SYRIAN WAR REPORT – NOVEMBER 8, 2019: RUSSIA CAPTURED ADVANCED ISRAELI INTERCEPTOR MISSILE | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

SYRIAN WAR REPORT – NOVEMBER 8, 2019: RUSSIA CAPTURED ADVANCED ISRAELI INTERCEPTOR MISSILE

On November 6, the commander-in-chief of the Syrian Democratic Forces, Mazloum Abdi, announced that the Kurdish-led group was resuming its “joint program of work” with the US-led coalition. According to him, the goal of this effort is to combat ISIS and secure “the infrastructure” of northeastern Syria.

The irony is that this “infrastructure” is the US-occupied oil fields. Therefore, the SDF declared its support to the US-led effort to exploit Syrian natural resources. Most likely, the group’s leadership sees this as a needed step to gain US support in its separatist efforts.

On November 7, an intense fighting between the SDF and Turkish-led forces erupted near the town of Ayn Issa in northern Raqqah. Initially, pro-Turkish militants seized the villages of Issa and Sharaqiq killing several SDF members. However, later, they were pushed back by a SDF counter-attack.

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