Turkish artillery supporting ISIS/Al Nusrah inside Syria.

Turkey Comes to Rescue of ISIS Terrorists, Syrian Arab Army (SAA).  Kurdish YPG Target ISIS and Al Nusrah Positions.


On Feb.16, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in coordination with Hezbollah and the National Defense Forces (NDF) liberated the village of Misqan in northern Aleppo following a heavy firefight with the militants operating in the area, mostly members of Al-Nusra and Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham terrorist groups.

The Kurdish YPG units and their allies seized the rebel stronghold of Tal Rifa. Earlier, the YPG cut the road between the towns of Tall-Rifaa and Azaz. The Kurdish has established a fire control of the road with sniper and mortar fire.

The YPG also launched a military opertion in the Aleppo’s district of Al-Hillak. According to reports, the operation was conducted from the YPG positions at Sheikh Maqsoud. Now, the clashes are ongoing inside Al-Hillak. This draws attention of the terrorists already involved in heavy clashes against the government’s forces in the district of Bustan Al-Pasha.

Meanwhile, the SAA secured the Thermal Power Plant located in eastern Aleppo. Now, the SAA units are securing the area and cleaning it from IEDs planted by terrorists. The Thermal Power Plant has a key value because it is able to provide a significant electricity supplies to the city.

The Turkish army continued to hit Kurdish militia targets in Syria for the third day in a row Feb.15. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu said Ankara will not allow the town of Azaz in northern Syria to fall to the Kurdish YPG forces and promised the “harshest reaction,” if the group attempts to re-take the city. Thus, al Nusra, ISIS and other terrorist groups have got a significant artillery support in Northern Syria which will likely stop advances against terrorists in a few of directions.

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3 Responses to “Turkish artillery supporting ISIS/Al Nusrah inside Syria.”

  1. Aldous says:

    Turkey is voting for Christmas. It is a doomed country and will be left a smouldering ruin. Russia God Bless Her has successfully drawn this duplicitous pariah state into a well laid trap.
    Turks will die like flies and the vermin that they are in Syria and there’s not an awful lot that NATO can do about it. Even if Russia attacks Turks across their border in strategic self defense, I very much doubt that NATO – Rothschild’s North Atlantic Terrorist Org – will come to its rescue. Turkey is a dead duck.

    Russian Pilot:
    Q: Do you know the difference between a Turk pilot and a duck?

    A: A Duck can FLY!

  2. salty says:

    Turkey’s supply route to terrorists via Azaz about to be cut off

    Posted on February 17, 2016.


    Russia says Turkey supplies Islamic State via Syrian town of Azaz – Reuters

    Turkey has vowed it will not let the Syrian town of Azaz fall into the hands of Kurdish forces because it lies on a supply route used by Ankara to support Islamic State, Russia’s Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday.
    Turkey accused Russia on Monday of an “obvious war crime” after missile attacks in northern Syria killed scores of people, and warned the YPG Kurdish militia it would face the “harshest reaction” if it tried to capture Azaz near the Turkish border.
    “Some of our partners have literally implored us ‘not to touch’ a corridor which is a bit shorter than 100 kilometers on the Syrian-Turkish border around Azaz,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in official comments, mentioning Washington and its allies also operating in Syria.
    “Obviously, this is aimed at ensuring continued daily supplies to Islamic State, Jabhat al-Nusra and other terrorist groups with weapons, ammunition and food from Turkey via this area, and also to allow it to serve as a passageway for terrorists,” she said.
    Earlier on Tuesday the Kremlin strongly rejected accusations by Turkey that Russian bombs hit several medical facilities and schools in northern Syria, saying they were unfounded.

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