Updated Map of Damascus After the Victory in Hujjira

This is the updated map of Damascus after the victory in Hujjira. The terrorists of Ahrar al-Sham still control the Ghouta with their buddies in Liwaa al-Islam. The following areas are on the verge of being fully liberated: Barzeh, Darayya, Qaboon, and Zamalka. In Aleppo, the eastern front has officially been cutoff to the terrorists at Al-Baab (“the door”). This forces the terrorists to rely on supplies from the north at Sheikh Najaar, in the Industrial Area. The supply route to al-Baab was critical for the terrorists; this loss will pay dividends in the long run as the Syrian Air Force will obstruct any attempt from the baboons of ISIS to infiltrate from Al-Raqqa. If the SAA can close the northern corridor in Sheikh Najaar, the SAA will have successfully cutoff the terrorists from all integral supply routes; thus, trapping what is left of them. In Latakia, the SAA forestalled the new Jabhat al-Nusra offensive dubbed, “The Lions of the Mountain,” which is their attempt to infiltrate the Prophet Isaiah Mountains and to breakthrough the lines near the Turkish border. However, this offensive was over before it began. 112 terrorists have been killed in two days at the border of Latakia and Turkey. Also in Latakia, the Syrian Arab Army killed 71 terrorists at Salma as the SAA has advanced its position deep into enemy territory. Salma is the last stronghold for members of ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra on the Latakia front.

 


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How I love waking up to this kind of news…

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Ziad and co. in Dearborn. There’s a viral article at BeforeItsNews about Dearborn Michigan. Obama’s America: Explosive Videos Show That Dearborn Michigan Is Functionally Operating As Islamic Sharia State http://beforeitsnews.com/obama/2013/11/obamas-america-explosive-videos-show-that-dearborn-michigan-is-functionally-operating-as-islamic-sharia-state-2457864.html#comment_238284 Terry Jones wants to burn more Korans there. The Koran says to “KIll all Jews and Christians.” Terry Jones is mentally impaired. What’s he doing about all the rest of the Korans out there? Burning the Koran is what Hitler did when he got to power. The solution is to do what is done for Hitler’s “Main Kampf”. Ban it. Islam must be banned worldwide “it’s a religion of savages”… Read more »
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Can you stop quoting stuff from beforeitsnews….?
If there is one tinfoilhat website…it’s that one…..full of crap articles stating nothing but made up stories.

Cannot recount how many times they stated that the world will end on a certain date which never happens….0_o

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Don’t mess with BeforeItsNews they’re good people. They want to wipe out Islam from Dearborn so don’t mess with them. A person who’s against Islam can’t be a bad person. Islam’s the voice of evil in the world. Nothing is worse than Islam in the whole world. 95% of all wars involve Muslims. Islam must be stamped out of the world just like cancer must be stamped out of the world. Do it. Don’t let Islam kill you. Because YOU’LL BE NEXT!

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I didn’t know that that website was a entity…..so you are stating that if i am against a website, that i am also against people visiting or posting there…?!?! What a conclusion…you really need some help…

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Me too and I write this stuff. Ziad

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Dear Geir Smith, I enjoy your comments but saying Dearborn is operating as an Islamic state or the like is ridiculous. I work here and can tell you that even Muslims don’t want an Islamic state in their city. Relax. It’s not that menacing here. Ziad

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Looks like the rats infesting Aleppo are in sheer panic mode, especially after a nice SAAF bombing run in Aleppo! “(Reuters) – A Syrian rebel commander in a main Islamist brigade was killed and two others were injured in an air strike by President Bashar al-Assad’s forces on Aleppo, activists said on Friday, in a setback to rebels defending the city against a loyalist attack.” “The opposition Aleppo News Network said in a statement that the raid on Thursday targeted an army base that rebels had captured, killing commander Youssef al-Abbas of the Qatari-backed al-Tawhid Brigades, one of the biggest… Read more »
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Dear George, thanks for the info. You’ll get more today. By the by, Al-Haaj Maari’ was also killed. And he’s the leader. Hurray. Ziad

