ERDOGHAN: ACT OF WAR!; TURK RODENT SHOOTS DOWN SAAF JET IN SAR AIRSPACE; RODENTS WIPED OUT IN ‘ADRAA TOWN IN SPECTACULAR AMBUSH A LA AL-‘UTAYBA; FIERCE FIGHTING FOR KASAB IN NORTH; INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COURT ACCEPTS CASE AGAINST ERDOGHAN FOR TERRORISM; NEWS AND COMMENT

LATAKIA: Erdoghan, embattled in Ankara and now in Strasbourg, France, as the International Court of Human Rights has accepted a law suit filed by prominent Lebanese attorney, May Al-Khansaa.  In order to deflect attention from his corruption scandal that resulted in over 1,500 of his party members jumping ship, Erdoghan has given the order to his rats in Turkish-Occupied Syria to fire at Syrian aircraft to create an international incident.  He is going to get exactly what he wants.

NATO does not have to help a member who has been guilty of aggression against another state.  This is an act of war as the Syrian government is producing incontrovertible evidence that the aircraft was in Syrian airspace at all times and was flying parallel to the border lines of Hatay and SAR inside Syrian airspace.

We can confirm that Turkey’s actions have come as a direct result of not only Erdoghan’s domestic problems, which are legion, but because this effort to disrupt the International Highway between Aleppo and Latakia was viewed as “critical” to the survival of the rat armies funded by the Saudi Arabian chimpanzees.  Wael tells me that the Turks are becoming increasingly sensitive to thousands of Alqaeda rats on their territory and want them redeployed on SAR lands.  That’s not going to happen.

Kasab:   The Zionist-supported rats of the Jabhat Al-Nusra and Al-Jabha Al-Islamiyya (yawn) are putting everything they have in this battle to secure Kasab.  As of this hour, the SAA has confirmed killing 328 hyenas with a confirmed 829 wounded, as spotted by monitors all over the hillsides.  The terrorists are taking a drubbing at the hands of the SAA, NDF and Ba’ath Party militias.

The following rat leaders of this fake Islamist Satan worshiping army of rodents were killed in fighting yesterday:

Muhammad Kifaah Abu Sa’eed (LIBYAN MONKEY SPUTUM. Leader of ‘Umar Al-Mukhtaar Battalions, yawn)

Abu Qataada (A LEADER OF AHRAAR AL-SHAAM, yawn)

‘Abdul-Muhsin Al-Sharkh (LEADER IN AL-NUSRA)

Yusuf Sa’ad (LEADER OF “BRIGADE OF THE OPPRESSED”, KATAA’EB AL-MAZHLOOM)

Ahmad ‘Eid (ANOTHER LEADER OF THE OPPRESSED)

‘Aadel Ghulaam (MOROCCAN SARDINE ODOR. a/k/a Abu Walaa` Al-Maghribi)

Other commanders of the rodents were killed but we are waiting for a list of names.

We are following events carefully today in Kasab.  We are particularly interested in how Iran will react to this in light of the Mutual Defense Pact binding both countries. We also are watching the Russian fleet in the Mediterranean to see if Moscow detects a plan here that might involve United States neo-con rodents.

DAMASCUS:  The day before yesterday, a column of terrorists entered Syrian from Jordan and faced the same fate as their rat litter-mates just south of Lake Al-‘Utayba.  These Zionist-controlled vermin drove into another perfectly planned ambush with the SAA and NDF opening fire on them as they triggered one mine after another with their pick-ups decked with 23mm machine gun cannons.

I knew about this event just like most readers from the media, but, hesitated to publish it because I was expecting a full report from Monzer with rat-stats.  Unfortunately, Monzer was sent to western Damascus for some duty and I did not get the report, yet.

 

HOMS: Very quiet on Saturday and Sunday. The rats have no life left in them.  We can affirm that another 24 rodents have surrendered to the security services yesterday in Old Homs.  All are subject to conditions of the Amnesty Law, 2013/70.  They have all vowed to abjure terrorism and return to a normal life.

QUNAYTRA:  To the south, 14 rodents killed at Lesser Al-Daawiya.  All were carrying evidence of being involved with the Zionist terrorist settler state.

DER’AH:

Al-Muhijja Town:  SAA foiled an attempted infiltration to the International Highway.  All 15 rodents were killed. I have received no names.

Simleen at the stone quarry: Rat casualties but no report.

Janeen Village south of Khabaab: SAA and NDF seize large quantity of weapons and ammunition in a truck.  All came from Jordan.

Hiraak – Nimer Road:  SAA killed the following:

Abu Ahmad Al-Khirbaawi (Id pending)

Daawood Lijaati

‘Arfaan Abu-Janaadila

Hassan ‘Ayyaash

Another 4 could not be identified.

Fighting and many rat casualties reported here:  Al-Naaziheen Camp, Al-Karak and the Irrigation Canal Zone.

Fighting in the city near the Old Customs Building.

ALEPPO:  Intense battles are raging as the SAA is making substantial progress in enveloping this great city:

Grand Omayyad Mosque in the Old District.  1 pickup with a 23mm  and 2 armored flatbeds were destroyed.

