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Unfortunately, the war is not over.
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Did you mean who will win or the one who have won?
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It is too soon and there are too many factions and foreign governments involved to tell as yet.
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It's not the Syrian War anymore. It's now melded with the Second Gulf War (nope, it turns out it wasn't over just because Bush said it was). This war needs a new name, imho. If DAESH manages to hold on to whatever they've gained and outlast the foreign powers (which they can certainly do), they'll win (they'll still have to deal with the local forces, which has a lot more staying power than the US and Russia). If Putin manages to keep his new pet client-state (Syria) in one piece, he'll have won something. If the Peshmerga play their cards right (and it looks like they are), they'll get something out of the deal too.
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Well if ISIS/ISIL has anything to say about it they will win. BUT I think the people of Syria have the stones to stand up to ISIS/ISIL.

IMO this ISIS slime has not the backbone to take on the Americans and the Syrians together because ISIS knows they will get their fannies beat and beat big time.

ISIS has to hide behind women and children and when you do that that just tells others you are cowards.
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I hope a truce can be made and peace will finally prevail.

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Everyone loses:(
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Now that Putin has weighed in on Assad's behalf (under the pretext of attacking ISIS) the advantage must have shifted to the government. I doubt that we have enough information to predict the outcome.

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