ALEPPO; 6 DAYS AND COUNTING FOR COMPLETE ENCIRCLEMENT

 

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We predicted Aleppo City’s liberation 10 days ago at a fortnight.  We meant it. And right now, it looks like we are on schedule. 

 

Bani Zayd:  SAA killed 13 terrorists, all foreigners, last night in a sudden assault characterized by precision and experience.  According to our source, Wael, the assault was carried out by SA Special Operations commandos who killed every single terrorist in the nest at the northernmost edge of the quarter.  Look carefully at the map and you can see how this area figures into the SAA’s strategy.

 

Al-Raashideen:  At the 5th Block, SAA infantry and NDF showered a concentration of terrorists with mortars and Shilkas as a second assault force moved under its fiery umbrella to take advantageous positions opposite exposed lines.  With these positions now secured, terrorist fortifications can be expected to crumble by tomorrow when a large spearhead of tanks and infantry will overwhelm the enemy rodents. There is nothing the terrorists can do to stop this operation.

 

North Al-Ataareb:  Fighting with no details.  We only know a pickup truck with 23mm cannon was destroyed.

 

  • Very intense fighting in all these areas: Kuwayris, Haaseen, Daaret ‘Izza, Dayr Jamaal (a pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed), Khaan Toomaan, Tal Rif’aat, Qubtaan Al-Jabal, North Free Trade Zone, Tal Sooseen, Al-Mansoora,  Maare’, Kafr Naahaa, Zhahrat ‘Abed Rabbuh, Al-Shaykh Lutfi, Al-Shaykh Sa’eed, Faakhoor, Kafr Hamra, Huraytaan, Al-Mallaah Properties and at the Institute for Improvement of Seeds.

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DAMASCUS: UPDATED REPORT.

 

Al-Maleeha in the north rural section:  More rodents bite the dust as their numbers dwindle perilously close to zero:

  • Abu Hifs Al-Albaani (ALBANIAN HERPES CARRIER AND CHILD BUGGERER)
  • Abu Muhammad Al-Ansaari (SAUDI APE EXCREMENT)

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turma:  Confirmed 6 foreign rats killed in one building.

 

Al-‘Ibb Farms in Doumaa:  A battle between rodent groups led to 10 deaths.  Only this one was identified:

  • Abu Rimaaya Al-Urduni (JORDANIAN CAMEL SUPPOSITORY)

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh Farms:  On Nestle Street, 4 mercenaries were killed. All foreigners.

 

Manshiyyat Khaan Al-Shaykh:  No details about major combat here.

 

Al-Shifooniyya (var: Chiffoniere):  12 rodents killed here in a spectacular ambush laid by NDF:

  • Muhammad Al-Deeraani
  • Saaleh Khaleefa
  • Muhammad Tarraaf
  • ‘Abdul-Rahmaan Al-Durra
  • Qaassem Al-Shumaysaani
  • ‘Adnaan Al-Habr

The rest were not identified.

 

Adraa Town:  Confirmed 9 terrorists from Jabhat Al-Islam killed.  No names.

 

Adraa Workers’ Expansion District:  Confirmed 6 killed belonging to Jabhat Al-Islam.

 

Al-Jibba in Al-Qalamoon near the Lebanon: 

  • Ahmad Al-‘Abed

 

Al-Zabadaani Plain in Al-‘Aara Neighborhood. Skirmishing.

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IDLIB:

 

City:  An attempted assault on the Electrical Grid was foiled by SAA and security.  A pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed and all occupants killed.

  • Fathullaah Mir’iy
  • Ayman Sa’ood
  • Saadeq Muhammad

No other names available.

 

Tal Al-Hussoon:  An attempted infiltration by “Liwaa` Al-Tawheed” (yawn. The Brigade of Monotheism) caused SAA soldiers to start laughing apparently at the inept way the attack was carried out.  All 12 rodents were killed.  All were foreigners from Turkey, Afghanistan and Pakistan.

