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Top Commanders among 1000 Takfiris Killed in Recent Ghouta Battle
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  • 1000 Takfiri members were killed during the recent fierce battles in the Ghouta region near Damascus. Top military commanders were among those killed which caused a devastating shock to the Takfiri groups and their sponsors in some gulf countries.

 

  • Turkish PM Recep Tayyib Erdogan has expressed a feeling of frustration and disappointment for the failure his policies yielded in the region and especially in Syria. Erdogan was advised by neighboring countries especially Iran to change his policies if he wants to reserve a seat in any future solutions.

 

  • Many European countries have taken very tough measures and announced high security concerns because of the fear that Takfiri groups might infiltrate the European countries and pose a real threat to their security and stability.

Source: Al-Manar Website

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