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The US Consul in Adana is a former collaborator of John Negroponte. Since August 6, 2012, John Espinoza is Consul in Adana. He was part of the Iraqi embassy team 2004-05, together with John Negroponte and Robert Ford. In this period the so-called “Wolf Brigades” were formed – shiite-anti-Sunni death squads, reported for severe human rights abuses. http://adana.usconsulate.gov/consul_general.html “From 2004-2005 John was the Special Assistant to Ambassador John D. Negroponte at the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad ..worked in 2004 as part of the transition team to reestablish bilateral relations and the U.S. Embassy in anticipation of transferring governing authority to… Read more »
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I agree. Your message is must-reading for all my readers. Thank you. Ziad

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http://freebeacon.com/reports-russia-to-help-iran-build-second-nuclear-reactor/ Anyone with two brain cells to rub together is saying they are done with nuclear energy. Einstein said one time, it is a expensive and dangerous way to heat water and so it is. Japan , is about done with it. The people there are making sure of that. After Fukushima , the damage will never stop and continues on unabated and on for centuries. I myself speculate that Japan as a nation is finished because of Fukushima It may take a while for this story to unfold, but I believe this will happen. Not sure where these people… Read more »
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listen anonymous, thanks for taking time out of your Zionist provocateur classes and blessing us with your clearly malicious propaganda. I don’t hear you mentioning the uncountable nuclear weapons of the west. why not try to go to their sites and try to convince them to get rid of it, or convince them of stop using nuclear energy. do you know that your Zionist overlords have 300 undeclared nukes, now why would the friendly Zionist have so many, what will they do with all of this, I wonder and I ponder and still it beats me. you seem to be… Read more »
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So are you saying the real reason why Iran wants nuclear power is so they can produce their own nukes? But they are saying it is for peaceful purposes aren’t they?

Ron

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Ron,
So Iran’s not allowed to lie about stealing a cookie but the Zionists can torture children?
Your hypocrisy is nauseating.
I would feel safer if Iran had 100,000 nuclear bombs compared to Israel with just one.
Cancel that.
I would feel safer if Iran had 1,000,000 nuclear bombs and that shitty little country did not exist at all.
(the phrase “shitty little country” borrowed from that beautiful soul, Les Visible)

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Iran are planning ahead. Their Gas and Oil won’t always be there.
By using nuclear energy for their Electricity needs, they can maximise their exports of Gas and Oil rather than consuming a percentage of it. It is wealth creation!

The only disagreeable part of Nuclear Power stations within Iran, is that there are a hell of a lot of Earthquakes as various fault lines run through it.

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I dont think nuclear technology is the future. It is a big danger to all of us.

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Nuclear energy is the Future.. but you don’t see a lot of promotions of this in the west for obvious reasons.. can be used for nuclear weapons too. Japan problems is its location ,is a very unstable place ,too much earthquakes.. Modern Nuclear reactors are much safer..can be made earthquake proof and accident prof. And environmentally safe too. 70% of France energy comes from nuclear reactors. and they have many and never had an accident in many decades. Imagine Free Energy for 40 years wouldn’t that be worth of looking? hell yes. Russia cruise missile Peter the great is nuclear… Read more »
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This blog is about Syria and the Zionist aggression she is suffering.

Iran is a true and important ally of Syria.

Michel

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The jury is out on nuclear energy. I do take notice that some countries ar committed to ending nuclear power. That is curious, to say the least. Ziad

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Mongrel rats blowing up empty Syrian army fortifications once build having zionist enemy in mind. Today Saudi rats are making sure izrohell orders are fulfilled without any second thought. Enemy within your own population is the worst. Wahhabi baboons.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=2bf_1384515691

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Fifth columns and traitors are the worst. I agree. Ziad

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http://www.mojahedin.org/newsen/25533

Hariri: Nasrallah sacrificing Lebanon for Assad, Iran

I think the Lebanese are sick and tired of the drug rackets going on in Lebanon courtesy of the Iranians and the Syrians. Oh believe me, for the most part, they don’t use the stuff but they don’t think there is a problem selling it to others. They exchange the heroin and opium and hash etc for guns and hard currency and it has been this way for years , ever since the first Assad took over.

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Get used to it, axis of resistance China-Russia-Iran-Iraq-Syria-Lebanon-Yemen-Sudan is taking shape. Lebanon will be under Hezbollah control even more after victory in Syria.

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Hezbollah are probably the best fighting force in Syria.
They’re highly trained to western military standards….and their Special Forces are pretty damn good too. If they had a big enough Militia in terms of numbers….they’re clear out the FSA & Al Nustra on their own. No wonder Israel pissing their pants after 2000 and 2006 battles.

