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Military Situation In Syria On April 17, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • Over 1,300 refugees have recently left the al-Rukban camp via a humanitarian corridor opened by Syrian and Russian forces;
  • The Syrian Arab Army and its allies launched another security operation against ISIS in the Homs-Deir Ezzor desert;
  • ISIS claims that its members killed 2 SDF members annd injured 3 others near al-Sabkah;
  • At least one person was killed by a gunman in Sarmin, Idlib province;
  • An intense shelling was reported in the area of Qalaat Al Madiq and nearby points in northwestern Hama;
  • Sporadic clashes between the Syrian Arab Army and militants erupt along the entire contact line in the Idlib de-militarized zone.
Military Situation In Syria On April 17, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • JHK

    Trying to crush isis will only perpetuate the damage they cause, this is why they only attack america zios and regimes, and are less a problem for Sunnis for example.

    The most capable of handling isis is AlQaeda which sits along the spectrum next to HTS then FSA then Turkey then The Axis itself.

    But regardless of my recommendations, we can already predict based on geopolitical and behavioral means, that infighting will continue perpetually until finally Muslim Brotherhood, Ikhwan, and AlQaeda are begged to the negotiating table as america has begged Taliban.

    The future is for AlQaeda to head The New Global Axis (now that Turkey literally controls it, while Russia China India and Iran consent and are happy to follow and rely on Turkey from now.), albeit Hezbollah would also have a say, but most arent able yet to quite see what Im saying yet, but its already visible.

  • Aleš

    Will Terrorists Be Negotiated?