OBAMAS CANNIBALS DECIMATED ALL OVER SYRIA; SAA SURROUNDS ALEPPO

الجيش السوري يتقدم باتجاه القلمون بعد مقتل قائد بـ"الجيش الحر"

 

We at SyrPer are proud to inform all readers that the Palestinians are now reaching Tel Aviv and Haifa because of missiles (M-75) manufactured and delivered to them by Syria.  Although Hamas and its traitor political representative, Khaaled Mish’al, showed their true colors when the Hamas office in Damascus was abandoned by them in an act of support for the NATO/Saudi-supported terrorist savages of which Hamas is a tried-and-true member, Syria continued to support the Palestinians Liberation Movement because of deep-seated sympathy for the brotherly people of occupied Palestine.  The Palestinians have a Big Surprise of their own this time around, and it is because of Syria.

 

ALEPPO:  It’s happening now as I write.  A huge military force made up of 2 mechanized armored divisions backed by over 5,000 NDF troops is waiting for the order for the final push to make OPERATION CANOPUS STAR complete.  The terrorists are being monitored begging for help before whole groups begin surrendering to the SAA.  They are almost out of ammunition.  The SAA is positioned to the east and west of the remaining rat positions in Bani Zayd and Al-Raashideen.  SyrPer predicts over 3,000 rodents will be killed by the time this operation ends in victory.

The attack will be three-pronged, with forces enveloping the Shuqayyif area from the east while another comes in over the west and devastates the remnant rodents in Al-Layramoon.  Another prong will jut up from Al-Ashrafiyya and complete the envelopment.  Once these areas are secure, the attack will begin on ‘Anadaan.  SyrPer sticks to its timetable:  Aleppo completely rat free in 8 days.

 

Al-Mansoora:  An attempted encroachment to the town of Binyaameen was annihilated by NDF and armed civilians.  All 16 rodents were killed.  All were foreigners.

 

Daarat ‘Izza:  The SAA assaulted a Nusra position killed 5 hyenas and taking 11 rats prisoner.

 

Fighting very intense now in these areas: Rutyaan, Al-Shaykh Sa’eed, Al-Shaykh Ahmad, Hanaanu, Al-Baab, Al-Judayda, Dayr Jamaal, Bayaanoon, Castillo, ‘Anadaan, Tal Rif’aat, Huraytaan, Maare’, A’zaaz, Al-Ataareb, Kuwayris, Al-‘Uwayja, Tal Sha’eer, Al-Maryamayn,  Al-Haadher, Al-Saakhoor.

 

Bani Zayd:  SAAF pounded Nusra and FSA positions in this area yesterday killing an estimated 30+ rats.  Bani Zayd is in the cross hairs of the SAA when the ground offensive to exterminate the terrorist cannibals begins.  It may be starting now.

NOTE TO READERS:  Do not believe any lies from the Western Press about Hizbollah playing any role in the encirclement of Aleppo.  While it is absolutely true that Hizbollah is present in the besieged Shi’i towns of Nibbul and Al-Zahraa north of ‘Anadaan, they are not engage in any operations in Aleppo City.  The lies emanate from the fact that the NDF has hundreds of Lebanese volunteers from South Lebanon whose accents are the same as most members of Hizbollah.  Don’t fall for the baloney.  Their kiting this lie in order (or so they think) to enrage westerners.  Makes no difference.

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DAMASCUS:

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Mayda’ah:  Liberated.  Now, we are seeing the area cleaned up.  2 dead rats yesterday.

 

Al-Nishaabiyya Farms:  Horrendous losses to both Jabhat Al-Islam and Jaysh Al-Islam when SAA and NDF surrounded their 2 positions and bombed them back into the Jaahiliyya with short-range missiles and artillery.  When infantry combed the area, they found 26 carcasses. I have no further details.

 

Marj Al-Sultaan:  SAA killed these vultures:

  • Kifaah Kurd-‘Ali
  • Mu`ayyad Al-Barqaawi
  • Abu Qusayy ‘Abdul-‘Azeez (Id pending)
  • Rushdi Al-Talee’ah
  • Yaasser Abu ‘Aysha
  • Adeeb Abu-Muzhir

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

Doumaa:  This operation had nothing to do with the attempted arrest of Zahraan ‘Alloosh reported today in SyrPer:

  • Ahmad Al-Barghooth
  • ‘Abdul-Haadi Mu’ayka

 

Assaal Al-Ward on the Lebanese border:  SAA now merely pursuing the scurrying rodents.

