BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:00 A.M.) – The Jordanian Army has reportedly sent a large convoy of tanks and military personnel to the Syrian border tonight.

According to the official media wing of the Tiger Forces, the Jordanian Army was photographed making their way through northern Jordan and taking up positions near the Syrian border

This move by the Jordanian Army comes just days after the Syrian Arab Army moved thousands of military personnel to the Al-Quneitra and Dara’a governorates.

With zero hour approaching the Syrian Army’s offensive, the Jordanian military is likely to patrol the border in order to make sure no fighting spills over.

Below are the photos of the Jordanian military convoy:

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in short it means
1.making sure these jordan lapdogs save their zio terrorists and make use of them for other proxy wars
2.spying
3.safeguarding the illegitimate entity whose total annihilation will be coming soon

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I’m impressed by your logics! ” 1.making sure these jordan lapdogs save their zio terrorists and make use of them for other proxy wars” => No terrorist taking refuge in Jordan. If there was a will to let them flee Syria, they could do it now without tanks, Assad would even be happy having them gone. “2.spying” => Spying with tanks? For sure! MBTs are really good spies in the era of drones, satellites, ELINT/SIGINT/COMINT aircraft http://thespannreport.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/facepalm.jpg ” 3.safeguarding the illegitimate entity whose total annihilation will be coming soon” => Explain us how it may happen? Well, maybe through the… Read more »

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SOME GIFTS FOR THE BEHEADERS MERCENARIES OF ISRAHELL

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Israel has no budget for this. Have you any idea how many billions it takes to fund a 7 years war?
Israel’s GDP/capita has just beaten the GDP/capita of Japan. Theydon’t spend a single shekel on Arabs, unless their security is compromised.
Now it’s clear that if you pay for Hamas ‘ rockets, even if you’re Iranian, they’ll go after you but, clearly, they don’t even hate Arabs, they simply IGNORE them!

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Before this operation was agreed upon, by ALL NON COMBATIVE elements opposed to the Assad Government, I would have screamed INVASION FORCE, but now I’m not, I’m not worried at all. As the article stated they’re most likely there to protect their own border in case any fighting potentially spills over into their territory, as it most likely will. Rebel fighters may actually try to flee over the Jordanian border [but the Jordanians won’t allow it] because they don’t have any alternatives at all in Syria where they operate, they can’t hide in the other civilian areas because most of… Read more »

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Oh, as I’ve said : once situation had escalated, everybody got rid of its radicalised. The low intensity conflict mood of both the CJTFOIR and Russians were deliberate, even letting them taking large areas… Look : Russia had an average 70 air strikes a day. CJTFOIR an average 35 strikes a day despite 75 nations in… How better having the roaches flushing in, remember the ISIS goals-map? Some French pilots publicly complained that CENTCOM was ordering them only one strike a week/pilot while they can do 5-6 missions a day/aircraft and even push to 10-11 for a week. LOL, was… Read more »

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I don’t believe Russia wanted Isis involved in Syria in any way shape or form but as to the US that’s a different story. The US wanted to use Isis as an excuse for their own legitimate and lawful invasion of Syria. They allowed them to take control of huge areas of Syria, knowing full well they had the ability to come in, not just militarily, but diplomatically as well, to not only remove Isis quickly when they wanted to, but then also retain a foot in the door afterwards. Before Isis was allowed to enter Syria, the US had… Read more »

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No where to run. No where to hide.

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Exactly.
And recoups absolutely my analyses…
As situation escalated mostly due to the Saudi-Iranian “Cold-War”, everybody, and I mean really everybody, incl. the Chinese, Russians, even Indonesia, Maghreb, etc etc etc, not only westerners, decided to let the roaches advertise and recruit then move it all to the “caliphate”. And Assad is in too.
So, they all end with nowhere to run, nowhere to hide. All the violent radicalised lunatics on the planet were so gathered there, because we can’t simply kill them at home. Other interesting points are the ratlines and those who support being into the light…

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Some don’t like this situation having became the graveyard of Global-Jihad.
Let’s rejoice on all these pigmonkeys being taken underground!

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Stern Daler

Preparing an occupation of the Horan? Like Turkey did and does along her borders.

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Jordan is pretty weak, military speaking, and the economy is not going great.
IMHO, blockade of the border to avoid a spillover.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Jordan is an Israel vassal which has been helping Israel through supporting terrorists along its border.