BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:00 P.M.) – Hundreds of people in the Deir Ezzor Governorate protested the U.S. Coalition’s presence inside Syria and the upcoming Turkish military invasion, the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported.

According to the SANA report, the protest was held this morning inside the provincial capital of Deir Ezzor.

This latest demonstration in Deir Ezzor comes just hours after residents of Al-Raqqa began burning the U.S. and French flags in protest of their presence in the province.

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Western mainstream media put all their eggs in baskets and never aired or published the other side of the war. It will be difficult for them to maintain their credibility when this war ends. So far their reports have had a snarky tone because they find it difficult to “Eat Crow”.

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Much like You are censured from my world. at the same time You do forget, that for us westernes Syria is not the center of the world. Obviusly You do not know, what we see. Fx we the last many days has several journalists around the ISIS pocket becuase its the last real territory of ISIS in Syria. And next we see headlines here: Western medias only bring american news. Well americans actually do the job their as mainpartner with SDFs. We have much more news about You, then You have about us. And Your news are so hard censured,… Read more »

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You say Americans are the main partner of SDF and are actually doing their job. I beg to differ that America has done its job. One of the best militaries, the US has actually prolonged this war to benefit the opposition and has hampered the SAA at every opportunity. Russia joined the war and Aleppo was won. That was the beginning of the end. What news stations are you following? I quit following western media years ago as they did not report the whole truth. I have spent too much time following the Syrian war because these lackeys do not… Read more »

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Sweet Robert : you missed a point about capitalism: credibility doesn’t matters!: money talks and bullshït walks… This is the rule. Moreover, 56% of the western population barely don’t even watch TV or takes care about MSM at all! They wouldn’t even give a fück would the Mid-East was fully nuked as long we don’t get the fallouts! People are dealing with their day-to-day life and have already enough problems to deal with to simply not care about it, unless it spills over on us, then we send those whose job is to take care of it : the militaries.… Read more »

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What cult have you been indoctrinated into?

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back stabbing cunts – leave them to the turks. now the kurds look after their own

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The demo was under government control. Of course they protest against the US, Turks. It is all staged. Any demo with only guys and gays, no females except for a token few up front, then it is an organised demo.

Similar pattern in any turkish , iranian etc demo with the same signs.

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The only signs I see is your bitterness of sour grapes. These appear to be middle-aged family people. Note protestors or any criticism of Kurd reign of terror is dealt with by arrest and imprisonment. Since US/SDF/YPG occupation the locals have suffered and hence rising up. You trash all things Syria yet know nothing of Syrian history let alone the Kurds fairly recent immigration to Syria.

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Karel : It’s obvious, moreover, it’s pretty ingrate from ’em: without Western intervention here, all Syria would have felt before Putin reacted! They may like it or not, if there is no Turkish invasion of Rojava, it’s because of Western presence. In Afrin, Russians were embedded with YPG and withdrew when Erdogan did his push, letting him invade at will. Assad may end having a hard time to expel the Turks and their proxies from Afrin as much from Idlib… As long as there is no agreement between Assad and SDC, if the Yanks and us withdraw, Syria loses Rojava… Read more »

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Totally agree. Assad has a big interest in coming to an agreement with SDF. He will lose total control over say 30% of the country, but at present he has none in the region. It gives him wheat, oil, cotton and an army of 90k. It might even get him some money from the West for rebuilding, at least for Rojava. If he does not, he loses the region to either an independent region or to turks. SDF has an interest too, which makes for a solution. It could show the way for Idlib too. An autonomous region with different… Read more »

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