The Syrian regime is pushing military reinforcements along the Jordanian border

Eldorar Alshamia Editor | 15 May, 2017
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ElDorar AlShamia:

The Syrian regime has paid huge military reinforcements consisting of its troops and Iranian-backed militias to the Syrian-Jordanian border, especially in the areas south of the city of Suweida, in the wake of the Western and Arab reports about crowds of the Jordanian army on the borderline.

The sources said that the crowds arrived in batches of eight tank trailers

 containing tanks and heavy armor vehicles, in addition to the transport vehicles of the "Zil" stabilized in the areas of "Mughir, Ala'anat and Khirbat Awad" south of the city of Suweida.

Other sources reported that Hezbollah also sent 12 military military groups ,infantry and artillery units to the Badia region, especially the “Sabe Biar” region, aims to secure the "Damascus-Baghdad" road in order to capture the areas that IS organization began to withdraw from and the real aim as sources mentioned that to cutt off road to the US and Jordanian-backed Free Army factions wishing to reach Deir al-Zour.

The National Defense Forces, which are located near Suweida led by "Rashid Saloum", also pushed military reinforcements to southern Suweida and were stationed near the Jordanian border, field sources confirmed.

It is noteworthy that the Syrian regime had warned of the Jordanian military action in southern Syria without coordination with, saying that any force will approach the Syrian territory will be considered as "enemy forces," ruling out at the same time the occurrence of any military clash.

On the other hand, the Jordanian regime responded to the statements of the Syrian regime that the Jordanian army has no desire to enter Syria, stressing at the same time that it would not accept the existence of any "extremist" groups in reference to IS group and foreign militias in reference to " Iran "on the northern border of Jordan.


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