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SOUTHFRONT FEB 4 & Venezuelahttps://youtu.be/KyKs4zkfGfAhttps://youtu.be/qs_9eHeHPJM
>Latest interviews with Assad https://youtu.be/1xbLFYo4T7Uhttps://youtu.be/RbLONDCe3Rohttps://youtu.be/YB-McdKnFtQ
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Devs Feb 7>DeZ:IS leadership in Euphrates valley refuses to surrender last two vilalges it holds. IS tries to flee in Homs desert pocket>W DeZ:SAA ambushes IS recon group in Badiya Al-Sham region, killing 6>DeZ:SAA ambushes ISIS terrorists attempting to cross Euphrates>SDF foil IS suicide attack on displaced civilians in Euphrates valley >SAA unleashes large-scale retaliatory attack in northern Hama for the missiles that hit the government stronghold of Mhardeh>Pompeo claims Hezbollah “active in Venezuela” to justify possible US intervention>Iraqi forces launch 50 rockets at IS positions around the town of al-Baghuz al-Fawqani>Report:1500 foreign terrorists entered Sy from Turkey recently>Report:Iranian forces are moving their supply center out from Damascus int/ airport to the T4 aibase in E Homs CS>SDF closes al-Salihiyah crossing in DeZ gov in order to prevent civilians and former SAA soldiers to reconcile/leave to gov held areas>Saudi-led coalition strikes Houthis training camp in central Yemen>Houthi fighters stormed 15 positions of the Saudi military in Jizan prov. later retreated to Yemen to avoid SaudiAF who bombs position that fall to houthis
>>205794>mount Sinjar and the mountains up north are also present near the Iraq / Syria border. Perhaps it could be there?
You're right, but i don't think mount Sinjar is the destination (considering the huge fuzz when ISIS approached it a couple of years ago).
I'm not really sure, but i think it's mistranslated and actually means the mountainous areas of the border deserts or something like that.>I mean, there are not too many mountains in DeZ or Anbar, right?
Not directly on the border no, there are hills, it's rough and has a ton of valleys though. Perfect hiding place.
The desert north of the Euphrates is quite mountainous (iirc still considered as part of the Anbar desert), has ISIS activity, loyal villagers etc and some fuckers could've sneaked through the Iraqi border to reach it. I dunno.
But other than that Homs, Anbar and Hasakah are my best bets.
>inb4 "but there are SAA/SDF/Iraqi forces surrounding them"
Reminder that the middle-east is incredibly corrupt, bribery is extremely usual (wanna guess how most of the previously ISIS loyalist tribes, known for being Saddamists, suddenly switched side to the k*rds and the (((international coalition)))?).
Just a week or so ago the Shuaitat tribe caught some terrorists and their families in one of the towns in their tribal area who "managed to escape" from the pocket.
If the Shuaitat tribals didn't have a vendetta against ISIS they would've probably went through unharmed.
Another fun anecdote, it has been reported many times that ISIS wants to go to Idlib, i read some twitter comments on such claims of people almost laughingly asking if HTS would be okay with that (because lol ISIS and HTS are enemies lol).
Just remember how HTS/FSA opened a corridor over the Salamiyah-Itriyah road when the Uqayribat pocket was almost finished and they claimed it was to "save the besieged muslim women and children from ASSad deathsquads".
Granted, it bit them in the ass, but it's not like they were friends before they got backstabbed by ISIS after the breakout.
Now imagine how many ex-ISIS grunts are now in SDF, with similar "muh ummah" ideologies, I'm sure there are tons of them who wouldn't mind helping smuggle ISIS out of the pocket.
Hell, remember when some "former" salafi FSA militia joined the battle after Hajin was captured and announced that they took the Abu Hassan village at record pace, in similar fashion to how that ex-ISIS Abu Khawra that leads the DeZ military council would tweet that they captured tens of villages per day when SAA broke the DeZ siege.
