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In Video: Turkish Army’s Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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The video shows the Turkish Army’s military column burning west of the town of Saraqib. This column was destroyed by Syrian Army artillery strikes in response to the Turkish military’s attempt to protect al-Qaeda-linked militants in the area. The Syrians destroyed at least one M60T battle tank, a M106 mortar carrier and several vehicles.

Photos providing a closer look at the very same Turkish military convoy were released on February 10:

In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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In Video: Turkish Army's Military Convoy Burning Near Saraqib Following Syrian Army Strikes

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  • Black Waters

    Nice.

  • antoun

    nice but south front sleeping

  • AJ

    At least they didnt hit the big wheel!!

    • Hanny Benny

      my wife says the same ;)

    • FlorianGeyer

      The Wheel of Fortune :)

      • Zionism = EVIL

        ErDOGan’s wheel of misfortune in this case :)

        • Luke Hemmming

          Hehehe

      • Oscar Silva Martinez

        Sometimes you are up and sometimes you are down, it looks like the terrorists and their sponsors are way down this time.

    • PZIVJ

      Looks like a good OP.
      SAA can put some spotters at the top. :)

  • Hanny Benny

    JUST BEAUTIFUL ..!!
    jihaShitters get calipHell :) :)

  • Karen Bartlett

    Yay! God bless the SAA!

  • Daniel Martin

    This is the price you pay when you are protecting terrorists in foreign lands against its national army who’s in the progress of liberating it from the same menace.

    • Zionism = EVIL

      Nothing like the smell of cooked Turkey in the morning.

  • gustavo

    Just great, this is the way to deal wit Erdogan.

  • Wegan

    Old footage though. It’s not being reported here but the Turks apparently are taking a beating. Moral is extremely low among Jihadists and the Turks burning down is not helping at all.
    The Jihadists lost their best fortified defenses and their best troops. It’s really the end. It’s just they don’t know it.
    We will see more suicide attacks as a result of desperation. This is going to be our cue that Jihadism collapsed.
    Al-Tanf next. Then a deal with the Kurds. If no deal (because of US interference) then small little war with some sneaky ineffective help from Israeli for the kurds. @ more months Syria will be whole and the Chinese will show up for reconstruction with the Russians and Iranians.

    • ALEPPO327

      I think they should leave al-tanf area as the last place.. just to crush the moral of the tanf terrorists.
      It would be crushing to know that an army that killed thousands of your “jihadi brethren” against impossible odds is now fully commited to take the land that you occupy.

      • Wegan

        That’s the problem. There are no terrorist al Al tanf . It’s a refugee camp used as a human shield for the Americans to cut the connection between Iraq and Syria. Living conditions are horrible there.

        • good american

          Are you sure? Weren’t they getting trained near there and then attacking Palmyra?

          • Wegan

            True, they bring in people crossing from Jordan and train them but not the ones in the camp, those ones are underfed, lacking in hygiene and most are women, children and old people. Several died already. It’s a human catastrophe. The US will be tried for this concentration camp one day. It’s a crime against humanity.

        • Lee Vanderheiden

          I was curious about Al Tanf so did a quick web search. Here is what I found:
          “al-Tanf has in 2019 has more to do with a conflict with Iran. The base is positioned along a crucial highway stretching east into Iraq, and onward to Iran, and west toward Damascus. Thwarting Iran and its proxies from accessing the Mediterranean coast, bringing weapons and money along the way, has been an undeclared priority of hawkish U.S. officials…” Also, “Al-Tanf is just a few miles away from the squalor of a refugee camp called Rukban, where at least 10,000 people live without access to running water and children die from exposure. The U.S. is not interested in their fate. At the Aspen Security Forum in the summer, Amb. Jim Jeffrey, one of the Trump administration’s most senior Syria policymakers, denied responsibility for Rukban. Administering humanitarian aid from al-Tanf, he argued, would risk making the U.S. presence look like it would last “forever.” https://www.thedailybeast.com/last-us-base-in-syria-is-everything-wrong-with-trumps-war?ref=scroll

          • Wegan

            Russia and Syria attempted several times to convince the US to let go of the poor people there. But if they do the SAA will annihilate them. So they keep the refugees as a human shield

    • wwinsti

      I was under the impression that they were falling back to Idlib city proper, where they would engage the Syrian army in an Aleppo-like slug fest. Western media will cry anew about the 500th hospital being bombed.

