What Did the Trump Administration Just Do in Syria?

IMG_0331.JPGThe apparent U.S. strikes against forces backing Bashar al-Assad on Thursday could mark a major shift in the Trump administration’s approach to Syria. Coalition jets reportedly hit Syrian forces and their allies in al-Tanf, near the border with Jordan and Iraq. According to CBS News, the strike was a response to pro-regime vehicles that had moved into the de-confliction zone established around the military base in al-Tanf. Then, on Thursday, Fars, an Iranian news agency affiliated with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, reported that 3,000 Hezbollah fighters had been sent to Tanf to back the Syrian military in its fight against the United States “and establish security at the Palmyra-Baghdad road.”……Read More

The U.S. Strike in Syria: U.S. aircraft reportedly targeted a Syrian military convoy near the border with Iraq and Jordan.

Hezbollah Mobilizes Fighters For Offensive Against Syrian Rebels

Hezbollah Mobilizes Fighters For Offensive Against Syrian Rebels – sputnilknews.com

1019865748Lebanese Shiite political party and militant group Hezbollah mobilized hundreds of its fighters in Syria over the past days, Mustaqbal newspaper reported Sunday.
According to the Lebanese daily, the dispatch of Hezbollah fighters to Syria had already begun. Witnesses are fearful that the violent clashes between Hezbollah and the Islamic State (ISIL) jihadists along the Syrian-Lebanese border may erupt as the weather improves, according to Mustaqbal. Read Full Article