Wrath of Olives liquidates agent of Turkish occupation, renews its warning to traitors

The Operations Room of the Wrath of Olives said that their fighters have liquidated one of the agents of the Turkish occupation of Tal Rifat city. The Room noted that the mercenary's liquidation came to be an example to other customers, revamped its warning to the agents and traitors who work double.

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The Wrath of Olive Operations' Room has issued on Saturday a statement to the public opinion announcing the liquidation of the mercenary client Muhannad Zer from the city of Tal Rifat. The Room said that the mercenary was discovered, arrested and killed on the 15th of October in Jarablus area.

The text of the statement:

"We were in the Wrath of Olive Operations' Room had issued earlier a warning statement to all the agents and traitors who are trying to work double; with our fighters and the Turkish occupation at the same time, we assured them that our fighters are very vigilant and aware of their detection and accountability at the right time.

Based on this, we in the Operations' Room of the Wrath of Olives had monitored the movements and actions of agents and traitors, and we were able to detect a number of them and reduce their role and dirty tasks and accounted them

In the last operation carried out by our fighters, the mercenary client Muhannad Zer was arrested from the city of Tal Rifat, who was trained by the Turkish intelligence on various means, tools and intelligence methods. He tried to work with us in double, thinking that he would be able to deceive us and serve the Turkish occupation, but he had been detected and liquidated on 15/10/2018 in Jarablus area to be an example to other agents

Therefore, we renew our warning to other agents who have been deceived and bought their consciences by the Turkish occupation, and assure them that they are identified with us by name and the task entrusted to them and the way they will carry out their dirty operations, where they will be in the fire range of our fighters no matter how hidden from view.

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