‘ALLOOSH: WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE; GENERAL AL-FURAYJ VISITS AL-MALEEHA

 

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Lt. General, Fahd Jaassem Al-Furayj, Defense Minister and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Syrian Armed Forces reviews his victorious troops in Al-Maleeha after its liberation.  He promised a complete cleansing of Syria.

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Khaan Al-Shaykh:  In 2 areas of this town, Al-Midhakhkha and Al-Sundus, there were 2 attempts by Nusra to infiltrate which were repelled.  I have no details about rodent casualties.

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  East of the Al-Salaam Highway, an attempt by Nusra terrorists to attack a military checkpoint ended in disaster when the SAA and NDF tightened their defensive lines with seemingly magical ability borne of 3 years of intense fighting and destroyed 6 pickups with 23mm cannons.  The number of dead rats is 28 with 10 taken prisoner in various health conditions.

 

Irbeen:  A warehouse defended by Nusra/Al-Qaeda freaks was invaded by the SAA.  The rats fought back ineptly and were annihilated:

  • ‘Abu Hamza” (Id pending)
  • Daawood Al-Jabal  
  • Taahaa Tabbaana
  • ‘Abdul-Ameer Shadeed
  • ‘Umar Safsaaf
  • Mu’tazz Al-Masri

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

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Al-Shifooniyya Farms: In Doumaa.  The SAA continued to eradicate the vestiges of the ‘Alloosh group:

  • Ahmad Al-‘Adas
  • Muhammad Saalihaani

Another 3 could not be identified.

 

Fighting in these areas: Zibdeen, Hutaytat Al-Jarash, Jawbar (many rats killed), Jisreen.

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turmaa:  SAA wiped out an entire pack of rats belonging to the Nusra terrorist group supported by hypocrite Obama:

  • ‘Abdul-Samad Kharfaan
  • “Abu Mukhtaar” (Id pending.  LIBYAN MONKEY SPUNK)
  • Qaassem Mashlab
  • Muhammad Al-‘Ataa`
  • Ma’roof Rabaabiyaa
  • Sidqi Al-‘Aani

Another 5 could not be identified and are believed to be foreigners.

 

Al-Mushrifa and Ra`s Al-Ma’arra: On the Lebanese border where terrorists are desperate to enter Syria at any cost:

  • Muhammad As’ad Bakr
  • Ahmad Durra

 

تدمير مستودع للذخيرة في عربين.. ومقتل عدد من الإرهابيين في مزارع دوما

Al-Zabadaani:  In the Hurayra Mountains, the SAA killed this ape:

  • Hussayn ‘Abduh Shibli

 

Dayr Maaker in the West Ghoutaa:  Fighting with no details.

 

Durooshaa:  An attempted infiltration was repelled by NDF.

 

Between Al-Tayyiba and Wa’rat Zaakiya:  A large number of rodents were dispatched by the SAA here.  But, I have received no details.

 

It appears that the Nusra terrorist organization has put out a reward for the capture or assassination of the chief of the Jaysh Al-Islam, Zahraan ‘Alloosh.  Humiliated by the SAA in Al-Maleeha, he has sent out requests for Saudi intervention to heal the breach between his group and Nusra.  His father, a Wahhabist rat-cleric in Arabia, has been in touch with the Bandar Bushies to try and get their support.  ‘Alloosh has reportedly doubled his personal guard in anticipation of an assassination attempt probably from compromised members of his own group.  SyrPer has the feeling this rat may have reached his natural lifetime limits.

 

SyrPer is offering a full lifetime membership in the DENSA Group for anyone who manages to put a bullet in this rat’s brain.


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gareth
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hi Ziad….hope SAA take Alloosh alive then of for special treatment by military intelligence.Hel soon spill the beans about his pay masters.Will hoist a cold one either way if hes taken dead or alive….or maybe a Jameson or Glenlivet single malt…try it some time Ziad,youl like it.

Joene
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I agree, he would make a great trophy. Plus he has some very valuable information.
He will probably get shot by his CIA handlers once he is abut to be captured

Arklight
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Joene: so far as I know, with the CIA, the only capitol crime is failure. He’s probably already dead.

david
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ziad, bit of a worry about iraq. syria has lost a close ally. now if america decides to chase isis into syria that could mean american boots on the ground in syria. then it will be syria against two enemies. conventional and unconventional. what is your analysis

Anonymous
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Looks there’re some SAA movements towards Handarat to continue the sealing-off the rebel-held Aleppo. If the encirclemente succed, Nusra incompetents leaders will have an heart attack.

rus.lang
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This war takes so long… I can’t imagine the nightmare people of al-Raqqa and Deir-Er-Zor are experiencing.

the Thylacine
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The bad dream is coming to an end … The execrable Rami Abdel Rahman, rabbits on about the latest rodenticide in Raqqa, at http://rt.com/news/180944-syria-airstrikes-islamic-state/
Five minutes in a locked room with the child-murderer Álloush — what am I bid?

Guilherme Araujo
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Zabdeen or jisreen, who’s should be the first? That’s the question…

Canthama
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It will be both all together, have the gut feeling it will be a domino effect from now onwards in eastern Ghouta, SAA rocks and this boost in moral plus the encirclement of Aleppo will position the SAA very well to face the winter campaigns.

