SAAF STRIKES AL-RAQQA AND KILLS 23 ISIS TERRORISTS; MORE NEWS

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kIxzIzoBa_I

AL-RAQQA:  SAAF Sukhoi 25 bombers, Syria’s most effective anti-insurgency aircraft, shellacked a concentration of ISIS murdering vandals in Al-Raqqa in what has become a daily routine of softening up their positions before the long-awaited ground assault that will free the population of that tormented city.  We have no names of the dead villains, but according to sources close to the scene, most were Iraqis.

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IDLIB:  50 former terrorists have given up and have settled their files pursuant to the Amnesty Law in effect.  Most were resolved in less than an hour with all returning to normal lives free of harassment or constraints.  All signed covenants to abjure terrorism.

 

 

Kafr Shalaayaa:  SAA active here in a town about to be deloused completely.

 

Al-Tayyiba Village:  A pickup truck with a 23mm cannon was stopped cold in its tracks as a warehouse filled with explosives was detonated by crack SAA infantry.  All 17 terrorists were killed, some of their carcasses dismembered by the blast.  Here are the only ones identified:

  • Haamed Suwayd (QATARI RODENT PUSTULE)
  • Maaher Urfali
  • Khattaar Muhammad
  • Suhayb Milandi
  • Muhsin ‘Abdul-Kareem

 

Al-Haamidiyya:  An attack on a military outpost was squelched by alert infantrymen and sharpshooters. No details.

 

More fighting here: SyriaTel Towers, Majdalyaa, Tal-Deeneet.

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DAYR EL-ZOR: (From SANA)

 

Huwayjat SakrAn undisclosed number of terrorists counted killed here when SAA attacked a pack of murdering rodents.

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DER’AH:

CITY:

Fighting here:  Al-Khaleel Mosque, Al-Hamza Mosque, Al-‘Abbaas Mosque, Al-Karak Quarter, Suwaydaan Neighborhood.

 

Jaassem/Nimr Road: A convoy originating in peaceful and neutral Jordan was decimated by SAAF near the Water Tower. No details.

 

Tal Al-Za’tar:  A pack of murdering hyenas were digging a trench as part of some fortification when the SAA was alerted to the activity by locals in West Al-Madaajin.  The trench was being dug parallel to the Al-Yaadoodaa/Khirbat Al-Shahm Road.  I have no details.

 

Al-Yaadoodaa Residential Area:  Fighting with no details.

 

Der’ah/Al-Yaadoodaa Road: Ditto.

 

‘Itmaan/Tafass/Al-Yadoodaa Axis:  Ditto.

 

‘Itmaan:  An attempted infiltration into Al-Ghizlaaniyya Farms failed. No details.

 

Inkhil:  A group of buzzards were caught red-handed planting IEDs on a road used mostly by civilians.  The entire group of 7 was killed trying to escape the scene.

 

Al-Muzayreeb and South Jibba Town:  Fighting with no details.

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QUNAYTRA:

 

Al-Hijja:   A pack of terrorists attacked a unit of the SAA.  A van loaded with murdering rats was destroyed.  No details.

 

Al-Zubayda:  A terrorist attack on an army checkpoint was repelled.

 

Rasm Hulba:  Ditto.

 

City:  An attempted infiltration into the Al-‘Alam Roundabout failed.  9 rodents killed.

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HOMS:

Eastern rural areas with fighting:

‘Unq Al-Hawaa, Ruhoom, East Salaam, Al-Sultaaniyya.

 

Hannoora in the Palmyra rural area:

  • Ahmad Hamshu (A possible relative of the Syrian/American middleweight boxer, Mustafaa Hamshu)

He belonged to the illustrious and extinct “Maghaaweer Baabaa ‘Amr” (yawn).

 

Fighting also reported here: Umm Sharshooh, Talbeesa, South Al-‘Abboodiyya in Al-Qusayr and Al-Rastan at the Al-Mustafaa Mosque.

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Erdal
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That was amazing, of epic proportions, and filmed by rats. Incredible. LOOOOOL.

P&P
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Rat as rat can.
Best SAA hobby yet
setting up traps for rats.
Yep, I’d have a bagful of that.

Beside that funny sounds of war,
the heroic defenders of Syria may
never ever slowing down now.
The satanic international octopus
just started twining its tentacles.

AS I told you months before
if Syria would fail, those rods
have prepared a Plan B for war.
Saud, Turk and Porky do the job.
The ESEL’s playing the joker before
vanishing.

Anonymous
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“Don’t … don’t … DON’T TOUCH the CORDIAL!!”

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Thank you so much, Erdal, for digging out this video for us! I laughed so hard! Thank you very much! That lonesome bottle of urine really catched their attention. LOL! :-)))
Kill all the rats, SAA+NDF! Viva Syria! Viva Bashar al-Assad!

