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BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:50 P.M.) – The Free Syrian Army’s Liwaa Ahmad Al-‘Abdo and Jaysh Awsoud Al-Sharqiyah launched another powerful attack in the Syrian Desert on Sunday, striking the Islamic State (ISIL) forces near the Al-Badiyah area.

This joint operations room began their assault along the eastern slopes of the Qalamoun Mountains, Sunday, seizing at least 7 sites from the Islamic State terrorists.

According to opposition activists, the rebel groups seized Teis, Jabal Seis, Seis village, Scientific Research Battalion Base, Jabal Makhoul, Makhoul Checkpoint, and Sabi Biyar area.

The rebel forces are still attacking ISIL at this moment, as they attempt to capture this entire region from the terrorist group.

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They are all one league, ISIS, FSA, and Al Nusra. They just change name according to convenience. When they want to attack the Syrian army they call themselves al Nusra, so that they would not be accused of breachong the truce. When the Syrian army launches a counter attack, they again change to FSA so that the Syrian army and Russia would not bbe able to attack them. It is obvious that the so called advance on the Qalamoun mountains and the attack on Eastern Damascus have been co-ordinated. As always the terrorists have used the truce to recive massive… Read more »
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Agree 100% with your observation, MI creates both sides the “problem” but also the “solution” to the “problem”. Their real problem is that their goal is still light years away and moving away at the speed of light (Syrian current Government)

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Lets cheer for the Free Syrian Army for a change. Hope they make it.