UPDATED BATTLE MAP OF KESSAB: COMPLETE LIBERATION

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This is the current situation in nothern Lattakia. The town of Kessab has been completely liberated by the SAA & NDF, supported by other paramilitias such as the SSNP and Syrian Resistance. Insurgents have retreated across the border to Turkey and skirmishes have moved eastwards. The internally displaced Armenian refugees of Kessab, who originally fled to the city of Lattakia, have begun to return. The terrorist occupation of this area is officially over and Kessab finally liberated.

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Will the SAA now be moving towards securing Salma

Chris
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Yup – they are already on it. The village is besieged!

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So all of the villages in the Salma area are under SAA control

nazarene
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the quarter armenian in me says thank you all.Wipe out the saudis and their sewage.Ill take that for palestine.I don’t trust their filthy leaders.

Mentat
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By ‘filthy leader of Palestine’ I take it you mean Abbas? Can you please explain why this Zionist quisling traitor has not been shot yet?

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Goes to show how brainfucked you ISIS/Qaeda/Nusrat Turk fan-boys are. You somehow see yourself as righteous anti-zionists. This is such a delusion. In reality you are mere instruments of the Zionist project. Your hero ErDogan is an ally of US, Israel and Saudi A. Your leaders even offered to surrender to Israel the Golan Heights if they provided you with more money and weapons. Fidel Castro said “Only a revolution based on principles will be a successful one.” The FSA had no principles, they were just pawns in a pipeline war and quickly sold their “uprising” for a monthly paycheck… Read more »
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All that hot air just to evade one very simple question, Jimmy?

Must be thirsty work!

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Be serious, Mentrat ! Don’t ask for explanations you cannot possibly comprehend.

Anonymous
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No, he meant Netanyahu…

james keith
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Die Rückeroberung von Kessab ist eine gute Nachricht. Ich hoffe, dass genügend Ratten in die Hölle geschickt worden sind.

Mentat
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Ya, mien Friend, dass iss verboden. Immer Schreiben sie.

[ /Ziad-Deutsch ]

Nobilitatis
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Sounds more Jiddish to me.

Mentat
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Correct, Ziad claims ‘some Hebrew’ on his CV above.

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everyone has to bear in mind:

never ever reply to trolls

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What about parrots with sticky beaks from spitting out spam … should we reply to them?

Myles Keep-Stothard
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Time to banhammer this individual methinks?

Mentat
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You methinks wrongly, Myles, me hearty!

I am already under the Baathist IP-blockade, but they just can’t keep a good thing down as the mysteries of TOR are far beyond these goons.

What’s next, Dear Censor?

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Dass ist auch meiner Meinung. Ziad

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Hooray, great work SAA. What a good day for the Kessab Armenians – whom has suffered ENOUGH from the Turks now. Did any Armenian militia participate?

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I would like to see Armenia and Syria sign a strong strategic alliance and defense pact together. Lebanon and Iraq should join this pact too. Turkey will soon be partitioned and Azerbaijan will return to Persia as soon as this happens so what are we waiting for?

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We are waiting for Turkey to be kicked out of NATO. Nearly all surrounding countries will have ample reason to dismember the carcass. Next year in Constantinople !

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Iran Warns against Military Intervention in Iraq Local Editor Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marzieh AfkhamIran warned on Sunday that “any foreign military intervention in Iraq” would only complicate the crisis, after the US said it was deploying a warship in the Gulf. “Iraq has the capacity and necessary preparations for the fight against terrorism and extremism,” foreign ministry spokeswoman Marzieh Afkham was Sunday quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency. “Any action that complicates the situation in Iraq is not in the interests of the country nor of the region,” Afkham said, adding, “The people and government of Iraq… Read more »
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Finally some sense. If Iran gets involved it’ll be sucked into the abyss of terrorism that could destroy the country. I’m sure the Zionists are praying all day long for it to happen, maybe that has been the plan all along!

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Rouhani sounds like he would give his left nut to be allowed to suck on Obomber’s tongue, just for a few moments. If I was Assad reading this, I would invest now in a sturdy titanium corset, as the stiletto in the back from this pragmatic ‘ally’ is looming ever larger.