Guilherme Araujo
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Anyway I think the worse is to coming, because now SAA is in the heart of terrorism in Damascus

Hmm
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Hmm

First they will assess the situation for one month, then they will shell theirs positions for one month and then they will attack. Too slow.

Sean in New York
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That is how “conventional” wars are fought when resources and manpower must be sparingly expended, and neither side has overwhelming force. There’s a reason they say “war is hell”. The US military and international media have made people think war is a quick and clinical affair, when that is rarely ever the case.

Arklight
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Right, Sean. Another good reason why the USSA uses proxies;Syria could drag on for fifty years, but it would not be an American was because we have no regular forces engaged. More importantly, the puppet masters have no skin in the game at all: The US is their proxy, ISIS is the US proxy but the MSM won’t touch that linear responsibility for love nor money. The thing is, when a proxy is killed the principal is wounded (however slightly), so it becomes a test of whether the defender can kill enough proxies to inflict enough wounds upon the principal… Read more »
Michael
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Why do people keep bringing up the US’s connection to ISIS? Based on an interview with Snowden that never happened? ISIS came to power after Snowden defected so it doesn’t make any sense how he would have any inside knowledge of it. No one read about Assad’s role in creating ISIS/Nusra?

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10585391/Syrias-Assad-accused-of-boosting-al-Qaeda-with-secret-oil-deals.html

http://www.thenational.ae/world/syria/assad-regime-set-free-extremists-from-prison-to-fire-up-trouble-during-peaceful-uprising#full

Looking forward to hearing more about SAA bombing Raqqa.

Anonymous
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it doesnt come unexpected, rats only live a couple of years in nature, too.

SharkKing71
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Shoot any Adnan Aroor’s rats out there SAA,I want to see him Rage like a chimpanzee on Live TV again 😉

Manfred
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Mosul Dam taken back by Kurds. What a relief that is. There is something to keep you from sleeping at night if you lived in Mosul.

Art
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What is the situation in Raqqah at the moment. Is Tabqa air base still standing firm? Maximum effort should be made to degrade and kill as much of Isis at the airbase as is possible rather than fight them in denser urban centres later.

Canthama
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Art, as far as the news goes, ISIL is taking a very very bad week there, the base is safe and solid and the SAA and mostly SAAF are killing at will. Even the pro rat SOHR reports large losses for ISIS. I am not sure it is a pay back or the prelude of a possible offensive, one thing is sure, it seems enough is enough and ISIS is getting a bad week there. Hell yeah!

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=1ee_1408285434

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=fc8_1408300417

Eugenio Urzúa
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Una duda, si el ISIS lograra llegar a Alepo, mi pregunta es, en que bando van estar los CHECHENOS….porque si llegan.esto va ser una verdadera carniceria.

Canthama
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Canthama

Estoy seguro de que estará con ISIS, los chechenos son muy radicales. Esta batalla será memorable y SAA ganará.

Arklight
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Operation Chastise
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Kurdish forces ‘break IS hold on Mosul dam’ Kurdish sources said they were still trying to clear mines and booby traps from the area round the dam, a process which could take several hours. Kurdish peshmerga forces encircle Isis-held Mosul dam By Erika Solomon in Erbil Ground forces have seized about 80 per cent of the territory surrounding Mosul dam, said peshmerga spokesman Holgurt Hikmet. http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/599b562e-25f8-11e4-9bca-00144feabdc0.html#ixzz3AhdZjXLT The Mosul dam, which has been poorly maintained for many years, is an important target that could be risky to retake and Iraqi officials fear it could be converted into a catastrophic weapon. Isis,… Read more »
Arklight
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Chastise: ISIS doesn’t seem to care much about bad publicity, but I get a twitch that doing something major to interrupt the dam’s functions, or destroy it, might put a lot of heart back into the Iraqis and bring them back into an offensive posture that only American air power could curb. The Americans aren’t ready to reveal their entire hand as yet, so I think that they’re telling ISIS to curb their baser instincts for the moment. There is still plenty of looting, burning, plundering, raping an murdering available in future so ISIS can just forgo an instance or… Read more »
Anonymous
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This whole paranoid concept that the US is behind ISIS is moronic. Last I heard, the USAF finally got off its ass and is bombing ISIS back into the stone age as we speak in Northern Iraq. The Kurds retook the Mosul Dam with US air support. At one time or another, idiots on this website have blamed Israel and its puppet (lol), the US, for the creation and support of Hamas, ISIS, Jabhat Al Nusra, al Qaeda, Hezbollah and the Islamic Front. Despite the fact that these organizations would love nothing more to destroy the US and/or Israel. How… Read more »
Sennholz
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Was the NATO/US behind the armed “rebels” since 2011 in Syria or not?
Were and are those ISIS djihadists part of those “rebels”?
Was the US and also Israel attacking the Syrian government, so that it had less power to fight ISIS?

Please, I know you want to find excuses in order for your non-acceptance that the US government supported terrorism in Syria, but try to be logical before you post.

