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Syrian Army To Open New Humanitarian Corridors In Idlib, Aleppo

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The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) will open two humanitarian corridors with the terrorist-occupied Greater Idlib region in order to facilitate the evacuation of the civilians stuck there, the al-Mayadeen TV revealed on February 15.

According to the Lebanese news channel, the new humanitarian corridors will be established in the town of Miznaz in western Aleppo and the town of Bjariz in southeast Idlib.

The Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria confirmed that new humanitarian corridors will be opened soon, calling on the remaining militants in Greater Idlib to abandon hostile acts and engage in the reconciliation process.

Syrian Army To Open New Humanitarian Corridors In Idlib, Aleppo

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Last months, the SAA opened three humanitarian corridors around Greater Idlib. However, al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (HTS), which controls the region, prevented the people from leaving.

HTS’ rejection of any peaceful solution forced the SAA to resume military operations in Greater Idlib. In a few weeks, the army captured the strategic Damascus-Aleppo highway, formally known as the M5, and secured Aleppo city.

The plans to establish new humanitarian corridors indicate that the SAA may announce a ceasefire in Greater Idlib soon. Such a measure could allow tens of thousands of civilians to return to their liberated towns and villages.

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  1. ColinNZ says:

    Incredible progress by SAA & allies, and liberating all of west & northwest Aleppo is the perfect response to Erdoghan’s threats and demands for the SAA to immediately withdraw from all areas in which the SAA has advanced. Karma indeed.

  2. LR captain says:

    Dammit SAA you still had 14 days left in February you should have closed the pocket even further.
    Like take south idlib. north latakia. Move up to the suburbs if idlib city. The militants had no defenses there.

    Do you guys know how long it takes to make a trench and a set of small hard points. How much weapons the turks will send them. How many militants will be retrained.

    1. Tim Williams says:

      it’s not over

      1. LR captain says:

        it better not be over the SAA are basically marching over the territory at this point.

        1. FlorianGeyer says:

          The SAA will be be cognisant of their extended supply lines now. The opening of the M4 is vital.

  3. Barba_Papa says:

    The plans to establish new humanitarian corridors indicate that the SAA may announce a ceasefire in Greater Idlib soon. Such a measure could allow tens of thousands of civilians to return to their liberated towns and villages.

    Yeah, that was what I was expecting would happen once the headchoppers were pushed away from Aleppo. And probably why the rats fled rather then make their stand. A little disappointed but not surprised. Ah well, this will give that rat Erdogan (no insults meant to rats) a chance to cool off and find something else to get excited about. I’m sure Al Qaida and friends will not surrender, nor adhere to any ceasefire. So expect the offensive to restart a couple of months from now. Or even less. Only if there is a ceasefire of course.

  4. Aaron Driver says:

    I agree take the initiative, you have 3 million Turkish Islamic party , AL qeida , AL nusra, hayat al sham and NLA, FSA militants and their families on the run, send them over the border before they dig themselves in

  5. Tim Williams says:

    Filthy rats forcing those that want to leave to cough up 100 dollars

  6. Tim Williams says:

    SAA continues to push west … at any point they face heavy resistance … TOS 1A’S immediately neutralize them

    1. Oscar Silva Martinez says:

      I would love to see soon in Anna news or R&U videos how those terrorists burn alive.

        1. roland says:

          That was fucken awesome

      1. Tim Williams says:

        I would too … but you have to be on the receiving end to video it … no thanks

        1. Oscar Silva Martinez says:

          LOL so true!!!

        2. FlorianGeyer says:

          Spoilsport :)

  7. Tim Williams says:

    Want to keep firing on the SAA … OK


  8. Tim Williams says:

    SAA is saying 60% of all the heavy armor the Turks have sent into Syria in the last 10 days has either been destroyed, abandoned or captured … and the imbeciles continue to try and pour more in … The defeat for the TURKS is epic …

    1. BlueOctopusBoy says:

      Source: brain

      1. Adi says:

        No,dead brain.

  9. Tim Williams says:

    TRUMP phone call with madman of ANKARA did not go well … USA President was livid he supplied man pads to the rats … how many … where are they … the entire planet is at risk now … you stupid idiot …

    1. FlorianGeyer says:

      Wonderful, when the sleepwalking brain impaired ‘woke’ see passenger planes in Europe and the US falling from the sky, my retort will be , you get what you pay for and you governments paid for these weapons that are now being used against you by the headchoppers you paid to do your dirty work in the Middle East.

  10. gustavo says:

    It would be interesting if SAA starts immediately with the recovery of M4 highway.

