PKK/PYD victims in Jarabulus recount terrorists’ cruelty

Jarabulus, a city in the Aleppo province in Syria, has become a shelter for a large number of people fleeing from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party-affiliated Democratic Union Party (PKK/PYD) to the Free Syrian Army (FSA)-held town, after Daesh terrorists were swept from the town by the Euphrates Shield operation, which was initiated by the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) in northern Syria.

FSA soldiers delivered civilian clothing to the people, who were armed and forced to wear uniforms by the terrorists.

The victims of the PKK/PYD said that they were forced to fight with PKK/PYD over threats of the terrorist organization.

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