Military Situation In Syria On January 29, 2018 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Syria On January 29, 2018 (Map Update)

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  • Barba_Papa

    There’s still a Green Daesh presence being shown in the North Hama pocket, that’s supposed to be taken over completely by ISIS.

    • You can call me Al

      Exactly right.

    • northerntruthseeker .

      Both are nothing more than US bought and paid for mercenaries and operatives.. so does it really make that much of a difference?

  • Michał Hunicz

    Why Abu Duhur is “contested”?!

  • Deo Cass

    M% and MR highways need to be liberated from the Zionist terror squads.

  • Don Machiavelli

    At Tanf needs some love. Soon hopefully. Through Jordan terrorists have unlimited supply.

    • Smith Ricky

      For all the bullshit they caused, after this war I think Syria should invade Jordan.

      • SG

        That will only invite a reaction from Israel and Saudi Arabia. Best to have Russian troops in the area beforehand, at least an entire Combined Arms Army from the South MD. Therefore they would need to go through either Georgia/Turkey or Azerbaijan/Iran/Iraq, because I’m pretty sure that Russia can’t supply 30,000-80,000 troops by sea or air right now.

      • SG

        That will only invite a reaction from Israel and Saudi Arabia. Best to have Russian troops in the area beforehand, at least an entire Combined Arms Army from the South MD. Therefore they would need to go through either Georgia/Turkey or Azerbaijan/Iran/Iraq, because I’m pretty sure that Russia can’t supply 30,000-80,000 troops by sea or air right now.

      • northerntruthseeker .

        NO… No need to invade these other countries, for that would give the US their “excuse” to attack Syria directly..

      • Don Machiavelli

        You surely have point but on international level that has some serious implications.
        Syria has no desire to do such things, after all they are civilized and modern society in many aspects and as @northerntruthseeker:disqus said it would give not only excuse for the US to attack Syria but also it would give legitimacy to other wars in the region.

        • Smith Ricky

          Not directly of course. Sending mercenaries would be best option. Just like they’ve done in Syria.

          • Don Machiavelli

            Thats an option but it can hardly work in countries with around and more than 80mil people.

  • You can call me Al

    I didn’t see that little SDF pocket on the West of the Euphrates -> Al-Tabaqah containing an airport; why in God’s name is that still there ?.

    • northerntruthseeker .

      The Syrian Arab Army is working on reducing and destroying other pockets of US fraud rebel resistance first, and once that is done they will tackle the issue of this one as well as the Al Tanf eyesore….

      Hopefully the Kurds on the northeastern side will finally see the light, stop dealing with the devil aka the “US-Israel” criminal cabal, and then the entire nation will be finally painted red!