BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:15 A.M.) – In response to the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) demand that the rebel forces surrender in Dara’a, the latter has dropped thousands of leaflets over the provincial capital.

The leaflets were dropped via drone and call on the Syrian Arab Army soldiers in Dara’a to defect to the Syrian opposition.

The Syrian government often drops leaflets over the rebel-held areas across Syria; this was one of the first times the latter has done this to the Syrian Army.

With less than 48 hours to give their decision to the Syrian Army regarding reconciliation, this is a very strong message from the rebel forces to the government.

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Think they zionist mercenaries wil be calling their ghetto state of israhell fagArmy to come help them in a fewdays, but the zionist army is only brave to kill peasants armed with stones, so their k**e leader will bark but not bite and as usual will try to convince a goy Army to fight for them

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The only ghetto state is Hamastan, ruled by the same scum as these so-called rebel-forces that Hamas publicly said they backed, and they not only did it with talks… Zionists don’t pay for mercenaries, they only have the 50th world economy, IDF and the hi-tech gear they develop cost them already an enormous part of their GDP. The leaders of these roaches are Muslims doing their jihad-duty, just the way Hezbollocks or IRGC do. As soon they’ll have finished their Sunni-Shia quarrels, they’ll resume terrorist actions against our beloved Dar-al-Kuffar where you’re free to say you p**s on their perv… Read more »

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@est338lapua, they are US and Bani Saud not Zionist mercenaries.

p.s. Jewish soldiers are as brave as any when needed and expected. It was the Arabs not the Jews than ran in most of the Middle East wars. In WW I German Jews won the same percentage of Iron and Knights crosses as other Germans. And these awards were not exactly given for cowardice.

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Daarra Terrorist Rebels are s**t scared at the mass mobilization of SAA. They are trying to use the mind games by dropping such leaflets sending message to defect which in any case wont happen. It will be better if these rebels reconcile with the government and settle their issues and make a deal to end the death, destruction & misery for the daarra town & village people who will suffer very heavily with the intense urban warfare. Finally the Daarra terrorirts will get Green bussed to Idlib in any case. These terrorists should know what happened to the other terrorist… Read more »

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Hilarious to ask to change to the losing side in a time when even Free Syrian army officers leave the sinking ship and hire back to the SAA.

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FSA’s southern factions retain control over some territory but abandonment by Jordanian authorities has limited their capacity and access to resources (note SA’s current bid to buy loyalty with financial aid to solve Jordanian internal public demonstrations/riots). A false appearance of a national character with brigades from all over the country pledging support for the project, the FSA has not solved the problems of coordination and material resources that have plagued previous attempts at unifying Syria’s armed groups. In fact what we see is external forces, Jihadist and local tribal gangs vying for local power and revenue, hence the chaos.… Read more »