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Pro-Turkish militants attacked the CAA in the north of Aleppo using the MLRS

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The so-called "moderate Syrian opposition" decided to go on the offensive in northwest Syria. There are reports that the militants have intensified in the province of Aleppo, carrying out shelling of the positions of the Syrian government army and its allies with the use of heavy weapons.


Pro-Turkish militants attacked the CAA in the north of Aleppo using the MLRS


The main blow fell on the outskirts of the city of Tel Rifat, located in the area of ​​Azaz. In this area, the pro-Turkish armed forces, as well as the Kurdish militia units, which were fighting against each other, were the most active.

Now pro-Turkish militants used multiple rocket launchers against Syrian troops.

Turkish media claim that this was "a response to the strengthening of the positions of pro-Iranian forces in northwestern Syria."

Information Service "Anadolu" reports that the MLRS in the area of ​​Tel Rifata (Aleppo Province) was used by representatives of the so-called Syrian Free Army. These are the very troops that are armed and equipped by Turkish security forces. Control of their activities is also not without the participation of Ankara.

Recall that earlier the UN tried to promote a resolution on the difficult humanitarian situation in Idlib, ignoring the equally difficult situation in the zone of American "responsibility" in the SAR - in the Rukban camp.
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  1. faterdom
    faterdom 12 May 2019 10: 49
    +7
    All clear. We still need to deal with the Kurds more closely. So that in response to a volley of "pro-Turkish" democrats, they could receive a volley of "pro-Assad" Kurds.
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    2. ssergey1978
      ssergey1978 12 May 2019 10: 55
      +5
      Kurds engage in futility:
      1. They do not when they do not form their own state.
      2. Spend a huge day on them for the sake of them once pulnul on other monkeys, squandering.
      3. Cheaper by yourself accidentally lose 500 kg. a bomb with SU 24 code, he will fly over their heads.
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 12 May 2019 11: 40
        +1
        The Kurds disappointed me, selling to the Americans. But officially the Kurds are on the counter with the Turks, but at the same time they are sold to other NATO members.
        Of course, I understand that all people are different, and the Kurds are also different. But I did not hear a public condemnation of these Kurds sold from the rest.

        The question is, do we need Kurds? Suppose they disappear (or rather, their extremist group disappears). The forecast is that the Americans and Israel create a new group, from the same Kurds, or someone else. They don't need a too strong Turkey. But the new group will be more aggressive, hostile to Russia, and there will be more terrorist attacks, including against Israel (to further unite the Jews into a single nation and "have the right" to bomb whoever they want). The result is an increase in tension in the region. We don't need that.

        So you need to help the Kurds. But at a minimum, if only they would survive. For really not in the horse feed.

        But the Turks surprised. Use lured terrorists against other terrorists. Dangerous games. This is easy for Israel, with its total control of its territory. Let the gin out of the bottle
        1. Kronos
          Kronos 12 May 2019 13: 26
          0
          Kurds fight for communism and their independence I'm on their side
    3. Plantagenet
      Plantagenet 12 May 2019 11: 12
      0
      The Americans are already engaged. Do not feed the horse, as they say.
    4. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 12 May 2019 14: 52
      0
      There are no "pro-Assad" Kurds. If you remember, somewhere in 16, Moscow was actively building a dialogue, organizing a Kurdish representation in Russia. Considering that now there is no rumor or spirit on this topic, I suppose that negotiations with the Kurds ended in nothing.
  2. Tank jacket
    Tank jacket 12 May 2019 10: 53
    0
    It will be interesting to see when they are bombed.
  3. capsid
    capsid 12 May 2019 10: 53
    +1
    lol Are we partners? Yes? wink
  4. boathouse
    boathouse 12 May 2019 11: 15
    0
    Can anyone name the exact number of factions (various forces) fighting in Syria?
    1. Blackmokona
      Blackmokona 12 May 2019 11: 34
      0
      You can only basic, little things there mountains
    2. donavi49
      donavi49 12 May 2019 11: 47
      0
      The exact number of kataib is under 100. In general, forces can be divided into:
      - light green, vassals of the Turks. Now they are actively disposing of while fighting the Kurds at Menaga.
      - moderate pro-Turkish Kataib, that's what they are about in the article. They have the support of the Turks, get Bulgarian Gradins for example. But they have some independence in decisions. For example, they are not disposed of by Menag now.
      - moderate babahs, in the red book of Idlib.
      - KhTSh and the Islamists close to them, the main fighting force in Idlib now. Unreasonable.
      - Kurds of different sorts (for example, those that fight in Menaga - on knives with Kurds behind the Euphrates).

      These are now mainly used by Grads:


      But sometimes there are normal gradations - but they are solitary at HTS, so they almost discarded the package (only in the vidos tweeter).
      https://twitter.com/HKaaman/status/1126784900902813701
      Well, such.



      Also single guns:



      Well, anti-tank systems are actively used. That flew over the Kamaz / Ural convoy.


