Forecasting Escalation Scenario of Conflict in Syria ~ [Video Report and Full Transcript]

the real Syrian Free Press

This video was originally released in November, 2016. It depicts the worst-case escalation scenario of the conflict in Syria. However, this analysis remains relevant to this day.

On March 13, the US threatened to strike Syrian government forces in the Damascus countryside. On March 14, the Russian Defense Ministry said that it will act in response if lives of the Russian servicemen are endangered.



(SouthFront) ~ In terms of the actual failure of diplomatic efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis, the threat of a direct armed conflict between Russia and the United States is becoming more and more of a reality.

In simulating a possible armed conflict between the Armed Forces of the involved countries, we can state with some confidence that it will commence with a series of provocative actions. Possibilities include air strikes of “unknown aircraft” on civilians, the use of chemical weapons, destruction of humanitarian…

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