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Anonymous @7:50AM, get a life moron, harriri is a dog, he knows he’s a marked man and cannot step back in Lebanon, if anyone is benefiting from drugs it’s the salafist sunni in bab al-tabeneh and surrounding area, but pretty soon the SAAF will raze that to the ground and not even YOU can do anything about it, you play with fire and you will get burned, alive.

Chevi.

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I think you are misguided. If anything, Syria has become a dumping ground for your drug-addicted Islamist terrorist heroes. Please, stop the nonsense. ZAF

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Watch out for a huge counter attack in Aleppo by ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra before this year ends!

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Yes the armies of Allah will win.

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it will be a huge non event. scurrying around through tunnels and hiding behind civilians means they do not have the capacity to launch a conventional counter attack. to get from turkey too alleppo without the army noticing would be impossible. they have no air force, no heavy weapons, no tanks and no cohesive leadership. you are talking through your beard anonymous. by the end of the year they will all be compost

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Yea, move your terrorists out of Raqqah, so i can be taken too

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“Watch out for a huge counter attack in Aleppo by ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra before this year ends! “

And how many times have we heard this? also how many times have we heard the government will fall?, and how many times have the terrorists planned something big for it to only fail miserably, keep up the bravado, for arrogance is your downfall.

Chevi.

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Ziad said, “If the SAA can close the northern corridor in Sheikh Najaar, the SAA will have successfully cutoff the terrorists from all integral supply routes; thus, trapping what is left of them”. So they have a choice of surrendering, pottering about the garden while they wait, or shooting back. When Anonymous grandly warns us to “watch out for a huge counter attack in Aleppo by ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra before this year ends”, he is proposing the absolute bare minimum which a mercenary force can perform to still be described as a fighting unit. So his statement is either… Read more »
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I think it’s all over for your rats. Ziad

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I know Syrian women are beauties, but look at these:
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I bet they know how to defend their land and stomp out cockroaches too….

Mikhas.

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A lot of them are in the NDF. Thanks for the compliment though. Ziad

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http://www.libyaherald.com/2013/11/09/mystery-still-surrounds-arms-smuggling-vessel/#axzz2kjMiDC51

ship full of guns and ammo headed for Tartus, stopped in Greece territorial waters. Guns for drugs courtesy of Assad and his drug trafficking goon squads.

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the greeks would not dare stop a russian vessel carrying out a totally legal arms shipment. the greeks have enough problems with their collapsing economy to get involved in an international incident that they would lose.

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that ship has been running guns between libya and turkey for a while and not the first time it has been caught.

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The only goon is you who can hardly write a good English sentence. In any case, your lying falls on deaf ears. Ziad

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Loved it. It’s going in today’s post. I don’t think these dudes are ISIS. From their appearance they seem more FSA. Who knows anymore? Ziad

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here comes the Acme Tools – Combo Kit

Deratization Machine

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=408649889260570&set=vb.313638228761737&type=2&permPage=1

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We’ve got to get this to the Orkin Man. Ziad

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i suppose the one good thing about having so many of these accursed small towns to clear. is that the rebels will have to go through the same laborious measures to win them back. i think the syrian military should start using the full power of their airforce and missile capacity. they have been way too hesitant.

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that’s what I don’t understand, too. These areas arround Damsy seem empty en reduced almost to rubble anyway so why not use the Airforce much more instead of house to house urban warfare?

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One reason to forgo using highly destructive ordinance is to save the basic structure of the houses and overall neighborhood. Even though the areas looked ravaged, a good majority still remain standing and can be rebuilt. The SAA have been using particular shells to minimize total damage to the base infrastructure, where possible. The concrete shells merely need to be fixed with dry wall and etc…. Also, it’s possible that the rebels have advanced surface to air missiles which makes it a hazard over such a dense urban environment. Regarding, the SAA using their full capability, most of there military… Read more »
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It has been an incremental response. But, today, the SAA is going all out. Just see Aleppo. Ziad

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US Government has changed it’s tune. Even Kerry is saying “ignore Israel.” http://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2013/11/14/kerry-tells-senators-to-disregard-israeli-reports-on-iran/

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Isn’t it incredible. What’s even funnier is the contempt the U.S. is showing the Saudi apes. Ziad

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I am reporting about this in the last and today’s post. I did not know that 600 had surrendered. Wow. Ziad

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How many of the Terrorists are holed up in that Ghouta area?. It looks pretty large area on the map….I’m guessing about 30-40% of Damascus!
Am i correct in saying the total of FSA, ISIS, Al Nustra + others…..are around 100,000 in the entirety, whilst the SAA plus allies are about 250,000?

