LATAKIA: RAT PACKS SMASHED ON TURK BORDER

 

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LATAKIA:

 

Zaghaaru:  An attempted infiltration by frustrated foreign monkeys was repelled by the SAA at this area:

  • Mahmoud Kurr Faaqi (TURKMAN COCKROACH)
  • Hussayn Zhareef Khaan (PAKISTANI VIPER SPUTUM)
  • Majd ‘Abdul-Kareem
  • No other names sent.

 

Ghammaam:  Nusra turkeys were gobbled up by the SAA when their pickup armed with a 23mm cannon broke down and they found themselves surrounded.  5 confirmed dead rats.

 

Al-Shumaysa:  Fighting with no details.

 

Dooreen:  A pickup with 23mm cannon carrying 3 rodents was incinerated by alert infantry with an RPG.

  • Nash`aat ‘Adlooni
  • Mustafaa Haddaadeen
  • Rafeeq Ahmad

 

Fighting also reported here:  Al-Mu’aytima, ‘Ayn Al-Jawza, Zaahiya Mtn.

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IDLIB:

 

Kafr Takhaareem:  35 members of Nusra were dispatched to Hell yesterday as they rode on 5 pickups with 23mm cannons and 13 motorcycles.  The SAAF struck with precision that left the scene looking like something out of a Japanese monster movie.

 

Waadi Al-DhayfAn attempted infiltration near Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan in the direction of ‘Ayn Quray’ was repulsed.  I have no details.

 

Fighting reported heavy in these areas: Shaflah Town, Tal Deeneet, Hazaareen, Ma’rrat Hurma, Dayr Sunbul, Kafr Haayaa, Al-Raamaa, Tal Salmu, Dayr Sunbul, Jabal Al-Arba’een area, Mu’allali, Al-Munayzil.

 

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DER’AH:

 

‘Itmaan on west road: Fighting with no details.

 

Fighting reported here: Al-Hiraak, Inkhil, Al-Thurayyaa Junction, Al-Yaadoodaa/Der’ah Road, Nawaa, Khirbat Al-Ju’ayliyya, Al-Ghaariya East toward Al-Hiraak, Al-Soora.

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HOMS:

 

Al-Khuraab Bridge:  In the direction of Al-Wa’er Farms, 4 rats killed by the SAA.

 

Fighting reported here: Jurood ‘Arsaal, Tuwayna, Waadi Al-Samarmar southwest of Hasyaa`, ‘Ayn Hussayn, Talbeesa, Al-Wa’er.

 

Al-Shaa’er Mountain:  A pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed southeast of the SyriaTel Towers.

 

City: 27 citizens who were duped into working for terrorists have surrendered themselves and their weapons to security services.  They will all receive Amnesty.

 

 

 

 

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al Jarban
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Ziad,

I know there are more pressing concerns, but at some point, it would be great to hear a more thorough and scholarly account of the impact of the amnesty program on reversing many of the original defections that happened in the early days. Would be informative to get some numbers showing the scope of the original problem and the impact that amnesty has had on calming the war itself.

NjHc
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I’m curious also. Please do a story on the program and how your average Syrian handles the economy in a war zone.

Maybe the amnesty program could place them in rebuilding efforts?

Pray for peace and a rebuilding of lives and homes.

Canthama
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It does seem that the northeast Lattakia front is collapsing all together, for fell we have heard many rat failure, sealing it will help seal Idilb border will Turkey, this is key to block rats coming from Turkey in a short way to main Vital battle ground around M5. It seems the last bastion of the traitors of FSA and Nusra will be gone before year end in Idlib province.

Nobilitatis
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Seal Idlib border? That seems unlikely. There is no gouvernment presence at the Turkish border past Kasab.

Canthama
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That is precisely my point, when the SAA manages to finally seal northern Lattakia with Turkey, very little remains actually, it can start pushing to close the many unnofficial smugglers border crossing with Turkey to Idlib province and then the only official crossing at Reyhanli, this will all take time but certainly would remove the easy pass to Idlib that makes Syria life so much harder.
It will take time no matter what.

