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DECEMBER 2021

Aleppo: Russian Warplanes Dropped Leaflets With Threats To Turkish-Backed Syrian Militants

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Aleppo: Russian Warplanes Dropped Leaflets With Threats To Turkish-Backed Syrian Militants

A Russian Su-24 strike aircraft in the sky over the Khmeimim airbase in Syria. Photo: Dmitriy Vinogradov / RIA Novosti

Late on October 16, warplanes of the Russian Aerospace Forces (VKS) dropped leaflets over the Turkish-occupied Syrian towns of Marea and Azaz warning Turkish-backed militants against launching any attack in the northern Aleppo countryside.

While the leaflets were dropped by Russian warplanes, they were in fact issued by the General Command of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

“You terrorists fight for a small bunch of money while your leaders are dismantling factories and plants and selling them to Erdogan’s brokers, looting the companies and institutions which were built by the locals of the northern [Aleppo] countryside, cutting the trees that they [the locals] paid for fro with their sweat and the food of their children … Wake up for the sake of your people and country … And know that Aleppo Al Shahba will stay [in the hands] of its honorable people,” one of the leaflets reads.

A day earlier, the Turkish military dropped leaflets over the Kurdish-held town of Tell Rifaat, where the SAA and Russian Forces are present, warning the locals of a near operation against the People’s Protection Units and the Kurdistan Workers’ Party. More leaflets with similar threats were dropped later on the village of Minaq.

According to a recent report by Reuters, the Turkish military and intelligence are preparing to take military action in the northern countryside of Aleppo, if diplomatic efforts fail to convince Kurdish forces to leave the region.

The leaflets dropped by the VKS indicate that the SAA and Russian forces will not tolerate any Turkish-led attack on Kurdish forces in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

Ankara is not only refusing to pull its troops out from the terrorist-infested region of Greater Idlib, but also attempting to expand its influence in other parts of Syria.

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Jnoub

FSA is too drugged to even read that

Cromwell

Who ? LOL!!

Chris Gr

Maybe Turkey should be attacked from Pontus?

Mario8282

With Erdo at the wheel, who needs to “attack” Turkey?

Last edited 1 month ago by Mario8282
Chris Gr

Greece, France, Russia, Romania and Serbia should unite.

block

Too much captagon financed by the saudis. One of their moronic “princelings” was detained and arrested in Lebanon for trying to import tonnes of captagon several years ago.

Jnoub

The Saudis and Zionist are trying to say Hezbollah is the one giving them captagon, to fit their narrative of Hezbollah drug trafficking globally

Chris Gr

Hezbollah is jihadi group. But Shia.

Blackbeard

That is not entirely accurate representation. Hezbollah are indeed a radical Shia Muslim based party, politically and militarily, However their origins are as a localized Lebanese resistance faction to the Israeli army occupation of southern Lebanon for two decades. That occupation was across the Shia Lebanese territories, and precluded them from accessing areas of own agrarian land and natural resources (water). It was like any military occupation, full of arbitrary incidents of hostility and violence by the occupiers. The result was Hezbollah, whose primary function for decades as to resist the invasion of their own territory by the neighboring Israeli military. And in the end they actually succeeded, as Israel grew weary of the military attrition and fully withdrew in 2000.

Last edited 1 month ago by Blackbeard
Chris Gr

HTS can say the same about Idlib. Amal is more moderate.

maz

We’re all jihadis – jihadi means struggling to improve oneself through hard work and toil and doesn’t mean what the West programmes the masses to believe…

Chris Gr

I know that

Robespierre

Idlib is dominated by HTS (formerly al-Nusra, otherwise known as al-Queida affiliates).
No such thing as FSA in 2021.
But yes, these militants are all amphetamine wired on Captagon.

Last edited 1 month ago by Robespierre
TopGum

Turkey seems to have overplayed it’s hand. They better come back with a better solution. Bombing towns while some of their soldiers got killed in action is not so smart at all. They knew from the beginning where they get themselves into. Now is not the time to play chicken. They will get in much bigger problems when they go on with this senseless vendetta. They won’t hit their chosen enemies, but probably also civilians. This won’t go unpunished.

Ivanus59

A turkey is playing chicken with a bear. Time to fry up some erdoganist goblins.

ATTILA

Anus anus 🖕🖕🪳🪳

HUMAN

Open, SHITtila! You (2nd person of “IT”) and the other UNHUMAN GENOCIDALS are the next, even if changing name in UNHUMAN proper one
If Putin and Biden snort, your BEASTultan gets the runs after talking with the ass

block

The turks absurd behavior is simply based on money for erdogan and his closest people.

Their actions are so absurd and irrational that only american, zionist, anglo paper games could convince such people of insane behavior.

They will all be destroyed in Syria. hts, militant kurdish traitors, turk armed forces etc. The SAA & allies have tolerated many crimes & atrocities. None are forgotten…

Chris Gr

LOL you seem to forget that HTS are against USA and that PKK was once supported by the Soviets.

Blackbeard

HTS are protected in Idlib by TAF, who are NATO. This would not happen without US-NATO green light.

Chris Gr

Turkey is going to get kicked out from NATO.

Michel LeBlanc

Dream on , turkey and nato are one, as log as they stealnfrom syria.

Ahson

turkey would collapse without western support. Turkey is Nato’s jihadi proxy. BTW, did you ever go to school? Are you educated?

maz

F off b!tch

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