US officers who were invited to al-Ra’i by Turkey were kicked out by FSA militants chanting anti-US slogans pic.twitter.com/Sbsyf8n94W
— Hassan Ridha (@sayed_ridha) September 16, 2016
Four US Special Forces officers have been spotted in the town of Al Rai in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
The town is now controlled by the Turkish Armed Forces and Turkish-backed militants. According to reports, in total 25 US soldiers were working with the Turkey-led forces as they advanced on al-Rai.
However, US special forces officers were forced to flee Al Rai after Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants threatened to “slaughter” them for their “invasion.” In the video above, FSA militants chant that US forces are “pigs”, “crusaders” and “infidels.”
We recall that the FSA is called by the US as a “moderate” rebel group and supported by Washington against the government of Bashar al-Assad.