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As of January 21, the Turkish military is still struggling to secure the areas occupied by its forces in Syria’s northern and northwestern region. Syrian government forces has been also facing security challenges in the country’s central and southern regions.
In the northern region, a new rocket attack targeted the Turkish-occupied area of Afrin on January 20.
Several rockets hit Afrin city center, killing six people, including three children and a woman. At least 24 others were wounded, including ten children and seven women.
The rockets were reportedly launched from a small pocket of land in southern Afrin held by Kurdish forces, namely the Syrian Democratic Forces.
The Turkish military and its proxies responded to the deadly rocket attack by shelling the Kurdish-held pocket. Material losses were reported. A child was also wounded.
Kurdish forces may have carried out the attack to commemorate the fourth anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Afrin that began on 20 January 2018. Turkey could use the attack to justify a new military operation in Syria.
In the northwestern region, known as Greater Idlib, the situation was not better for the Turkish military and its proxies.
On January 19, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) shelled the outskirts of a Turkish military post near the town of Qoqfin. No casualties or material losses were reported.
On January 20, the army’s artillery pounded the outskirts of Qoqfin post once again, without causing any losses. Later during the same day, the army struck another Turkish military post located near the town of Kansafra. This time, the shelling wounded three of the post’s guards. The wounded were reportedly Turkish service members and Syrian militants of the Turkish-backed Sham Legion.
The real target of the SAA’s recent artillery strikes was likely militants of al-Qaeda-affiliated Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham and its allies, who usually take shelter near Turkish posts.
Meanwhile in Syria’s central region, government forces and their allies continue to operate against ISIS cells.
On January 20, the SAA and other government formations kicked off a new large-scale combing operation in the region. The operation will cover the eastern Homs countryside, the Hama-Aleppo-Raqqa triangle and the western desert of Deir Ezzor.
Warplanes of the Russian Aerospace Forces carried out a series of airstrikes on hideouts of ISIS in the eastern Homs countryside and the western desert of Deir Ezzor in support of the new operation. The airstrikes claimed the lives of eight terrorists and wounded at least ten others.
The pressure mounted by government forces and their allies have forced ISIS cells in central Syria to temporary halt their operations. Nevertheless, this does not mean that the terrorist group’s insurgency will be over soon.
In the southern region, the security situation appears to be deteriorating, once again. Two attacks were reported in Daraa’s eastern countryside.
On January 18, unidentified gunmen attacked a checkpoint of the SAA’s 52nd Brigade and the Air Force Intelligence Directorate near the town of Mlaiha al-Garbiah. Two service members were allegedly killed.
On January 19, at least 14 Syrian security officers were lightly wounded when an improvised explosive device (IED) targeted a bus that was carrying them as it was passing on a road between the towns of Saida and Eastern Ghariyah. The officers on their way back from the Nassib crossing on the border with Jordan to their base in the capital Damascus.
Government forces may soon impose strict security measures in Daraa. This could anger the locals leading to a new conflict in the governorate.
The situation in Syria will not likely improve much in the near future. In fact, a new military confrontation between Turkish and Kurdish forces may start soon.
Turkiye not Turkey! Me angry now! Need banana to calm down! Erdogan stronk!
🪳🖕f📴💩🙃 Attila very busy f****** your mama she is very naughty she wants every single position .I am having a great day..now wait for your turn
dumb cocksucker, go clean your ma’ filthy swine holes after your grandpa, his donkey, 10000000 Kurds and their dogs rape her again! Suck all semen and shit from her bloody rectum and bowels – turkish delight just for you bitch, choke on it and dieeee – then suck Mohamad and Mehmed’s stinky balls in hell with your whore pig mom and all stupid Turds 💩
if russia china and iran cannot escape a confrontation with the us, what is the place where they can fight it with success…??? from singapore to suez…???
None of those countries are stupid to fight each others face to face. Also, why are you grouping Russia, Iran, and China together against the US, and yet you don’t add NATO to the US side?
You wouldn’t see a “big” war buddy don’t worry. It has been proxy wars for years now and that would be it. US-Zion- Wahhabi-NATO = Supporting ISIS/Al-Qaeda and supporting color revolution around the world. Russia-Iran-China = Fighting ISIS/Al-Qaeda (Wahhabism) and stoping the West and their dogs from destroying other countries.
The Satanic cults are losing without war and that is what the satanic worshipers want a war.
The reason Turkey supported Gadaffi and now his son who could lead a successful challenge to the jew Haftar is because the US would install a puppet Gov in Turkey as soon as possible, the Turks know this and the jew maggot Kurds are the puppet.
So Russia has to be onboard with KSA and UAE for economic reasons but fortunately for Syria Russia has a vested interest in Syria and Russia has to fend off US so they too don’t get a puppet Gov.
Only I Jesus Christ can mediate, the Iranians has to be onboard with different factions of Kurds so there has to be good Kurds and bad Kurds.
SDF are outright Jew maggots.