DAMASCUS, SYRIA (9:10 A.M.) – Up to 7 rebel factions in southern Syria officially declared forming a joint central operation room in order to repel the upcoming Syrian Army offensive.

The FSA-linked groups issued an official statement to announce that this was done with the aim to ‘organize and plan military actions across southern Syria to fight off the upcoming assault to be launched by Syrian forces”.

The declaration comes as the Syrian government amasses forces from various Army formations to reclaim all rebel-held territories in Daraa and Quneitra provinces.

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This is nothing new, it’s all the same groups that that refused to abide by the de-escalation agreement last year. They formed an alternate alliance amongst themselves back then and as far as I know this is just a renewal of that commitment. I don’t think there can be any more than 5000 fighters in total in both the Governates the SAA is attacking, so the SAA have the numbers in this battle, at least 5 to 1 and probably closer to 10 to 1 if I’m right with the numbers, good odds. The one big problem the SAA will… Read more »

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X-fingers too!
What saddens me is that, had he listened to air-marshal Eshel instead of taking the Obongo’s $38bln check, Bibi could have made smth really wonderful, securing future great good neighbourhood with Syria.
Eshel wanted to launch a massive air-campaign on terrorists in Syria and Iraq. He estimated that IDF could demolish 90% of their vehicles in 48 hours…
Thus, it would have crashed the plot to drag litterally all the world most lunatic jihadi fanboys here and getting rid of them since they get killed.

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Yes not many people are aware that Assad had an option 2 which would have made Syria a very wealthy country, as well as very popular with the western world especially the EU block, but I’m glad he didn’t take it. He showed great moral fortitude in taking [what I believe to be] the high road when he decided not to. I don’t see this conflict the way most others do, Zionists, NEOCONS, Deep State, Democracy, Human rights, or economic gains for individual countries, none of those are the Player’s or factors that really contributed to the initial hostilities in… Read more »

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Such coalition is required so that every one can blame every one else for the collective defeat.

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Just need to find the joint central operation room, then…

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Same s**t different smell.