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Great video, genuinely funny to hear the snackbarian squealing like a girl

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SAA should use more traps against the takfiris. The syrian Flag and Assad-Photos would also be a good bait!

ARISTON
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why to rush ???!!!Now Syria has all the time in the world needed to win the war, with less damages to the infrastructure in place. the endgame is near !!!

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CHEVI789
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Mmmmm, anyone else noted that the terrorists are mainly near water?, the SAAF should target all these areas as they are not inhabitated by Syrians.

Arklight
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Why do we appear to be losing ground around Dara’a?

Joene
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I believe it’s more or less a stalemate there. No progress by any sides as far as I know.
Still hope the SAA control Nawa and Inkhil in the near future.
Very important!

Arklight
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Nawa appears to be contested, Inkhill secure. but that’s today.

M
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Good stuff, thanks Ziad! By the way, the Fighter on the photo is MIG21. 🙂

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it´s just for our media, cause our government is desperate because the are deep in the arse of the US-government, while our people doesn´t trust the USA any longer. The NSA-Stasi is also a big theme here, while our government do…nothing.
I bet our government asks in america if they could kick this guy out…so that our government didn´t loose its face.

Arklight
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A bullet in the ear and – – poof! – – gone. No more worries.

Joene
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Ziad, I don’t want to be rude, but the SAAF does not operate the SU-25 (aside of those in Iraq). It’s most likely the SU-24
Or did Syria acquire some new planes in recent history?

Cheers!

Canthama
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You are right accordingly to wikipedia, but we never know what came to Syria in the past 3 yrs….

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syrian_Air_Force

dudleydoright911
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So to the guys who were saying commenters here were “paranoid” about the ghetto settler state, and who scoffed at Ziad expressing thanks that hamas could reach tel aviv now… perhaps if israeli government didn’t ( in addition to burning down farms and kicking people off their ancestral land and killing people for sport ) use things like white phosphorus on civilians then people would not consider them a demonic menace.

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CHEVI789
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And a little insight on how the jewish state protects it’s self of those dastardley terrorist kids (sarcasim).

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?fromval=1&cid=23&frid=23&eid=160532

WARNING: if you are squemish and despise child killers DO NOT LOOK AT THIS.

Arklight
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Hi, Dudley. Israel has been hanging round the USSA too long. Both use outlawed weapons upon whomever they chose, which include cluster munitions, Willy Pete and depleted uranium. Gaza is no different in that respect than anywhere else Israel decides to kill people, with or without an excuse – – like I said, they’ve been hanging round the Americans too long and picked up every bad habit available. Come to think of it, I don’t know that there are any virtues, or even good habits, left in either. Major bummer, huh?

dudleydoright911
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yeah man bummer indeed. I’m not sure much virtue exists in the halls of power in most western countries All a guy can do is control what he can, be prepared in his own life and try to spread the truth. Something I think many if not most of us are pretty good at to our collective credit.

Arklight
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Well, when you consider that people standing for office present themselves as the Cream of the Crop, and the electorate still falls for it after a couple hundred years and elects the Cream of the Crap, it’s no wonder that our legislature are so densely populated with grifters, grafters, liars. thieves, bunco artists and perverts. ‘Cash or gash’ will get you almost anything, anywhere – – failing that, there’s always blackmail and coercion.

CHEVI789
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Why are you blaming this on most americans? it is only a few which are in government, it is AIPAC and the zionists who teach america what to do, not the other way around.

Paul S.
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My mom is seriously apolitical, probably if anything she is a typical northeastern liberal. She actually commented on how bad our policies have been. America is waking up.

Paul S.
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Any news on Kohane and the situation with the Kurds vs IS? Would the SAAF help out on that front?

dudleydoright911
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This may be a crass question but I wonder if at the end of this conflict and the iraq conflict the kurds won’t turn on the respective governments and declare themselves sovereign ( more than they have ).

I don’t pretend to get the situation but from my eye as I’ve mentioned before the west and israel are meddling there in a big way ( not that they need help ) and it will probably end in another armed conflict.

Paul S.
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Given their history in the region would you blame them?

Arklight
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Hi, Dudly. Right on the money, as usual. There are several faction among the Kurds, the noisiest right now led by Barzani and a clique of ‘elites’ who want to take all of the territory Peshmerga has captured from ISIS, plus the basic Northern Iraq, and declare independence, by way of referendum. There is also a large number who are certain that the Kurds can only survive as an autonomous region within a federated republic.The Kurds, unfortunately (and it’s their own fault) share the dilemma of the Israelis and the stateless Arabs in that nobody wants them. Neighboring countries have… Read more »
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Hi, Paul Here’s a link to the wikimaps for Syria and Iraq so you can check for yourself. I’m not sure that SAAF would help the YPG much, since the Kurds only came in after the insurgents had committed numerous atrocities against them. They’re like yellow jackets; they pretty much leave you alone so long as you don’t bother ’em, but if you chuck a rock into their nest, well – – you get the picture.