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turma:  A warehouse with weapons and ammunition invaded by SAA and all contents seized and delivered up to NDF and ANG for killing Wahhabist apes.

 

Jawbar:  At the Teachers’ and Fateena Towers.  SAA clashed with rats and killed many. Weapons and ammo seized but I have no further details.

 

North and East Al-Maleeha Farms:  Rats escaping while SAA in hot pursuit.  It’s over here.  The rats are finished.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Many of you will find this article about Iraq’s air force interesting. But, always remember what we told you: retired SAAF pilots are active in the air over Iraq:

http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/iran-sends-three-fighter-jets-to-iraqi-government-555414

See if you can tell me why this article was written by someone so stupid he wouldn’t qualify to host Mr. Rogers:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10954499/Assad-forces-surrounding-Aleppo-Syrian-opposition-warns.html


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Arklight
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Supplied by Syria, huh? Fine. Don’t bitch the next time the Israelis fly in and blow something up. Syria has enough on its hands, Gaza is not part of Syria, and to supply Hamas with weapons is an act of war – – Oh, I forgot! Syria and Israel are still at war, de jure, aren’t they. Okay. Never mind.

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jes, it´s stupid to claim such things! Israel will now have another reason to bomb syria again and again. Syria should deal with it´s own trouble, the palestines didn´t help them when the snacjbarians attacked syria. Some of them helped the snackbarians, cause Katar and Sadisty Arapia give them some money and say they would help them. But when the palistines really helped syria? The cheif of the hamas say he would support the FSA, in times when it seems that they would win the war against syria. Never trust anyone who betrayed you in the past, let the palestines… Read more »
Nini
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that exactly how israel divided and rules the Muslims. Once upon a time we had the syrian/iranian/Hez helping gaza and now they are busy fighting each other.

As per me Israel had already done what it wanted with Egypt/Syria

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The ‘Arab Spring’ was for the Pirates (if you know who I mean) one hell of a success.

Manfred
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Agree. The amerikan Abraham Lincoln, when asked by his cabinet to declare war on England in 1862 after a maritime dispute with the British- said, “Let us have one war at a time-let us finish this war before we start another.”

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My dear Arklight, shall i remind you of the support the israelis have given to opposition groups in Syria, need i remind you of the Shatila camp massacre by i dare say IDF but mostly the South Lebanese army? and lets not forget how they have supplied weapons and intel to the Syrian opposition (those against Syria) for many many years thanks to israeli interference, it has been a war against israel the day they massacred palestinians to create their “holy land”.

Arklight
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You sound like McCain, Chevi. If you stack enough wrongs up, they make one right? Puleeze.

freeman
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Hamas was created by the MOSSAD and probably supplied intel to the NATO deathsquads wich otherwise would be no acces to. HAMAS receives it’s orders from the Muslim Brotherhood and is part of it. The Palestinians dob’t need missiles because Hamas is acting in favour of the Israeli agenda, if it wasn’t for the Hamas Israel would be isolated in the west and would have countered the same fate as the south african apartheid regime.

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freeman
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Maria Engström
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Best of Luck and Stay Safe all brave Soldiers! You can borrow my guardian angel.

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Ziad, dont you think it gives the rats an advantage posting such detailed information on ongoing operations?

Canthama
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Do not be naive, there are wisdom behind any movement from SAA and Ziad is no spoiler.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Hamas seem to be controlled opposition. It appears that they are assisting the rats in Yarmouk. It’s an extreme plight for the Palestinians. The enemy within and without. Some races are just born unlucky.

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Indeed. My understanding is that they indeed are a golum created by the zionazis as just that – controlled opposition also a counterbalance to hezbollah, and as we saw a ghetto proxy army to help the rebels ( to a point ) .

As far as I’m concerned the brass in Tel Aviv don’t care about their citizens and this is yet another operation arranged for some political end

freeman
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By the way, did i read this well ?? the encirclement of Aleppo is almost a fact? that is the best news!!!!!

