Syrian Army fighting in Northern Aleppo

Location: Northern Aleppo countryside.
Releade date: 28 June 2016
Footage: Syrian Armed Forces.

While Syrian Armed forces are pushing their offensive in Aleppo province, the foreign sponsors of terror in Syria have launched a new terrorist organization called « The New Syrian Army » to topple the Syrian leadership.

This new mercenary army is intended to replace the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and the Nusra Front (NF), an offspring of Al-Qaeda 2.0 in the Levant.

The « New Syrian Army » is the last avatar of a myriad of the so-called « Moderate rebels » created, backed and supplied by Washington pro-Israeli hawks and their Western and Arab Allies.

Meanwhile, at the political level, Turkey is trying hard to mend its ties with Russia while signing a Treaty with Israel. Oddly enough, Ankara is secretly negotiating with Damascus through two alternate channels. Our sources told us that the Turks conveyed to their Syrian counterparts they are deeply disappointed by what they call lack of self-esteem and dignity of most European Union leaders and that even though they are adversaries, they share with the Syrians a lot of common values.

Thus, after blackmailing the EU and humiliating its leaders, brillanty using the so-called artificial refugees crisis to drain billions of dollars from Europe, President Reçep Tayyip Erdogan is shifting his alliances and strategy to face the new reality emerging from the ground in the Levant.


4 thoughts on “Syrian Army fighting in Northern Aleppo

  1. The New Syrian Army is in fact a British creation as announced back in November 2015 by the British defense ministry in quite an official fashion. Even the name « New Syrian Army » had already been given at that time.
    They were trained by British special forces in Jordan then armed and put under U.S. command. Lately some of them have been also receiving special paratrooper training.

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