>Today I was able to photograph (film) ISIS elements, #SDF , my report on k24https://twitter.com/akramsalih7/status/1097907472378052608
I might be entirely wrong but the filming seems to imply ISIS still holds the easternmost part of Shaykh Hamad (at the base of the Baghuz cliffs)…
Haven't seen any footage from the supposedly captured Baghuz Tahtani either so uhhh, who knows.
Updates from Idlib 19/02/2018>- In the Idlib governorate, SAA and allies shelled Khan Shaykhun (pictured) (5 dead, 5 wounded), Maraat al-Numan, Sukayk, Tamanah, Hish, Basidah, and Maar Hatat.>- In the Hama countryside, SAA and allies shelled Lataminah (1 dead, several wounded), Kafr Zayta, Husariya, Sayad, Arbain, Sakhr, Habit, Janabira, Shariah, Hawijah, Tuwaynah, Bab al-Taqah, Qahira, Khirbat al-Naqus, and Ziyarah.>- In the Aleppo countryside, SAA shelled Haritan, Rashidin, and Layramun.>- In the Hama countryside, rebels shelled Masasinah, Salhab, and Muhradah.>- In the Latakia countryside, rebels shelled Ayn al-Bayda.https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1097910518860394496
ironically enough if he goes back to sweden he'll singlehandedly raise birthrates for ethnic swedes
>>205809>He's ethnically Norwegian
tomato tomato>into brown pussy
damn, they're going all out with that artillery.
Thanks for the updates Snus.
SAA went 99/99 in the soviet artillery tech tree and it's really starting to show now that there's no other pockets left to bombard and the blyatskis are around.
>ITV News learns Shamima Begum has been deprived of British citizenship>Decision made be the Home Secretary todayhttps://twitter.com/RohitKachrooITV/status/1097928254114140162
someone tell maghrejew to check his messages
FFS I am not him, but believe whatever you want bro.
I am banned on the other place btw.
OK fren, I understand, but I just wanted someone to tell him something that's all.
this gay shit is getting tiring
Rumors that Turkey, Russia and Iran agreed to launch a joint military operation against HTS in Idlib. https://twitter.com/Ozkok_/status/1097969477248053248
Basically, T*rkey wants to launch a mock offensive with TFSA against HTS.
Man, that's so blurry how can they make out that it's an S-300?
wtf I love Syria now
RIA confirmed that Joulani was wounded (they say heavy wound) and is being treated in a Turkish hospitalhttps://ria.ru/20190219/1551094668.html
Last two are al-Tanf/Rukban humanitarian "corridor" right?
Looks like they're inside the 55km zone.>>205874
Sounds like bs to me since there are hospitals in Idlib but if it is bs why would Russian media "slander" T*rkey this way? 🤔
>>205875>Last two are al-Tanf/Rukban humanitarian "corridor" right?
Yup> if it is bs why would Russian media "slander" T*rkey this way?
Wondering the same thing, RIA is usually pretty reliable.
Corridor doesn't look too busy, has there been any numbers report yet?
They've said 222 383 people came back on 18/2
But it's silent about the corridors other than they've been opened, here http://syria.mil.ru/news/more.htm?id=12218127@egNews
As far as I know there's ~50 000 people in Rukban camp
>>205892>silent about the corridors other than they've been opened
If it was just set up then it's understandable.>As far as I know there's ~50 000 people in Rukban camp
Yeah it's freaking massive, more people than Mayadin and Bukamal…
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[08:22] SAA stationed in Shughaydilah targeted Zitan in Aleppo countryside with heavy artillery.
[10:35] Rebels claimed to snipe two SAA soldiers in Masasinah in Hama countryside.
[10:36] SAA bombarded Khalasah in Aleppo countryside.
[10:49] SAA shelled Lataminah city in the northern Hama countryside.
[11:30] SAA shelled Maraat al-Artiq in Aleppo countryside from their positions in Zahraa district.
[12:31] SAA targeted Jazraya in Aleppo countryside with artillery shelling.