Al-Shuwayhana, Icarda, Baabees, ‘Anjaara, Kafr Naahaa, Ataareb, Khaan Toomaan, Jubb Ghibsha, Central Prison (SAA attacked), Khaan Al-‘Asal, Maa’rrat Al-Arteeq, ‘Anadaan, Handaraat, Bishiqqaateen, Zhahra Al-Shurfa, Kafr Sagheer, Al-Layramoon, Al-Mashhad, Dhahar ‘Abed Rabbuh, Al-Mansooriyya, Shaykh Sa’eed, Industrial Zone West and Castillo. 

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NEWS AND INTELLIGENT COMMENTARY:

John Esq. sends this article proving that John Kerry has Jewish religious roots even though he looks and talks like an Irish Catholic:

http://judaism.about.com/od/jewishgenealogy/a/jewpas_kerry.htm

Tony Cartalucci does it again with pinpoint accuracy. For those following the chimera of the WMDs, this is invaluable (Thanks, Bot Tak):

http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2014/03/syrias-recent-victories-betray-last.html

Gman sends this great video of enraged Turkish citizens trying to lynch a terrorist mercenary rat being brought in for treatment at a local hospital:

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/03/21/turkish-people-attacked-terrorists-in-syria-who-targeted-security-forces/ 

NSNBC again reveals a not-well-known fact about planned Turkish intervention in Syria which was prevented by the Turkish army reading SyrPer.  I mean that.  The Turks did not know that Syrian Army missiles were aimed at 18 hydroelectric dams until I published that fact based on what I knew about General Rajiha’s plan:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/03/22/turkeys-akp-wanted-army-enter-syria-three-years-ago/

This article is too nice to Kuwaiti terrorists.  They are, in fact, completely inept and bring out the most characteristic quirks of apes:

  http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/03/23/syria-unknown-role-of-kuwaits-salafis-in-syria/

If you want to know why Pat Buchanan should be president of the U.S., read his take on the crazy foreign policies of these Baby Boomer presidents (Thanks, John Esq.):

http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/03/patrick-j-buchanan/the-evil-of-nato/

 

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Thank You

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Welcome. Ziad

david
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ziad, what missiles would destroy that turkish dams. surely they are well spread over the country? would one missile do the trick? would syria use its eskanders for this or are they saving them for a rainy day?

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Why is there no effort from Syrian, Russian, Iranian Intelligence to Euthanize Erdogan? Much problems in that region would be gone with him.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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We don’t want him just euthanized; we want him dead. Punkt! This vermin should not have ever been allowed to lead a country, much less, a political party as reactionary as his. War! Ziad

Maria Engström
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Yea, euthanization is kinda a euphemism for assasination, so I kinda meant that.

Raymond Dillon
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Maria because Turkey buys billions of dollars of Iranian oil and Russian oil pipe lines run through turkey to Europe, that leaves Dr. Assad, i have always thought that Dr. Assad was too nice and decent of a human being and sometimes this works against him, but i agree with you he should have expanded the war laterally a long time ago into SA, Qatar and Turkey, i know Syrian intelligence knows how to do this.

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Maria, you cannot go around killing leaders unfortunately, if erDOGan is killed then others will be fair game, and that includes the ones you like, as much as i hate to say it.

Canthama
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These attacks by Turkye have fingerprints of NATO all over, clear provocation to bring NATO killing forces to Syria and create another front to fight Russia. This is a clear as water. Have to say I am surprised with that though nothing should surprise me from Erdogan. A pity to see Turkey going this way, thing will get messy from now onwards, SAA and Hisbollah should be prepared for more provocations from Israel in attempt to create two fronts of provocations and split SAA’s attention. I agree with you Ziad that we need to follow closely Iran and Russia’s movements… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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We all his hydroelectric dams in our sights. Not even the Biblical flood will match this one. Ziad

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I really like the first picture of the unfunny joker erd we gan( Arabic for monkey went crazy) erdogan, I also like the picture behind him of attaturk the traitorous jew as batman. all the best wishes for the valiant SAA, NDF and the ba’ath party in their battle at kasab. I would also like to thank Monzer for all great work keeping us up to date. the turks will one day regret their treasonous and traitorous actions. all the best to you Ziad and your fantastic team.

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erDOGan hates alewite and shia! erDOGan hates Mustafa Kemal Ataturk! Father of the Turks! He who defended his country against Ottoman traitors and all other emperialsts! Lenin helped Ataturk! Ataturk was no jew! He is a muslim and he always said: peace in Turkiye, peace in the World!

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I agree. Ataturk was not Jewish. Ziad

hussein
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you are both mistaken, ataturk was a donmeh jew, this is well documented and researched, the donmeh jews lived in the ottoman empire, they converted outwardly to Islam but inwardly they remained jews, kamal attaturk was one of them, go do some research if you think I lie. the borhan( evidence ) here is that he changed the Arabic script to latin so that the turks could no longer read their Quran. attaturk was most probably a british jewish agent, they made a hero of him after the battle of gallipolli which the allies may have lost on purpose to… Read more »
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i have to add here as well, that there is evidence of another hidden jew, a jew who has destroyed the biggest arab country, a man who claimed to be a Muslim, but may in fact have had a jewish mother. a man who under his despised leadership we lost Jerusalem to the zios in 1967. a man who until today is called a hero, this man was gamal abdel Nasser. I don’t have evidence for this right now, but it makes sense to me. the british supervised Nasser’s coup(revolution) when they were sure their man was firmly in power… Read more »
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He was absolutely no Jew. He was a scary machiavellian person though. I mean he might have ‘saved’ his country and was the right man at the right position at the right time but he killed half a million christian civilians and created the idea that Turkey is a nationstate while a quarter of Turkey is Kurdish, Arabic or Laz. The Turkish forced assimilation stuff is because of this man. Modern day Turkey is mentally stuck in the 20’s and 30’s, in romantic nationalism. This is very harmful…

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Stop spreading your lies, troll. Using names like Hussein misleads no one. Your hasbara handlers are scraping the bottom of the barrel if all they can come up with are regards like yourself.

