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News. How Turkish snipers work in Afrin

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News. How Turkish snipers work in Afrin
News Afrin.

Operation "Olive branch" continues to this day in Afrin. The Turkish army, with the support of the Syrian Liberation Army, continues to sweep Afrin from the opposition. Snipers who contribute not a small help, in this operation, are just right. They control all movements of people from the YPG / PYD / PKK groupings. The camouflage and terrain can remain invisible to them.

Snipers choose special places, which allow to stop the attacks of the opposition. They monitor their area for several days.
The operation has been going on for almost a month, during this time, Turkey neutralized more than 1500 people from the PYD / YPG / PKK groupings.

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SNİPER : GHOST WARRİOR 3 AFRİN VERSİON

Author — Doğukan Eker

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Assalamualaikum. I am a Malaysian brother. Please do not reveal too much about the way your snipers work. It may reduce your effectiveness. By the way, do you have videos showing your snipers killing YPG terrorists? Thank you.

Author — Zainul Zainul

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Kok mau sesama Muslim di adu domba sampai perang dunia ke 3 . Manusia manusia bodoh .

Author — Omed 789

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arkadaşIar cıdden merak edıyrum Türk snipcilerini ufak boylu ve güclü askerlerden secilse nasıl olurdu hani saklanması ve fark edilmesi zor olur diye düşünüyorum siz nediyorsunuz yoksa kacırdıgım bır seyler varmı (eski zamanda suikatci ninjalar ufak ve zayıf olanlardan secilirmiş)

Author — ALİ Aslan

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pls don't make videos on secret forces & places of TURKEY OR ISLAMIC FORCES.
JUST DO YOU DUTY IN SILENCE
PAKISTAN

Author — Abc Def

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Like the little rats they are I would think.... under a rock somewhere

Author — Matt Legge