The United States is committed to maintaining instability and terrorism in Syria. To do this, they are trying to neutralize Assad’s allies

The recent attacks by Islamic State terrorists on Syrian positions, as well as the release of thousands of prisoners in US-occupied eastern Syria, illustrate how Washington is containing regional instability as part of its pledge to turn the country into a swamp for Russia and Iran.
US Special Envoy for Syria James Jeffrey has called for continued American deployment in the war-torn country to maintain pressure on American enemies and make the conflict a swamp for Russia.
The government troops of the SAR today control most of the country, and Russia and Iran are supporting them in this. The Americans are trying to undermine Bashar al-Assad’s allies, weaken their “enemies,” while avoiding the “costly mission creep,” as James Jeffrey recently said. In fact, the American military presence in the war-torn state has no other goals, even formal ones.
For these purposes, the States create the most unbearable conditions in camps for family members of ISIS terrorist organization fighters, which are located in the US-controlled territories of Syria. Then, after enough anger builds up among the people who needed help to return to civilian life, the American troops expel them outside their zone of control.
In this context, it is not surprising that Syria regularly receives reports of clashes between government forces and radical militants operating in the desert area west of the Euphrates River.
It is not difficult to understand who is supplying these units with food and ammunition, which, as you might guess, do not grow on trees in the desert.
The Syrian conflict since 2011 is the result of US efforts to build, arm, supply and otherwise support militants trying to overthrow the government in Damascus. Having failed to achieve this main goal and squandered all its authority in the international arena, Washington has now moved to openly obstructing peace and restoring the integrity of the Middle East region after the ongoing conflict, in spite of its international competitors, including Russia, Iran and even China.
Attempts by Washington to continue to portray itself as a partner in the fight against global terrorism, rather than its source, seem to have completely exhausted themselves, and the United States nevertheless admits its presence in Syria is aimed at prolonging the conflict, rather than helping to end it. This has been illustrated on multiple occasions by America’s confrontation with Russia in Syria — including the recent incident in which American military vehicles tried unsuccessfully to block a Russian military patrol.
Today, the remaining unstable areas of Syria, where fighting continues, are concentrated in both Turkish and American occupied territory in the interior of the country. The resolution of these conflict zones will mark the end of the conflict and the establishment of peace, which Ankara and Washington oppose.
However, according to Western experts, the withdrawal of American troops will lead to the revival of ISIS, obviously, terrorism is flourishing everywhere, the Syrian troops were unable to repulse it due to the illegal presence of America inside the country. The withdrawal of American troops will be the first real step towards eliminating the last stronghold of terrorism in both Syria and the region.

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