"News" inside a U.S. base
Syria Report Monday 21 October 2019
The effects of the destruction are evident in a number of prefabricated housing rooms, at an American point in the town of Qasr Yild, north of Tel Tamer in the western countryside of Hasakeh, after the Americans booed them and destroyed the parts they used as a headquarters. The tour at the base, which has become a new outpost for the Syrian army, shows the size of the large fortifications developed at the point, the presence of shooting fields and helicopter cargo equipment. An officer in the Syrian army says that «the army's control on this point bears the symbolism of military and political victory," adding that "their presence here means that the steadfastness of the Syrian army and leadership forced the occupiers to flee," stressing "the army's determination to expel the occupiers and defeat their terrorist tools until the full restoration of Syrian geography."
Washington completed the withdrawal of all its forces from aleppo and Hasaka provinces, after the last U.S. convoy withdrew from The Sarin airport toward the Syrian-Iraqi border. More than 100 empty vehicles, accompanied by two helicopters and six hummervehicles, entered from the northern Iraqi border towards the Hasakeh countryside to clear the bases in the western countryside of Hasakeh. According to local sources «News» that «more than 50 vehicles were seen last night crossing from Jabal Abdul Aziz towards the Iraqi border loaded with logistical equipment, equipment, mechanisms and weapons», while other mechanisms gathered at The Lifestone point, in the western Dam of Hasakeh, in preparation for its withdrawal from the entire point. Field sources for "News" that "the U.S. withdrawal is fully accomplished during this week," pointing out that "The Americans are bombing their headquarters and blowing them up before completing the withdrawal from any base or stationing point," continuing that "The Americans are working to transfer dangerous isis militants from prisons Hasaka, Al-Maliki and Shaddadi towards the Iraqi border, with a number of families moving from Al-Hol camp." The sources believe that «Washington transfers some of its agents from ISIS militants from prisons to ensure that no secrets related to them are revealed, in the event that they fall into the hands of Damascus or Moscow."