SYRIAN AIR FORCE THROTTLES ISIS AT AL-QAA`EM, ALBUKAMAAL; MANBIJ MOSTLY LIBERATED

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ALEPPO:

Al-Manbij:  This important town northeast of Aleppo has been occupied, terrorized and exploited by the FSA for over 2 years since it was attacked and the SAA withdrew from it.  With forces in Aleppo now freed to conduct other operations in the north, including A’zaaz, that situation has changed.  It appears from reports garnered from Wael that the appearance of the army around Al-Manbij compelled the terrorists inside to begin negotiations.  This, plus the promise of Amnesty, is now producing important results.  The only problem has been the entrenched criminal racketeers who are not interested in giving up their wealth and territory.  That narrative is being addressed today, as I write.

 

    

 

Look carefully at the map – scroll to a wider view and you can see the army now positioned to strike at Al-Raqqa on the southeast highway.  Already, reports are coming in, from our readers also, that the SAAF is conducting sorties against ISIS strong points around the city in a process that appears to be part of a softening-up strategy.  The belief is now that the SAA wants the ISIS terrorists to move eastward toward the Iraqi border as part of a coordinated strategy with the IA.

Bustaan Al-Qassr:  A confirmed 13 Nusra terrorists were killed here yesterday along with the destruction of 5 vans containing ammunition and one cannon.

‘Aamer Sakayf (a/k/a “Al-Shaykh”)

Qaassem ‘Abdoon

Aadam Nawaaf

The rest were foreigners who have not been identified yet.

 

Fighting intense in these areas: Karm Al-Jabal, Al-Saakhoor, Al-Marja, Al-Hilwaaniyya, Baab Al-Nassr, Al-Muyassar, Al-Zurba, Al-Indhaaraat, A’zaaz, Rasm Al-‘Abbood, Al-Shuwaykhna, Maayer.

 

IRAQ: SAAF HAS KILLED THE “COMMANDER” OF ISIS AT AL-QAA`EM.  THIS IS CONFIRMED ALTHOUGH HIS NAME HAS NOT BEEN REVEALED YET.  He was killed in a strafing by SAA Sukhoi bombers now active all over this area.

(Photo: The Aviationist)

 

 

Al-Ramaadi:  Near Tharthar Lake, the SAAF conducting several sorties east of west of Al-Ramaadi and west of Tal ‘Afar killing 7 cannibals among whom was:

Mu’tassem ‘Abdul-Rahmaan

 

CAVEAT TO READERS:  SANA and the Syrian Ministry of Information has been playing down Syria’s role in the air over Iraq because there was a belief that the Iraqi government of Prime Minister Nuri Al-Maliki did not want to publicize its need for assistance in the areas we just mentioned.  The disavowal by the Syrian MoI and blame cast on “biased media sources” for the reports puzzled us because it seemed that supporting the Iraqi government was a badge of honor.  We suspect that Minister ‘Umraan Al-Zu’bi will relent on this issue since the cat’s out of the bag.  SyrPer was the first to report the air assault on Tal ‘Afar, by the way.

 

MOQTADAA AL-SADR IS BACK!  HE HAS VOWED TO SHAKE THE EARTH FROM UNDER ISIS.  We will try to obtain unique reports about his return to the political scene and the revitalization of his Al-Mahdi warriors.


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Paul S.
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Other than inherit his surname, Muqtada hasn’t done a whole lot. I’m not very impressed by him at all. His coming out of the shadows is simply fanning the flames of sectarian violence even more.

Love the news on ar-Raqqah. Hopefully by Syria working with Iraq and Iraq they can soon neutralize this menace. Syria is doing the world a great service in putting down all the jihadi rats that have travelled the world over to party like it’s 699.

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Kinda agreeing with your Point of View,Al-Mahdi is feared by Iraqi Arab Sunnis(a.k.a. Saddamists),5-10 years ago,if al-Qaeda+Saddamist Militias killed Shi’ites,then Mahdi Army will be pissed and retaliate the same thing to Sunnis as a message,that’s the only bad things they do to get this bad reputation as an Anarchist group.

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You both need to take some time and look into what Sadr and his religionist leader have been saying of late you might be surprised.

Also look into what Muqtada has been doing of late and again you might be surprised.

Sunnis tribes in the south around Basra have joined Iraq army in this fight, most have figured it out it’s about Iraq and not your religion.

