New Map of Aleppo – Army Advances to the Industrial District

This is the new map of Aleppo after the Syrian Arab Army has recently advanced to the Industrial District.

 

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Allah Guided Terrorist Missile
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3ab_1385424203
raad

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Wish it was a tape so I could show it as a Wile E. Coyote moment. Ziad

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Israelis/zionazis don’t like sharing:

“War and Natural Gas: The Israeli Invasion and Gaza’s Offshore Gas Fields”

http://www.globalresearch.ca/war-and-natural-gas-the-israeli-invasion-and-gaza-s-offshore-gas-fields/11680

The gas deposits off Palestine also extent southwest along the coast of Egypt and north to Turkey.

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Interesting to follow the Zionazi reaction to Russia, when they start to drill for gas & oil offshore Syria.
The plan was obviously to claim these areas or start siphoning off, if their medieval “Allauh Akbars” had won the war…

Mikhas.

Ziad Fadel
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The essence of their very existence is to usurp, take, plunder and steal. Why would it be anything else? Ziad

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SAA mopping up operation, look at those heroes! English text:

Mikhas.

Ziad Fadel
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I love the feeling of watching the soldiers going about their business. Ziad

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Why attack SAA not Jabal Badro to encircle the enemy?I think this would be better cut suply lines and reinforcement site of attack on Al-Ansari.Another advantage would be thats enemy stop attack on army base 80 due lack of supplies and his crush are far more easy.

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Best to leave a rat-run of some kind for a while, so the poseurs and civilians can clear out. When only the die-hards are left, they can then be methodically pounded to destruction. Anyways, in a battle of encirclement, it is always good sense to leave a prolonged gap for opposition forces to attempt to escape untenable positions – they become very vulnerable and disorganized, and the final cauldron more manageable in size. At some point, FSA units in the city will either have to escape to freeze their balls off in exposed unprepared positions in the countryside for the… Read more »
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Speaking of freezing their balls off, I look forward to a day where there is a pair of diminutive bronzed rat balls hanging from the rearview mirror of every car in syria to remind them and the world that they stared down and defeated terror.

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Well, the Ministry of Defense reads this blog and may take your advice. They are quiet familiar with the terrain and their own capabilities. Give them a chance. Ziad

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Thank you for your excellent regular updates Ziad.

Here is something every wannabe Jihadi should watch!

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=061_1361619873

Best wishes to Syria and SAA

Shin

Ziad Fadel
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And best wishes to you, my friend. This tape was already highlighted a while back on the blog. It’s excellent and I hope some of these misguided apes will have a look at it. Thanks, Ziad

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Greetings and salutations Ziad, today I will play the military analyst and field marshal.It would seem to me that the next step is an advance from the Kurdish controlled area, north, towards the Kindi hospital and the surrounded central Aleppo prison. While at the same time I would advance from sheikh Zayat, north to the sheik Najjar industrial complex, to then link up with the Aleppo central prison. this would trap the terrorist salient, and completely surround forcing them to surrender or be slaughtered, the latter being the better choice.Keep us updated on the battle in Aleppo, Ziad you are… Read more »
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I think major problem are thats SAA troops are employed by repelling counterattacks and have no enough power for this big offensive to trap large amount of terrorist and hold line.I think better are first small offensive leaded by Jabal Badro and destroy traped terrorist – with this step secure u Alepo International Airport and can u faster deliver reinforcement,supplies and amunition with help of transport planes.And then launch offensive as u write.Of course ist only me personal angle of view and anyway SAA make realy good his job.
Thanks Ziad for u work and reports.

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Making their way from the industral zone to the prison would still leave open the area between the hospital and the Kurdish quaters for the rats to flee. Besieging the rats would no doubt result in a break-out attempt. It might be better to allow them to escape, they might act all tough but in the end most don’t want to die. I agree the SAA is not powerfull enough for a quick mop-up in all of Aleppo. I would focus on linking up with besieged positions; the prison and Kweiris. After that push towards Nubl and Zahraa. As for… Read more »
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Your suggestion is amazingly accurate. Shaykh Najjaar is, in fact, the target du jour. Ziad

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My concern is that if terrorist supplies and food lines are cut completely, rats could appeal to NATO for humanitarian intervention ie no fly zones etc to secure safe corridors. Then we know what happens next would be Libya-like. Does anyone agree?

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This doesnt make any sense whatsoever. Nato is finished in Syria. The rats are alone, no matter what false flag ops or propaganda they wage. Its over. Its just a matter of time now, anon.

