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Syria: On the ground

Published on 13 February 2013, by M. Tomazy.
The Syrian Army versus the Syrian rebels
The New Strategy for the Syrian regime and the rebels has become clear for close observers; The pro-NATO Fascistoislamists try to scatter the Syrian Army through the Syrian Countryside as wide as they can in order to weaken the coherent and heavily armed Syrian forces, nevertheless, the Syrian regime is cautious toward this plan, and so the Syrian Army depends on specific Airstrikes and limited military Clashes regarding to intelligence information.

The Battle of Damascus
Pro-NATO Fascistoislamists have tried to control the Capital for several times but none of them was succeeded.
They are launching their operations mainly from the Southern and Eastern Countryside of Damascus as well as some neighborhoods such as Al-Meedan, Al-Qadam and Al-Hajar Al-Aswad, the closer neighborhoods to both al-Yarmouk refugee camp and the countryside of Damascus.

The General Look
'Statico bloodshed' in Syria. The Pro-NATO Fascistoislamists control wide northern territories in Aleppo and Idleb districts as well as the Syrian Turkish terminals except one terminal connects Lattakia with Turkey (Which still under the regime's control).Furthermore, The rebels control large areas in Dair-Ezzor district; particularly in Al-Mayadeen and Bu-Kamal near the Iraqi borders.
The Syrian regime still control the City of Damascus.
Latakia, Suwayda'a, Qunaytera and Tartous, these four Syrian districts still under the regime's control alongside with their Countryside.

The Syrian Army is more organized and oriented than the pro-NATO Fascistoislamists and depends on effective and limited fast attacks against the rebels to avoid scattering throughout the Countryside.
From other hand, The Syrian rebels destroyed most of the Major military bases, Airports and Radar in the North and they are controlling most of the Northern borders