Citizens from a number of towns in Qamishli’s southern countryside, supported by members of the Syrian Arab Army, intercepted on Wednesday a US occupation military convoy, and forced them to turn back.
Civil sources told SANA that families of Um al-Ghadir and Thamnih Rahya, located to the south of the Tel Hamis area in Qamishli southern countryside, intercepted a military convoy of the US occupation, throwing stones at them and chanting slogans against their presence.
The sources added that vehicles turned around and went back into the direction of Farfarah village.
The Syrian families always reject any presence of foreign occupation in Syrian al-Jazeera region.
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