DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:20 A.M.) – A huge convoy of reinforcements from Harakat Al-Nujaba (Iraqi paramilitary) arrived at Iraq-Syria border on Wednesday.

Al-Masdar Türkçe correspondent published images of the convoy moving to southeastern Homs countryside:

Earlier, Hezbollah and Syrian Army established a military base in the area in a step aimed at preventing the U.S. and their proxy islamist forces from trying to advance towards Deir Ezzor province.

At the same time, Syrian Army and allies continue their preparations for a major offensive towards Abu Kamal town in southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside which is strategically located near the Iraqi border.

The aforementioned convoy of Harakat Al-Nujaba fighters is intended to reinforce the pro-government military contingent in the area ahead of future operation which is expected to begin in the coming weeks.

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Flay the Daeshbags

I’m amazed the USAF didn’t try to bomb it. makes me question their motives.

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Daeshbags Sux

It’s NOT a great idea to put HB in contact. Even if everything dates from + 10-15 years, they had serious anti-west terrorist activities, in other terms, they’re on the kill-list of MANY. Actually, before 9-11, HB was the biggest westerner killer.
It’s not without reason I highly recommand to merge them into SAA and/or Lebanese regular armies as regular units and preferably change the name, even if the command structure stills the same. HB as it is, is a freaking millstone that totally ruins the foreign relations of Iran, Syria and Lebanon.

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Matija Tomac

“serious anti-west terrorist activities” You mean they send many Western imperialists to h**l?
Hezbollah will remain one of the biggest anti-Imperialist and anti-Zionist forces in the world. They are the ones who are keeping Lebanon safe and independent.

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Chauhan Chauhan

NONSENSE TALK

Assad must stay
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Assad must stay

Do not justify a flase flag to come please.
They are under the responsability of the syrian government and are NOT standalone.
Yes, they should merge.

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Assad must stay

Just wait a false flag. This the speciality of the US(oviets)A ❗

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Jo Collins

You don’t have to question their motives bud. They have not changed their motives for many years. Their priorities are listed here:

1) Destroy Hezbollah, and annex Lebanon.

2) Destroy Syria so there will be no further claims on the Golan heights.

3) Deny Iran a land bridge to Lebanon, so they can continue their hegemony of the ME and Levant.