    1. Tim Williams says:

      they have not even cleared the M 5 completely yet, now the highway north of the city to boot … almost going too fast

      1. igybundy says:

        not the same units.. over 50,000 SAA there..

  11. Joe Doe says:

    While militans on the run. SAA should still push West till reach Dar Taizzah, than go south towards Turmanin, Atarib, Kafr Nuran.

    1. Tim Williams says:

      they are … pounding everything

  12. Tim Williams says:

    IDlLIB CITY city now 2/3 surrounded by SAA forces… noose is tightening

    1. PZIVJ says:

      Idlib city ??
      Cmon Tim, Don’t BS us. :)

      1. Tim Williams says:

        20 kilometer ring

      2. FlorianGeyer says:

        Tomorrow we will see.

        1. PZIVJ says:

          I am as hopeful as the next guy, well maybe. :D
          SAA has done news blackout and news delay in the past, but the other side also?

          1. Tim Williams says:

            I said last night watch the north .. I never expected it go this go this fast

          2. PZIVJ says:

            Agreed, I expected NW Aleppo to take at least 3 days.
            Advance was very impressive. :)

          3. Tim Williams says:

            me as well 72 – 96 hours

    2. Adi says:

      They taken the Golan and are already besieging Tel Aviv also at the moment.Jerusalem is next tommorow.

      1. geopolitica says:

        don’t laught too much when hezbollah and SAA will finish north where do you think they are going next.

  13. Tim Williams says:

    Still pushing west … plenty of troops, food, fuel and ammo … what more do you need ?


    1. roland says:

      But what happens to the fleeing jihadist will turkey let them in or will there be a bloodbath

  14. Squeeth says:

    The triumph of the Allied forces has left a couple of inviting salients to cut off; the one in the south looks particularly inviting.

  15. Tim Williams says:

    utter chaos behind rat lines now …


  16. MeMad Max says:

    Only scum use innocent people as human shields….

    1. Tim Williams says:

      no doubt

    2. Ronald says:

      That’s why opening these humanitarian corridors is spot on timing.

      Rats will be too busy running to stop citizens fleeing east to Syrian held ground.

  17. Tim Williams says:

    If the TURKS stay in IDLIB CITY … it will be a modern day version of the FRENCH FIASCO at DIEN BIEN PHU

    1. FlorianGeyer says:

      That would be fun to see.

  18. Tim Williams says:

    PUTIN stating SAA will not give up 1 meter from where they stand if a new cease fire kicks in

    1. FlorianGeyer says:

      That statement in itself points toward the continued liberation.

      The jihadis would break any ceasefire anyway.

  19. Tim Williams says:

    Russian Air Force cratering roads everywhere … ground is too soft for the Turkey equipment to move on soil … just being abandoned as the rats flee

    1. igybundy says:

      the russian winter hits syria…

  20. Tim Williams says:

    I’m 77 years old … have vast experience in the Middle East ( govt )

    The best people and normal citizens I ever dealt with were from Iran, Syria … if you were honest in your intentions … they were as well.

    I never cared for Saudis, Egyptians, Jordanians … they will stab in the back without hesitation.

    1. Adi says:

      Agree,syrian pussy is the best.

      1. Kananda says:

        The syrian ladies are pretty, not like the zionist whores.

        1. Adi says:

          Yea,ladies my ass.You have no idea…

    2. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

      Ι like Egypt…I v been there a couple of times and never had an issue, every Egyptian I met went ‘crazy’ when they heard I was Greek, they seem to really like the Greeks…thats Alexander the great’s legacy for ya I guess …

      Roughly One or two in every 10 Egyptians is a Christian Copt…and Sisi always visits the Christian church at Chrismas unlike his predecessors.



      1. Informbiro says:

        What does Alexander Makedonski has to do with Greece? Lmao,you do realize Greece is the only country in the world that teaches and claims that Alexander Makedonski was greek? Hahahaha

        1. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

          Ok I m not going to discuss historical facts with Jew-Turkish-Gypsy troll so why dont you go f*ck a donkey or a goat or whatever you cockroaches do …

          1. Informbiro says:

            f..u greek gipsy :) and the fact is his name is Aleksandar Makedonski!

          2. Informbiro says:

            Right,hence why you hang on some arab forum 24/7 living of EUs social welfare…hahahaha,pathetic country and people.

