BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Air Force carried out a powerful attack on a key site belonging to the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham in the southern countryside of the Idlib Governorate.

According to a military source in the nearby Hama Governorate, the Syrian Air Force destroyed a Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham weapons depot inside the town of Kafr Ata in southern Idlib on Sunday.

The source said the Syrian Air Force’s attack on the jihadist weapons depot caused a powerful explosion that could be heard throughout northern Hama and southern Idlib.

The Syrian Air Force has recently stepped up their airstrikes in northwestern Syria following the collapse of a 48-hour ceasefire that was promoted by the Turkish Armed Forces.

The ceasefire would be short-lived as the jihadists of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham launched an attack on the town of Huwayz shortly after it was announced.

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Sweet Robert
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Sweet Robert

Turks sending more ammo. US selling Turks weapons. Keep seeking, finding, and destroying. Good work SAA!

al-Nakba v2.0
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Actually, most of Turkish weapons are locally made, even their F-16 were built in Turkey. Turkey is not at all a good client for US arms, in fact, they have a very serious domestic military-industrial complex able to build fighter-jets, drones, missiles, armoured vehicles, they also are an impressive OEM maker for small arms, you’d be puzzled on how many pistols, carbines and shotguns they export to the USA! Oh, these are rebranded at the name of US companies, but these are manufactured in Turkey for many decades… You buy a Colt AR-15, a Springfield M1 Carbine or a Smith… Read more »

al-Nakba v2.0
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Add to this that there are just a few days left with the US ultimatum, then Turkey will fall under the CAATSA law, so they won’t even be allowed to buy spare parts from the US.
Nevertheless, us take a look at Turkish Armed Forces inventory, you’ll be in for a surprise : Iran uses more US-made weapons than Turkey!