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Kohane appears secure for now, and YPG has an operation in progress moving eastward toward another border crossing which is currently in enemy hands. They are also attacking westward to clean up the east bank of the Euphrates in their AO. I don’t recall YPG having to pay for the same real estate twice, so it’s my opinion that anything they have taken they hold in force, build up for the next attack, and then go. I don’t believe that they strip one place in order to provide forces to take the next, but I’m not positive on that point.… Read more »
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Thanks for the links Arklight.

I have seen the YPG do strategic withdrawals, quite effectively, but you’re right, they regroup and shortly march back in.

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YPG observes a pretty cold blooded, but effective, principle of land warfare which is, ‘leave no living enemy behind’. Besides, none of the ‘insurgent’ gangs are very sophisticated about warfare, and fall for the old mousetrap time, after time, after time – – YPG ‘retreats’, rats rush to exploit the ‘gap’, BANG! the mousetrap slams shut and its over. Well, lots smarter people than the rats have fallen for that mossy old trick ever since land warfare evolved from two guys whacking each other with sticks.

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Here’s another link, to M’s theater map which more concise. He includes Gaza, which I don’t understand, but it’s his map and the rest is pretty good, so long as you’re happy with nuts-‘n’-bolts, updated daily. He’s still working on it, and it gets better all the time.
http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

Eddy
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Kudos to the brave Syrian Amry for protecting the Syria people. Sadly in Amerika, our military and Pentagon are cowards and do nothing to protect Amerika’s borders.

michelvandijk
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LOL !!! Americans complaining about illegal immigration keep cracking me up!

Sorry could not resist.

Paul S.
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So you think tens of thousands of Central American teenagers travelling over land, being exploited the entire way through Mexico, and ultimately landing in US borders with serious diseases that were basically eliminated here generations ago is funny? Hope you don’t have children of your own.

Arklight
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Ohhh, yeah! Roger that! for the past twenty five years or so we’ve seen the revival of every form of tuberculosis, several varieties of leprosy, and intestinal parasites that we never have had before. I don’t know, but I suspect that all of these ‘refugees’ are a bio weapon, since they cannot be photographed or interviewed, undergo no medical screening, and are whisked off to all parts of the country right away. I guess we’ll find out fairly soon, huh?

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In Turkey there are more than 1 million so called Syrian refugees maybe thousands of them are terrorists walking freely and not even Syrian!

Arklight
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Possible, possible – –

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Michel, no one has yet succeeded in explaining to me what an ‘illegal immigrant’ is. Illegal alien is pretty straightforward, and an immigrant is someone who pursues the lawful processes toward citizenship, so what is an illegal immigrant? Ah! a contradiction in terms, like ‘jumbo shrimp’.

Paul S.
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Like an undocumented immigrant or sometimes simply a “migrant”. See what happens if you “migrate” to Mexico or Canada without checking in at the border on your way in…

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I do not really know why because you moan and compare USA with Syria. The Syrians are descendants of ancient peoples and there are thousands of years ago, your family probably will not have more than 3 or 4 generations in north america. Your situation is more like that of a Jewish settler in Palestine

Arklight
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Blow it out your ass, feather merchant.

Paul S.
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There was this little event called the potato famine that caused most of my family to come here. That and some Italian fellas that didn’t feel like getting killed by Italian royalists. I guess we’re like Palestinians except our host nation actually granted us citizenship as opposed to being living museum pieces like the Palestinians are in the modern world.

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I do not understand, you support the Syrian cause but also to send the U.S. Army to kill Latino immigrants on its southern border? that’s hypocrisy

Paul S.
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Y tambien, chupa mi culo, idiota.

CHEVI789
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Oh but they are, here read this http://rt.com/usa/171880-militia-border-military-command/

it seems there are now “militia” who will be tasked to guard the borders along with state officials.

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For those who haven’t figured it out yet, Gaza is a spectacular distraction, so you need to keep a sharp eye out everywhere BUT Gaza. Oh! and the next time you go to town, keep your wallet in your jock strap, or you’ll get picked clean and be left broke down and busted, a long way from home.

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and ISIL proudly presents: killed children, sponsored by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Obama:

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=bfe_1404997940

Paul S.
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I used to watch stuff like that. Now I feel that every time I see gore of dead women and children that a little piece of me dies.

Arklight
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Yeah. When you see enough of it in real time, the vicarious thrill of snuff films is pretty flat. I’ve no notion what goes on in the minds of people who are fascinated with that stuff, but it can’t be good.

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Does anybody know what’s going on in the south? We seem to be losing ground down around Dara’a. Any hard info?