ISIS ELIMINATED IN LATAKIA; NUSRA DEVASTATED IN DER’AH; ZIONIST GARBAGE ANNIHILATED IN GAZA

بالفيديو..تفاصيل عملية الجيش السوري الواسعة بريف اللاذقية

 

LATAKIA:

The Islamist maniac Turk regime is pushing for more action but getting less results as rodents continue an eastern migration.

 

Jabal Al-Kooz:  SAA smashed these Nusra freaks leaving their carcasses to rot in the orchards awaiting sublimation in the soil as fertilizer:

  • Waleed Ismaa’eel
  • Mus’id Kharaabsha (JORDANIAN COWARD AND CHILD MOLESTER)
  • Rasheed Daawood
  • ‘Abdul-Ghaffaar Al-Hamuw (EGYPTIAN DERELICT AND WINO)
  • Meelaad Jum’ah

Another 12 were not identified and are believed to be Turks and Turkmen.

 

Jabal Al-Nawba:  A formation of goat-like slime-carrying fanatics were eradicated by SAA and NDF:

  • Mahmoud BuSa’eed (a/k/a “Abu Turaab Al-Maghribi”, MOROCCAN APE DROPPING)
  • ‘Ammaar Al-Daraawisha (PALESTEEZIAN COWARD AND APOSTATE FIGHTING IN SYRIA AND NOT IN PALESTINE)
  • Muhammad Hajju
  • Mahmoud Tabaq
  • ‘Adnaan Al-Minyaawi (EGYPTIAN SHEEP PIMP AND ASP VOMIT)
  • Nimr Al-Asmar

Another 10 could not be identified.

 

Khaan Al-Jawz:  SAA intercepted a convoy of Islamist apes and killed all of them: 

  • ‘Abdul-Rahmaan ‘Eedu
  • Taareq Al-‘Aabed
  • Ishaaq Muhammad
  • ‘Abdul-Ghani Kawrek
  • Waleed Darweesh
  • Ahmad Al-Ghareeq

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

Kafriyyaa Village:  An attempted and typically inept infiltration to a checkpoint was blasted out of existence:

Taaher Al-Faaroosi (a/k/a “Abu Rawaad Al-Ansaari”, yawn.)

  • ‘Uthmaan Shaykh Al-Bustaan
  • Mahmoud Ismaa’eel
  • Faarooq Al-Daadaa

Another 3 could not be identified.

 

Jabal Zaahi:  The SAA sniped out an entire pack of rodents from higher positions.  Wael says they are becoming desperate and moving around without aim:

  • Muhssin Fattooh
  • Haamid Siraajuddeen
  • Khaleel Al-Abrash

Another 6 were deemed foreigners and their names are being released. This usually means they are agents of a foreign government.

 

More fighting reported on the border with Turkey at:  Al-‘Idu Village, Al-Shumaysa, Al-Zuwayk, Al-Qasab.  

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DER’AH:

 

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Qasr Al-Beetaar Farms:  An attempted infiltration from the farms to ‘Itmaan was annihilated.  6 confirmed dead rats.

 

East Al-Maleeha (Der’ah):  2 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed and 8 counted dead on those.  Another 4 vans loaded with terrorists were destroyed killing 23 rodents, all Jordanians or carrying dual Jordanian and Palesteezian papers.

 

Jaassem/Inkhil Road: SAAF scorched a convoy of vehicles carrying resupply intended for litter-mates in Inkhil.  No exact numbers on dead rodents.

 

Khirbat Al-Maleeha east of Umm Al-‘Awsaj:  A reported 17 dead rats.  No survivors.

 

West Khazzaanbehind Simleen/Zimreen Junction:  Fighting with no details.

 

Basr Al-Hareer Road:  Ditto.

 

‘Itmaan:  SAA dispatched all rats in a pack and destroyed a cannon and heavy machine gun.  No other details.

 

Daa’el: Another miserable attempt to attack a checkpoint in Ibta’ went to the sewer when alert infantrymen opened fire on the approaching vermin.

 

Al-Nu’ayma Village:  3 rats killed and 9 taken prisoner in an SAA ambush.

 

East Naahita:  Fighting with no details.

 

Tal Khudhr Northwest:  Ditto.

 

‘Itmaan:  A pack of rats hiding inside a block of buildings where they would fire on civilians were annihilated in a very precise but slow operation to eradicate them.  Monzer reports over 30 killed but he has no names.

 

Kharaab Al-Shahm/Al-Yaadoodaa Road:  Big numbers of dead rats. It’s hard to get information during Ramadhaan.

 

Der’ah City at the Electric Station and the City Square: Skirmishing.

 

 

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GAZA:  Note to readers. The Zionist Khazar State is concealing actual casualties from the public.  SyrPer can assure its readership that Zionist rat fatalities are over 100 as of July 24, 2014.  We’ll have more later.