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No one knows but there are figures between 10,000 and 50,000. But the more there are the worser they are off. It must be a logistical nightmare. Food, amo and so on. Even if they are not completely cut off where does all the material come from? We are talking tons of supplies every day.

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My estimates are over 100,000 terrorists but are all in small groups, the SAA has over 250,000 full time and over that in reserves, let’s not forget the expats who number in the hundreds of thousands that will come if the president calls them, i know a few who are ready and have tried with the armies reply being “like we need you right now, we’re doing fine”.

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It is very difficult to estimate actual numbers like this. It is certain that the SAA is larger. But, the rats fight in an insurgency with stealth and surprise on their side. In any case, there are reports of large number returning to Jordan because of the lethality of SAA tactics. Ziad

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Keep crushing the RATS !!

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And so the SAA will. Ziad

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“One possibility is that Obama will just surrender to the Zionist lobby,” he said. “There is another possibility” that Obama, who is fed up with Israel like most European leaders, acts independently, according to Hart. “He could say this is the time I must take on the Zionist lobby and the way an American president can do that is to use what they call the “bully pulpit” that means the president goes to the heads of Congress and speak directly and honestly to the people of America on radio and television and says this is why I must do this,”… Read more »
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I recall Putin’s remark with much mirth. I don’t think Obama will surrender to the Zionist lobby. He already has. Ziad

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Here’s one about the vile zionists, there was an article a while ago about how the jews are taking organs for trafficiking after they have kidnapped or killed a palesitinian/s

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=408649889260570&set=vb.313638228761737&type=2&permPage=1

they denied this but this article now has them admitting it, and the glue shut the eyes so no one knows what they have done.

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That they would stoop to selling body parts is nothing surprising to me. Ziad

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It’s a crying shame what is happening to Syria. I hope soon the violence will stop and peaceful normality will ensue. But it seems the only way that will happen is when every murderous Wahhabi terrorist rat is killed or captured.
How western governments can justify supporting such animals is a mystery to me as most of the western populace hate such creatures and show clear support for Syria in its struggle against them.

A wish for peace for Syria from the UK.

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Nice and warm post.

About the dichotomy between western state systems and the populations living under them:

the Western States are NOT sovereign but only act so. The sheep are too asleep to notice.

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Thank you, my friend. Cameron supported the cannibals because he,like Hollande, had his eyes on the natural gas which Europe needs so much in order to break the Gazprom monopoly. Now, with cannibals coming back to the U.K. with training in killing civilians, he will have to deal with the wrath of the English people. Just one abomination is all it takes. Ziad

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OPCW adopts Syria chemical arsenal destruction plan

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_16/OPCW-adopts-Syria-chemical-arsenal-destruction-plan-8779/

“The world’s chemical watchdog on Friday adopted a final roadmap for ridding Syria of its arsenal by mid-2014, hours before a deadline expired, a spokesman said. “The plan is adopted,” Christian Chartier, a spokesman for the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), told AFP after a meeting of its 41-member Executive Council in The Hague….”

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You know this is a load of BS right? the west will strike once they know the CW are out of the country, but i fear Syria has some surprises for the yankee ships, they follow the zionist line which is their arrogance will be their downfall.

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The chemical weapons are obsolete what with all the missiles. I hope the French accept them. Ziad

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The zionazis make their first “official” move to damage the upcoming Sochi Olympics. Moscow center for anti-doping may lose its license http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_11_16/Moscow-center-for-anti-doping-may-lose-its-license-4389/ “Indeed, Dick Pound, the former head of the World Anti-Doping Agency, has judged and criticized Russian companies and the anti-doping laboratory before, assuring that they skillfully juggle and falsify data. However, previously his charges did not have serious consequences, this time the situation is much more complex. If Moscow center loses accreditation, it will lose the opportunity to check the doping tests of athletes at the Winter Games in 2014. Sochi Olympics gives no rest to the World… Read more »
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hahaha Dick Pound hahaha

reminds me of a football player from the Dutch Antilles who went footballing in England but returned within one year because he couldn’t bare the crowds making fun of his family name: Pinas.

