The M5 Highway: The Last Hope for the Syrian Opposition

The Damascus-Aleppo International Highway – better known as the M5 – is one of Syria’s largest highways that links two of the most densely populated provinces: Damascus and Aleppo. The highway plays an integral role in this war due its geographical location, as it is situated in the heart if Syria. Unfortunately for the terrorists, the M5 is their last opportunity to obstruct the SAA’s methodical offensive in Aleppo. 

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The Syrian Opposition supporters are feeling optimistic about their victory at Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib; however, they are missing an imperative piece of this equation – Morek. The SAA is advancing at Morek and the continued offensives in south Aleppo and northeast Latakia only tightens the noose around the Opposition’s neck. If the SAA captures Morek, then all roads lead to Khan Sheikhoun – the terrorist’s “Battle of the Ardennes Forest“. History does not favor the terrorists in this case because just like the depleted German Army in the Winter of 1945; it’s either win the battle or lose the war. 

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Why do the terrorists lose the war if the SAA captures Khan Sheikhoun and Morek? It is simple: Idlib is the terrorists last hope at maintaining a military presence in Syria. See, Aleppo is going to be liberated; it’s not a question of “if” anymore. The question we should be asking ourselves is “when”. The SAA will solidify Aleppo’s safety and victory with the liberation of the M5. The M5 is the answer to our question.

-Leith

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robertlgomez
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M-5 domination will be no miracle victory as long as supplies for the rebels are coming inbound from Turkey. Regarding finishing the war, there’s lots of rumors I’m seeing online of Saudi Arabia and Iran talking about cutting a deal on Syria similar to what happened in Lebanon in 1990. Assad would remain president and the post would be guaranteed to an Alawite, but with diminished power. The prime minister would be a Sunni from the Syrian opposition (I’m guessing legal opposition) and would hold executive powers which have been the strict domain of the Syrian president since 1970. The… Read more »
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To be honest, that I like the idea of having different religions in parliament, but it should involve Sunnis that are not terrorists.

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Why should Saudi Gayrapia have to say something in Syria after the war? The sheiks shoud see how to deal with their returning jihadii-buddies, cause their own life (fucking little boys, drink alcohol, prostitutes etc) isn´t like the life they should life under sharia rule (like they wanted it for syria)…wait some time and the first tunnels will detonate under their palaces.

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A tentative deal is on the making, backstage actions are boiling, Syrian Government amnesty announcement yesterday was coordinated with Iran’s visit to Turkey and all followed the smashing victory of Dr Assad and SAA advances all over Syria. I wish this could be true, but it will be difficult to compromisse with a opostion Sunni living abroad and with little to no support from Sunni’s in Syria. We will see how it goes, meanwhile the SAA must crush the terrorists ASAP.

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Regardless of what deal is made by the Powers, there is no way some terrorist groups will accept peace unless Dr. Assad is exiled to London or New York. A treaty may be signed and the bombings and terror acts continue. Brahami ran into this trouble in trying to get the parties together.

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Deal with Saudi Arabia? Are you crazy? Will you negotiate with the people that murder your family?
Assad will never support any deal with Saudi Arabia.. IRAN can Fuck Off and continue befriending
Syria enemies , but Syria will not.. You negotiate with a terrorist and later they will back stab you whenever less you expect it.. Assad simply should CRUSH all the Islamic Terrorist the more the better.. terrorist killed in Syria are terrorist that will not return to their respective countries to terrorize others.

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Iran is a true friend of Syria, how dare u insult Iran. Iraq and Lebanon are also good. Algeria Egypt and Libya are also good at heart. Qatar Saudi Arabia Israel turkey are bad though.

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Fuck Them outside players. Syria will decide what to do.

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So there is some whiz bang deal in the works that would see a sunni presence in the syrian government? As opposed to the large secular sunni presence already in the government LOL!

As if the government now is ruled by an iron fist of the alawite community alone.

If Saudi Arabia hadn’t assasinated him via a massive car bomb ( along with many others ) the top military man in Dr. Assad’s government would be christian.