Anonymous
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If the siege is complete….use tunnels to get deep into terrorist hold territory and fight them from inside, behind the enemy lines. I bet they are only strong on the frontlines, if you get behind the lines you will get their balls.
Kill em all, let not a single rat survive (and go back to our country).
Long live Bashar, long live SAA, long live syria!!!!

Anonymous
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Ziad, this post will be the reason for the next israeli bombing of syria!
“We supplid them with this rockets”…this is definetly the stupiediest post here ever!
Have you forgotten that Hamas helped the snackbarians which attack your country? That they trained rebels in syria, teach them to dig tunnels…Did you think the snackbarians will swich sides now and help syria?
You should delete this post here and at your other sides, it will only cause dead syrians, cause the IDF will play Airforce for the snackbarians now!

Canthama
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My friend, not sure why this reaction, everybody knows Syria supplied hizbullah and hamas with missiles, IDF and all the world knows that, same from Iran to Syria, to Hizbullah and to hamas, there is nothing wrong with that. IDF has bombed Syria for no reason many times, let the try now that Syria told Israel any attempt will meet a reaction from Syria, time has changed and Israel will not be able to play the same game forever. On Hamas, though I did not forget not forgive what they did to Syria, they can open up a new front… Read more »
Arklight
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Interesting. ‘A’ did something wrong, ‘B’ retaliated with a greater wrong, ‘A’ tried to cap that, ‘C’ got involved because there might be some advantage to committing their own crimes – – eventually you have to go to ‘AA’, and so on. Only the people who manufacture the weapons gain, while the people who pay the bills and shed the blood lose, no matter where they live.

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Israel doesn’t bomb anyone because they have missiles. Israel bombs people because they do not have missiles. Israel has attacked Syria time and time again, I’d say it is Syria’s god given right to open as many fronts as she can to put an end to these unprovoked attacks with collusion from the Wahhabi kingdom of death. I’d say lets arm the Arabian people so they can fight against the oily kings and princes of doom.

Arklight
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Syria is fighting on three fronts, directly, plus several internal. Syria cannot support another front, militarily, anywhere, and needs all of the weapons it has in the naked interest of the survival of Syria.

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Is there some kind of irony, sarcasm, or facetiousness that I don’t get when you write this:

“We at SyrPer are proud to inform all readers that the Palestinians are now reaching Tel Aviv and Haifa because of missiles (M-75) manufactured and delivered to them by Syria.”

Are you bragging about Palestinians blindly launching missiles into civilian areas?

Nobilitatis
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Did you miss that Israel is constantly killing Palestinians in large numbers? So the sarcasm/ irony goes on you?

CHEVI789
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Sean, while i do understand your outrage i need to remind you of one thing, israel wants to create a jewish state, by that they are pronouncing they are racist in all it’s forms, then we look at Gaza, tell me, how long would it take you to want revenge for being put in an open air prison? would you feel o.k being in a cage for the rest of your life?. This is no “which was first, the chicken or the egg” dilema, palestinians (regardless of what they were called prior) were there first and in greater numbers on… Read more »
Arklight
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Chevi, ever since 1948 the stateless Arabs have attempted to co-opt every country which gave them sanctuary, the culmination came with PLA deciding to overthrow the government of Jordan – -that ended up with ‘palestinians’ being gunned down in the streets, and the rest being run out of Jordan at bayonet point. That was when PLA was the big ‘whoo’. They even tried it in Lebanon, if you recall. Jordan has not made a lot of noise about the West Bank, because as long as Israel occupies it, Israel is stuck with the stateless Arabs. Anyway, when PLA morphed into… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Arklight let’s not start, it has been admitted by israeli officials that all the wars except the 73 was provoked by israel, THAT includes the ones on the palestinians, then tell me why is israel still expanding settlements while trying to “negotiate” peace? it’s like arguing with a thief to get your possesions back.

Arklight
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Because they think they can get away with it? Again? The trouble is with the Israelis and the stateless Arabs is that neither can live with an accommodation that works – – nobody is happy with it, but it works. So. Either Israel or Hamas has to start it all up again, a constant round of killing because both sides are too effing stupid to figure out anything else. I don’t care who fires the first shot, that individual should be flayed alive and gutted, right on the spot. You’ve got to come up with something better than that unnamed… Read more »
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Wrong website “O Sean in New York” this site is for non-trolls

The Thylacine
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Evidence is, my Ameriki friend, that Khazari agents killed the 3 Yisraeli youths as a pretext. Then they raided over 2,000 homes in Gaza and bashed over 600 men. Within days they burned a Palestinian kid alive. Benny now threatens all-out war.
It is self-defence. If the Palestinian liberation movement could do pinpoint strikes, they’d target Benny’s house.
Better something, than nothing. Gaza has nothing more to lose. Better die on your feet than live on your knees.

