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US sends more weapons to militants in Syria

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The US military has reportedly delivered a new consignment of weapons and ammunition to a group of militants fighting against the Syrian government.

The weapons were delivered by land to the so-called Syrian Arab Coalition which Washington regards as a “moderate rebel group,” a US official, speaking on condition of anonymity, told the Reuters news agency on Sunday.

The official did not say who transported the ammunition into Syria but added that US troops did not drive them into Syria.

The first delivery to the group was carried out by an air drop back in October. US Central Command spokesman Colonel Patrick Ryder said the ammunition was for those “moderate” militant groups whose leaders were “appropriately vetted by the United States and have been fighting to remove ISIL from northern Syria.”

Since the Syria conflict started in 2011, the US and its allies have been providing military and financial aid to the militants who are accused of widespread war crimes and crimes against civilians.

The US has on several occasions airdropped weapons for anti-Damascus militants, which ended up in the hands of the Daesh terrorists.

The years-long crisis in Syria has claimed the lives of more than 250,000 people and displaced millions of others.

The United States and its regional allies, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia, have been backing militants fighting against the Syrian government and people.


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2 Responses to " US sends more weapons to militants in Syria "

  1. Lone Ranger says:

    And not a single word about this in the lame stream media, barry bin laden and the U.S. govt supporting their jihad buddies.

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  2. gene says:

    I question the notion that the so called moderate rebels are fighting against ISIS. There is no evidence of that None.

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