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Turkish-Backed Forces Fight Against SAA, SDF And Among Themselves

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Turkish-Backed Forces Fight Against SAA, SDF And Among Themselves

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On April 3rd, Turkish-backed forces in northern Syria continued shelling both the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its other enemy – the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).

On top of that, the Turkish-backed factions continue their infighting in the city of Ras al-Ayn, as such the chaos is complete.

Local sources told Syrian state outlet SANA that infighting with light and medium-size weapons erupted among militants of Turkish regime-backed “Sultan Murad” terrorists in Ras al- Ayn city in Hasaka countryside. The infighting left many causalities among the militants.

The SDF is continuing its operation in the al-Hawl camp, and arrested 8 more ISIS terrorists.

In total, it has, so far arrested at least 125 members, including various former and current ISIS officials.

The operation was conducted together with Asayish. The group’s spokesman Ali al-Hassan said the following:

“Although we arrested many of the sleeper cells in the camp, including senior commanders, the danger is not over yet,” al-Hassan said. “The international community must consider the al-Hawl camp an international dilemma, and it must find appropriate solutions that would see all states retrieving their citizens of the camp’s residents to their lands.”

Syrian state outlet SANA, also reported that the US forces reinforced their bases within the oil and gas fields in areas of Syrian al-Jazeera, bringing in military equipment, weapons and logistic supplies to Koniko oil field in Deir Ezzor countryside.

A convoy of vehicles loaded with logistic equipment, materials and weapons belonging to the American occupation forces entered the US base in Koniko field in the southeastern countryside of Deir Ezzor.

Over the past few months, the US has brought in thousands of trucks loaded with weapons and military and logistical equipment to Hasaka through illegal crossings to reinforce their presence in Syrian al- Jazeera region to steal oil and underground resources.

Turkish-Backed Forces Fight Against SAA, SDF And Among Themselves

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  • On April 2, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SAA positions in Jarradah
  • On April 2, artillery of Turkish-backed forces shelled SDF positions near Ain Issa
  • On April 2, the SDF arreseted 8 ISIS members in the al-Hol camp
  • On April 2, Russia reported that Idlib militants violated the ceasefire regime in Greater Idlib 24 times: 15 – in Idlib province, 4 – in Latakia province, 3 – in Hama province, 2 Aleppo province


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Turks and SDF, like ISIS/al-Qaeda, are part of the US-led Ziocorporate terrorist globalist coalition against Assad. In the 2016 Deir Ezzor bombing, the US terrorists killed more Syrian Arab Army soliders than whatever number of ISIS terrorists US claimed to have killed in the two previous years of “anti-ISIS coalition bombings” since 2014.

In those days of the ISIS golden age and silk road of stolen oil, SDF terrorists would let Turk-backed ISlamists cross their checkpoints freely if they were heading to attack the SAA on the battlefield.

Mustafa Mehmet

Türkmens are Syrian. They fighting for the rights they wanna get rid off corrupt assad government. They are Mujahideen fighting for their freedom long live to TURKMEN brothers

Willing Conscience (The Truths

I’ve just realized something, all this infighting is mainly occurring amongst the Turkmen factions, that’s interesting, I wonder why the Arab factions aren’t suffering the same problems the Turkmen factions are.
And where are all of Assad’s Isis prisoners?
I really miss Trump, for 4 years I could feel confident the US wasn’t going to make the situation in Syria any worse than it was 3 years ago, but now I’m starting to worry they’ll make the situation much worse than it was back then, I really miss Trump.

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