Map: Military Situation In Southeastern Syria Following Liberation Of Al-Hadalat Refugee Camp

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On September 11, Syrian government forces re-took control of the al-Hadalat refugee camp from US-backed militant groups near the Syrian border with Jordan. Earlier, government troops took control of the border points of 173, 174, 175, 176 as well as the villages of Rajm al-Matitah and Qabr al-Khatib.

These advances show that the army and its allies continue implementing their strategy aimed at isolating the US-held garrison at At Tanf near the Syrian border with Iraq.

Map: Military Situation In Southeastern Syria Following Liberation Of Al-Hadalat Refugee Camp

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  • Moussa Saab

    The FSA in that pocket lack manpower and it seems that they will have to surrender sooner or later after U.S leaves.

    • Thegr8rambino

      yea its a lose-lose-lose situation for them lmaooo

  • Cheryl Brandon

    Indeed