BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) had another big day in southwest Syria this week, taking control of several areas that were under the control of the rebel forces.

Beginning in the Daraa Governorate, the Syrian Army was able to capture the strategic hilltop of Tal Jabiyah, which overlooks the large city of Nawa in the northwestern part of the province.

Following the capture of Tal Jabiyah, the Syrian Army began positioning themselves for a big attack on the remaining militant forces inside Nawa.

Meanwhile, in the Al-Quneitra Governorate, the Syrian Army secured a deal with the rebel forces, which would see the latter surrender all of the towns they control in the province, including the provincial capital.

According to a military source in southwest Syria, the rebel forces will handover one town after another to the Syrian Arab Army in the coming days; however, there are some fears that they may renege because of the jihadist elements in the area.

The Syrian Army has offered to transport all the jihadists to northern Syria, where they can rejoin their comrades in the Idlib and Aleppo governorates.

While this move is not ideal for the Syrian government, it will avoid violence and a prolonged battle against the jihadist rebel forces.

More importantly, it will give the Syrian government control of almost all of southwest Syria for the first time since the start of the war.

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Netanyahu debe estar renegando por la pérdida de los mercenarios, Ahora las fuerzas de la ONU pueden volver a Altos de Golán para garantizar la paz en región.
Por otro lado en cuanto a ISIS, no hay lugar donde transportar, por tanto solo queda acabar con ellos o transferirlo a los dominios de EE.UU. para que sigan jugando a la guerrita en Al-Hasakah.

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Nestor : Bibi has no mercenary in so he won’t complain’t about these roaches being gone! UN Blue Helmet are waiting for the roaches to be gone on the Israeli side of the border, in case you wouldn’t know. When the roaches rushed into the DMZ, where do you think Blue Helmets preferred to back up? Blue Helmets are not there to make war against any one, they’re in as a buffering measure. You also have assumption about ISIS : they never were an US proxy. In fact, their initial purpose was to attack the Yanks in Iraq, then to… Read more »

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The black stain of JewSIS living happily next to the ghetto state not attacking it,nor being attacked by the the Ki kes is a clear testimony of the creation and Protection of ISIS by Tel Aviv criminal govt

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