Two mercenaries flee from Serêkaniyê and surrender to the SDF
Violent clashes are increasingly taking place between Islamist proxy troops in the Turkish occupation zone in northern Syria. Two jihadists from Serêkaniyê have surrendered to the SDF due to internal conflicts.
According to the Press Office of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), two members of jihadist groups from the Turkish occupation zone in northern Syria have surrendered to the SDF.
The statement points to the increasing conflicts between Turkish proxy troops in the area between Serêkaniyê (Ras al-Ain) and Girê Spî (Tal Abyad): "These gang members, who are dangerous to humanity, are largely the remains of DAESH [ISIS]. They are only committed to their material benefits and have no connection to human values.
Due to internal conflicts, the two gang members Aras Mihemed Isa Hec Ali and Mihemed Xêr Mihemed De'ilbul fled from Serêkaniyê at different times and sought refuge with us.
Aras Mihemed Isa Hec Ali participated in the invasion of Serêkaniyê from Dirbesiyê. Mihemed Xêr Mihemed De'ibul participated in the occupation of Afrin and Serêkaniyê. He was a member of various Islamist groups such as Liwa al-Tawhid, Jabhat al-Shamiya, Jabhat al-Nusra, Faylaq al-Sham and Ahrar al-Sham."