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BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:50 P.M.) – Several units from the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) elite Tiger Forces have departed from the Deir Ezzor Governorate, today, following the liberation of Albukamal near the Iraqi border.

According to a military source, a number of contingents from the Tiger Forces have been redeployed to the northeastern countryside of the Hama Governorate.

These chosen units from the Tiger Forces will partake in the upcoming Idlib offensive, where they will lead the charge to retake the strategic Abu Dhuhour Military Airport.

Among the Tiger Forces’ contingents that were redeployed was the prominent Taha Group; they are one of the largest and most experiened units within this special forces division.

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If all goes to plan, this is good news, very good news.

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What’s the rush ? Why not first take as much territory in Deir ez-Zor. It looks like there is a deal with the US (South of Euphrates for Damas, North of Euphrates and its oil to the US vassals and surrogates.)

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In conditions of lack of infantry. Spray resources on the oil field does not make sense. Because who will control the border and routes, the cities of Abu kamal, Dair ezor, Mejadin, will control all traffic, including any transport resources. If the Kurds want more than they can bite, no one will allow them to sell oil. Neither Syria, nor Turkey from the north, nor Iran, and even more so Russia. And their masters(Usa) are not interested in independent Kurdistan. The referendum in Iraq showed everything, they were fucked and Barzani just bought. When the question of postwar Syria will… Read more »