Al-Safira District in Aleppo – Most Imperative Battle Since Al-Qusayr

This is the map of the Al-Safira District in Aleppo. It is one of the most imperative battles since Al-Qusayr. So far, the SAA has captured the city of Safira and much of the south. The SAA is attempting to flank the ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra troops.

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Next stop to link Kweires with Safira? Tnx. for map.

Ziad Fadel
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It’s coming as I wrote. Syrian armor is rushing to other parts in the north. Especially now with the Turks appearing to be contrite. Ziad

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If further proof were needed that President Assad is winning big, come reports today of another ‘monkey wrench’ attempt to throw the Syrian government off its successful trajectory. “Israeli” attacks within Syria. Again, the same old tactic as last time. Egypt is with Syria. Iran is with Syria. Against? Saudi Arabia and “Israel”.

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Saudis are on their way out. So are the Zionists. Ziad

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Obviously goes for weaker FSA areas first to then sideline Al-Nuts-Rats and kill them off.
Good strategy. I would plant remote IEDs on highways though by special forces and wait until the critters flee and blow them up.

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We may not need IEDs. The Orkin Man is on the prowl. Ziad

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The IRGC, Hezbollah and Kurdish forces should be in Aleppo as well for live combat training with live targets in place. This is an excellent training ground!

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I agree. We don’t need the IRGC yet. In fact, we may never need them the way things are going now. Ziad

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This sums up the importance of the SAA taking control of Safera, huge and worrisome for the ‘rebels’.

Ziad Fadel
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Interesting how Jamal Rayyan seems to be changing his tone about Dr. Assad after Prince Tamim arrested his father and mother. Let’s follow this new development. A change in Al-Jazeera means that Qatar is backsliding. No harm. Ziad

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Hi Ziad

Thanks for the info regarding Aleppo. Lets hope that can rid the area of these despicable goons or rats as you so eloquently call them 😉
Regarding the alleged attack in Latakia
That did not really happen, did it?
It seems highly, highly unlikely and reeks of Israeli propaganda
Any info?

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Did not happen, as I wrote earlier. This whole story reeks of Zionist propaganda. In any case, most anti-aircraft sites in Syria are predictably decoy sites. Don’t worry. It’s all going very well for us. But not for Bandar. Ziad

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Looking at the maps , Syria will need to use lots of air power in the days to come , especially up in Qalamoon.

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You’re probably right because of the terrain. Ziad

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The opposition are very shocked at the fall of Sfera, Aleppo, reporter denying that this ‘is the end’ for the FSA.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=8f4_1383258033

Would be nice to move on to Al Bab after Kweires.

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I’m going to modulate my enthusiasm for any change with Al-Jazeera for now. This report still shows how the Al-Jazeera people are outright liars. Houthis? IRGC? Impossible. Ziad

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Anyone have any clarification, say again, clarification on wether or not Israel fired missiles off their jets at a military target in Latakia?

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It’s confirmed! Shows how weak Syria’s Air Defenses are and their ever weak border guards. Needs further improvement.

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Is it a mere coincidence that at the moment when SAA scored a major strategic victory in Aleppo, a story like this comes out in full vengeance? To distract from the flagging morale perhaps.

SG Fella

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confirmation has not happened
All I see is rehashing of the same original news items
Besides a major strategic victory, I notice Syria came in a day ahead of schedule regarding CW inspections again
That should be major, major news too.
Instead we have claims of an attack by Israel

The BBC writes
“this is believed to be”
believing is for Santa Claus not for confirmation
Still the news originates and is being verified by the opposition
not credible and not a confirm

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The reports are propaganda. Our family in Latakia say no such event took place. They are beginning to laugh at us. Relax. Ziad

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No time to waste. The IRGC, Hezbollah and Kurdish Forces should be in Aleppo for a “live: Urban Warfare training exercise with provided “live” wasted targets (Thanks to Obama!), good for bombing and sniping exercises. This is an excellent live training ground! Happy Hunting.

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Why not? Ziad

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great map! thanks!

Ziad Fadel
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A pleasure. My son, Leith and our friend, Fadi, put it together. Ziad

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Great job Ziad. hopefully Syria will be rid of this filth soon. but there cannot be peace and prosperity any where in the region until the house of Saud is brought down.

