BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:10 A.M.) – A Syrian Arab Army (SAA) spy recently filmed from a town that is controlled by both the Turkish and U.S. armies in northern Syria.

According to the official media wing of the Tiger Forces, a Syrian Army spy recently filmed from the town of Manbij in northeastern Aleppo.

Manbij was the site of turmoil over the Summer, when the Turkish military demanded the complete withdrawal of the Kurdish-led People’s Protection Units (YPG) from the town.

However, the U.S. eased tensions with their NATO ally by deploying their troops to Manbij; they are now conducting joint patrols with the Turkish Army.

As shown in the video footage below, the Syrian Army operative is traveling through Manbij and filming from inside the town’s center:

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Had they asked permission they could have filmed this openly. The filming is always biased as the filmer chooses his shots and can be partial there.

As far as it goes, the city looks mostly fine, much better than Hama, Homs and old Aleppo.

MMC does well governing the city. Trade is flourishing.

Thank you for the movie, it enhances my faith in MMC and SDF.

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Gee what’s with the music? Why not some James bond music instead? Lol