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DECEMBER 2021

U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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On July 11, checkpoints of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) stopped several U.S. military vehicles in three different villages in the northern al-Hasakah countryside.

The Syrian News Agency said the U.S. vehicles were intercepted by Syrian troops in al-Sybat, Tell Shamiran and Mansaf Tahtani. The vehicles withdrew to their bases after failing to enter the villages.

U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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U.S. Forces Stopped At Three Syrian Army Checkpoints In Northern Al-Hasakah (Photos)

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Several similar incidents took place in northern al-Hasakah recently. A day earlier, army service members intercepted a U.S. convoy consisting of three vehicles in Mansaf Tahtani. Prior to that, a U.S. convoy was stopped next to the town of Tell Tamr.

So far, U.S. forces have not attempted to use force against the SAA and local pro-government fighters. In most cases, Syrian and American service members exchange slurs and threats. These incidents always end up with U.S. forces retreating.

U.S. forces can’t move freely in northern al-Hasakah anymore, especially around tell Tamr and al-Qamishli. The SAA’s influence in the region is without a doubt growing. Damascus is restoring its relations with the locals there with much success.

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Lone Ranger

Oh poor Americants cant move freely in the country they tried to genocide but failed, I have watery eyes now… :_(

BMWA1

Me too I may cry My self to sleep

Lone Ranger

:_)

johnny rotten

The Syrians are gentlemen, for now they just turn them back, we will see when they start attacking them, and all the brave soldiers will ask to come back running.

Kenny Jones ™

I admire the patience of these SAA members, how they just don’t want to put a bullet in their heads after destroying their country is beyond me, still much support to the resistance!

Cromwell

They don’t have the balls for boots on the ground because they would end up under the ground,that wouldn’t go down very well with the US public,the US public are ok with massive bombing of poor Countries, unless they end up like in Vietnam losing hundreds of aircraft.

Jim Allen

We are okay with our beloved Government committing crimes against humanity ? I did not know that. No one I know is okay with it, I’m not okay with it. I’m a US citizen for a few more minutes, a subject soon as USMCA was passed by our Bolshevik run Government last week. Trump had already signed it. Now US Canada, and Mexico are just like EU.
You can talk shit about US Government, all you want, I know better than you do how corrupt it is. But no one wants to hear your bullshit towards US citizens.
If that’s your real name, your own Government is as corrupt as US Government. If you’re a Zionist Khazar, that’s changed their name to blend in, go fuck yourself.

Fred Dozer

Maybe they can get back their oil from the thieves.

MichaH

Why my friend do you think, that the NATO would get involved in the conflict, following such an incident? Art. 5 of the Northatlantic treaty does not cover Syria asn described in art. 6, in addition to that, the treaty does not cover attacks on your forces in a country you are actually intervening in.

MichaH

1. Sure, the US has in the past and will in the future always have compliant western support for criminal airstrikes, mostly without any legal fundament, but a full intervention would never get public support in Europe, where still some governments are dependent on a positive vote in their parliaments.(Like UK, Germany f.e.)
2. The security council of the UN still has Russia and China as permanent members with veto power, these two nations learned the lessons from the resolution on Libya, which they did not vote for or against.

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