Daraa: A Closer Look at the Jordanian Side of Nasib Border Crossing

Asem Saleh Published on 7 Jul 2018 Syrian Anchor Dima Nassif at Nasib Border crossing. Report contents: 1. Only five towns in eastern Daraa remained for full government control over the eastern side of the province. 2. Closer look at the Jordanian side. 3. Talk about Daraa civilians who fled the combat zones to Jordan….

US Occupation Forces Deploy Near Iraq’s Border with Syria, Jordan

TEHRAN (FNA)- Commander of al-Hashd al-Ashayeri (Iraqi volunteer tribal forces) said that the US ground troops have deployed in Southern direction of al-Rotbah in Anbar province near the border with Syria and Jordan. Hamid al-Shandoukh said that the US soldiers with a large number of vehicles have deployed in the desert region of Wadi al-Qazaf…

Syrian Army Prepares for Zero Hour on the Southern Front (Arabic | English)

Sputnik Arabic Original in Arabic (below) Translated to English via Google (poor but adequate) Guests: Russian journalist Andrei Ontkov from Moscow Major General Reza Ahmed Shreiki from Damascus There was a lot of news about the American crowds on the Syrian-Jordanian border and the possibility that Jordanian and US forces might enter Syrian territory to…

North Korea a Diversion for a US-Jordan Invasion of Syria

See: Syria: Watching the Jordanian Border By Mike Whitney “Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad said that his country has information that Jordan is planning to send its troops into southern Syria in cooperation with the United States….’Jordan is not an independent country. Whatever the United States wants, it will happen,’ said Assad.” — Middle East Monitor “In the…

Syria: Watching the Jordanian Border

By Tony Cartalucci While focus regarding the Syrian conflict has shifted almost exclusively to recent US cruise missile strikes, what the strikes are designed to lay the groundwork for holds much larger implications. Particular attention should be focused on US forces operating both within Syrian territory and along Syria’s borders. Normalizing the use of stand-off…

Saudi-Led Sectarian Alliance to Target Minorities as Terrorists

Sputnik – Middle East WASHINGTON, Leandra Bernstein — Saudi Arabia’s 34-nation anti-terror coalition is a sectarian formation that will likely target Islamic minorities, Organisation for Democracy and Freedom in Syria director Ribal al-Assad told Sputnik. “In a way, they are looking to create a sectarian alliance to fight whoever they perceive today as a threat,” Assad said on Tuesday of the Saudi-led anti-terror…

UN Syria, Jordan and Turkey Refugee Camp Satellite Photos

The following map and satellite photos depict refugee camps in Syria, Jordan and Turkey fleeing the ongoing conflict in Iraq and Syria.  It is estimated that over four million people have been displaced according to a U.N. report released in early July.  A ZIP archive (7.8 MB) containing all five documents is also available. Southern…

ISIS burns Jordanian pilot alive

03/02/2015 Beirut, SANA The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria terrorist organization (ISIS) said Tuesday it has burned alive the Jordanian captive, pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh in a video released the same day. The video shows a trail of lit gasoline leading to al-Kasasbeh’s cage, which engulfs him in flames. Al-Kasasbeh was captured by ISIS in…

Jordan confirms warplane crash in Raqqa, ISIS capture of the pilot

24/12/2014 Amman, SANA – An official source at the General Command of the Jordanian Armed Forces confirmed on Wednesday that one of its warplanes crashed near Raqqa city in northeastern Syria. The source, quoted by Jordan News Agency (Petra), said the pilot was captured and held captive by members of the Islamic State of Iraq…

Israel Joined by Turkey, S. Arabia, Qatar, Jordan in War on Syria

TEHRAN (FNA)- Syrian Prime Minister Wael al-Halqi said Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan have formed an alliance with Israel in war on Damascus, and adding that Syria will not accept the imposition of a no-fly zone. Speaking in an interview with Iran’s state-run TV on Monday, Halqi described Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Jordan’s…