Map of Qalamoun Offensive Updated

New map of the Qalamoun offensive. The map depicts the SAA gains today. As you can see, victory is near. The strategy appears to be the SAA attacking Zabadani and Hawash al-Arab in the east, while Hezbollah pushes from the west and flanks Hawash al-Arab from the west.

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hussein
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salutations and many thanks ya fadi for the map.

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So they cleared the western part of Qalamoun to (the western country side of Al-Jubbah). That is impressive. Is it true that there main arm depots are in Hosh al Arab? And do you expect the SAA to go all the way (towards Zabadani)? Thnx for this map. Was really loning for this one. Maby even more then the one in Aleppo.

Am i a very naughty boy if i ask for a map for the Morek area?

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Conratuglations to the SAA and the REAL Mujahideen of Hezbollah!!

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Smash those rat bastards lads. Show them no mercy, give them no quarter. Send them all to Hell.

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It’s about 5 years overdue, but better late than never to seal the damned borders … now make at least the Lebanese one a belt 1km wide salted with ~10 million anti-personnel mines, FFS!

It has always amazed me how SAA never bothered to do its actual job in the first place, i.e. prevent infiltration, which would have prevented this stupid bloody proxy war completely. That’s no ordinary incompetence, but criminal negligence due to professional cretinism.

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Was suprised to see Jab’abin freed on the map, thought SAA has freed 3 towns/villages in one day and it seems they were 4 towns/villages at the end. This last Qalamoun battle phase is moving at light speed. Last mile now SAA, keep it up!

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no way to escape, hope a lot rats bite the dust when the flee through hezbollah hold territory

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As for border problems i would suggest to set up checkpoints on strategic hills that overlook flat / valley sections. And probably intensify drone surveillance. That goes for atleast northern Libanon and also for Turkey and Jordan once when border areas are taken there too. I know in Qualamoun case it’s a very difficult mountain terrain but rats still claim to be getting goods / reinforcements via routes from Aarsal town. Since those are probably going to either Homs or Reef Damascus area it would be vital to cut them as much as possible. And thanks for map, it got… Read more »

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Hmmm, another thing. Might the rebels from Yabroud and other cities be the one that fly to Turkey to fight at Latakia (or are reinforcements for the Aleppo front). As i read wiki (no strong source i know) there were around 25k rebels. Not all have been defeated and are ‘somewhere’. It might have been a good solution for Lebanon (less fanatics on there ground) and Turkey (a new strong front – from there point of view). How does Syper or the SAA think about this?

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ALMOST THERE!!!!

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Now we’re talking.
Actual progress =D

Kjel
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Assal al Ward is captured by the SAA (SANA).

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The first step of the rebels retreating back, but soon the battle ahead will be arduous, SAA should prepare for the set point , in the end go with caution