A military source told Sputnik that the US forces were ready to leave its military base in Syria’s al-Tanf.

The US is ready to leave Syria’s al-Tanf, where the US-led coalition is currently located, but it has not outlined any time frames, a military-diplomatic source told Sputnik.

“They say that they will [leave At Tanf], but we do not know when,” the source said.

On June 8, the US-led coalition bombed pro-Damascus forces near al-Tanf in the area of a deconfliction zone following an alleged attack by a combat drone resulting in no coalition forces’ casualties.

The Russian Defense Ministry slammed the move, saying that it seems that the US-led coalition is more interested in bombing the Syrian army instead of fighting terrorists. It also accused the coalition and Syrian rebels it supports of “conspiring” with Daesh leaders by letting them leave encirclement and move to other areas.

Source: Sputnik

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Bye-bye, US thieves. Forever. 🙂

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Psalms 234:34 Coming like lions. Running back like sheep. Praise the Lord Putin Christ for every victory you have reached. He shall protect you all the way to the end of days…

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They should be ready to leave Syria.

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Stop talking about it and just go already.

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‘..The Russian Defense Ministry slammed the move, saying that it seems that the US-led coalition is more interested in bombing the Syrian army instead of fighting terrorists. It also accused the coalition and Syrian rebels it supports of “conspiring” with Daesh leaders by letting them leave encirclement and move to other areas.’
Exactly. Basically the Daesh hand over their captured territory to US-friendly anti-Assad forces.

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Well, Hezbollah also let Daesh leave the Lebanese border area 😉

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That may be so, but Hezbollah is there take territory away from ISIS and hand it to Syrian government control. That’s hardly the goal of the US-led coalition. Rather, their proclaimed goal is to “kill terrorists on the battlefield”, which rules out letting ISIS fighters escape encirclement, right?

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That may be so, but Hezbollah say they are there to free land of ISIS (which they did in that border area), while the US say, they are there to kill terrorists.

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It was a clever strategic decision to get ISIS out of tunnels and shelters in the confused mountainous terrain into the eastern desert where ISIS fighters were on a plate. 😉

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Why dont you go drink some acid?, as your Israhelli Secret Intelligence Service HAS BEEN DESTROYED in Syria. The comander in Thief of ISIS also Went to the united nations yesterday to cry like a baby. zionists are always the victims. you have no shame at all.

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There were more than 500 women and children with them and they could be harmed. See, you are ignorant of the Shia Sufi religion and moral principles. Shia would never kill women or children unlike tge Zionists in Israel who make children and women tbeir prime targets. So, they offerred them a deal. Sparing their life in return for: 1. Leaving the areas tgey occupied to the Syrian and Lebanese governments respectvely. 2. Disclose what happened to the abducted Lebanese soldiers. Very laudible behaviour for me. What’s to be condemned is the US airlifting ISIS terrorist leaders from Deir Ezzur,… Read more »