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Infighting Among Turkish Proxies Erupts In Syria. Rocket Strike Hits US-operated Oil Facility In Iraq


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Infighting among Turkish-backed groups has erupted near the town of Ras al-Ayn. According to local sources, conflicts over the captured houses and looted properties became the main reason of the conflict between members of the Sultan Murad armed group which attacked other Turkish-backed rebels. The situation rapidly escalated to the extent when the Turkish Army had to deploy additional troops and equipment in the area in order to put an end to the infighting. At the same time, the Turkish Army continued deploying additional troops and military equipment in the province of Idlib.

Last night, nearly 30 trucks and military vehicles entered Syria and reached the countryside of the town of Jisr al-Shughur, controlled by al-Qaeda-linked militants. Two days ago, the Turkish Army established 3 new observation points there.

A US military convoy consisting of 35 trucks laden with military and logistic supplies entered Syria from northern Iraq. The convoy entered the country via the al-Walid border crossing controlled by the US military and US-backed Kurdish armed groups and moved supplies to US military facilities in the countryside of al-Hasakah. According to Syrian sources, the US military is now working to reinforce its positions near the Khrab al-Jeer military airport.

Lebanon’s al-Mayadeen TV claimed that a US soldier and several members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces had been killed in an attack by radical militants on the eastern bank of the Euphrates, in the province of Deir Ezzor. Earlier, similar claims were made by several pro-Kurdish and pro-opposition sources. The situation remains unclear. However, over the past 2 months ISIS cells have ramped up their operations in the provinces of Homs and Deir Ezzor.

On April 6, a barrage of rockets struck near the oil-rich area near Iraq’s southern city of Basra. The strike hit the Zubeir oil field operated by the US company Halliburton in the Burjesia area. According to state-run Basra Oil Co., which oversees oil operation in the south, the attack had not affected production and export operations.

The April 6 strike became the first such attack since June 2019 and came only 2 days after Iraqi resistance groups released a joint statement calling US forces in Iraq occupants and in fact threatening them with a military action.

Since January 2020, there has been an increase in rocket attacks on US forces and facilities in Iraq. However, until now, all attacks were aimed against the sites affiliated with the US military and intelligence. The April 6 attack indicates that US energy giants that operate in Iraq are also in danger.



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  • AM Hants

    Why are the US after the airport in the nation they have invaded?

    • Cromwell

      So they can fly more troops and supplies in,hit the airport if they can when a transport aircraft is landing.

      • AM Hants

        Seriously sick of it all and the fact Washington DC just gets away with it all. Can you imagine if another Government did the same?

        • Jens Holm

          I am sure I dont get seriosly sick about You as silly questions to Yourself and even the already made answers to answer.

        • Bill Wilson

          The SAA and SDF share joint control of the border crossings into Iraq. Assad and Putin don’t mind the US presence in the east since that frees up their resources to use in the west.

          • Assad must stay

            what? nonsense

    • Jens Holm

      What a stupid question. Ruin tourisme:)

  • ©igare☘☘e👽Sm⚽️k🚬ng🦉Man️🎲

    The Mehmet Kebap jihadi groups are fighting each other over who is going to loot houses rape the women and the children and chop heads…
    The regular turkgay army is just the same.

    • Mustafa Mehmet

      Run souvlaki Boy Run if they catch you they might raped you too or a chop your head off Run souvlaki boy

  • Ilya

    :in a dull, spoken monotone:

    My love has got no money,
    He’s got his strong beliefs.
    My love, has got no power,
    He’s got, his strong beliefs.
    Want more and more…


    .. Where is the NYT or WaPo terror pumping article on how child murderers – akhem sorry, child rescuers – are suffering from the economic effects of a planetary economic shutdown!

    Surely some confused, morally-upside-down-but-not-in-Australia SJW could muster their inverse world view to write how HTS are struggling cause oil is worth fuck all, and how because NATO is so piss scared it is hiding out in the first piggy’s little house, incapable of delivering the child killing, oh sorry – child saving ammo, they can’t liberate dumb brown farmers’ minds from supporting that butcher Assad, by… Aaaww, sorry, they headchop, someone help me with the next sentence! :D

  • Icarus Tanović

    This idiot, his regime will desteoy Turkey all across. Vietnam, no less for the Turkey and its aggression in Syria. That is what is gonna be.
    Americans will pick up and run away from oilfileds get shaken to the top. They like Isis, but doesn’t like missiles falling around them.

  • Jens Holm

    Rhe owners of those fields in South Iraq is Bagdad and Sout Korea.


      bush/cheney,good fukn riddance hegemons! Nothing beats 3x less cost of fuel ,scrw their greens!

  • Vitex

    Popcorn anyone?


    Lets see,the price of fuel nearest is 59.9 cents per litre (95 ron) This if anything then can only be a good thing,see peoples especially in australia dont give a rats arse about any bush/cheney/nwo scams,if anything finally did the peoples a huge favour and people absolutely don’t care if hegemons got hit hard!