Who was the commander of Syrian army?
Syrian Armed Forces
|Syrian Arab Armed Forces|
|Headquarters||Umayyad Square, Damascus|
|Commander-in-Chief||Marshal Bashar al-Assad|
|Minister of Defence||Lieutenant General Ali Abdullah Ayyoub|
How big is the Syrian Arab army?
|Size||130,000 Military age: 18 show Conscription:|
|Part of||Syrian Armed Forces|
|Motto(s)||“حُمَاةَ الدِّيَارِ” (Guardians of the Homeland)|
How good is the Syrian army?
For 2022, Syria is ranked 47 of 142 out of the countries considered for the annual GFP review. It holds a PwrIndx* score of 0.6953 (a score of 0.0000 is considered ‘perfect’).
What leper commanded Syrian troops?
According to the Bible, Naaman was a commander of the army of Syria. He was a good commander and was held in favor because of the victory that God brought him. Yet Naaman was a leper.
How big is the Iraqi army?
Iraqi Ground Forces
|Part of||Iraqi Armed Forces|
How big is the Turkish army?
According to the International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS), in 2020 the Turkish Armed Forces had an active strength of around 355,200 active personnel consisting of 260,200 armed forces, 45,000 naval forces, and 50,000 air forces.
Who Won Valley of Tears?
Valley of Tears
|Date||6 – 9 October, 1973|
|Result||Decisive Israeli victory|
Who has leprosy in the Bible?
2 Chronicles 26:20-23 refers to a King Uzziah who had leprosy. 2 Kings 5:1 and 5:27 refer to a leading soldier in the army of the King of Aram who had leprosy. Luke 5:13, Mark 1:40-42 and Matthew 8:3 all describe the moment when Jesus healed a man affected by leprosy.