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Dudley,Somewhere at the bottom of this ‘deal’ is money. Lots of it. Syria doesn’t seem to be a major benefactor in a deal between Iran and KSA, but there is the huge new petroleum reserve that’s split between Iraq and Iran; KSA is running out of oil, so how’s this for a scenario: Syria is neutralized through the outside manipulation of its fundamental governmental structure, at which time Iran and KSA knock out Iraq leaving KSA and Iran to grab up the oil. Syria, due to built in fractures cannot interfere, leaving Turkey free to expunge Syria (if it can),… Read more »
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This is an inappropriate resolution that Saudi would try to force on Syrian people. One that will guarantee a Saudi direct line into the power halls of a future Syria. Look at the paralysis of Lebanon that cannot make any decision without the permission of the Saudi King. You want to allow them to replicate this? Why do you think they have spent so much money screwing everything Syrian? Because this is what they wanted all along, to turn Syria into a Saudi client state. Right now, the government is represented by various mixes of the same ethnicities, and the… Read more »
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The idea of a Syrian settlement was pitched during a meeting between current Iranian president Rouhani and Erdogan as they had a long private meeting together in Turkey yesterday.

Insights?

http://dunyanews.tv/index.php/en/World/224786-Iran-president-visits-Turkey-hoping-to-fix-trouble

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Working to put Syria back on the tourist map http://www.euronews.com/2014/06/09/working-to-put-syria-back-on-the-tourist-map/ | The Syrian Ministry of Tourism has launched an initiative to reactivate the industry. Called “Syria shines once again” it aims to show potential visitors it’s safe to travel to tourist sites in the country after more than three years of civil war. Actress Hana Nassour joined a group invited to visit historic Seidnaya in west Damascus, in the first of many trips intended to re-boost the tourist trade. “This is the first trip launched in the world of tourism in Syria,” she said. “We enjoyed being among the first… Read more »
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I have it on a good source the Australian government along with it’s cronies are giving terrorists that have fought in Syria sanction to come into our country unabated, i know someone who knew a few in the camps for refugees, they gloated about going into Syria and killing a few ,mainly Shiites as well as many others, mind you this guy is sunni and one of a very few good ones outside of Syria. And that thing we call our leader Tone Abbot (very much now hated and lied his way into government) is siding and agreeing with harper… Read more »
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This is even more insulting for all thinking Australians (probably under 50%of population) – “Australia has decided to remove the term “occupied” when referring to east Jerusalem….”
I am lost for words to describe my disgust. Sadly, a vote for any mainstream Australian political party would have had the same result. They are all in the ‘friends of Israel’ club. I hang my head in shame.
Extremely depressed Ozsceptic.

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Don’t get depressed Ozsceptic. The best thing to do is become a Jew yourself.

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I value my foreskin too highly Richard! And my soul.

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Aw snap!

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And most markedly, Ozsceptic,
The Greens are as deeply committed to interference as the other major parties.
Adam Bandt was the first senator to back the R2P attack on Libya in 2011. And I believe they are ‘on policy’ with the major parties regarding Syria. Correct me if I am wrong?

Another Aussie

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Another, you ARE quite right.

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I’ll come in and double down on my previous comments stating that Harper is an intergalactic embarrassment.

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Hi Leith. That’s a good analysis you did there. But the key to winning in Idlib is not Khan Sheikhoun but the town Saraqib. Look at its location. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.866239&lon=36.811066&z=11&m=b It connects the M5 highway with a highway towards Latakia. If the SAA manages to capture this town, its game over for the rats in S Idlib/ N Hama. Khan Sheikhoun and Morek will fall very fast if this occurs. Im not sure what the best way is to capture this village. The most obvious way seems to be from Idlib. But atm this city is in a small corridor and… Read more »
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I see what you guys are talking about. To be absolutely clear of final push/victory, the SAA must regain the Taftanaz Base, but to get there they need a new offensive which I mentioned a couple of weeks ago; here’s my map of the offensive – I colored it in yellow. http://s1070.photobucket.com/user/amaraen1/media/UpcomingOffensiveStartingjune10.png.html The southern front is almost at its final offensive – there are not many major towns until the SAA reaches the border towns in all areas. They already surrounded the towns they are fighting in, and have passed them with other troops to be much closer to border… Read more »
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As I already said, again, looks there’s a bit of stalemate and even if the SAA know what to do is unable to do it’s tasks due to the lack of menpower. The advance is too slow. The plain for splitting that area in two smaller pockets seems too challenging for the SAA forces in this moment, it must free men from other areas more safe like Al Rastan/Al Waer so they can reach the Idlib/South Aleppo area. Also I have not military experience at all, but I did noticed a push from the army towards Deir Ezzor some days… Read more »
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Did you see this map Ameer?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syrian_Civil_War#mediaviewer/File:Syrian_civil_war.png

It’s different, it shows area just a bit east from Duhur air base as SAA controlled. I wonder it it’s true. Anyway i completely agree with your analysys.