Hmm
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Man you are so optimistic. For more than 2 years SAA didn`t move in Lattakia from their original positions and you are talking about Idlib/Turkey border. The only thing that is happening there is shelling. No ground troops moving.

Canthama
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Hmm, you are triple right, I am optimistic with it, you are right on SAA in Lattakia and you are right to question it. The reason of of optimism there is the fact that the Kesab rat offensive collapsed, though SAA soldiers moved to other fronts, we have there more NDF and militia forces, much more than we had before Kesab front. That means Syria has the manpower to create a front it never had in the past few years in that region. When they finally liberate the towns up in the mountains in NE Lattakia, it takes time and… Read more »
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Thanks for the great news Ziad. It really appears the SAA has recovered and regrouped from some of the surprise ISIS/Nusrat attacks in July. According to the map, the SAA has opened many new fronts across Lattakia, Idlib, Hama, Damascus, Qalamoun and in the South. The terrorists are under siege in many strategic locations now. Things are looking good and its clear we will witness many rat lines along the western front collapse in the coming months – even with King Rat Erdogan at the helm of this fast-sinking neo-Ottoman adventure.

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

Nobilitatis
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Did you get confused? That happened already. Idlib is located in the North. I expect no strategic shift there until the battle in and around Aleppo is won. Damascus is in the Center, the battle in Gouta is about to be won. The Forces there will probably have more Impact in Daraa province. And the whole East yearns to be liberated.

Canthama
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Hi. Jimmy, I like to check on wikimapia once and while as well, it is one of the only full syria map out there, M has a nice one as well, but the folks managing it have a tendency of trigger happy changes very quickly for the terrorists, one wonder why right ? And when you have confirmed by SANA, videos etc…on lets say Meliha they simply ignore and do not up date and will take forever to do it, again one wonder why…on the other side there are hundreds if not thousands of cities not shown in the map,… Read more »
Arklight
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Canthama: M’s is a theater map which includes Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Gaza and Persian Gulf. M says that he designed, built, configered and populated his theater map himself, that he does all of the work on it himself and does updates himself. Besides his primary concerns over your criticisms, he may actually have other demands on his time like – – gee – – paying the rent? Putting bread on the table and, ah – – like that. I still have contact with Chris K. who used to have a Syria daily blog for which he made the translations, did… Read more »
Canthama
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Arklight, once more my bad on typo, so much for tablet typing… my critic was not directly to M’s map but wikimapia Syria war, they are the trigger happy ones that seems to support rats sources vs a balanced view, used. Mlehila as example, up to little while ago it was not up dated as SAA control, furthermore it has Al. Ghouta in rat hands and it should be contested etc… M’s map is a very good option for folks, it is not detailed on the city level, but it was not its purpose initially, his over view of Syria… Read more »
Arklight
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Okay, Canthama, we’re good.

al Jarban
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So post us the link to “M”‘s map.

Canthama
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Here it goes, I strongly recommend it. My critic was on wikimapia and not M’s, sorry for the confusion.

http://www.fps-predators.com/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

Arklight
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al: link to M’s theater map: http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400
C: M was on here a few days ago, but his last update was posted on the 13th. As to M’s physical location, I have no knowledge of that.

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I know it’s not that strategic, but can’t wait until Salma gets liberated, I’m sick of seeing it still in Nusra hands blocking the way for a SAA offensive on Idlib plan from the mountains of Latakia.

Arklight
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Now that Iraq is officially Uncle Sh*theel’s bitch I’ve no further interest in it except that as a parking lot for USSA military it threatens the existence of Syria Just sayin’ – –

Canthama
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Arklight, understand the US support make the new PM suspicious, but most of Iraq’s allies also supported the transition to this new Shia PM, such as Iran, Syria PM, Shia groups in Iraq including Muqtaba Al Sadr and Ayatollah Sistani.
This is still cloudy for me, but a possible internal coalition may really help Iraq to get ISIS out of the game, unfortunately it would place pressure into Syria.
Would value Syrper’s readers understanding on this new PM, more info and views would be very welcomed.

