ISIS TERRORISTS GIVING UP IN AL-HASAKAH!

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Ziad is out of town, so I will be posting updates frequently.

The Syrian Arab Army, backed by the NDF and YPG, have forced the Islamic State to completely retreat east of Brigade 121 in Al-Hasakah. 33 confirmed terrorists were killed and many more wounded. The Syrian Arab Republic flag is flying high at Brigade 121 today.

Meanwhile, south of Division 17, Hind Helicopters from the Syrian Air Force bombarded a terrorist convoy on the way to the Officers Barracks. No further details at the moment.

I received confirmation that Brigadier General Suleiman Dhaher – the commander of Division 17 Base – is alive and well. ISIS sources have now been exposed for their fallacies once again.

Update from the Qalamoun Mountains:

Syrian Arab Army has killed a confirmed 155 terrorists on the way to the Lebanese border in the Qalamoun Mountain area.

 

-Leith

 


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jo6pac
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Thanks Leith for your updates while the boss is out of town and hopeful he is doing something fun

Tomas
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Thanks Leith for keeping this trustworthy site live! Interesting that YPG took part in joint actions. SAA should embrace and arm all minorities like Kurds, Christians, Yasedis, and Druze in the struggle to beat the Takfiri and IS groups. They need to – should the Takfiris win – then that will be the end of them. See just what’s happening in Iraq right now!

Canthama
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These are great news, ISIS set backs should not be a surprise to no one, it is great to see SAA and Kurds togethed in Al Hasaka, speaks volume on the forecoming future when eastern Syria will be wiped clean of rats. I am still all for the Fall campaign to regain Al Raqqa Province, this is coming as Al Qalamoun last yr.
155 dead rats in the borded with Lebanon is huge, did not think rats could gathed such nbrs on the border, the fact they were fleeing Syria also speaks volume on the final liberation of east Ghouta.

Arklight
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The Syrian Kurds are pretty smart, C. They understand that there are common enemies, and co-operation is the only way they, Syria, Lebanon or Iraq can survive. I agree that it would be great if SAA would transfer captured weapons and gear to YPG any time it’s convenient to do so, but I don’t look for that to happen. Ever. YPG is, I think, stuck with weapons, ammunition, gear and other stocks which it captures from the enemy. So far as I know they have no SAAF forward observers with them, or anyone from SAA artillery either. If it were… Read more »
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At last a naval engagement! today at al-Rasan Lake in Homs area Syrian forces destroyed boats of terrorists and all terrorists were killed or drowned. Confirmed through SANA.

Arklight
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@Manfred: If I recall correctly, rat craft were successfully engaged a couple of years ago. I don’t know if Syria has a Riverine Force or not, or if so if it’s ‘Brown Water Navy’. Iraq had a good one a few years ago, but I don’t know if they still do or not. Anyway, well done!

The Thylacine
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Was it not Syrian forces in the Med which sank two Yisraeli Dolphin-clas subs attacking near Lattakia last year?
I know US intel has alleged they did it themselves as revenge for the USS Liberty, but not even Yanquis hold on to grudges that long. I heard it was Syrian Yakhonts.
There’s been plenty of Ziad’s hilariously-reported rat catastrophes on lakes and rivers, forget the location.

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Arklight
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Michael: I’d think that ISIS losses in men, equipment and materiel plus recruitment and transportation, training, etc. would cost them at least that much. War ain’t cheap, no matter what Obama thinks.

Edgar Palacio
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Edgar Palacio

There is something wrong here. Syria does not do deals with ISIS. This is just bad propaganda.

Eltho
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Not at all Edgar, war dynamics are like that, back in the day some corrupt SAA units sold lots of weapon to YPG and FSA*, and proof of limited trade between IS and SAA in Deizz was p. solid, even YPG has bought weapons from some IS linked black markets and has both sold oil to govt at Hasakah and smuggled some into Iraqi Kurdistan. Of course, you have to take in account that most of the time you won’t have Assad buying directly from Baghdadi, but most likely some civilian that now lives under Islamic State areas of control… Read more »
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Mohd Razhar
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no photos of dead rats????

Canthama
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The news below from FARS is really encouraging, ISIS rats are indeed abandoning all recent gains in Hasaka, all military bases back to the SAA as well as the city is safe and secure. News like this confirm the fact that ISIS is over stretched and can not hold sustained advances for long. “Militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) were pushed back from the Southern parts of Hassaka city in Northeastern Syria, Syrian military expert Hassan Al-Hassan said on Monday. The source noted that all military positions of the Syrian army in Hassaka city are… Read more »
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