Hasakah, Syria (6:56 P.M.) – The National Defense Forces (NDF) advanced in the city center of the provincial capital of Hasakah province seizing control of the New Hospital and Amal in the Marsho area.

In addition to that, the NDF managed to capture 14 Asayish fighters near Marsho. This escalation in violence in the usually peaceful city comes after Kurdish Asayish fighters assaulted NDF fighters and imprisoned family members of the pro-government paramilitary force during the night.

The Syrian Army has yet to fully intervene in the conflict with the exception of 10 airstrikes targeting Asayish headquarters and movements in the city.

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Luis Llo Glez
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Luis Llo Glez

It’s time for the kurds to learn that Syria is a multi ethnic, multi confessional country…

Amir Ibrahim
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Amir Ibrahim

It’ s time for the kurd to taste some mustard..not talking about sauce

Castellano
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Castellano

You should be kidding, advocating Kurd ethnic cleansing & genocide? Only Saddam or IS cheerleaders support that…

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

It’s time for Rojava independence. And to send the Rafale for help.
http://www.airteamimages.com/pics/247/247314_800.jpg
We had the Jaguar diplomacy in the 70’s/80’s :
http://www.airteamimages.com/pics/68/68316_800.jpg
Time to switch to a more modern kind of diplomacy 🙂

ErikWar19
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ErikWar19

yes in a multi ethnical country…like syria….until 2011….than syrian arabish civilians started to support the IS…..-.- good education mh?

Kopfz
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Kopfz

The Kurds need to really reel it back. They’re going find themselves fighting everyone.

kit
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kit

Both sides are premature with this, the Kurds have an active front in the west and the SAA have ones all over the country! They don’t have the men, jets, bullets to spare.

dyman
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dyman

Are they seriously asking russia to bomb them? Honestly the kurds should just abide by the government by now.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Russians help the kurds, so do the westerners. Everyone agreed on an autonomous or independent Rojava… Assad just choose independent…
If SyAAF goes on bombing, UN may put a No Fly Zone over and all SyAAF jets will get shot down.
This is very very likely to happen and russians won’t veto it.

David Lange
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David Lange

I pray they can go back to fighting their common enemy, ISIS and the foreign backed opposition. This is just sad.

Castellano
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Castellano

agree

jojo
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jojo

The Kurds just want to break off part of Syria for themselves. That is their long term goal.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Not forcibly break off : it’s either having an autonomous region in a federal country or independence. By over reacting, Assad just choose for them, Syria’s gonna be partitioned.

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That’s what you think. Not to mention Assayish fired the first bullet. NOT the other way.

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prince teutonic

They should send responsible for this incident on both sides to the other meat-grinder fronts! And bring some sensible troops in the city…

Angel Garcia
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Angel Garcia

Que se jodan los putos kurdos que los expulsen de Siria por perros traidores

ErikWar19
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ErikWar19

so basicly 10 saa-airstrikes in a former preacefull city and one gain by the pro-gov troops, while kurdish forces occupied other regions…

Death to Mohammed
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Death to Mohammed

This is a lie and propaganda and the Kurds are taking over Hasakah and soon Qamishli.

Ray
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Ray

Kurds are terrorists and should not be allowed autonomy, majority of the problems stem from them. They are backstabbers, liars and gypsies, full of greed lies and deception. Have created many genocides in the past 100s years against the indegenious Assyrians. If anyone disagrees them you are a terrorist as well and you need to take a step back.

Olav Torheim
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Olav Torheim

Zio-Kurds f**k off!

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Better Zio-kurd than ZerOlav

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Tell the Syrians that one derp