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I think that’s based on nothing, but I could be wrong.
If true, the SAA should mop up the area between that and just south of Aleppo and than launch an attack towards Saraqib

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I believe it is a typo on that map, the were 3 cities surounding the Duhur base in the hands of FSA/JN, no indication in wikimaps that those were taken so far, and no words from the web either.

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Agreed, Saraqid is vital for the rats, away enough form the main centers but in a cross road that feeds all villages and cities in that part of the country. What makes me feel excited is that the SAA move on southern Aleppo freeing up 10-12 cities in 1 week is somehow toward Saraqid, with adequate force and supplies that SAA will be able to quickly push through the many villages and get to Saraqid in no time, but it needs to be coordinated effort that will need pressure from the south (Morek) and pressure from the West (Salma), and… Read more »
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Looking at the yellow area its obvious lots of work need to be done.

Who knows when the current Salma campaign pays off, additional men can be send towards the front east of Idlib city for a push.

But I think that’s what the rat defences are expecting, so a push from the east would be more surprising (or even better, a push from both sides)

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US and Saudi Arabia might be looking to open a new Front in Syria ,this time IRAQ.. is now announced that Alqaeda took control of a second city..in IRAQ in Mosul after Faluja and there is telling morale is low on the IRAQ army.. apparently is a war of Shias vs Sunni.. i think what IRAQ have to do is evacuate all civilians and later totally cut the water and food.. and let them die ,fortunately the IRAQ army is fresh and they not under sanctions.

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Iraq ‘army’ has low morale. It has been systematically neglected, underpaid, under-equipped and has been suffering recently from mass desertions. It was never intended to succeed. Remember that sunni are only a small minority in Iraq and most of these ISIL rats are hated foreigners, Better perhaps that the puppet government falls quickly. Then the Iraqi shia can take matters into their own hands. Muqtada al-Sadr may return. If not, a new ‘mahdi army’ will be formed anyway and the problem will be dealt with, The bottom line is that Iraqis can deal with this themselves if they are left… Read more »
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Well all i can say Iraq as a united state has no future in my eyes, it is not united by idea or a leader or a nations interest, just by a will of oil corporations to keep their assets under one controlable jurisdiction.

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There is a strong belief that after the mid term election in Nov, the US will send 40,000 troops back to Iraq. The situation there is unraveling faster than the administration had thought could happen. Does that eliminate your depression?

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Mosul has fallen to ISIL. They have captured plenty of US equipment.
A strange feeling, US oil-puppet is crumbling but at a hands of pure devil, i just don’t know to be happy or sad. Probably sad, poor ordinary folks are affected the most, as usually.

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Victor, no it most certainly doesn’t. The situation is ‘unravelling’ by design, not by accident. The US and their proxies have created ISIS and will use their success to justify re-invasion. Same old story. No, my only ‘fix’ of daily relief comes from Syper and the recent avalanche of SAA victories. At least we have that to cheer us …. and the promise of the ‘big surprise’

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Ozsceptic, you made my day with your comment, buddy :)))))

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Otherwise Supplies to Latakia from Damascus can be done by Hezbollah Militias(they can enter and exit Lebanon freely,unlike SAA) by entering Lebanon through Manaa Crossing in Rif Damashq-Lebanon border and exiting Lebanon through Adira Crossing at Tartus-Lebanon Border will ensure a very safe passage of Supplies to the troops in Latakia,for Damascus to Aleppo…….Idlib is one hell of an obstacle.Thanks to one of the episodes of Top Gear from BBC,Long travelling from Northern Iraq to Bait Laham,Occupied Palestine,they used offroading in middle of the Syrian Desert from a major city in the north to Damascus,to prevent themselves from being spotted… Read more »
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Hey, Ziad, check this comparison…

Ukraine 1941:
http://youtu.be/Gu1wLMC0bxc

Ukraine 2013:
http://youtu.be/IEx_izuuNvg

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Sorry, subject change…. Ziad, What the —- is going on in Al Raqqa? ISIS finally got bombed? Rumors are spreading that the Iraqi government is screaming at Assad to hit ISIS hard as they are making advances in Iraq using Al Raqqa as a secure base. Iraq was going so far as to threaten pulling paramilitary forces out of the Syrian conflict for home use. I personally was suspicious US and Turkey had something to do with it. Whats going on there? Details…

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their was a report yesterday that a large building or complex housing some of their command and control infrastructure was bombed back to the stone age.

richard sanchez
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Who bombed them? Are you sure it wasn’t US/Turkey secretly? It was a direct hit to the ISIS building, obviously some type of precision stuff, as the buildings across the street still looked somewhat usable. If your boyfriend Assad did it, Why now? Mosul falling? I was hopping during your last rump with him, he might have told you something.

