Military Situation In Syria On June 12, 2019 (Map Update)


A brief overview of the recent developments in Syria:

Military Situation In Syria On June 12, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    Kill all those Uzbek rats

  • klove and light

    very bad News from SAA

    BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:35 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a powerful attack at the key mountaintop town of Kabani, yesterday, targeting the southern axis of this jihadist stronghold.
    At the start of the attack, the Syrian Arab Army was able to penetrate the defense lines of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham; however, this success would be short-lived as the latter would push the military back later in the day.

    According to a field report from the Latakia Governorate, the Syrian Arab Army was forced to retreat back to Height 1154 after suffering a number of casualties at the hands of the jihadist rebels.
    Since early May, the Syrian Arab Army has repeatedly attempted ( six times causing dozens of dead SAA)to crack the jihadist lines Kabani, but all of their attacks have been repulsed by the HTS and Turkestan Islamic Party militants.
    To the Syrian Army’s high command, Kabani is a strategic town that needs to be captured in order to secure the Latakia Governorate.
    In addition to securing Latakia, capturing Kabani will give the Syrian Army fire control over several areas en route to the jihadist stronghold of Jisr Al-Shughour.
    Jisr Al-Shughour is located along the imperative Latakia-Idlib Highway; it was seized by the jihadist rebels of Jaysh Al-Fateh in the Spring of 2015.

    • gustavo

      Shame of Syria military tactics.

      • Astrid Watanabe

        Don’t blame the Syrians. The country still exists only thanks to Russia, and because of that they are obliged to comply with their orders. And Russia apparently has an “agreement” with Turkey.
        This has become too depressing to watch.

  • Joe Doe

    Russia continue play the war games at the expense of Syria. Putin keep Syria on very short leash

    • Rhodium 10

      Thats because SAA are not a relieable army…like Iraqi army and all Arab armies!…in both cases SAA and Iraq army needed Shia militia and IRGC to defeat terrorist!…now without Hezbollah on ground..terrorist keep SAA away…sadly but its the true!..of course meanwhile Russian airstrike weakens the terrorist day by day…

      • R3mba

        they weaken my dick! Look at RU videos jihaDY scum is chilling while RUAF bomb the shit of buildings 300m away..They aren’t even scared..

        • Rhodium 10

          Really??..why terrorist lost Deir Ezzor, Palmyra Aleppo city, Dara, Damascus, Qualamoun,Homs…RUAF on air and Hezbollah on ground means= terrorist defeated!

          • R3mba

            No more Hezbollah.. I don’t know dude maybe all good fighters are dead, maybe Russian don’t advise them anymore.,And nobody know how much Russian spec. has taken part in those actions.. I’m pro Assad FYi

  • straw walker

    If the revolutionary army is able to push south and west towards Latakia they will be in range to launch their surface to surface missiles onto the Russian airbase..That would be the end game for Assad’s assassins

  • R3mba

    Only Idiots can lose war with air dominance..