Member of the “Kurdish National Council” and the “Syrian Coalition” in a video: there is no such thing called “the National Army, “ they are mercenaries and hitmen receive their orders from the Turkish leadership. • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Member of the “Kurdish National Council” and the “Syrian Coalition” in a video: there is no such thing called “the National Army, “ they are mercenaries and hitmen receive their orders from the Turkish leadership.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights obtained a video today showing the official of the Kurdish National Council, the member of the Syrian opposition Coalition, Fouad Aliko, speaking to one of his supporters, accusing and insulting the so-called Turkey-loyal Syrian National Army, in the video obtained by the Syrian Observatory from reliable sources he says: “there’s no such thing as the National Army, that’s a big lie so far, each faction has a culture of invasion and looting, each faction takes over a street and writes the name of the faction on the street, which means that it has invaded the street before anyone so no one can get close because it is its share.”

Aliko also said in Kurdish: “also there are contradictions between them which sometimes reached the point of fighting with weapons, such fighting previously took place in Afrin and there had been casualties among them, and today that is repeated in Ras al-Ayn (Sari Kani) city, therefore, there is no such thing as the National Army, where each battalion receives its orders from the Turkish leadership, invades the areas, rob, and plunder public property and consider them as their right to take, in general, they are mercenaries and hitmen, and there is no such thing as the National Army.”

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