A reliable source of information inside Syria, and which opposes the Assad rule, wrote-up an article saying that the IRGC has now total control over Aleppo International Airport. The website claims it is using it as a military port for distribution of weapons. If true, where will the predictable next
Fuel shortages cripple Damascus is what Asharq al-Awsat, a Saudi newspaper beholden to the MbS regime, wrote to describe the effectiveness of U.S. sanctions levied against the Assad regime. The article demonstrates how wrong it is for pundits and analysts to claim that Assad has won the war. Asharq al-Awsat
Israel attacks missile factory in Hama near the city of Masyaf by firing rockets while in Lebanese airspace. The attack took place early Saturday morning as Israeli jets thundered low through the skies of Lebanon. According to the Syrian opposition, one of the targets was a factory “producing high-precision rockets
In a scathing article in Asharq al-Awsat, a Saudi daily, Ibrahim Hamidi writes that Assad angered Russia over favoring Iran when he granted the Islamic Republic the rights to manage a Latakia port facility near a Russian facility in Tartous. Hamidi writes: Russia has expressed its anger over Damascus’ granting
Michael Peck of the National Interest wrote an article in which the Assad regime threatens Israel using its recently acquired expertise in tunnel warfare. The article quotes directly a Syrian General making these threats. Brigadier-General Lu’ayy Shehadeh told Hezbollah TV network Al-Manar: I can tell you that as experts on
A Washington Post article by Liz Sly entitled “Assad loyalists are turning on Syria’s government as living standards deteriorate” details how Assad supporters feeling the pinch of their war. It was a war, after all, that Assad could have avoided. Had the criminal man behind it agreed to power sharing.