Security chaos in Turkish-controlled areas | Factional clashes leave many injured, while unidentified gunmen kidnap civilian in Aleppo countryside • The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

Security chaos in Turkish-controlled areas | Factional clashes leave many injured, while unidentified gunmen kidnap civilian in Aleppo countryside

Aleppo province: SOHR activists have reported that unidentified gunmen in a car, “Santa Fe” make, kidnapped a young man from al-Ra’i city this evening, near al-Ra’i roundabout in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

 

On the other hand, five members of al-Sultan Sulaiman Shah “al-Ashmat” were injured this evening due to clashes between “al-Ashmat” faction and other militiamen of al-Jabha al-Shamiyah guarding al-Hal market in Afrin city center.

 

This fight comes in light of the attempts by al-Ashmat faction to kidnap a merchant who affiliates al-Jabha al-Shamiyah for “stealing and trading in narcotics”.

 

Yesterday, SOHR activists reported that a displaced civilian from eastern Ghouta was injured in the legs, when a member of the 9th Division opened fire on him in Rajo district in Afrin countryside. However, the reasons behind the attack remain unknown.

 

According to the sources, the dead fighter belonged to the Turkish Intelligence-backed al-Sham Corps of stabs he received during bladed weapons fight among gunmen of al-Sham Corps and other persons in front of one of the bakeries in Janderis neighborhood in the past week.

 

His brother and a third person were also wounded in the fight.

 

On October 7, SOHR activists reported that three members of Turkey-backed al-Sham Crops were wounded in knife attack by member of Jaish al-Sharqiyah faction in Jandarus neighborhood in Afrin countryside due to clashes and verbal differences between a member of Jaish al-Sharqiya and members of al-Sham crops. The differences have turned into bladed weapons fight.

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