ALEPPO, SYRIA (6:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces” have redeployed from southern Aleppo and northern Hama to the Kuweires Military Airport in order participate in the upcoming offensive near the Islamic State stronghold of Al-Bab.

According to a military source at the Kuweires Military Airport, thousands of soldiers from the Tiger Forces poured into the east Aleppo countryside on Sunday and Monday, as they prepare for their largest military operation since November 2015.

Rumblings from Damascus indicate that the Desert Hawks Brigade and Syrian Marines were transferred to the northern Hama countryside, shortly after the departure of Tiger Forces to the east Aleppo.

Some small units from the Tiger Forces have remained in southern Aleppo; however, all major brigades are now in east Aleppo.

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Jonathan Richer
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So everyone is going for Al-Bab now! Be some s**t if the SAA captured it and turned it over to Kurds lol

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Nope, but it seems that they understood that it’s not Syria’s interest to have turkish backed shithadists in al-Bab and it’s more Syria’s interest having YPG and SAA cooperating and end as a federal state than letting the saudi puppets dismantle the country and hand anything they can to muslim brotherhood… What is very likely to happen is that both SAA and YPG simply besiege al-Bab and east+west Rojava doing junction with VKS help then begin to wipe both Daesh and all shithadists out…

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prince teutonic

o*g! They will give up Hama for some illusional offensive on Al-Bab…

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It’s not illusional : if they let the shithadists take al-Bab, you’ll see Aleppo with a new front!

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They should be deployed to North Hama and retake all the land lost recently.