BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The U.S. military has delivered more supplies to the Kurdish-led forces in northern Syria recently, despite Turkey’s outspoken disapproval.

According to activists from the Syrian Democratic Forces, their troops received new military supplies from the U.S. Army in the northern province of Al-Hasakah.

The U.S. Army convoy consisted of more than 200 trucks that were filled with weapons, military equipment, and ammunition.

The convoy reportedly entered the Al-Hasakah Governorate from the Simalkah Crossing that is controlled by both the Syrian Democratic Forces and Iraqi border guards.

These new supplies should give the Syrian Democratic Forces a major boost in their current battle against the so-called Islamic State (ISIS) in southeast Al-Hasakah.

 

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the zio slaves must have sold their souls to the ameritards

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Like Khomeini for the IranGate deal?

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The Syrian people are “zio slaves” ? LOL. You should take more Captagon.

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Yanks should deliver SkyCeptor since Turkey will have S-400 and S-400 can also be used against ground targets, delivering 36,000 tungsten pellets at more than 3000m/s… Gigantic shotgun…
Kurds will seen de serious anti-ballistic thing and a Skyceptor “Stunner” interceptor costs only $450,000 which is pretty cheap for such an asset. 2nd hand Patriot-3 batteries can be used with the Stunner.