The Watcher
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Hey, US, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia created Al-Qaeda in Afghanistan. Al-Qaeda mean the base and was a database of “fighters”. Osama Bin Laden was a CIA recruitment tool for those “mudjahedin”. IsIs merged out of Al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). AQI ermerged after the US invasion of Iraq. As everybody knows Al-Qaeda is just a tool for western and middle east powers they are now rebranding it to ISIS but people are aware of that and cannot be fooled anymore. ISIS is there to bring in a “humanitarian” bombing mission against Syria, Iraq and maybe Lebanon. The forming of Hamas was… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: You’re talkin’ trash.

david
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how come they only attack america and israel’s enemies then? isis or whatever they call themselves now never attack saudi arabia, bahrain, qatar, kuwait or indeed israel. they sometimes threaten america but that is all part of the act. they also never help the people in gaza. this indicates who runs them

Anonymous
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The myth that the US created Al-Qaeda is just that – a myth. The mujahedeen were in Afghanistan long before any US involvement. Osama Bin Laden was in Afghanistan long before US involvement. Were the Russians savagely slaughtering whole towns and villages in Afghanistan in an effort to stop the Afghan insurgency? No question about it. Did the US eventually provide antiaircraft weaponry to the fighters in Afghanistan in order to stop the Russians from wholesale killing from the skies? – Absolutely. Did the US provide training to use the anti-aircraft weaponry? – Yes. Did the US create Al-Qaeda –… Read more »
Joe
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The USA, Zato, CIA et al have a long history of selling out groups they form to cause chaos and mass murder.

The Watcher
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Anon, even the name Al-Qaeda is derived from the database of fighters managed by the US, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. Most Afghans didnt even know the name Al-Qaeda until after 9/11. Yes mudjahedin have been there even earlier but Al-Quaeda is a pure product of western and middle eastern intelligence agencies. Even the Taliban are a Pakistani, Us and Saudi product as they did sponsor the religious schools in Pakistan where those regligious students (this is what Taliban means by the way) come from. So yes, the US did create Al-Qaeda as Al-Qaeda did not exist before the sponsoring and… Read more »
Arklight
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Another Anonymous troll.

Arklight
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Anon, may I suggest that you do your own research/ Thanks.

Manfred
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SANA reports more victorys today in Syria. More tunnels located, and terrorists killed. I will never understand how the terrorists have so many lorries and auto vehicles. Motor transport takes much maintenance and petrol suppiles close to vehicles. Many transport vehicles destroyed today by SAA. This is good news.

Arklight
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Hi, Manfred. So far as I know, almost all of ISIS and motley rat transport is stolen, and the gas as well. It’s hard on the folks who actually paid for the transport, though.

Joene
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Dan Kaszeta is the uber troll on twitter atm. He claims he is an expert in chemical warfare, more precise in sarin. But like all liars, his downfall is around the corner. 2 scientists from MIT, who are speciallized in the above topic, questioned him regarding several remarsk Kaszeta made. Especially the one where Kaszeta claims that Hexamine is the acid scavenger for sarin, thus linking the attacks to the Syrian government. What follows is a nice email conmversation, debunking what the troll claims (including his fake quote by Sellstrom, UN leader on the Sarin topic) I suggest you read… Read more »
Arklight
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Joene: Thanks, Joene. I hadn’t known that MIT had a chemical weapons development department. We have an overabundance of ‘sick’ people, Joene; unfortunately too many of them are busily governing countries, running their militaries, figuring out better ways to kill more people with greater efficiency. It doesn’t appear to be getting any better, either.

the Thylacine
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Word duly spread. thanks for the link.
Postol is a brave academic. veteranstoday has done the best wortk pinning the Ghouta attacks on US intelligence and zahraan Álloush at the pointy end. See http://www.veteranstoday.com/2013/09/11/getting-to-the-bottom-of-the-rebels-chemical-weapons-use-in-syria/
Kaszeta is obviously hasbara filth.

hans
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As long as the Zionists have free access to the FED money grows out of thin air, they can bribe and cheat their way into almost anything. One day that money will have to accounted for!

Arklight
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hans, you’ve no idea how much a lot of us would love to get the Fed audited and start sending people to prison. Maybe one of these days – –

Canthama
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Message to M.
Nice note to The Saker about Germany/Ukraine, very deep down words. Hope your health gets better. Stay safe.

Arklight
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Canthama: M used a particularly tantalizing phrase in his email: ‘market conformed democracy’. Politicians are always coming up with some fuzzy term of art that has a specific meaning for them but leaves the rest of us scratching our heads It may mean something different in BRD, but in USSA it means that Big Oil, Big Pharma, Big Agra, the banksters and the ‘defense industry’ own the House, Senate and White House (I call it the Out House), and the ballot you cast is just a sop with no meaning. If anyone is interested, they can type ‘Operation Paperclip’ into… Read more »
cataro
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Thanks Canthama to put on notice about the “M” letter, very interesting. I think many in the world already knew that Germany is a captive country of USA, what I find amazing is that there are many Germans still ignore it. There is no easy answer to the “M” concerns, perhaps the only consolation for him is that i guess there is almost no country in the world that is better, and this is why many people like us come every day to SYRPER to feel like our the heroic resistance of the Syrian people. I hope you get better… Read more »
Manfred
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It sounds like humor fiction, but ‘Syria 360″ reports that moderate Syrian rebels want US air strike against IS because the Syrian govenment is not doing enough to stop ISIS.

think the future
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They won’t help fsa because they (israel&usa&britain) want a taliban style tribal country in middle east. This country will keep the region always in chaos and weapon companies of the west will enjoy this tens of years more.

think the future
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I think zionists had a new idea.