Arklight
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Canthama: The UN loves the new guy, Obama loves the new guy, Biden loves the new guy, Barfly loves the new guy, ISIS and Barfly’s Kurds, Turkey, CIA and Israel are engaged in a menage a’ cinque or maybe a circle jerk with the new guy as pivot man; Barfly’s verson of Kurdistan wants a permanent American base in Kurdistan and all sorts of big boy toys and free stuff from EU; Chevron-Texaco, Exxon-Mobil, BP and Royal Duch Shell all love Barzani and his Kurds; Lockheed Marin, Raytheon and a host of lesser lights love the Barzani’s Kurds. KBR and… Read more »
Canthama
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Here goes a good map on current situation of Syria. From youtube.

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Joene
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Thanks Canthama. Looking at this map, I notice the following things (and hope the SAA command will go for this) The ISIS area west of Tabqa and aroudn Deir Hafir. Although the Aleppo operation has priority, I think making advances int his area should ease up the eastern front quite a bit. Lake Assad can act as a perfect natural defence system, just like the river (Euphrates?) at Deir Ezzor and Lake Rastan in Homs. Based on the map the SAA/NDF is exactly doing this. Still, I hope the goal of this campaign is toeredicate the ISIS rats west of… Read more »
Canthama
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Joene, I agree entirely with your view. For long I expected a push toward Maskaneh and cut ISIS from that front by linking it to Dayr Hafir, Kuweres base and finally Aleppo, the flank protected is very powerful for the SAA, as it is the SAA is vunerable there. On the other side both Maskaneh and Dayr Hafir are green plains, rich in ag products due to both lakes around them. I wrote today about northeast Lattakia and NW Idlib, SAA seems to be wrapping up at NE Lattakia offensive, I just hope it links to NW Idlib and close… Read more »
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Joene: The limiting factor is available forces plus transport. I’m astonished that SAA, NDF, ADF and local defense forces are able to do what they are already doing, with the help of SAAF and YPG, of course. Until they clean up the Turkey border areas, SAA is very vulnerable from the rear YPG is doing more than its share, of course but, so far as I can tell, it’s all on their own with no help from SAAF or SAA. Until Syria begins to view its Kurds as Syrians and not some hideous creature with horns and a tail, YPG/SAA… Read more »
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@Canthama. I agree. Ghouta should be top priority, especially since the SAA has the momentum it cannot give it away. Imagine the manpower freed once this pocket has been cleaned up. @Arklight From what I understand from multiple sources, not just Ziad, there are still lots of troops in their bases (waiting for either a rat pack coming by (which does not happen) or for the NATO/Zionist forces to launch a campaign into Syria (which will also never happen, but one can never be sure) So who knows some batallions will be mounted up and send to the east to… Read more »
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Joene: Sorry, I don’t have twitter, but thanks. Yes, there would be bases scattered about with troops stationed there but I doubt that more than a small percentage of the bases would be home for permanent combat arms garrisons. There will, of course, be training bases for infantry, armor, airborne and artillery, SAAF. Those are where the young guys learn that the pointy end of the bullet goes in the rifle/tube first. Other bases would be specialty units such as quartermaster, anti-aircraft, special forces; some would be replacement depots, advanced specialty training, and on-and-on, with very few being actual armor… Read more »
al Jarban
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al Jarban

Thanks for the map info C Dog.

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Czech government decided to supply arms to the Kurds. The content of the material and military small arms. The form will either standard trade. Maybe intergovernmental agreement. The term end of August.
Czech arms factories are of high quality. Perhaps it will help the Kurds and thus Syria.

“… Czech and France are among the first European countries to help their weapons Kurds in the battle with the jihadists of the Islamic state …” wrote Czech Press Agency.

Also, congratulations on the victory at Damascus!

Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

Once again: Mind the difference between Iraq and Syria Kurds. The arming of Turkey-friendly Kurds in Iraq will not help the Kurds in Syria and not at all its gouvernment.
By the way: Which arms factories are of low quality?

Arklight
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Nobilitatis: Right again. Barfly’s version of Kurds is a different as night and day from the Syrian Kurds, and the post I read on this subject said that the Czech Republic was going to supply arms to Iraqi Kurds, actually a possible threat to Syria and YPG. I’ve seen Cxech small arms and found none to be substandard, and usually superior in quality of manufacture to American military weapons. The Czechs might make junk, but I’ve never seen any.

