Syrian Arab Army Offensive in the Qalamoon Mountains

This is the Syrian Arab Army offensive in the Qalamoon Mountains. A little over 17,000 ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists are under siege with no area to retreat. Explanation: The terrorists are surrounded on both sides. After the recent defeat in Sadad (Homs Governate), the insurgency is surrounded by SAA brigades comprised of the 1st Army Corps, 4th Mechanized Division, and the Revolutionary Guards. On the Lebanese border, Hezbollah soldiers from Ba’albak have obstructed the retreat. This battle will not end like Al-Qusayr; either the terrorists surrender or face annihilation.

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Love these maps. Keep them coming!
Thank you!

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how long would it take the army to administer justice to the barbarians? will it be an onslaught or a methodical steady war of attrition? taking 17,000 of these primitives out of the equation would surely spell the end, or at least the beginning of the end? maybe this is the time for the scuds en masse?

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May God protect the men of the SAA and Hezbollah and all who stand with them, no quaters.

Chevi.

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under siege with no area to retreat.

I’ll raise a glass of wine to that, thanks and I agree with Chevi

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That looks like a lot of territory that the terrorists can still move about and hide in, and rather rugged, too. This campaign will probably take a bit of time to finish, as caution will be needed.

вот так

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The zionazi terrorists again use CW: Syria conflict: buffer zone could trigger a large regional war – expert http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_10_30/Syria-conflict-buffer-zone-could-trigger-a-large-regional-war-expert-0754/ “Syrian rebels are reported to have employed chemical weapons near the Kurdish military post in the north-west of the country near the border with Turkey on Tuesday, Interfax reports citing Lebanese TV channel Al-Mayadin. The chemical attack was carried out against Kurdish militants in the Syrian city of El-Hasaka in the Ras-al-Ain region. However, the information about the chemical weapons attack became available only on Wednesday. In an interview to Voice of Russia, Jeremy Salt,associate professor of Middle Eastern history and… Read more »
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And: Russia alarmed by fresh reports Syrian militants using chemical weapons – FM http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_10_30/Russia-alarmed-by-fresh-reports-of-use-of-chemical-weapons-by-Syrian-militants-FM-0242/ “Moscow is deeply alarmed by fresh reports that extremists used chemical weapons on Syrian soil. This information must be thoroughly verified and investigated says a statement by the Russian Foreign Ministry. Recent reports from the region suggest that Jihadist groups, primarily Jabhat al-Nusra and the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, have stepped up their activities against the Kurdish communities in northeastern Syria. The insurgents besieged a number of Kurdish populated areas, which dramatically complicated the already difficult humanitarian situation in the region, whose residents… Read more »
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A bit of irrelevant fun: Forbes ranks Putin world’s most powerful person, downs Obama http://rt.com/news/putin-tops-forbes-powerful-973/ “Russian President Vladimir Putin has been ranked the most powerful person in the world by Forbes. He topped the list of the 72 world figures that “matter the most,” while US President Barack Obama was rated second…” Forbes is basically a gossip rag for the rich and very rich in the west (and for those pathetic sods who think if I read this toss, I will learn how to act like the gods and be rich and powerful, too, the WSJ and FT rely upon… Read more »
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It’s not irrelevant. It’s the reason it is not WWIII. There is some talk of China taking over the US possibly with Obama’s help. I think there again, Putin is the world’s most important buffer, together with his many friends. He is also a great diplomat.

http://www.franz-schubert.com/zwoelf-deutsche-taenze.html

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Now SAA must apply fine tactics. They must need paratroopers, snipers and special forces to kill all terrorists that have leadership skills. Then led chaos rule for a whil until new leaders eventually emerge, then kill these.

The rest will be done by night offensives with night goggles and drone surveillance and heavy artillery shelling.
Good luck boys, long live Souria Al-Assad, Sieg heil Souria!

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I hope, that your last assumption becomes reality. Hellcats can´t be resozialized.

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It must be cold at night in the mountains and winter is fast approaching.

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If the mountain cover in snow in winter.. then indeed they selected the wrong place to camp.They will die of cold. They cannot make fire over there because will be noticed many miles away. And the Syrian army can shell the place. it will be interesting indeed to watch this battle.. because 17,000 cannibals.. if it is true the information will require a massive amount of food.. unless ofcourse they start eating each other. All the Syrian army need to do is siege the mountain ,no place to escape.. and wait they surrender.

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The borders, the borders. Always check the borders. Can’t wait for Total Peace in Syria!

