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Footage From Today is a Fast Reminder that Syria is Still at War

Published March 3, 2022

Footage recorded in Aleppo today shows Syrian Rebels slamming a Syrian Arab Army position with an SPG-9 recoilless rifle. This is your reminder that there's more than one conflict happening.


We've been heavy on the Ukraine coverage for the last week, and rightfully so. It's a fresh conflict between two uniformed militaries on the European continent which has the potential to go nuclear should Russia choose to make that decision. That said, there's an entire other conflict that's been happening on-going for eleven years, and the footage above was recorded there just today.


Russia is also a key player in this conflict, they have been heavily supporting the Syrian Arab Army for the past few years, and I think it's going to be interesting to see how the situation plays out for the SAA now that they have less and less Russian support behind their troops on the ground. Before Russia initially got involved, the SAA was handily losing territory, and this video is evidence that the FSA is once again mounting regular attacks and attempting to put the SAA on the backfoot.


josh brooks

Published March 3, 2022

Footage recorded in Aleppo today shows Syrian Rebels slamming a Syrian Arab Army position with an SPG-9 recoilless rifle. This is your reminder that there's more than one conflict happening.


We've been heavy on the Ukraine coverage for the last week, and rightfully so. It's a fresh conflict between two uniformed militaries on the European continent which has the potential to go nuclear should Russia choose to make that decision. That said, there's an entire other conflict that's been happening on-going for eleven years, and the footage above was recorded there just today.


Russia is also a key player in this conflict, they have been heavily supporting the Syrian Arab Army for the past few years, and I think it's going to be interesting to see how the situation plays out for the SAA now that they have less and less Russian support behind their troops on the ground. Before Russia initially got involved, the SAA was handily losing territory, and this video is evidence that the FSA is once again mounting regular attacks and attempting to put the SAA on the backfoot.


josh brooks

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