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Surveillance Drone Footage Suggests U.S., Jordan May be Preparing to Invade Syria

Observers believe that foreign convoys are getting into position to launch an incursion that would assist allied FSA proxies based around the Al-Tanf border crossing.

Just this year, FSA affiliated forces have entered Sweida and Deir Ezzor. They’ve also come dangerously close to Palmyra and Damascus, areas under Syrian Arab Army (SAA) control.

As a result, the SAA has become more active in pushing back against the incursions in a bid to retake or safeguard territory from the rebel forces.

In response to the looming invasion, the SAA has begun a large-scale offensive along the Damascus-Baghdad highway in a bid to dislodge FSA rebels from the Al-Tanf border crossing and link up with friendly Iraqi border guards.”

Drone surveillance photos appear to validate previous reports by an Al-Masdar News military source that suggest a major buildup of Jordanian and U.S. forces at the Syrian border.

UPDATE: The military base is located east of Az-Zarqa, 43 km away from the Syrian border. The tanks are supposedly Jordanian M60 types.”

Any invasion of this magnitude would represent a significant increase in U.S. and Jordanian involvement in the Syrian conflict, one that could require authorization from the U.S. Congress.

Source: Al-Masdar News

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