 

Fighting reported here:  Kafr Laataa, Majdalyaa, Jabal Al-Arba’een area, Qumaynaas, Bikfaloon, Bikfaloon Wall.

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david
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ziad, what can the syrian government do about the caliphate that is being developed on syrian territory? will they take action or not?

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David, I can’t speak for Ziad, but I’ll offer my point of view, which is: this ‘caliphate’ is a bust already as a world wide call to arms; beyond that in real terms, it’s real estate which will change hands, and the self appointed ‘caliph’ is, physically, like any other guy – – a bullet in the ear will shut the bastard up for good. As for the ‘caliphate’ developing, it’s shrinking (slowly, slowly, but shrinking).

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American democracy is shameful

David, surely you jest!

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Agreed. The Syrian people and Syrian Army have honor and they are brave people. Americans including the American Military have surrendered to Obama, NWO and ZATO like cowards.

Arklight
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Not all of us, Eddy. Bite me.

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The prompt support by Russia and Iran in providing a semblance of an Air force has stopped the caliphate in it dead tracks. ZNATO never expected such promptness, they thought Iraq would be totally demoralized and defeated, then the attack would move to the Khazar controlled area.

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Another sect is drawn into the abyss of innercultural misconduct. After Kasab their Aleppan quarters are deminished from the surface of the city-maps.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z6g4U1euC1Q

If this conflict is apeased, soon, all parties have to accept the greatest challenge to produce trust and stability in and between the factions, without neglectance of one!

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Arklight
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Why? Just kill ’em, and you don’t have to worry about ’em any more.

CHEVI789
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I agree with you Arklight, they all need to be shot on site, it is a much cheaper option as well as making sure the rest don’t try this again, i believe MI will be watching and listening when this is all over for any remnants or ISIS supporters.

Arklight
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I think you’re right, Chevi; I’m just hoping that Syria doesn’t turn into a police state, all too easy a slide. Well, we’ll see.

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Starve the bastards.

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This boils my blood . . pure propaganda .. bunch of inbred vampires. .

http://www.ujafedny.org/new-york-stands-with-israel/

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Most jewish concentration is in New York, i love how the zionist always try and silence the good jews, they have no shame, but the good jews will be remembered and excluded from any future punishment, this isn’t just about being an anit-jew, there are many who are anti-corporate and most zionists own the big corporates if i am correct.

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As a native New Yorker I can tell you that we do not stand with Israel right now with their shameful collective punishment of Gazans. Even most Jews I know do not support this.

Look at the disgusting worship of death by Israelis – they’re no better than the nihilistic rats:

https://twitter.com/allansorensen72/status/486954506517639170/photo/1

Arklight
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Hahahaha! With American (and other) business it’s hard to tell the difference in effect of Zionism and naked greed. Have you read a book titled ‘The Screwing of the Average Man’? Well, it misses some layers of screwing, at the top of which are the corporate weenies. Given it was written before the Military-Industrial, the Government-Media and the Industrial-Media complexes became even a dull rumble in the distance much less the big noise of today, but still – – The ChiComs are smarter by several magnitudes, in that they pursue Conquest Through Purchase, already owning well over 10,000 businesses and… Read more »
Arklight
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Good grief!

Anonymous
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Back in 2011, when the Syrian so called Revolution began….then in 2012..the West accused the Syrian “Regime” of using military power to disband the Ratbels……

Hillary Barrack McCain…started a campaign to save Syrian children & civilian from the “Regime”…..bla….bla….blahhhh……

Syrian massacre, Iraqi massacre, Gaza under fire………pssssstttt…..keep silent…..be quiet……we don’t know anything…not one of them made a noise about it………obviously….huuusshh…keep it quiet…okay…

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The kurdish terrorist ,stole another oil field in IRAQ.. Is obvious they are in the side of ISIS. No idea what IRAQ president will do ,but also Assad but they need to move fast , bomb any pipelines to turkey and any truck in control of kurds to transport oil , so IRAQUI oil cannot be stolen and end in the hands of The terrorist state of ISRAEL.