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Recent chatter suggests that the qalamoun battle will not occur at this point pending various political developments and military achievements in other areas. It does stand to reason though…..a winter seige of the vermin in those mountains would be just what the doctor ordered. It would spare much needed resources and personnel on the part of the saa too. Intermittent shelling, bombing runs, special infiltration ops, etc would also help to soften up the rodent front.

The map is quite interesting….it doesnt extend to zabadani though. What is the vermin situation there? Also, i heard telfita still had some problems.

Rgds,

Martin

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ziad

isnt the zahle district in lebanon (right after the border of kasarnaba and Tfail municipilaty) under control by the far right Libanese Forces? … as they used to ally with the US and Israel in the past, they may allow the rats to escape through their territory?

what do you think ziad?

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Lebanese forces these days actually have no “forces” to speak of….just a petty little vassal organization under the patronage/employment of the future party. The lebanese army is deployed throughout zahle. In addition, zahle is no longer of a homogenous far right demography….many parties exist there.

Didn’t mean to answer on ziad’s behalf but most lebanese are aware of this….

Rgds,

Martin

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The mainstream comments on this and add that the morale of Hezbollah is fraying slightly in the south. Are there really enough troops to seal that large region?

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fantastic news Ziad, I have always held the opinion that, with time the SAA shall gain the advantage, due to its logistical superiority over the disorganized wahabis and cannibals. it only takes 3 days without food to start the starving process and 17,0000 rats need a lot to eat. a victory in this battle will most certainly spell the beginning of the end of this international conspiracy against Syria. Three cheers for the SAA and Hezballah may their bullets fly straight and true to the chests and hearts of the Zionist pigs, and deliver them all to the hell which… Read more »
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Al Manar and SANA have been blocked on the internet this morning – is something about to happen? Love and respect to President Assad and the awesome Syrian army.

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A respected poster on PressTV says Israel has again attacked Syrian defence installations this morning:

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/10/31/332224/syria-destroys-all-cw-facilities/

so is this the reason Al manar and SANA were blocked in Europe this morning. Imperialist powers are not going to leave Syria alone until it has been destroyed.

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I thought that the numerous claims that Israel attacked Syrian defence installations are Israeli disinformation. After all it is almost certainly true that Syria has an impermeable air defence system thanks to Russia.

Wishful think by Israel maybe and to boost the rat’s morale before they all die.

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These posts are getting better and better, with mounting Rat Losses! I love it.

I hope the SAA can keep up the momentum and wipe these Filthy Wahabbis from the face of the planet.

Bless the SAA and NDF for their great work!

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Ziad, Are you informed of an attack with cruise missile against a base of the anti-aircraft defense of the AAS near Latakia?

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SANA website being down means something has happened, though daily it is blocked for lengthy periods of time. Shows how paranoid the imperialists are. SANA has a twitter account, they should use it more.
If ‘Israel’ has bombed Syria again, it is time to make good on the warning given from last time not to do it again. It is too sickening the amount of grief the creation of this settler state has caused in the region.

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It is said the zionists destroyed the Yakont systems.

But then again they also supposedly destoyed them last time.

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ziad didn’t saa have control of thameko? how did the oppositon capture it? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVhjuQO19x8

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Unconfirmed reports here: Reports huge blast ‘destroys Syrian air defence base’ at Latakia; Israel blamed http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/world/reports-huge-blast-destroys-syrian-air-defence-base-at-latakia-israel-blamed/story-fni0xs61-1226750368787October 31, 2013 11:40AM A MASSIVE blast has reportedly destroyed a a Syrian air defence base near the coastal city of Latakia with multiple Syrian and Lebanese sources speculating that an Israeli strike from the Mediterranean was to blame. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported a loud explosion in a Syrian army base, and Twitter users quoted eyewitnesses who said the blast occurred near Snobar Jableh, just south of the city, The Times of Israel reported. Unconfirmed reports suggested the explosion was the result… Read more »
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I have been commenting on here for months that the Russian equipment is junk compared to US equipment. How many times does this need to be demonstrated?

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america uses offensive weaponery due to the fact that they are the aggressors in most war theatres they are involved in. aircraft carriers, fighter jets are virtually obsolete in the era of missiles. and the russians are light years ahead in missile technology. anti aircraft. surface to surface, anti shipping. i would like to know where has american superiority been demonstrated? the patriot missile system is crap compared to the s300, let alone the s400. in syria yakhont anti shipping missiles are the main reasons american ships were stationed out of range of these missiles. the american light weapons in… Read more »
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This is reposted to BeforeItsNews by me.

17000 CIA Cornered In Syria. Video.

http://beforeitsnews.com/alternative/2013/10/17000-cia-cornered-in-syria-video-2809476.html