Arklight
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Think: FSA has shot its bolt and can’t be reconstituted, anyway. You’re right, though. Lockheed-Martin, Raytheon and a host of lesser (known) lights thrive on war, anywhere, and without it they would be reduced to normal profits on daily legitimate business. We can’t have that, can we?

P&P
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There was never such a dump and brainwashed
population in any state fooled by every election
as in the JewSSA and that`’s why its the paradise
for Kosher Nostra and Consorts withe their FED
for making a perfect Schlaraffenland for them as
World-Pest.

Canthama
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SAA on the roll in Eastern Ghouta, after securing the southern flank at Al Mahila, next stop Ain Tarma, south of Zamalka, northwest of Al Mahila. Good hunting guys! “The Syrian army continued its military operations in Eastern Ghouta in Damascus countryside and made major advances towards Ain Tarma town in the same region. The army units started their second phase of military operations in Eastern Ghouta with the purpose of liberating Ain Tarma. Ain Tarma is located in the Northern parts of Eastern Ghouta and near Al-Motehaleq Al-Jonoubi in the Eastern parts of the Jobar city which is presently… Read more »
Nini
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Along with the full lifetime membership in the DENSA Group, I will add in lifetime cigarettes for free

P&P
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Rendering more precisely:

Densa was originally a fictional association
created in parody of Mensa International.
Rather than belonging to the smartest 2%
of the population granted membership for
a Mensa. Members of Densa however have
to belong to the more stupid 98% population.
The name Densa is a portmanteau of dense
(with the meaning stupid) and Mensa.

Wanna be promoted or what?

Arklight
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P&P: interesting post. It’s nice to note that you ain’t ALWAYS talkin’ trash. Thanks for the info.

david
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i was always concerned that the clearing of cities, towns and villages would take forever. there seemed to be a never ending list of them. however, that means that for the rodents to take them back would also take forever. so the apparent slowness of the campaign is a good thing. it makes the possibility of the regions going back to the idiots far less likely. the progress can be stalled but not reversed

P&P
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The NAZIO Agenda conjuring belly-dance
by riding a dead donkey. Military support
apostrophized as humanitarian help to the
Kurds all stipulated by the wet dreams of
Greater Israel lunatics.
They are stubbornly holding on to that old
strategy whereby the break-up of Syria was
already implicated since two years ago.
The fictional Kurdistan as pillar for Greater
Israel would be a obfuscational miscarriage
by megalomaniac greed. A Kurdistan totally
isolated all around with no passages to the
world than by air if ever.
With that kind of enemy be prepared that a
false flag dam catastrophe will happen.
Be warned.

Arklight
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P&P: Always possible, of course but if we think that ISIS in future will wish to have all the amenities at no monetary cost to themselves, I’d say that the chances are against the dam catastrophe by ISIS. That said, I wouldn’t put it past the Americans to bust a dam ‘by accident’ or American Green Weenies to blow one up.

Anonymous
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Yeah right! Because that’s what Americans do – blow up dams and cause mass death, hunger and hardship. Put down your crackpipe because your IQ drops every time you post some of your dumb ass comments.

Arklight
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Hey! Anon! Bite me.

Anonymous
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Dany the Fatso
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Sincerly I dont see the End of Iraq as a Nation. I simply see its passing through BAD times. Just as The Indochine Conflict that Lasted from the 50s until the 80s (Incluiding, the Indochina War, Vietnam and Cambodian Civil War, Chinese Intervention. etc) The Iraqui Drama its the same as the Indochine War, for me. No society can withstand more than 50 years of violence, population takes toll and iam 100% sure the differences will be Setteled. Posibly in 8 years more of fighting.

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My personal sense is that the social cohesion Syria enjoys is absent in iraq, certainly much more muted.

My opinion is that if the west can get a leader installed they can live with, they will work to keep it together. If not, they will burn it to the ground with kurdistan as their prize.

Arklight
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Dudley, you’re right about the social cohesion of Syria is absent in Iraq, or was until ISIS came blasting out of nowhere, going like crap through a goose. The two million plus volunteers, though, come from every socio-political-religious segment of the population and think of themselves first as Iraqis fighting a common enemy, and go to services on their own time. That’s a start. As far as a ‘leader’ the West can live with, well, the West has its bitch in the new guy, but I doubt a united Iraq will come out the other end.

Syria Hail Mary
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Syria Hail Mary

Bashar Al-Jaafari: “Syria is fighting a grueling war against takfiri terrorist groups on behalf of humanity”

http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/08/18/bashar-al-jaafari-syria-is-fighting-a-grueling-war-against-takfiri-terrorist-groups-on-behalf-of-humanity-2/

Syriac Orthodox Hymn “Shlom Lekh”

P&P
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Very, very beautiful.
The only chance to live in prosperity
for all humankind is to live along the
allegory of the Mother of GOD.