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Kjel
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Any news about the former mentioned regions (Deir Ezzor, Raqqa and Hassakah). Seems ISIL is desperate to control the whole north east and tries to control all SAA/Nusra/FSA/PYD area’s or islands.

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ISIL also withdrew from Damascus Countryside. I don’t know how to see it, if it’s good or bad, more chances to kill them in a non-frendly area like Damascus or letting them withdraw with their forces almost intact in the East where they’re already very strong.

I think the second.

This show the differnces between fanatic islamist apes and fanatic but professional islamist apes.

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Anon, ISIS is being pressed very hard and losing ground, so it’s better that the rats leave Damascus, to die in the desert. It will be good when the northern border is closed by SAA and YPG so that ISIS is caught in an ever contracting fire sack. Exterminate the ratbastards – – every single stinking one. That’s my opinion, anyway.

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Here’s the link to M’s theater map, nicely done. The theater map he updates daily, with notes, at the top, of current engagements and air action. The Aleppo and Dara’a maps he updates when he has time. He also has military activity for Gaza, although I don’t follow that. Very well worth the time to check out.

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Canthama
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Kjel, my 2 cts on your question. 1) Hasaka, not so much activities, kurds and SAA are still keeping the lyon part of the province and it is a tough fight for ISIS, borders are quite sealed though ISIS come and go is of course possible through the desert. I actually see ISIS being kicked out Hasaka in the mid term, next yr or so. 2) Raqqa Province will clearly shift hands after Aleppo is dealt with, there SAA forces in Al Bab, Deir Hafir, and Manbij, which are Aleppo province but clearly in a pincer move toward Raqqa, I… Read more »
Arklight
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Hello again, C:Raqqah and Deir az Zor are critical to ISIS because of the transport nexus and, I think, you’re right that both will be a hard scrap. If both are liberated, ISIS would be cut in two, divided by the Euphrates River. According to M’s theater map, ISIS seems to be using the shotgun technique of attacking everywhere in hopes of punching a hole somewhere. I don’t believe they have the assets to pursue that tactic, but what do I know. http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400. IA and IAF are knocking more of them off daily, and combined with the losses inflicted by… Read more »
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Arklight, fully agree, ISIS strength is based on spreading fear to population or armies coupled with some massive focused attacks, they have done this over and over, but it seems they over stretched in all fronts. Retreating from Damascus and the western fronts point to regrouping in order to keep up with the ability to move large nbrs to conquer a city or site. I think SAA needs additional intel to counter ISIS, pthey are already getting some from the local population but i believe additional ones, maybe sats and drones, could help,SAA to track larger moves and strike with… Read more »
Arklight
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Well, C, there’s never enough hard intel, but I don’t think they’ll get any sat overheads in real time, from anybody. Recon drones with night vision and/or ifrared would be good, and I don’t know that Syria doesn’t have them, although I doubt IA has. I suspect that Syria has drones with full recon capabilities, but that’s just a notion put together from bits and pieces gathered here and there; not in large numbers, but maybe just enough to meet immediate needs. The losses of al Quaim and Camp Speicher were the last, so far, that have really hurt IA… Read more »
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DAASH is a creature of the west, They are there to create a human disaster in order to give the NATO forces an excuse to install military installations with the main reason to protect Saudi apes and their masters in occupied Palestine under the pretext of humanitarian causes. The question here is will Iran, Iraq and Syria allow DAASH to continue to exist. My take is no. Iraq is developing her own NDF as we speak, in short order DAASH will be attacked and removed from everywhere in the region including Deir A Zor and Raqa and any other place… Read more »
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@Canthama – You might be right, but I have a different understanding based on my admittedly limitted knowledge of the situation on the ground in Syria. I think after taking control of Aleppo, the next step for the SAA will not be Raqqa, but to retake full control of Idlib Provence combined with a mopping up of Hama, the N. of Homs, and the NE of Latakia. This, combined with a mopping up of greater Damascus and clearing out Daraa and the Golan, would result in a large solid terrorist-free swath of territory in the west of the country, where… Read more »
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Josh, a lot of wisdom on your words. It makes sense indeed. The issue. I see with Der Ez Zor is not terrain which is good for SAA and SAAF but the open and easy to cross border with Iraq and Jordan, this is where ISIS feel at home and have easy resupplies, i can only see Syria liberating that province once iraq starts pushing hard ISIS back to to the ground and jordan starts blocking their support to terrorists, or when SAA gets enough drones for nigh survailance and attack, SAA has limited amount of drones mostly for day… Read more »
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Thanks Canthama – You certainly have lots of insights too. In fact I think that was prob the first time I saw one of your posts I didn’t quite agree with 😛 Of course the borders are an important concern there, but the same is true for Idlib, Aleppo, and lots of other provinces. Securing the borders are certainly integral to any solution. You do have a point with ISIS’s occupation of parts of Iraq giving them more strategic depth, but I think this can be handled. Go ahead and bomb ISIS on the Iraqi side – as Syria has… Read more »
M
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SAA is doing exactly what I would do! Clearing the centre of the country and pushing the rats north end south in a bid to push them out and close the borders. Just look; Qualamoun is cleared (centre) and the border to Lebanon is now deadly trap for rodents. On the south the SAA is pushing them out towards Daraa. On the north they are trying to push them out towards Turkey, going around the Aleppo. When that is over whatever is left of the rat population will be left out of supplies since all of the borders will be… Read more »
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M, it is a very good reading of he status quo anf future, ditto from me.

