BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:30 P.M.) – A U.S. military convoy entered Syria this weekend to deliver new equipment to the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), the pro-militant Halab Today TV reported on Saturday.

According to the report, the U.S. military convoy consisted of many trucks and entered northeastern Syria from northwestern Iraq.

The Syrian Democratic Forces are still hunting down the remaining Islamic State terrorists that are hiding east of the Euphrates.

However, the SDF may soon find themselves busy in northern Syria as the Turkish Armed Forces are allegedly planning to invade the two towns of Manbij (northeastern Aleppo) and Tal Abyad (northern Al-Raqqa).

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Stern Daler

All I see is one transported armored recon vehicle and a number of civilian trucks. Where is the heavy equipment?

This Halab Today TV aka Aleppo Today (Arabic: قناة حلب اليوم‎) is a television news channel associated with Syria’s so called armed opposition. The channel originally broadcasted from Aleppo but later moved its operations to an undisclosed location outside of Syria due to pressure from the government – means a terrorist station that was cleared from Aleppo when the SAA took over and peddles Turkish propaganda from Turkish or Turkish occupied territories now.

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Nestor Arapa

Parece que va en serio este conflicto…

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Entering illegal a country again, that is the USA for you..

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Yet another who prefers a Turkish invasion

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@Al Habibi v. 2.0, Abele did not research what Aleppo Today stands for.

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Both countries are illegal in Syria, both are responsible for the war in Syria

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@Von Abele, a Turkish Jihadi anti Kurdish propaganda channel can be no proof of anything.

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It shows how dumb you Western jihadi propagandists are, the US and Turkish regime are both jihadi supporters.

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@Von Abele, thx for calling me a dumb Western jihadi propagandist. You “smarty” slept since God knows when.
So You missed that the jihadi became the Turkish Sultan’s 2.0 new Akıncıs. And it is the Muslim Brotherhood states of Turkey and Qatar that support, pay and arm them now.

The US have stopped to use these unreliable murderer gangs since years – they have taken on Kurdish mercenaries instead. And the Kurds fight the Turkish Sultan’s Akıncıs for oil and land.

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They are invited by the government of the NES, fully legal.

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Their is no NES, an illegal proxy American project to break Syria,

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The NES are no recognized state and can invite nobody.

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SDF gets more and more support for reconstruction. The only place where life is getting better in Syria is in their lands. Improved security, progress in basic services, education and health services, revamping irrigation systems. If all goes well, next year will provide an even larger bumper crop, with less lossess to arson by IS, Turkey and Assad. If, as US is urging, reconciliation between SDF and KNC takes place, doubtful, it will see some 5 k fighters and equipment and 200k civilians returning to Rojava. As there is hardly any fighting, all military deliveries will enlarge stocks of military… Read more »

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prince teutonic

At least US can’t give Kurds air support now since Erdowan obtained S-400…

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That’s what he may think… he may be in for a bad surprise… And forget that French don’t give a fück about S-400 : Rafale can come enough close to target it with an AASM Hammer (guided bomb) and SCALP is stealth and outguns S-400 in terms of range… If he think he’ll do the same as with the Russian Su-24M and get away with it with Yanks/EU, he’s seriously deluded.

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@Al Habibi v. 2.0, Erdogan does not care but heads to a showdown over energy. His potential opponents besides Arab and Kurdish Syrians. Egypt, Israel, Gulf and EU countries…

Turkey has been already surrounded by countries with old and new grievances.

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Of course they can. Can you imagine what would happen if turkey threatened a single US plane? The presidential palace would be blown to pieces and Erdogan would immediately become a fugitive.