BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:45 A.M.) – The Jordanian Army has reportedly blocked wounded jihadist rebels from entering their country after the latter launched a massive offensive in Syria’s Dara’a Governorate.

Reports of jihadists being blocked by the Jordanian Army began to surface on Monday evening, when several activists claimed the border was closed following the rebel assault.

A Syrian officer from the 5th Armored Division told Al-Masdar on Tuesday morning that these reports are true, as the Jordanian Army has recently agreed with Russia to tighten their border-security.

Without access to Jordanian field hospitals from the Dara’a Governorate, the jihadist rebels will have no longer have the luxury of having their wounded militants treated in medical facilities outside the country.

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Assad must stay
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Assad must stay
2017-02-14 08:44

Simply good news. Theses brainless peoples will disappears of the world. Enjoy 🙂

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2017-02-14 12:48

Yeah the Hashemites finally did something right! This doesn’t completely redeem them though.

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2017-02-14 14:17

No worries for these so called Jihadists. They’ll go to Israel not for Jihad but for its hospitals 😉 .

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2017-02-15 00:09
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So Hezbollah and even Hamas did! Israelis are too nice but the Red Diamond (Israeli branch of Red Cross) sticks to its commitment into humanitarian job. In some way, what Jordan govt is doing is bad while Israelis are right to do so : all neutral countries having a border to a war-zone always have field hospitals to do so, not sure if it’s Geneva or Hague convention or the treaties with Red Cross comity (which also includes Red Crescent) but this is the use, even if you despise the camp the fighters are from. In Africa, we gave treatment… Read more »

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2017-02-15 03:45
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Show me your countable sources which indicate Hezbollah fighters had been cured in Israelis hospitals. I do not care about Hamas cause I’m not Sunni even though they are good Sunni guys in my opinion.