Arklight
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M, of the northern border crossings 3 are held by the enemy 1 by SAA and the rest by YPG, of the enemy held crossings, 1 is held by FSA and 2 by ISIS, 1 on each side of the Euphrates. YPG is engaging ISIS in the contest for ownership of both. To the west, SAA holds the Kessab crossing, FSA holds the Bab al-Hawa crossing. I don’t look for the border to be sealed anytime soon, unfortunately. I do think, though, that the Lebanese border is pretty well closed by Hizbollah. The border with the Golan will probably touchy,… Read more »
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Ziad – any word if Hezbolah will be trying to help the people in Gaza. I thought somewhere on the web that they might try to help against the Z nazis.

Arklight
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Tedo,, Hizbollah is Lebanon’s defense force, since Lebanon has no functional army. The only way to help the Gazans is to exterminate Hamas and Muslim Brotherhood. There are plenty of stateless Arabs mooching off both Lebanon and Syria – – let them go to Gaza and help..

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They are, Qassam fights like. Hizbollah because it was trained by them and Iran. Thousands of missiles are flying to Israel because Iran and Syria sent them and Hizbollah helped Qassam to hide them on the ground and mobile units. Hizbollah has people in Gaza helping with advices to Qassam to coordinate attacks and defense lines. Ins’t incredible that after 2 weeks Israel could not break into deep into the tiny little Gaza strip ? The world has changed it and the evil NWO has not caught up to it, Gaza resistance today, syria resistance for 3 yrs and Hizbollah… Read more »
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Hope the IDF suffer more casualties, meanwhile all over the world ditches from the Zionist regime, Brasil have called its ambassador and more Rallies are taking place in Europe ( Paris ), Ziad a entry about the ongoing reaction of the real free world in face of the Zionist onsalught is needed, Cheers.

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I have the utmost respect for the Syrian military and Syrian people for standing up to these murdering New World Order criminals. It looks the that rats in Kiev are starting to eat each other. They are the same ZATO NWO vermin like Yats, Yulla and the other traitors to the Ukrainian people.

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The more of each other they kill, the fewer Novarossiya has to deal with.

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Considering they have a total, and I mean total air, men, equipments and technology, 100 deads it’s quite remarkable.
Are severe injuried (wich usually means soldiers that will never be able to returno to the battlefield) included?
Debka File says the main issue hamas has is how to break out the Active Trophy defense system, wich is causing some problems since tanks are unstoppable so far.

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Arklight
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Interesting.

Anonymous
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Interesting indeed. But it’s unlikely they will get their hands (and have the time to learn how to use it properly) on that or someone will be able to smuggle that in Gaza.

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Actually, I’m much more concerned that ISIS will get their mitts on these weapons. Gazans voted Hamas into power, knowing what Hamas is and was. The kids didn’t do it, and it’s too bad for them but mom and dad? Grandpa and Grandma? Sorry, but my sympathies don’t stretch that far.

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Whats the flag on tank? Armenians?
And Isis in Latakia? Wasnt Latakia secured after geniusly prepared “Kesab -> 72 Verginians” voyage?

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It’s a Syrian flag with a picture of Bashar al-Assad.

Canthama
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Right you are pleasant.

CHEVI789
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Latakia ( actually said Al Latkia) is so far well defended, same as Tartous, my relatives are there and no complaints so far, they are killing rats but not in huge numbers as these rats travel in small groups.

Arklight
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Hey, Chevi, how ya be? So – – has Iran started construction yet on its naval base in Latakia?

CHEVI789
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Hey Arklight, i thought it was Russia that was building another port, don’t recall Iran, answer me on another post buddy.

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Chevi, Russia has an operationsl port in Tartus and they are beefing it up now that the good old US cold war is back. Syria signed an agreement with Iran for a military port in Lattakia, but little is known about its progress so far, it is part of iranian strategy to demonstrate power against Israel and US as well as a cental point to unload military cargo to Hizbullah and Syria, not sure it really has the same structure as the Tartus port Russia, but it could serve as an extra help for Syria if operational of course. My… Read more »
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Wonderful news. I shall sleep well tonight and hope to dream of those nusrat scum bastards rotting in the summer sun. Bliss.

