The Syrian Arab Army's 154th Regiment is seen directing the U.S. military to turn around near the village of Mansef Al-Tahtani in the Tal Tamr countryside on Friday, July 10th, 2020.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 P.M.) – A video circulating on social media sites showed a Syrian Arab Army (SAA) officer, who halted a U.S. military convoy in Al-Hasakah, threatening to burn their patrol if they returned to the same checkpoint again.

The video clip shows the Syrian officer telling the U.S. translator: “Do you understand what I told you? If they return tomorrow, I will burn the patrol, including them,” and there was no American vehicle but it returned its tracks without any objection.”

The video was widely spread on social media, and received massive reactions from the people who shared it, and the tweeters explained that the incident occurred in the countryside of Tel Tamr in the village of Mansef Al-Tahtani.

It is noteworthy to mention that Damascus announced that they will take control of all areas in Idlib and east of the Euphrates, which includes the oil fields and areas under the control of the U.S. military.

The U.S. maintains that their forces will remain in Syria until the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) is fully defeated, with some in Washington pushing to keep the American military there until a political solution is achieved.

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Sule Suleiman Taura
Sule Suleiman Taura
2020-07-14 01:53

That’s great! I will like the Americans to leave the Syrian soil as it belongs to the Syrians.

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2020-07-16 00:12

The problem is if they do this, you’ll end with the Turks filling the vacuum immediately just like they did when the Yankees already withdrew.. What is needed is SAA being able to immediately take the relay and they already have serious job to do in Idlib, Aleppo and Afrin. US have no intention to stay forever, unlike the Turks who made their intentions clear. That’s what many don’t get with the Yankee : you can do pretty well interacting with them: they’re not the worst thing to deal with, look, they helped a LOT at getting rid from ISIS… Read more »

Sucka Fish
Sucka Fish
2020-07-19 08:34
Reply to  Daeshbags Sux

They were training the terrorists in Jordan. Including ISis. They knew who the jihadi headchoppers were because they had beards and wouldn’t smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol. Turkey is overextended along with being in Syria, they couldn’t count on NATO support if attacked. Besides the rest of NATO don’t want to help Turkey anyways. Erdocrap has pissed off pretty much everyone.

Sucka Fish
Sucka Fish
2020-07-19 08:37
Reply to  Daeshbags Sux

Bottom line is US forces are there for nobody’s benefit except their own, and Israel’s. Kurds quickly found this out. Kurds thought US was gonna help create Kurdistan. Lol. Nope. Before they were considered Syrians, and now they’re traitors.

Lex
Lex
2020-07-14 02:25

Kick the thieving fkrs out