Paul S.
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Al-Sadr is not a good tactician, he never has been. He’s responsible for the installation of the stooge Maliki in the first place. As a figure head he carries his family name and the gravitas it possesses so he is certainly able to rally support, but anything beyond that he should really step aside and let brighter minds forge a strategy ahead. Bad news for Lebanon, but we all knew it was coming: http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/06/25/isis-may-open-a-third-front-in-lebanon.html I hope that ISIS is just acting like an overexcited teenager and blowing its load too soon, but Lebanon is very fragile atm. ISIS doesn’t need… Read more »
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Lebanon knows very well what secretarism is… i don´t think that the ISIL-ideologie of hate will find enough stupid lebanese people to join and massacre each other for the sake of Israel.

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The only way that Iraq can be saved is with Unite States intervention in force. Why can’t U.S, troops be pulled into Iraq from Germany where they are sitting on their hands? There is a forest fire burning and it is now being fought with a garden hose.

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The US made this mess and I disagree that the only solution is to get them back there. This can be stopped if the deep state government in the US stops helping terrorist organizations thrive. You can stop this by bombing riyadh and closing the CIA.

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US intervention is what caused all of this to happen. In order to make a permanent peace the Maliki-led government needs to be dismantled and replaced with something that serves all Iraqis regardless of religion or ethnicity. Something like the Lebanese model would be a good start to provide an all-inclusive government. This isn’t something that a few airstrikes will solve.

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Bringing in wolves to babysit lambs? Great idea – –

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Let’s recall Iraq had no real radical islamist presence until after the US led war on illegal pretenses started.

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It is all about Obama’s USSA, ZATO, NWO and their evil cronies getting people in countries killing each other and causing chaos. Get Iraqis killing each other, get Ukrainians killing each other. All to meet their plans like the Kurds giving Iraq’s oil to Israel.

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The US needs to take care of its domestic problems (pay debts to China) and leave that region alone. Now that Russia is trying to help, they (US+UK) are getting anxious and sending Kerry and UK foreign minister to cut deals. I think plan B from the west is now in effect since ISIS is getting defeated … I just hope Maliki is smart enough to play their games (agreeing with them but dealing with Syria, Iran and Russia)

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Finally the SAA is cleansing Aleppo with tangible results! I love to hear cities freed from the rats! Also Sayyed Moqatada Al Sadr shall crush the ISIS Inshallah, those rats are no match to the brave men of Jaish Al Mahdi (Mahdi Army) who didn’t allow the occupying forces of the U.S. sleep a night.

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So it looks like the SAA is getting ready to launch an offensive in eastern Syria

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After Manbij is liberated,then the SAA progress will be a lot easier in Northern Aleppo,I think SAA should start with the border town of Jarabulus,thus partially removing ISIS control in Aleppo(al-Bab serves as another HQ to ISIS in Aleppo)

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I have a question it relates to this map that give a pretty good territorial control lay out of Syria it was last updated on the 23 of this month http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Syrian_civil_war.png
How can The SAA conduct large ground missions in the middle of isis held territory?

Paul S.
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Are referring to Deir ez-Zor?

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No isis controlled east Aleppo

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Controlled means that they are hiding inside the cities and using the population as shield. They have few snipers here and there and they fire everywhere screaming Allahu Akbar. Just wait once they’re out of ammo (Assuming the borders are controlled)

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This is good news, it would be good to update the maps because you can see that there has been an enormous advance by the SAA, really spectacular. Instead of losing many men in reducing the terrorists in their entrenched positions in Aleppo, are pushing north to cut off their supply routes, and are now threatening the ISIS headquarters in Raqqa. Brilliant move, fail in Deir Ezzor Ez things have been slower by each more violent clashes between Nusra and ISIS that have forced the Chechens officially take Nusra match, taking away floor to Abu Omar Al chichani (ex soldier… Read more »
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Regarding the SAF bombing in Iraq, I can’t say this for sure but maybe they are downplaying it because the West had worked themselves up into a lather about it, claiming that the SAF killed 57 civilians. Moreover John Frankenstein Kerry is blowing off at the maw warning iran ans syria to back off. https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/12352-calls-for-un-investigation-into-syrian-air-force-targeting-iraq http://time.com/2925033/john-kerry-iraq-syria-iran/ So maybe in the wake of this continued international conspiracy they are just staying mum on the whole deal. Frankly it is probably for the best. All I can say is God bless every last one of them and the SAA, SAF et al… Read more »
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Well said Dudley

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Yeah, Dudley. Almost every slimy move they make is predictable, now. The Green Weenies will blow that dam, scatter some scrap tin around, and claim it was SAAF. Same old, same old – –

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IRAQ is to blame for damaging Syria reputation , they need to come forward a say that they have authorized the Syrian Airforce in coordination with IRAQ airforce to conduct bombings in IRAQ whenever IRAQ as for help.. Maliki is an Idiot , he have a big problem with terrorist in his country and his ineptitude does not allow his real allies to help.. Instead he keep asking for Americans to “help them” to combat ISIS.. he should be fired for being an Idiot.