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organised zio-gangsterism keeping the people in bondage
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Q: Why did the Zionist cross the road?
A: To occupy the other side.

Hagel Sieg Heil Syrien, Hagel Präsident Bashar al-Assad

Hail victory, Hail Syria, Hail President Bashar al-Assad

“It should be known that Israel is based on treachery.” Bashar al-Assad

Jew-Dog
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Q: Why were hundreds of zionist bankers stranded on Disney’s Treasure Island?
A: When offered the help , they refused.

Canthama
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Hmmmm, it is at least suspicious, Ukies PM resigned, this move at this time, it raises a lot of questions on Ukies related to MH17, not saying it is related but it is at oeast suspicious.

http://m.rbth.com/news/2014/07/24/yatsenyuk_announced_his_resignation_from_ukrainian_pm_position_38506.html

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His stated reasons made sense to me – – Ukraine is worse than broke, there’s no work, since the Russians haven’t gotten delivery of gear for which they paid in advance and Kiev will get no further orders; there’s no money to pay for weapons, ammunition, rations or soldier’s pay and Parliament sits around telling each other how important they all are. I don’t blame him. Of course, he could have resigned because he would like to hat up and sky on out of Ukraine before the fecal matter strikes the blades of the rotating air circulator, and I don’t… Read more »
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Yats knows the truth is going to come out that the Ukriane shot down the plane formerly known as Flight 370. The Ukrianian people need to string up the people behind this coup because they also shot down this recycled airliner with bodies that had been dead for weeks.

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My opinion is that the damage to the 777 was caused by a internal bomb. I could also have been a heavy duty ground to air missile. If the rear fuselage came off bodies would come out that were not restrained. They would tumble or spin and freeze. Freeze is blue. They would be strewn along the flight path of the aircraft. If living people came out, they would freeze and die, or if covered in some way, they would die from impact.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/?p=312642

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@proven: According to Russian tracking records (I think that the presentation is still up on RT) there was a Ukie SU25 in the immediate vicinity of MH17 at the time it lost speed; also, there was one report that the right engine showed damage from an air-to-air missile, followed by an internal explosion. It’s pretty involved, but entirely plausible, that the Israelis loaded on board a number of corpses, drained of blood, plus packets of blood infected with some bio weapon, with a bomb timed to explode in Kuala Lumpur, scattering some plague all over the place. Anyway, when the… Read more »
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Nah. Yats is Washington’s man in Ukraine. He is a Zionist/IMF/banker stooge as well. Everyone knows that Ukraine is going down the shithole fast and its going to keep getting a lot worse in the forseeable future. Washington wants to preserve/protect his carefully crafted image from the flying shit storm that awaits and then they will reintroduce him when things have settled a bit as the “Father of the Revolution”. Their hope is that Ukraine will reach rock bottom and then look to him for guidance out of the mess as if he were a Mandela-like figure. Furthermore, the West… Read more »
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It seems we gonna hear good news from Novorossiya soon, Saker reports a potential turning point and a collapse of Ukies forces, this his view but worth following it. Ukies regime send word today to beef up at all cost the army with new soldiers, so new law was passed to increase drafting or mandatory services. One can only think what will happen with green fresh young fools facing the brave fighters at Novorossyia….as time passes more truth is coming out on the downing of Mh17, MSM has been bombarded by alternative media on its lousy job and coverage, see… Read more »
Arklight
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Porky seems to thing that giving a kid a set of brand new BDUs, a pair of boots and a rifle turns him into a soldier. Blithering idiot.

Eddy
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The mothers and fathers need to tell their boys and sons to stay home.

CHEVI789
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Good point, if there was a war i would do the same, i’de tell my son it ain’t your war, let the fools kill each other, you stay here and defend this country.

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Syria is different. These brave men are defending Syrian citizens and Syria from evil rats. The Syrian soldiers are heroes.

The militia in Western Ukraine are also heroes. Hopefully the young men in Eastern Ukraine will not fight for the criminals in Kiev.

CHEVI789
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Oh Eddy, if the president called on all ex-patriots to come and defend i know we would all run there in a heartbeat, i keep saying this, unfortunately the SAA is not allowing outsiders to join, sure we can join the NDF but the SAA is not on the terrorist list but they might view in teh future NDF and ANG forces as such, we do live in another country you know. Also i need to point out that i for one will be heading over to help rebuild once this is all over, i have a few qualifications to… Read more »
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@Chevi, I’ll sail for that! I wouldn’t go to war again except for this physical country; I’ve no interest whatever in helping a small group of dyed-in-the-wool ratbastards get immensely richer at the expense of the taxpayers and their kids, while the ratbastards risk nothing.

