The free Syrian army forced Americans to leave the city of Al-Rai in the north of the country
A video appeared on the network in which representatives of the “moderate opposition” from the Free Syrian Army (FSA) threatened to massacre American commandos if they did not leave Al-Rai (northern Syria), where they arrived along with Turkish troops, reports Look.
“Around 25, American soldiers are working with the Turks in Al-Rai in the province of Aleppo to prepare for an attack on neighboring Al-Bab, which is under the control of the Islamic State,” reports the newspaper Post East East Eye.
In the video, the Syrian rebels call the Americans "crusaders", "pigs" and "infidels."
"One person in Arabic on the video says:" Dogs, agents of America. " At the same time, others shout: "They are crusaders and infidels," "Down with America," "Get out, you pigs" and "They came to occupy Syria." A voice on the video also reports in Arabic: "We will not fight with the Americans" "- commented on the video newspaper.
American special forces left the city after they were threatened with "massacre."
The material emphasizes that this video is the first documentary evidence of Washington’s support for Turkish troops during Operation Euphrates Shield.
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