BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 A.M.) – The Anna News Agency released a new video this past week that showed Syrian Arab Army’s perspective during the jihadist offensive to cutoff the main road from Mhardeh to Sqaylabiyeh.

In the Anna News video, the Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces can be seen taking on the jihadist rebels as the latter pushes towards the government strongholds.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Sometime SAA is so disappointed. It gives the impression of wanting to win a war without any causalities, or that they run away as soon as they see some big problems. Without Russia air support, it looks that they can do very little. Maybe I am wrong.

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Draft army + 8 years of war, low salaries, not even body armours, most equipment is 50y old, economy is exhausted… It’s simply human…
Why do you think I recommand that Assad should talk with Bibi and come with an offer he can’t refuse and also consider concessions towards the Kurds.
If he waits too much, the advantages he could get may vanish and Syria would be screwed for decades…

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Nestor Arapa

Les comparto video del avance terrorista… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqotAd3nlSw

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Nestor Arapa

La fuerza aérea debería bombardear la ruta de suministros que ingresan desde la frontera Turca, se supone que hay inteligencia infiltrado dentro de Idlib por tanto deberían de bombardear los cuarteles de formación y entrenamiento y ademas los depósitos de armas, no sólo limitarse en acompañar la ofensiva.

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Gustavo Lopez Velazquez

Russia does not allow SAA to be close to Turkey stuff. Russia has to stop pleasing Turkey. Turkey is just a NATO trap to Russia, and Russia is falling in this trap.

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Y is Russia involved in attacks against the rebels? Y has it not agreed to the demands of Syrian people?