Feel free to report me.sepheronx wrote:Monarchist wrote:There are villages in Tartous and in Latakia without any alawite men left. SAA are taking high casualites, while deserters come to Europe to rape and pillage. They are losing the demographic war that's why they are retreating from cities without a fight.sepheronx wrote:Before I request to have you banned for trolling, care to share links of hundreds dead trying to acquire villages? So you would rather that the stretched thin soldiers die rather than fight another day when more prepared?Monarchist wrote:This war is definitely lost. It's over. SAA can't take small villages without hundred of casualties. Wahabists take cities without a fight. It's hard to say but this war is unwinnable.Cyberspec wrote:SAA pulls out of the town of Morek...which was only captured a week ago
It's official: just spoke to a journalist with the 87th Brigade in Morek - the SAA withdrew from the city.
Since Russia started it's campaign Syria has lost bigger cities like Morek, Mhardeh and only taken villages.
You are pitiful.
I will ask 1 more time before I report you: I want links to the last comment. And no, that isn't why they are retreating from a surrounded position.
Besides leaving a town, they have gained a lot of areas and also took a major highway. That is success. You cannot win everything and sometimes it is best to pull and and strike.
They needed months to capture Morek they lost it within a couple of hours. Hundreds of casulties to capture it and lost it without a fight. Simple as that. Just like Idlib, Palmyra, Jisr-Shogour. etc.