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BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA), alongside the National Defense Forces (NDF), resumed their offensive operations in the eastern countryside of Al-Sweida on Thursday, Al-Masdar’s Majd Fahd reported from Damascus.

The Syrian Arab Army’s 5th and 7th armored divisions managed to capture 35km of rebel-held territory in eastern Al-Sweida, today, reaching the imperative Al-Rasi’i Well after a fierce battle with the US-backed Jaysh Assoud Al-Sharqiya (FSA unit).

According to Fahd, the Syrian Arab Army is steadily pushing east to secure the Al-Sweida Governorate, while also applying pressure on the US and Jordanian forces trying to carve out a niche in this province in southern Syria.

Meanwhile, north of the Al-Sweida Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army’s 5th Legion, alongside the NDF, are preparing to resume their offensive in the southeastern countryside of Damascus; this attack will focus on the Iraqi border-crossing at Tanf.

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Kill them all.

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Visibly, this group merged with Jaysh-al-Islam roaches.
This makes ’em a Saoudi/Turkish backed rat pack.

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Only Saudi…

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What is 35km? You’ve done this before, very vague, usually meaningless gains. Do you mean 35km2?

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Towards al Tanf the SAA is now showing great caution as they must avoid clashes with US/UK special forces if they can. The rats there are pure camouflage

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Good to see the U.S. fighting terrorism and promoting democracy and freedom wherever it rears its ugly head. We have a great record so far and so will continue in the same vein.

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” Visibly, this group merged with Jaysh-al-Islam roaches. This makes ’em a Saoudi/Turkish backed rat pack. ” Visibly, no more than 24 hours after the quoted user posted this fallacious comment, the US air force proved his gibberish wrong by striking opposing SAA forces to provide direct air support to the terrorist group in question. Yet another catastrophic fail by the user in his fruitless and vain attempts to deflect the attention of readers and make them lose sight of the actual godfathers of anti-Syrian terror groups, and to whitewash the real bosses of the anti-Syrian coalition of terror. So… Read more »