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BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 A.M.) – Some fifty-six (56) Syrian Army soldiers who went missing in the midst of a huge ISIS offensive throughout southeastern Raqqa Governorate about four days ago have arrived, interestingly enough, at a large army base in Hasakah Governorate.

These army soldiers had been routed during the initial shock phase of a surprise offensive by seasoned ISIS forces in southeast Raqqa.

Separated from their units, they made their way towards lines of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), who then transported them to a large Syrian Army base south of the city of Qamishli in Hasakah Governorate.

Now back in service with the Syrian Army, the troops are to be airlifted to Damascus after which they will be re-assigned duties.

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Excellent news

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It appears that the Kurds may have at last seen some sense and that their future relies on the good will of the Syrian People and not the USA or Israel who would betray the Kurds as soon as the Zionists have extracted their pound of flesh’.

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Thank God! At least brave and good solder’s life is spared. Now push for liberating deir ezzor from trash isis.

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ziad welds

wait are these some of the ones presumed killed in that attack? the 100 mentioned

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Deo Cass

One needs to investigate if they are deserters before re-assigning them to battle.