Canthama
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Ziad, so glad to hear that the final push has begun, will be full time following this amazing and critical event. Keep up to speed step by step, lets celebrate with the SAA and NDF their many wins to come.

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I contacted my representative several times to ask them to stop supporting the rebels in Syria.

Few people believe Syria used chemical weapons anymore.

Syria looks like a hero fighting ISIS, which all civilized people think is evil.

But you want to brag about supplying missile to blow up Israel?

Well all that sympathy for Syria can go out the window really fast.
Stupid, stupid, stupid.

CHEVI789
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Anon, Syria is supplying missiles to people you are put into an open air prison, innocent women and kids trying to survive, why don’t you go to Gaza and see the suffering while israelis are free to roam where ever they want.

Now while no one was hurt by the Hamas missiles the israel airforce is killing innocent women and kids, IS THAT FAIR?.

Arklight
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Grow up. War and genocide are never about ‘fair’, just about killing.

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All the best to the brave warriors of the SAA. I am little cautious about a liberation of Aleppo in 8 days though. But still, I hope that it goes very well. Bless Syria and president Assad, a very brave man.

Greetings from the Netherlands

Anonymous
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Paranoia abounds on this website when it comes to Israel. In the last two weeks, posters (and Ziad) claimed that Israel controls the governments of Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, the US and France. Additionally, according to these same commentators, Israel is actually an ally of, or directly controls, Hamas, FSA, ISIS, Al Qaeda and the UN.

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First off, your argument is more of a straw man argument and not entirely accurate. Secondly, the Satanic trininty of Nato, Israel and Saudi Arabia do in fact run the show. Given Israel’s perverse influence on all Western countries ( e.g. aipac ) then what you pass off as hysterical rantings becomes a little more plausible. 1 of many articles talking about the seemingly confusing saudi israeli relationship. http://www.thefogofpolicy.com/policy/why-the-special-relationship-with-israel-should-make-americans-uncomfortable/ just for fun, how uncomfortable is it to have so many politicians supposedly representing the interests of the US to be dual citizens of israel? http://jhaines6.wordpress.com/2012/11/14/dual-citizens-in-the-112th-congress-their-top-5-financial-contributors-who-is-in-control/ I don’t know if you’re… Read more »
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the Union of Jack-ob

Don’t forget England…

CHEVI789
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Israelis ( dual citizenship in america) have over 47% of the seats in the government, the other 50% are paid for by AIPAC, so explain to me why a race of less than 2% of the population runs 97% of the government?, THATS how you control a country without firing one bullet, you infiltrate the government and run the whole country.

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And in France, the government pays allegiance once a year to the CRIF (Conseil représentatif des institutions juives de France) during their annual dinner. On the last occasion Hollande made a joke in his genuine own disrespectful style : “Well, I just came back from Algeria but luckily I made it back alive,…” Algerian authorities were not amused.

dudleydoright911
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Recall it was Syr Per’s timely and accurate reporting which told us of the part baathist militias played in the supposed ISIS blitzkreig of Iraq. See following link for the logical outcome. ISIS working to neutralize the low IQ retards who allowed them to get where they got in the first place.

