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BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:32 A.M.) – The “Who Dares Wins” forces won a stunning victory against ISIS fighters defending the strategically vital Tabqa dam and airbase, sources said according to The Sun.

A source said: “This was a well-planned deliberate operation to liberate two strategic strongholds.

“SAS forces played their part, identifying weak points in defenses and allowing Syrian Defence Forces to win a momentous victory.”

The Special Air Service (SAS) was founded in 1941, in the midst of World War Two, as an elite special forces unit of the British Army.

They were dropped behind ISIS lines with the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) to conduct these operations according to the ISIS, with support from US war helicopters.

The SDF managed to wrestle full control over Tabqa Airbase on the 26th of March after a 24-hour long battle with ISIS insurgents.

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Parviziyi
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Bad headline, known as a clickbait headline, says “Britain admits elite troops involved…” Headline should say “One of Britain’s daily newspapers, called THE SUN newspaper, reports that an anonymous source is claiming elite troops involved…”

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They also aren’t fighting ISIS per se. They are fighting to increase the territory held against Assad, transferring it from ‘bad’ US proxy ISIS to ‘good’ US proxy Kurds.

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what’s there to admit? ISIS attacked London, and the UK wanted revenge.

there’s only one thing to say to that:

“Who dares, wins!”

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insinuating that britain’s still being around – that is, at least somehow: great!

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Especially if they’re not training jihadists 😀
Thus, if true (and the ‘Sun’ is as reliable as ‘Bild’), well, for sure, SAS are pretty bad a*s.

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Ordinary murderers.

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@ Daeshbag, The British interventions in Syria are confusing . We are now to understand that SAS troopers played a role in securing part of the Tabqa Dam from ISIS that is funded and armed by Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is armed largely by the UK and has twice as many Typhoon fighter planes as the RAF 🙂 On the other hand the British Army has been training so called ‘ moderate’ terrorists in Idlib as late as this year. These ‘moderates’ have recently joined the rather ‘immoderate’ Al Nusra thieves and murderers in assaulting Hama. Add to this the… Read more »