Syrians citizens kick US occupation convoy out of their village
The residents of Tal Ahmed village kick the US occupation forces patrol out of the village, setting them back on their heels.
The Syrian Arab tribes are strongly adamant about the rejection of the presence and practices of the US occupation forces, not to mention the theft of oil, gas, wheat, and resources.
"In the context of popular resistance, residents of the village of Tal Ahmed from Al-Bunni Sabaa tribe in the Qamishli countryside, northeast of Hasakah, intercepted a convoy of the US occupation army during their attempt to infiltrate the village, which is under the control of the Syrian Arab Army," said Sputnik's correspondent in eastern Syria.
On his account, a resident of Tal Ahmed village affirmed that “a US occupation patrol, accompanied by a group of SDF militia members, tried to infiltrate the Syrian army checkpoints in the village south of Qamishli, on the road to the town of Tal Hamis, a distance of 35 kilometers."
"The residents of the village, in collaboration with Syrian Arab Army soldiers and officers, were able to kick the US patrol out of the village, forcing it to return," he added.
In March 1, a Syrian military source said that a US occupation patrol, accompanied by a group of SDF militia members, tried to infiltrate the Syrian army checkpoints in the village of Ghozaliya in Tal Tamr countryside in Al-Hasakah Governorate.
According to the source, the Syrian army prevented the American patrol from entering and forced it back.
Shortly afterward, according to the source, SDF militia attacked the aforementioned sites with machine guns and mortar shells, which led to the death of two soldiers, including an officer. Syrian soldiers responded and a number of SDF militia members were wounded.