The “Gates of hell” will be open in the coming months in Syria


Re-blogging this important piece by Elijah Magnier on the 3 possible scenarios in Syria and Saudi plans to divide Syria into 2 parts. As he phrased it: As in Berlin WWII, Syria might face Gharbistan and Sharqistan

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There are three possible scenarios in Syria

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As in Berlin WWII, Syria might face Gharbistan and Sharqistan

By Elijah J. Magnier (@ejmalrai)

A high-ranking officer within the joint operations room in Damascus, which includes Russia, Iran and Syria and Hezbollah said, “ there are three possible scenarios in Syria: The first is the Arab ground troops would enter Syria from the Turkish borders, in the area under the so-called “Islamic State” group (ISIS) on the long front from Jarablus to Al-Ra’ee. This can be possible and quickly achievable if a kind of an agreement is reached between Turkey and ISIS. After all, the Jihadist group has to face either the Turkish-Arab forces – that could allow a possible exit – or the Russian-Iranian-Hezbollah forces where there will be no exit”.

“The second scenario is through the Jordanian…

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