BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:15 P.M.) – The Free Syrian Army’s “Jaysh Ahrar Al-Ashaer” (AKA “Army of Free Tribes”) sent a massive convoy of reinforcements to the Dara’a front-lines to prepare their defenses for the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) upcoming offensive in the province.

Jaysh Ahrar Al-Ashaer is headed by Brigadier General Fahd Al-Na’imi and the group itself is supported by the Jordanian regime.

The group claims to have more than 3,000 fighters in the Al-Quneitra, Al-Sweida, and Dara’a governorates of southern Syria.

Below is a video of their troops heading to the battle front in Dara’a:

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No airstrikes on such a juicy target? Half of them could’ve been dead by now.

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The footage was probably shot in Jordan, where they are hired trained and equipped.

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tipex

artillery and a few tanks will make fast work of killing them, never mind airstrikes lol

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There were 13000+ ISIS in Yarmouk, if I remember well…
Won’t take long…

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May none of them survive the onslaught of the SAA.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

This big convoy could be seen by drone, satellite, and spy planes. So, Russia must has noticed this movement. Why didn’t just kill them all with bombs ? Any way, SAA-Russia will get rid of these terrorists.