The Kurdish Wrath of Olives Operations Room announced on June 21 that its cells had killed three Turkish-backed militants in northern Aleppo.
The operations room’s cells captured, then executed three militants, who were manning a post in the village of al-Nu’man near the city of al-Bab. The three militants were serving in the ranks of the 211th Brigade.
“Our operations, which are aimed at taking revenge against mercenaries, were and still are a part of the duty that our fighters perform towards our people, who have been afflicted by the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries,” the operations room said in an official statement.
The Wrath of Olives Operations Room also released graphic footage showing the three slain Turkish-backed militants.
The 211th Brigade, which is a faction of the Syrian National Army, acknowledged its losses in a statement, identifying the three slain militants as Faris Ahmad al-Issa, Bilal Khaled al-Ali and Alaa Mohamad Abid. Nevertheless, the Turkish-backed faction falsely claimed the three militants were killed by “ISIS criminal gangs.”
Kurdish guerrilla groups in northern Aleppo now carry out more operations against Turkish-backed militants. A recent attack by the Afrin Liberation Forces claimed the lives of at least eight militants.