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https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/news/middle-east/12352-calls-for-un-investigation-into-syrian-air-force-targeting-iraq “…..The warplanes of the Syrian regime yesterday bombed the Iraqi border city of Qaim, which led to dozens of dead and wounded civilians, according to a tribal source in Anbar province…..” Its revealing how the MSM has adopted this narrative by “a tribal source in Anbar province” as the official version of events of Syrian attacks on the ISIS weapons convoy being sent into Iraq from Saudi Arabia and it has been reported this way in many MSM news outlets today. Despite the threat of ISIS the western demonization/Hitlerization of Dr. Assad continues apace. It seems Pepe Escobar was… Read more »
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Yeah, the presstitutes never quit with their drivel. Here’s a link to a pretty well done theater map. Updates are noted in the upper right margin. M has done a really good job – – now if we could get the other battle mappers to update the area maps, that would be good.

http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

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how many more of these accursed villages and towns are there? it seems never ending. and ziad the area that isis controls how big is it in area. and how populated? there is the threat that the americans may bomb syria under the pretense of getting isis. what would the saa do in such circumstances? a very interesting dynamic

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Absolutely David, that is exactly what the United Snakes of America are planning right now, bomb Syria to as a pretense to get ISIS, which is a CIA Afghan Opium/Saud funded terror org to begin with. The Nobel Peace prize winner has already asked congress to fund the CIA terrorists in Syria to help fight the CIA Terrorists in Syria

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This is marvelous news. I am amazex by SAA reaching Al Manbij and freeing it up, a clear by pass of Al Bab, by the way, is there an encirclement of Al Bab, before reaching Al Raqqa, it is recommendable to secure supply lines in Al Bab. Great move to push for Al Raqqa while ISIS is having fun in Iraq, time is critical, once it falls, al ISIS precense in northern Syria will be fragile. Push on mighty SAA.

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Probably the main purpose it isn’t attacking immediately Al-Raqqah wich probably will be heavly fortified, but estabilishing a strong-hold to slow down the access from the North- East of the country to ISIS, to choke even more Aleppo City and the rebel-helded suburbs in North Aleppo.

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Well given we see ISIS on the march in Iraq, JNA in some measure purportedly joining forces with ISIS, and last week 10 military retardates from the FSA millitary council quitting last week do you know what time it is? It is time for Barry the Bumhacker to ask congress for half a billion dollars to “arm vetted moderate opposition.” Yeah right, that’s a real knee slapper because the moderate opposition is now largely fighting on the side of the SAA or living in Amsterdam eating pancakes and smoking weed. http://www.timescolonist.com/obama-seeks-500-million-to-train-and-equip-vetted-members-of-syrian-opposition-1.1159388 There you have it folks. Criminality at its finest.… Read more »
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Yeah you can’t make this shit up Dudley, all of their funded terror groups have failed in Syria now they are trying to fund another one. I first leaned about it on Zionazi media today, how they were spinning it that Obumba is trying to save Syria by funding yet another terror org. Would anyone ever take the Nobel Prize committee seriously anymore after awarding one of humanity’s biggest mass murdering tyrant’s the Nobel Peace Prize? I hope the next peace prize they award it to Tony Blair

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Here’s a link to M’s theater map. He’s doing a good job, and I like it. Hope y’all do, to.

http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

RVD
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A fairly scathing article on John Kerry Some Vets call him the chameleon

http://johnkerry-08.com/war/bendell8.php

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Quite biased as it is British channel 4 TV, but still a document of Hezbollah’s devotion for the right cause:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cc0tMp53fE
Unfortunately Al Raqqa isn’t a town bordering Lebanon.

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Sean in New York
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Just a heads-up, but Obama is trying to get the rebels $500,000,000.00

Send our taxes to ISIS?
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Send our taxes to ISIS?