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Hip hip hourray !! Thank you for this good news !

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“The terrorist occupation of this area is officially over” — Wonderful! SAA can now go back to sleep now, because naughty Al-Nusra jihadis would never dare inofficially infiltrate the area again, seeing as they are such sticklers for the Baathist rule book, which explains how and why they firstly invaded the place a few months ago. Thanks to the wisdom of our Great Leader, Al-Bash Assad, we have gained this magnificent victory by jogging on the spot for 3 months! Praise Him!

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Unity, Liberty, Socialism – FTV

Mentat
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Socialism? Don’t you mean Stalinism … “and a barrel-bomb if you won’t shut up!”

M
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Ever lived in a Socialist country, or you are just relaying on western propaganda about it…? Reading your comment I have come to opinion that you don’t really know much about Socialism. Do yourself a favor and read about it first before criticizing. What PART of it you don’t like, for example? Do you like capitalism, which is the other option? I invite you to read about capitalism and them you will, maybe, see which concept is currently running the US (in reality). Western countries are calling Socialists countries “commies” (communists) which is wrong. http://www.diffen.com/difference/Communism_vs_Socialism They are different but still… Read more »
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Wonderful news. Erdogan’s Syria strategy was already in tatters but this development means that even he must now realise that interfering in Syrian affairs does not pay any dividends. It also closes the door on Turkey’s ambitions to be the leading regional power. That honour now falls to Iran.

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Erdogan lost precisely nothing, whereas SAA lost considerable men and hardware to get back to its starting position. How many more such ‘victories’ do you think they can withstand?

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They can withstand a lot because every day the NDF gets more people, the strategy is simple recapture a place, put some men and women from the region with guns, and incorporate them to the NDF, all this always under the supervision of SAA and then go recapture another place.

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Yes, a war of attrition is lost by he who runs out of cannon-fodder first. ISIS don’t have any problem in that regard, as they have a great propaganda and recruiting department. Pity the same cannot be said for the Baath-ridden SAA, who it seems pretty much rely on … Ziad … to pick up their slack.

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Hi Mentrat, plenty of cannon-fodder they have indeed ! (Fucking reli-retards, snackbaryan-psycho’s even more so) All very usefull fertiliser for Syrian soil. You shouldn’t even try to compare this human trash to proud and free Syrian SAA-heroes.

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Erdogan lost nothing? Maybe true. But you Turks certainly lost a lot! You are truly a doner Kabob selling immigrant idiot if you can’t see that. Your hero Erdogan sealed the fate of 70 million Turks who’s dream was to become part of the EU. Instead you’ll just continue to serve them kabobs, drive their cabs, and pick up their bath towels when they decide to vacation in the “Orient”. Turkey will NEVER be part of the EU now thanks to Erdogan. He also lost the pipeline war with Russia and Iran, and he cost the Turks billions of dollars… Read more »
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Turkey was never going to be part of the EU, with or without Erdogan. It has always been abundantly clear no large Muslim-majority country with recent memories of its own Empire would ever be welcomed into the White Man’s Christian Country Club. They were however allowed to turn a trick as NATO puppets during the Cold War, which served to build up their own military and armaments industry. Once that process is complete NATO will quickly also get the kiss-off and Turkey will have more independence to play all sides against the middle. Would you care for another kabob, with… Read more »
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Once NATO dumps Turkey, all surrounding countries will have ample reason to have their final ‘thanksgiving’. Constantinople will be the proper burialground for the carcass, won’t you think so, Mentrat ?

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Tks for the map, it is always great to see the progress of the mighty SAA against the NATO and its allies supported and funded terrorists. I really hope the SAA/NDF can release most of the extra soldiers to push toward Salma and clean all that upper corner from terrorists once and forever, and finally push toward Idlib. No rest to rats.