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Anon: The Kurdish politicians laid claim to the oil, that’s true so far as I know: it’s also no secret that an ISIS commander, a Pershmerga commander and 2 CIA pukes were bagged by Syrian Special Forces. When the troops came calling these four were congealed together in some slimy clusterf*ck that Syrian interrogators are probably getting the details about, even as we speak. Now. PM Maliki has fired the Kurdish member of his cabinet and the Kurdish politicians have taken their ball and gone home. We know, so far, that before the ball opened there was a command conspiracy… Read more »
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I agree with your post Arklight, i would have written it the same, just don’t have time.

Arklight
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Thanks, Chevi, I appreciate that.

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Arklight, I fully agree. To label the Kurds as ‘terrorists on the side of ISIS’ and advocate war on them is exactly what the US/NATO/TURK alliance WANT you to say, to justify their three-state-solution, so lets not play into their hands, please! Objective judgement should be applied, based on what has happened and is happening now, rather than speculation on what may yet happen. I have stated this before, that up to this point, the Kurds have only behaved predictably (given their traits and their history) and fairly responsibly. If they really were at any time in the past few… Read more »
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You’re right, Oz. Keep your fingers crossed.

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To me the Kurds are like the Aboriginals in Australia. They are the indigineous people of the place were they are living. Give those Kurds there own country. What I do understand from social media, is that the Kurds are brave people who are protecting minorities, and non-wahhabistic Sunni Arabs from the terror of ISIS. But ofcourse, correct me if I’m wrong! If we are talking about a terrorist, we should talk about ErDOGan. A friend of mine is from Istanbul (and Sunni) and if he got the change to be locked up with ErDOGan in one room, he will… Read more »
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Agreed JS. In Australia, the traditional owners have won many concession on so-called ‘land-rights’ but when the land in question happens to be rich in resources, they may get a quota of jobs at best, but no access to the revenues being produced. The ‘rights’ only include the topsoil, not anything that lies beneath. Same with this prospect of Kurdistan. Its OK to concede them some rugged mountains or desserts, but nobody wants to give them an area rich in oil. However, the indigenous Australians have been custodians of their land for over 60 000 years, so they may resent… Read more »
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Agreed. The treatment that the Aboriginals experience until today is a big shame for the “Australian” settlers.

About your last sentences. If the Medes are the ancestors of the Kurds, than we are talking people who are walking the Southern-Turkey mountains for at least 5000 years Think that gives a people also the right to speak about “our homeland”.

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Oz, Justice; While it’s true that the Kurds may have a right to their homeland, The best they can hope for is an autonomous region within the countries in which they live.They are surrounded by traditional enemies who would very much enjoy exterminating them, so an independent Kurdistan would be a death sentence. Currently they have reached accommodations with the countries in which they live, the Iraqi Kurds having the best of it with an autonomous region within a federated Iraq. I’m thinking that the Iraqi Kurds will hang on to what they’ve liberated from ISIS, and add it to… Read more »
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To Ziad and friends, the war against islam and all muslims has begun in Palestine as promised by US/Israel. There’s no stopping now. Whattcha gonna do when they come for you in Iran? All of your anti-Israeli demos are rubbish!

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The war against Islam started many years ago, it was an indirect war, now it’s an all out war, what i find funny is when a muslim (they rarely tell you his nationality) cimmits a crime they say “a muslim commited this crime”, but when a white Christian commits a crime they never say a Christian did it, but here’s the classic, i in my lifetime have never seen a muslim make fun of Jesus Christ, but Christians always make fun of Mohamad. Don’t get me wrong as i am not vilifying Christians or Christianity , i’m just making a… Read more »
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Though the ones to make fun of Mohamad AND christians are amoral neo-liberal and pseudo-funny disrespectful journalists who love to make fun of someone else like the Jillands Posten in Danemark just to name one, and then fallaciously implicating Christians by claiming that their journal is ‘building on the Christian value of liberty’. Making fun of someone is not a Christian act. It is more a media-presstitute subject.

