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BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:05 P.M.) – The U.S. is not actively seeking war with the Syrian government forces, Dana White of the U.S. Defense Department Spokesperson stated on Thursday.

Furthermore, the Defense Department Spokesperson claimed that the U.S. military contacted the Russians in advance before launching their assault that killed several pro-government tribesmen.

“We had a very productive conversation … we told them [Russians], they knew what was happening. They agreed not to attack Coalition forces. So, from that respect it was successful,” White said.

White then went on to tweet: “Any action that takes away from our ongoing operations to #defeatISIS is a distraction.”

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Sure, the Russians may have agreed to an attack on ISIS, but they sure as hell wouldn’t have agreed to an attack on Syrian government tribesmen.
And if the Americans don’t want war with Syria, why don’t they withdraw from al-Tanf and al-Zuqf?

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Nobody allowed the US to attack Al-Baraka tribal fighters that searched for IS.

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Here’s the real shit :
“Our position is to provide our diplomats with the strongest position so that they can find a political, a diplomatic solution [for Syria] through the Geneva process”
– ChiefPentSpox”
=> Yankees want to have levers they don’t have…
Any way, it’s BS : there is NO political/diplomatic solution, only liquidating the terrorists can work!
There’s not only the US agenda at work…