Rocket Attack Hits US Occupation Bases in Syria- Was it “ISIS”?

Which is a western proxy force anyway.

Full of Sunni Kurds and Sunni Arabs– KURDISHIS

“A missile attack targeted on Saturday Al-Omar oil field, which the US occupation forces take as an illegal base for them in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, no information whether there were any casualties among the occupation forces,” Local sources told SANA reporter.

Was it Iranian militias?

Or did something else happen?

Missiles of unidentified source were fired on two bases of the International Coalition in eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, coinciding with major mobilization of the International Coalition forces in the vicinity of its largest bases in Syria in “Al-Omar field.”

The missiles targeted viral positions in the bases, where some missiles targeted a helipad in Al-Omar field. However, no casualties have been reported yet.

Did the US target it’s own bases? This type of attack justifies the continued occupation of Syria.

“Yesterday, The International Coalition base in Koniko gas field in Deir Ezzor countryside witnessed security tension among SDF and the International Coalition, where 12 military US tanks deployed in the vicinity of the field, coinciding with the flight of warplanes over the region, without knowing the reasons.”

Israel Strikes Residential Neighbourhood in Damascus – Just 2 weeks after the devastating earthquakes

AMMAN, Feb 19 (Reuters) – Israel struck targets in the vicinity of Syria’s capital Damascus early on Sunday, state media said.

Haaretz via

Loud explosions were heard over the capital around 12:30 a.m. local time, and SANA reported that Syrian air defenses were “confronting hostile targets in the sky around Damascus.”

There was no immediate statement from Israel on the attack. Israeli airstrikes frequently target sites in the vicinity of Damascus. The Saturday night strikes were the first since a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey and Syria on Feb. 6.

Israel has carried out hundreds of strikes on targets inside government-controlled parts of Syria in recent years, but rarely acknowledges or discusses the operations.

4 replies on “Rocket Attack Hits US Occupation Bases in Syria- Was it “ISIS”?”

Hi Penny,
For some reason the Middle East, one of the most high militarized and monitored parts of the planet, has a high incidence of ” missiles of unidentified source “. Forget the AWACS and all the satellites, perhaps we should send up a balloon. No casualties and no interruption to the flow of stolen oil? That was a fairly friendly missile.

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