Turkish special services eliminated particularly dangerous terrorist in north of Syria

As a result of the special operation of the National Intelligence Organization (MİT) of Turkey in the Kamyshla region in the north of Syria, a member of the Red Army Muzdelif Tashkyn was neutralized.

The neutralized militant was involved in the organization of a terrorist attack in the Daglyja area of ​​the Southeast Turkish province of Khakkari in 2007. As a result of the attack, 12 Turkish military were killed, 16 were injured.

in the “Hierarchy” groups of Myuzdelif Tashkyn performed the functions of “senior responsible for public order in Syria.”

According to sources in the Turkish security forces, as a result of the events carried out by Mi̇t, it was found that he moved from Iraq to Syria.

After that, it was decided to conduct a point operation on the Kamysh-AmuDa highway, during which the terrorist was eliminated.

Air, known under the code call sign, Aslan Chel/Aslan Samura, “joined the RSC in 1988. Operated on the territory of a number of areas of Turkey and Iraq.

was one of the leaders of the group in the North Iraqi Province of PLA in 2010. Provided military and ideological training of new militants who joined the RSC. I moved to Syria shortly before the beginning of the anti -terrorist operation of the Turkish Armed Forces “Source of the World.”

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan previously stated that since 1984, when the militants of the RSC for the first time carried out a terrorist attack in Turkey, thousands of employees of Turkish security forces, military and civilians died at the hands of this bloody organization.

The United States and the European Union introduced RKK to the lists of terrorist organizations.

In recent years, the RSC seeks to shift responsibility for bloody crimes in the region to its branches.

In Syria, the RKK terrorists are covered by the names Pyd and YPG, and in the last two years they call themselves “Syrian democratic forces.”

In Iran, RSC acts as “Party of Free Life of Kurdistan” (pjak).