BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:10 P.M.) – More than ten Syrian soldiers were killed today after a series of intense clashes broke out between their troops and the Kurdish forces in Qamishli city.

According to a military source in Qamishli, intense clashes broke out between the Syrian intelligence forces and Kurdish Asayish police in the city, resulting in the death of several involved.

The source said that in addition to the 10+ Syrian military personnel lost, at least seven Asayish fighters were also killed during the fierce engagement.

The attack occurred when three vehicles carrying Syrian soldiers were heading towards the military checkpoints to change personnel; it was at these checkpoints where the clashes began.

No one knows why the clashes broke out, but they have since died down, the source added.

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kurdish zio slaves will be eliminated no doubt

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God willing.

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American agents are ordered to keep up the pressure. But their time will eventually come. Not too soon, but it will come. 🙂

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Just shows how the Kurds can be easily bought to serve the interests of the invaders from Washington & Tel Aviv…..they will shoot themselves in the foot for this.

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Kurds made a big mistake accepting USA-Israel-NATO support.

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ondce a T urd always a T urd, Biji Turdistan is just Dream that wont come true

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Doesn’t necessarily mean anything. Someone got nervous or cocky. Twenty people die. Sad but true. This happens all the time in the Middle East.

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Good news

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

The time will come for Syria-Russia-Hezbolah-Iran forces to recover all land taken by Kurds (USA-puppets). Death and destruction is coming soon to Kurds.