Syria, April 14: Turkish police disperse protest near M4 highway in Idlib


The situation in the area of ​​the M4 highway in Idlib province has sharply worsened. Here, militants protested against patrolling the highway, and terrorist clashes with the Syrian Arab army continue in other provinces of Syria.


In the area of ​​An-Nairab in Idlib province, the banned organization Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham, organized by Russia, organized another provocation against Russian-Turkish patrol of the M4 highway. This time, the militants decided to use the civilian population for their own purposes, driving the residents to a rally against patrolling.

Directly near the highway, near the village of At-Tronbe, a spontaneous protest camp was created, the participants of which blocked the road, interfering with the passage of not only Russian, but also Turkish military equipment. In the end, the Turkish military command decided to disperse the demonstrators.

On April 13, Turkish troops and about a thousand police officers from the Free Syrian Police, a Turkish-controlled formation, arrived at the camp’s location. But militants of the KhTSh rushed to help the demonstrators. Stones flew in Turkish soldiers.

As a result, the HTS moved the protest camp from At-Tronbe closer to Al-Nairab, but the clashes continued there. Representatives of the KhTSH militants said that they have no problems with the Turkish side, just the Turkish command is trying to get out of an uncomfortable situation, as it is constrained by the agreements signed in Moscow.


At the same time, the collisions at the highway exacerbated the already existing hostility between the various groups operating in Idlib. So, militants of “Khayyat Tahrir al-Sham” seized one of the prominent commanders of the pro-Turkish “Syrian National Army” Abu Ali Dzhardzhanaz and the guards accompanying him. Ramadan Daiub, as his name is actually Abu Ali Dzhardzhanaza, according to the KhTSH intended to participate in the dispersal of the protest camp near the M4 highway.



The “Syrian National Army” is sending reinforcements to Idlib province, and it is possible that this is not done to confront the Syrian Arab army, but to restore order at the highway. The Turkish military, not wanting to independently suppress the actions of the KhTS, can send militants more loyal to Ankara against this organization. Clashes also continued between the KhTSH fighters and members of the Jabhat Votania lil-Tahrir (National Liberation Front).

While pro-Turkish groups and even more radical forces are finding out relations between themselves in Idlib, militant attacks against Syrian government forces continue in Aleppo province. So, in the area west of the city of Aleppo, Hayyat Tahrir al-Sham militants attacked the positions of the Syrian Arab army, as a result of which 2 soldiers of government troops were injured.

In turn, on the outskirts of Afrin, Kurdish fighters from the Afrin Liberation Force fired on posts of a pro-Turkish group. No casualties have been reported. Also in Afghanistan, an explosion of a homemade device thundered, in which they hastened to blame the same Kurdish fighters.

In the province of Deir ez-Zor, Syrian Democratic Forces continue to identify and neutralize the militants of the Islamic State banned in Russia. In the eastern part of the province, four IS fighters were detained as a result of patrolling.

Meanwhile, ISIS fighters made a sortie in the desert of Badiya al-Sham, attacking the positions of government troops. Choosing the right moment when the sandstorm began, the militants fired at the positions of the Syrian Arab army in the vicinity of the village of Kobadzhib. As a result of the raid, according to unconfirmed reports, several military personnel of the Syrian government troops were killed.

In the village of Khirbet Hadla, in the province of Raqqa, Kurdish militants from the "Syrian Democratic Forces" as a result of the raid detained several local residents who were suspected of having connections with pro-Turkish groups operating here.

In the village of Khamarat, a mass grave was discovered where the bodies of their victims were dumped by Islamic State militants. Found the remains of at least 200 people, in the near future work will begin on the identification of the dead.
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  1. sanik2020 April 14 2020 12: 08 New
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    Turkish police disperse protest near M4 highway in Idlib

    Well, the Turkish army is understandable, it is occupying part of Syria, but what is the Turkish police doing there, maybe Idlib has already been added to Turkey?
    Or maybe the Syrians, to land a police force in Istanbul and disperse the dissatisfied?
    1. rotmistr60 April 14 2020 12: 15 New
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      but what is the Turkish police doing there, maybe Idlib has already joined Turkey?
      You did not carefully read this:
      about a thousand police officers from the "Free Syrian Police" - Turkish controlled formation

      Honestly, the devil will break his leg while figuring out who supports whom and who is fighting against whom. Sometimes it seems that everything is against everyone, the main thing is that there is a financial sponsor.
    2. Lelek April 14 2020 12: 27 New
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      Quote: sanik2020
      Or maybe the Syrians, to land a police force in Istanbul and disperse the dissatisfied?

      hi
      And what? An interesting idea, given the situation inside Turkey.

