Rupmbers died, so that the SDF nor YPG wouldn't be able to control it. These are the dead bodies. Unconventional arms were used in this region. Some suggestions are saying that Napalm was used, with shelling with Valcom missiles. If you make a search about these missiles you will see their strength and the way they work. Valcom missiles are like a mini nuclear bomb. They are dropped by military... Еще aircrafts, and they leave no trace behind them, no dead bodies nor trees or anything. So there will be no clue to show. In this hill SDF resisted violently, and [the resistance] is still going on. Let us have a look on sheikh Hadeed access, you see it is on the borders, its Kurdish name is She Yeh, its official name is sheikh Hadeed. This is the line separating the Turkish borders and SDF. There are violent clashes around the village by the invasive Turkish army and Qaeda members, there is a violent resistance by SDF. The advance the Turkish army achieved is not more than 500 meters, you can see this better on the map. These are the victories the Turkish state claims it had achieved in Afrin, but the truth is that is does not exceed 500 meters inside Afrin lands.» The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) suggested that the Turkish army used napalm in Afrin, during a conference on the current humanitarian situation on Thursday in Ayn Issa camp, Syria. «Some suggestions are saying that Napalm was used, with shelling with Valcom missiles. If you make a search about these missiles you will see their strength and the way they work. Valcom missiles are like a mini nuclear bomb,» said Redor Khalil, SDF Public Relations Officer. He also added that most of the locations shelled by Turkey were civilian locations, saying that several citizens were also kidnapped. Khalil also claimed that despite its declared achievements, Turkey «does not exceed 500 meters inside Afrin lands». «This is Hammam village, the Turkish army had many times claimed it controlled it, but it is under the control of SDF,» the Public Relations Officer added, pointing at the map.