Military Situation In Syrian City Of Raqqah On June 10, 2017 (Map Update)

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The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), supported by the US-led coalition’s airpower, artillery and special forces, ash-have captured Sabahiyyah, al-Jazrah, the water treatment station and the sugar factory.

Military Situation In Syrian City Of Raqqah On June 10, 2017 (Map Update)

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  • tigbear

    I hate the SDF. They sell out Syria to the USA. The SAA has failed in stopping this. Instead of attacking ISIS, they should have attacked SDF. The SDF is an illegal entity that subverts Syrian sovereignty. They illegally armed themselves. They formed a militia against permission of the Syrian Government. They work with outsiders. In the five years of the war, the SAA should have come down hard on the SDF. They should have made defeating them a priority. Instead they chased (and are still chasing) ISIS. Let the ISIS take over towns. Evacuate the people from the towns. Close off the roads to and from the towns. While they are contained, fight the SDF and all other anti-government groups. Consolidate sovereignty over the towns where these rebel groups can be found. Set up garrisons to prevent these groups forming again. Then when all of these anti-Assad rebel groups have been wiped out, work on ISIS, with the help of Russians. Order an evacuation of the civilian population. You have to know that many civilians in these ISIS towns support ISIS. Then do a bombing raid on the blocked-off town. No one can escape. Nearly all will die in the city from the bombs.
    After the bombing campaign, go in and clean up any remaining ISIS.
    Use these attacks to warn ISIS what will happen to them if they take over a town. This should also warn townspeople what will happen if they let ISIS in, if they support ISIS, if they do not evacuate an ISIS-held town.
    The war should not have taken this long. Two years at the most.

    • Real Anti-Racist Action

      Friend, I do not like the SDF either. They are a coalition against Syria. They are like 85% kurd’s who feel no loyalty to the nation that has for so long protected them.
      What makes sense to me is this… The SAA should go on fighting ISIS, but the SAA should launch dozens of ballistic missiles a day at SDF from across the county using special teams to tag the targets with lasers. Or Syrians air force should should pinpoint targets from the sky for the missiles to hit parts of the SFD.

      • Hayden

        Why would they have loyalty if you don’t even admit they exist and treat them as second class citzens

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          Stop pretending to know the situation , you accept refugees in your home then give then your home sounds like what you are saying . We know the truth and no sooner would we kick them out and than give up our homes , understand the situation . This is generally a term used for your ilk SJW in Yemen and the Peninsula they don’t like Jahili people talking about something they don’t even know about in their region also.

      • Hayden

        “What makes sense to me is this… The SAA should go on fighting ISIS, but the SAA should launch dozens of ballistic missiles a day at SDF from across the county using special teams to tag the targets with lasers. Or Syrians air force should should pinpoint targets from the sky for the missiles to hit parts of the SFD.”
        The point is you don’t have common sense and you rather have ISIS as an excuse to go to these areas.
        Helping ISIS tssk tssk like a Zionist.