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Military Situation In Syria On February 27, 2017 (Map Update)


This map provides a general look at the military situation in Syria on February 27, 2017.

Military Situation In Syria On February 27, 2017 (Map Update)

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  • Thegr8rambino

    Jesus, like still half the country under IS control!

    • Igor Ochocinszk

      like 90% of that is desert, rest is ultra-fertile land around Euphrates. What SAA got is control over large parts of population centers:
      Aleppo- All of it except kurdish Sheikh Maksud parts of Al-Layramoun, whole of Rashidin 4 and right now fighting for Rashidin 5

      Damascus- All except all the southern part of damascus (held mainly by ISIS), Qaboun and Barzeh (held by Tahrir al-Sham) and shitton of eastern suburbs

      Daraa – around 55% of the city ( rest by Tahrir Al-Sham and …. interestingly named Southern Front terror group, no relation with this site whatsoever)

      Deir Ez- Zor – around 50% of the city (rest by ISIS)

      Hama- All of it

      Latakia – All of it

      Tartus – All of it

      Homs – All of it except Waer district (yup Tahrir dudes again)

      Jableh – All of it

      Salamiyah – All of it

      As-Suweidah – All of it

      Qamishli – some third of it, rest by kurds

      Hasakah – small part of it, rest illegally occupied by some criminals claiming to be aligned with YPG

      • dutchnational

        SDF :

        ALEPPO : 1/2 of North Aleppo (Kobane and Manbij and Afrin and part of Azaz corridor and Sjeikh Maqsud and three other quarters

        Raqqah : All except for Raqqah city and southern desert.

        Deir ez Zor : Northern part, almost at the Euphrates.

        Hasakah : Completely except for small part of Hasakah city, small part of Qamishli and 25 surrounding villages south of the city.

        All in all, SDF controls 21% of the country, some 20% of the population, a lot of the food growing areas, a lot of the oil and electricity production.

    • Xanatos

      Everything south of the Euphrates river, except the Oasis of palmyra, is the Syrian desert. Nobody controls the desert. It’s always drawn as under the control of isis to exaggerate their power. But armies from any side regularly pass thru the desert, including shiite militia from Iraq who fought in aleppo.

      • Thegr8rambino

        Interesting I didn’t know that, thanks!

    • luluka

      That’s more like desert not a inhabited area . Things arr going better and better don’t worry .

  • Brad Isherwood