BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:10 P.M.) – A large Russian ship carrying tanks is making its way to the Syrian port city of Tartous, maritime observer Yoruk Isik reported on Thursday.

According to Isik, a large Russian ship from the Black Sea Fleet’s 197th Landing Ship Brigade was spotted transiting the Bosphorus Strait en route to the Port of Tartous in western Syria.

As pointed out by Isik, the Russian ship is likely carrying tanks to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), who is involved in a large-scale military operation inside the Idlib, Hama, and Latakia governorates.

Over the last few days, the Syrian Arab Army has managed to score several important gains in the Idlib Governorate, culminating into the eventual capture of Khan Sheikhoun.

The loss of Khan Sheikhoun and several points nearby has resulted in the complete encirclement of the militant forces in the northern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

In addition to besieging the militants, the Syrian Arab Army has also managed to cutoff the Turkish military from their main supply route to the Morek observation post in northern Hama.

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Denying Holocaust Is A Freedom

Beginning of the end of western interference in Syria…from here on, it is a MARCH TO JERUALEM and the EMANCIATION AND LIBERATION of ALL PALESTINE AND GOLAN AND WEST BANK from the colonizing ZIOKIKES…

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Do you know that Holocaust killed 12 millions people. There weren’t only Jews.
I double dog dare you to enter a Gypsy/Rom camp and start Holocaust denials!
Let’s see if you have the bälls. If so, I can locate a encampment not too far my home [when they are around] as we have several areas reserved for nomads. I know a little the Roms/Gypsys’ mindset, I can guarantee you a very very warm welcome.
Roms/Gypsys are very into freedom, so you’ll have your freedom, and you’ll learn about their too… They will also deny your Holocaust for sure!