Local officers escort Lt. General Ayyoub around the Kinsibba countryside

The Chief of General Staff for the Syrian Arab Army, Lt. General ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayyoub, traveled to the northern Latakia countryside on Tuesday in order to inspect the government forces that are preparing to launching their long-awaited counter-offensive.

Lt. General Ayyoub met with General Mohammad Jaber of the Desert Hawks Brigade (Liwaa Suqour Al-Sahra) near the strategic town of Kinsibba, where his forces are currently positioned to strike the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh (Army of Conquest).

In addition to his meeting with General Jaber, Lt. General Ayyoub greeted the soldiers participating in this offensive in the Kurdish Mountains of northern Latakia, thanking them for their service.

Lt. General Ali Ayyoub greets several soldiers near Kinsibba
Lt. General Ali Ayyoub greets several soldiers near Kinsibba
Desert Hawks commander, General Mohammad Jaber, and Lt. General Ali Ayyoub discuss the logistics behind the upcoming offensive
Desert Hawks commander, General Mohammad Jaber, and Lt. General Ali Ayyoub discuss the logistics behind the upcoming offensive
Lt. General 'Ali Ayyoub scoping the enemy forces near the mountaintop town of Kinsibba
Lt. General ‘Ali Ayyoub scoping the enemy forces near the mountaintop town of Kinsibba
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Local officers escort Lt. General ‘Ali Ayyoub around the battlefield
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Thomas Bo Kristiansen
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Thomas Bo Kristiansen

There is a problem here , and the problem is not general Ali Ayyoub or his staff and it is not what they are fighting against . They should be fighting against ISIS , but the Evil ISIS is has taken your minds away from WHO and WHAT you are fighting for , and that is the purpose of ISIS , to make you forget what is behind you , General Ayyoub it will give every one a sence that a very WEIRD injustice has taken place if Bashar becomes president of Syria once again , he could have changed… Read more »

German
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German

First of all, you have a problem with yourself…
Think more clearly.

Balkan
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Balkan

Hahahahahahahahahahaha.Dude you are faaaaaar away. The american council made a file document(you can find it in wikileaks) back in 2006. In this document he wrote a plan how to get Assad away from power – the plan is exactly what happend 5 years later. Bashar Assad is the last man who wanted that war becouse it is geting him far away from Syria foreign interests like geting the Golan Hights back from Israely occupation and et. And if he win this war and he stays president, what will he rule? Ruins and more ruins. If you read about Syria before… Read more »

Tartus66
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Tartus66

Some people can go through life deaf dumb and blind according to some of these posts so dam ignorant with no real sense of justice Stria was a wonderful nation till US organised a major war against Syrians to get closer to Iran and destroy her as a being a threat to Israel and to take a pro Russian nation out of the equation and at the same time build a gas pipeline through Syria to damage Russia’s economy thats untill Russia’s airforce arrived complete with S400. Suck it up fascists.

Balkan
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Balkan

Sorry but fachist is on the right word here. Even Hitler didnt execute his opponents like US did with Khadafi and Sadam, Milosevic and all serbs from their war. So i think for the people that rule the USA right now we must find a new word. Maybe extremly radical fachist or something common.