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It is idiotic to think Atatürk was a Jew. His mother was very religious actually, she even wanted to send him to a Quran school instead of the school for civil servants he later attended. His father was a simple government employee and trader from Salonica. Obviousely ‘Turk’ in that time had no ethnic meaning, even today Turks are an extremely diverse people as the Turkish nation is made up of Turkified Anatolians and Balkan peoples. Mustafa Kemal might have had Balkan blood but I remember that his family (or one of the sides) were originally from Anatolia. But then… Read more »
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Ataturks Mother was Sunni, his father was Alevi, but he wasnt any religious at all…Erdogan is not real turk, he admitted himself… Peace for Middle East

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Don’t forget Wael. He covers Latakia and Aleppo as best he can. We will win at Kasab. Ziad

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Why would Erdogan accept an attack from Turkish soil. That is a major game changer which i think the Turks do not like. Wonder what the unofficial point of view is from the Turkish military. Do not think Turkey, Iran nor Russia want an all out war. To speak alone ‘the west’.

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I believe erdogan has been given leave of his senses and this happened some time ago. You have ( as ziad intimated ) a double whammy of him needing a distraction for political cover as well as needing to assist the rats in any way possible. It is clear the west and the gulf goof troop are increasingly desperate as they push to escalate at all levels militarily and politically. To the stats about the hundreds dead and wounded around lattakia i read that the saf are bombing with a ferocity not seen before so i’m reassured to see this… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Even Turkish psychiatrists have written about the obvious change in Erdoghan’s personality – paranoia and the like. Moreover, the Turk high command in 2012 refused to plan an attack on Syria for reasons having to do with uncertainty about its success. The Turkish people do not want war with Syria and I think that the relationship with Iran is jeopardized here. In any case, Erdoghan is looking at other problems also that will lead to his ouster. I also adopt Dudley’s response. Ziad

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What is wrong with this guy? Is Erdoghan insane?

Invading Syria? This is pure wishful thinking!
As if Syria would stand idle and watch his country invade from this fascist idiots. Turkey, too,is very vulnerable. Syria could easily destroy tourism in the Mediterranean Sea.

Iran, Hezbollah and Russia would not allow that.

I hope Iran gives this idiot an assertive reaction.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Don’t forget the hydroelectric dams on the Euphrates. They are soft targets. And, Yes, Erdoghan is insane. Ziad

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Informative article as usual. Pat Buchanan is right. Is the US willing to fight all these wars? Presstv had an article a couple of days ago stating the US has a defensive agreement with 54 countries. They are willing to come to the defense and fight enemy (that has nothing to do with them) of these countries but cannot find money to help veterans or food for families. I strongly believe if Dr. King was alive today he would not agree with anything this “president” has done. Dr. King was a strong opponent of the US intervention in Vietnam and… Read more »
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New Yorker Dr. King would have nothing to do with the miscreant occupying the white house calling himself “president” Dr. King was for getting out of Vietnam not going into other countries to kill and destroy innocent people, and remember what the great Mohamad Ali said when he refused to go to Vietnam to kill innocent people, he said “no Vietnamese ever called me nigger” that’s a profound statement.

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Thanks for reminding me what Ali said. It rings true today as when he said it. It always amazes me how real history is no longer taught in schools. A lot of people do not know he was against Vietnam. They only know of the “I have a dream” speech which he never called it in the first place.

Raymond Dillon
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Oh Dr. King was totally against the Vietnam war and imperialism in General, Dont forget it was Dr. King Who went to Northern Ireland to be with the Irish when the British tried to liquidate them in the 60’s much of that history is missing too, if he were around today he would no doubt support the people of gaza/Palestine.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I agree fully. Ziad

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Thank you, Ziad, for your hard work and dedication to delivering solid, reliable news. We are very grateful to you and your son Leith and all of your sources in Syria. Again, thank you.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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And don’t forget Fadi. Thanks, Ziad

Ali
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By the way:

I would like to join “hussein March 23rd, 2014 at 11:35 AM [Level 3 – Praetorian] “.

Dear Monzer – thank you for keeping us updated on the reality on Syrian Soil.
Your information on the reality on the ground is very very important for us!

I only trust and rely on what you tell Ziad.

Thank you very much for your great work you do for mankind.
Travel safe!

Best wishes to Syria!
Ali.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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On behalf of Monzer and his wife: you are welcome. But, don’t forget Wael. Ziad

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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On behalf of Monzer and his wife: Thank you. And don’t forget Wael. Ziad

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Hopefully, the Turkish people will drag that baby faced butt bandit from his limo and give him the sort of “tribute” Mussolini got in the end..

