BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:40 P.M.) – A massive convoy consisting of soldiers from the Tiger Forces made their way from southern Syria to the province of Idlib this week.

According to a military communique, the Tiger Forces left southern Syria for the Abu Dhuhour Airbase in the southeastern countryside of the Idlib Governorate on Monday.

The Tiger Forces were filmed heading to the Idlib Governorate with a large number of  tanks, BMPs and Shilkas.

Below is the video of the Tiger Forces’ convoy that made its way to the Abu Dhuhour Military Airport:

On Monday, the Syrian Arab Army announced that they were closing the Abu Dhuhour Crossing after more than 9,000 people exited the jihadist-held areas in the Idlib Governorate.

With the closing of the Abu Dhuhour Crossing, it appears that the Syrian Arab Army is preparing to launch their long-awaited offensive to capture the southeastern countryside of Idlib.

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FlorianGeyer

I hope that all the staging and supply bases troops and equipment are well dispersed and dug in with overhead cover ,in case of a preemtive US Coalition of Terror Attack.

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Amusing : Russian diplomacy just confirmed that all this noise was #FAKENEWS and Bolton never proffered such threats…
Probably some more Turkish, Qatari or Iranian BS to deceive the public.

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Considering the new and ever expanding bases, the fact that Us stated they weren’t leaving, and ramped up Iranian regime change rhetoric, this is very possible.

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IRAQ. first Kurds had a Chemical weapons attack and everyone blames Sadam, US sets up a no fly zone and Viola Kurds have a semiautonomous zone. Next US invades Iraq over false pretense of WMD. Kurds disarm Yezdi and Christian villages knowing an ISIS attack is forthcoming. Sunnis are now in controlled of these areas as the minorities are displaced. Now Syria. magically the Kurds were left alone in Syria to set up an autonomous zone because Assad was busy being attacked by US supplied terrorist. Kurds get attacked and US comes to their defense. Now Iran is being threatened… Read more »