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Pretty dopey article. They’ll always try to get you in the end. Ziad

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Some big picture material on the network of subhuman parasites who run the west, the lot currently warring against Syria. Democracy, as practiced by capitalists: The TPP is a corporate coup d’état – Kristinn Hrafnsson http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_11_15/The-TPP-is-a-corporate-coup-d-tat-Kristinn-Hrafnsson-5798/ “The transparency site WikiLeaks has recently released part of a secret trade agreement called the Trans Pacific Partnership Treaty (TPP) being fast-tracked through the US Congress by US President Barrack Obama. What is astounding about the treaty, other than the fact that it is being pushed through without allowing US Congressmen access to the full text, is that only 3 people in each of… Read more »
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CIA monitors Americans’ financial activities http://rt.com/usa/cia-monitors-americans-finances-796/ “The Central Intelligence Agency is collecting bulk records of international money transfers, including the financial and personal data of millions of Americans. Citing “officials familiar with the programs,” the Wall Street Journal reported that the CIA and FBI collect financial information when international transactions are filed through numerous money-transfer companies, including MoneyGram and Western Union. As with the National Security Agency’s surveillance efforts, the CIA’s actions are authorized under the 2001 Patriot Act and overseen by the same Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that has sanctioned the collection of millions of Americans’ phone records and… Read more »
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Wow. I had no idea this TPP even existed. Got to follow this up. Ziad

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Israel urges France to stand firm against Iran

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/16/334894/israel-urges-france-not-to-waver-on-iran/

“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has urged France not to soften its stance towards Iran in the upcoming talks between the Islamic Republic and the six major world powers over Tehran’s nuclear energy program…”

Don’t waver, my pathetic little 21st century Petain. Meanwhile, here is a young boy for your pleasure…don’t mind the other guy with the camera, he’s just there to protect our “investment”.

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Hollande unpopular because he cannot settle hot issues – Yvan Blot http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_11_16/Hollande-unpopular-because-he-cannot-to-resolve-hot-issues-Yvan-Blot-8584/ “François Hollande’s approval rating has hit new lows, shedding six percentage points in a month with only 15 per cent of respondents now backing the beleaguered French president, a poll this week has found. During the ceremony to remember the WWII dead French president was greeted by boos and whistles from protesters. It was the first time in the whole history of the Fifth Republic – modern French state, established in 1958, that the national leader was mocked during the national holiday ceremony. Can you explain this tough… Read more »
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France’s Hollande heads to Israel ahead of Iran talks

http://news.yahoo.com/frances-hollande-heads-israel-ahead-iran-talks-032349354.html

How embarrassing for French people. No wonder they hate this quisling.

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It is very easy to understand why France changed their position regarding Iran….here is one article…. :
http://www.rendezvous.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/25/qatars-latest-investment-stirs-the-french/?_r=0

Kind regards, Dutchie

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Hollande is so unpopular that perhaps Iran should insist he not attend. He doesn’t even represent 20% of his people. Who cares about France anymore? Ziad

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Fantastic coverage (imo) from ANNA news about Barzeh.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=6d7_1384564566

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ANNA is fabulous. I just wish Syrian soldiers would wear their helmets more. Ziad

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Dr Mengela in zionazi drag: Israel Agrees to Return Stolen Organs of Dead Palestinians http://www.globalresearch.ca/israel-agrees-to-return-stolen-organs-of-dead-palestinians/5358247 “Palestinians carry the body of Jihad Aslan during his funeral at Qalandiya Refugee Camp near the West Bank city of Ramallah Aug. 26, 2013. (Reuters) Israel has agreed to return organs of dead Palestinians harvested by its forensic pathologists during autopsies, Palestinian Civil Affairs Minister Hussein al-Sheikh told Ma’an news agency on Wednesday. Head of Israel’s Abu Kabir forensic institute, Jehuda Hiss, had admitted harvesting organs from dead bodies without the permission of their families. “We started to harvest corneas … Whatever was done was… Read more »
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How ghoulish. Ziad

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Nasrallah – We Won’t bargain existence of Syria for some ministerial posts

And this is interesting. Putin suddenly started showing interest in talking to Assad… What happened? lol

Putin Holds First Talks with Assad in Two Years
There were no conversations in the past two years — and by that I mean the wartime period,” Russian news agencies quoted Peskov as saying. Peskov explained that the Russian side had initiated the call because “right now we are entering a very crucial moment.”

