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Syrian Army units move north to face Turkish aggression

On October 14, the Syrian Arab Army units moved to the town of Tal Tamr, 40km northwest of al-Hasaka city to face the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) said.

On October 13, the Syrian Arab Army units started moving north to face the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory, according to SANA.

The people of al-Hasakah began celebrating car parades in the city of al-Hasaka to welcome and celebrate the army's move to confront the Turkish aggression.

Al-Baqara Tribe’s Chief Sheikh Nouri Khalid al-Tala’a and Al-Sharabeen Tribe’s Chief Sheikh Saeed al-Fahad, Al-Mahasin Tribe’s Chief Seikh Rafa’a al- Houmedeh and Al-Gabour tribesmen in al-Hasaka expressed their support for the Syrian Arab army in the face of the Turkish aggression on Syrian territory and condemned the Turkish regime offensive.

In Qamishli, the people took to the streets expressing their joy with the Syrian Arab Army's move to confront the Turkish aggression.  They stressed that the army is the only protector of the Syrian border and homeland against the attackers and aggressors.

The Syrian Arab Army's move comes to confront the ongoing Turkish aggression against the towns and border areas north of Hasaka and Raqqa provinces.

The Turkish regime forces committed massacres against the people and occupied some towns and villages and destroyed their infrastructure.

 

O. al-Mohammad

 

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