Two Turkish-backed militants were killed and four others were injured in a new raid by the Afrin Liberation Forces (ALF) on a position of the Euphrates Shield (ES) force in northern Aleppo.
“On September 4, our forces attacked a base and positions of the Al Jabha al-Shamiyye jihadist gang in the vicinity of Kefer Kilbin village of the Azaz region with light and medium weapons and engaged in clashes with the jihadists,” the ALF said in a statement.
On September 6, the Kurdish guerrilla group released a video of the raid. The short video shows ALF fighters raiding the ES’ position after targeting it with several rocket-propelled grenades.
The ALF also released a video of a night attack by its fighters on a position of the ES force near the town of Azaz on September 3. Three militants were killed and another was injured in the attack.
Recently, the ALF stepped up its attacks in the area of Afrin and the ES region in northern Aleppo. The Turkish military and its Syrian proxies have done nothing so far to counter these attacks, despite suffering from heavy losses.