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BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:48 A.M.) – Free Syrian Army-linked militant groups based in Daraa province are threatening to attack pro-government forces from every direction across the region if the Syrian Army goes ahead with its planned operation in Damascus’ East Ghouta region, so say pro-rebel sources.

Pro-rebel sources state that every single Free Syrian Army affiliate militias in the southwestern region have vowed to participate in an ‘attack on all fronts’ against pro-government forces.

The threat by militant groups in Daraa comes amid final preparations by the Syrian Army for what is probably going to be the largest offensive in Damascus of all time and if rebel-held East Ghouta falls, then the balance of power between government forces and insurgent factions throughout the country’s south will change drastically in favor of the former.

Free Syrian Army-linked groups in southwest Syria have a record for threatening major operations against pro-government forces and ISIS whilst in practice doing absolutely nothing.

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Jasminko Grdic

NO problem…Then Will Gouta stopped, Daraa first cleaned and in few weeks Gouta continue

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Stern Daler

My idea too.

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brdlip

One more de-escalation zone to disappear. Maybe it has been settling for too long, so the memories of what is it like to feel air bombings has started to fade away. Time to have them jihadis to recover those good ole memories.

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Stern Daler

The al Horani are much too considerate and tend to forget that the Jihadi are not like Southern Front patriots.

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jmNZ

This was entirely predictable.
The Daesh in Yarmouk and the “DMC” in the Badiyah will probably join in too. Shows the jihadis are scared.
Go Syrian Army!
Expunge the nest of vipers in East Ghouta.

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looks like americans want to take the south of syria to their control, At Tanf is isolated and although it is blocking the shortest way from Iran to Lebanon , it is not enough for usamercans’ plans

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Call it off and flatten the Jihadi in Dara’a instead.