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But the proof is in the Putin. He has been a stalwart friend to Syria. Ziad

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http://213.178.225.235/index_eng.html

Better working access to Syrian SANA News (at least for now).
NSA/Pentagon must be messing with SANA’s DNS or blocking the traffic to Syrian news otherwise. It looks like they are jamming the news from Syria like Soviets jammed news from the West..lol

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Poor bastards, they cannot take down the country with their terrorists so they take down a website, many yanks must be impotent…lol.

And this news of Putin not talking to Assad for 2 years is a load of BS, the source came from a pro west journalist and then plagurised, like many news sources i’ve been seeing lately.

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It has been difficult. But, luckily, I do not get much news from SANA directly. Ziad

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Israel is laughing out loud as well as KSA and Turkey. No amount of SAA-IRGC-Hezbollah-Kurdish forces can destroy or penetrate the heavily fortified ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra in Aleppo. Assad may have won just a few battles but not the war.

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Tactic is to move slowly village by village in order to kill more rats instead of forcing them into corner. Better to exterminate them slowly than dealing with scum after they surrender.

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But they can cut these terrorists off.
“The heavily fortified ISIS and Jabhat al-Nusra in Aleppo” will starve and will not have supplies.
“Israel is laughing out loud as well as KSA and Turkey” at both elements in the war. Once the war is over they will stop laughing 😉

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The war is over for the rats and for you. Go away and leave progressive and intellectual people alone. Ask your parole officer about that. ZAF

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One of the best E. Coyote moments, baboon operates rocket launcher.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=f78_1384586763

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It’s in today’s post. Thanks, Ziad

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Is this the same warehouse that rebels captured last week in Homs? New statement from Syrian army high command facebook pages.. – – – – – – – – – – STATEMENT FROM THE GENERAL COMMAND OF THE ARMY AND ARMED FORCES: After successful operations and accurate tactical maneuvers this morning the Syrian Arab Army managed to seize full control over the the Villages of Mheen and Hawarin and Al-Hadath, including the nearby ammunition depots South-East of Homs, which strikes a severe blow to Armed Terrorist groups that attacked the civilian population and some Military sites in the region, and… Read more »
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Yes, it is. Check today’s post in SyrPer. Ziad

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do not understand why russia is getting together with nato to try and fix syria. doesnt russia know that nato is actually behind the syrian crisis? i really do not understand what the russians are playing at. no one can be that stupid

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Maybe trying to understand Russia is very difficult?

“I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest.”

Winston Churchill – 1939

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“do not understand why russia is getting together with nato “ Is called diplomacy. Russia prefer to convince NATO and gulf states to stop arming terrorist ,than to point fingers of what they doing in Syria. It means Putin is more interested in the end of the conflict than justice .Putins knows well that western powers supply arms to Alqaeda ,and they also fully aware that Saudi Arabia is behind the terrorist chechens radicals in Russia too. But instead of starting a major war ,they still try to solve things diplomatically. They however have red lines.. and that is if… Read more »
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The Russians are not dummies. They recognize that some NATO members are contrite about their support for terrorism..The Russians are just driving wedges into the alliance, that’s all. Ziad

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I reported this in detail. Check my post two days ago. Thanks, though and light a candle for Mr. Fares. He’s gonna need it in Hell. Ziad

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https://twitter.com/Paradoxy13/status/401658601682796544/photo/1

dead hizbollah commander, all dressed up to go on a journey. where is he going ?

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watch it, motherlover.

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To Paradise, naturally. He’s not a Salafist or Takfiri. And by the way, why don’t you join him Mohamed Fares in Hell. Ziad

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http://www.globalresearch.ca/srael-grants-first-golan-heights-oil-drilling-license-to-dick-cheney-linked-company/5347779

israelis grant oil lease concessions to Rothschild company , in the Golan Heights, disputed territorial area. Nice of bibi to do such a thing.

