Trucks loaded with fuel, heading to Quds force and Asad’s soldiers bombed by coalition forces



Oil filled trucks near Deir ez-Zor bombed by coalition forces.

Kurdish sources reported, on Tuesday, coalition forces planes bombed 32 trucks loaded with fuel while trying to enter Deir al-Azur, which is the Assad regime’s control areas. These areas suffer from a severe shortage of fuel, especially gasoline, where cars wait in line for more than 24 hours for no more than 15 liters.

Reportedly, these trucks were transporting oil to the Qods Force and Assad’s soldiers. It is unclear where the trucks originated, however

Last week Egyptian officials did report that the Khomeiniist regime in Tehran had been shipping oil to Syria overland as the Suez Canal was no longer allowing the passage of the Iranian tankers.

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