BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:40 A.M.) – A Syrian military source told Al-Masdar News that the U.S. Coalition did not bomb their forces in southern Syria tonight.

According to the source, the attack was actually carried out by the US-backed rebels of Jaysh Al-Mughawir Al-Thoura from the Al-Tanf area.

Furthermore, the source said the US-backed rebels struck a Syrian Arab Army post at the town of Al-Aliyaneh in the southeastern countryside of the Homs Governorate.

One soldier was killed during the attack.

 

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Nur Muhd

in short zsa did the main part of providing the means so both are guilty – proxy wars are a norm for coward zio entities

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Stern Daler

The US are fully responsible of the war crimes of their mercenaries.

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When the SAA tries to pursue them, they’ll run like h**l for the 55km exclusion zone around the US base at Al-Tanf, their safe haven, the big US artillery guns there are good at keeping the SAA from catching their prey, or sniffing around too closely. The US has lots to hide there, weapons and supplies for Isis, stores of chemical precursors for the rebels, and a force of US soldiers, ready to take over every town and village, in a straight line all the way up to Ar Raqqah in the north, and all the way east to the… Read more »

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jmNZ

Long overdue that al-Tanf and al-Zuqf are blockaded.

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Sure, I truly believe it is US-backed rebels speaking in English with an American accent. In addition, how it is possible a so called democratic country to support armed rebels in another country. I’ve been in university and in all books is written that all opposition in every democratic country must be unarmed. If they are armed, they are criminals…