The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) stopped a U.S. military convoy from entering the city of Al-Qamihsli in the northern part of the Al-Hasakah Governorate.

According to a report from the Al-Hasakah Governorate, the U.S. military convoy attempted to pass a Syrian Army checkpoint, but were prevented by the soldiers manning this post in Al-Qamishli city.

The report added that the U.S. military convoy had just traveled to Al-Qamishli from the southern Al-Hasakah town of Al-Shadaddi; however, they were forced to return to the latter.

Below is the video of the Syrian Army preventing the U.S. military from Al-Qamishli:

 

 

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Did they just take a wrong turn? Naaaa…..how cheeky of them to try something like this.

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No. There is a Kurdish and an Arab name to the city and many streets.
They picked the wrong road.

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You obviously don’t know how Americans work. They knew very well Syrian Army will do this. However, in their Mass Media this will be lightened as “Syrian Army prevented US reaching ISIS front lines”, or even worst “Syrian Army prevented US humanitarian convoy reaching starving Syrian citizens”… That’s why they did this!

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Join the discussion…They should have opened up on the convoy or at least arrested the criminals.