      • palegreendot

        It will be time to turn off the Eiffel Tower lights again, in a show of solidarity with HTS. Late last night my wife and I were heading home from work…I’ll actually listen to NPR sometimes as a peace offering (she hates Trump)…and some pro-jihadi faggot was screeching about the massacres occurring in Idlib. The SAA has to deal with the real thing, but we in the West are subjected to non-stop propaganda, and the interminable wailing of pro-jihadi pseudo-humanitarian psychopaths.

        • Concrete Mike

          Dont you love it, when these jihadi apologists go on taxpayer funded radio.

          CBC was horrible for that in 2016, now there is just some bitch squawking the israeli line but in beirut.

      • Wegan

        They have almost nothing left of an army. They are scattered all over the place. They try to make a pocket of resistance in some areas with Turkish help. The Turks were counting on them because they know the terrain but several of the fled. And if they go to a group they are not welcome, they can’t feed them, clothe them and shelter them. Resources are scarce right now.
        The Syrians and the Russians know this, that’s why they are not in a rush to make a deal. The more viable land they take the more unpractical supporting the Jihadists will be.

        • FlorianGeyer

          Erdo has still not deployed his infantry to Idlib.

          The possible reasons for this are many and varied. The Turkish infantry’s 100% lack of real warfighting experience and the danger that thousands could die in Syria, being just two.

          When and IF erdo has a lucid moment, he should consider the benefits to Turkey of withdrawing completely from all of Syria and watching ths jihadis being eradicated by the SAA and allies.

          • Lee Vanderheiden

            I saw video of Turkish troops in Idlib embedded with the terrorists last night. The soldiers walking up the street were identified as Turks by the reporter. Also, just saw tonight from Israeli News Live the huge amount of military equipment and troops being amassed at the Turkish border for another crossing. Erdogan looks like he is serious here.

          • FlorianGeyer

            The Turkish troops you saw were commando types who are to lead and coordinate the Al Nusra jihadis.

            I have seen NO Turkish Army infantry batallions being deployed.

          • Luke Hemmming

            The problem for Turkey is that it has no air support to protect its ground forces. Apparently a turkish f16 tried to enter Syrian airspace but was chased away by a Russian su35.

          • Wegan

            By the time he does, if he has the will to do so. It will not be fruitful. Most valuable land would have been taken by the SAA. What is left has no immediate economic and will be just an expense. And if he can’t pay, they will turn on him. That’s how it played out always in history. The Mercenary Giustiniani was hired by Constantinople to protect it from the siege laid by the Turks, he was licking their ass until the emperor stopped paying. Giustiniani left and Constantinople fell. These HTS and the Free Syrian army, need money to keep going. Turkey was able to sustain that because they were also generating tax income from the population. But now with less territory and less people, it’s going to be extremely costly. That’s why Erdogan wants the SAA to retreat behind the observation posts. He will let go of Idlib. It’s lost.

          • FlorianGeyer

            I agree. The game is up, the loot is gone and the thieves are at each other throats.

            The only goods of any value left for Turkey and the bands of jihadi’s in Turkish Idlibistan are the body organs of the refugees.

      • roland

        I think even the western media seems lost the motivation to help the jihadist while you do hear a few bleats here and there there isn’t much media coverage about syria these days that’s the case in Australia at least

      • Lee Vanderheiden

        Yes, and I see the White Helmets are already making their videos. Saying the SAA targeted them in Idlib (I guess when they put the guns down to put on their hats). Also the targeting of civilians. Yes, those bad, bad Syrians.

    • Lee Vanderheiden

      A good scenario. Syria deserves to have good fortune.

  • Shibumi

    Good job!!! ✌️✌️✌️

    • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

      You see guys, this right ^here^ is a Good Kurd :)

  • Xoli Xoli

    SAA make sure none of this rusty crap armor cars leave Syria.

  • V. Mecki

    35°52’04.8″N 36°45’08.0″E
    35.867997, 36.752224

  • nick1111

    Time to drop some ammo on Erdogan head

  • FlorianGeyer

    Erdo Dog is obviously infected with rabies that has sent him barking mad. The rather fat US dog that bit Erdo during a failed mating session in the White House, was in turn bitten by a mangi Israeli dog with a big nose in Jerusalem apparently :)

    Russia has sent dog catchers to euthanase these poor creatures and will incinerate them with Tos Missiles.

  • Assad must stay

    Truly excellent SAA keeep pounding and obliterating the torki lorki invaders

    • Lee Vanderheiden

      Turkey is getting ready to send hundreds of more military equipment and troops. Israeli News Live: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2Jtx2L9WWc

      • Lee Vanderheiden

        Can’t verify if this is the first crossing or a second crossing in the making.