          3. Maximus Decimus Meridius says:

            There is no nation as big and useless as the Greeks. CAUSES
            -They say that they produced all civilizations themselves. ??????
            – According to them, Greek society found all the good things, but they were stolen by others. :)))))
            -God is with them. :)))))))
            There is no Greek society in history. There are Sparta, Athens etc etc.
            Hellenic culture is the macedonian-greek culture that comes from Alexander the Great.
            Germans gave the name Greece to the Greeks. (Modern Greece is the period that started with the establishment of a state under the name of the Greek Kingdom in the Peloponnese and Athens as a result of the defeats of the Ottoman State against England, France and Russia in 1821. Following the establishment of the Greek Kingdom, a German named Otto, who came from a Bavarian aristocratic family, was appointed as the first Greek King.)

          4. Maximus Decimus Meridius says:

            The Greeks forged the Roman (Byzantine fake name) history as false because there is a 2000-year gap in textbooks.

          5. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

            Go to school its never too late boy.


  21. RGtz98 says:

    Idlib city is there for the taking though , hope it isnt part of a Turko-Russian ceasefire again…

    1. Dick Von Dast'Ard says:

      Course it will be… For a time… Just long enough for Erdogan to pivot away from Syria.

      Russo-Turk gentleman’s agreement.

  22. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

    Convoys of :

    Heading back to Turkey …

  23. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

    A p3n1s shaped weather phenomenon over Wales UK …


    Something very similar is happening over Idlib…only it’s not a weather phenomenon this time…⚽️?⚽️

    1. PZIVJ says:

      What is she doing with her hand? LOL

      1. ©igare☘☘e?Sm⚽️k?ng?Man️? says:

        I think she is tickling….the weather phenomenon….hahaha

  24. Alex Cabrera says:

    close the way to afrin or ambush them in their convoys

  25. Xanatos says:

    Advance to jisr alshagoor and idlib , and keep going until you liberate antakya and iskanderun.

  26. Vitex says:

    Hmm…humanitarian corridors. At least we know where the HTS artillery will be.

  27. don says:

    The Syrian Observer, and opposition web site published the entire interview with Bashar Assad. I can’t believe hey tpublish this it is an ideological assault against them, they must really need attention, or maybe I’m missing some angle here.


  28. Wooo hooo! Great job! I’m sure civilians would welcome the prospect of returning home! Once the people in Idlib and Aleppo return to their towns, Assad and Erdogan can negotiate on repatriation refugees! Wonderful news! Go SAA! ???

  29. Larry Rabinowitz, Ph.D says:

    EXTREMELY IMPORTANT NEWS: According to my Israeli sources, Russia secretly lost an S-400 launcher in Hmeimmim Airbase during a rebel drone attack a couple days ago, but it was DUE to an Israeli Rampage missile launched by an F-35 that flew into Syrian territory concurrently with the drone attack. No Russian officers were hurt thankfully, however it was a message and demonstration of the Israeli capabilities and response to threats from Russia.

    The S-400 radars were not able to detect the F-35 or the Rampage missile, nor were they able to shoot it down. The Russians had thought a moderate rebel drone from Idlib was to blame for the destroyed S-400, and the FSA rebels even thought that they were the ones who destroyed the S-400 launcher. But none of them were correct, as the Israeli Airforce did secretly and undisclosed.

    1. Kananda says:

      Stupid troll, tell your tales to your grandma!

      1. Larry Rabinowitz, Ph.D says:

        shutup, antisemitic piece of trash!

        1. Kananda says:

          for this comment i send some money for palestinians. again.

    2. Chris Chuba says:

      Why would Israel bomb a Russian S400 instead of a Syrian S300.

      Since the GPS guided Rampage missile has been in operation for almost a year, and truthfully, it probably does have value in targeting warehouses, why would the Russians or Syrians not rotate their S3/400 launchers since that is the whole point of their design?

    3. GuyQ says:

      Fake News

  30. Hatersgonnahate says:

    I congratulate the humane behaviour of the SAA.it’s really nice to open a humanitarian corridor.As a Turk, I want the people of Idlib to act according to their future. If the people of Idlib are on the side of the Turks, they should protect them fondly. If the people of Idlib are on the side of the regime, the Turkish military should return to its beautiful homeland. The Turkish military must do all it can to get the Syrians back. Turkey must make concessions to Misaki Milli, just like Batumi. Erdogan must now give up his dreams and be realistic. Every Turk should take the example of Atatürk. Neighbors do not determine their future, their people determine their future.

    1. Hatersgonnahate says:

      I criticize my own country’s foreign policy when it comes to it. I suggest some commentator fanatics don’t look one-sided.

  31. Chris Chuba says:

    Somebody better tell CNN, all they can talk about are freezing civilians fleeing the bombing with nowhere to go.

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