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Glad to see the few of you guys share your input on how the next breakthrough should be like. As we read the events on the regional level it has become clear that not many foreign fighters are on an influx towards Syria anymore. They have either JN or ISIS as their main hosts in Syria, but those two are in constant battle whenever possible. Add to that the fact that JN got themselves in a bad situation as some of the other brigades don’t want to share weapons with them because they are being forced to negate them from… Read more »
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Wow, I’m shocked! All of Mosul falls to ISIS terrorists! Now that’s some 911 news there! WTF happened? This is going to impact the Syrian conflict, big time! The US is going to be drawn in for sure. These terrorists are getting way out of control and now obviously are threatening US security by controlling such a large city.

I feel sorry for the minorities especially the Christians living there….

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that happen if you support terrorist groups in the neighbourhood (Syria). Blowback for Obama, who sends weapons to the jihadies…and now lie in bed with Al-Kaida

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The christian population of Iraq is increasingly a withering memory, just as it is in Afghanistan, and seemingly every other place the west bombs for freedom.

http://www.thenewamerican.com/world-news/asia/item/17257-under-democracy-iraqi-christians-face-potential-extinction

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/not-single-christian-church-left-afghanistan-says-state-department

but hey, the West and the rebels ( including your boyfriend mentat ) like it that way, just like Saudi Arabia.

http://www.worthynews.com/12618-saudi-mufti-again-calls-for-destruction-of-all-churches-in-arabia

Party like it’s 1984.

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I hope the foreign policy guys at Washington are happy now..

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I have a friend in the Iraqi Golden Team,He said in his Instagram page (@iraq_swat) that they’ll mount a full scale offensive against ISIS in Mosul soon.

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And u know which is the biggest fun of this, if sush a word can be used in a situation like this. They are after Qatar and Saudi Arabia Turkey Israel Usa Europe etc. Yep, all those countries that helped those MONSTERS in order to throw down the SECULAR SYRIA goverment oF Assad. But the MONSTER turned against them now, rumors have already spread that massive numbers are going after Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Those ‘things’ understood that Zionism was using them so they even abadoned Al Ciada and turned against them. Now they are going all to find the… Read more »
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The puppet government of Maliki as well as the American-Iranian supervised ‘political process’ in Iraq is collapsing at the same rate as the Iraqi army collapsed in Mosul. It is interesting to note the airstrikes on Raqqa during the period of the clashes in Mosul as well as the meetings of the Iraqi ambassador in Syria with the Syrian prime minister yesterday and before that with the interior minister. Were the airstrikes conducted under Iraqi, and thus under US-Iranian-international pressure. Clearly this is the case. What about the airstrike by Iraqi planes a few weeks ago inside Syrian territory in… Read more »
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I think one can say the following – the capricious, schizophrenic, evil foreign policy adventures of the west, in addition to killing hundreds of thousands and destroying countries and bankrupting countries for the profit of private companies, is imploding on itself.

The US and the West sowing discord all over the world… and int he end, who benefits… hmmm..

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Hi, if you look at it what happens in Iraq is exactly what the goal of the whole “project” is: the breaking up of the Shia crescent (Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon). Syria should better attack Taftanaz or Saraqib or further Nord to finally close the Idlib, Hama and South-Aleppo pocket. Another good option would be to clear out East-Ghouta first which would mean the rebel/terrorists lose the last option to win the conflict and a huge blow to the morale. On the other hand there will be problems in Deir-ez-Zor once Isis has taken over. An attack on Raqqah would… Read more »
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FSA/IF and Nusra are the only groups who will get air-support and modern weapons, so ISIS is no thread for syria…but a preoblem for the USA and EU (the most members come from here and will come back with a whole bunch of bad ideas in their little brains…and skills in bomb-building)

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Obama is talking about bombing ISIS controlled sections of Syria (drones from Turkey). While Obama says its illegal to bomb Syria, He see’s it as legal and lawful to bomb areas out of Syrian government control under terrorist control. I don’t know what type of terrorist meter they use in the White House but only Nusra and ISIS are seen as terrorists there.

