BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:40 A.M.) – The Russian military has deployed to the Dara’a Governorate today to begin their indefinite operation to monitor the ceasefire in southern Syria, a military source informed Al-Masdar News.

According to the military source, the Russian military will be specifically headquartered in the Dara’a Governorate city of Izra’a, as they serve as the primary force observing the de-escalation zones in the southern part of Syria.

While their military personnel were already present in Dara’a to advise the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) troops in southern Syria, this is the first time the Russian units have been deployed in this size.

There is no word on whether or not U.S. and Jordanian troops will be deployed to this area in order to observe the ceasefire and monitor the de-escalation zones.

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Can’t you just feel the zionist rage flowing out of Israel. No more attacking Syrian forces with impunity. Now Israel has to be worried about accidently trigging a conflict with Russia when they violate international law to attack a sovereign nation in support of al-Qaeda.

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don’t be stupid in allowing us or jordan troops in syria

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And there we have it folks, once again -the west and its vapid narcissistic population of soulless consumerist sheeple blatantly ignores the corrupt slew of “hidden players” in this war, no wonder people are so selfish and one-dimensional, guilty as fook i guess. I wonder why?, i wonder why the west’s people are so weak, braindead, so hypocritical and so inherently cowardly in 2017. The Israeli’s are involved, the Saudi’s, the Turks, but hey -lets just cover our selfish ears and pretend that its all Assad’s doing, lets forget how this started in 2011 with bullets, bombs and deep regional… Read more »