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I’d like to see him hanging like a “Basturma” from a hook. Ziad

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Dear Ziad
Thanks for the excellent updates.
SAA liberated al-Zara and Yabrud, but Do these gains accelerate the extermination of rodents in Homs province? Al Houla region, parts of Homs city and al-Rastan are still under vermin control

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The entire western part of Homs is now firmly in the hands of the SAA. Al-Rastan is being deloused daily and the rat presence there is becoming rarer and rarer. They can’t survive without supplies. Many are surrendering for Amnesty. Al-Houla is almost completely rat-free. And, yes, the gains in Al-Zaara and Yabrood accelerate the demise of the rats. The only problem now is Lebanon. Ziad

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I have been sure about the Turkey’s plan to attack Syria. When Turkey’s top generals resigned en mass in July/Aug 20011, I suspected that it was due to their objection to Erdogan’s plan of open attack on Syria. Erdogan was angry. This is a real psycho. But still. Turkish parliament voted for war with Syria, too (like the Russian parliament voted with Putin against Ukraine). So Turks are responsible for it. Not just that rabid Erdogan. This doesn’t change much. Turkey waged war against Syria all along. It was a terrorist war. There is no way that terrorists can take… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I have published much about Syria’s strategy if it were attacked by Turkey. I published my views when this site was a blog. You can find those articles by going top http://www.syrianperspective.blogspot.com. and Zoogling them. Erdoghan is trying to distract attention from one humiliation to another. I don’t believe Iran will stand idly by and the Russian navy will be involved. Don’t worry. Erdoghan’s days are numbered. Ziad

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Erdogan needs a diversion. His sex scandal with the Turkish beauty pageant queen is starting to appear in all the newspapers. What a joker! This Muslim Brotherhood POS know’s he’s going down and will do anything to stay in power, including start an all-out war with Syria.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Is his girlfriend like Helen, the fact that launched a thousand ships? Ziad

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And here is additional video prove Edoghan is supporting terrorists to cross the Turkey border :
http://youtu.be/4N8XmutI7f8

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The evidence is overwhelming as it is against the Saudi apes. Ziad

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Ziad, thank you for all your great updates ! You are very very very professionnal.
I wonder how the rats deal with the 328 dead and 829 wounded in Kasab…. That is a huge pile of bodies…. These rats should gather advice and go directly back to the vermin controlled Turkey where they were treated so ‘nicely’ by the nasty homely airDOGone.

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That is a good point, the nbrs are simply huge, 829 wounded would fload all Hatay province hospitals treating rats, not Turkish people, what a cost to Turkey heatlh system….can not believe the wounded rats are treated in Syria, hopefully not.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Many of the wounded are treated in field hospitals and in the refugee camps. We wish them a slow recovery or a slow death. Ziad

Snackbarian
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oh but lenin was and most of that bolshevik terror band.
thank god for stalin, who purged the state.
all hail the assads.
fuck erdog.

chabraque
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Well Stalin did not succeed because my parents survived.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I liked the way Stalin handled problems. He made them go away forever. Ziad

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The big missing player here IRAN. They is no reason IRAN that have 2 millions army ,not being in Syria fighting the rebels using Syrian army or hezbolah uniforms ,thats the only reason they are attacking Syria is because Assad refused to betray them and align with Israel. Syria is attacked for its support to IRAN and Hezbolah and IRAN missing in action. Just a report of March 14 last week Aljazeera Shows the picture of 90 alawis kidnapped ,people that will have never been kidnnaped if Syria had enough soldiers to protect those zones. To say the least very… Read more »
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I agree, the west and gulf states grievance with Syria is it’s relationship with Iran. This exhaustive effort against Syria is about this relationship. Not condoning the west or the gulf states- their actions have been horribly unethical let alone irresponsible.

But nonetheless, it feels like Syria is fighting Iran’s battle due to it being a signatory to a defense pact with Iran. Iran supplies some cash and light weapon restock. But otherwise, is completely absent from this affair while Syria is sacrificing it’s countrymen and heritage and future.

CHEVI789
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While i understand your frustration Iran has to be careful not to give the west a pretex to attack it, who wants to be the one to trigger WW3?, let the west do it and history can never write that Iran, Russia etc started it. Just let them do what they are doing now which is a great support in weapons and intelligence.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Syria has not yet invoked the 2006 mutual defense pact. There is no need at the present for that. Iran is very involved in the conflict and advises the Syrian government through general Qassem Sulaymani, supplies the SAA with advanced weapons and pays for many advanced weapons from the Russian Federation. The mere suggestion that Iran will be involved is enough to scare most enemies. Ziad

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The Twitter Bird Has A Name,search the above
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The Twitter Bird Has A Name,search the above

Freemasonry’s Young Societies vis-a-vis Muslim Brotherhood Al-Qaeda Nov 25, 2002

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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You forgot the link. I would find such a comparison interesting. Ziad

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Hello Ziad,Thanks for all your hard work,There is a link but it says This page cannot be found,copy and search the whole title,its by by John Daniel

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As Erdogan tries yet again to instigate a response from Syria by shooting down a jet, the Turkish people show how they welcome terrorists to their hospitals.
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=0e6_1395591400

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I posted this already two days ago. I guess the rats don’t have Blue Cross/Blue Shield. Ziad

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USA didn’t have accept that the war in Syria was lost by their mercenaries of Al Qaeda. Trough their puppets as Turkey, Israel and Jordan is trying to create another end of the war. BUT SYRIA WILL WIN !!!!