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The Kessab disaster was the second campaign for the so-called ‘Liberation’ of the Coastal region. It was an even bigger screw-up than the first campaign in which hundreds of civilians were murdered and kidnapped from the villages south of Salma. The only military rationale for the Kessab campaign would be to create a diversion to force SAA troops and resources away from important fronts like Idlib and Aleppo. They did create a diversion but clearly it was not big enough to prevent the SAA from pursuing its objectives in any of the really important theatres. Therefore it was a failure.
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If you abrade the enemy at greater than his replacement rate, while not losing more than your own, then it is not a failure. In any case, the SAA has gained nothing but lost plenty, so it is impossible to see this fiasco as a positive for them, unless engaged in deep auto-delusion.

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Mentat, you’re rapidly becoming what I consider a nuisance. Do us all a favor and take a long walk off a short pier. Oh – – please, take a long walk off a short pier.

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everyone has to bear in mind:

never ever reply to trolls

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I doubt you would be replying to one person if you did reply. ‘That’ variable entity is part of a franchise and a trace of the IP address’ would most likely reveal interesting anomalies;) When a site such as SyrPer contradicts the Saudi/Western agenda with uncanny accuracy so consistently, it is bound to frustrate the enemies of truth. Congratulations to SyrPer on the enormous traffic it’s generating and to the ongoing contribution against the evil UAE/NATO alliance.

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you are right: DON’T FEED THE TROLL

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@ Milosh,

I only have to vary my IP address to circumvent the pathetic censorship efforts of the Baathist rabble which runs this bastion of free (cheerleading) speech. Today I am in Kabul, where the air is blissfully clear of their mouldy stench.

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I said this a couple of weeks ago and people are still falling for it. Treat Mantit as if he doesn’t exist and his efficacy as a ‘distractor’ will diminish enormously if not entirely. He is PAID to do this by his Zio penile praising masters.

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@ Sicel Joe

Don’t be so amazed that adults fail to obey your childish diktat, just grow up and contribute an original thought. Until then, keep quiet to avoid further embarrassment.

And FYI, I am not a ‘distractor’ but a catalyst for free thinking and speech, valiantly defiant of the Baathist wannabe censors, in what would otherwise be a very boring hangout for mindless cheerleaders and bleat-sheeps.

Best regards, pouting youth!

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@ Arklight

so reality annoys you, does it? I don’t know why you talk about war and politics then, if your mood swings cannot tolerate a reasoned dissenting opinion. A more trivial pursuit may be better for your frazzled nerves. I’m no Doctor, but try a vitamin-shake maybe, or some mountain air? Good luck with it anyhow, mein Freund.

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Happy to hear that the dust storms of Kabul are on hold for you all. A great time for you guys to put away another tulee and have a little sing along.

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i have always thought that maybe underneath your ravings you had made some relevant points but this here is nonsense there was no way the SAA could have complete control of its borders especially when there was a horde of terrorists waiting and been guided to a point of weakness. I think this victory is one of the smartest and is witness to the development of the Syrian State and it’s forces.

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Yes, I see. But please send your application to the SAA Department of Excuses in Damascus, some dozy Generals there have an urgent need for people with your special skillset.

david
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if you have a plan [ turkey ] and that plan fails. then you have been defeated mentat. syria has been destroyed but can be rebuilt. the leaders of the opposition are all on borrowed time.

Mentat
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No, sorry to inject realism, but if your plan costs nothing and it fails, just skip on to the next free experiment, ad infinitum. This is the essence of US/NATO foreign policy, until somebody starts making these filthy warcriminal bastards feel the political or military costs. They felt it in Iraq and Afghanistan, which explains the reticence to now dip their wicks in Syria, or Iraq again.

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David, how do you figure that Syria has been destroyed? Sure, it’s been knocked about and roughly handled, but it’s come off the floor throwing punches like Mohamad Ali – – combinations so hard and fast that the other guy can’t see ’em coming in time to cover up. In most any scrap you’re liable to get knocked on your ass, get a bloody nose and black eye, but that doesn’t mean you’re beat, by any means. Well, unless you holler ‘Uncle’ and stay down.

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Poor Mentat, you seem particularly itchy as restless. Is it that time of the month already?

