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Monday, June 12, 2017

ISIS update 6/12/2017...Heavy clashes between ISIS and SDF in Raqqa

SDF forces capture the second front in western Raqqa

Despite retaking the Division 17 Army Base, and Sugar factory, Isis seems to be on its way to a crushing defeat inside its own capital as the U.S-Backed Syrian Democratic Forces, stormed Two new suburbs... With three Districts (The S.D.F imposed full control over the Romaniah suburb in Northwest Raqqah, and liberated Mashalab and Sabahiya Districts in West Raqqah) already under Kurdish control, the Syrian Democratic Forces managed to enter and capture most of the industrial Al-Sinaa suburb in East Raqqah, and the Hattin suburb in West Raqqah... At least 23 Isis-Terrorists have been neutralized in the most recent clashes, while the S.D.F death toll was unknown until now... Nevertheless, around 90% of Raqqah city remains under Isis-control for now...             

heavy clashes between ISIS & SDF in east & west Raqqa today

heavy clashes with Daesh in al-Sinaa district, East Raqqa City

YPG found ISIS tunnel from neighborhood of al-Mashalab in Raqqa

Displacement, abuse, pain on women from Raqqa by ISIS

YPG Records ISIS Radio Station Speaking in North American English

Palmyra: continues SAA+VKS offensive on the northeast direction | 11/12.06.2017

Russian choppers propel the Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah in Eastern countryside of Palmyra... The Syrian Army alongside Hezbollah and Popular Mobilization Units, resumed their offensive in the Eastern countryside of Palmyra, striking the so-called Islamic State positions near the Key Town of Arak... Backed by the Russian Mi -24 choppers the Syrian Army and their Allies stormed the Isis positions around the Mustadirah Mountains, located Northwestern of the Arak GAS-fields... The Syrian Army and their Allies, managed to capture more points around the Mustadirah Mountains, putting them less than 4 k.m² away from Arak Gates... The Syrian Army's high command hopping to capture Arak by the end of the week, as they begin to shift their attention to the large Town of Sukhnah near the Deir ez zor Governorate's provincial border... The Syrian Ministry of Defence released video footage, showing their Armed forces advancing against the Isis-Terrorists in the Eastern countryside of Palmyra... In the video, the Syrian Arab Army can been targeting the Isis positions around the key Town of Arak, which is located along the main highway to Deir ez zor... The operation is still ongoing, with the Syrian Arab Army quickly pushing Southwest towards the GAS-fields adjacent to the Town...

Syrian War Report – June 12, 2017: Army Reaches Border With Iraq, Strategic Implications

Reporter tours for the first time in years,the Syrian-Iraqi border outposts and shows Syrian Arab Army and its Allies, vehicles including Artillery, Battle-Tanks T-90, to counter US Proxies/forces in Southeastern Homs... The Syrian Army, Hezbollah and Allied Iraqi paramilitary drove through over 40 k.m² of abandoned Desert territory and managed to link up with an Iraqi garrison across the border... Effectively, the Syrian Army in is now able to reopen trade between Damascus and Baghdad... Government forces have not controlled any parts of the largely Isis-controlled with Iraq since 2014... in addition Hezbollah is now able to be supplied with weapons from Tehran via an all-important land route... Previously, the Lebanese group relied on complicated airlifts for new armaments...

Prominent Iranian general makes surprise visit to Iraqi-Syrian border

The prominent Iranian commander of the Al-Quds Force, Major General Qassem Suleimani, made a surprise visit to the Iraqi-Syrian border this week to meet with military personnel from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA), Popular Mobilization Units (Hashd Al-Sha’abi), Liwaa Fatemiyoun, and Hezbollah.

General Suleimani’s visit to the Syrian government-held crossing in southeast Homs marks the first time the Al-Quds commander has crossed into Syria from Iraq’s Al-Anbar Governorate.

Unlike the Iraqi Army, the pro-government Popular Mobilization Units (Iraqi paramilitary) are heavily influenced by Iran’s military; this is one of the reasons why General Suleimani is often pictured with them in Iraq.

Footage of Iraqi Resistance factions in Iraq and Syria, meet on the border celebrating the lifting of flags of the two countries...

Jordanian Army shoots dead five US-backed rebels who tried to evade the Syrian Army

In a rare development, the Jordanian Army and Syrian rebels operating under the Free Syrian Army (FSA) banner came in direct conflict with one another over the weekend on the desert border between Jordan and Syria.

According to a Jordanian military source, five FSA members were killed while trying to enter Jordan from southern Syria without authorization. Two pickup trucks and two motorcycles were also immobilized in brief clashes that pushed a FSA convoy back into Homs. The two parties are otherwise considered long-standies allies.

The FSA militants in mention were reportedly at odds with a US garrison deployed at the Al-Tanf border crossing and did not wish to stay present in the region with the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) advancing ever closer by the day.

Iraqi Army Squeezes ISIS Remnants from All Directions

Iraqi forces retake more ground in west Mosul district

Residents Flee Fighting In Western Mosul

Rocket artillery used by Iraq's paramilitary federal police during the battle for Mosul

Down to the river for youths from Iraq's embattled Mosul

Iran: Kurdistan referendum against Iraq’s territorial integrity


Homs: Syrian Army, Russian Marines, Hezbollah Advancing toward Vital Town near Palmyra

ISIL in Trouble in Eastern Hama as Syrian, Russian Bombers Hit Group's Route to Strategic Town

Saudi Commander of Terrorists Killed by Unknown Gunmen in Western Damascus

Syrian Soldiers Inch Closer to Terrorist-Held Energy-Rich Field in Homs

Fatemiyoun Brigade Forces Deployed at Syrian-Iraqi Borders

Syrian Army Reinforcements Pour into Hama as Anti-Terrorism Mission Intensifies

Syrian Army Fortifies Positions at Border with Iraq, Intensifies Anti-Terrorism Operation in Homs

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