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I agree with Anonymous below. NATO had its chance and Obama blinked, putting the kibosh on all that. No no-fly zones. Ziad

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i disagree. it would be political and economic suicide for nato to launch a war. they are done. almost time to pack and leave. the FSA are a farce also. if any of their leaders were try and walk through damascus the people would give them the mussolini treatment

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Thank you. That is very good to hear

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I agree. Ziad

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Russia stresses Iran presence in Syria conference

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/26/336777/iran-should-attend-syria-talks-russia/

“Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov has underlined the necessity of Iran’s participation in the long-awaited Geneva II peace conference on Syria.”

Meanwhile, the zionazi terrorists probably wont be there:

“UN-Arab League Special Representative for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi has said that the conference would start “without any preconditions.”

Syria’s foreign-backed opposition has announced that it will only attend the talks after the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad.”

It’s not like the quislings would be missed.

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It is a fiasco for the terrorists. Iran has to attend or there would be no sense to the entire affair. But, all in all, the Geneva 2 will probably not happen. Ziad

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https://twitter.com/shbabRevolution/status/405331750491922434/photo/1

There is no real tactical advantage of indiscriminate bombing by Syrian air force. None at all. All it does is cause collateral damages including civilian casualties , people are not even involved in the fighting. A very bad move for a regime trying to keep the hearts and minds of the useful idiots.

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looks like mindless propaganda to me. let’s not forget that this conflict in part started with US imported Saudi backed death squads literally indiscriminately sniping people ( as the rats do to this very moment – thanks Robert Ford ). The idea that the SAF mindlessly bombs places is ludicrous. A cursory study of the situation to me reveals that a professional military fighting for their country and brethren are more discipline that foreign irregular savages looking for a place to die based on some perverted hadith. We’ve seen this over and over again. All that picture is, is a… Read more »
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I agree. Syria’s air force does not waste ordnance on bombing civilians. However, when rats hide among civilian areas intentionally in order to elude punishment, the air force will bomb them. It’s best that the rodents not hide among civilians. That’s what is causing the problem about which you complain. ZAF

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Wouldn’t it be better to encircle the FSA units which are around the citadel? The supply route is getting longer and longer with their advance to the north. Or will they try to cut off the whole units in the west of aleppo?

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Our supply routes up there are not long. The good news is that many FSA rodents have surrendered in the area of the Souq Al-Madeena and the Citadel. It’s better than you think. Ziad

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https://twitter.com/noneinhere/status/405347459582685184/photo/1

photo Homs Clock square

Looks nice a few years ago. Now it is a waste land
after regime shelling , rocket fire and bombing.

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“After regime shelling” hey Mr. Clock?
Go back to the same-gender copulation that you were immersed in before you decided to impress us with your lies.

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You are a sick person. If you do not stop referring to our government as a ‘”regime”, I’ll block your posts. If your rodents would surrender and save the country from this destruction, there wouldn’t be a conversation like this. ZAF

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http://www.petercliffordonline.com/syria-news-3

regime offensive has ground to a halt ( who knew right? )

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Stop trolling bitch. No one buys your crap here so stick a thumb up your ass and suck it!

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anonymous not much syrian military can do when you have rebels hiding in those areas. if the same thing was happening in any other country their cities would look exactly the same. it will be rebuilt once the rebels have been defeated. which will not be that long, regardless of temporary ”halts” in the offensive. it is sad to see many muslims who are keen to destroy their own countries for the sake of foreign powers. these people are lower than dogs. a dog will at least show loyalty.

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Boy is that site a real knee slapper for anyone with half a brain and an IQ over room temperature. Any idea that there is a significant moderate secular opposition force at this point on it’s face is a farce. The idea that any rat force has any momentum is even funnier.

I assume you write this from a rebel controlled area on a satellite uplink and new laptop paid for by NATO in between bouts of surfing child porn. Are you located in the sharia court building or the captagon factory?

Ziad Fadel
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You are a loser. The progress of the Syrian army is remarkable and steady. You’re just frustrated. ZAF

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Nice grenade shots on some groups of Heaven seekers….

Is this some kind of “Syria’s Got Talent” show ? (Quite nice actually)

Money….money…moneeyyyy….gimme money…..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Wu2W2HMtQU

Heroic FSA rebels go kaboom…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuT4ixgRlao
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aImR8WyBja0
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3cf_1385250337

Even for a rebel to enter Heaven, he still must queue up in line, I can only think he might only get an “Access Denied” card……{GRAPHIC}
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ff2_1385381657

Al-Nusra vs Syrian Troops….
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=69c_1385399118

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Fabulous. I’ve got some good stuff for Wile E. Coyote. The others were very interesting. Keep’em coming. Ziad

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Haven’t seen these videos posted here before:

These two videos show rats lurking around sites in Aleppo, namely the Souk and the Umayyad Mosque.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=619_1384899161
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=610_1384991347

This video within the last week appear to show those very same locations, with the rodents nowhere to be seen:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=fe9_1385296404

I may be underestimating the extent of the Souk, but it seems some encouraging evidence of a local advance.

Ruadhri