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everyone has to bear in mind:

never ever reply to trolls

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While reading articles on Syria in the UK media and then the public comments section I see more and more people are coming round to supporting President Assad and the Syrian army in their heroic fight against the militant hordes, the attack on Kessab by Turkish aided mercenaries has only increased UK public support for an outright victory by the re-elected Syrian President and the SAA. It’s not only the morale of the terrorists that is sinking fast but also any lingering support the misnamed ‘rebels’ used to have from misled UK citizens. The UK government might still pander to… Read more »
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This is true and it is not just the UK. All over the world there is an amazing disconnect between the mainstream media line on Syria (which, in the ‘West’, is almost unanimous in its support of military intervention) and ordinary people. In both opinion polls and in any survey of readers responses to anti-Assad articles, there is an overwhelming reaction against any involvement in war against Syria. This is true of the USA and France as well as the UK. The Syrian government does not need to spend any money on propaganda campaigns, unlike Qatar and Saudi Arabia. That… Read more »
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it all a big conspiracy

Grand Sunni Cleric Declares Jihad Against ISIS (English Subs)

Anonymous
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Who made that map? SAA ministry of disinformation?

Shinaydeen
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Do you have some information from an independent source which contradicts it? Even the anti-Assad media worldwide are reporting what that map describes.

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Wahhabi rat

CHEVI789
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T o Anon, they have theirs and we have ours, now fk off, we know the truth unlike you.

adas
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mentat is really butthurt

freegypsyman
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everyone has to bear in mind:

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M
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Map Please? Chris, can you please make a map on which you would show the current situation in Syria and Iraq (on 1 map). Both countries are fighting the same enemy and in both countries affects the whole war against ISIS. Can you guys get some info on what is REALLY happening in Iraq and which areas are infested by rats. It would be really interesting to see WHERE are rats going over the (Syria – Iraq) border and how does they operate. For example the Al-Bukamal crossing is, supposedly, held by “FSA” sub species yet ISIS is obviously crossing… Read more »
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Basically the Zionist are so desperate ,that now are trying to move to IRAQ and try to take that country first before any real push in Syria.. But what they have done is to give the middle east to IRAN on a silver plate. Now IRAN will legally with the permission of IRAQ will invade to help fight ISIS and will crush the terrorist and push them all the way to Turkey and will continue after that helping Syria to clean the eastern side of the country. NATO have helped IRAN more than anyone could ,because now IRAN Will have… Read more »
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So really if IRAQ and IRAN defeats ISIS ,as they will do , it will totally collapse the hopes for a greater middle east of the Zionazis terrorist states of ISRAEL. And a really strong alliance will form between Hezbolah/but also Lebanon ,Syria,IRAQ and IRAN with a common defense.. Something like the middle east version of NATO.. locate in the map Lebanon-Syria-IRAQ and IRAN.. draw a line that unite all of them.. and you will see a very strong alliance that NATO will be unable to fight ever.not even if Russia stay away.. Once ISIS defeated and the IRAN-IRAQ-Syria relationship… Read more »
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America like their kosher friends desperately needs perpetual enemies in order to maintain their perpetual ruse. Plans for war are as good as it gets. All that matters are that there are windmills within striking range. Everybody needs to relax, the purpose of all this media agitation is to render situations as confusing as possible and consequently even more anxiety inducing. Whether Iraq or Ukraine, things seem to be developing a little more quickly now and that element is also a part of the ploy. So much of the narrative on this is pure fog. Anyone notice anything? I haven’t… Read more »
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Sorry M but Russia is not blind, just because the armies are building up it does not mean the people are with them, it’s like the western governments can say america is their best buddy, but the people are no where near their thinking the same thing. If i am right Russia has been building a massive missile bases more than likely underground and ready to surprise the enemy, do you henstly thing the Russians are going to sit idley by and wait for doomsday?.

M
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So far – they are.

Anonymous
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MR.. M

GO look and google for [ Shanghai Cooperation Organisation] look carefully the color pictures and compare that organization with the tiny Europe and US. also look for the Observers..that are close
allies of Russia.. ie.. India and IRAN. NATO cannot fight such big alliance of nations ,they do not have the man power to win such war..not even if they want it. That is Russia + CHina + India +IRAN
and Kasakistan + and other former soviet republics.

