BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:15 P.M.) – The Syrian Minister of Defense, General ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayoub, reportedly traveled to northwest Syria, today, on behalf of President Bashar Al-Assad.

According to a military communique, General Ayoub toured the front-lines in the Hama and Idlib governorates, while also meeting with the commanders in the provinces.

No further details were released.

General Ayoub often makes these visits prior to the Syrian Arab Army’s scheduled offensives.

 

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syria will be freed from zio terrorists and illegal occupiers very soon – syrian people power is a must to stabilise her in the long run

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Ah, Erdogan is a zio? Doesn’t he actively supports Hamastan together with Khamenei? Turkish army is mostly on par with Tsahal and Turks’ use is not exchanging territory they conquered for peace, unlike Israelis… They illegally occupy Cyprus for more than 40 years and Thrace+Greek capital city Constantinople for more than 580 years… Once they receive S-400, they’ll be able to shoot down the whole SyAAF and part of Russian aircraft too… May not be so easy… And do not expect Russians starting WW3 by attacking the Yankees… You have totally unrealistic strategic ideas. Syria will have to compose with… Read more »

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Go SAA and Russian Air Force. You can always negotiate with the Kurds/SDF/YPG about west of the Euphrates later but if you don’t secure Idlib then Syria cannot be secure and neither the Russian air base at Khmeimim.
When the SAA attempts to recover Idlib, the Kurds should take the opportunity to attack the Turks and their allies in Afrin/Aleppo. both the Syrian government and the Kurds have this one chance to end Turkish occupation in Syria as the Turkish economy is weak. Kicking Turkey out of Syria would mean the end of Erdogan’s reign in Turkey itself