Explosions in the Al-Omar oil field, which is being used by the American occupation forces as their largest illegal base in Syria.
This was a missile attack carried out by unknown persons, targeting the “Green Zone” in the illegal American base in the “Al-Omar” oil field, which is the largest oil field in Syria, followed by the escalation of flames from the base without knowing the locations that were targeted inside the oil base.
Where local sources in Deir ez-Zor confirmed that at least 3 “Katyusha” missiles fell on the al-Omar field base this evening, which led to the escalation of flames amid a great alertness of the American occupation forces, which sounded the sirens.
The sources also revealed that ambulances rushed to the Green Zone, which is the residential city attached to the oil field and which the US Army takes as a residence for its soldiers and officers.
It is not clear until now, whether the bombing resulted in casualties among the American forces.
The sources indicated that the American forces and militiamen loyal to them carried out a heavy deployment in the vicinity of the region, in conjunction with the intense flight of the military and reconnaissance aircraft of the American army over the region.
Also, the base of Al-Omar oil field has been subjected to three times of missile bombardment and armed attacks during the past month.
The US Army owns about 28 military bases in Syria that take the form of a tight cordon that surrounds the sources of Syrian oil and gas, and their largest fields, which produce the majority of the country’s underground wealth.
The Al-Omar oil field in the eastern countryside of Deir ez-Zor is also the largest Syrian oil field, and it contains the largest illegal US bases in Syria.
The Syrian Oil Ministry revealed that “the American occupation forces and their mercenaries steal up to 66,000 barrels per day from the fields they occupy in eastern Syria out of a total daily production of 80.3 thousand barrels.”
US Army officers and soldiers are active in exporting stolen Syrian oil through the illegal crossings in northern and northeastern Syria, in preparation for selling it in the nearby black markets, such as Iraqi Kurdistan and other destinations, including the Idlib region, which is occupied by the “Al-Nusra Front” organization (the terrorist banned in Russia), while Syria suffers In general, a suffocating fuel crisis as a result of the economic blockade on the country