Syrian War Report – September 29, 2016: US Deploys Troops near Aleppo City


…from SouthFront

The Syrian army and its allies have reportedly repelled a major counter attack of Jaysh al-Islam militants at the army base in the Eastern Ghouta region near the Syrian capital, Damascus. Holding this strategic area, the pro-government forces are keeping to pose a threat to cut off the Jaish al-Islam militants deployed in Tell Kurdi from the rest of militant-controlled areas in the regions. Local reports indicate, that the Syrian army is planning an operation to encircle Tell Kurdi in the nearest future.

The joint forces of Jabhat Fatah al-Sham, Jund al-Aqsa and the Free Syrian Army (FSA) have continued attacks on the Syrian government forces in northern Hama. Terrorists seized the village of Junaynah and attacked the nearby village of Qarah. The government’s counter-offensive in Talisiyah and Sha`tha has resulted in no gains.

US troops have entered the Syrian towns of Marea and Azaz located north of Aleppo city, Lebanese Al Mayadeen channel reported. The US servicemen are embedded with ‘moderate rebels’ from the FSA and are going to prepare the US-backed advance on ISIS in the area.

The appearance of US servicemen caused tensions between Jabhat Fatah al- and the FSA. Jabhat Fatah al-Sham militants called for “a fight with the Americans” and burnt several FSA flags. Some pro-government experts believe that the deployment of US servicemen in Marea and Azaz are not linked with the fight against ISIS and is likely the move in order to strengthen the US influence in the area of strategic Aleppo city where the Syrian government forces have recently launched a full-scale advance against terrorists.

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  1. I can’t see any reason to believe that US troops in Syria have anything to do with fighting ISIS. They’ve only helped terrorists in Syria up to this point. They are probably there to provide cover for their terrorist proxies. Or maybe the terrorists got some new toys and need instruction on how to use them. Under who’s authority does the US have the right to be operating in Syria?

  2. Since 1776 American troops, as a heridatary anglomasonic treat, have never taken lessons of respect, toward other people so, the word Sovereignty does not belong to the accepted vocabulary or simply, its just foul language from the bottom to the top of military cadres and USG.
    It doesn’t make any sense to apply common sense, reason or logic when dealing with bully types. Spreading Worldwide armed presence its one of the reasons that keeps the dollar as an economic sacred cow to which a mandatory openly and intimate devotion should be dedicated, along unquestioned kosher hyper “quantitative easing” whenever NWO decides to be fit.
    So, respect has never to be mentioned, much less Law, unless you’re willing to be saltpeppered with TNT or U235.

  3. The time has come to carpet bombing or Tzar Bomb (conventional of course) ISIS enclaves. Precision bombing only helps jihadist to hide in the rubble. A couple of weeks of another Linebacker can do wanders to erradicate ISIS strongholds.

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