BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:30 P.M.) – On Friday, the elite Tiger Forces branch of the Syrian military was given orders to redeploy to eastern Syria, where they will post up along the eastern countryside of the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

According to a military source in Damascus, the reason for the redeployment is due to the growing Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) that is posed by the upcoming Turkish Army offensive east of the Euphrates.

The source said that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), who are fighting ISIS right now, will be forced to redeploy much of their troops to northern Syria as they attempt to deal with the looming Turkish Army threat.

The Tiger Forces are expected to clear a small Islamic State pocket that has remained near the border-city of Albukamal.

ISIS has launched several attacks on the Syrian Arab Army’s positions from this pocket near Albukamal; it has become a major issue due to the constant shelling from the terrorist group on the city.

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SAA and SDF must make a joint effort. Clear IS in the East together and defend the border to the Sultanate of Turkey together

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Right, but SDF must admit, they part of Syria. Not USA.

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@Assad must stay, absolutely. In a Federation they are part of Syria but have some rights.

See other countries with a federal structure.

There are things run by the Federation and things run by the provinces/states.

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Which two in this Forum did not like Federations where national minorities have a province or some rights?

Russia for example – just to mention one.

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BREAKING! Bomb has been dropped! Kurds and Syrian Government made a deal in Kamishli!!! Information so far indicates that the oil fields in Deir Ez Zor will be handed over to the government and troops of the SAA will be transferred to the Syrian-Turkish border very soon!!!

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@USR, thx for the good tidings. The Sultan will love this XMS gift. LOL.

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Wipe them all, one by one. The job is not finished.

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GOOD!

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Now the Kurds are caught with their pants down. One one side the threat of Daesh is still present and on the other side Turki Army & FSA backed rebels aggression

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BREAKING! Bomb has been dropped! Kurds and Syrian Government made a deal in Kamishli!!! Information so far indicates that the oil fields in Deir Ez Zor will be handed over to the government and troops of the SAA will be transferred to the Syrian-Turkish border very soon!!!