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What it's Like Driving Through a War-torn Hellscape

Published Nov. 2, 2021

Syrian ambulance drivers maneuver through the streets of some city in Syria as artillery rounds impact all around them. This is what driving through a war-torn hellscape looks like.


A lot of people are very indifferent to the situation on the ground in Syria. They have been for a long time now, as towards the beginning of the conflict the Assad Regime released a large number of extremist terrorists that were being detained. With the release of these extremists, the Free Syrian Army had essentially been rendered incapable of receiving foreign aid, which ensured that the war would last until either the Assad Regime won, or the Free Syrian Army had torn itself apart from the inside due to the large number of extremist factions who had joined them.


Even groups like the White Helmets came under scrutiny from the public, as they had been caught on numerous occasions rescuing and covering for some of those extremist factions. It's an unfortunate event honestly, but this video gives you a good look through the eyes of a regular Syrian ambulance driver (not affiliated with the White Helmets) as they drive to the scene of an attack from the Assad regime.


josh brooks

Published Nov. 2, 2021

Syrian ambulance drivers maneuver through the streets of some city in Syria as artillery rounds impact all around them. This is what driving through a war-torn hellscape looks like.


A lot of people are very indifferent to the situation on the ground in Syria. They have been for a long time now, as towards the beginning of the conflict the Assad Regime released a large number of extremist terrorists that were being detained. With the release of these extremists, the Free Syrian Army had essentially been rendered incapable of receiving foreign aid, which ensured that the war would last until either the Assad Regime won, or the Free Syrian Army had torn itself apart from the inside due to the large number of extremist factions who had joined them.


Even groups like the White Helmets came under scrutiny from the public, as they had been caught on numerous occasions rescuing and covering for some of those extremist factions. It's an unfortunate event honestly, but this video gives you a good look through the eyes of a regular Syrian ambulance driver (not affiliated with the White Helmets) as they drive to the scene of an attack from the Assad regime.


josh brooks

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