ISIL arrests Baathi allies to eliminate potential rivals in Iraq

http://en.alalam.ir/news/1609545

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There’s an awful lot of stuff flyin’ round right now, Dudley. the thing is, to keep the eye upon the prize, that being cleansing Syria and Iraq of every single ratbastard – – every one of ’em. So far as I recall, Hizbollah has always been a defense force which, most recently, came into Syria against the insurgents in defense of Lebanon. Some are still there, I’d guess as combat training cadre for recent Hizbollah recruits, which makes sense. Hamas, and before it PLO, have a fixation of some lethal sort which will see themselves and the stateless arabs ground… Read more »
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I get your point. But please consider that the Syrian theater is a battle in a larger war that is being waged from Afghanistan to Ukraine and south to Sudan and Nigeria. Do you think after what the Turks and the Saudi oily sheiks have done that Syria and her allies are going to sit on their hands and worry about what might happen to the enemy in a humanitarian way? No sir this is all out war, if you actively take sides then you are a combatant and there will be a price to pay. either directly or indirectly.… Read more »
Arklight
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Hi, Anon. Iraq/Syria/Lebanon comprise a single combat theater in a world war. Recall that in WW II we had the European Theater, North African Theater, Pacific Theater, and an Asiatic Theater which was subdivided into China-Burma-India, Assam-Burma-China, seperate combat theaters within a global war. Since the current world war is fought by proxies, it’s a little more difficult to distinguish ‘theaters’, but Iraq-Syria-Lebanon are linear with all three countries engaging the same enemies. Everything seems to come full circle to Israel, which I’ll grant without demur, and it’s true that ‘what goes around, comes around’, which is one reason I… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Personally Arklight, i used to be for Hamas fighting for it’s peoples survivial, now i see them as nothing but traitors who will turn on you, i deeply feel sorry for the civilians who are caged and told whether they are allowed to leave to go to a hospital that can take care of their needs.

Arklight
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Roger that, Chevi. Sorry if I was a little snarky in earlier posts. I never was for either PLO or Hamas, but was intellectually supportive of Hizbollah as a defense force whthout some grand plan to kill everything except other Hizbollah members. I was a decreasingly ardent fan of Israel until the sinking of Liberty, which turned me off of Israel completely. I’ve nothing whatever against Jews, and nothing positive for the Israeli State. I think we all know that in scripture the Jews were promised a homeland, and that’s fine, but those of us who read on also understand… Read more »
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All British newspapers are one way or another controlled by the House of Rothschild. And the ‘ever so British’ Telegraph owner David Barclay’s wife Zoe Newton is a jew,Head of BBC News James Harding and the Director of BBC radio Helen Boaden are Jews, The boss of BBC’s Newsnight is Jew Ian Katz .

Anonymous
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It seems there are some more Alfred E. Neumann moments to document:

http://www.titanic-magazin.de/postkarten/karte/finallahu-akbar-21121/

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Jason
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Putin, Lavrov, Bogdanov and Medvedev are the representatives of the Israeli lobby in Russia, this lobby is the second most powerful Israeli lobby behind the United States (Greater Israel). It is events like those happening now in Gaza that embarasses the Russian political class, as on the one hand it pretends to support Arab causes, ‘international law’ and so on, but on the other hand it has a very friendly and even family ties to the settler state via prominent Russian Jews in business and politics. One should also not overlook the relationship between Putin and Netanyahu and Putin and… Read more »
Manfred
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I am no supporter of Israel but I was impressed by how quickly they arrested 6 Jewish right wing persons in the murder of an innocent Palestian boy. At least three have confessed already.

Nobilitatis
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I was surprised how quickly they arrested hundreds of Hamas members in the murder case of the three settler boys. I guess that no confession is needed in that case.

Screenwriter guild of a parallel universe
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None of this is haphazard spontaneous or organic, Its called controlled opposition,they know exactly as to who does what they wrote the script. This is one big Psyop,the only Reality is the Death of innocent Palestinians,

Ozsceptic
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Hold on Manfred, they haven’t been acquitted (or awarded medals) yet!

Anonymous
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3000 to be killed, or 3000 killed over the protracted liberation of Aleppo? Either way I hope they have their GoPros charged up and operational in the next week. 😉

Anonymous
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Annanews should buy some more new gopros….and put them into the helis ansd Aircrafts. Their tankvideos are the best documentation of modern warfare ever!

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Psaking against the grain

State Dept’s Psaki: “No Evidence That Hamas Plays Any Role” In Palestinian Government

MS. PSAKI: We don’t recognize governments. Hamas is not a part of the technocratic government. We certainly expect —

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i Don’t know why people consider Unfair supplying weapons to the enemies of Israel. Israel have been consistently supplying weapons and logistics and smuggling terrorist into Syria and providing them Air backup with its Airforce for more than 3 years already.. this is helping Alqaeda to destroy Syria.. Syria have lost many Dozens of thousands of civilians women and children because Israel actions.. they have not stopped from a single day to support the Cannibals terrorist in Syria.. So its makes NO DIFFERENCE at all ,if Syria play nice or not.. Israel is a terrorist state and its civilians support… Read more »
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Anon, if you stack enough wrongs high enough, it eventually topples over on top of you and then rolls downhill onto other people who had nothing to do with the original transgression, like any other highly piled stack of shit.