BRICS, Thats a real G.
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Germany’s Federal Foreign Office (FFO) contacted Moscow this week requesting an accelerated membership course for their joining the BRICS economic community as they plan to leave the European Union (EU), a move Russian experts said would “spell doom” to the Obama regimes “dream of empire”. According to this report, Germany became “alarmed” this week after the Obama regime ordered the EU to “ignore and not comment on” the evidence provided by Russia relating to the Malaysian Airlines 17 flight shot down over Ukraine last week proving it was a “deliberate action” ordered by Kiev officials with CIA involvement. German intelligence… Read more »
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Actually, I was surprised that Germany even joined the EU, since the Germans weren’t hot for it – – but the politicians can always be counted upon for ultimate stupidity. Americans aren’t paying attention to DC’s propaganda because most Americans know that anything which comes out of either DC or London is a bald faced lie, or at best some fabrication with a very thin wafer of fact, somewhere, but twisted so much out of shape that the effect is that of a lie, anyway. Well, the Germans will be delighted to return to the Deutschmark, and I’ll be happy… Read more »
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Dr. Jim Willie has been saying this is coming.

http://usawatchdog.com/germany-secretly-planning-on-joining-brics-jim-willie/

The USA and criminal Holder have been attacking European banks and European companies. They are spied on and secrets stolen by the NSA too. The Ukraine, Flight 17 and hopefully Gaza are the last straw for Germany.

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I for one have always admired the Germans, shame i never continued learning German, as bad as they were in WW2, you have to admire their determination and their inventions whether destructive or like the jet engine amongst other things,an army of 7 million i think held the world at bay for 4 years, if they Join the BRICS they have to change the name, and it would be a tough one to add the “G”.

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That is a hoax.

Arklight
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Prove it.

Nobilitatis
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Trust me. I am German.
With the politicians we have that would never happen. They are American puppets. Since WW II we have never been independent.

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I have to respond to this because this is utter nonsense. Germany is not leaving for BRIC and is not going to leave the EU. The EU might have some grave problems but this is absolutely nonsense. On the contrary they are going very far to save the Euro while its failure is nearer then it’s succes. All because they feel ashamed by WWII still. Besides that Merkel is much smarter then to think BRIC is better then EU. How much you dislike the US do not start talking utter nonsense. You must live outside Europe to fall for such… Read more »
Arklight
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Yeah, EU will fight to save the EU, right down to the last Deutschmark. The Germans are smart, and they are pissed so don’t try to tell me that Germany telling them all to go crap in their hat is outside the realm of possibility.

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The Syrian army and the government has to react as quickly as possible.
They are spirit to bring of ” the humanitarian worker(humanitarianism) ” to skunks. We can speak about provisioning in weapons between 2 round loaves of bread and falafels.
It is clearly about an attempt of reactivating the troops of skunks which are ravenous in zones “besieged” and with a grave danger for the aas and Syria.
I really hope a firm reaction of the army and the Syrian government when has what seems to be a new guile on behalf of the Zionist UN and a great danger for Syria!

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voices on the web indicate that ISIS is a creature of RAND Corporation (CIA/NSA controlled) and is headquartered at the US embassy in Ankara….(?).

Arklight
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Yeah. SFP had a well written and documented article on the subject a week ago, or so. No surprised there, except to see it all laid out, nice and neat.

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Hi all,

ISIS tactics seem to be very efficent so why not copy it? Build a very mobile 1.000 soldier rag tag unit which attacks oil fields and other valueable ISIS targets in their back.

cheers
J

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ISIS is using psychotronic weapons by trained divisions that spearhead attacks. Unless this is countered, not much progress can be achieved. Russia knows about this. Maybe she can help, if their Fradkov allows.

The Watcher
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Hey,

they dont use psychotronic weapons. They just mass so they get a 2:1 or 3:1 overweight in manpower and than use suicide bombers at the start of the attack to cause fear (maybe the new shock and awe?).

cheers
J

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@Watcher: I thought psychotronic weapons were a bit of a stretch, although they may well be among the hideous projects DARPA is spending trainloads of taxpayer money on. As much experience as SAA and NDF have, by now, I’d think that the suicide bombers would be more likely to cause temporary hearing loss and headaches.

The Watcher
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Hey Arklight,

i think this is just part of the psychology. We saw the same at Meng Airbase. They want to create fear and demoralize their enemies. They are portrait like “Superheroes”.

Best would be to build a trap for example at Brigade 93 or at some oilfield. With only a few defenders on the ground at the base. Once they party for victory airforce should bomb the hell out of them. Or maybe use explosives to blow them up.

cheers
J

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Any word on the situation in Al-Hasakah?

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Salutations to the mentat Ziad. I just had to pass this on. ‘Netanyahu is so crazy he drove his psychiatrist to kill himself’ [or, Netanyahu just killed him or had him killed to cover up stuff that was in the book the guy was going to have published!] Anguished Suicide Note Cites ‘Deluge of Doublethink’ In Driving Kind-Hearted Shrink to Despair Dr Moshe Yatom, distinguished Israili psych: “I can’t take it anymore. Robbery is redemption, apartheid is freedom, peace activists are terrorists, murder is self-defense, piracy is legality, Palestinians are Jordanians, annexation is liberation, there’s no end to his contradictions.… Read more »
Maria Engström
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I’m really glad to hear that the Zionists are suffering heavy casualties.