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Oh that’s typical plunder for these Khazars. Ziad

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I support an investigation. I mean, who cares anyhow? Ziad

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The United States is no longer using Syria to fight a proxy war against Iran. That’s over. Turkey’s Erdogan regime, the Saudi’s, and the other camp followers of the throw Assad out campaign are stuck holding the bag, left to their own devices. To borrow a phrase, the United States has no permanent friends or enemies, just permanent interests. In this case, it is the rapprochement with Iran.

http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voices.php/2013/11/15/why-low-key-us-response-to-hezbollah-and

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I think that’s very interesting. I like seeing the Saudis thrown under the proverbial train. Ziad

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It is larger than rapprochement with Iran. It is a profitable detente with Russia and China. After enjoying their post-cold war rampage, the US has finally accepted that Russia are a superpower again. And unlike last time, they are economically compatible ( China too). So what we have been witnessing during Obamas administration is the final thrashing out of spheres of influence. The US gave their Israeli/Saudi/Qatari proxies ample time to destroy Syria with their traditional army of Wahhabi stormtroopers. However, the bravery of the SAA and the Syrian people threw a spanner in the works. So the US pulled… Read more »
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West architect of terrorism in Syria: M. Chossudovsky http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/11/16/335026/west-committing-war-crimes-in-syria/ “Press TV has conducted an interview with Michel Chossudovsky, Center for Research on Globalization, Montreal, about the issue of the Western proxy war in Syria and the fresh advances being made by the army of the Syrian government in its fight against insurgents backed by the West, Israel and some Persian Gulf states. The following is an approximate transcript of the interview, which appears on video after a short Press TV interview with retired Lebanese army general, Hisham Jaber. Press TV: How do you see the situation in Syria? Which side… Read more »
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I agree with everything in this interview. Very insightful. Ziad

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http://imgur.com/a/UkIJP

Russian soldiers fighting for the regime.

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It’s not a “regime”. It is a government. And this is not the first time the Russian army has been in Syria. Ziad

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As for Russians, not to sure what to think.

http://www.phantomreport.com/the-slavonic-corps-russian-mercenaries-fighting-in-syria

Appearantly these guys are employed in Syria:

http://slavcorps.org/en/about

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We welcome them. Ziad

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Here something i hope Syria gets from Russia

http://rt.com/news/russian-tor-missile-unique-794/

Or just maybe i hope the one Syria has has been upgraded.

now here something even funnier

http://rt.com/news/saudi-arabia-rare-flooding-844/

an act of God against the KSA?

Chevi

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Chevi VoR has a piece on this, as well: Russia developing anti-drone defense http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_17/Russia-developing-anti-drone-defense-4494/ “…In a recent testfiring, it destroyed all five of its fast-moving targets, three of them head-on, and the two others, by shrapnel from exploding warheads. According to Almaz-Antey, these targets were actually Saman drones…” A description of Saman target drones can be found here at page 103: Russian AIR DEFENSE SYSTEMS Catalog 1 http://defensetechs.com/wp-content/uploads/catalogos/EN/Armament%20and%20Defense/air_def%201%20defensetechs.pdf They are a target practice development of an older SAM known as Gekko in the west. The SAM version had a speed of mach 2-3, I don’t know if the target practice… Read more »
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One of the naval systems shown in the first video is called “Shtil” or Штиль, it means calm. This is a live video of Штиль:

Well, there are different kinds of Штиль. 😉

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Like you, I would love to see those weapons in Syria. But, I don’t think so. Not now. The floods in Saudia are great. I just wish more Wahhabis would die in them. Ziad

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Thousands to march against mainstream media in US, Australia, Canada, and UK http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2013_11_16/Thousands-to-march-against-mainstream-media-in-US-Australia-Canada-and-UK-5424/ On Saturday the 16th the group known as Anonymous intends to march in protest against mainstream media outlets such as ABC, NBC, CBS, CNN, and FOX News. The website for the march (MAMSM) claims that it plans “an attack against the credibility of the mainstream media in an attempt to steer its viewers away from its lies and towards alternative media sources.” Organizers of the protest are expecting several thousand people to participate. The marches will start at varying times in more than 70 organized locations, with… Read more »
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Anonymous to release Blackout OS – Anonymous

http://voiceofrussia.com/2013_11_17/Anonymous-to-release-Blackout-OS-Anonymous-4622/

Personally, I think it is one of those zionists scams. Don’t trust the obvious spooks? Have we got a solution for you…just trust us. Put your rebellious faith in us. Snicker, snicker. A more sophisticated version of moveon.org. Robles is being played the fool here. Anonymous is crawling with Israeli infiltrators and is probably run by them, as well, given some of their inexplicable past ops against Israel’s targets for destabilization and their totally lame moves on Israeli-American assets. It’s all theater.

