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BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – A group of Turkish-backed militants attempted to infiltrate the defenses of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the Tal Tamr countryside on Saturday, resulting in heavy clashes between the warring parties.

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According to reports from the Al-Hasakah Governorate, the Turkish-backed militants attacked the defenses of the SDF and SAA near the town of Dardara; however, they were unsuccessful in infiltrating their positions.

At the same time, the Turkish-backed militants continued their attacks on the SDF and SAA defenses in northern Syria, striking a number of sites in the Manbij, ‘Ayn ‘Issa, and Tal Tamr areas.

These attacks by the Turkish-backed militants have become more prevalent over the past few weeks, as they respond to the Syrian Army’s offensives Idlib and Aleppo by launching their own operations in northeast Syria.

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FairsFair
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FairsFair
2020-02-23 10:56

End game now for the Syrian v Turk chess match.
The Turk has pushed his forward powerful queen piece into play. The Syrians have the Russian rook and knight pieces keeping Turkish rooks in their place while Syrian bishops, knight and rook pick off jihadi pawns.
It will indeed be ironic should President Assad of Syria last longer than President Erdogan of Turkey who has been trying to oust the former these last 9 years.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-02-24 02:08
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You forget that it’s a multiplayer 3D chess and nobody follows the rules.

Sweet Robert
Sweet Robert
2020-02-24 08:53
Reply to  Daeshbags-Sux

No such thing as 3D chess, rules are laws, Fair is Fair, and Israel’s created Daeshbags Sux.

human
human
2020-02-23 11:51

Time to repel GENOCIDALS INVADERS AND ITS nazislamic and to create a free Kurdistan it was only to destroy MERDolfgan hyposultanate

kinggeor
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kinggeor
2020-02-23 17:08
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There is no such place as free Kudistan, that ship has sailed by decades of betrayal across the region by their tribal gang leaders who have betrayed their host and non assimilation as country men from Armenia to Iran, Iraq, Turkey and Syria.

Daeshbags-Sux
Daeshbags-Sux
2020-02-24 02:05
Reply to  kinggeor

Kurdistan was to take place with the Sèvres Treaty. There are 40 millions Kurds in the region and they were here LONG before Turks and Arabs.
The only treason was the one the League of Nation did towards the Kurds by allowing the creation of Turkey rather than doing the Sèvres Treaty that took enthincities in consideration, period!
What a terrible lack of historical knowledge.