BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:15 P.M.) – The Army of Mohammad operations room – a coalition of anti-government militias including the Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) jihadist group and Free Syrian Army (FSA) Islamist faction – after having launched a miserably unsuccessful offensive (despite it being backed by the Israeli Air Force) on the city of Madinat al-Baath over the last ten days, are now vowing to continue operations against pro-government forces.

According to a recent statement released by the militant coalition, forces of the Army of Mohammad operations room are to continue offensive actions against pro-government forces in Quneitra Governonate.

The document also claims that pro-government forces have so-far suffered over 120 men dead and lost four armored vehicles due to combat operations near the city of al-Baath. There is no way for Al-Masdar News to verify this claim.

Furthermore, according to the statement, the Army of Mohammad operations room was able to, by its offensive actions so far, relieve pressure on other fronts in Syria (likely a reference to Daraa and East Ghouta), improve coordination between the various Islamist militant groups involved in the mission and raised rebel morale.

No thanks or praise was offered to Israel for its provisional role as the de facto air force of the jihadist-led Army of Mohammad operations room during the offensive action of the preceding ten days.

 

 

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Daeshbags Sux
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Dear Andrew Illingworth : You should really read what I explained about aircraft/chopper armament for CAS (close air support). It makes really understandable why there was NO air support from Israelis but really, the reverse effect, roaches have profited from return fire to go after the stricken positions, simply as having a single AH-64 giving you air coverage/CAS is a REAL game changer : It would have meant SEVERAL DOZENs of vehicles smashed and several hundreds of casualties in SAA for ANY of these failed offensives. How things happened make really no sense in the context of a CAS for… Read more »

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You claim that Israel and rebels the Golan Heights are enemies. How do you explain this then: “The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday, citing interviews with half a dozen rebel leaders and three persons familiar Israel’s undeclared policy, that the Jewish state is helping these forces, which are opposed to the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad and his Iranian, Lebanese and Russian allies, in an effort to help set up a buffer zone on its border with forces friendly to Israel. According to the report, Israel set up a special military unit in 2016 to oversee and coordinate… Read more »

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He can’t explain it, because he’s an idiot with a staggering confirmation bias. Most likely he won’t even try, but if does I expect a giant wall of text masturbating to military hardware, something about evil Muslims and eternal victim Israelis, and maybe some selected bits of bad history thrown in for good measure. What he won’t do is actually dispute or counter basic demonstrable facts. I’m not even convinced Daeshbags Sux is a paid hasbara agent. I’m doubtful Israel would shell out money for someone with such poor English (even his name is bad English; ‘Sux’ is internet spelling… Read more »

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hahahahah you are so right in how you described this baffon with his long winded going nowhere articles