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      In order to follow the situation more closely, this zoom-able map will be sticky here in this thread and updated as often as possible.

      You can zoom on the lebanese borders and check out the situation there.




      Map updated: 9 Nov 2014

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      Quote Originally Posted by Hameed View Post
      and how are you going to do that ?!
      Bandar said so!

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      Idlib: The Syrian Army Enters Khan Sheikhoun
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      The Syrian Arab Armys 11th Tank Division has announced the capture of Camp Khazanat (Reservoir Camp) after weeks of heavy firefights with Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham (Falcons of the Levant Brigades) north of the city of Morek. According to a military source, Liwaa Suqour Al-Sham suffered heavy casualties during the battle; this forced them to retreat north to the city of Khan Sheikhoun. Camp Khazanat is located southeast of the strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun in the Idlib Governorate.

      As a result of the capture of Camp Khazanat, the 11th Tank Division has officially entered southern Khan Sheikhoun; this comes 6 months after the SAA withdrew south from the city. The recent success in northern Hama has paved the way for the 11th Tank Division to continue their offensive into southern Idlib, while rebel forces continue to wage war against one another inside the province.

      Khan Sheikhoun is imperative to the Syrian Arab Armys Central Command due to its proximity to the vital supply route on the M-5 Highway. If captured, the SAA will have access to one of Syrias largest highways that links Damascus to the northern Syria via the provinces of Homs and Hama. The control of another major highway in Syria is critical to the Central Command because it also gives the SAA safe passage from the southern and northern fronts.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Jo View Post
      ISIS Training kids



      Could the LAF fight these kids soon ?
      Anything less than a boot on the neck of saudi related wahabism is a crime against humanity. Those people deserve to breath oxygen as long as a boot is well entrenched on their necks. The boot can be Iranian, American, Assadi.,..as long as it is a boot...that's the only language those people understand.

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      Yesterday the Syrian Air Force unleashed hell on al raqqa , more than 100 da3eshee and their supporters were killed.

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      Quote Originally Posted by J_Raad1450 View Post
      Aleppo is not big deal. Over 2 million (mostly sunnis) live in Aleppo. It is not a big deal at all. Bandar said so. Ignorance and hubris have no limits. The only language you understand is the boot on your neck. Anything less is a crime.
      the reason why it's not a big deal is because every single person in this city, from east to west, is against the regime. it has already been "won" because we saw that without thousands of soldiers, hundreds of tanks, and dozens of airplanes, the regime cannot hold one neighborhood in aleppo. it is occupying the city, just like it is occupying homs and hama. did you forget that this is guerrilla warfare? the rebels do not have to hold a single city or town and still pose a permanent threat to the regime. and the offensive in dar3a shows us that the regime is getting nowhere and it cannot stop anything and it is not in control. it's game over for ba'ath, whether it's today or next year or next decade.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bandar View Post
      the reason why it's not a big deal is because every single person in this city, from east to west, is against the regime. it has already been "won" because we saw that without thousands of soldiers, hundreds of tanks, and dozens of airplanes, the regime cannot hold one neighborhood in aleppo. it is occupying the city, just like it is occupying homs and hama. did you forget that this is guerrilla warfare? the rebels do not have to hold a single city or town and still pose a permanent threat to the regime. and the offensive in dar3a shows us that the regime is getting nowhere and it cannot stop anything and it is not in control. it's game over for ba'ath, whether it's today or next year or next decade.
      So why are the FSA are not in charge in Aleppo (over 2 million inhabitants)? Oh! Hold on a second. There is no such thing as FSA! It is Nusra (qaeda) and Dae3esh. Cheer.....for them wahabi. Game over for Ba'aath? say what? when? After 4 years?

      have you had the chance to drink some alamaza with your girlfriend on the beach without HA intervention? It is easier to just call you stupid.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Shoushou View Post
      REBELS? Lol, That's a huge upgrading for this kind fanatic Salafis. These are nothing but a bunch mentaly sick savages.
      Aleppo was such a peaceful place before the savages accupied it with the help of the sick man in occupied constantinople
      these "fanatics" are the people of aleppo who are 100% with the revolution, and you are spreading ba'athi lies by implying anything else.

      Quote Originally Posted by Hameed View Post
      and how are you going to do that ?!
      it's simple. a saudi/qatari sends a check to turkey, turkey sets up the plans with jordan, and tomorrow those 50,000 fighters are out of aleppo and in dar3a. true arab cooperation and arab nationalism.


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