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Thank you. I agree. Ziad

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I enjoyed listening to your very informative radio interview Ziad, it was nice to put a voice to your regular posts here on SyPer. I get the impression this is a crucial time for Syria on many fronts, the rebels seem to be throwing a lot into a pre planned offensive in different areas.

Best wishes to all those fighting these terrorists.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Oh, their offensives just come and go. So far they’ve lost more territory than the French behind the Maginot Line. And thank you for the nice comment. I try to get on as many shows as will have me knowing the mainstream media is aversed to having anyone defend the Syrian government. Ziad

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Ziad please keep us updazed about Kasab as much as possible. I’m getting information the situation in Latakia and Kasab is increasingly tense. Its hard to get any real News. Do you think Militants have entered the streets of Kasab or are they in the surrounding areas only.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The situation is only tense because the rats have been given longer range mortars capable of reaching Latakia. Otherwise, reinforcements are arriving and the SAAF is having field blowing them into smithereens. The photos alleged to be of rats inside Kassab are fake. We know Kassab and that ‘s not it. Ziad

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Those are fricking Russkies. Those murderers are well equipped and well trained. Russia is responsible for those terrorists. Thousands of thugs cannot get out of a country (especially a country like Russia) without the spy agencies knowing about it and allowing it. The best case scenario is that Russia wanted to get rid of them and let them go fight against Syria. But this may be something more sinister on Putin’s part. The Ukrainian fight didn’t change his anti-Iran stance a bit. Israel is happy. So what does he do about Syria behind the scenes? I saw on TV a… Read more »
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Przestań jebany chuju uprawiać tutaj swoją żałosną prosyjonistyczną propagandę, żeby ludzi podzielić i zamącić w głowach. Jak mi się zeche, to cię znajdę śmieciu, a bardzo byś tego nie chciał. Więc stul głupi ryj i wypierdalaj.

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And here we have a Polish Jewboy..lol.. He threatens to “find me”..lol..
Maybe a Jewboy agent working for Russkies?…lol… They are delusional…
But he certainly loves Russia and would do anything for it. But why this Jewboy talks about Syria? He loves Russia, not Syria.. So?

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If Putin was such sell-out, he wouldn’t be hated so fanatically by the Zionist controlled West now would he?
You just don’t like Putin because he is a human being and the last defence against the Tribe controlled Central Banks who are looking to subjugate the world.
Looks like you favour psychopaths.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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These videos are a horrorshow. I can’t come back to the website once I get on a tape. I’ve got to see them another time when I can spend time. Thanks, Ziad

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I burst out laughing when I saw this:

Israel closes embassies all over the world as diplomats go on indefinite strike http://rt.com/news/israel-diplomats-indefinite-strike-717/

Part way there. Now if they make the closure permanent and the rest of the world pulls their embassies from Israel… ;D

It’s possible the zionazi’s may use this closure to engage in some nasty ops, though.

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I look forward to seeing some mainstream media news blaming this on Iran and Russia. LOL.

If this is on the level and not some harbinger of doom ( as you say), perhaps AIPAC needs to work harder to guilt some more money for the motherland. Maybe our NERD IF CHIEF Harper will use some of my tax dollars to help out being the seditious assclown that he is.

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Just today benjamin the mongoloid mileikowsky, mordant war criminal and asshole par excellence stated his intention to destroy those who would dare step in the way of the ethnic cleansing of palestine.

http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_23/Israel-to-further-destroy-those-who-plan-and-carry-out-attacks-against-Jewish-state-Netanyahu-9551/

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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It is funny. I mean, I don’t really care about their stinking diplomats. But, it’s nice to see the Zionazis suffer. Ziad

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[…] balans bijzonder zwaar in de rangen van de door Turkije gesteunde en bewapende terroristen. Volgens Syrian Perspective werden in de regio van Kesab 328 rebellen gedood en raakten er 829 […]

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Of course we can ignore everything and remain in a state of denial or exxagerated jubiliation, but it seems the last couple of days have been very bad for SAA/NDF: a) continuing rebel advances in Derah and Quneitra b) Base 559 in Qalamoun taken (many tanks destroyed by rebels or abandoned by SAA) c) General Yousef Abbas from the 4th division killed in Bleiramoun, Aleppo d) Khan Shaykhoun in south Idlib/northern Hama either fallen or short before e) SAA/NDF under major pressure in Morek, Hama with many armored vehicles destroyed f) Hilal Abbas, commander of NDF in Lattakia killed g)… Read more »
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You have any links for what you are saying, you know like back it up. It will help or are you just believing the spin.

