ISIS Struggles to Keep Its Strongholds and Supply Roads in Northern Syria

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The ISIS terrorist group is struggling to keep its strongholds and supply roads in northern Syria. The map below depicts the situation in the region, in general, and provides a short review of the recent operations there.

ISIS Struggles to Keep Its Strongholds and Supply Roads in Northern Syria

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  • chris chuba

    Yes. This totally sucks. If only Turkey (with the tacit approval of the U.S.) didn’t rearm and allow their Jihadist brigades in the North to replenish their ranks then the SAA would have been able to conduct an actual offensive to Tabaqa Military Airport and started the strangulation of ISIS.

    However, Turkey did allow TOW’s, Manpads, militants, … to flow back into Aleppo and Latakia and the SAA and their allies were forced to deal with the Army of Islam coalition. Payback is a bitch Erdogan, you reap what you sow.

  • Zuzana Rehakova

    Russia has to stop Islamist ideology with tactical nukes. Bomb down the locations of FSA.
    ISIS is anyhow on the run, they will go to any other country.