M
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Nice wish list you got there! Lets say, hypothetically, NATO attack Russia. Who’s gonna interfere?! India? China? Nobody would move a finger! There would be alot of blah-blah that is not right, more blah-blah, against international law, blah-blah. BUT nobody would, REALLY, do anything. All those countries will not put their well being for any other country. That is the harsh reality and Russia should not rely on international support. India is just an “observer” and it likes its “non-aligned” role. Iran would be “nuked” by US – end of story for them – KSA wins. Is that what they… Read more »
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“close ally of Russia … IRAN” — LOL, is this meant to be parody?

Is that the same Iran which Russia stabs in the back each time the Yankee pigdogs dump another heap of rotten radioactive lies in the UNSC? Putin’s Russia has voted ‘YES’ four times in a row to impose crippling sanctions on Iran, a pure collaboration in blackmail and warmongering. With treacherous ‘allies’ like that, who needs enemies?

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Don’t worry, Russia has sub-contracted its defence strategy to the Baath Party of Syria. Nothing bad can happen. Here, have another Martini!

[ /Ziad-advice-mode ]

Mat
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russia is not blind. Theres no need to be woried about this building up. For any succes in every war you need few things. Strong economy, peoples support, and have uneducated and missedinformed population. Europe is divided, economy is in crash aka big fail, peoples support of their goverment is big Zero. None want go to war, because for what? a US interests? And last one, peopeles are not that blind fooled sheeps like before, in time of internet, fb or twtr itshardly to lie to own peopels. Thats real reason why all goverment wants controll it. So thats true… Read more »
M
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Who asks the people?! You think that western countries are gonna ask their population?! They NEVER do, about almost ANYTHING!

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I dearly hope mentard’s full blown aids he picked up on his last sex jihad finishes ravaging what is left of the hollow vessel he calls a body soon.

Jason
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I wouldn’t be surprised if Erdogan ordered his mercenaries out of the area and struck a deal with Assad over ‘ISIL’. All of a sudden the Syrian air force is bombarding Raqqa and parts of Hasakeh on behalf of America, Turkey and others. ‘We made the mess, we’ll let you clean it up’. The suspicious role of the Syrian regime here is reminiscent of its participation as an ally of America in the first Gulf war by rescuing the ghastly Kuwait ruling clique from Saddam’s army, which then repaid Syria twenty odd years later by financing mercenaries to make war… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Jason, you have no idea what happened in the Kuwait, i’ll explain, Syria has been against Saddam and when he attacked the first time Syria was there, but when they wanted to invade Iraq the second time on lies Syria stayed out of it and the yanks knew, sorry to say dude but you are speaking like you need some mental help.

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I know perfectly well what happened in Kuwait thank you. The support of the Syrian regime and the ‘eternal leader’ for the Americans is an established fact, even one of the corrupt officers, former defence minister Habib as well as a number of other officers were given ‘gifts’ by the Americans and British for their support against Iraq. The point is, why did Syria defend a ruling clique in Kuwait that was entirely under US influence and control, its indefensible. Many people complain about the Gulf rulers as being US puppets yet they conveniently overlook this disgusting chapter of Syria’s… Read more »
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Yes, Assad is creeping on his knees again, begging for any NATO-flavoured boner to blow, rather than be blownaparte himself. He will probably soon order a set of knee-wheels from Russia to speed up this process of ritual self-abasement. No one can ever accuse this man of having any pride, that’s for sure!

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Sorry for weakening ‘Freegypsyman’ but I think I have discovered why Menturd continues to bore us with its tedious, erroneous bombast. Menturd suffers from ‘Manic Delusional Disorder.’ This is characterized by: 1) The presence of delusions that persist for at least one month (e.g. Mentat still refuses to acknowledge the factual, proven victories of the SAA 2) Tediously repeated psychotic themes such as jealousy (clearly jealous of Ziad), erotomania (clearly gets off on being hated and is likely a cross-dresser – note its avatar) and grandiosity (it’s a pompous windbag!!) – QED.

