Well, like I predicted Syria is now going critical mass. I have confirmed reports of pro Assad Junior forces have now directly attacked US and US Proxy forces with mortar fire. The US is also significantly beefing up its forces near Manjbi.
The link is here.
The U.S. Coalition has not commented on this Anadolu report. https://www.almasdarnews.com/arti
US sends reinforcements to Manbij ahead of Turkish invasion: report
BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:55 P.M.) – The U.S. Coalition sent reinforcements to the northern Aleppo district of Manbij, the Turkish state-owned Anadolu Agency reported on Sunday.
Citing “trustworthy local sources,” the Anadolu Agency claimed that the U.S. military sent at least 300 soldiers to Manbij in a convoy comprised of several armored vehicles and construction machines.
The Anadolu report added that the U.S. troops were deployed near the Sajur River and village of Zub’ul Bayn in western Manbij.
Next here is the link for the attack on the US.
Here is another link.
Last October, the coalition drove Daesh out of Raqqa that had been previously served as the de facto capital of the terrorist group’s self-declared caliphate. According to the United Nations, the humanitarian situation in the city is disastrous and the infrastructure is completely destroyed.https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/2…URL_shortening
Raqqa’s Militia Attacks US Coalition Base in Northern Syria
DAMASCUS (Sputnik) – The militia of the Syrian city of Raqqa fired mortars on the US-led coalition base in the town of Ayn Issa, the press service of the movement said on Monday. NOTE: THE FORCES DOING THE ATTACKING ARE PRO ASSAD JUNIOR PROXY FORCES.
“Following the intelligence activities, the militia of Raqqa waged a special operation targeting the US Staff located at the former base of the 93rd Brigade in the district of Ayn Issa, 43 miles north of Raqqa. Several mortar shells were fired on individual targets without any casualties on our side,” the statement said.
The militia noted that they do not tolerate “the occupational forces” of the United States, Turkey, and their allies in northern Syria. On March 25, the indigenous Arab population launched an uprising against armed groups supported by the United States in the town of Al-Mansura in the suburbs of Syria’s Raqqa, opposing a forced mobilization conducted by the Syrian Democratic Forces and local self-governing bodies appointed by the United States.The uprising came as result of a 4-year-long military campaign, carried out by the United States and its allies against Daesh* in Syria, without the approval of neither the Syrian official government, nor the United Nations.
HERE IS A LINK INDICATING THE SYRIAN ARMY IS MOVING TO RESTORE ALL PRE 2011 CIVIL WAR BOUNDARIES, INCLUDING SOUTHERN SYRIA.
Syrian army plans to take Al-Quneitra province in country’s southwest
http://www.panarmenian.net/eng/news/253747/ (fair use)
April 2, 2018 – 14:06 AMT
PanARMENIAN.Net – With their military operations in the East Ghouta coming to an end, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has been mobilizing their troops in the country’s south for what is expected to be their next major offensive, Al-Masdar News reports.
Units from the Syrian Arab Army’s 5th, 7th, and 9th divisions have already been redeployed to the southern provinces of Dara’a and Al-Quneitra; however, several more troops are expected to head to these governorates in the coming days.
According to a military source in Damascus, the Syrian army’s first target in southern Syria will be the Al-Quneitra Governorate.
The Syrian army is already in control of the northern part of Al-Quneitra, but the remaining towns to the south, including the provincial capital, “remain in possession of the jihadist rebels.”
To capture Al-Quneitra, the Syrian army may find themselves in a tough situation, as the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) will be within artillery range of their units.
The IDF has targeted the Syrian army on several occasions in the past, but the military support to the Islamist rebels has only been limited in Al-Quneitra.
The offensive in the country’s south by the Syrian Arab Army is expected to commence in early May.