Erdogan’s Jihad: Turkish Soldiers Invade Villages in the Syrian Province of Idleb, Attend Friday Prayers

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July 28th, 2017 – Fort Russ News –

– Al Mayadeen – – translated by Samer Hussein –

Local sources in the northwestern Syrian province of Idleb said that the Turkish Army has entered the village of Ain Al Baida, located in the countryside of the Uyghur-occupied border town of Jisr Al Shoghour, itself located west of Idleb. 

The same sources said that Turkish soldiers not only began to roam around the village, but some of them even participated in the Friday sermons, held at local mosques.

The soldiers have reportedly left the village since, although they and their bulldozers are still moving alongside the border area. Their presence has, however, triggered no reaction from terrorists of the East Turkestan Islamist Movement and Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham.

Meanwhile, the terrorist group Hay’at Tahrir Al Sham (ex-Al Nusra Front) issued a statement, according to which creating new factions or battalions is now strictly prohibited, in addition to demanding that all banners and flags belonging to other terrorist groups, must be taken down immediately. 

The statement added that any individual, currently enlisted as a jihadist, is allowed to leave the area, though must lay down all of the weapons in order to be able walk away freely.

Residents from the city of Idleb, told Al Mayadeen Channel that Tahrir Al Sham terrorists have since taken down all the flags and banners belonging to other terrorists groups in Idleb, and have replaced them with theirs. 

According to local sources in the countryside of Idleb, Tahrir Al Sham/Al Nusra Front terrorists have since begun to deploy the barriers around all areas, taken over during the fight with the rival terrorist group Ahrar Al Sham, itself backed by the Turkish Erdogan regime.


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