I really Wish the Syria Wristbands would ship to Sweden. 😐

chl
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Division 17 under pressure:
https://www.facebook.com/hashtag/band_17

Saudi suicide bomber, who belongs to ‪#‎ISIL‬, blew himself up at the walls of Band 17 in an attempt to break into the band ,but members of the Syrian Arab Amy repelled the attack . The executioner of this suicide operation is Abu Khatab Alnajdi from Saudi Arabia and the attack is made through several axes .
Syrian Arab Army repelled the attack and the fighting is still ongoing. However, electricity is totally cut off in #Raqqa city in conjunction with the attack on the Band 17 .

Flanders
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Division 17 seems to have fallen, 300 soldiers there.
Pro government twitter are saying the majority evacuated and linked up with Tabqa Airbase.
and that SAA fired four scuds to cover the retreat.
Some caught and beheaded.

Unconfirmed, but it looks that way but one can never be sure all the way.

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Flanders,

Where is your information coming from?

Links please!

Another Aussie

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It is all over Google, Liveleak and Twitter. The offensives involved 1,400 fighters _ 600 in Raqqa and 800 in Hasaka. Regiment 121 in Hasaka is under attack. Gen. Samir Aslan, the head of military intelligence in Raqqa province, and Gen. Miziad Salameh, the commander of Regiment 121, a major military installation in Hasaka province have fallen, or so they say. Build up by IS in Deir el Zour. All is unconfirmed, but hmm, how do you confirm this? In any case, IS is on the move now that Nusrat, IF and the FSA clowns have been defeated in Deir… Read more »
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Canthama
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Flanders, thanks for keeping us up to date on this ISIS propaganda attempt to spread fear, their nbr. 1 strategy is to that, boost their moral, get more rats to join them, spread fear among population and soldiers etc… I am not saying at all that these attacks are not happening, they have been pressing both bases for long now, mainly the torn on thier side base 17 near Raqqa. My guess is that is totally the opposite, SAA is actually building up forces to move toward Raqqa, so not sure ISIS is getting nervous knowing Raqqa will fall fast,… Read more »
Flanders
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http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=7999

Members of army unit redeployed in preparation for facing armed terrorist groups in the vicinity of Raqqa

Provinces, SANA_ Members the army unit defending the Band 17 area in Raqqa were successfully redeployed in the preparation for facing the armed terrorist groups in the vicinity of Raqqa.

Arklight
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@Flanders: SANA says that Band 17 troops were successfully redeployed, implying that there was no enemy opposition to the deployment. Social media posts on so many subjects are fabricated from whole cloth, and cannot possibly be relied upon, but you should know that. Even a cursory look at the dead ‘soldiers’ in the LiveLeaks post will tell you that these are not SAA troops, but dead rats. Also, SANA does NOT say that Division 17 base was evacuated, just that troops were redployed from there. The night photos are interesting, but could be from almost any night action. Personally, I… Read more »
Ten
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The SAA most likely left a handful of men behind to cover their redeployment. Those are probably the men with their heads cut off in the images on liveleak.

Arklight, I would be wary before calling these men rats, they certainly do not look like ISIS members to me and all look ethnically Syrian. Labelling these brave defenders after the enemy is a disservice to the sacrifice they made.

M
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Division 17 has repelled initial attack, but the fighting still rages on as far as I know.

Ozsceptic
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Hey Ned Flanders! Haven’t had much to cheer about lately, I suppose. Now Is gives you big hopes. 300 brave Syrians massacred and beheaded too! Bet you’re cracking a big fat over that. Get back to your porn site, spoof merchant.

Arklight
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@chl: 17th Division has always been under pressure. Too bad the lights are off in Raqqah, but those folks were lucky to have power this long.

Flanders
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“the majority evacuated and linked up with Tabqa Airbase.” That could be ‘ANA says that Band 17 troops were successfully redeployed’. “You have to do better than that.” and what the hell is that supposed to mean? I’m interested in all information. Syrianperspective is good, often exclusive information but isn’t always right. If we would believe all that is published here, then the SAA would make massive gains almost every day and the war would end soon. That isn’t going to happen from what I have seen since I’ve been following the war since early ’13. I hope and think… Read more »
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Mr Flanders, i presume a Belgium, i would suggest to you that you should go to the area in question or ask your government agents what is the true situation. Ziad tries his best, he has motives in what he tells us, his contacts must be preserved. So it is weekend, pack your begs and go please, enjoy your summer vacation.

