According to the Pentagon, it isn't necessary to tarnish Syrian President, Bashar Assad, for the U.S.-led coalition's large-scale invasion to Syria. It is enough to make ISIS cross the Jordanian border. Such a scenario was discussed by Assad at the end of April this year.
This time Washington decided to rely on the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA), that began an offensive against ISIS in Syria's Daraa, located about 13 kilometers north of the border with Jordan, on May 9, 2017. Apparently, according to the coalition command, the FSA will force the Islamists to leave their positions and cross the Jordanian border.
In its turn, this could be an ideal pretext for the coalition's immediate 'defense' of its ally. So, according to our sources, more than 400 units of military equipment and more than 4,000 soldiers have already been deployed along the border between Syria and Jordan. This fact indicates the ongoing preparation for the operation.
In addition, Washington's intentions are also confirmed by annual military exercises known as Eager Lion that took place in Jordan, on May 7. According to Al-Jazeera, 20 countries, including the USA and Jordan, participated in the exercises. It should be mentioned that the organizers paid special attention to maneuvers which include border security, cyber-defense, and "command and control" exercises to bolster coordination in response to threats including "terrorism".
If the US-led international coalition's command manages to realize its plan, the number of the U.S. contingent in Syria will highly increase.
Under the pretext of fighting terrorism, this will allow the international coalition to continue to violate justice and spread chaos across Syria in the future. Official Damascus simply can't stand aside and must prevent the realization of the White House's aggressive plans.
[Written by Anna Jaunger]
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