For me it was SHE again who brought
the biggest miracle to the fabulous and
heroic Syria, putting a sign against evil.

http://www.catholictradition.org/Mary/damascus.htm

cataro
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cataro

Thank you very much for the information, is the sign that I was waiting. Please tell me where is the image? Damascus? God bless you

Bernhard
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cataro
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cataro

Thanks a lot

cataro
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cataro

Thank you very much, for me to hear this hymn was like returning to the roots of Christianity. God bless Syria

P&P
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Dudy you are right so far. Yep, looking at history we mustn’t look long back. At the time when the big Saud was chosen to reign over the oily arab empire it was a certain Churchill, flanked by Gertrude Bell and a faggotic Lawrence. With the blessings of the Rothschild controlled British foreign policy Churchill was the very first to probe newly developed chemical warfare on stroppy Kurds. WMD residuals even found today. He gassed them left, right and center and had his hellish joy on that. Not far from what is written on some Israeli T-shirts nowadays. Against any… Read more »
Wendigo Psychosis
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and he threw him into the abyss, and shut it and sealed it over him, so that he would not deceive the nations any longer, until the thousand years were completed; after these things he must be released for a short time. 4Then I saw thrones, and they sat on them, and judgment was given to them. And I saw the souls of those who had been beheaded because of their testimony …

“Down With The Sickness”

dudleydoright911
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bravo on the post title, as always. I still laugh at pan sexual cigar.

Flanders
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SAF had plenty of problems in the beginning, but they are improving. Something big might be up. — The Syrian Air Force and central command has given orders to utilize all capabilities in order to suppress all terrorist group’s concentrated areas ahead of planned mass ground operations. Syria’s main suppliers have pledged to open air bridges to resupply the Syrian Air Force at a rate greater than what was sustainable using locally manufactured munitions. In the past 24 hours this has translated into a 10 fold rise in sorties flown by the Syrian air force. Enemy casualties number in the… Read more »
dudleydoright911
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So I and others have said many times, that the strategy of cleansing towns and forcing the rats out into their grand prize – the desert – is an important move. It allows reconciliation and rebuilding to take place, it removes safe harbor and as you note, it Allows the SAF to conduct regular war instead of the annoying urban warfare.

Anonymous
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Yes indeed. The recent UNSC resolution that legalized all military efforts to destroy ISIS have ushered in a new phase in the Syrian war. Russia is now supplying brand new game-changing weapons for the Syrian Air Force: air-to-ground missiles with pin-point accuracy. Furthermore, 109 Syrian pilots just returned to Syria following air combat training in Russia. They are ready to unleash hell on the terrorists destroying their country. God Speed Syria!

Canthama
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Anon, this is good info, can you share any source that we can get more details of it ? I would really appreciate a hand here. Tks very much.

Anonymous
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Syria 24 English

16 hours ago
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RT@Nutsflipped_z_1

Russia has pledged complete support for SAF & unending munition.It also delivered 100 newly trained Syrian pilots. Reason is #Ukraine.#Syria

M.D.

Canthama
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Canthama

Much appreciated.

Anonymous Maximus
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A credible source on liveleak stated it was 109 pilots.

Arklight
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In this instance, Anon, ISIS is only the enemy on the ground. USSA has a blank check to attack anywhere in Syria that it claims, falsely or otherwise, that ISIS is operating. SAAF will be, I think, overtasked with counter terrorism missions, plus a combat air patrol to use against Americans flying in to kill anything that moves and destroy anything above ground. For those who have forgotten, this is how the destruction of Libya began; USSA/NATO was a howling success then and, what worked once will work again. Wait and see.

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You’re right Arklight it worked in Libya. But I think the world, and Russia in particular, learned a lot from that experience. Achieving the UNSC resolution, training Syrian pilots, and providing SAAF with an unlimited supply of pin-point accurate missiles is a preemtive step taken by Russia specifically to stave off any potential US public support for American military involvement in Syria. Americans would only consider supporting US military involvement if ISIS became an unstoppable juggernaut in Syria. These new measures will enable the SAA to completely halt and force back all the terrorists in Syria. This removes any justification… Read more »
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Anon: Our administration is moved so far distant from any inkling of reality that it’s not to be believed, until you get a ton of inanities dumped on you every day. Some of our ‘leaders’, though, know this, so they look and sound like they know that they’re just going through the motions in hopes somebody – – ANYBODY – – will believe them. Kerry and Hagel, most notably. I don’t think that public support for another interminable and no-win war exists, outside of the odd brick brain with no connected and functioning brain cells. Congress knows what a load… Read more »
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Flanders: at the beginning, Syria had a garrison military with a lot of command deadwood. Thankfully Hizbollah stepped up and got the Syrian military enough breathing room to make a fast shuffle, dump the deadwood and deadheads, and begin work. Now it has matured into a world class killing machine. Since USSA has unrestricted aerial coverage (as I understand it), without a ‘no fly zone’ permitted, it looks like the championships finals are about to open. For all the marbles. I’m rooting for Syria, all the way – – what does Jimmy the Greek say?

