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BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has made remarkable progress in the Deir Ezzor Governorate over the last three weeks, liberating a large portion of the province from the so-called Islamic State.

In particular, the Syrian Arab Army’s field operations between the dates of September 10-23 have yielded the largest gains for the government forces.

According to a detailed field report from the Syrian Army, the Syrian Arab Army has liberated at least 44 towns and districts from the Islamic State forces, including Al-Janenah, Al-Baghiliyah, Masran, ‘Ayyash, and Ma’adan.

More details:

  • Estimated 300+ terrorists killed
  • 19 HQ buildings and command centers destroyed
  • 17 car bombs destroyed
  • 13 tanks destroyed and 6 tanks seized
  • 7 BMPs destroyed and 3 BMPs seized
  • 269 vehicles destroyed (mostly technical vehicles)
  • 6 ammunition storage facilities destroyed
  • 4 artillery field guns destroyed and 7 artillery guns seized
  • 6 machine guns destroyed
  • ISIL’s Chief of Security, Abu Mo’amen Al-Tunisi killed in-action
  • ISIL’s Sharia judge, Abu Al-Shimaa Al-‘Iraqi killed in-action
  • ISIL’s Spokesperson, Abu Mo’ataz Al-‘Adnani, killed in-action
  • ISIL’s Emir of Deir Ezzor, Abu ‘Obeidah Al-Sa’udi, killed in-action
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The whole west Euphrates campaign is a show-piece of brilliant strategy, the way they offered IS a byte and then ran around them to pursue them from the back? Just brilliant

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Impressive. But still perhaps the biggest mistake of the entire war if the US (SDF) now occupies the oil rich part of Deir ez Zour. Seems to be due to the low capacity of the bridge to east bank.

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Arguably a larger bridge would have been a prime target for a US ‘accident’, so I am sure there will be other plans as well. The Russian military thought well ahead when it sent amphibious armoured vehicles, including tanks to Syria last month. The next chess piece to be moved might well be a Knight.

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Flay the Daeshbags

why not pontoon bridges as well?

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Thats what they are using bud how else are they going to cross the euprates with tanks and apc’s and men ….the truck backs in to the water the driver lifts the bed and in one shot a 3 section sub piece falls down and opens up easy…all u have to do is drag the pieces together and connect them

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Not all. Just 4 for now out of some 50 in that oil and gas rich area. The most worrysome thing is the Zio/Nazi/US main objective behind this land, gas and oil theft. The US has already made a case for war against Russia. NATO’s military assets are in place on Russia’s borders to invade Russia. What’s holding them is the fact that Russia controls the energy tap of Europe and could close it if attacked. So basically the theft of Syrian land and resources on the Eastern banks of Deir Ezzur by the US tyranny is meant to remove… Read more »

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NATO would be routed as soon as they set foot on Russian soil.