      In general - while in Idlib the Babakh counterattacks are choking. The main blow built on the patterns of the victorious operations of 2015-2016 of the year (Tank + BMP pair + first wave of pickups - burst into the village brazenly and quickly = starting a battle, IFVs and pickups fleeing after the second wave = SAA breaks and runs) failed, did not run and grind tactical broads of the assault group from the KhTS.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 12 May 2019 11: 22
    +1
    Turkish media say this was "a response to the strengthening of pro-Iranian forces in northwestern Syria"
    And why is it just necessary to hit the Syrian army? The Turks began to play their games, hence the growing claims from the Russian side on the actions of militants in the zone of responsibility of Turkey. How many times have ours asked the Turks to restore order there, but things are still there. Shaking hands and smiling at meetings, traditionally hold a knife in his bosom and a cookie behind his back.
  6. APASUS
    APASUS 12 May 2019 11: 23
    +1
    There it seems now such a vinaigrette that half will have to be disposed of for sure
  7. Thrifty
    Thrifty 12 May 2019 11: 28
    0
    It is their own fault - we gave them time to regroup, to re-equip, to replenish their ranks with new “squinches!” The enemy must be pressed to the last, and not negotiated with them. ..
  8. Lannan Shi
    Lannan Shi 12 May 2019 11: 31
    +1
    Oh, and how do some people crucify that the Turks are our best friends ... They already tear the archalyg on their chest.
    PS
    Turkey has always been an enemy of Russia, and always will be. Dixi.
  9. Evil 55
    Evil 55 12 May 2019 11: 34
    +1
    Kurds need their own state, and not just regular fairy tales .. And because they absolutely do not care where and from what to shoot.
    1. Andrey VOV
      Andrey VOV 12 May 2019 12: 42
      0
      Kurds among themselves cannot agree on the construction of a state in question
    2. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 12 May 2019 12: 44
      +1
      Quote: Evil 55
      Kurds need their own state, and not just regular fairy tales .. And because they absolutely do not care where and from what to shoot.

      Want is not harmful. It is harmful to try to sit on two chairs at the same time. Independent Kurdistan will definitely not be there anymore, but they had the prospect of gaining wide autonomy, which also seems to be covered by a copper basin because the Kurds decided to play on the side of the mattresses. Now, all participants of the pacification of the region, they will be beaten before the enlightenment of the brain.
    3. Rico
      Rico 12 May 2019 15: 59
      -1
      Quote: Evil 55
      Kurds need their own state, and not just regular fairy tales .. And because they absolutely do not care where and from what to shoot.

      just as long as they think that someone else will defend independence for them, nothing will happen, and if not now, with essentially global approval by Kurdistan, then never.
    4. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 12 May 2019 16: 10
      +1
      "Kurds need their own state" ///
      ----
      If you wanted to - would already be. But they are communist-Leninists with anarchist jokes.
      "Gulyai-Pole" in the Middle East.
      Fight against capitalism, religions, states. Applying
      both military and terrorist methods - bombs on the streets of cities.
  10. PalBor
    PalBor 12 May 2019 11: 35
    +1
    It’s difficult and difficult ... Questions arise. When the SAA began to really win in Idlib, suddenly in other areas some pro-Turkish Boyoeviks began to crawl out and pro-American ... But in reality, the offensive is now going well, they are wetting Nusra.

  11. faterdom
    faterdom 12 May 2019 16: 22
    0
    Quote: forty-eighth
    There are no "pro-Assad" Kurds. If you remember, somewhere in 16, Moscow was actively building a dialogue, organizing a Kurdish representation in Russia. Considering that now there is no rumor or spirit on this topic, I suppose that negotiations with the Kurds ended in nothing.

    The situation is such that it is high time to intercept the pro-American and "nobody's" Kurds. We have channels, specialists and opportunities in this area. It's just a matter of desire.
    1. Oquzyurd
      Oquzyurd 12 May 2019 16: 54
      +2
      Not everything is as simple as it seems. The heads of the Syrian Ashirets (tribal leaders, Arabs and Kurds) have gathered and demanding with the expression that they are ready to support that Turkey expand its operations in the north of Syria and expel the Kurdish troops YPQ and PKK from the east of the Euphrates. the Turks in these territories ruled for more than 500 years and have powerful invisible power (in the form of intelligence, support of the population, etc.) in this geography. https: //www.youtube.com/watch? v = zs_WbO4ADTw
      1. faterdom
        faterdom 12 May 2019 18: 20
        0
        And some of the powers are guided by what the head of the Arab tribes demand? Who! Americans? French people? Israel? Turks? Persians?
        Or do we need it most of all?
        To be honest, I don't care if the heads of these will be Arab, Turkoman, Kurdish or some other tribes. My job is to win them over to my side and use them to my advantage. Or harm them in every possible way, if they are "vile Hurons" who took the side of my enemy!
        And in this regard, among other factors, their interests must be at least known, and even better formed!
  12. spectr
    spectr 13 May 2019 14: 34
    0
    Well, there are too many "players". When every riffraff is destroyed / crushed and several serious "players" are formed, then real negotiations will begin.
    All Russia can do is speed up the process. Well, officially or unofficially assist in the collapse of some groups.