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    Default Syrian army evacuates Deir ez Zor.

    Syrian regime evacuates Deir ez-Zor’s museum amid ISIS progress

    Deir ez-Zor, Syria – Syrian regime forces started evacuating the contents of the national museum of Deir ez-Zor, amid growing power of the Islamic State militants (IS/ISIS) in the province, locals reported Friday.

    “The pro-regime forces transferred the museum’s contents in the midnight to an unknown destination,” an eyewitness told ARA News on the condition of anonymity for security concerns. “Several vehicles were parked at the entrance of the museum, and security members were loading them with sculptures and antiques.”

    The source pointed out that evacuating the museum took place amid a power cut in the city’s neighborhoods.

    Speaking to ARA News in Deir ez-Zor, civil rights activist Saray al-Din said that the regime’s security members collected the entire contents of Deir ez-Zor museum, and took them with large vehicles to an unknown destination through Deir ez-Zor Airport.

    “This process is a prelude to the entire withdrawal of the regime forces from the city, similar to what happened in Palmyra,” he said.

    The source added that buildings of the Assad Hospital, the University of al-Furat, the University of al-Jazeera and the State Security Division in Deir ez-Zor have been completely evacuated.

    “Apparently, the regime is preparing to hand over the city of Deir ez-Zor to the terrorists of ISIS,” al-Din said, adding that families of the security officers have left the city days ago,” the source added.

    Pro-regime forces have also evacuated the Ayyash military warehouses in Deir ez-Zor last week.



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    This is really getting quite depressing now.

    The Syrian government is embarking on a total division of the country , giving up the entire north and east of the country to the neanderthals .

    What has become of the Arab world !!

    Jimmy, what is going on ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by broscoenRiad View Post
    This is really getting quite depressing now.

    The Syrian government is embarking on a total division of the country , giving up the entire north and east of the country to the neanderthals .

    What has become of the Arab world !!

    Jimmy, what is going on ?
    You do know that the Alawites are not even going to do Army service? the Army have caught ~1000 in the past weeks dissing their service duties. Their parents do not want them to go and get killed. You think this is a game? The regime is withdrawing from all these areas and trying to defend their bases especially in Latakia and Tartus and coastal areas from the Hordes. Enjoy!

    Syria is over. It will be divided by sectarian lines ie Iraq and forever be unstable. The regime purposely placed the opposition into a corner where people had to go with De3ech and their likes. You cannot keep on killing people and think that they won't become De3ech and the likes. For us Lebanese if they come to our country it will be their graveyard.
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    What's going on? It all started with Obama making a provisionary deal with Iran, and Iran messing in Yemen! The frustrated Saudis and their Gulf state subjects started to bark. So Obama gave them a green light to start the operation decisive storm in yemen and to arm the "neanderthal" as you call them in Syria.
    The Saudis were very open in their support of Jaish el Fateh (i.e. Al Nosra Front, i.e. Al Quaida in Syria!)
    The Iranians on the other hands and their hezbollah allies, and the Syrian regime forces are busy liberating the mountain top of Qalamoun!!!
    I don't know if it is a part of the American Iranian deal or not, but it seems that the regime is doing exactly what you said, ceding parts of Syria to Nusra, ISIS, and the Kurds.
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    The regime is over, everyone knows that. 4-5 years was a good run. Now everything will begin to crumble. HA are trying to take the border with Syria just so he can keep some supplies connected via the coast and these areas. The regime is done for and those in the M8 gang are worried. Good riddens! 5 years of bullshit if you ask me. They should have got rid of him sooner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lebanese1984 View Post
    The regime is over, everyone knows that. 4-5 years was a good run. Now everything will begin to crumble. HA are trying to take the border with Syria just so he can keep some supplies connected via the coast and these areas. The regime is done for and those in the M8 gang are worried. Good riddens! 5 years of bullshit if you ask me. They should have got rid of him sooner.
    You getting took excited . Relax yourself .
    The regime still controls the most important and strategic cities and roads and is still the vastly superior force on the ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ali_81 View Post
    What's going on? It all started with Obama making a provisionary deal with Iran, and Iran missing in Yemen! The frustrated Saudis and their Gulf state subjects started to bark. So Obama gave them a green light to start the operation decisive storm in yemen and to arm the "neanderthal" as you call them in Syria.
    The Saudis were very open in their support of Jaish el Fateh (i.e. Al Nosra Front, i.e. Al Quaida in Syria!)
    The Iranians on the other hands and their hezbollah allies, and the Syrian regime forces are busy liberating the mountain top of Qalamoun!!!
    I don't know if it is a part of the American Iranian deal or not, but it seems that the regime is doing exactly what you said, ceding parts of Syria to Nusra, ISIS, and the Kurds.