He wants to give them our tax money? why doesn’t he send them his savings and his retirement money?

Arklight
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Why doesn’t he just drop the next ten of his vacations, and 6 months greens fees?

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This guy is more stupid than Bush, ……and Bush was a nut!

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I’m not surprised that a politician is doing the public denial foolishness. That’s what politicians do, mostly. I agree that SAAF helping out the Iraqis is an honorable thing to do, and what one might expect of a good neighbor but, hey! I’m no politician. With any luck this help will give the IqAF enough breathing room to get some aircraft and ordinance Politicians always try to mealy mouth around anything they even THINK might be important, instead of saying, ‘Hell yes, we’re helping ’em out! ISIS is the common enemy of every human upon the planet, but Iraq is… Read more »
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Arklight! – Not ALL politicians. “Egypt’s recently elected President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi on Tuesday pledged to donate half his monthly salary of nearly $6,000 and half his wealth in support of the Egyptian economy.” http://www.skynews.com.au/news/world/africa/2014/06/25/el-sisi-donates-half-his-wealth-to-budget.html
Thumbs-up for President Sisi !

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Sisi is an American puppet who bows down to the Zionists. That is why the Saudi King didn’t even leave his plane when he landed in Cario, Sis went like a slave to his plane to get his next orders.

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True, and true. But that leaves a vast pile of things he is NOT, that Morsi WAS. Such as a religious fascist, who was going to have his anti-terrorism done by MB gangs. Like, a sectarian extremist who allowed progress towars a Sharia Islamic state despite Egypt’s 1% Coptic Christians, who his MB thugs were slaughtering. Morsi was a two-faced elitist who cut a deal with the IMF to drop subsidies on food, and starve poor Egyptians. And a warmonger who urged his MB maniacs to go to fight against Assad, while planning to go to war against Ethiopia! Sisi… Read more »
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Politicians, as opposed to Americans, or Syrians, or Egyptians serving in public office. We are two blocked with politicians, but we have managed to elect enough Americans that it might – – just MIGHT – – make a difference.

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Impeach or destroy
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Incredible duplicity,the usa has really lost its way…Wondering does US military have any feeling towards the white house usurping all their effort in Iraq by funding ISIS ? Grow some Balls Please ! Think of your DEAD..

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While americans get Foodstamps and Detroid lay down, he gives away the money to islamic terrorgroups, which hate the USA. 🙂

I bet the US-Soldiers, which are send to Iraq (as help against ISIL) are really there to save the rats from beeing smashed by the SAA.
Wait some time and you will see that they are really there to help the islamists to get the upper hand in the war.

Arklight
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Green Weenies? I remember them hooked up with CIA in Operation Phoenix – – I’ve no use whatever for anyone who makes people walk home from a helicopter ride over the South Shina Sea.

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The Saga Of German Weapons For The Arab World http://www.eurasiareview.com/25062014-saga-german-weapons-arab-world-oped/ On June 11, 2014, it happened again. Under pressure from the opposition in parliament, the German coalition government led by the Christian Democratic chancellor Angela Merkel admitted that the country’s military exports in 2013 had grown again, this time by 25 percent compared to the year before. The government was also constrained to reveal that most of the weapons were exported to Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Qatar, Pakistan, and Israel. But, even as of today, you can assess what these political principles are worth. Since years, Germany has been selling… Read more »
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Who finances ISIS?

In the aftermath of its conquest of Mosul, the jihadi organization ISIS has been recognized as the richest terrorist organization in the world. Where does its money come from?

http://www.dw.de/who-finances-isis/a-17720149

Anonymous
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Money = Qatar, Saudi Arabia, USA, Israel
cheap Cannonfodder = sunni islamists from all over the world

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The Mahdi Army wasn’t as good as the Naqshabandiya Men. They used primitive tactics of massed assaults.
But against islamist hordes, what else can work? I’m not sure if I should be happy that Sadr is back in black,
but I do hope that somehow this useless Maliki will be replaced once the situation has been largely stabilized.
Do it now! Putin told Maliki he supported every action to destroy the ISIL offensive. What are you waiting for?

KILL THEM ALL

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It’s not that simple. Maliki has a lot of pressure from the west, especially now that Russia is wiling to help. He must know that the US has a conflict of interest since it protects Saudi Arabia. Therefore he must cut a deal with Russia for some kind of limited protectorate.

