In Afrin, the invading Turkish army and their allied gangs took 4 villagers hostage, tied their hands behind their backs and placed landmines around them.
The invasion attempt by the Turkish army and their allied gangs with Al Qaeda origins continues on its 36th day. The Turkish army and their allied gangs continue to add new entries to their list of atrocious images.
Last week footage from a village in Afrin had surfaced showing the usurpation of a tractor and the execution of the owner. In new photographs the ANF has obtained, in Museka village in Afrin, gangs are seen taking elderly villagers hostage and Turkish soldiers are seen tying the villagers’ hands behind their backs.
The photographs show 2 elderly women and 2 elderly men having their hands tied behind their back in front of what looks like a convenience store, and placing improvised explosive traps around them.
The invading Turkish army and their allied gangs are seen attempting to frame YPG/YPJ fighters for their own civilian massacres in this way.