Opposition Syrian National Army will likely hand Manbij city to Turkish forces; Israel says, "the campaign against Iran is not over"

تحرير محمد علاء | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 28 مايو، 2018 12:10:53 م تقرير دوليعسكريسياسيأعمال واقتصاداجتماعيفن وثقافة تركيا

Local and field news:

The Syrian National Army, which is made up of opposition factions and Turkish forces, announces that it will likely hand over the city of Manbij, 80 kilometers east of Aleppo, Northern Syrian, to the Turkish forces. The Army said that it welcomes the "road map" that Turkey and the United States of America laid out regarding the fate of the city.

Mohammad Hamadin, the official spokesman of the National Army operating in Northern Syria, reported that “the Army welcomes the road map and supports the return of every piece of land to the Syrian revolution.”

The Turkish authorities in the Afrin region, 43 kilometers northwest of Aleppo, Northern Syria, force the farmers to sell their wheat crops to Turkey at a price set by the Turkish authorities.

One of the farmers, who preferred to stay anonymous for security reasons, reported that farmers who disagree with the Turkish terms are threatened with the confiscation of their crops. The farmer added that Turkey set the price of one kilogram of wheat at 90 Syrian pounds, although the farmers would normally sell it in the city of Azaz in Aleppo for 130 Syrian pounds.

About 56 Turkish universities welcome Syrian students with high school certificates and passed “YOS exams,” which were held by the Turkish university of Harran in the city of al-Bab, 38 kilometers east of Aleppo, Northern Syria.

In Daraa, Southern Syria, a commander in the Free Syrian Army reported that the factions will not hand the Nasib border crossing over to any party, regardless of who supervises the crossing, be it the Russians, Iranians, Jordanians.

On Sunday, the Islamic State (ISIS) activated a car bomb at an outpost of the Syrian government forces in al-Badiya east of the Eastern Qalamoun area in the Rif Dimashq governorate, killing and injuring members of the government forces.

The loyalist forces and their allied militias, particularly the Lewa'at al-Quds militia, recruited dozens of young men in the city of al-Rouhaybah, Eastern Damascus, in order to send them to the frontline in Deir ez-Zor, Eastern Syria. The recruits will be rewarded with 250 US dollars each.

Kidnappers in the as-Suwayda governorate, Southern Syria, use Facebook to lure their victims from other Syrian governorates.

On Monday, locals from as-Suwayda reported that the kidnappers post employment advertisements on Facebook, saying that they need plumbers, electricians, and interior designers to work in building constructions. When the victim arrives to the as-Suwayda governorate they are kidnapped. Most of the kidnappings happened near the Salakhed village near the city of Shahba.

The city of al-Qamishli hosted a friendly karate tournament in al-Hasakah, Northern Syria. The Sports Union of the Kurdish Autonomous Administration (Rojova) organized the tournament for dozens of girls at different ages.

A landmine left behind by the Islamic State exploded and killed a civilian in an area previously controlled by ISIS.

A sandstorm hit several Syrian governorates after an earlier rainstorm hit Syria and damaged several properties.

International and political news:

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the campaign against Iran in the Middle East is not over and that Israel is still in the midst of it.

Netanyahu added that the Iranian presence in Syria goes against Israel, after a conversation he had with the United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

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تحرير محمد علاء | ترجمة نهى سالطي | تحرير الترجمة Vera Halvorsen 🕔 تم النشر بتاريخ : 28 مايو، 2018 12:10:53 م تقرير دوليعسكريسياسيأعمال واقتصاداجتماعيفن وثقافة تركيا
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