Turkish occupation sends mercenaries to support Jabhet al-Nusra

The Turkish occupation sent its mercenary gangs from Afrin and Azaz in northern Syria to the northern countryside of Hama to support the so-called Hayet Tahrir al-Sham (previously Jebhet al-Nusra) in its war against the regime forces backed by Russian warplanes.

Sources sent a video footage of a military convoy of hundreds of Turkish mercenaries while they were heading towards the northern countryside of Hama through Ghazawiya village south of Afrin city on Friday night.

The sources pointed out that the Turkish occupation is pushing them in the war against the forces of the regime, along with Hayet Tahrir al-Sham, which is classified on the list of terrorism globally.

It is noteworthy that the regime forces supported by the Russian air forces are launching a campaign in the northern countryside of Hama, western Aleppo, eastern Lattakia and Idlib province controlled by Hayet Tahrir al-Sham mercenaries and other factions. The Russian air force kills civilians on a daily basis in that area and thousands of families have been displaced to Afrin.



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