Quneitra, Syria (12:47 A.M.) – Hours after the massive offensive Ahrar Al-Sham and Qaeda-linked Jabhat Fath Al-Shami announced in Quneitra province in southern Syria, the Syrian Army was able to fully repel the jihadist offensive.
Aside from the Al-Qaba’ hill, the offensive was an abysmal failure as the assault on the strategic Unit 4 Hill, otherwise known as Tarinja Unit Hill, did not fruit any gains while costing dozens of lives and several armored vehicles.
The forces officially involved in this offensive are JFS, Ahrar Al-Sham, and Bait Al-Maqdis who are very similar to Jund Al-Aqsa due to their links to the ISIS-backed faction of Jaish Khaled Ibn Al-Walid.
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George Washington
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*eats popcorn while picturing Daeshbags Sux trying to rationalize this story*

Seriously tho, f**k the Israeli Air Force and their brainwashed drug-addict proxies.

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est 338Lapua

Got my bag of pop corn in in front of me Sir, it isa matter of fact that such Hasbara act it will happen

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Jewhadist scum

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NESTOR ARAPA

En esa zona los terroristas cuentan con apoyo de Israel, no olvidemos que Altos de Golan está en poder de los Israelies.

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death to Israel, you can be sure that Israel sponsors these rats , as these rats are doing that filthy zion-nazi scum a service in Syria

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To Israel’s despair…

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I don’t think so, they are much more concerned than you may think and have much more reasons to prefer Bashir ruling Syria over any other possibility! A former Mossad guy even said in an interview that Israel had less problem with Syria than any other country around even those with whom they signed a peace treaty, since Bashir was in power thus why would them him to go? Erdogan backing Hamas is clearly a much greater concern, anyway, he’s probably one of the 2 or 3 biggest problems in the region…

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Why does Israel keep bombing the SAA and its allies, then? If they were really concerned about the jihadists, you’d think they’d bomb them once in a while instead of treating them in their hospitals like Turkey does. Plus, Israel benefits immensely from the cheap ISIS-sourced oil that they buy through Turkey. Turkey and Israel are on the same side of the Syrian war.

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Syria keeps shelling them and Israel retaliates, just like what happens with Gaza. Plus Hezbollah are their enemy, so they attack them where they can, like that Hezbollah commander they killed in Damascus who was a mass murderer, killed a family inside their home including children. Syria protected this man, well, tried to, they’re not exactly entirely innocent themselves.

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KIT you came in full habara mode eh??? fck off to you ghetto state

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Only ghetto because Muslims are nutjobs.

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Eee: dang….!!!!! you nailed it

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I have heard on at least two or three seperate occasions, once by the former Israeli ambassador to the US on US tv (if memory serves) and other government officials more recently that “they prefer Islamic State to Assad in Syria”. I think anyone who has been following the events in Syria will think that this is in line with their actions. Other than your quote from the former mossad guy I have heard or seen nothing that suggests they prefer Assad.

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Cyriak Papasissis

Israel is going to try to survive in a totally negatively prejudiced environment in the future , after they run tactical operations for ISIS , partly with embedded advisers like colonel Elon Shahak. After all these ISIS crimes they sponsored , Damocles’ s sword is coming to fall.
http://news.antiwar.com/2016/06/21/israeli-intel-chief-we-dont-want-isis-defeated-in-syria/ http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/07/11/hack-of-netanyahu-chief-of-staff-shows-israeli-control-of-isis/
http://www.blacklistednews.com/Israel_aids_ISIS_-_Israel_chief_of_staff_gets_hacked/50889/0/38/38/Y/M.html