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Syria full advancing on all fronts.
New Russia full success in defense.
Only advance of the Uki-forces is via Kiev
against the Jew-Oligarch-Junta with Jew-Mayor
Klitschko preparing hot winter season for them.
Nazios getting the shit-end of the stick
with fighting their self proliferating ESEL droppings
and Lybian boiling shit-pot.
So much to the superior intelligence of the
Jew-Allien wannabe NWO-leaders.

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SANA reports country wide, another 705 terrorists have surrendered and turned in their weapons today Monday. This is significant if true. This number indicates that some cells are disintegrating or at least being weakened.

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Thanks, Manfred. also saved some SAA lives, without a doubt.

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Isis (d3ish) is a CIA creation. Don’t be fooled that the US launches airstrikes to contain them from advancing on the Kurdish occupation forces. The Kurds are part of the plan. The denunciation of McCain by ISIS is further proof that he is among their chief supporters. The plan remains to mobilize Sunni extremists against the Shia in a bid to weaken then destroy Iran. This plan supports Israel and Saudi Arabia, as well as the Gulf states who feel threaded by the unchecked rise of Iran. So, these day-to-day developments may make it appear that the US is at… Read more »
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Mmm, original thinking that got me to consider things again…

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Good, little by little we are gaining strength and truth is on our side. Welcome to the Syrian nationalist perspective.

In fact, this view represents Syrian thinking, not Baathist / Arabist / Islamic versions of history that distort reality and cause Syrians to celebrate their oppressors as their heroes!

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I understand much of what you say, and support your nationalist sentiment, and it may be well to explain to readers SYRPER that Syria is much more than an Arab country, it is certainly a very important for the history of mankind region and its greatest wealth is not gas and oil from its underground but its rich cultural heritage and historical contribution. Few know that Syria is likely to be the origin of the domestication of domesticated wheat (Triticum monococcum monococcum) 8,000 years ago, from a Syrian wild wheat spike (Triticum boeoticum) already appears towards the 8800 BC in… Read more »
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Nicely done, Cataro. Brings me back to the question I asked some time ago; ‘Why is an Arab identity for Syria more to be desired than the Syrian identity of a predominately Arab nation?’ No one gave me an answer which went beyond the gross identity of Arab, or Western (meaning European) and so on. Thank goodness that Syria has matured far beyond the generalities. Thanks, Cataro.

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@Arklight I will tell you straight up without any nonsense. The answer to your question is Islam. Islam is a supremacist belief system. How can you possibly celebrate the 13,000 years of Syrian history that in Arabia would be considered al-ayyam al-jahliyeh (the days of ignorance)? You cannot. So, you are left only with 1,500 years of history since the conquests of Islam took over Syria. So, there is a divide in history and only what comes after Islam is celebrated and then credited to Islam, anything before it is unworthy in this culture. Furthermore, as Syrians, if you were… Read more »
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Syrians are the product of their long history. Foreign elements that arrived to Syria millennia later do not represent Syria in part or in whole, especially those that are responsible for causing Syria’s destruction. They are in fact the antithesis of Syrian. We are a single Syrian nation, not multiethnic, not multicultural. The foreigners who do not intermarry or assimilate remain just that, foreigners. Some do not intend to lose their identity and are merely taking refuge in Syria, like the Armenians for example. Others have come to invade, occupy and colonize Syria and the first chance they get they… Read more »
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Agree, this is a matter only for syrians. My humble opinion is from a peruvian archaeologist who has a old admiration four your country.

God bless the righteous men and women of Syria

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You can’t exclude Arab identity from Syria. While the great history is a fact, you simply cannot travel back in time and get what once was a few thousand years ago. Once you try you will get something similar with the zionist settler entity.

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You cannot Syrian identity from Syria. This is what the problem is, this is what Baathism has done, and this is what needs to be addressed. What is needed is an honest, objective view of Syria’s history and the identity of its people. Instead, Arabization has outlawed Syriac, the original language. Ask the Assyrians of Qamishli who had to hide to study their language. Baathists made Syria’s native language a crime to study! Look at the many villages, towns and cities in Syria. You will not even know what their non-Arabic names mean unless you study Syria’s history. This is… Read more »
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The Ottomans encouraged the Circassians to settle in Syria as occupiers and agents of occupation rather than have them all in Anatolia to garrison Ottoman assets like the Hejaz railway and to crush the people of the region.

Totally false: Circassians had to emigrate to Syria because the russian forced the ottoman to do that… Ottoman was too weak during the 1800. And russia had invaded the Circassians’ lands in Cuacass…

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@history lesson I agree with you, what you wrote is indeed totally false. What I wrote is entirely correct however. First, the Russian empire as I stated persecuted the Circassians. They not only ethnically cleansed them from their lands, they even paid for their passage to Anatolia by ship. However, once there, ask yourself how they got as far as Amman Jordan? I suggest you read more about this history. They were strategically placed to garrison the Hejaz Railway and other important assets required for the Ottoman empire to keep its grip on Syria. They were not the only ones… Read more »
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breaking: SAUDI PRINCE CONVOY ATTACKED BY COMMANDOS IN PARIS!