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yes, I have.
f) regarding the death of Hilal al Assad (not Abbas as I wrote above), who was Lattakias NDF commander and Bashar al Assads cousin, this is pro regime Addounia:
https://twitter.com/addouniatv/status/447806784820895744

c) General Sami Abbas or Yousef Abbas death reported by pro regime media:
https://www.facebook.com/shouhadaa.alwatan/photos/a.379683072160840.1073741828.379650608830753/467146633414483/?type=1

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I reported the death of Hilal Al-Assad today. He died with some of his troops, about 7 of them. RIP. Ziad

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Yep, I see some truth on the list, but I can not see any major strategic change though, some short term wins for the rats. I do see that a lot of those in your list are either desperation or helped by outside terrorist allies such as Israel and Turkey. Can see them sustaining those places for long. On the other hand, all the key wins lately belongs the SAA, I mean with the long term effect ones : 1) Southern Lattakia/Homs boarder with lebanon rat free. This will create a re supply issue for the rats in Homs and… Read more »
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I hope your assessment is better and more accurate than mine, but if we take Kesab for instance: Is there any objective evidence for “the rats dying by the hundreds”? The problem I see is that visual evidence for SAA/NDF successes is quite rare. If you only take the last 3-4 weeks there were clear videos of rebels blasting tanks, BMPs and other regime hardware along with destroying checkpoints and outposts. To my dismay I saw videos of 100-200 SAA/NDF/Hezbollah killed. The video of the capture of base 559 with a lone regime Mig trying to save the base in… Read more »
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Evidence from Kesab is poping up as we speak, in my point of view their offensive from the north and from the south is to pull back forces from Qalamoun and from the encirclement of Aleppo, a desperate move in my point of view again. Videos do not necessarily show the reality on the ground, a lot of videos this past week on base 559 were in fact from Sept/Oct last year, it is a propaganda war and tough to track the reality. On the Qalamoun offensive, started early 4Q13, I do not have ay official stats, just info from… Read more »
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There is a report that Turkey army is directly leading an invasion from Kesab into Syria with thousands of special forces and trained fighters here are the numbers they reporting of their casualties.. – – – — Sources from Turkey report, 380 killed ,170 wounded and 275 missing terrorists ( trapped,surrendered or killed) in the battles in northern Latakia. Among them and Turkish Intelligence. – The Terrorist were able to overun some places but Syrian army is pushing them back and Syrian army is receiving reinforcements , and apparently the fight is very intense. This looks to be the place… Read more »
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What is important to notice is that the Syrian army is now ,not only encircling Alepo but fighting right at the borders with Turkey.to close the borders.. The presence of the Syrian army at turkey borders ,when used to be controlled by Terrorist is not small thing. And the encirclement of alepo almost complete is neither. Now that NATO is backing down with Ukraine ,Russia will be able to focus more on Syria.. and with luck IRAN to stop eating shit and start to help their ally not only with bread but with real soldiers that Syria will need. Im… Read more »
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Keep in mind the SAA are first and foremost looking to deal with this problem rather than market their success on liveleak. Given the recent escalation by the west et al, I think it is clear what the tone and tenor of the war is at this point. I agree that rat success videos on the internet are disquieting ( and heartbreaking ) but they are clearly in a propaganda war. The fact that the Israelis have attacked, the Turks have attacked, diplomatic ties have been frozen by the US all seemingly out of nowhere, conveniently, immediately in the wake… Read more »
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You are clearly a ZATO disinfo agent and propaganda shill. The way you use the words “rebels” and “regime” in one of the signs that give you away. We know which side you are on, and you do not belong to “we”, so stop pretending. You think you are being sneaky and perfidious but you are just primitive and transparent pathetic hasbara troll. So fuck off.

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Blatant hasbara troll detected

Canthama
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Sorry for the typo, I should have said : “can NOT see them sustaining those places for long”. Again my bad.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The rodents are on the run. They are not able to hold territory and today, they are not even able to try to hold territory. This is the endgame. Just watch. Ziad

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Yes, the criminals are on the attack after several towns liberated by the SAA. No surprise there. Coming weeks will tell if they have any real effect. Their previous offensive in Latakia failed. Qalamoun and north of Hama needs to be liberated so the combat troops can move towards Aleppo and/or Daraa.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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It’s happening. Although the rats attacked Kasab, as of today, they are on the run and the reinforcements haven’t even taken up position. Qalamoon is obviously liberated and north Hama is not a problem. Aleppo remain to be deloused. Ziad

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There have always been some setbacks, but the tide won’t change. Some smaller defeats were painful, but not that important strategically.

The problem is a possibility of an open attack by Turkey and Israel. But this is when Iran comes into action. They will attack Turkey, as they promised.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I agree. Ziad

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Canthama
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Woow, this is great map, tks so much, it clearly shows that the Turkey Government is indeed involved in this offensive, look at how many crossing areas they have used form Turkey, impossible to happen without Turkish Army help. ErDOGan is risking all and an impeachement process if the Turkish people react to this undesired aggression. Time will tell.

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More maps here:
NATO Patriots deployed in Turkish Border Range + Al Qaeda Invasion from Turkey

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=20f_1395609153#W4I80fqOiAtv58pV.99

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The page has expired. So, I can’t comment. All I can tell you is that the rats are definitely on the run. Ziad

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Interview with the downed SAF pilot with English subs. The pilot wants to be back to action asap. Touching, his voice changes in the end, emotions when he says he wants to be back to action.

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The most sincere wishes for speedy recovery for this brave pilot. And thanks forhis service to humanity. Long Live Syria!

