BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:45 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has been given the green light by their high command to enter Al-Bab City in east Aleppo, Al-Masdar’s Syria correspondent Yusha Yuseef reported on late Friday.

According to Yuseef, the Syrian Arab Army will enter Al-Bab once the strategic town of Tadef is liberated from the remaining Islamic State (ISIS) terrorists.

The only stipulation that may prohibit them from entering this Islamic State stronghold in east Aleppo is whether or not the Turkish Armed Forces seize the city before them.

Similar to the Syrian Arab Army’s other large-scale offensives, this military operation will be led by their elite Tiger Forces and their Russian allies, who will be providing necessary air coverage over Al-Bab.

 

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Why Syrian soldiers died for a Kurdish city? This doesn’t make any sense. ISIS and Kurds have the same handler – Israel. Israel wants Kurdistan as its puppet state. Israel needs place for its military bases. Kurdistan will be created. This plan is pushed for long time, destruction of Iraq, Syria, soon Turkey… Israel never lose. Israel and its gorilla America can do everything with countries like Syria or Turkey. Divide and conquer. ISIS is just a tool and pretext. Sorry but Syrian government is very naive and does not see what is going on.

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It is unlikely SAA will get to AB in time, even if they do it will not change the fact that it will not be Kurdish. There may be Kurdish semi-autonomous areas but no Kurdistan is going to be carved out of Syria, Turkey, Iran or Iraq. The policy to divide and conquer has failed this time as all 4 states are actively cooperating against it, no divisions…