Flanders
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Ziad hasn’t spoking out about this. I hope he will have good news. Hans, why don’t you pack your begs, clown.

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Germany 1 – Belgium 0

Arklight
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You’re giving us social media which is a garbage scow, at best. SANA had no mention of evacuation; granted, that’s possible, but SANA only stated that some troops were successfully redeployed. I’ve seen no mentions of ‘massive gains’, and I’ve followed SyrPer since Ziad lit the fire; I may have missed it, but don’t think so. Z is pretty meticulous, and verifies his information before posting. The photos could well be archived from who knows when or where, and posted now to make the garbage in the scows seem less odorous. The dead in the pics seem to be wearing… Read more »
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Map circulating on Twitter. Just as info.

Syria Raqqah IS offensive 25 July 2014 by @deSyracuse.png
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0ByQl9HGZDeRXMFNLdXo4b19vVU0/edit

Arklight
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I tried the link. Google says the file does not exist.

Flanders
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Works here, I assume you must have gmail open to see it.

If you don’t have gmail, here it is on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/deSyracuse/status/492614531450175489/photo/1

Arklight
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No got gmail. Oh, well – –

Flanders
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You don’t need gmail to look at the map on twitter. The gmail version is just a bigger version.

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Flanders, a bit of the other side of the coin, see FARSNews on Raqqa, if confirmed it will be a major blow to ISIS rats. As. I mentioned in another post, this looks like central prison all over and rats will lose again.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930503000577

Flanders
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SAF bombardment forced the IS to withdraw overnight in Hasaka. Things are less clear around Division 17. Obviously, the SAF is pounding them there as well. Central prison was build to keep people in, and thus, easy to reverse and keep people out.

I hope it will not be a repeat of Menagh Air Base battle and the Aleppo hospital.

I might add that there is no dishonor in a tactical retreat if the military command decides that it is the best next step. Better to retreat and regroup then to be extermindated. We will see.

Arklight
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Flanders, the Syrian military has grown up since Mengh and the hospital; it has morphed into a serous killing machine, lean and tight. They’ll be fine, don’t worry.

Flanders
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SA sources confirming that the 17th Div. in #Raqqah still under Regime control, and #IS took control of the Chem. Battalion only.

Arklight
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C, I think I mentioned to you in another post that ISIS is attacking everywhere, trying to punch a hole somewhere. Silly me, they’re running out of time. They should be getting in supplies for a winter campaign, and they’re not. IAF and SAAF knock off the convoys as soon as they enter the country, so they don’t have the clothing or other gear necessary for war in the winter. I live in the desert, so I know that in the spring it’s cold (and sometimes wet), summer is hotter than a two peckered billy goat, fall is cold and… Read more »
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I think you nailed it nicely, history repeats itself, i see Al Qalamoun campaign all over again but this time is Raqqa. You recall that Al Qalamoun battle started around October last year, as a sequence of the critical SAA win at Qusayr in May- June, so my bets are that SAA though aleppo would be totally encircled in the summer, which we still will see it, and push the fall-winter campaign into. Raqqa, rats know it and are deeply worried, hell is coming to them to ease their cold bones….

Arklight
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Ten, since when does SAA run around in the desert wearing athletic shoes?

Ten
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Considering they have been besieged for more than a year now it wouldn’t surprise me. Also, it’s a lot easier to to maneuver in athletic shoes than it is in combat boots. If you need to make a fast retreat on foot I know I’d rather wear athletic shoes than steel toed boots. I don’t think anyone in the liveleak thread has stated the beheaded men weren’t members of the SAA or NDF and it’s more or less fact at this point that they were part of the Syrian military. As I mentioned before it’s best to err on the… Read more »
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No sale, bud, sorry. Athletic shoes give you no support for the ankles, and the last thing a rat needs is to sprain or break and ankle with an SAA line dog hot on his heels. The sole of the foot is not protected, either, and here in Nevada desert we have poison thorns that won’t even notice an athletic shoe sole. Almost like punji sticks, but smaller. Nah. doesn’t wash.

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Rat, rat, rat.

Arklight
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Honestly Oz, what ARE we to do with you? Tsk, tsk, tsk.

Anonymous
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I am hearing disturbing news from the east of Syria about a lot of dead Syrian soldiers and these ISIS-rats advancing. I just hope that the SAA is able to counter these Murderers and kill them all!!!

A friend of Syria from the Netherlands

Arklight
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We’ll see. Here’s the link to M’s theater map, which he updates daily, with notes of current operations at the top of the page. Aleppo and Dara’a maps he updates when he has time.
http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

Anonymous
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I been telling you guys here that ISIS was not to be underestimated. No-one listened, everyone was in La La land that ISIS was in East Syria to fight Syrian Islamist. The price of ignorance: Base 17 annihilated.

