BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 P.M.) – The U.S. Coalition has bombed the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions in the southern countryside of the Al-Raqqa Governorate tonight, a local journalist reported minutes ago.

According to a journalist embedded with the Tiger Forces in southern Al-Raqqa, the U.S. Coalition bombed the Syrian Arab Army’s Tarameeh Group inside the town of Al-Kader, which is located along the Raqqa-Homs border.

The journalist added that preliminary reports from the area indicate that several casualties were caused by the U.S.’ attack tonight.

The area bombed the U.S. Coalition has no Kurdish presence; therefore, the attack occurred in a region of Syria that is monitored by the Russian military.

The bombing remains unconfirmed at the moment, as the SAA’s High Command has not confirmed this attack.

More details to come…

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Assad must stay
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If true, that is ISISAF 🙁
America is no more for freedom. America is now against freedom.

Now there are AmericaRats 🙁

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If true it appears that the US Military Terror sponsors are attempting to crate an incident that will allow them to openly attack the SAA. for this reason alone I hope that no hasty decisions are taken to attack the US bandits.
Finish the job of liberating Deir Ezzor then take steps to remove the US Military that are illegally in Syria .

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No hasty decision? The Syrian Arab Army has been enduring repeated US terror attacks And agression by the invading US forces for the past 2 years. It is this type of reasoning that encourages them to keep up their aggression against tge Syrian state. It is high time that the Syrian Arab Army defends itself. The bulk of responsibility for this falls upon the Russian military which time and time again has let the US attack the Syrian Army forces without lifting a finger to defend them. Time for tge SAA to retaliate and drive the Americans abd their Kurdish… Read more »
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I agree that the US needs to be accountable for her cowardly attacks on the SAA that IS fighting ISIS but the US is spoiling for a fight with Russia in Syria to divert their attention from defeating ISIS as this is NOT part of the US Military Playbook Plan. Once Deir Ezzor is ,God Willing, liberated by the SAA and her allies the situation can be calmed there with S300/400 batteries perhaps stationed near Palmyra. The US and Israel want a conflict NOW to slow down the SAA. Its better surely to engage with Israel and the US later… Read more »
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There are other still unconfirmed reports that Suheil Al-Hassan, the Tiger Forces commander, was the main target of the US coalition strike. We need confirmation. But for sure the SAA needs to accelerate its campaign to liberate what remains of Raqqa and Deir Ezzur with all their natural resources before the US puts hands on them. Reclaiming all the oil and gas fields is also essential for the SAA to preserve its territorial integrity, because without the oil and gas fields, the Kurds would need to rely on the Syrian government for supplies of such natural resources keeping them connected… Read more »
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If confirmed, they are trying to get their ISIS assets to Idlib, this offensive took them off guard

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Yes, this is another possibility I agree.