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It depends, kurds of Slemani and Sinjar areas literally hate Barzani and are pretty pro-PKK and pro-YPG, for example, yesterday there was a PUK military commander at Serekaniye thanking YPG for their involvement in aid operations for yezidis.

So if those kurds get guns that would be excellent news, as they were very open to collaborating against IS with ISF since June, unlike KDP ones.

Eltho
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Ah, btw, for the guy that complained about kurds and oil fields in Rojava, you should not worry as much about kurds trying to “steal it”, but for them to ban any post-war extraction if they deem it unecological enough, as the constitution of Rojava is based on Ocalan’s socialist, feminist and ecological ideology and enviroment protection is going to be much more important than oil production, and honestly going to war defending oil profit over nature seems pretty USA-ish to me.

Manfred
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I have noticed readers write of difference in Kurds of Iraq and syria. There is no difference. The difference is a fictious line drawned by the British and French dividing their empires in 1919. Iraq and Syria are artifical creations. Kurds are and will be one someday. I do not like it but it is inevitable.

Eltho
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Partly agree, but I think a difference should be drawn around pro-KDP kurds and pro-everything else, with the latter (who, btw, include half of Iraqi Kurdistan population if counting Kirkuk kurds and Sinjar kurds) being much more pragmatic while still not being anyone’s bitch, unlike Barzani, which pretty much does whatever Erdogan orders. Best thing that could happen to kurds is Barzani losing 2015 KRG presidential elections, with YPG, PUK and PKK/KCK forming a joint military and political council afterwards to face the Islamic State threat while allowing free flow of much needed medical and infrastructural supplies into the many… Read more »
Arklight
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Eltho, your observations on the various Kurdish factions is pretty illuminating, and I thank you for taking the time. Everybody tends to forget that ISIS is an enemy, but the real enemy is the US (not the people, the State) and its puppet masters. Make no m mistake, Eltho, the US will attack anyone who interferes with business in a major way, and that includes Kurds, ISIS or anybody else. In my personal opinion the US ‘rescue mission’ was ditched because the Yazidi were not ‘the right kind of Kurds’. The ‘humanitarian efforts’ of USSA are only cosmetic – –… Read more »
Arklight
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Nobilitatis: I forgot to mention what you already know, I’m sure; the Czech weapons would be compatible with what the Kurds already have, and with Syrian weapons. At least part of the bounty will be shared with ISIS, I’m sure, for use in Syria so that when SAA wipes out an ISIS unit they can just go on and use what they capture from the enemy dead.

Alan Berger
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I have a few questions:
1. The Kurds want the first two states?
2. Every second rifle IS is not directed against an ally of Syria?
3. Kurds in Iraq transmit section deliveries IS to fight in Syria?

Arklight
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Alan:
Point 1: Eltho would be the one to address which Kurds want what.
Point 2. In my opinion, all ISIS weapons are directed at what USSA considers its enemies in the region, or against those who are not friendly toward USSA interests.
Point 3. It is known, and reported upon, that ISIS forces pass through Barfly’s Kurdistan to Syria or south into Iraq proper.

Eltho
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Kurds in Syria are more of pro-autonomists, reading Rojava’s constitution you will see that it’s against partition of Syria, the only case in which they might end up pushing for it is in 20+ years when Syria has been rebuilt and there is a chance for the matter to be discussed through diplomacy like the Scotish people do, but right now they are only interested in autonomy. Their constitution can be read here: http://civiroglu.net/the-constitution-of-the-rojava-cantons/ My grain of salt is that if Iraq and Syria want to keep kurds happy until peaceful times arrive they should allow a joint autonomy between… Read more »
Anonymous
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Eltho: It took 550 years for Colombia and Venezuela to grow up enough do that, but it’s not like there were enough indians left to pose a real threat, anyway.

