Turkish intelligence neutralizes a leader of the “PKK” in Syria


The Turkish intelligence service managed to neutralize the leader of the terrorist “PKK / YPG” organization, Muhammad Aydin, in the city of Al-Darbasiyah in Al-Hasakah Governorate, northeastern Syria.


On Sunday, security sources reported that the Turkish intelligence service had obtained information about the presence of the terrorist, nicknamed “Kahraman Aydin / Rojvan Van) in Ad-Darbasiyah.

Aydin is the so-called “responsible” of the Amuda and Ad-Darbasiyah regions in the organization’s ranks.

The sources added that Aydin al-Malhaq had been neutralized on charges of “belonging to an armed terrorist organization” by targeting him directly.

The sources stated that Aiden joined the ranks of the organization in 2005 after coming from Iran, and was active for a period in the countryside of Tongeli (eastern Turkey), and in the countryside of Amanos in the state of Hatay (southern Turkey) between 2010-2013.


In 2013, he became a “regiment official” in Ayn al-Arab (Kobani) in the Syrian countryside of Aleppo, and in 2015 a “front official” in Afrin in the countryside of Aleppo, and later became a “responsible” of the Amuda and Darbasiyah regions.

The sources reported that Aydin participated in the process of detaining villagers in the Turkish district of Dortyol, and threatening them with death in 2013.