CIA special commando possibly involved? prince unidentified. power shift over IS?

http://www.chinatopix.com/articles/7130/20140818/commando-looking-men-attack-saudi-princes-convoy-in-paris-take-off-with-200-000-euros.htm

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Nicolas Comte, secretary general of the main police union, Unité-SGP, described the attack as strange and unusual. He told AFP: “We have to establish whether it was the money or documents that were targeted. We also have to hope that the Saudi authorities will cooperate with the investigation.”

One detective added: “If they were seeking sensitive information, the nature of the robbery changes. We’re no longer faced with organised bandits, but something more complicated.”

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/aug/18/saudi-prince-robbed-paris-gunpoint#

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HAHAHA! Everything on this site is CIA or Zionist engineered. Half the morons on here say the CIA is supporting Saudi Arabia. Now this idiot is saying the CIA wants to kill a Saudi Prince. From now on lets assume the following – Anything that happens in the world, good or bad (especially the bad stuff) will just be assumed to be a CIA/Israeli plot. Makes the world a lot easier to understand for people who lack logic or intelligence.

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The Roots of Coincidence…Anonymous. Your Accidental History Theory is Laughable!

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spontaneous: Theory? Hmmm. Hypothesis, maybe. Nothing wrong with that, and all of us came from someplace else, if you go back a ways. I thought his position was arguable, with the added benefit of no bad language.

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“Anonymous your belief in the Accidental History Theory is Laughable!”

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Anon, you’re talkin’ trash. Again.

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Hello, Free; whomever the ‘attackers’ were, they knew what they were after and where it was in the convoy so, yeah, I’d guess an inside job. Maybe the cash was just the gravy; the robbers expect to get more – – a LOT more – – for the documents. Since there were probably at least 4 more guys in The Band of Merry Men, 200,000 Euro split 12 or more ways hardly makes is worth the risk, I’d think.

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Hello Arklight, London City Bonds Robbery (1990), £292 million The money broker firm Sheppards got their knots twisted really hard in 1990, when a common mugger managed to loot £292 million from them. That’s more than £500 million by today’s standards. John Goddard was walking on a London street with his briefcase, when out of nowhere, a mugger took it from Goddard at knifepoint. What the thief didn’t know was that the briefcase was full of bonds; bearer bonds. 301 bits of paper that belong to anyone who is carrying them. And each of those 301 bonds were worth around… Read more »
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Interesting, Napoleon. None of the bonds have been cashed? It sounds like Thomas made a grab-‘n’-go armed robbery, showed the stuff to somebody else who greased Thomas and stashed the bonds. It probably wasn’t Cheeseman, or he’d have spent more than 6 1/2 years in the Graybar Hotel, so there’s probably a third guy out there with no contacts through which to fence the loot. Had it been an inside job, the bonds would have begun to be negotiated over a period of time. Dumb, Dumber and Stupid. Geez! The Paris job was apparently very professional and flawlessly executed. No… Read more »
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“If they were looking for sensitive documents, that changes the nature of the crime. It will no longer be an armed robbery, but something more complicated,”

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/europe/2014/08/saudi-prince-convoy-robbed-paris-hold-up-201481871828799682.html

obama`s unexpected return from vacation coincidence?

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/215198-five-reasons-obama-might-be-coming-back-to-washington

maybe something bigger on the way?

http://abcnews.go.com/US/secret-service-aware-apparent-isis-flag-photo-front/story?id=24985241

and here is why the documents by the saudi prince comes in:

“Saudi king backs Egypt’s military”

http://www.aljazeera.com/news/middleeast/2013/08/201381615196784361.html

&

“Hamas…is caught between the hammer of Sisi [Egypt]…and the anvil of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Emirates.”

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/Articles/Article.aspx/14994#.U_RCgWNCS9K

Obama has favoured the muslim brotherhood before.

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Media Watch Grills 3AW Radio for Fake interview of IS commander Omar Shaishani

Donkey: We can stay up late, swapping manly stories, and in the morning, I’m making waffles!

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c80_1408425940#IrkxIkdhef9lzTWA.99

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War zone in Ferguson, St. Louis. Black people locked up in a cage for no reason, media not allowed to film nor walk freely on streets.

Ferguson black brothers locked up for nothing like animals
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=elwbZQGFnuk

Where is Al-Jewzeera, UN, Amnesty etc.

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The scum in Ferguson is as criminal as the FSA/ Nusrats scum: just pure criminal gangs.

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No war zone in Ferguson. People exercising their constitutional rights by protesting and the police arresting people who get out of line by throwing objects at the police. I watched live media feeds from Ferguson last night on MSNBC and Fox. There were no restrictions on what the cameramen were showing and the media were literally criticizing the police for acting amateurish as they were standing next to the police lines. Quit trying to bullshit the foreigners on this site.

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Anon: How sad it is to think that had young Brown not been merely a clumsy thief, none of this would be happening.

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Tabqa airbase the last SAA base left in Raqqa with 1000 troops is about to be annihilated by ISIS (0-72hrs). I hope the Assad lovers on this site after Tabqa is obliterated will stop thinking ISIS is just another weak terrorist group and realize the gravity of the situation before its too late.