      And the most interesting is that Erdogan, instead of putting things in order on his territory, sends thousands of askers and armored vehicles to the neighboring one, where he was not invited. What is going on, what is going on ...? no
      1. Nyrobsky April 14 2020 15: 58 New
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        Quote: Lelek
        And the most interesting is that Erdogan, instead of putting things in order on his territory, sends thousands of askers and armored vehicles to the neighboring one, where he was not invited. What is going on, what is going on ...?

        In addition to Idlib, he is also linked to dubious successes and a dull prospect in Libya. Edik does not like single problems, because he needs problems in a complex. hi
        1. Oquzyurd April 14 2020 20: 10 New
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          "Edik does not like single problems, because he needs problems in a complex." In a week, the Havtor lost two more important cities to the west of Tripoli, Surman and to the west another city. In total, the Havtor’s troops surrendered about 2 thousand square kilometers to the supporters of Saraj.
          Erdogan helping Saraj solve the tasks for his state, knowing in advance that it’s not just going to be. In his opinion, these are not problems, but the need for the future development of Turkey, at the beginning of the image, and the collection of a cash gate based on this earned image. For example, already Tunisia (could buy from China, Israel, etc.) ordered drones from Turkey, in the amount of 240 million dollars.
          1. Nyrobsky April 14 2020 21: 05 New
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            Quote: Oquzyurd
            For example, already Tunisia (they could buy from China, Israel, etc.) ordered drones from Turkey, in the amount of 240 million dollars.

