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BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:00 P.M.) – Within minutes of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) lifting the siege on Deir Ezzor city, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad contacted three top Syrian commanders, all of whom played a major role in the victory, via phone.

According to reports, the Syrian president spoke with Rafiq Shahada (who is Deir Ezzor’s Chief of Security), Hasan Muhammad (commander of the 17th Reserve Division, whose men were the first to reach Syrian forces in Deir Ezzor) and Issam Zahreddine (the operational commander of all forces in Deir Ezzor).

In the phone conversation, President al-Assad congratulated the three commanders for the historic victory which they have now achieved.

Whilst commanders Rafiq Shahada and Issam Zahreddine fulfilled the mission of protecting Deir Ezzor and its residents from relentless attacks by besieging ISIS forces over the last three years, Hasan Muhammad, the commander of the 17th Reserve Division, led the vanguard Syrian Army units which officially lifted the siege on the city alongside the elite Tiger Forces.

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President Assad has again proved his dignified leadership of Syria during this most difficult of periods.
Three cheers for President Assad and all the loyal Syrians and allies who know the true value of freedom.

Igor
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Brave men, fighting to protect their families and their country, fighting Israeli and Cia proxy army.

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fuck assad

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@crusader: go fuck yourself asshole

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good,go cry a river bitch