BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The U.S. military reportedly sent dozens of trucks filled with equipment to Syria’s Deir Ezzor Governorate this week, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).

According to the SOHR report, hundreds of trucks carrying military and logistical equipment were transported to the territories under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

The U.S. military trucks reportedly crossed into eastern Syria from the Simalka Crossing that links the country with neighboring Iraq.

The SOHR report added that a total of 1,115 U.S. military trucks have traveled to the SDF-held areas in Deir Ezzor since the start of the new year.

The Syrian Democratic Forces currently controls most of Deir Ezzor’s eastern region, including its vital oil fields that are located near the Iraqi border.

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We’re obviously living in times where insanity has became a bigger problem than famine, despite huge progresses in psychiatry.

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US supports its allies in Syria. It helps, in a modest way; the reconstruction of the region. Not by involving big business, like Russia and Turkey are doing with their almost nonexistant efforts. But by stimulating selfreliance of the people

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you got to be kidding they are uninvited quest helping the option…

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Sorry downvoting girls. Cant help you start facing reality.

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Your a clown with tiny tiny and very low IQ. Go to school mate. And if you did then your a worse clown than I thought!, lol

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Factions within the U.S. government had plans to overthrow the Syrian Government as well as the governments of multiple Arab nations long before the Syrian conflict began. Billions of dollars were poured into weapons, training, intel and salaries for the mercenary groups in the area. Both Turkey and Jordan were used as staging grounds for training radical mercenaries, often under the guise of humanitarian efforts through U.S. backed NGOs. To paint the U.S. as some kind of benevolent force is beyond naive. Their goal is not to help the people, they don’t even help the people of their own country.… Read more »