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You must be misinformed. Sadr is an Islamist himself, albeit with zero Islamic credentials. He’s a wannabe Ayatollah without the schooling. He’s pretty much the GWB of Shia Islamists.

I don’t knock using Islam as a base for laws. It’s no different than what existed in the West where our laws were shaped by Christian values, until they were attacked by rootless cosmopolitans.

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Don’t forget the Roman influence, Napoleon and the Saxon Mirror when you’re talking about the roots of Western Law.

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The dark, Evil Force behind the great spiritual deception, behind Talmudism, behind the Evil Jewish Leadership, and behind and the Jewish One World Agenda is also the very same Dark Force behind the Judaising of Christianity. It is the very same Dark Force that plotted the death of Jesus Christ, his Apostles and followers and orchestrated the persecution of the Early Church. It is, of course, the Ancient Dark Force, an Active Principle in the Created Cosmos, better known as Evil.

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Jason
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As i said before why would America intervene straight away when it has the Assad regime, Iran, Turkey and others to do its dirty work. You people have no idea what is going on, the pathetic regime representative Bouthaina Shabaan is in Oslo meeting with Western leaders and think tanks in order to auction off Syria’s independence under the banner of ‘fighting terrorism’ and ‘unity government’. All of these amnesties in Syria are designed to allow Western connected politicians to ‘play a role’ in the Syrian government. The Damascus mafia regime has sold the blood of the Syrians for naught… Read more »
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” …..trying to make it appear as though Syria is victorious.” ???????
OK Jason. You win. It’s really the rats who are winning and it is the rest of us who are in denial. Now wipe the foam from your lips and take another pill, that’s a good lad.

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I’d be interested in hearing Ali al-Sistani’s views on the current situation. I’ve always respected his wisdom and pragmatism.

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It’s time to declare unity between Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. All three are the targets of this CIA sponsored Caliphate project which is designed to use extremists to fight America’s enemies. Notice ISIS is not threatening Israel, but it is supposed to be for “Iraq and Al-Sham” The target is the resistance. The resistance are Shia. Therefore, this is a war on the Shia. Everyone should rally to their defense, but in sectarian terms that doesn’t happen. Israel wants the Kurds to declare independence and then let Sunni Shia fight it out to the death. The Kurds won’t engage ISIS… Read more »
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Syrian not Arab.Whoever you are i am with you.Syrians are not Arabs.We are Arrameans and are truly shemetic.We had been overun by ISIS 1400 years ago and are being revisited by these same lunatic islamists once again.We shoild dissasocite our people from these dirty Arab League.We should readopt the Aramaic language and kiss those suckers goodbye.Align with no one and spare ourselves from these ungodly people.

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How could the troops arrive Manbij? If we look at the card of syria it´s not contrested and in the hands of ISIL, while all citys around are also in terrorists hand?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/88/Syrian_civil_war.png

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Syrian_civil_war_detailed_map

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I am with you. I don’t really understand how SAA got to Mabij without any news about troops passing through al-Bab, kweris, Deir Hafir or kafsah. Has SAA broke the kweris base ISIS cercle?

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Isn’t it all desert out in that area so it wouldn’t be hard to move troops around.

Slawomir
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In my opinion It’s impossible to capture Manbij without capturing al-Bab first. Maybe this has been done by special forces or paratroopers ? Let’s wait for confirmation from sources.

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http://news.yahoo.com/obama-seeks-500-million-congress-help-moderate-syrian-193135415.html;_ylt=AwrBJSDCeKxT_SMAJjfQtDMD The goal is to get an “own Afghanistan/Vietnam” for Iran. The US-Government hopes that Iran invades to prevent the destruction of the shiite Shrines, and then the majority of the Sunnies stand together against Iran. So the uSA have no more power to fight an expensive war for Israel, but with a bunch of Money they want to finish Assad, Hizbollah and Iran. And what would be cheaper and easyier than a horde of suicide-bombing sunnies who bring down the last enemy of USisrAel in the middle east. Expect a serie of bombings and killings of important persons in… Read more »
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‘The resistance is Shia’. LOL. I was correct when i said a few days ago that this page is full of Shia sectarians. ‘Syrian not Arab’-Denying the Arab culture of Syria is a sure sign of Western or Iranian influence.

As for the Syrian army at Manbij this is highly doubtful especially since the army cannot even secure Al Bab. In fact its pure fantasy.

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Hi Mentant!

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Anon – Tres amusant! As Jason himself is often inclined to say “LOL!” ……”LMAO” even.

