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Russian Army Build-up in Northeast Syria Facing the US Army

Russian Army in northeastern Syria

Russian forces in the northeastern Syrian provinces of Hasakah and Deir Ezzor are beefing up in the region infested with illegal US Army bases and the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists.

In the above context, Russia has asked permission from the Iraqi government to open an air corridor that allows the passage of Russian aircraft from Iraqi airspace toward Qamishli and Deir Ezzor in northeastern Syria.

Russian forces are transferring unprecedented military reinforcements to the east of the Euphrates, specifically to Qamishli airport, which has become a Syrian-Russian military base ready for deterrence and rapid intervention.

The military field east of the Euphrates is preparing for the process of expelling the US occupation army of oil thieves with high-level coordination on the ground between the Syrian, Russian, and Iranian-backed forces; Turkey may join the coordination soon as it controls thousands of its Al Qaeda terrorists in the region, that is if the Turkish madman Erdogan would ever commit to his own promises.

Russian Army in northeastern Syria confront US Army oil thieves

Russian – US armies skirmish?

Will we soon see skirmishes between the Russian forces and the US illegal army bases and their proxy terrorists in the Syrian Jazira (Deir Ezzor and Hasakah) region? The Russian forces and the illegal US military bases are in close proximity.

Taking into consideration the negotiations between Syria and Turkey under the auspices of Russia and Iran in Moscow at the request of the Turkish side.

Meanwhile, the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists unleashed about 25 men, most of them from the countryside of Deir Ezzor and the southern countryside of Hasakah. Some of those unleashed ISIS terrorists ended their fifth year in detention on charges of belonging to ISIS.

The Kurdish SDF terrorists made the tribal notables pledge that the unleashed men would not carry out any attack in the areas occupied by the Kurdish SDF. Some of the men were already of ISIS and others became radicalized by the terrorist organization being kept for all these years in the same makeshift detention centers with commanders of ISIS.

In other words, the US-sponsored Kurdish SDF separatist terrorists gave green light to the released men to carry out attacks outside their controlled region.

Soon after the release of the men from the Kurdish SDF detention centers, the activity of ISIS increased across the desert within 5 Syrian governorates, and the latest news received from hospitals in Deir Ezzor and Homs of the arrival of more than 10 bodies of civilians killed by ISIS, either slaughtered or shot. The bodies belong to men who were collecting truffles in the Syrian desert and were lost contact with for more than 15 days.

ISIS was created as an offshoot of Al Qaeda in Iraq and then spread into Syria, overwhelming evidence of the US sponsoring these terrorists from the creation of their training camps to the supplies of weapons, advanced communication devices, and not to forget the infamous large convoys of dozens of brand new machine-gun mounted 4 x 4 Toyota vehicles moving across the open desert under the watchful eyes of the US Army.


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2 Comments

  1. Muhammad Turkmani

    I wonder if the Russian and US armies will ever clash, they face each other in several areas and the US is always the aggressor and they always stand down after they get slapped.

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