Turkey sent Syrian jihadist mercenaries to Misrata, Libya

At least one Turkish military plane has transported Syrian mercenary jihadists to Libya, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) sources said.

According to SOHR sources, on the evening of Wednesday, October 5, a Turkish plane took off from the airport of the Turkish capital, Ankara, carrying a new batch of Syrian mercenaries recruited by the Turkish intelligence service who arrived in Misrata, Libya to join the Libya war.

On September 13, SOHR activists reported intense mass discontent among Syrian mercenaries in Libya, between a commander and jihadist mercenaries under his command, over the delay in transporting a young dead mercenary back to Syria for burial, who belonged to the Turkmen Brigade. Sultan Murad.

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