Syria Blocks Turkish Backed Militants, or are they maybe ISIS?

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Aleppo: Syrian Soldiers Block Turkey-Backed Militants' Only Pathway to Manbij

 Editor’s note:  4 days ago, we were on sat phone with al Bab, while our informant watched Turkish troops put 950 ISIS fighters on trucks, like they were lifelong friends.  A day later, Turkey claimed they won al Bab in a “lightning raid.”
Then a day later, Syrian official tell us Turkish planes attacked their forces at Tadef. Aleppo: Syrian Soldiers Block Turkey-Backed Militants’ Only Pathway to Manbij
The real issue is the road to Manbij.
We have two issues here, one being Turkey not being trustworthy and wanting to hold onto as much of Syria as possible.
The other is Turkey actually being ISIS, in this theatre at least.
We have seen absolutely no evidence whatsoever that Turkey is fighting ISIS at all and that the talk about fighting, the dead, the lost battles, even the stolen Leopard tanks, they are simply making it all up.
We an prettymuch prove this one hands down.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian government forces continued their advances against the ISIL terrorists in Eastern Aleppo and deployed in regions controlled by the Kurdish fighters, cutting off the only way left for the Turkey-backed Euphrates Shield Operation militants to the town of Manbij.

The army forces drove ISIL out of the town of Jubb al-Khafa and expanded their presence to the regions under the control of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the towns of Um Khazreh and Houteh.

Military sources said the Syrian army’s control over Jubb al-Khafa has sealed off the road to Manbij, preventing the Euphrates Shield Operation force from expanding to the town in Northeastern Aleppo.

The sources said that arrival of the Syrian army at borders with the SDF-controlled regions will possibly open new safe corridors for transferring civilians from East Aleppo province to Aleppo city and other regions that are controlled by the Kurdish forces.

 

 

Military sources had informed earlier today that the Syrian Army troops’ advances against ISIL in Eastern Aleppo would soon end up in not just pushing the terrorist group back from the Northern parts of the country, but laying a full siege on the Turkish forces and the Ankara-backed militants that are operating under the Euphrates Shield Operation.

The sources who requested anonymity, said that the army soldiers’ control over the town of Tadif South of al-Bab has established another contact line with the forces of the Turkey-backed Euphrates Shield forces.

They added that if the Syrian government troops continued their advances against ISIL in Eastern Aleppo towards the SDF, the Euphrates Shield forces would be trapped in a circle of the army men in the towns of al-Bab and Baza’a.

The sources went on to say that if the Syrian army forces managed to reach the SDF positions, the Manbij road would be cut off and the Euphrates Shield forces would have no way out to march in Northern Syrian any further, but to engage in clashes with the Syrian soldiers or Kurdish fighters.

The sources said that the Syrian soldiers are now in areas only 13km away from SDF positions after their recent advances in lands Southeast of Tadif and their control over Khan Qayar and Abu Jabbar.

“The Syrian army has reached areas 26km in distance from the Assad Lake after taking control over the strategic Salim Mountain and its advances in Shahnaseh, al-Shami and Roweideh al-Bab.”

“In the meantime, the Syrian soldiers are just 4km away from the town of Deir Hafer that will be the government troops’ platform for a fresh operation towards Maskana that is considered as the entrance of Raqqa province,” the sources underscored.

The Syrian Army troops’ advances against ISIL in Eastern Aleppo will soon end up in not just pushing the terrorist group back from the Northern parts of the country, but laying a full siege on the Turkish forces and the Ankara-backed militants that are operating under the Euphrates Shield Operation, military sources said on Monday.

The sources who requested anonymity, said that the army soldiers’ control over the town of Tadif South of al-Bab has established another contact line with the forces of the Turkey-backed Euphrates Shield forces.

They added that if the Syrian government troops continue their advances against ISIL in Eastern Aleppo towards the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces, the Euphrates Shield forces will be trapped in a circle of the army men in the towns of al-Bab and Baza’a.

The sources went on to say that if the Syrian army forces manage to reach the SDF positions, the Manbij road will be  cut off and the Euphrates Shield forces will have no way out to march in Northern Syrian any further, but to engage in clashes with the Syrian soldiers or Kurdish fighters.

The sources said that the Syrian soldiers are now in areas only 13km away from SDF positions after their recent advances in lands Southeast of Tadif and their control over Khan Qayar and Abu Jabbar.

“The Syrian army has reached areas 26km in distance from the Assad Lake after taking control over the strategic Salim Mountain and its advances in Shahnaseh, al-Shami and Roweideh al-Bab.”

“In the meantime, the Syrian soldiers are just 4km away from the town of Deir Hafer that will be the government troops’ platform for a fresh operation towards Maskana that is considered as the entrance of Raqqa province,” the sources underscored.

Media sources reported earlier today that clashes erupted between the Syrian Army troops and Ankara-backed militants of the Euphrates Shield Operation in the town of al-Bab East of Aleppo province.

Sham times news website reported that the army soldiers have been engaged in heavy fighting with forces of the Turkey-led Euphrates Shield Operation near the town of al-Bab on Sunday night.

Sham times added that regions between the town of Tadif that was captured by the Syrian army yesterday and the Southern outskirts of al-Bab have been witnessing a second round of fierce clashes between the army soldiers and Turkey-backed militants.

The clashes came after the army men managed to take control over the key town of Tadif South of al-Bab.

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  1. Is there other militant group that is not Turkey- supported ? Are they trying to repeat the Al-Bab manuever in Raqqa? Curiously, Turkish F-16s are not yet into ISIS support. It seems that Erdogan backs ISIS whenever the chance comes trough and Putin is engaged in other State affairs. Now, how Trump can explain his total commitment to elimminate ISIS and, in the meantime overlooks Turkish activities, another NATO partner? With just a Donald phone call the whole Middle East wars may come to an end. Perhaps, the one scribbling Trump’s agenda, doesn’t have enough time for a contradictory MSM script.

  2. So the previous report that Turkey was out of ammunition due to some type of effort by other states was innaccurate, and more likely an excuse for not firing on ISIS. Smoke and mirrors.

  3. The FNA maps are pretty useless at giving anyone any visual idea on what is going on. This is a link to a current map from a reputable mapmaker. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C5sLEDvWYAEt5ww.jpg

    It clearly shows that the route to Raqqa for the Turks is now either by bashing their way through the territory of the Syrian Arab Army or the SDF Kurds. It is unlikely that the latter would stop the SAA moving further north to cut the road to Manbib

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