Following from the Syrian Army’s success in liberating the strategic town of Souran from ISIS, the army led by the infamous Tiger Forces has gone on a blitz and liberated another five settlements from the terrorist group.

The Syrian Army continued their advance against ISIS in the East Aleppo countryside and liberated Tanbour village after capturing Souran last night. Immediately after Tanbour village, the Syrian forces stormed and captured Surjah Kabira and Surjah Saghira.

Following the liberation of Surjah Kabira and Surjah Saghira, the Syrian Army focused its attack on Maran and Mantar. These were quickly liberated by the Syrian Army following a weak ISIS effort in defending the towns.

Dozens of ISIS have been killed and injured in these devastating attacks.

 

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ΚΓΨ
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Are you aware that the word ‘infamous’ has a very bad meaning?
“Famous Tiger Forces” !

Abolfazl
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Abolfazl

Dear author, Paul Antonopoulos,

Please use “Famous” for the brave syrian soldiers!!!!
“Infamous” implies a bad meaning!!!

Prans
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“…the army led by the infamous Tiger Forces has gone on a blitz and liberated another five settlements from the terrorist group.”

Its cool fixed it for you: …the army led by the renowned Tiger Forces has gone on a blitz and liberated another five settlements from the notorious rebel group.

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Jesus Christ, and Paul’s one of the very few on this site who actually speaks English (assumedly) as a first language, for shame! Not the first time that the term has been used to describe the Tiger Forces on this site, maybe Masdar has been infiltrated by the villains!

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Just funny to see almasdar mentioned tiger forfes as infamous while in my opinion they are the best of the best forces in syrian army besides desert hawks. Those terrorists will not stand a chance against tiger forces in any battles.