CHEVI789
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I have learned one important thing over the years, don’t trust anyone but yourselves, friends will come and go but family is always family in these times.

CHEVI789
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And to Ziad, i pray your information will come true, i have no doubt in you and your intel as you have shown it all to be the best accurate intel, now on Syria and some southern lebanese are in there whom are not Hezbollah, why is when some of my family members in Lebanon went to the Syrian army to join them were knocked back? i just don’t get it, these guys i am telling you about are experienced in guerilla warfare as most have been doing for years, compared to my relatives living in Syria.

Arklight
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Chevi, the refusal for enlistment in SAA of your Lebanese folks may have had some basis the complications which can come with enlisting foreign nationals into the State military. Every country has different laws on the same subject. It also may depend upon when your relatives tried to enlist; recall that at the outset of the Syrian Troubles the Syrian Army suffered from the same fatal weaknesses as the rest of the Arab armies, including the view that no one else knew anything, and if they did, that knowledge would not be permitted to smudge the hide binding of the… Read more »
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‘Israel infiltrated Hamas leadership’ Group probing whether Israel also got into Damascus security services. The mysterious death of Mahmoud al-Mabhouh in Dubai last month has prompted Hamas to launch an internal investigation to determine whether Israel has managed to infiltrate the highest echelons of the Islamist movement, a senior Hamas official in the Gaza Strip revealed on Tuesday. “The assassination of someone as senior as Mabhouh has rung an alarm bell in Hamas,” the official told The Jerusalem Post. “Only a few people in the Hamas leadership knew about Mabhouh’s secret activities and movements.” The official said that many Hamas… Read more »
Arklight
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Sorry about the dead Gazans. Israel and Hamas each have their little rice bowl and if one is dipping into the others, that’s between them. Now – – back to Syria – –

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Arklight is right. Hamas is and always has been a Terrorist group. Their cause is more legitmate than Al-Qaeda or the terrorists in Syria given Israel’s actions. However justified resisting Israel is, targeting civilians is not. The Palestinians are fighting from a much weaker position. Winning over popular support is more effective even then winning a battle (which they will never accomplish over Israel). You won’t win people over while attacking civilians. To the contrary you will “justify” in some minds Israel’s actions. So Hamas/terrorism is not only unethical, it is not practical. (all that said, Hamas’s bombings of markets… Read more »
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Hi, ASD. I’m of a generation which believes that ‘the moral high ground’ is as crucial as is physical high ground, and that once you abandon that you have given a critical advantage to the enemy, be that enemy moral, physical or military. It may be that neither of you have high ground of any kind, and then it becomes a matter attrition; ‘Last man standing wins’. Since Syria abandoned the moral high ground with the manufacture of chemicals weapons, and the arming of foreign factions in a proxy war, it now comes down to who can kill more of… Read more »
Kjel
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Hamas is a terror organization unable to govern and hence bringing hell to Gaza. Still it does not add up to bomb civilian area’s in Gaza with no real plan of bringing some governance there. It looks like ordinary revenge killing for 3 children. A cruel murder that also was revenged by a cruel murder. I fear this will only embolden Hamas. I do not get why Syria should sent a missle to Hamas. There are better ways of forcing Israel to the table then violence. Rest to say the terror that is facing Syria. I hear reports about the… Read more »
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Roger that, Kjel.

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Ziad, is Marat Al Numaan fallen?

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a46_1404951209

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i think it´s real, they were under siege for a long time. If SAA isn´t able to reeinforce them one after another will fall there. But Aleppo is more important, so this region have to wait till Aleppo is done. If the supply lines to turkey are cut SAA can try to lift the siege around these citys, before they are cut it´s just a waste of manpower. And again: Syria should try to get some real bombs from Russia (the big ones), not this cheap little barrels which do no damage to the terrorists. Russa build the biggest non-nuclear-bomb… Read more »
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Anon, YPG is working the north, and making steady gains. SAA has an awful lot of ground to cleanse before it come near to a border crossing. Heck, it just has a lot of ground to clear, period.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Syrian_Civil_War_detailed_map

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Bigger bombs just make a bigger mess. a Jet Jock who knows his business can do more with a 100 pounder in the right spot than a B52 full of bombs scattered round like dandelion fuzz. SAA and SAAf are doing just fine.

