeking to go south to avoid being used as human shields, were stopped from leaving the city center by YPG/PKK terrorists at checkpoints.

The civilians have been trying to reach Nubul, a town in Aleppo under the control of the Assad regime and Iranian-backed forces.

Checkpoints in southern Afrin sought additional support from terrorist headquarters to put more pressure on civilians, in a sign the terror group feared losing control in the district center.

Turkish army drone films YPG/PKK attack on civilians

Footage captured by a Turkish army drone shows a convoy of civilian vehicles at a YPG/PKK checkpoint seeking to leave Afrin.

The terrorists can be seen opening fire on the civilians to block them.

After dispersing, the civilians then regrouped as the terrorists were reinforced with a white minibus.

Blocking the road with the minibus, the armed terrorists got out of the vehicle and confronted the civilians.

Taking advantage of the commotion, a civilian tried to slip past the barricade, but was seen and blocked.

The drone footage also captured a woman with a baby in her arms and a child next to her.

Despite her efforts to persuade the terrorists to let them leave Afrin, she too failed.



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YPG/PKK use force to keep Syrian civilians in Afrin​

2018/03/thumbs_b_c_4d26dabd53f0f5c8cf53d8a75b2ca5cf-1520920869.jpg
Read: 950     15:13     13 March 2018    

Amid rapid advances by Turkish and Free Syrian Army (FSA) forces against terrorists in Afrin, northwestern Syria, YPG/PKK terrorists have been forcibly blocking Syrian civilians from leaving the area.


On Jan. 20, Turkey launched Operation Olive Branch to clear YPG/PKK and Daesh terrorists from Afrin, northwestern Syria, near Turkey’s southern border.

According to information Anadolu Agency gathered from reliable sources in Afrin, the terrorists used force to stop Afrin’s Syrian residents from leaving the district, even to the point of using gunfire.

The civilians, seeking to go south to avoid being used as human shields, were stopped from leaving the city center by YPG/PKK terrorists at checkpoints.

The civilians have been trying to reach Nubul, a town in Aleppo under the control of the Assad regime and Iranian-backed forces.

Checkpoints in southern Afrin sought additional support from terrorist headquarters to put more pressure on civilians, in a sign the terror group feared losing control in the district center.

Turkish army drone films YPG/PKK attack on civilians

Footage captured by a Turkish army drone shows a convoy of civilian vehicles at a YPG/PKK checkpoint seeking to leave Afrin.

The terrorists can be seen opening fire on the civilians to block them.

After dispersing, the civilians then regrouped as the terrorists were reinforced with a white minibus.

Blocking the road with the minibus, the armed terrorists got out of the vehicle and confronted the civilians.

Taking advantage of the commotion, a civilian tried to slip past the barricade, but was seen and blocked.

The drone footage also captured a woman with a baby in her arms and a child next to her.

Despite her efforts to persuade the terrorists to let them leave Afrin, she too failed.



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