Qamishli residents express fury at US soldiers in northeast Syria (vid)

Dramatic footage emerged on Monday of angry Kurdish residents in northeastern Syria throwing tomatoes at the US troops withdrawing from the area seemingly bringing to an end a five year alliance that saw the territorial defeat of Islamic State (ISIS).

Angered residents can be heard shouting “no, no” in unison as the armored vehicles try to pass through a small crowd in the city of Qamishli in northeast Syria. A young bearded man shouts “what happened to you” at one of the soldiers atop one armored vehicle.

Turkey launched an air campaign against the US allied Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) on October 7 hours after President Recept Tayyip Erdogan told President Donald Trump that he was going to invade northern Syria.