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Seems like the Zionazi´s has unleashed their Al-CIAeda ape´s to rule Iraq and have them attack Syria and Iran simultaneously, comments?

This is too well organized for a coincidence…

Mikhas..

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JAson quote “The puppet government of Maliki “… Stop saying Stupidity ,the only Puppet countries in middle east as the ones without terrorist and without Rebels. Any nation that do not align with Zionist policy is attacked by radical extremist.. Notice how no WAR in the zionist state of Jordan.. no war in Israel.. no war in Turkey ,No war in Saudi Arabia ,no war in Kuwait.. UAE and Bahrain and qatar no war either.. IRAQ is the only neighbor that Syria have that its government have not cooperated with the terrorist ..Maliki talks to Russia IRAN and Syria ,and… Read more »
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ISIS vs. Taliban and many many similarities:
http://radioyaran.com/2014/06/10/is-isis-the-taliban-of-this-decade/

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Islam is the source of all middle east problems folks.. Notice how in Ukraine there are no suicide bombers , No beaheadings , and even in war ,the violence is limited . Civilians are allowed now as we speak to leave cities in the conflict.. you will never see in middle east any Islamic Rebels to allow civilians to leave ,or protect them. Islam means Submission ..and is precisely a religion that is very effective in controlling peoples lives .. When to pray ,when to eat ,how to dress , when to beat wife ,music you can listen ,how to… Read more »
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Your are stupid.Full of propaganda cliche. Plainly as that. I can bet money, that you haven’t even read the Bible, let alone Quaran and Torah. Let alone the history of religions (crusades and inquisitions), the sects differences, how the kings and governments twisted religion to their favor (both Christianity and Islam) and how it changed over time. Even if you atheist, it is still a subject of importance, since most of our moral values (and laws) originate from monotheistic religions, only a small part on roman law. So go educate yourself please, or just don’t enter discussions on the subject… Read more »
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You by far are a brainwashed and ignorant fool to believe that it’s Islam that is causing all the grief in the Middle East. If you have ANY knowledge on the history of the region, you would know that those terrorist are NOT Muslims but Zio-Wahhabi rats. These rats have killed and maimed more Muslims than any other group in the region. Why haven’t they attacked Israel, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, etc. Clearly, you bigotry is your own undoing. Hezbollah and SAA are comprised of majority of Muslims PROTECTING their Christian brothers and sisters from the so-called ‘Christian’ West-backed freedom… Read more »
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the problem is western backed saudi financed tadical death cult wahhabism. Assklown. The fact that syria is overwhelmingly muslim and for years lived in relative peace blows a hole in your theory large enough to drive a bus through.

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Islam is not the problem! Just look at the Muslim majority country of, uhmmmm.
Uhmmm (thinking), the one next to…..

Hmmmmmm. Someone help me out here… which one?

Indonesia! Ya, Indonesia. Ooops, wait, they kill Christians there too.

Malaysia! thats what I was thinking. Just look at Malaysia, dude.

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As mentioned on my comment on https://syrianperspective.com/2014/06/updated-map-aleppo-battle.html M5 should be next! Apart from having secured some practicable bypasses it is vital for SAA to shorten the communication and travelling passages to the centers of action. The key is to dry out the supply-lines for the insurgents. As SAA units in Aleppo suffered for years from the M5 cut-off, the rats will now have to seek for comfort in other northern or eastern regions, i.g. Turkey, Chechenia and most obviously Iraq, a.s.o. There the killers will profit from their further manifested profession of beheading, throat-slitting, murder and rape: As can be… Read more »
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The “Southern front” and its main player which – suprise, surprise! – is not that moderate:
https://100wordz.wordpress.com/2014/06/10/was-not-the-southern-front-supposed-to-be-dominated-by-moderate-pro-western-rebels/

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Tks Radioyaran, the whole world knows, but of course NATO countries, that FSA basically is non existant, for quite some time now that most of the Syrians at the Fake Syrian Army moved to JN and IF, I recalled when Yabroud was the darlying of FSA and when the SAA took it very few if none FSA was in there but IF and JN. This Israelly news also plays a role by saying that Daraa is basically in the hands of the terrorists and we all know the fight is on in many places and Daraa itself is at SAA… Read more »
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No wonder, given that half the videos from the rebels fighting in daraa province contain “TAKBIIIR!” every two seconds and a random nasheed playing in the background..

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Thanks for the update Leith.. Good info and stretegic insight ..

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Love it.

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