West to east.
Same as always. If it’s happening anywhere—artillery, air strikes, ground battles, all of it—it’s happening there.
The US, seen convoying from Qamishli and heading west, is fully moving out (again?), and the Russians are fully moving in. They have their flag up at the main base. This explains why they were being so oddly protective of that area the other day. Russia is its own side.
Fighting. Drones. A lot of the same. Four Arab tribes have joined SDF in the region .
This is like a day old but it’s basically the same.
WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO
Ras al-Ayn/Tal Tamer:
Heavy fighting with shelling and air strikes, including ambulances. It was chaotic enough that there were conflicting reports, but ultimately it seems SDF were south of SAA who beat back the Turkish forces and hen both pushed towards Ras al-Ayn from northeast of Tal Tamer.
Assad’s SAA has established more of a presence, to the US, Russia, SDF, and Syria and probably some Iranian spies are all there. This is likely why the locals keep throwing rocks.
Uh oh… So much for my Qamishli update. Gooooooood more-ning Qa-mish-liiiiiiiiii!!
Car bomb exploded. US troops being pelted by rocks.
Me too, Chewie. Me too.
But they’re not out of rocks.
This one is amazing:
The rock throwing is just… I dunno… I love it. I wanna throw some rocks.
I find the rock throwing captivating as well. If that hasn’t come across.