Arklight
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All we know for certain is that troops were redeployed from the base, per SANA, but beyond that we’ll have to wait and see. As you know, anyone can post anything on social media, and half the readers soil their undies and pass out from panic – – for nothing. Chill out, and wait for solid news.
Link to M’s theater map: http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

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Ark, you are being too polite to this creature. ISIS obviously gives him a stiffy.

Arklight
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Oz! You’re so RUDE!

Arklight
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I don’t know who is underestimating ISIS, widely known to be a very dangerous enemy with, apparently, professional military staffing from somewhere, probably American rats – – ‘retired’ military, and so on, maybe Turkish too, since there were dead Turkish officers recovered after one fight with ISIS. I’m positive that SAA is not selling ISIS short, neither are NDF, ADF or YPG in Syria, nor IA and Peshmerga in Iraq. Politicians armchair quarterbacks and spectators may sell ISIS short, but you better believe Snuffy doesn’t.
Link to M’s theater map: http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

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Hah! You wish!….and that’s the problem. Why do you hide as Anon? My name is Paul. I live in Australia. My name here is Ozsceptic. Now , who are you?

Anonymous
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URL for map not working.
Other links also not.
Anyway, the ESEL terror-globetrotters
are deadright at area 17, they reached the best
mincer place for them.
Their left behind around the Sha’er region are
already fertilizing the deserted ground there.
Non-stop SAF attacking.
Good riddance!

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Should there is one negative for Israel to be elellected out of this stupid attack to Gaza, is that their iron dome was proved a fake against thousands of missiles. Iraning commander is right on his concclusions.
Should I be israeli living in israel i would be very very concerned by jow, all the iron dome protection illusion is gone.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930503000889

Arklight
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C, I’m delighted for both of us that we are not Israelis living in Israel.

Ozsceptic
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C, I’m even happier I’m not a Palestinian in Gaza. On second thoughts, I’m just happy I’m not a Palestinian.

Arklight
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I’ll sail for that, Oz.

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Even for Ziad it is hard to get the intel on these provinces. MI want to keep strategy a secret i quess. I cannot confirm nor deny any movement or progress of whom whatsoever around base 17 and 93. Only that there is heavy fighting (also Hasakah/Qwers airport). So they are fighting on all fronts (also Shaar gas field). Seems they are over stretching to and the SAA is surprised about the power. ISIL is led by former Iraqi generals so they are good strategy wise. And i think the best Syrian units are occupied elsewhere. Deir Ezzor and Hasakah… Read more »
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The last I heard, Division 17 is holding with support from SAAF, but had redeployed some troops to meet ISIS in another engagement. I don’t know that ISIS got through the wire, but I’ll bet the rats who are still alive wish they were somewhere else. I’ve no info on 93 moving to Tabqah Airbase would be a real stretch. The Kurds had, at one time, an accommodation with Damascus, but I don’t know what the status of that is, now. YPG is fighting hard to close the border with Turkey, but doesn’t seem to be getting any support of… Read more »
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As a regular contributor to this site, I am amazed at the morbid fixation about purported SAA losses and supposed SAA setbacks, usually based on face-book babble and without solid evidence to back them up. Anonymous comments like “If we believe all that is published here, then the SAA would make massive gains almost every day” ignore the obvious fact that the SAA has made and continues to make spectacular gains every day, against the hopes and expectations of those who post these comments. Then we have the the slimy ‘polite inquiries’ like: “Excuse me Ziad, can you please confirm… Read more »
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Sticking your head in the sand also isn’t the best course of action. Reporting on the setbacks as well as the victories are necessary to ensure that Syrian Perspective remains an objective source and not just another blog that can be labelled as ‘conspiratorial’ or ‘propaganda’ by others. You’re also not supporting your cause by making sweeping generalizations, assumptions and ad hominem attacks to those who don’t agree with your point of view. If you feel that the information they’re providing is inaccurate then provide an alternative source. I know you guys like to use SANA as the final word… Read more »
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I WOULD PREFER TO SEE EVIDENCE AND RELIABLE CONFIRMATION OF THESE ADVANCES FIRST. How about joining me in a prayer anyway..no? Oh well. That’s not for everyone I suppose. My name is Paul. I live in Australia. I am a teacher. Nothing to hide. Now, who did you say you were?

Arklight
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Right you are, Oz – – they should at least all use the moniker ‘Jeremiah’ so we wouldn’t waste time on em.

Arklight
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Right you are, Oz. Makes ya wanna close one eye and fart.

CHEVI789
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As we Aussies say, stop bitchin and do your job no matter what. We have no time for whingers.

P&P
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ESEL&Co. on crumbling legs no future at all.
A caravan doomed, to death will crawl.
The one as stupid born to die,
the other frantically seek to lie.

Ozsceptic
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P & P – Awesome.

Arklight
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Far out, dude!

P&P
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My humble contribution to our psy-war!
My forced rhyme my stuck to their ears.

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