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Sending in American inbreed idiot´s who dont even have a clue about their own “culture”, let alone that of others is out of the question. It is most likely that they will HELP this Saudi creation isis to sort of clear Syria and disintegrate Iraq to a Zionazi controlled Kurdistan & tribal areas, only to deal with them later if and when they would go for the Zionazi entity. The US (israel) is not interested in defeating ISIS at this point. Syria & Iraq should ask for Russia to intervene, who could do so with air raid sorties from air… Read more »
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You should all bookmark this. Most Reported Deaths in Syria Have Not Been Committed By Assad Regime 51,212 civilian deaths reported by SOHR includes 24,275 rats As rats aren’t civilians or people, 26,937 humans died. As Assad killed the minority, Assad killed less than less than 13469 civilians. What does most mean in the English language? It means more than more doesn’t it? Let’s say 80% Therefore Assad killed 5387 civilians. I am guessing that Syria is normal country unlike Australia where home ownership and career comes ahead of family life. So women and children Therefore Assad killed 4310 women… Read more »
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Thanks Frank. Nice work. Thumbs up from me.

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Assad killed no one you moron.. he is the president not a fighter. His order is only to protect the nation from terrorism.. If civilians die ,which can happen is because the terrorist fight in cities and use them as human shields.. But the Syrian army have been as careful as possible . They could have easily taken All Cities just bombing everyone and leveling cities to the ground but they instead go street by street in every city , and whenever they bomb a city they have intelligence that tells them where.. to do it.. so stop spreading your… Read more »
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Aside that is impossible to create a list and say who killed which civilian and how for every casualty , Anyone that comes with Bullshit list ,taken by phone in london from people that were not present in any battle have to be the biggest joke ever. Not even the Syrian army can say for certain the casualties in Syria without access to the place they bomb.. yet people working from london comes with bullshit list saying that Assad only killed a few hundred children..but nothing more.. lol

Frank Reitzenstein
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Dear Anonymous, I am a PhD candidate in Physics. What you saw there was an estimation. If you are a tradesman you would have learned about that if you had stayed at school one year longer. The figure I came up with was a reasonable upper limit. When there is insufficient info to do a calculation you have to set limits in this way. Anonymous all measurement has error. The point of this exercise as clearly stated EVEN by the Corrupt Council on Foreign Relations, THE CONTEXT is that these figures are at odds with media reports by a FACTOR… Read more »
Frank Reitzenstein
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This was the title of my post:

Most Reported Deaths in Syria Have Not Been Committed By Assad Regime

No I don’t use the word Regime myself. OK ignore my post. What else is left? Mainstream media? John McCain. Full of wisdom that man! Oh and I forgot John Kerry.

Also United nations have stopped counting.

Frank Reitzenstein
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I use mainstream references deliberately when I am likely to be critiqued by the mainstream. Otherwise they will say. You can’t use Assad’s statistic, he is a liar. You read godlikeproductions? you’re a loony. Alex Jones. Alien Ascension Newsletter?

Let’s face it getting the mainstream to admit that they lied is the way to go.

richard sanchez
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richard sanchez

How did the SAA get past Al Bab? Can we get a map of the SAA advance in territorial gains in north east of Aleppo province? Because I’m not seeing any advance on the ground? No news, No open source video’s of SAA’s big advance. Any articles at all saying this?

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Maybe Syrper is hacked and trolls do damage here…

Ozsceptic
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Ozsceptic

SOME NEWS TO MAKE YOU ALL SMILE!
Today, the Washington Post reported that 400 American drones simply “fell out of the sky,” at a cost of billions! These weren’t tiny hand launched model planes but, in most cases, Predators, Raptors or Global Hawks. Some were as large as airliners with highly classified payloads costing millions in surveillance gear.
Others we are told by sources at the upper levels of Pentagon command, crashed because they were overloaded with drugs from Afghanistan!!!! http://journal-neo.org/2014/06/26/bungler-central-america-s-secret-spy-base/
Hate to use Jason-speak, but ……… LOL!

richard sanchez
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richard sanchez

Sorry Bro, your comment is way misleading like most on SyrPer. It sounds like 400 US drones have fallen out of the sky all at once. I don’t mean to take the party out of the American haters here but the truth is they have not crashed all at once. This number is a total for the program almost from its inception, 400 have fallen in peace and conflict zones expectedly over the last 13 years! Most have been lost in Afghanistan, probably shot down.