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Thank you. Ziad

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Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Good stuff. Wael did not report any Turks being killed. Ziad

Canthama
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The more a look to this “terrorist/Turkish” invasion to Kesab, the more ended up concluding it does nto make any sense, this is a highly mountainous region, very very little villages for pillaging (a key need for the rats), and though a tough terrain for combating it is not impossible for a defensive force with air power to cause huge casualties on the offenders. The Kesab region is close enough to other terrorists front such as Salma, but do not see any key strategic gains there but taking the last Turkish crossing point on the hands of Syria, even that… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The Salma front collapsed months ago. Salma is very close to my wife’s hometown of Slinfeh. We are not the least bit concerned about Salma any more. But, it is abandoned and nobody wants to return yet. I have written, as you have intimated, that Erdoghan needs to distract his critics and enemies. Ziad

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Video interview of SAA hero who bastard breath erdogan bragged about shooting down.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oIXCMLJTuys

Odd how he ended up well into syrian airspace while erdogan the bugger ( literal bugger ) claims he invaded turkish airspace.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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He even raises my morale. I know his name but I will not reveal it. Ziad

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You will never see John Kerry and Herman Munster in the same place at the same time..

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I like Herman. He had a heart of gold for a “monster. As for Kerry, he continues to look like the bumbling court jester (at least it’s free entertainment).

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Why not. Both look like Edmund Muskie. Ziad

Strogobor
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May be SAF should, like IAF, strike only from a safe distance? Best wishes to the Syrian people, government and the armed forces.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The pilot was clearly not expecting to be attacked by Turk aircraft. Ziad

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[…] A ZIAD FADEL REPORT (Syrianperspective) […]

the zionist league in australia,still pumping crap!
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the zionist league in australia,still pumping crap!

Will Moldova be Russia’s ‘next victim’ after Crimea?

Date March 24, 2014 – 11:59AM

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/world/will-moldova-be-russias-next-victim-after-crimea-20140324-hvm00.html#ixzz2wqMBxZok

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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It is such rubbish. Slow news day. Ziad

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There are a couple of possible scenarios: -Erdogan is showing to the West that his state could be useful not only against Syria but also Russia. In exchange the West will pretend to be up in arms over Erdogan’s ‘human rights’ abuses but in reality it will let him pass. Erdogan may finally be declaring his readiness to the West for his regime to be the spearhead against Syria. -This aggression against Syria is in retaliation for Syrian army gains especially at Yabrud. This would be consistent with the stepped up attacks on cities by the terrorists since Yabrud fell.… Read more »
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Press TV is clearly pro-Syrian, although it’s too bad they call the rats “militants” and not “terrorist”.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Yes, but the economic relations cut both ways. Moreover, Iran is quite serious about its ability to protect Shi’is in Lebanon and to participate in the anti-Zionist Front. Don’t be too cynical. Theocracies like Iran’s can surprise you. I think the only reason for Erdoghan’s actions are to create a diversion in times of immense stress. I think he’ll fail. Ziad

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[…] ERDOGHAN: ACT OF WAR!; TURK RODENT SHOOTS DOWN SAAF JET IN SAR AIRSPACE; RODENTS WIPED OUT IN ‘ADRAA TOWN IN SPECTACULAR AMBUSH A LA AL-’UTAYBA; FIERCE FIGHTING FOR KASAB IN NORTH; INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COURT ACCEPTS CASE AGAINST ERDOGHAN FOR TERRORISM; NEWS AND COMMENT […]

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By the way, in Serbia turkish jew supporter have new nickname: Mr. Twitter Erdogan.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Ha ha. Twitter Erdoghanoghlu. Ziad

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While is being reported that Russia is moving its warships near Turkey border as a warning to Turkey and assist Syria airforce.. Look the help IRAN give Syria after the attack of Turkey… quote ” Iran urges Turkey, Syria to exercise restraint” .. LOL What a joke.. how can any IRANIANs not feel ashamed of themselves of their government turning their backs on Syria ,just to not dare get angry Turkey so they can continue buying their oil. What kind of bullshit defense pact Syria signed with Turkey? IRAN is the big missile player in the Syrian Conflict. What a… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I understand your feelings. But, remember this, without Syria’s government, there is no access to Shi’a in Lebanon or Palestine. This is a major consideration for the Iranian theocracy. Ziad

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The bastard turks now Syria cannot attack as they are part of NATO, but the jordanians on the other hand are not, now let’s say Syria hits the training ground of terrorists in Jordan, america has no right to interfere.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The NATO treaty does not come into play if a member state aggresses against another state. The protector of Jordan is the U.K. and the Zionist Settler State. The U.S. under Obama would just give logistical help. LOL. Ziad

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patience is a virtue

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday congratulated the military for downing a Syrian warplane near its border and warned of a “heavy” response if its airspace was violated.
Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_03_23/Turkey-warns-Syria-against-trespassing-after-jet-shooting-incident-5215/

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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He is not distracting anyone from his problems. They still want him out. Ziad

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What happend to the pilot?
Did he survived an is save now or is he in the hands of the cannibals?

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He survived and was interviewed. The words he spoke, captivated me.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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See Viva Syria’s response. Ziad

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That old Kerry article! His grandfather made shoes; he keeps putting his foot in his mouth. “The Forbes family amassed a huge fortune in China trade” is a rather coy euphemism for forcing opium onto a subject nation (David Cameron’s family made its money the same way), which activity no doubt explains John’s contempt for international law. If the Kerrys reached the USA in 1905, how could their branch “have been sent to a Nazi concentration camp”? Katz might just as well have argued that if the Kohns had emigrated in the 1840s, they could have made a fortune in… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Instead, they have tied themselves to Theresa and her 57 varieties of catsup. Ziad

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Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Now that is weird coincidence!