Ziad, tell Wael to cut a deal with the rebellious Kurd’s and Sunni’s ( a weak autonomy? Or something?) and co-jointly attack ISIS head on with all you got. That’s the only way to beat them.

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Conflicting information on Tabqa. Will depend on what troops are there, armed with what? Some sources indicate as mich as much as 6.000 IS troops already there or on their way. IS need to be stopped soon down there as well or they will pop up far more west pretty fast.

Hope they have more then some old T-55 tanks. Airstrikes alone will never be enough to stop IS in this kind of war. Certainly because most stuff is outdated and working with unguided missiles, but that might change soon.

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Flanders I.S only have 10000 rats in Syria they cant put 6000 in to tabqa… you really must stop listening to there falls claims

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I listen to every source, collect info and then make my mind up. 10.000 doesn’t seem realistic considering the advances they make.
Last week, in Idlib, 1.000 from some shithead brigade moves east and joined IS. Same is happening in Aleppo.
Nothing is as good for success as success. So, plenty of new recruits coming in from all over. I don’t doubt that.

Tabqa, like Aleppo is a BIG test for the SAA. We will see, battle for Tabqa seems to be in full swing as I type.

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Anon, not sure where you got this info or guess, but on the ground, so far, it has been all hell on ISIS near Tabqa, things are looking pretty good after SAAF came strongly on board to bomb Raqqa and surrounding.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930528000358

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Canthama your spot on…in 0~72hrs Tabqa city will be free and I.S be annihilated 😉

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I hope ISIS come in force, with thousands, and all their heavy weapons, and then get blown to hell near Tabqa. Let’s finish it now.

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al: I don’t think that ISIS has ‘thousands’ to expend in a forlorn hope; Heavy weapons (I’d guess you refer to armor and artillery) have to be transported, staged, sited – – fresh, red, meat for SAAF. I do agree with the sentiment, though – – carpet the desert with dead rats.

DanDiLion
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bullshit… you read to much I.S propaganda the saa just took 2 villages of them and are bombing the shit out of them

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Indeed all the reports I read is that SAA is bombing ISIS back to the stone age ( which arguably looking at their respect for culture and general intellect would be an improvement ).

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So will this be another bulge operation whereby ISIS overruns an area where troops strategically withdraw – and quickly the ISIL savages get liquidated?

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Hey Anon,

we have our fingers crossed and at least iam waiting for the results of the ISIS attack. Tabqa is not completly cut off like Div17 and the other base in the north.

Who knows constant air attacks can soften the IsIs attack groups and their hideouts. I guess they will move or even attack at night. On some day the ISIS will find itselfe in its own trap and i feel this day is coming nearer.

cheers
J

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If you have a link for this, please post it. Thanks.

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The advance into Aleppo is meaningless if ISIS attacks SAA from its rear(Aleppo airport. Najjar) and the defeated rebels join ISIS instead of surrendering to the SAA.

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Yeah, will be a big, very big test for the SAA to, at least for now, stop the advance of IS. If they can’t stop them in Aleppo en Tabqa… then a mayor disaster is in the making.

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We’ll see, Flanders. I doubt that ISIS can marshal the forces that they need to do any major damage.

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I guess Assad is well aware of this fact (ISIS beating and converting the FSA) in Aleppo and is now bombing advancing ISIS in Mare and Akhtareen, in support of the FSA fighting them! Unbelievable!

Here’s the SAF airstrikes on ISIS headquarters in Akhtareen

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Battle seems to be in full swing Q: What is inside the airport? Arms and ammunition? How many regime soldiers are inside the airport? A-Tabqa airport contains two warplane squadrons, six war helicopters, a number of 130mm field guns, mortars, four tanks, a number of BMP’s, and large stores of ammunition—especially tank and artillery ammunition. The number of soldiers located in the airport and the nearby Al-Ajrawi checkpoint—part of the airport, located on its Western entrance on Al-Ajrawi hill—is around 800. Add to that everyone who arrived at the airport after fleeing brigades 17 and 93 [regime brigades in A-Raqqa… Read more »
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Flanders: SAA/SAAF enjoys important advantages that the poor, dumb, Iraqis did not have when Speicher was attacked. They are very experienced forces, they have excellent intelligence, and they have NO American ‘advisors’. I’d be surprised if there had been any operational aircraft aboard the base for the last day or so, the fighter-bombers having been flown off to other bases. Helicopters can be put anywhere there’s relatively flat and dry ground, The ground forces have had plenty of time to harden their positions, site their tanks and guns, and stock plenty of canister for both. I wouldn’t want to assault… Read more »
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Has the SAA managed to stop the Nusra advance in Hama?

Arklight
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Kunta Kinte: It looks like about the only activity around Hama is SAA rooting out rats.

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The only reason I posted the imminent defeat of heavily SAA defended Tabqa (8 hours into a 72 hour prediction) is to hopefully get Assad to quickly adapt to the situation and change strategies from ones that won’t work (surrounding Aleppo while ISIS is advancing on your back) to ones that do, like making truces. If Hamas and Israel can do it, why not Assad and Saudi Arabia and Qatar’s puppets? Freeing up ground forces to fight ISIS, a threat to everybody including Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

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