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Syrian military moves closer to liberating occupied Idlib

Syrian military moves closer to liberating occupied Idlib

The Duran: Episode 734

Video footage of Russian attack on jihadist training camp in northwest Syria

Video footage of Russian attack on jihadist training camp in northwest Syria

BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:30 P.M.) – On Friday, the Russian Armed Forces carried out a devastating attack on the jihadist training camps in the northwestern region of Syria. In two videos released on Friday, the Russian Aerospace Forces can be seen bombarding the jihadist camps in the forests of rural Idlib.

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David Bowlas
David Bowlas
November 16, 2020

Go Russia. Get rid of the scum.

Sue Rarick
November 16, 2020

Look for a US troop buildup within a month if Biden gets sworn in.
It will be full tilt boogie neo-con heaven

Diana
Diana
Reply to  Sue Rarick
November 17, 2020

Except that he won’t get sworn in.

Sworn to Uphold....not sure what
Sworn to Uphold....not sure what
Reply to  Diana
November 17, 2020

He’s already managed to be sworn at. He’ll probably confuse the two before long anyway.

Cilcoffin
Cilcoffin
November 16, 2020

I suspect that the Alexes underrate Putin in his dealing with Erdogan. Softly softly catchee monkey is often the best strategy when dealing with a loose cannon like the Turkish President (excuse the mixed metaphors). Russia has a difficult game to play and is almost certainly trying to prise Erdogan away from NATO and the US. which wouldn’t be possible if there’s a direct confrontation in Syria. As for Azerbaijan/Armenia, it doesn’t seem to me a black and white issue – certainly not for Putin. His relations over recent recent with Azerbaijan have been much better than with the ruling… Read more »

As the World Turns
As the World Turns
Reply to  Cilcoffin
November 17, 2020

Putin’s a master tactician. It’s a tough game, even tougher still when forced to play it.

As the World Turns
As the World Turns
Reply to  As the World Turns
November 17, 2020

NG was a black hole of nothing but trouble and trip wires but he pulled it off, as best as could be done given the circumstances in any case. Compare and contrast with Georgia, where the US ‘honest broker’ goaded, or best case; failed to dissuade Saakashvili to embark on a military adventure destined for failure, just to earn a few neocon brownie points against Russia. Reminds me a lot of Zimmerman’s ’92 coaching of Izetbegovic to withdraw his signature from the Lisbon deal to nip the coming wars in the bud. Obviously, Washington had the further balkanization of the… Read more »

Brokenspine66
Brokenspine66
November 16, 2020

IMO Turkey try dispose parts of their Jihadi/Merc/Terrorist in Syria to Lybia and Caucasus to use them for what ever agenda, but also because they fear that those Jihadi/Merc/Terrorist would turn their ‘Attention’ to Turkey for payback because Erdogan abandon betrayed + screwed them and create a lot of quagmires inside Turkey it would damages Erdogans political standing for good.

Hope springs eternal
Hope springs eternal
November 17, 2020

Now that Turkey has chalked up a perceived win in Azerbaijan, maybe Erdogan’s ego will allow him to get his sorry ass out of Idlib?

As the World Turns
As the World Turns
Reply to  Hope springs eternal
November 17, 2020

Problem now is, if Turkey were to withdraw, ol’ war monkey jihaditarian Biden would swoop in to ‘save the children’ (from being detoxified/waterboarded by the White Helmets, no doubt).

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