Your misleading website.
http://journal-neo.org/2014/06/26/bungler-central-america-s-secret-spy-base/

Washington Post, honest, even when it pains the USA/Zionism.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/national/drone-crashes/database/

richard sanchez
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richard sanchez

IS this some kind of propaganda story again (sigh) of another SAA advance that didn’t really happen? I really hate ISIS terrorists and would love to believe the SAA jumped 20K of terrorist controlled territory to threaten ISIS’s Manbij. I love the truth more so I just can’t buy it. Just yesterday ISIS kidnapped 140 Kurdish schoolboys and took them to their stronghold on Manbij? This doesn’t sound like a city threatened or surrounded? Regardless, it would be great news if this story which seems like another round of Assad style propaganda was in fact real.

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/isis-allegedly-plans-turn-teens-suicide-bombers-article-1.1845000

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2670487/ISIS-kidnaps-140-Kurdish-schoolboys-brainwashing-suicide-bombers.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2014/06/26/Report-ISIS-Brainwashes-and-Radicalizes-Captured-Teens-Towards-Jihad

Shinaydeen
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Shinaydeen
In fairness, Ziad is not making any grand claims about Manbij. He says he received a report and does not assert it as a categorical fact. He carefully qualifies it: “It appears from reports garnered from Wael that the appearance of the army around Al-Manbij compelled the terrorists inside to begin negotiations. This, plus the promise of Amnesty, is now producing important results.” Note ‘it appears from reports’ …. and these reports refer to the ‘beginning of negotiations’ . There is no big victory claimed and there are and have been plenty of towns where the SAA has made progress… Read more »
spinworthy
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spinworthy

Snachez, seriously? nydailynews, dailymail, breitbart.
No wonder you have a problem with the truth.

Anonymous
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in a maliki interview he is reporting Russia and Belarus will supply used combat planes ready to fly to IRAQ.
he also blame Obama for taking so long to deliver the planes he bought but not yet delivered to them ,that had Obama supplied planes to IRAQ on time ,he could have stopped ISIL invasion.. How clever Obama to delay the planes. ? LOL Is there is any doubt Obama do not want the ISIL fighters to be hardly beaten?

SaveIraqSyria
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SaveIraqSyria

Yeah, it’s obvious now… US advisors just showed up in Iraq…for what? It’s all staged…
Maliki should ask for Iraqi money back and sign a security deal with Russia.
Those guys (west) have no dignity. They know that you know they are lying but still can confront you. Just read the expression of there faces when they meet with Maliki…

Anonymous
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A military source said that the army recaptured Beit Jneid quarry and the electricity station of al-Mantiqa al-Thalitha after having eliminated the terrorists’ last gathering in those areas

http://www.syriaonline.sy/?f=Details&catid=12&pageid=10839

SaveIraqSyria
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SaveIraqSyria

The outcome of all the BS from the west will lead in a stronger Syria and Iraq with more experienced and equipped military ready to fight…

Snackbarian
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Snackbarian

Dear Ziad… I have seen the Mahdi Army in action against the US Army. They were not too effective.
But if they use the same approach against ISIL, it would work quite well. It’s basically Sunni secterians
fighting against Shia secterians with WW1 tactics: massed assault and mass casualties. But there are
more crazy Shias in Iraq than ISIL idiots.

PS: no offence against Shia crazies, as long as they don’t work against Russian interests 😉

Snackbarian
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Snackbarian
I agree with that. And Iraq got 6 new Russian jets or is getting them now. But what good are jets against ISIL without recon? They are only good at scaring away Turkish jets. I hope that is what they will indeed do. Here is my thinking: I have known Maliki and his ilk since the later years of the Iraq War. Maliki is basically a much bigger Yanukovich, he is the very definition of an lawful evil character. But in this case this evil has allied itself with a side that is a key partner to Russia. That side… Read more »
Fencer
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Fencer

The jets Iraq has received (6 Su-24s) are not there to deter Turkey (TAF 400+ F-16 plus other combat aircraft), these Sukhois are ground attack aircraft (aka the flying tank; they have Titanium cockpits). This plane is a very effective at slaughtering targets on the ground. In addition, these craft permit the use of larger amounts of Syrian air assets, providing political cover on airstrikes carried out by SAAF deep into Iraq by allowing claims that it was done by Iraqi Airforce.(SAAF uses Su-24s to turn Saudi raised Pigs into fertilizer).

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