New ISIS … National Army mercenaries executed two men in Jarablous

Turkish state occupation still strives to show of the National Army mercenaries as " Moderates" but they have the same IS ideology and the same atrocities also, where two citizens were executed in the occupied Jarablous city in the same way that ISIS does.

Since Turkey formed the so-called National Army at the end of 2017 following its occupation of Syrian territory in Jarablous, Azaz and al-Bab, it has sought to show them as 'Moderates' as this gangs was formed from mercenary gangs that were spilt, looted, kidnapped and killed civilians on ID.

But all the efforts of the Turkish occupation it was in vain, since the mentality of the mercenaries of the National Army is no different from the mentality of ISIS in terms of killing, captivity, kidnapping and other practices that humanity does not accept. Not only that, but it also shows the real face of Erdogan and the Justice and Development Party, which supports the terrorists and is known for its support for ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra (now HTS).

In this context, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the mercenaries of the so-called "National Army" supported by Turkey carried out the execution of two people in the town of Jarablous occupied by Turkey and its mercenaries in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo.

In the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory, the mercenaries executed the two men by firing and their bodies were thrown at the outskirts of the town and placed with banners written on:" betrayal, Killing, explosion"   The two men were charged with assassinating a National Army mercenary leader on August 5.

Security chaos is spread in Turkey-occupied areas of Syria. and unidentified killings, bombings, robberies, kidnappings, ransom demands, attacks on unarmed civilians, fighting between Turkey's mercenaries themselves and many other practices have made the lives of civilians so difficult.

From time to time demonstrations launches in these areas demanding the Turkish occupation out of their land and homes that have been changed into military headquarters.

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ANHA