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Video from Liwa Shuhada Hasakah showing clashes in Tadif
FSA Third Legion now reporting heavy clashes near Tadif
From Mosul to Moria: 'A US air strike killed all of my family'
blocked by SAA
Rule 2. Since when pro-Iranian militias like Quwat al-Ridha or Nujaba are part of Syrian Armed Forces/SAA?
Rule 2. Edit out intentionally sectarian stuff that'll encourage shit slinging, which is becoming too prevalent as it is.
Those militias are part of the Syrian Government military apparatus. You're splitting hairs over a non issue. The forces are there to guard the busses
I'll say it again - there is no need to threaten this people with guns/rpgs. First of all, they should stick to the agreement and let the convoy reach its destiantion without stopping it.
Forgot they shot up a bus driver as they were being evacuated? People are reasonably antsy, we don’t know why they were stopped, I’m sure it’ll be resolved.
Considering the guys who did it, it was probably petty revenge for stopping and threatening the Fuah/Kafraya convoy a couple of days ago.
I'll say it again - there is no need to threaten this people with guns/rpgs
They executed a civilian yesterday, and members of the convoy are heavily armed.
Once you shot a bus driver for no fault of his own, you lose the right to complain about "sticking to an agreement". And we have no idea why the convoy was stopped.
By far the most preserved lie in this conflict.
Aye,it has been repulsing to hear those two words since 2014.
Then why are government supporters the ones constantly throwing the "moderate" lable around? The moderate factions in Daraa were the first ones to surrender and some FSA groups even defected to act as government militias. The rebels evacuated from Daraa to Idlib were mostly HTS fighters and family members. HTS have never been considered moderate and you guys should know this even if you are new to the sub. However, even after tens of thousands have been transfered to Idlib only a few incidents have occurred.
You are correct in this regard. Its kinda unwarranted in this context.