BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The rebel forces are on the verge of losing their remaining territory in southwest Syria after a string of losses to the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

The rebel forces recently suffered several setbacks in the Daraa Governorate, following the loss of the provincial capital’s southern districts.

Once the provincial capital was handed over to the Syrian Arab Army, the rebel forces collapsed in the northern part of the province, opening a path for the government troops to advance towards the western countryside.

The Syrian Arab Army would take control of Inkhil, Mazrayeb, and Khan Al-Shams, marking the first time in four years that they have entered the strategic Daraa Triangle.

In addition to securing reconciliation deals in the aforementioned towns, the Syrian Army also entered all of them and will remain inside until the rebels handover their medium and heavy weapons.

A military source informed Al-Masdar last night that the rebel forces have now agreed to handover the strategic town of Tal Al-Harrah.

Tal Al-Harrah is one of the most important towns in the western countryside of Daraa, as it looks over the remaining parts of the province that the rebels control.

Furthermore, taking control of Tal Al-Harrah will give the Syrian Arab Army an important advantage during their upcoming Al-Quneitra offensive.

In the coming days, the Syrian Army is expected to begin their Al-Quneitra offensive, which will likely be the last major battle in southwest Syria.

 

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That is a beautiful map.

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Wait until zioDUX comes up with a great Israel map.

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Surprised to not see the assjack here. Good observation.

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and then Idlib, and then … Afrin?

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The sooner the better!
I have Champagne ready for this moment!

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What happened to the ISIS pocket in the east? Did they clear it?

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Matija Tomac

Yes.

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Nestor Arapa

Falta escarbar las covachas o huecos donde se esconden las ratas…

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Not totally : SDF is about to take the last stronghold along the Euphrates and there is still two desert areas, one on each bank of the river, with roaches hiding in some caves.

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Nestor Arapa

Israel debe estar preocupado por el avance del ejercito Sirio.

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Yes they should be so concerned that they jump in the sea and swim to the us of a

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Why would they?
And hopefully, unlike some of his allies, Bashar is rational, he doesn’t even needs to ask Putin’s advice about it : he knows it’d be suicide.
IMHO, he’s not at all into ending as a martyr for a stupid cause. The only reason he, or his father, didn’t signed a peace treaty, is that he’d end assassinated by some hardliner ba’athist. Thus, it’d be the best thing he could do for his country (not getting assassinated but signing a genuine peace treaty).

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

No creo que esté preocupado, pero ahora se han dado cuenta que su idea genial (poner una barrera de ISIS y otra de terroristas moderados) se ha convertido en una estupidéz gigantesca pues tienen frente a su frontera un ejercito extremadamente peligroso para ellos (Syria).

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

I am just curious, what in the world makes these terrorists and ISIS to believe that they could win a single battle against SAA-Russia ? are they SO STUPID ? Even worst, ISIS still believes that they can win the war against Syria-Russia !!! How is it possible that they be SO STUPID ? They have been handle from the beginning by ISrael-USA-NATO (and traitors imans islam people who took the charge of make the brain washed to his followers).