BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:50 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) recently uncovered a large-cache of weapons that were left behind by the rebel forces in the Daraa province.

According to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the military discovered this weapons cache while combing through the town of Yadoudah near the provincial capital of Daraa.

The SANA report said the Syrian Arab Army seized a large quantity of U.S. and Israeli-made TOW and LAW missiles that were left behind by the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and jihadist rebels.

In addition to the U.S. and Israeli missiles, the Syrian Army also confiscated PKC machine guns, a B-10 machingun, RPG rounds, sniper rifles, DShK machine guns, and cameras.

The Syrian Arab Army has recently uncovered many weapons caches that were left behind by the jihadists and rebel forces in southern Syria.

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Ricardo Tejada
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They can returning the favor and sending back through Hamas, and never they will made a claim, about who are given tows missile to them.

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Seems amazing in the apparent laxity of both US and Israeli weapons storage and tracking. After all, aren’t there end user certificates, etc for the serial numbers of said armaments? But then, perhaps the more obvious answer that there has and is a conspiracy of opportunistic countries in order of involvement: Saudi Arabia, UAE, USA, Qatar, Turkey, Israel, UK, France trying to undermine the legitimate, UN recognized Syrian Government by using mercenary jihadis of various hues.

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@FairsFair, they have a name. LOL. “Friends of Syria”.

CAR (Conflict Armament Research) report “…many of these transfers (of weapons and ammo) have violated the terms of sale and export agreed between weapon exporters – primarily EU Member States – and recipients in Saudi Arabia and the United States. These are clear cases of diversion, whereby government recipients have broken end-user agreements…”

p.s. The end user certificates issued by the US were notoriously vague. I have a copy on my HDD. It reads like a card blanche.

I’d put Israel further down. France? But never mind.