Syrian army retake of Dayr al-Zawr desert foils US plans: Activist

The recapture of the desert region of Syria’s eastern province of Dayr al-Zawr from the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group is an “important victory” and it is another example of the Syrian military “foiling” US plans, says an activist.

“I think that the Syrian Arab army deserves high praise and congratulations for liberating the huge territory of 5,800 square kilometers of desert in the province of Dayr al-Zawr from Daesh or ISIS because Daesh or ISIS is a proxy force, a proxy army for the US and also for Israel and what these proxy armies, their role is to achieve regime change in Syria and this is another example of the Syrian Arab army foiling the plans of the superpower – the USA backed up by many NATO allies … and bankrolled by the Arab monarchies,” Ken Stone, member of the Hamilton Coalition to Stop the War, told Press TV in an interview on Thursday.

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