Soldiers of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) intercepted a military convoy of the US-led international coalition in the Syrian al-Hassakah province.
The convoy was intercepted when it attempted to pass through a SAA checkpoint near the village of Tell al-Dahab south of Qamishli. U.S. military failed and had to turn back.
The convoy consisted of 5 armor vehicles of the US forces accompanied with SDF militia’s vehicles.
Another convoy of the US-led coalition was intercepted by local government supporters on December 11 in the town of al-Matiniyah which is located to the south of the city of al-Qamishli in the northern countryside of al-Hasakah.
Locals, pro-government fighters and SAA personnel are intercepting US-led coalition convoys in northeastern Syria on a regular basis.
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The US needs to buy a map that shoes them the way home. Only charlatans and thieves support the rampant US plunder of other nations.
” shows ” .
shoo’s is fine. 😁
Iraqi pro Iran militias told america they have until dec31 to leave Iraq, or they’ll attack them. I wonder if Syrian and Iraqi pro Iran militias will coordinate their attacks
I find it hard to believe that the U.S. military doesn’t know where the SAA checkpoints are. This is just more sabre rattling, as if they think they will intimidate the SAA into leaving the area. Rules of engagement clearly prohibit the U.S. and its stooges from forcing their way through, based on these type of incidents. I am curious as to what type of checkpoints the SAA has, and how or what assets they have to defend them. The picture provided there doesn’t show much of anything, other than sandbags and a somewhat fortified structure. Could the SAA even prevent the U.S. convoy from moving through, if they forced their way through?