BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The Turkish military sent a new convoy of reinforcements into northwestern Syria this morning.

According to reports from northwestern Syria, the Turkish military crossed into the Idlib Governorate from the Hatay Province before making their way to the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

The Turkish military reportedly reached their observation post in the town of Sheikh Maghar and reinforced their troops at this site near the demilitarized zone.

The reports added that the Turkish military convoy consisted of more than ten armored vehicles and dozens of soldiers.

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“the Hatay Province” => This is the occupied Antioch province and it belongs to Syria. Turks illegally invaded in 1939.

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And who gave it to them? (“On 29 June 1939, following a referendum, Hatay became a Turkish province. This referendum has been labelled both “phoney” and “rigged”, and a way for the French to let Turks take over the area, hoping that they would turn on Hitler.”). P.S. Syria wants its land back-“Syrian Resistance” (Currently fighting foreign-backed terrorists in Syria).