US forces under attack near occupied gas field in Syria

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RAEL’S COMMENT:
Another illegal occupation by USA

At least one explosion has rocked the Conoco gas field in Deir ez-Zor province, which is occupied by Washington-backed SDF forces, with initial reports suggesting no casualties among American troops stationed in the area.

Local sources, cited by Syrian state news agency SANA, noted “unusual movements of the occupation forces” following the blast, but details were scarce as the area is controlled by the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces. A US defense official confirmed the attack to Reuters but said the fire was “indirect” and apparently caused no casualties or damage.

This is the latest in a series of attacks against American forces in Syria. On June 28, a US base near the Omar oil field in Deir Ez-Zor was struck by mortar fire, and over the past week, there were several reports of attempted drone attacks allegedly thwarted by the SDF. US forces are also taking heat across the border in Iraq, with over a dozen rockets hitting an Iraqi airbase hosting US forces this week alone, injuring at least two American soldiers.

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