Syria

DAMASCUS, SYRIA (4:10 P.M.) – Huge convoy sent by the International Coalition has entered the Syrian territories as Washington continues to back a Kurdish group in northeastern Syria.

The convoy consists of more than 300 trucks carrying armored vehicles, ammunition and logistics, destined for the Syrian Democratic Forces SDF.

The trucks made it into the SDF-controlled territories through Faysh Khabur border crossing which links northeastern Syria to Kurdistan.

The newly-arrived military aid aim at supporting the Kurdish forces in its fight against the Islamic State terror group.


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jimbim
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jimbim

ISIS is almost defeated in the kurdish occupied territory, but hundrets of trucks with weapons have poured in from Iraq.
US/Coalition are preparing the Kurds for the final battle……to fight the Syrian Army and the Turks.

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Kurds have zero intention to fight against SAA, they even already proposed to help at clearing Idlib… Moreover, engaging both SAA and the HUGE Turkish army would require way more manpower and gear they have. Once teaming with SAA, they would be able to oust Turkish proxies, especially if coalition provides air-support. At the same time, such huge equipment, the fact that air-defense radars usually associated with Patriot batteries (no communiqué about the presence of such batteries, but… These have no use without!) have been deployed and the fact that coalition fighter jets intervened on any strike attempt against Rojava… Read more »