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Syrian Conflict Coverage: Fuel Tanker Ambush
Trying to understand the Syrian conflict through social media.
While western journalist are having difficulty penetrating the veil of secrecy that is surrounding Syria, and those that do get into Syria are reporting extreme danger to themselves (multiple journalist in Syria covering the conflict have been killed), the worlds is forced to follow the collapse of Syria into anarchy by those who are living it through the use of social media.
On both sides of the conflict, government and rebel forces are turning to social media to not only tell their story, but also to brag of their "accomplishments". These "accomplishments" demonstrate the horror of what modern warfare has degenerated into; roadside ambushes, noncombatants targeted for murder and destruction of nonmilitary infrastructure (homes and businesses).
In this Youtube film clip uploaded on July 22, 2020, rebel combatants film the ambush and destruction of a fuel tanker. The film clip shows three tankers in a convoy. Two tankers are military tankers and the third tanker is a typical civilian tanker, possibly under contract to support the Syrian government. Or, it could have been just an unlucky trucker and his cargo of fuel that was in the wrong place.
Capturing the tankers would have been relatively easy since the tankers are moving about unprotected. However, the Syrian rebel forces lack heavy mechanized machinery and have little need for the tanker. The government of Syria is using heavy mechanized weapons and needs these fuel trucks. So, instead the tanker becomes a target of opportunity.
The ambush zone is a 90 degree bend in the road. The trucks have to slow down to make this right hand turn. Once they slow down and begin their turn, the trucks are an obvious and easy target for a road side bomb or a rocket propelled grenade.
The film crew is atop an overlook of the road. The film crew has been obviously tipped off to the ambush and are waiting for the attack. The first two fuel trucks drive into the ambush zone and leave unscathed. The third, the civilian tanker, is not so lucky. In a flash the truck is engulfed in a fireball. The narrator of the film begins yelling Allah Akabar or "God is great." They also start laughing.
This video helps to underscore the difficulty in taking sides within this conflict. The first two tankers are obviously military tankers. The third tanker is questiionable. The rebels attack the third tanker, the questionable one and avoid attacking the obvious military tankers.
Why is this? Why is there not a centralized rebel leadership that can exert some control over the rebel forces ensuring that only military targets are engaged? Of course the answer to this question cannot be answered. This attack is just one of hundreds, maybe even thousands of similar attacks.