Ziad Fadel
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It’s happening now. And you are absolutely right about that race of ape barbarians. Ziad

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Ziad, this map is fantastic! Thank you!

Ziad Fadel
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A pleasure. I’m sure Leith and Fadi will be beaming with pride. It is excellent and exclusive to SyrPer. Ziad

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hahahahah they’re scared shitless.

Ziad Fadel
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You better believe it. The rats are scared. The Orkin man is coming. Ziad

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The alleged Zionazi attack on Lattakia can be seen in the light of previous attacks which occurred when SAA made heavy advances on the ground hence, the tribal fascist pariah is obviously supporting their mercenary ground forces, trying to boost their morale. More desperately so as it´s sugar-daddys hands currently are tied and committed to a non-violent approach. Any prospect of peace and certainly in this scale with Iran involved, in the region means, as we all know, a more or less slow death to the bloody Zionazi occupation of Palestine. It speaks volumes that the only ally the zionazi… Read more »
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Mikhas, it never happened. People in Latakia who would have seen such an event say it did not happen. Ziad

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Ziad, where are you ? Certain sources speak about cargo of missile SA 8 GECKO 8 for Hezb destroyed between Jableh and Latakia? Have you precision ?

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Whoever those sources are, they are not credible. Hizbollah does not receive missiles by this route. It is insane because it would require the shipment to enter Lebanon via northern routes where anti-Assad apes are thriving. It is quite impossible. We know how Hizbollah gets its missiles. It’s not this way. Ziad

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either the attack on the military base did not happen or it did. if it did, how dumb must the syrian army be to let it happen again. storing missiles in vunerable areas time and time again, with the same result. that is just retarded. and to not respond.? either shows masochism or an inability to respond. shows no credible air defence either. very disappointing

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In the context of Syria having surrendered its strategic chemical umbrella (and by extension, its entire strategic defensive mantle) to Russian prerogative, I conclude that IF this attack did indeed happen, the Syrians would be rather happy to have let it happen. In a not so indirect sort of way, the zionists’ actions tantamount to attacking Russia and she is thus justified to seek recourse in whatever manner appropriate – including giving Syria the latest strategic weaponry ‘not seen in the middle east’. Syria did what the zionists did best – seek sympathy as victims.

SG Fella

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It’s too bad you are disappointed. I’m sure the General Staff will try better next time to insure your satisfaction. Ziad

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Great news, great enought to have a new airstrike (real or propaganda) to hold up the morale of the terrorists. I would hope Russia will come forward and start striking targets inside Israel everytime they attack Syria. I wonder what all the “Isreal has a right to defend itself” people would comment than? Iam no jew hater but you can only use force if you have been attacked first and if you are the agressor you are in the WRONG I hear other fine news. The idiots will starve in the montains and wait for the big offensive? LoL, in… Read more »
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It’s cold for both sides. The attack did not happen, Punkt! We don’t need Russia to attack the Zionist Entity. Syria has a massive stockpile of missiles for that purpose. Ziad

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I’m not swalowing the claim that “Israel” was able to bomb ith impunity Syria again. It’s the same Westen sources who claimed in the past that Assad was likely to fall soon, that Iran would build a nuclear weapon within 6 months, that an Israeli attack on Iran was imminent…Twice this year Syria recognized a Zionist bombardment. In January and May. Twice the target was the same (Jamraya, 10km away from the border). The presense of mountains in Lebanon nearby allow the Zionist planes to avoid Syrian radars if they fly at a low altitude, surge suddenly from Lebanon, shoot… Read more »
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That’s what I’ve been saying. Ziad

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I think you will find this an interesting read.

http://www.tomatobubble.com/hitler_suicide.html

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Hitler and many of his followers wanted the war. Religious, ideological as well as economic reasons were behind it. As well as revenge for WWI and the very bad Treaty of Versailles. From what i heard from old people involded (many have died already) there was a pool of reasons. Most germans just did go along to survive. But some the higher ranks in the Reich had their own religion, not a christian one but a religion of the flame. A flame which finally consumed those who put it alight.