Photos: Republican Guard Gen Issam Zahreddine And Tiger Forces Troops In Deir Ezzor

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New photos have appeared online showing Syrian Republican Guard Issam Zahreddine, a commander of the defenders of Deir Ezzor, and fighters of the Syrian Arab Army Tiger Forces in the 137th Brigade Base after breaking the ISIS siege on Deir Ezzor city.

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  • Antonovs

    Huge respect for those men. And I see that many aren’t exactly young

    • Behold a Pale Horse

      All the youngsters are in Germany.

      • Antonovs

        Yeah I thought so, bunch of spineless traitors. Germany can keep them.

        • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

          Many of them are young you just can see the constant siege has added years to their faces, this is one of the by products of war even Gen. Issam Zahr eddin is even aged by this. many have died defending the city and it’s disrespectful to assume the young fled. Much of Syrian population is either very young or old they lost a great many of their youth to this terrorist invasion.

        • goingbrokes

          Too early to judge those who fled, people always flee wars, particularly those they cannot understand. And the attack on Syria has been so covered with propaganda, mis-information and media psyops that it was really difficult to know what was going on. What would you do if a bunch of heavily armed insurgents enter your village and start executing people in the streets, and the army units sent to protect you are ambushed and killed before they reach you? Don’t forget SAA lost up to 100,000 soldiers KIA in the beginning of the war, that is a lot. Of course people run away in those circumstances. What many people miss is that those who fled abroad are prevented from returning by NATO powers and Gulf States. It is all part of the plan. Despite all that – Syrian government and people have prevailed.

          • Antonovs

            The problem is that I saw way to much examples where they left safe areas and also left their families behind by telling: I will settle in and after that will fly you lot over.

          • goingbrokes

            It is hard to read what is going on here. Perhaps the people from “safe” areas were the ones to make it alive. It makes sense that if you are going to have to flee that you flee while you still can. Many were killed on the road.
            Equally, settling in and helping the rest of the family over can be a reasonable plan, but when you arrive you realise that it’s not easy “settling in” in a culture turned hostile by the sheer numbers, fear of infiltrated terrorists and native population’s frustrations with EU’s open borders policy which has been exploited by the globalist elites to create these refugee crises.
            I’m just saying that we are all under attack from the globalists and banksters, and we need to unite against that onslaught to save our cultures. We are victims as are the Syrian refugees. The design is that we are being turned against each other, and the elites laugh at our stupidity.

        • Wahid Algiers

          You are right. All these young syrian men fled to Germany are there to get a good life instead od defendeing their rights IN SYRIA. They are cowards, nothing else.

        • Real Anti-Racist Action

          Germany should ship them to the Gulags in Siberia Russia where they can learn that everyday is Labor Day.
          https://holodomorinfo.com/

    • AtoZ

      So you’re both wrong and disrespectful of the Syrian people’s resistance against the combined forces or the western imperial powers.

      The young ones in this photo are dead. Killed by US backed mercenaries and terrorists. This city has been completely surrounded by ISIS for almost half a decade without much relief coming.

      The “youngsters”, many of whom can’t wait to fight and do so bravely, are either on the tiger forces or the defensive forces or dead. And yes some are in Europe.

      • Antonovs

        My comment applies only to the ones that are in Europe

  • Bru

    Long live the Syrian Army!

  • Carol Binkley

    True fighters, true soldiers.

    KiraSeer

  • ruca

    Nice batch of heroes there. Keep up the great work!

  • ελευθεριος βενιζελος

    how many men were Inside the Pocket??

    • Terra Cotta Woolpuller

      Just say 10,000-15,000 defenders or more.

    • Wahid Algiers

      My last information before lifting the siege, some weeks/s week ago: about 10.000 men, most of them SRG (Syrian Rep. Guard). In both locations City and Airport.

  • Barba_Papa

    Zahreddine looks like he’s suddenly aged 10 years. I guess with the siege lifted a great weight has fallen from his shoulders and he can finally relax a little.

  • SOF

    Gallery Of Badasses.

  • adzsiam

    The General’s face has a mixture of war weariness and a ‘thousand mile’ stare.

  • alejoeisabel

    The Zionist military of Israel will think not even once to invade Syria. If they have half a brain they will return the stolen territory of the Golan Heights back to its rightful owners the people of Syria.