BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:40 A.M.) – The pro-government “National Defense Forces” (NDF) announced on Monday that more than 110 jihadist rebels were killed during Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s offensive inside Dara’a City last week.

Using an infograph, the NDF claimed more than 110 jihadist rebels were killed and over 300 others were wounded during the offensive, including 13 field commanders from Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

Among the dead jihadist commanders listed by the National Defenses Forces on Monday were two high ranking leaders, Abu Al-Munzer Al-Urdoni (Jordanian) and Abu Mohammad Al-Ghazawi.

In addition to the dead combatants, the NDF also claimed that two tanks and four vehicles fitted with 23mm anti-aircraft machine guns were destroyed during the battle.

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jojo
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2017-02-21 00:47

Abu Al-Munzer Al-Urdoni (Jordanian)

The U.S. military is heavily involved in training Jordan’s forces. Wouldn’t be surprised if he had U.S. training (either official or covert).

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Huemaj Dakic
2017-02-21 01:19
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Exactly my thought, except I have no doubts regarding who trained him.

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Nestor Arapa
2017-02-21 01:32
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Tienes toda la razón

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2017-02-21 03:21
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And the second is from Ghaza (palestinian). Who trained him?

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2017-02-21 10:58
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PLO or Hamas. Nevertheless, it makes no real difference : Arafat joined the Muslim Brotherhood in 1948…
http://www.tomgrossmedia.com/img/arafat_yassin.jpg
And who trained Aratfat and Abbas?
Colonel Skorzeny…
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Mit der Führer
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Mit Benito
http://more.greyfalcon.us/pictures/skorzenym.jpg
So, how did Aratfat and Abbas managed to get trained by Adolf’s chief of black-ops, creator of the Werewolf guerilla/terror organisation.
Few know Arafat’s full name :
Mohammed Yasser Abdel Rahman Abdel Raouf Arafat al-Qudwa al-Husseini.
His uncle was Amin al-Husseini, grand mufti of Jerusalem and…
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Waffen SS Grüppenführer (general)
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Sieg Heil
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Stern Daler
2017-02-21 20:00
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Mon amie, why do You get excited. They learned the art fighting a world of enemies. Best fighter pilot, best tanker… name it. Except for best marksmen: Who were Finish.

And after the WW II Germans were the elite “Academi”. They worked for the US & the UK. They worked for France and for Mossad. Trained Arab states official armies…

And the Arab terrorists too…

p.s. No – I did not vote You down. Smile.

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est338lapua
2017-02-21 20:07
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what a load of rubbish and twisted facts as usual from Daeshbag

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Stern Daler
2017-02-21 06:19

End game in Daraa. The final solution of the GCC Jihad problem. The foreign paid professional Jihadists are send to death by their masters.

p.s. And Syria’s defenders must foot the bill for the GCC crimes.

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Daeshbags Sux
2017-02-21 13:02
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Well, I fear that it won’t put an end to jihad… It’s time to seriously think to go after the Brotherhood.
Some methods that are not politically correct should be applied for long… But I’m not “politically correct”
One is very easy to apply : feeding pigs with jihadist carcasses and advertising it on a large scale.
I guarantee that it will work. Well, some NGOs may protest but who cares?

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Stern Daler
2017-02-21 20:03
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No it waun’t end terrorism and Jihadism.

p.s. The typical maritime strategy final act.
Disposing liabilities.

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Nestor Arapa
2017-02-21 01:34

Momento oportuno para el ejercito Sirio para avanzar en la zona rural y cercar a los mercenarios dentro de la ciudad, la ofensiva por parte del ejercito Sirio debe ser sin descanso hasta acabar con los mercenarios de Tahrir Al-Sham.