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I love it and support it. It is time people are made aware that the mainstream media is a factory for lies and deception. Ziad

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http://www.mojahedin.org/wapEn/news.aspx?newsid=25550

Iranian dissidents will divulge secret sites next week, that are located in Iran that Iranian government has not disclosed to nuclear inspectors.

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ISRAEL TRYING TO SCUTTLE THE TALKS ANYWAY THEY CAN ESPECIALLY WITH LIES.

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MKO terrorists are under direct zionist control.

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Don’t look now but “arab spring” coming to a theater near you in beautiful Iran. The Iranian cities will look like Syria does now. It is written.

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Zio-fascist Jews and its minions have been saying since 2007 that there will be an “Arab Spring” in IRAN..very soon.. but that never happened.. The Iranians already had their Arabspring in the 50s when their democratically elected president was removed from power by the western powers.. and installed a dictator loyal to them instead. Since then the Iranians had learned the hardway ,the zionist tricks to destabilize Nations .. so they do not fall for those games anymore.. on top that IRAN does not share borders with enemies as it is Syria.. they have pakistan which they had always good… Read more »
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Be careful you don’t take some of this too seriously. Bad sources. Ziad

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Government being put to use for people, rather than just the parasites. Venezuelan president reaffirms determination to curb price hikes http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2013-11/14/c_132887165.htm “Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro Wednesday affirmed determination to control price, saying no one can “make me retreat from this economic offensive.” Addressing an official event in El Pao, in the western state of Cojedes, Maduro said a bill regulating prices, costs and revenue is ready to be submitted to congress to guarantee the public is charged “fair prices” for goods and services. Facing shortage of basic staples and a staggering inflation that stays above 20 percent for the past… Read more »
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I supported Chavez ,and will have voted for maduro if was venezuelan… but unfortunately for good or worse there is not a chance Maduro will be re-elected. He won the presidency by a hair and he alone have shown to be erratic and not a uniting force but a much dividing force than chavez was.. Maduro is Chavez but without its intelligence and charisma.. So basically Venezuela is doomed .and will be ruled by the Zionazi far right in the next election.. and must creepy thing of all ,is that they will win fairly.. because Maduro alone is doing a… Read more »
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Anonymous November 17, 2013 at 7:23 AM What a load of говно. You are using the same stealth zionazi tactic nopes does. The first part of your hasbara is simply negative psyops. But this: “Even Russian Oil Companies are moving away from Venezuela since they see now the country a big risk ,because they understand Maduro probabilities of winning the next elections are very low.” Is an example of zionazi lying. Russia, Venezuela Sign Energy Agreements http://www.rigzone.com/news/oil_gas/a/127487/Russia_Venezuela_Sign_Energy_Agreements In Venezuela, Russia’s Rosneft Quietly Expands Its Reach http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2013/07/02/in-venezuela-russias-rosneft-quietly-expands-its-reach/ Rosneft oil deals give Russia clout in post-Chavez Venezuela http://rbth.ru/opinion/2013/03/06/rosneft_oil_deals_give_russia_clout_in_post-chavez_venezuela_23567.html Putin Sees Venezuela Oil… Read more »
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@вот так i know more of venezuela than you do..and understand what is happening there.. I have said nothing wrong Maduro is an inept.. very unexperienced in politics.. and he alone is destroying chavism ,more than his enemies could. There is far better politicians Pro Chavez that the school bus driver of maduro.if i was Venezuelan will vote for maduro no matter how bad he is.. because the right wing Pro US/Pro Israel will destroy all the progress that Chavez achieved there. Maduro have good intentions but he seriously lack of leadership abilities and Political experience. He can’t even speak… Read more »
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Anonymous November 17, 2013 at 11:05 AM You took longer than I thought you would to reply, considering this site is one of your assignments, Israeli. Lukoil is a minor player in the consortium, and their leaving has to do with rivalry among the Russian companies. Rosneft has said they will probably buy up Lukoil’s 20% share of the Russian side. Your zionist Jewish written Reuters article is the usual negative zionazi disinformation and spin – like your spam. They, and you, want to present a negative spin, so they, and you, distort the reality in Venezuela. The same way… Read more »
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Viva Maduro, Viva Chavez. Buy Citgo gas. Ziad

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Splitting Jobar and zamalka, English text:

Mikhas.

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It’s almost like splitting hairs. It’s wonderful. Ziad

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