Eltho
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The border into Kurdish populated Iraq is controlled by YPG anyways and the only reason no trade or military cooperation is going on is because Duhok and Hewler are there in the way to Slemani and Qandil (not so much anymore tho, as with the crisis PKK has been able to reach as far as Rabia and Lalish, and PUK officers have been present at the frontline of Serekaniye), it’s not like such a development could be avoided in the hypothetical case the Barzani bastard happened to lose 2015 elections, IMO there is more to lose by trying to forcibly… Read more »
Jason
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UN resolution under chapter 7 on the global intelligence spawn of ISIS will allow outside powers to intervene in Iraq and Syria with impunity, and what is more under the banner of combating terrorism! Those who are responsible for bringing in tens of thousands of militants from all over the world to Syria and the region now will be able to use this ‘threat’ as a pretext to finally use air power over the skies of Syria and other regional countries. Step by step they are creating justifications to attack Syria and entrench themselves and their puppets in the region.

Victor
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Jason

Putin won’t allow it, or more specifically the soviet military command that supports Putin, won’t allow it.

If there is tacit approval from Russia, it will cover areas not under the control of the SAA.

Arklight
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Jason: I think that both Russia and Red China would vote ‘No’, remembering how they got burned on the Libya business. Of course, Uncle Sh*theel and his European bitches will come up with a false flag of some sort if need be, but I think that the BS is getting to be boring and their tricks shop worn to the point where NATO may come apart over the next cute little stunt. The USSA doesn’t have a tenth of the force needed to fulfill 5 percent of its military commitments as it is, so it depends upon the silly buggers… Read more »
the Thylacine
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Hmm. No UN resolution will hold back Syria’s S-200s, and General Dempsey knows it.

Arklight
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Thylacine: I read a report in which the new Russian S-400 will become available for foreign buyers. I wonder how many Syria has on order.

Flanders
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Dual Threat Has Mainstream Syrian Rebels Fearing Demise
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/16/world/middleeast/syria-bashar-assad-aleppo-rebels-isis.html?ref=middleeast

Latest:
FSA rats in Mare’ are about to be defeated by IS. Retreating all over it seems. Their supply lines to Turkey to be cut off within weeks or a few months.

SAA advancing in Aleppo about to close the gap.

dudleydoright911
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Mainstream rebels are a theoretical abstraction peddled by the west to justify arming and training terrorists.

Arklight
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Hey, Dudley, how ya be? I think Flanders might be thinking of the Syrian equivalent of ‘paddy daddies’ (which don’t exist) and ‘main force’ which does exist. I don’t know why FSA is so worried; it just got a half billion dollar bankroll to play with, and money solves everything, right? Not that the fighting men will ever see any of it, of course.

the Thylacine
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‘Mainstream Rebels’… Hee-Hee.

Canthama
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Flanders, tks for sharing it, this NYT is a remarkable piece indeed, It never stop me to think how Journalism went down to the drain, how can they sleep at night after the foolishness work they do? From one side this article surprisingly touch on the fact of the dual US/NATO relationship with ISIS, enemies in Iraq and neutral or supportive in Syria, of course he did it lightly and without going into deeply, no surprise here, but then instead of taking a hard stance on ISIS, it shows on purpose only bombings from the Syria Government and yet the… Read more »
Flanders
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Heavy fighting in Bereij. Al Kindi Hospital, or what remains of it, under full SAA control. Handarat.

Flanders
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“We don’t have central command, whereas ISIS has central command and an ideology.”

And that is why the FSA/IF/Nusrats and whatever are doomed. They are like local warlords, criminal gangs. Completely doomed.

IS is a whole different story…

Canthama
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That is true, in part is also hard to fight terrorist gangs, they are cells, unpredictable and spread all over with multiple strategies, that was tough for SAA or any armed force around the world, guerrilla type warefare.
On the other side facing a must organized group with central command, puts things under persperctives for the SAA and may create a known environment for the to fight, but my guess is that ISIS falls into the hybrid form, central command and independent smaller groups, that may be the challenge for the SAA, we will see it.

Canthama
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Canthama

That would mean Shqayyef as the last part of the encirclement, have not heard any fighting there, but if the closing is approaching the there must be fight there as well. The control of what was left of Hindi can also mean SAA control of the main highway out of Aleppo to the north. It may still be a no man’s land the northern ring belt, but I doubt it, it must be under fire with fights reported in Bani Zaid youth housing. This is getting real close. Tks for sharing, pls keep it coming.

