Having killed days ago | Turkey faces accusations of killing Ahrar Al-Sham leader by drone strike near Al-Bab city in eastern Aleppo countryside
Aleppo province: Graffities have been found written in Al-Bab city in “Euphrates Shield” area in the eastern countryside of Aleppo accusing Turkey of killing Ahrar Al-Sham leader by targeting him with a “Bayraktar TB2” drone missile.
Graffities read,”A message to Erdogan, do not lose the Syrian people,” “the people want to hold the criminal accountable” and “the blood of the martyr serves as light for us and fire on the oppressors.”
The mother of Ahrar Al-Sham Islamist leader Abu Uday Olan, in a video, call on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to hold her son’s killer accountable and accusing a Turkish officer named “Abu Aref” of being responsible for killing his son via a “Bayraktar” drone.
It is worth noting that “Ahrar Al-Sham Movement” published photographs of the remnants of the missile that hit the leader, Abu Uday Awlan. The photos show that the MAM-L missile was manufactured by the laser-guided Rokestan company and used in the Turkish-made drone. “
On January 25, SOHR activists reported that an explosion was heard in Al-Hadath village near Al-Bab city in the eastern countryside of Aleppo due to an unknown explosion that hit the house of a leader of Ahrar Al-Sham movement. The explosion left the leader dead. This coincided with the flight by an unidentified drone over the area.
According to local sources, the leader is believed to be targeted with a missile fired by an unidentified kamikaze drone.