While we are at it, your editing is cute as well. Arent u able to write it on the first time?
Your prophesying of DeZ collapse began already in January.
YPG offensive started in mid February.
Quite a big window of time, in which ISIS´s only concern in the area was SAA in DeZ.
YPG offensive was succesful, because DeZ made quite a lot of ISIS forces busy. YPG succesful offensive goes hand in hand with SAA succesful defense.
Is that your big victory in proving me wrong? Let us go over your posts and the ones you deleted. Tally them up and see what we get..
Because you know you're totally not Russian...
Maybe the deleted ones would still be here, if u wouldnt cry so much to the mods. Who knows.
btw, Did u already check the curtains?
So there will be SAA people for the cameras this time. That's nice. The SAA Tigers are at 300 and the marines can at best add as many there. I am being optimistic here. The assault will run out of steam again.
It is very much debatable to what extent 300 people from Latakia can push the needle in Latakia and in Palmyra. Especially when you factor in how much of the heavy equipment was controled and directed by them and that even when that was factored in the ratio of the losses was not that stellar for the SAA.
U forgot to note the difference between terain of Latakia and Palmyra. Latakia was suited for defense, so of course they had quite a losses.