      • Assad must stay

        hundreds more military equipment and troops to be destroyed :))))

  • Jacob Wohl

    NATO preparing very intense air strikes against the Assad Regime in Idlib to assist our Turkish Ally. France’s aircraft carrier is only 40 miles off the Syrian Coast and awaiting orders to flatten Butcher Regime’s positions all across Syria. Rumored name for this NATO/US/Turkish operation is “Operation Humane Resolve”!!

    Get ready, USA and France are preparing even larger air campaigns against the Regime than against ISIS. The Regime is nearing its end. And the Russkies will sit back and watch like the good little regional power they are.

    • Daily Beatings

      Remember, pencil this prediction on your calendar so we can all laugh at Jacob when it doesn’t come true.

      • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

        just look at the size of his nasal honker 😂

      • Jacob Wohl

        Will do, antisemite

        • Daily Beatings

          Who knew that using a pencil was antisemitic?

  • Jacob Wohl

    UNCONFIRMED: France and the USA have accepted Turkey’s plea for assistance against the Assad Regime. USS Abrahalm Lincoln and France’s Navy Charles De Gaulle will soon be launching a massive air campaign against the regime’s troops in Idlib to assist the Turkish Army and their FSA rebel allies.

    • Daily Beatings

      Macron is too busy with the protests. He’s fighting for his political future.

      • Jacob Wohl

        they aren’t protests, they’re too small to be considered protests. Plus there’s literally NO media coverage of it since it isn’t important or that serious at all

        • Daily Beatings

          Protest numbers have been between 300,000 and 30,000 for well over a year. No MSM coverage because the protester’s demands don’t coincide with the business/security state.

          “Facts do not cease to exist because they are ignored.” – Aldous Huxley

        • Arch Bungle

          There is active media coverage on anything except cnn bbc fox and the joo owned media outlets.

        • Ed

          You’re wrong Jacob. Every cities in France have or are protesting. They’re are now fighting for their retirements right since the past month. But of course the media are controlled by the french governments and all reporters get beat up by the French police.

    • PZIVJ

      UNCONFIRMED: Jacob Wohl is facing up to ten years in Chino State Prison.
      It is a very short drive from his home town of Corona.
      If you drop the soap, you will find a new boyfriend there. :)

      • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

        Bilal Kareem will be Jacob’s boyfriend in Chino State once Idlib is liberated and Kareem is deported to America 😂

      • Jacob Wohl

        CONFIRMED: you’re an antisemite who wants to rub it in how much he loves the Third Reich by naming his profile after a Nazi killing machine

        • Arch Bungle

          Which semites are we talking about here? Palestinians? Syrians?

    • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

      Great, Syrian Coastal Defense forces will sink your Charles de FAG carrier with their K-300P bastion.

      • Jacob Wohl

        Not a chance, those pesky anti-ship missiles cant harm a fly. Plus Charles De Gaulle is 40 miles away WAY out of range of Syrian old soviet era missiles

        • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

          LOL, Syria has K-300P Bastion anti-ship missile, designed in 2010 with a 400 kilometer range! France’s carrier is now a huge sitting duck, if it attacks Syria, send it your warm regards to the bottom of the Mediterranean

        • Arch Bungle

          A couple of months ago a Syrian s200 missile landed in Cyprus. You might want to think about that …

    • alejoeisabel

      UNCONFIRMED: Israel has accepted the plea from Turkey for assistance against Assad, and will be bombing “regime” targets.

  • John

    And they didn’t hit the rides ….. very nice shooting.

  • TORKI OP #8 STRONK

    And Turkey thinks it can take on Greece or Egypt? 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

    • Zionism = EVIL

      As I have said before, a fight between the Turkeys and Egyptians would be the world’s mega match of total morons. But both are Zionist bitches, so highly unlikely that their masters would let the measly mutts to fight. But my money in this moronic hypothetical conflict would be on the Egyptians. They hold the strategic and manpower advantage as their population just passed 100 million, so they muster more cannon fodder closer to home.

  • Raptar Driver

    Only good Turk is, well there aren’t any.

  • Oscar Silva Martinez

    Do you know when it’s a clear indication that things are going very bad for the terrorists and their sponsors? just take a look to the comments sections on youtube in the southfront videos and here as well. You will find some butthurt terrorists sympathizers telling us “how well they are doing”.

  • Getinet Kifle

    Erdoğan blabbering how dare Syrian aggression against Turk and her dogs in IDLIB
    Fuck that pos