BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) has been redeploying their air assets to the Russian bases in the coastal provinces of Tartous and Latakia, a military source told Al-Masdar this morning.

According to the military source, the Syrian Air Force has been moving its jets and helicopters primarily to these coastal provinces in order to avoid potential destruction from a U.S. attack.

With Donald Trump already tweeting that he is planning on attacking Syria, the Syrian Air Force will be able to protect their air assets, as the U.S. will not risk engaging Russia directly on the coast.

The U.S. has not revealed the date of their imminent attack; however, the Syrian military believes it will take place in the next 48 hours.

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Amos Yee
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He has to do it but will not do it within 48 hours. He will drag his fat a**e in an attempt to make it as costly and as inconvenient for SAA as possible.

Norma Brown
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is anybody bringing a case against the US and its cohorts in this mad military adventure? Anybody out there have a spine? Where is Amal Clooney and her billions?

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America will not allow legal cases against themselves or the Military. They are exceptional and laws do not apply to them. No country can bring charges against any member of the military, that can be done only by America itself ” IF ” they are so inclined.

Deo Cass
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It will be tonight. Why? Luciferians though anti-Christians believe in biblical numerology, and 11 is the number of armageddon, war and destruction; for example 9/11.

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Says you with less than an hour and a half to go till the 12th. Better start coming up with new number combinations. or you could join up with that idiot who had an very good authority America was going attack North Korea just after the Winter Olympics and the end of last month. That got hundreds claiming Jesus was going too punish Nth Korea. Doesn’t matter what religion you are , a nut job is a nut job.

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Most interesting. I DO HOPE S.A.A. has had a big increase in its Air Defenses this week.