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Kafr Shams and Umm al-Awsaj under army
The SAA captures Tel Harra
army enter Harra town
SAA liberate Tayhah
As long a Iran is out of the picture as it says
"More and more voices in the security system are saying that Assad even heralds a form of hope for the return of the old order and some kind of stability, along the lines of “Better the devil you know than the devil you don't.”
It's difficult to see Damascus ever openly shifting to even a neutral position regarding Israel given the number of times they have been hit by Israeli attacks over the last few years. About the only way we might see some kind of ceasefire is if Syrian air defense becomes strong enough to prevent them being hit at will. Of course Israel sees this as being tantamount to preparing to attack.
Prior to the civil war the border was fairly quiet (not 100% but far better than today). Lets hope we can return to that.
Not really. Most of the strikes in Syria were not against the SAA. They were dominantly against Hezbollah, Iran, and other Iranian militias. The SAA took little damage, and even the support Iran and Hezbollah provided them was not really hampered because Israel only attacked targets that were dangerous to it, not the rebel groups and terrorists.
Most of the strikes in Syria were not against the SAA. They were dominantly against Hezbollah, Iran, and other Iranian militias. The SAA took little damage
That's not remotely true. All the infrastructure, air defense systems, and a large portion of the victims were SAA and other Syrians. Only a in a handful of occasions was Israel able to strike solely at Iranian targets. Lots of these positions have presence of multiple forces.
Once Assad gets his country back he should rally his country and repatriate the tens of thousands of Syrians living under Israel occupation in the Golan.