…from SouthFront Last weekend ISIS launched a large-scale surprise attack against government forces in the Iraqi city of Mosul. Terrorists attacked the neighborhoods of al-Tanak, Nahrwan, and al-Yarmuk, engaging Iraqi security forces (ISF) in a series of intense firefights. While ISF was fighting terrorists in the Old Mosul area, ISIS used underground tunnels and sleeper […]
Last weekend, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and allied groups from the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) launched a large-scale advance against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in the province of Quneitra.
If you don’t think Israel is seeking World War III in Syria, if you still can’t come to the conclusion that the regime is a problem child in the Middle East, then think again.
The State Department is monitoring VT? I thought Politico Magazine said that VT was a fringe group? Why would US officials want to snoop on a “fringe American website”?
In order to prevent the eventual defeat of IS and retain control of a large portion of Syria, the US plans to create a new breakaway state out of the territory currently controlled by ISIS and the US-backed ‘rebels’, this is why the US has been sending more and more troops into Syria.
All the ISIS people who were celebrating the big dual terror attacks on Iran just got introduced to the new arithmetic, that Iran can reach out and touch them, and knows where they are.
Netanyahu has to frame his political worldview in the context of Zionism. In order to do that, he has to assert implicitly that Iran is dangerous to the “Jewish state” and much of the world.
Syrian War Report – June 14, 2017: Govt Forces Break ISIS Defense Lines In Raqqah And Homs Provinces
The Syrian Army Tiger Forces have made a large progress against ISIS terrorists in the province of Raqqah. The Tiger Forces liberated a number of villages, including Jubb Ghanum, Jubb al Abyad, Madakhah, and Bir Inbaj, the Rusafa oil field, the Rusafa junction and reached the Ithriyah-Tabqah road southwest of the area controlled by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
As if the mass rapes committed by self-professed Islamists in Syria, Iraq, and Nigeria did not suffice, I am saddened to report a long string of attacks in another nation.
One of the symptoms of the inherent sickness of the Trump regime has been the increased US support for ISIS. The official propaganda rhetoric from the White House continues to be that the US is fighting ISIS as leader of a coalition but this is a complete inversion of reality and the US is actively supporting ISIS.
On June 9, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allied militia groups reached the border with Iraq in the area north of the US-led coalition garrisons at the village of At Tanf and Al Zquf.
Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continues the offensive from eastern Homs to the city of Deir ez-Zor.
Have false flags been so thoroughly exposed that they no longer work? That is the lesson of yesterday’s British elections…
ISIS terrorists have lost large chunks of territories to Syrian government forces in the provinces of Raqqa and Homs.
“Daesh is not a radical Islamic group, it is a radical anti-Islamic group designed to spread fitnah and chaos in the world of Islam.”
Late on June 6, the US-led coalition once again bombed pro-government forces in the area of At Tanf in southern Syria near the border with Iraq.
The Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have liberated nine more villages from ISIS near the recently liberated town of al-Baaj at the border with Syria.
Because of these abuses, which include sexual assault and beating, numerous detainees attempted to commit suicide. At least four of them succeeded; some “hanged themselves with makeshift nooses.”
Syrian government forces, led by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) Tiger Forces, have achieved a major victory in the battle against ISIS in eastern Aleppo.
According to the British police and media, a van driving at high speed mowed down pedestrians on London Bridge before the occupants got out and began stabbing patrons at nearby bars and restaurants at the adjacent Borough Market.
Jim W. Dean – Well this is a big surprise. We had a report yesterday that there had been earlier withdrawals by ISIS from Maskanah and a fight to the death delaying force left to inflict as much damage on the Tiger forces as possible in their final assault.
Syria has confirmed that it shot down an Israeli plane suspected of helping ISIS which had been flying over Syrian territory, tasked with bombing innocent civilians.
Jim W. Dean – There has been no professional appraisal in Western media as to the efficiency and effectiveness of the relatively small Russian air contingent it has in Syria. But they are using an age-old Israeli tactic of two or three crews per plane.
The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in a statement extended their amnesty offer for ISIS fighters in Raqqa until the end of May
On Thursday, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and its allies announced start of the Operation “Grand Dawn” in eastern Syria.
How moderate are moderate Muslims? Given the allegations made by Islamophobes, it would seem to be a fair question.
Government forces are advancing against ISIS and Western-backed militant groups on multiple frontlines across Syria.
Jim W. Dean – The SAA strategy has allowed ISIS to regroup and set up defense points in the Maskanah countryside that can then be observed and bombed with no losses to the the Tiger Force, which has to conserve its equipment and experienced fighters.
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) Tiger Forces and their allied units are rapidly clearing the countryside Maskanah, a strategic town in the province of Aleppo, from ISIS terrorists.
This week the European Parliament gears up for a debate on the situation of Christians in the Middle East. The horrific Palm Sunday bombings at two Egyptian churches on April 9 that killed at least 45 people have spurred the discussion. The so-called Islamic State (ISIS or IS) has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attacks.