    There is definitely a strategic shift going on . This is more driven by practical considerations then a desire to give up parts of Syria .

    We have to wait a few weeks and months to truly understand what these recent changes mean in the medium to long term.
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    “Where is that moderate armed opposition…Is it in Raqqa or Deir Ezzor? Is it in Palmyra or Idleb or Jisr al-Shughour or Qalamoun?” - Syria UN ambassador Bashar Jaafari .


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    Quote Originally Posted by broscoenRiad View Post
    You getting took excited . Relax yourself .
    The regime still controls the most important and strategic cities and roads and is still the vastly superior force on the ground.
    Really?

    Iran militia: 50,000 troops needed to save Assad The mission of the Iranian soldiers would be to ensure Syria’s coastal region is not cut off from Damascus.






    BEIRUT – An influential Iranian militant group thought to be close to the country’s rulers has called for tens of thousands of infantrymen to be sent to Syria, according to a report by Saudi-owned news channel Al-Arabiya.

    “Iran must send 50,000 soldiers from the infantry force to Syria to manage the war there and prevent the fall of the Assad regime, which has begun to collapse recently,” Al-Arabiya reported, citing a study on Iran’s management of the war in Syria conducted by Ansar e-Hezbollah.

    According to the cited study, the mission of the 50,000 soldiers would be to ensure Syria’s coastal region is not cut off from Damascus.

    “Iran must preserve the vital corridor [connecting] Damascus to Latakia, Tartous and the Lebanese border.”

    “[Any] delay by Iran in [implementing] this pre-emptive action will cause the fall of Damascus airport, which in turn [means] the severing of the essential communication and supply line Iran [uses] to assist the Syrian regime.”

    Ansar e-Hezbollah, which was formally created in 1992, serves as a plain-clothed attack guard used by the Iranian government to target opponents of the clerical ruling system.

    Although not an official part of Iran’s security services, the paramilitary group receives state training and is thought to be close to top circles of the country’s authorities.

    Ansar e-Hezbollah’s study comes as the Syrian government has faced serious military setbacks, losing the Idlib province last week following months of sweeping rebel advances, as well as the desert town of Palmyra, which was stormed by ISIS on May 20.

    Reports have emerged that the regime is moving toward considering a change in strategy to withdraw its forces to protect core government-held areas stretching from Syria’s coast through Homs down to Damascus.

    The new policy would serve as a reversal of Assad’s strategy of deploying the army in all areas of Syria, including in bases and other surrounded regime-controlled areas in the east and north of the country, where ISIS now controls 50% of Syria’s territory.

    Reports emerged last week that the Syrian regime has been preparing a military evacuation from Deir Ezzor after ISIS’ victory in Palmyra cut ground routes to the besieged city.

    On May 24, AFP quoted the head of Al-Watan, a leading pro-regime paper, as saying that “it is quite understandable that the Syrian army should withdraw to protect large cities where much of the population is located.”

    Meanwhile, an unnamed government figure told the agency that “the division of Syria is inevitable. The regime wants to control the coast, the two central cities of Hama and Homs, and the capital Damascus.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by broscoenRiad View Post
    You getting took excited . Relax yourself .
    The regime still controls the most important and strategic cities and roads and is still the vastly superior force on the ground.
    The regime is over. Get over it. The war is not over and it will never be. Syria will be another Iraq where shia and other clowns bleed for a long time. This is exactly what the US and Israel wanted.

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