In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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On July 2, the Syrian Army blocked a US military convoy at the al-Dardara bridge on the road between Tel Tamr and Abu Rasin in the northern countryside of Hasaka. Government troops forced the convoy to withdtraw from the area.

In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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In Photos: Syrian Troops Blocked US Military Convoy Near Al-Dardara

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  • johnny rotten

    The raised middle finger is worth more than a thousand speeches, honor and glory to the SAA and death to the illegal occupants, the days of loot for the Zionist Nazis are ending.

    • igybundy

      The universal language of welcome and happy happy joy joy that even zionist pricks can udderstand..

    • good american

      I was thinking that maybe it could mean something else in Arabic……:)

      • FlorianGeyer

        Lol.

    • Traiano Welcome

      I am printing that poster size and mounting it on my wall.
      It is the new Universal Symbol of Freedom (V with one leg missing).

    • <>

      Is that so johnny? tell me, will you be there to fight us too or do you just want to send Syrian soldiers to die in a war they would clearly lose? not so nice of you to wish for dead Syrians. I love SF low brain IQ trolls, where is that Greeko ape too when you need him.

      • AJ

        Syria doesnt want a war with Israel but it does want all these foreign invaders off its land so it can then focus on rebuilding.

        • <>

          They can start with Iran, tell them to leave and go back home. It takes one incident like the downed Israeli F16 in 2018 to start a war, and it won’t be good for Assad.

    • nyomarek

      Not only the Zionists, but the Days of Humanity on this planet is also ending. Will be a big surprise, when governments then The People realize this. No future for the kids..

  • Cromwell

    they should be arresting those illegal SOBs.

  • Assad must stay

    great job SAA keep blocking them

    • BMWA1

      Don’t the Ami Vehicles drive off road or are they really not capable?

      • Assad must stay

        hahahahaha probably not

      • Bobby Twoshoes
        • Bob

          What’s that Sarge…coolant…?!…an engine needs that…?!…even more so in a very hot climate…?!…well, who knew…?!…

      • FlorianGeyer

        The Ami vehicles break down a lot when not on a ‘school run’. :)

      • Bob

        Current US Oshkosh military vehicles are most certainly all terrain/ off road capable – but they are just modern versions of armored reconnaissance vehicles. Point being, they are not direct combat vehicles, rather modern scout vehicles – any old school, Soviet legacy design, SPG-9 recoilless rifle, as easily found in Syrian military stocks, would make a big mess of one of these if push came to shove. So it is really all a game of bluff – up until now – as US have relied on threat of US warplanes arriving on scene, but that is shifting as US military aviation increasingly less welcome to be based in Iraq.

  • BMWA1

    confound it! Animal Assad at it again with his diabolic schemes…if only we had listened to Tommy’s advises..! But we were too stupid!

    • Assad must stay

      hahaahhaa

  • Traiano Welcome

    Yanqui go home!

  • Black Waters

    The U.S regime two parties dictatorship again looking for troubles.

  • cechas vodobenikov

    Tammy fails to celebrate her national endowment for autocracy—embarrassed?

  • Jim Bim

    How dare the Syrian troops hinder the peace loving US military convoy to cross the al-Dardara bridge.