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Dear Chabraque and CHEVI, Jokes are part of human nature. Humor takes many forms and the person who laughs at a funny joke, say about Irishmen, doesn’t necessarily hate the Irish. I admit, I laugh at some ‘rascist’ jokes. I feel that to omit a particular race or religion from the repertoire is simply giving in to political correctness that is promoted at that time. Laughter is good therapy, so don’t be so prissy. Please excuse, but I thought this one was funny (so stone me, call me a troll, whatever) A guy goes in an adult store and asks… Read more »
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That one is funny. Oh I do agree with you that everyone needs to laugh and to make jokes ! And women also like funny jokes. I love to read the colourful descriptions of Ziad and all of you, even if it is caustic and strong ! Hey, these terrorists are barbarians, they deserve some bad jokes.
I meant more particularly, and i agree with CHEVY and Justice seeker below, that religious bashing, blasphemy and making fun of weak persons’ are not Christian or Muslim values. The presstitute media are just disrespectful.

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lol, that is funny, BTW, i am married to a Christian, i respect all religion that respect others, it’s those hatefull people i really dislike.

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Christians making fun of Mohamad? In my country (The Netherlands) there are/were three people famous of bashing religious people. The paranoid atheistic jackal called Geert Wilders. The atheistic comedian Hans Teeuwen (stopped making jokes about Mohamad because he got scared) and the atheistic filmmaker Theo van Gogh. The last one got killed by a Dutch-Morrocan for making a “blasphemeous” little movie with a Dutch-Somalian women who had turned into a atheïst. Both Teeuwen and Van Gogh made very harsh jokes about Christ and Christians. For example: Van Gogh wrote and spoke about “the smell of rotten fish” when he refered… Read more »
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Yeah, Muslims don’t make fun of Jesus as a reaction to making fun of Mohammed, they just kill Christians – or in the case of Pakistan, they’ll burn down a Pakistani-owned KFC franchise.

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Think you confuse Muslims with Wahhabis.

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Paul there are extremists in all religions, most Pakistanis i don’t like at all, they do not adhere to Islam, they interpret which is a dangerous thing.

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The way I look at it, Justice, is if they smack your second cheek, whatever rolls downhill on top of ’em is richly deserved – – has nothing to do with physical assault – – any form of striking gets the same result.

Arklight
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Hi, Chevi. Yeah. The Jews got picked on so badly because they were a conspicuous minority, and vulnerable. Classic divide and distract, been going on since Neanderthal and Cromagnon. People always fall for it, though, and I don’t know why.

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There is no war against Islam. The US installed Islamic regimes (and constitutions) in Iraq and Afghanistan because they believed these regimes would serve their interests better than the former ones. Religion never entered into it.

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@ZIAD

In the media is being said that ISIS is selling crude oil stolen from IRAQ.. why IRAQ and or Syria bomb the pipelines connecting IRAQ with Turkey ? Why the IRAQ government is not stopping the KUrds also from exporting any OIL ?

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Anon, why don’t you just gear up your feather merchant ass and go stop the Kurds yourself? IqA, IqAF, SAA and SAAF are to busy killing the enemy to waste time on your sniveling.

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Well, Anon, one explanation of why Iraq government is NOT blowing up its own pipelines would be that destroying your own oil pipelines also means destroying vital infrastructure that would cost billions to replace. How’s that for starters??
Try thinking deeply and you may come up with a few more good reasons of your own..

