BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:00 A.M.) – The Free Syrian Army (FSA) has announced, Tuesday, their forces are launching a massive offensive in central Syria that is targeting Badiya Al-Sham area of central Syria.

Led by their Jaysh Assoud Al-Sharqiyah and Liwaa Ahmad ‘Abdo factions, the Free Syrian Army began shelling the Syrian Arab Army’s positions tonight, as they prepare to storm the latter’s defenses around the Badiya area.

According to a military source in Damascus, the army is prepared for the rebel offensive; however, they believe this may also be an attempt to show their supporters they are going to keep fighting the SAA, despite the U.S.’ refusal to support their battle.

The past rebel offensives in this region have ended in failure, with the most recent attack resulting in the death of a large number of FSA fighters.

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Floriangeyer
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Time to kill all the US trained terrorists I think. It will divert badly needed air resources to blunt their attack and then deal with them later.

If the US has stopped supporting them , who is supplying them now ?
Israel or Jordan ?

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Israel? LOL! You don’t know the Jews! Moreover, they have no interest to see Syria falling in the hands of roaches even more extreme than Hamas. Anyway, Israeli budget is tighter than many think! Even when they liquidated “Black September”, it was made on budget! Jordan? LOL! The GDP of the country is not a lot more than the Israeli military budget! Look for bigger fishes and you’ll find! Saudi-Barbaria/GCC and… Your UK! Especially as, thanks to BrExit, the economy and the £ are falling. UK so needs to sell more weapons to the al-Saouds’ and it’s her very interest… Read more »

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