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That is some great progress.
The rats are still able to supply eastern Aleppo, but their main route has now been closed. They should feel this effect

Yet, the toughest part is still ahead. Fighting in the city itself.

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I thought i could not load the map but the resolution of the map is getting better and better. Way to go. Looks like slow but steady progress. Thnx!

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How the fall of Mosul will affect the war of Syria? some news sites and blogs said it will be a change of wave to favor of ISIS.

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nice one, way to go SAA! Really happy to see major advance to the west, Rashidin and towards Kafr Naha along with highway. It would seem a nice move now to capture all military bases and towns along Rashidin – Al-Quarassi- Abtin line, and then push on south / west towards Idlib / Saraquib. However, i admit i hoped to see Owaija district liberated already. it seems rats are giving all they got there, but with Handarat taken and only supply route left captured it will not matter anyway. Can’t wait to see fights moving to the other side of… Read more »

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hey ZIAD Isn’t is curious how ISIS storm the city of MOSUL in Iraq in the same way the did it in RAqqa in Syria? Without any resistance? It looks as an inside Job.. that they received help from either the same City or from people near the city.. in Both cases.. the Kurdish people , i will not be surprised if they conspired against Syria and IRAQ and allowed Isil to pass through their autonomous territory freely and used the terrorist as a buffer zone ,so that they could keep their Independence in their territory largely intact. But such… Read more »

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Very encouraging indeed, it seems is close to game over for the rats in Aleppo, with the highway taken it will be very hard for regular re supplies to get to inside the encirclement rats. It will be time consuming effort but controlable for the SAA to manage the battle for Aleppo, expect large desertion from the remaining FSA and IF, while suicidal efforts from JN.

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Looks like the Kurds are fighting the SAA!

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slow progress on the front face of Aleppo, however time is running against, and takfiris of ISIS can avail these successes and new weapons and mercenaries to go against Deir ez Ezzor ….May God continue to protect Syria and righteous men

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The Southern Surprise?

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Christian-hating jihadists are poised to eliminate the Church in Iraq Mosul, Iraq’s second city, is now free of Christians for the first time in 1,800 years http://www.catholicherald.co.uk/commentandblogs/2014/06/12/christian-hating-jihadists-are-poised-to-eliminate-the-church-in-iraq/ Aid to the Church in Need is reporting that Mosul’s Christian population, which had declined from 30,000 to 3,000 in the years following the 2003 US invasion, is now down to virtually nothing. They fled, along with half a million other people, from a terrorist group who had already carried out multiple beheadings and even crucifixions in the areas of Syria they control. ISIS are also notorious iconoclasts, destroying anything non-Islamic they can… Read more »

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Frustrating game of inches isn’t it? Why doesn’t the SAA just bomb the roads leading to Aleppo? Seems cheaper to fix than bombing out the city. Or are they saving the road to use it themselves when they clear past Aleppo?

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George Galloway Vindicated Over Iraq? http://www.youngherald.com/george-galloway-vindicated-over-iraq/659/ With the recent news that Sunni militants have seized two major cities in Iraq, controversial UK MP George Galloway – a staunch opponent of the US led invasion – is claiming vindication on social media. In one re-tweet he concurred that if George Bush and Tony Blair never ordered troops in to the country in 2003, destabilizing the region, there would be no way for the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS) “jihadists” to gain a foothold this week. In another he links to previous statements he made claiming the West’s indirect support for the… Read more »

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Isn’t it strange how all these countries of Turkey, Iran, USA, Britain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, ‘Kurdistan’, Arab League etc are all in the same boat on the issue of ‘Isis’ invasion of Mosul. Yet no one even bothers to notice. All they care about is their narrow minded sectarianism, the so called issue of terrorism, propagating a victim mentality to be exploited by the West in order to extract ‘sympathy’, the damage done to the project of the ‘Shia Crescent’ (once again revealing their sectarianism), their discussing of foreign made political recipes to be imposed on Syria as a… Read more »