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From liveleak.com: “I have to be honest. It is not looking good,” Aleppan Liwa al-Tawhid commander Abu Hammoud said. “Our fear now is without reinforcements and more weapons we will lose Aleppo [city] to the regime, and the [countryside] to the Islamic State,” “Aleppo rebels find themselves in a vice, caught between advancing regime forces and a resurgent IS. With regional and global powers jittery by the meteoric rise of IS in Iraq, funds, weapons and men are increasingly harder to come by. The persistent refrain of the rebels since the beginning of the conflict has been: Send us more… Read more »
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Shinaydeen: Rebels got their asses in a crack? My heart pumps purple p*ss for them.

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Prince Bandar back in the Driver’s Seat in Riyadh

Wayne MADSEN | 12.07.2014 | 00:00

Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulazia bin Saud is the godfather behind the creation of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), now called the «Islamic State» or «Islamic Caliphate». Without Saudi support for the most radical of the Islamist opposition forces battling Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, it is doubtful that ISIL would have ever incubated beyond a fringe group in Syria.

http://www.strategic-culture.org/pview/2014/07/12/prince-bandar-back-driver-seat-riyadh.html

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Has anyone seen the latest shameless western presstiute propaganda of the poor child being rescued from under the rubble (amid many choruses of “WAKBAR”) in Aleppo, following air-raids on civilian targets by ‘forces loyal to the brutal regime of Srian strong-man, Bashar Assad?’ Interesting to note that this particular scenario in Aleppo is offered up for goy consumption rather than showing similar scenes (which must be far easier to obtain) of Palestinian children suffering the same fate at this time. While the thought of any children suffering due to their parents’ political/religious preferences is sad, I do wonder if this… Read more »
Arklight
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If you’re betting that the footage is fake, Oz, I don’t think you’ll get any takers.

Treize
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So… Take over Resafa/Bani Zaid from the south and fully take over Handarat in the north and take over the industral zone south of it. This would allow SAA to choke off the Castelo Highway with snipers and artillery as it is all open space after than.

That’s the plan then?

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what kills me , is why dont the ISIS / Al-qeada and all hardcore muslim killing machine dont go over to gaza to fight and die the honorable way.
May be Caliph Obumer has not given them the go ahead. May be its Ramadan and u are not suppose to kill infidel !

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I just want to wish the SAA good luck in this ongoing campaign.

All the best and Godspeed.

Greets from Holland.

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I second that! (Greets from Australia)

Arklight
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I’ll sail for that Michel.

CHEVI789
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I’l fourth and fifth that Michael.

Canthama
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Ziad, we will celebrate big time this victorious campaign by the SAA, we count on your usual active news to spread the good news. Lets finish off the rats in Aleppo!

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THE WAY I SEE IT IS THAT SYRIANS CAN UNDERSTAND ,they reflect,argue and in the end they fight ti get it wright,wahhabi and saudia arabia ecc are baaaaaaaaack in the stone age!!! GO SYRIANS ,bomb the fuck out of those canibals,never think twice,kill the all in the spot!!!puting them in jail is a waste of time and money and everything !!!

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Seems it was to soon to declare al mlieha free fars news reporting not quite clear yet but soon as I thought.

Anonymous
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Terrorists blew up a tunnel in Aleppo, did anyone know what was their target? They claim they hit the SAA HQ, but they allways claim they attacked the HQ.

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When all is said and done, Syria’s military will be the strongest in the Arab world.

I’m not even Syrian, Muslim or Arab, but I’m really excited to hear that Aleppo is nearly encircled, and that the Syrian Army is making major gains.

My only issue with Syria is they need to drop the word “Arab” from their identity. Arabs are cowards; Syrians are not!

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Back up, Jordan. Arab snuffy is just as brave as any other, but their own command structures cut ’em off at the knees. Syria had a really bad time of it until the administration scraped the chewing gum off the gears of the military machine, and produced a fighting army that doesn’t have to take a back seat to anybody. Iraq’s coming along pretty nicely in that direction, too.