BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:20 P.M.) – Turkey has upped the ante in the Idlib Governorate, today, after they supplied the Islamist rebel forces with military equipment to fight the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

Based on the photos released by pro-opposition activists, Faylaq Al-Sham and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have been supplied with Turkish manufactured Type Dragon armored vehicles to combat the Syrian Army in Idlib.

The photos below show the Turkish Army vehicles, which were initially transported to the Aleppo Governorate, but have since been redirected to Idlib.

Turkey will likely provide logistical support to these militant groups, as they attempt to derail the Syrian Army’s offensive in northern Syria.

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