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Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Captures Multiple Areas In Southern Idlib From Turkish-backed Militants (Map Update)

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Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (formerly Jabhat al-Nusra, the Syrian branch of al-Qaeda) has captured multiple areas across southern Idlib from Turkish-backed militants. According to reports appearing from the ground, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham has established control of the villages of Safuhin, Termila, Abedin, Naqayr, Arinaba and Sotuh al Dayr and is developing its advance further.

Hayat Tahrir al-Sham Captures Multiple Areas In Southern Idlib From Turkish-backed Militants (Map Update)

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  • Lem1987

    Sooner HAYAT TAHRIR AL-SHAM Orc capture whole Idlib area the more they be ready for final annihilation

    • Brother Ma

      Nope. Sooner Turkey gets more land off Syria! You watch. Some excuse will come up of why Russia and Iran will allow Erdogan to keep his influence there.

      • jorge

        Nope, Turkey will begin an open and no declared war with Syria, what is not twice illegal, it’s twice criminal, and Syria can ask international help of everyone who can give it against the agressour.

        • Brother Ma

          But the Fukusis wont help Syria! Nor will rus or iran! It is the oil pipeline or salesthat will stop the latter two. So Syria will be all alone and tired after so many years of war.

          House Of “Saudistan” must go!

          • jorge

            You are in despair, Brother, screaming absolute nonsenses against all reality. Russia gave a hard lesson to Turkey because of one plane shot down, and would less shot down Syria or half Syria by the Turks…and when is winning, my god, who you want to try to convince with such bsh!?!?

          • Brother Ma

            Syria still has half of its territory occupied. Afrin ,Idlib and Trans-Euphrates . Border posts still occupied. Syria and Russia/Iran have stopped Assad from being toppled and protecting most people but the country and its resources are still under control by its enemies.
            I would not be too confident yet and I also hope to see all Fukutris pigs out of Syria.

          • jorge

            That mantra of the inevitable, of the hard situation as been repeated in every situation, in every offensive, and the sung their mantra and the caravan went by. By the way, mesure the zones on the map, because is more in the 60%, and don’t worry, soon it will be all, and with the Golan Heights too.

          • Brother Ma

            Let us hope so.

          • jorge

            Okay, Brother, and I hope that in the futur will be some jews in Palestine, as in Saladin time, or even in Rome time, when they were expelled from Jerusalem, but isn’t very intelligent to be under the rule of zionists.

  • jorge

    From a yesterday’s news in almasdar: “the Turkish-backed rebels have kept a large force at the northern outskirts of Manbij and Tal Rifa’at, prompting the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) to remain on high alert near these towns.” So, the Turk proxies don’t care about al Qaeda in Idlib, they care of attacking SAA’s positions in Manbij and Tal Rifa’at, and both these cities aren’t in eastern Euphrates, are in the west side of the river. Nothing points to an SAA’s retreat if the Turks and their proxies will attack any of the two areas, and Turkey will be in a de facto situation of war with Syria.

    • Barba_Papa

      I think Turkey’s aim is not so much which headchopper faction controls Idlib, as long as Assad does not regain that part of his country. Which is probably why the only time we will see Erdogan come into action over Idlib is when the SAA is about to launch an offensive to regain it. Never while headchoppers duke it out or when they are breaking the ceasefire.

      • jorge

        Erdogan knows that the syrian government will take control of Idlib, with the russian and iranian support, and that it’s only a question of time, so he wants ‘compensation’ in Manbij and Tal Rifa’at and even east Euphrates, as he have done last year in Afrin, when the SAA took a third of the Idlib’s de-escalation zone. But he only had then the russian permission to use the turquish air force because was then necessary to call the kurds to reason, to call the kurds to not follow their separatists, now isn’t necessary and the SAA are taking positions to resist the invasion, even in east Euphrates, because the tigers forces were put on reserve in central Syria and not far of the river. If the Turks enter, it’s a situation of war not declared against Syria.

  • Master Oroko

    Terrorist against terrorist. Nobody to root for here…

  • Apparently what is going on in IDLIB is genocide of civilians and suppressing any opposition against Turkey.
    But it would be disturbing for the world to see ‘Moderate’ rebels officially backed by
    Turkey (and Saudi and USA) beheading SYRIAN CIVILIANS so Turkey came
    with the story about Zenki movement defeated by HTS.

    In reality both factions are the same jihadists under FUKUS-Israeli-USA-Turkey control, but Zenki as ‘moderates’ can’t kill civilians because it would cause international outrage.
    But HTS is formally ‘not moderate’ so they can slaughter anybody with impunity . With quiet
    Erdogan’s support because killing Christians in Syria is very important for Erdogan’s political goals..
    And what is pissing me the most is Putin’s and Russia role in this genocide ongoing.
    Putin must knew the true nature of Turkey’s ‘de-escalation zone’ in Idlib. But Putin
    allowed this mess as he wanted to sell gas to Europe via Turkey.

    POLITICS IS DISGUSTING.

    • Willing Conscience (The Truths

      Are you sure Erdogan wants to hold onto all of Idlib, they have no money and are all on welfare at the moment in Idlib [I’m being serious], and Turkey’s economic situation is dire back home, how could Erdogan and Turkey continue to afford it even with full UNHCR support.
      But if he consolidated his forces in the north and abandoned the south it would save him a lot of money, and free up his soldiers for other things. Especially if he’d worked out a deal with Putin that allowed the SAA to come in and occupy all the southern areas HTS now do, which would also allow Erdogan’s forces to attack the remaining HTS fighters in the north and then occupy their areas, safe in the knowledge the SAA and Russia wouldn’t attack them because of the deal they’d done. Erdogan’s forces won’t be safe while HTS is around, HTS would always be a viable target for the SAA and Russia to attack, so having them as a buffer between Erdogan’s and the SAA forces would really achieve nothing in the long run, just postpone the inevitable, creating a security pact between the SAA and the Turks proxies would be a much better outcome for Erdogan.
      That would work out well for everyone, not perfectly for anyone, but good enough so that everyone got an equal slice of the pie and no one was left out, except HTS that is.

  • antoun

    excellente news for damas and moscow!!!! :)