BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:10 A.M.) – The Turkish military carried out a large-scale attack on the Syrian Armed Forces’ positions in the Idlib, Latakia, and Aleppo governorates this weekend, causing significant damage to the army’s equipment and the death of a number of personnel.

The Turkish military released footage Friday of their attack on the Syrian Army’s positions, showing their drones hitting armored and technical vehicles, along with installations and air defense equipment.

In one such video, the Turkish military’s drone can be seen striking the Syrian Army’s Pantsir S-1 air defense system (video below), which was supplied to Syria by the Russian Armed Forces.

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Pampi Ta

Fake. This image is from Libya.

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Tartus 69

Total fake that’s the footage from the Israeli strike nearly two-years ago.

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No this footage from ufo attack by aliens

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This video is from Libya

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This is old fake news. The system belonged to Lybian army that was donated by UAE. It’s mounted on a german truck and not a Russian Kamaz. Best guess why it was hit is that the operator didn’t have any training in it. Most of the so called Turkish footage has already been proven to be from Lybia as their drones in Syria were annihilated by air defenses.

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Bravo Turkey!

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Dr. James Padgett

Get a brain transplant! all who know you in the slightest way will be ever so glad you did!