Check out what I just found in my mailbox:http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-66JIhnZKsns/Uwz7fGu8iQI/AAAAAAAACXc/OSYrNn-xmBo/s1600/Kerry+is+Jewish.png

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I’m really surprised because: funny, he doesn’t look Jewish. Or whatever that means. Ziad

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The Iranian role in Syria is very questionable to say the least. What is known as Daash is simply an extension of Iranian militias from Iraq into Syria. These militias were well known after the occupation of Iraq and worked hand in hand with the Americans to derail resistance against occupation troops by fomenting sectarian warfare instead. Suicide bombings, assasinations, desecrations of holy places were all the work of these militias which they have now repeated in Syria with increasing brutality. There are forces in Iran which hate Arabs more than they hate Israel, and the proof is there for… Read more »
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9000 Dead In Iraq’s Deadliest Year 2013: While Obama’s Iraq President Maliki Pumps Oil To Muslim Brotherhood Strongholds Of Turkey & Jordan!

December 23, 2013 by Volubrjotr
http://politicalvelcraft.org/2013/12/23/9000-dead-in-iraqs-deadliest-year-2013-while-obamas-president-maliki-pumps-oil-to-muslim-brotherhood-strongholds-of-turkey-jordan/

Nini
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what the fuck are u smoking man . If the Iranian hate the Arab so much , then they should hate all their 12 Imams including the prophet who was an ARAB.

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I may understand the frustration from many on how Iran is behaving, it is tough geopolitics and each country has its own issues, the way I see Iran can not go “all in” into Syria because it would open its flank to an attack by the coalition of the killing at home, not to mention the whoel sanction thing that affects Iran to get their economy moving in the right direction. Iran gains more in supporting Syria and Hizbullah with weapons, military trainers, backstage negotiations and last by not least some IRGC fighters under covered. In the past two years… Read more »
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People, I would not attack Jason with such vehemency. He does bring up some valid points that need to be scrutinized under a more careful objective eye. Firstly and most importantly, the Ayatollah Khomenei was in exile in Paris!! Do you know what Paris is? It is the seat of the masons’ Grand Lodge of the Orient. If any of you are familiar enough with the arcane and mystic world of masonry, then you would clearly know that Paris is probably the most important masonic center in the world; it is where the masons created their “revolutions lab” to spread… Read more »
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This is the disinformation or misinformation I alluded to in my comment about Ziad’s interview. ISIS was not formed with any help from Iran. They are radical wahhabite satanists who are, as we know, the mortal enemy of the Shia ( and everyone else for that matter). Any idea that ISIS in syria is pro Iran, yet in Iraq ( a shia government generally ) they are suddenly apparently anti iran and trying to overthrow the government is somewhere between absurd and schizophrenic. ISIS is on the same team as the US, the Saudis, Israel. End of story. As Maliki… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Iran is a theocracy and prides itself on promoting the Shi’i brand of Islam and protecting co-religionists in Lebanon, Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s commitment to Syria is obvious: the need to be a part of the Confrontation Front against Zionism and to protect Shi’is in Lebanon and Syria. Whether they provide oil to Turkey or not, they have a mutual defense pact with Syria signed in 2006 which Damascus has yet to invoke. Iran’s contributions to Syria’s military might are legend. As far as Daa’esh is concerned, I don’t ot believe they are of Iranian provenience, but, instead of Saudi… Read more »
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iR9VVQ9PchY#t=40 turkish people attached terrorists and wanted to take then from hospital and lynch them..

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I posted this 3 days ago. It’s pretty funny. Ziad

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Lattakia … … current hot spot since turkish terrorist erdoghan shot down syrian jet, but there are reports … “… that Russian warships which were positioned off the shores of Tartous have set sail towards the Syrian-Turkish border off Lattakia …” the front there is in full swing … “… Combat helicopters and warplanes are incinerating Erdogan mercenaries attempting to enter Syria through the Turkish Border, while huge explosions in “Salma” resulting from fierce shelling of Terrorist strongholds …” “… withdrawal of armed terrorists from Talet al-Sakhra region of Lattakia” … NOW the turkish people are called to initiate massive… Read more »
Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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Thank you. I’m afraid that Salma is not available for use any more by the rats. However, there are reports that some rodents are heading in that direction to avoid the devastating fire power of the SAA and SAAF. They will be killed. Ziad

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This war begun long before we were born
BANNED– nick berg killed in Abu Ghriab Military base evidence proves nick was killed in military base Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=eac_1296554505#5LYkWMFtjPX5TZHo.99 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
dudleydoright911
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I like your style on the names and you are right. Ephesians 6:12 is right on the money.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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The belief is that Abu Mus’ab Al-Zarqaawi personally beheaded this poor kid from Pennsylvania in front of a camera in a scene humiliating to Muslims, I’m sure. If he was killed in Abu Ghrayb, then, let the U.S. explain. Ziad

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the darkness is in your brains

psy·cho·so·mat·ic Crack
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i can reveal that our minds and intentions extend way beyond our brains into the world around us and even into the future,As the Greeks say;all matter is subordinate to thought.

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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I did not know gray matter is dark. Ziad