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Proceed immediately: – Send a bird to Blow up the main ISIS centers in the city one last time – all before dawn. – Also before dawn, drop in 1000 soldiers somewhere secure east of city – At Dawn, Drop the leaflets saying: WE THE SAA ARE HERE – HELP US LIBERATE IT IN 24 HOURS IF YOU HEAR SHOOTING NEAR YOU, AND YOU HAVE A WEAPON, SHOOT THE ISIS ON-SIGHT WE ARE NEAR YOU AND TOGETHER WE WILL GET THEM – This is the time. All Eastern Aleppo forces are only 80 miles away from the action – join… Read more »

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There western media Reports IRAN already have troops in IRAQ helping the IRAQui army to take mosul back and protecting the capital.If Iran is allowed by IRAQ to help retake Mosul ,they can not only help clear northern IRAQ from Terrorist but also continue all the way to Syria in Raqa and help the Syrian Army to retake and seal the border with Turkey. Erdogan will not dare to bomb Iran.. knowing the consequences of going in a direct war against IRAN.

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Isn’t it sad… noone in the world wants to actually HELP. All military games. If you want to HELP, just support Iraqi civilians with money or stuff, regardless of their religion/background. Analogy to Syria- the “Friends of Syria” just want war, war, war. Noone cares about those people, analogy to Libya, which must be the hell on earth these days (except if you live like in Mad Max movies). Whenever I hear the words “help”, “protect”, “the poor children” by western governments, Turkey or the Arab dictatorships – I must vomit. All they want is to kill and destroy. US… Read more »

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Things are really starting to heat up now and it seems that, with every passing moment, we are in an ever-engrossing de facto WWIII state. What may be confusing to the casual observer, however, are the movers, players and shifting alliances, some that would even defy conventional logic, for example as what is happening now in Iraq. It seems here that both the US and Iran may soon be fighting the same opponent, ISIL or ISIS, completely opposed as to their situation in Syria. What one must keep in mind though is: “cui bono” (to whose benefit)? The answer is… Read more »

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Will Turkey start a fight with ISIL?

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20 years after 1984, the war with Eastasia persists…..

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Read media carefully!
They seriously suggest: Divison of Iraq and Syria. Or at least- Maliki must leave.
Imagine that, they report this after a terror group which is acknowledged as this, is using genocidal tactics.

Dark times ahead, it seems.

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I have just seen Several USAF Fighters flying above Manama and is heading North into Iraq.They came from Isa Air Base located in the Southern Governate of Bahrain.

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LoL Iran has two battalions fighting alongside the Iraqi army. They help in Tikrit and the defense of Baghdad. Now the US is bombing ISIS. Nice opening to let Iran talk to the US and finally settle there differences and work on stability instead of the opposite. Maby they can finally conclude were the real rotten apples are.

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In a not so discreet comment John Kerry says: ‘we are LASER focused on dealing with the crisis at hand’. It looks like air strikes will be carried out to save the US political project in Iraq symbolized by its current chief gang leader Al-Maliki. Of course though the US will attach a price for its client by asking him to devolve power completely away from Baghdad and in effect divide Iraq along ethnic and sectarian boundaries.

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If the US does start heavy air strikes against ISIL I wonder if Dr. Assad would agree to strikes against ISIL over Syrian territory by the US? I am sure it has been discussed at the Pentagon. .

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Hey Mentard, I was concerned that the extra chromosomes you were regrettably hatched with had proven too much and you had joined your terrorist brethren in hades.. Unwelcome back.

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Mentat is a kabob selling immigrant terrorist Turk living in Germany. Someone behead him or deport him please

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Inepto al-Maliki, seguro que escapará con el rabo entre las piernas por que los Iraníes se acobardaron de intervenir en defensa de sus hermanos Chiíes, el presidente de Irán no tiene valor para enfrentar a los terroristas y solo se limita a ladrar como perro que ladra y nunca muerde.