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I don’t think so. That video is NOT the town, obviously. It shows that the rats have attacked a check point outside of the town, I think. I think it’s here:
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.641832&lon=36.700822&z=19&m=b&search=Hamidiya
On the same video you can also see and hear that the fighting is still on, and I wouldn’t be surprised if the SAA have pushed them back later.
I couldn’t find any source stating that the rats have captured the town.

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It appears that it has fallen. That’s a major boot in the butt for SAA. They need that garrison to cover the highway. Geez.

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For a much needed ‘LOL’ moment, here’s my choice for quote of the week: “Syria’s opposition ‘National Coalition’ replaces Ahmed al Jabra with Hadi Al Bahra in Turkey. Al Bahra has spent most of his life in Saudi Arabia, an added qualification for any future Syrian President!” http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com.au/ In my opinion, the hook-noses are going to (try to) bomb the crap out of Syria on any excuse, either now or after they have smashed the palesleezians. Even if there isn’t any valid excuse to do it, they will make one up, when the time comes, so don’t argue with each… Read more »
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Oz, your LOL moment was great! Thanks!

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TURK-SYRIA BORDER TO BE SEALED? VoltNet, July 10, 2014 http://www.voltairenet.org/article184676.html sourced at: http://www.stripes.com/news/europe-s-fear-turkey-s-porous-border-serves-as-gateway-for-isil-s-spread-1.291646 This is a kicker: note the bulldust headline: “Europe’s fear: Turkey’s porous border serves as gateway for ISIL’s spread” No mention that ISIL is run out of the back door of the US embassy in Ankara. Note also that the instigator of the aborted Tomahawk attack on Syria in early September last, NATO general Stavridis, member of a rogue Pentagon faction, has been put out to pasture, now ‘teaching’ at Tufts University. Stavridis: “NATO should be developing a range of tactics, including sending special operations forces to… Read more »
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“On the fifth day of Christmas, my true love sent to me:
Five Golden Rats!
Four Calling Rats
Three French Rats
Two Turtle Rats
and a Partridge in a Pear Tree”
— Go the heroic Syrian Arab Army. Allah, Souriya, Bashar ou bas!

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“I’ve never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.”

I’m not why but this old saying crossed my mind a few times while reading today’s posts!

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All this comment section makes me very sad. I have a great sympathy for jew, they shared horror of nazi killing machine together with us, fought shoulder to shoulder, where building industry and science in Russia. I love them, they are bright and intelligent people with great sense of humor. But. Being a victim of a great crime, doesnt give you a right to exercise it on someone else just to feel better. Driving people from their land, creating second grade\ subhuman status for a large portion of population, creating ghettos with walls around it – its just wrong. Brothers,… Read more »
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And a practical note. I worked in Asia for some time. China, Guanzhou is populated, Tokyo is populated, but not Israel. Don’t tell me, just don’t tell me there is not enough land for both nations +20-30 millon of extra people in Israel. All this money spent on war would cover twice the expences of building scyscrapers and salt-removing plants for water. World bank and many nations would gladly offer credit money for such humanitarian project. And a massive construction would bond together a bond a young nation and heal scars left by their stupid ancestors.

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Rus, everyone has a right to live, but it seems that israel will kill the palestinians in order for them to live, sorry if i offend anyone who sees my views as anti-jewish but i must make it clear that there are good and bad jews, it seems the evil ones are in charge and hell bent on world domination, so although i may sound like i am generalising i am not.

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Rus and Chevi; Russ, the sh*t rolls downhill on top of somebody else, and somebody else, and so on. It’s tempting to revenge ones self upon people who had nothing to do with the original transgression because these new people are near to hand and vulnerable. Happens all the time, no matter that it’s wrong. Chevi, I know that you understand the difference between Jews and Zionists, have no grudge against the first and despise the latter. that’s my view as well. If I dislike someone it’s because of something about that person which I find offensive, not because he… Read more »
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