BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:15 P.M.) – A huge convoy from the US Coalition entered the eastern region of Syria last night in order to assist with the Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) last offensive against the Islamic State (ISIS).

According to SDF activists, the huge US Coalition convoy consisted of over 200 trucks carrying military equipment towards the southern countryside of the Al-Hasakah Governorate.

These military supplies will be given to the Syrian Democratic Forces in southern Al-Hasakah, as they continue their field operations against the Islamic State terrorists in this desert region.

As shown in the video below, the 200+ trucks made their way to southern Al-Hasakah under the cover of night:

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Since capturing the entire border region north of Albukamal, the US-backed forces have been concentrating on the Al-Hasakah Desert, where the Islamic State has carved out a hiding spot to evade capture.

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arming their zio terrorists with no shame as usual – illegal occupiers indeed

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Oh sure, the Syrian people in the DFNS are “illegal occupiers”. Grow up, stupid jihadi.

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Ah, Kurdish Syrians are illegal occupiers? I thought they were Syrian citizens that the govt. let down when they were under ISIS attack, so they 1st called for French/German help and got it, then later called for US help since Syrian govt barely did nothing against (Iranian created) Daesh which was taking areas from FSA (mostly by proposing highr salaries) without messing with SAA. It was only after the retaking of Aleppo in December 2016 that SAA really started to fight ISIS. Until then, only SDF/YPG were REALLY fighting the cockroaches in Syria! But hey, since Daesh is a merge… Read more »

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I suspect that there will also be an attempt to justify US forces attacking the crossing points into Iraq on the Western banks of the Euphrates .

I would think that the SAA and allies will be on high alert together with the Peoples Protection Units within Iraq to prevent any US adventurism 🙂

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Iraqi PMU didn’t even pledged allegiance to Iraq, LOL, they pledged allegiance to Khamenei! Little problems : Iraqis are not willing their country to become a puppet state to Iran. During recent protests in Basra, they even burnt Khomeini’s portraits and also burnt Kataib Hezbollah’s HQ to the ground. Note also that Iraqi govt emitted ZERO protest when Iranian-backed Iraqi militia had its HQ bombed near Deir-Ezzor a few weeks ago. Iraqi govt was even furious when Soleimani attributed the liberation of Mosul to himself… Hey, al-Maliki is gone and Iran is seriously losing influence in Iraq, moreover, Iraqis who… Read more »