Jason
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Now the US senator Richard Black has come out and supported Assad for (cringe) protecting minorities and (cringe) fighting terrorism on ‘behalf of the world’ (words to that effect). The gullible people on here do not realize that such comments are not spontaneous, instead they are coordinated political messages to the Syrian government that America is willing to accept the continuation of the Syrian regime under certain conditions. Obviously anyone with a little bit of pride or honour would absolutely refuse any proposition coming from the Americans, but when you have people like Walid Muallem, who a few years before… Read more »
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Hear, hear, NWO-Joseph Goebbels reincarnated has something bigtime to announce about mr Assads ‘lack of pride’. Clearly, well paid by the powers that be, mr. Mentrat indiscriminately ejaculates ‘his masters voice’.

Few men alive on earth have shown PRIDE the way Bashar al Assad has done recent years in defying the entire NWO.

CHEVI789
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So on good note 49 Ukrainian soldiers went up in flames literally when their plane was taken out of the sky by “rebels”, payback for killing innocent civilians.

Ozsceptic
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Hooray – it’s raining free borshch over Luhansk!

Gandalf
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What about Deiz ez-Zor ? It looks like ISIL cuts off supply route for SAA units in the city because it looks like Al-Shulah and Babajeb viullages are under ISIL control. Is that true or wiki lies ?

M
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SAA holds the airport plus they can always airdrop supplies from Palmyra.

SnoopDoc
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Nope, sadly it seems to be true. Furthermore, ISIL has gained the upperhand in all of the western regions of Iraq. Even Palmyra (Tadmur) will soon be endangered from the south.

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Video from Kessab and the border crossing:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e1e_1402880507

And Mentant, what´s about that? Butthurt?

Anonymous
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Hope Salma will get liberated soon. Now that SAA has taken back Kessab there are no more threats coming from there and can push on two columnes on following the turkish border and on from south.

Canthama
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I never cease to read stories likes this one, this is how a country is made of, strong culture, heros, values and sense of duty for the homeland and camrades. Rest in Peace First-Lieutenant, Electronic engineer, Maihoub Mohammed Hatem, may your sacrifice help Syria to reach its place in the wolrd as a true fighter for freedom, the real home of the brave land of the free, God bless you and your family.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=883_1402878718

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I will second that, Canthama! They have my utmost respect and admiration. Syrians fight for us all.

CHEVI789
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I third fourth and fifth that, may he rest in peace.

"'Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great!'
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"'Fallen! Fallen is Babylon the Great!'

ISIS ADVANCES – BAGHDAD AIRPORT UNDER ASSAULT – Close to US Embassy (Photos)

Posted by Jim Hoft on Sunday, June 15, 2014, 7:34 PM http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2014/06/isis-advances-baghdad-airport-under-assault/

Mentat
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Yankee Embassy: last chopper off the roof time, with Al-Maliki dangling from a skid — I will praise ISIS for 1000 years just to see that photo on front page of NYT!

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Stay away from helicopters Mentat. The last Irishman I saw near helicopters was chopped to bits. He got too close, trying to feed it breadcrumbs!

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Hey ‘fallen’, I don’t like your choice of reading material. I quote: “The Gateway Pundit is a leading right-of-center news website (you don’t say!) TGP has been cited by Hannity, Rush Limbaugh, Drudge, The Blaze, Mark Levin (jew), FOX Nation and by several international news organizations (whores). Jim Hoft was awarded the Reed Irvine Accuracy in Media Award in 2013 (sigh! – that says it all). Don’t peddle that crap on this site. Anyway, are you surprised the scum are heading to the US embassy?? Probably to stock up on coffee, donuts and drugs. Babylon the Great won’t fall until… Read more »
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Great news on Kessab and good to hear of the return of inhabitants. Syria is ‘on a roll’ (while Erogdan will soon be on a shish-kebab).
Thanks Chris and goodnight from down under.

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trolls are the viruses of internet communities:

Tip 1: Be strong. Don’t take it personally.

Tip 2: Be human, but present a unified front.

Tip 3: Let the haters hate.

Tip 4: Let them feel ignored as they have lack of friends.

Tip 5: Last but not least: you can not discuss with them as they are payed. this means they need your attention as a proove for their payroll.

Result: NEVER EVER REPLY TO TROLLS

CHEVI789
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Yeah i know, i said this ages ago, i do not even bother to reply top that moron, just don’t even try and prove her wrong. down vote and report only.