On September 22, a pro-Kurdish media outlet, Hawar News Agency, released a footage of Turkish-backed ‘moderate rebels’ tourtoring a boy during an alleged interrogation session.
The video depicts Turkish-backed ‘moderate oppositioneers’ that are beating a handcuffed boy (likely 10-14 y.o.) in order to force him to ‘talk’ (it’s unclear on which topic). A shot from the AK-47 rifle was also fired by moderates to ‘motivate’ the boy.
Some sources suggest that the militants from the video belong to Sham Legion or Nour al-Din al-Zenki Movement. The both groups are described by the Wstern media as a part of the ‘moderate opposition’ and backed by Turkey and the United States.
The video was reportedly filmed in the Syrian border town of Jarablus in northern Aleppo that had been seized by the Ankara-led forces from the ISIS terrorist group.
— The ‘Nimr’ Tiger (@Souria4Syrians) September 22, 2016