            Not surprising. In principle, if Turkish UAVs have recently shown their effectiveness in work, so why overpay? Only 240 million is not so much. Ukraine signed a contract with Ankara for the supply of 6 UAVs (Bayraktar) +120 missiles + 2 control stations in the amount of 160 million dollars. Tunisia will pay 80 million tons above their contract it can be assumed that he will receive up to 10 UAVs + 200 missiles + 3 stations.
            Quote: Oquzyurd
            Erdogan helping Saraj solve the tasks for his state, knowing in advance that it’s not just going to be. In his opinion, these are not problems, but the need for the future development of Turkey, at the beginning of the image, and the collection of a cash-deal on the basis of this earned image.
            Not everything is clear there and apart from Haftar, Saraji and Erdogan, there are interests of different countries that are not very interested in strengthening Ankara’s position in Libya. Time will tell. hi
            1. Oquzyurd April 14 2020 21: 26 New
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              "we can assume that he will receive up to 10 UAVs" We bought more expensive UAVs than Bayraktar TV2. We ordered Anka-S, ground stations and missiles to them, MAM-L. (the number of ground stations and rockets do not show. Anka-S is different from Anka-1 and Bayraktar in that they have more advanced satellite communications, an automatic GPS-free positioning mode based on a stored memory card, and in this mode, having completed the task in the automatic mode of returning to the airport, and parking at the starting point. smart device. In addition, arranged intelligence equipment in it, can recognize faces from 5 km.
              1. Nyrobsky April 14 2020 21: 35 New
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                Quote: Oquzyurd
                We ordered Anka-S, ground stations and missiles to them, MAM-L. (The number of ground stations and rockets are not shown.
                So Anka is more expensive, something in the region of 30-35 million dollars apiece, which means that the number of UAVs in Tunisia will be less. Where is he going to apply them?
                1. Oquzyurd April 14 2020 21: 38 New
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                  Where else, in Libya. Qatar was sold by the Bayraktars, and they gave them to Saraj)
            2. Oquzyurd April 14 2020 21: 32 New
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              I add that the Turks are now eagerly building a new military airport in Tunisia, on their order, for drones. They say that the Turks were given the go-ahead so that they also use the same airport.
              1. Nyrobsky April 14 2020 21: 40 New
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                Quote: Oquzyurd
                They say that the Turks were given the go-ahead, so that they also use the same airport.
                Well, it’s likely to be Turkish drones, not Tunisian ones, only formally designed for Tunisians winked
                1. Oquzyurd April 14 2020 21: 53 New
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                  He officially ordered Tunisia and will pay. But the Turks will not be able to make extra drones there either, if they allowed. The main thing is to create the infrastructure, the rest is ..
                  We sit at home while there is time, I will tell you interesting things. (Maybe you already know even)
                  There are about 6.5 million people in Libya, of whom about a million are descendants of the Ottoman Turks who remained there after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. They mainly live in Misrata and the surrounding villages. (Their tribe is called Kologlu, some are called Koroglu.) It’s no coincidence that the Turks protect this this area is more diligent. By the way, Saraj and the 2 main ministers of his government are also descendants of the Turks.
                  1. Nyrobsky April 14 2020 22: 52 New
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                    Quote: Oquzyurd
                    He officially ordered Tunisia and will pay. But the Turks will not be able to make extra drones there either, if they allowed. The main thing is to create the infrastructure, the rest is ..
                    That is yes. I agree.
                    Quote: Oquzyurd
                    We sit at home while I have time, I will tell you interesting things. (Maybe you already know) In Libya, about 6.5 million people and about a million of them are descendants of the Ottoman Turks who remained there after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire. They mainly live in the city of Misrata and nearby villages. (Their tribe is called Kologlu, some are called Koroglu) It is no coincidence that the Turks defend this area more diligently. By the way, Saraj and the two main ministers of his government are also descendants of the Turks.
                    I know, but I think so that an attempt to revive the Ottoman Empire at a time when the world is crammed with nuclear weapons is not a good idea. Once, Poland, Finland and most of the republics of the USSR were also part of the Russian Empire, but restoring it within its former borders would also be unreasonable, although the existing arsenals allow this to be done. It will be a war of all against all, and it is very likely that the instigator of the war, in the pursuit of territorial acquisitions, will lose part of what it owns now. The First World War was an example when four empires collapsed - the German, Austro-Hungarian, Russian and Ottoman. Germany, as the instigator of World War II, as a result of it, instead of acquisitions, lost a significant part of its territories. It is a pity that politicians do not draw conclusions from the past and think that they are lucky. I had a dream in which they presented a book where a recording was made by hand - "War is a continuation of the world, which is needed only in order to better prepare for war". History is cyclical and goes in a circle, and along the way the world really stands on the verge of a big kipish, the trigger of which can be a small local conflicthi
                    1. Oquzyurd April 15 2020 02: 07 New
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                      I don’t think that the Turks want to expand their territories, and this is not necessary. But they have a decisive influence in Libya, for example, or in the north of Syria and Iraq. That is, without changing borders, it has its own countries and territories. a powerful country, or considering itself as such, is engaged in these acts.
  2. Vasyan1971 April 14 2020 12: 10 New
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    Representatives of the KhTSH militants said that they have no problems with the Turkish side

    Well, no one ever doubted that.
  3. Voltsky April 14 2020 12: 14 New
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    all cut each other, strangle - in general, a normal civilized life is going on; it is necessary to provoke more internecine clashes between radicals. So they will be more busy figuring out who is more important for mother’s story, and will pay less attention to other aspects; simultaneously losing support both among the population and among Turkish friends
  4. V1er April 14 2020 12: 14 New
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    About the short video. On the one hand is the police, equipped to suppress unarmed citizens. On the other hand, there are bearded guys with Kalash and are perplexed. Behind the backs of the police are the military with guns and masks. The picture is quite funny. Actually, it’s a pity for hard-working policemen, they’ll almost fly most of them.
    1. Voltsky April 14 2020 12: 36 New
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      they are not police officers, they simply perform this function, + serve as a human shield for the Turkish army; and are local
  5. askort154 April 14 2020 12: 27 New
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    On April 13, Turkish troops and about a thousand police officers from the camp arrived at the camp’s location. "Free Syrian Police" - a Turkish-controlled formation.

    You can’t imagine it. "Free Syrian Police" controlled by Turkey. fool
  6. Asad April 14 2020 12: 34 New
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    How boring we live!
  7. tTshka April 14 2020 13: 03 New
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    "Here the militants staged protests against patrolling the highway ..." (c) staff ?! I hope that this is at least a coordinated protest ... PPC we really, really boring live
  8. NordUral April 14 2020 14: 27 New
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    Here the militants staged protests against patrolling the highway, and ...
    Something from the plots of the inhabitants of the chamber number 6.