Anonymous
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With the U.S’s man in Iraq, they will now actively work to drive them out of Iraq and into Syria

Arklight
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Yup, Anon. No bout adoubt it.

Arklight
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FYI, Russia is making friendly noises with Brazil and guess what? The presidential candidate running against the incumbent was killed in a plane crash; read the RT article for yourself and see if you don’t catch a whiff of the stench of CIA. Link: http://rt.com/news/line/2014-08-16/#68584

Canthama
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Arklight, nope for this case. Two topics here : 1) Russia indeed tripled the meat, pork & poultry companies in Brazil with license to export to Russia, orders are flowing and in July it reached $700MM, growth of 50% vs avg, and more likely to be near $1Bi by Sept, it seems since we had the growth in. July that Russia replaced US, Canada, Australia and EU in all meat products before the counter sanctions, which in part seems quite smart move, both for the new exporters like Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Argentina since they have orders on their… Read more »
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Thanks for your info. We in the States don’t get a lot of depth in our news about ‘Latin America’ so, like a lot of others up here, I have to pick bits and pieces out of whatever is on offer. If you could, maybe keep us (me) posted on how the Russians are doing with South American trade Good luck to the Amazon lady, and best wishes going forward.

Canthama
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Canthama

It is official and Marina Silva, the jungle lady, will run for President of Brazil, she has a fairly good chance to get elected. Should she get elected, cold times for US and EU relationship with Brazil. Interesting elections ahead.

http://rt.com/news/line/2014-08-16/#68600

P&P
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Still here that bunch of hidden pro-zio-trolls.
Making discussions up with no support
for Syria what so ever.
Trying to foolish people around with
sort of pack forum trolling by
deteriorating mixed with disinformation.

Arklight
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Arklight

P&P: You’re blithering again Please slow down, organize your thoughts, and repost. Thanks.

Pills to be middle east expert
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Animals can not think but apes like ziad and his piggies can think about only the present time or 1-2 months back or forward. Clever people only takee lessonss from the past. ALL THE wars ,fightings were plans of the zionists and zionist back usa last 50 even 100 years in Middle East. You are talking about victories over 200000 corpses millions of displaced, disabled,tortured,jailed civilians syrian citizens. no time but one lesson for you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qh9awD5KwNY&list=WL&index=34 i hope you see the next 50 years plan for middle east plan of zionists and israel for sucking the muslims’oil and weaking israel’s… Read more »
P&P
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Because you insult my frontrunner internet hero I give you no likes at all. But some points are good and with the lessons to be learned from as exactly as 100 years ago you are 100% right. Few people seemingly are able, willing or capable to study history profoundly. Anyway, a matter of fact is that throughout more than three-thousand years the execration of the children of Shaitan are unique in human history. Everywhere they bring chaos, terror, poverty, war and unbelievable cruelty. Every kind of crime is concentrated in their mafia-like organizations. They have no shame publicly wearing hate… Read more »
Canthama
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Hail to the heros of SAA, nice vid, this is part 4 out of 4, nice battle scenes collection against the traitors and terrorists.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=be0_1408192338

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what change ziad : Study history and take lessons from the British;At least they were quite good at spliting and managing the whole middle east unlike zionist backed usa.But thanks to idiot dictators like Esad and Saddam; middle east plans of israel and zionist backed usa&britain for 21th century are going quite well. Keep talking about anti zionisism, your baath party is a target practise of CIA. They have been making their plans over the baath for many years in iraq and syria,also special thanks to obstinate sias and selefists too.. Are you writing another article on how you and… Read more »
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The civil war in the Ukraine
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The civil war in the Ukraine

The armed conflict in the east of the country between the central government in Kiev and the proclamation of the Republic of New Russia, in which both sides used heavy weapons and armored vehicles.

List of destroyed and captured armored vehicles prepared solely on the basis of photos and video evidence.

http://lostarmour.info/armour

http://lostarmour.info/spoils

Canthama
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Canthama

This is incredible piece of info, very well organized, thank you so much for sharing it.

Shin
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Shin

A long time coming, now let’s see if it is honoured.

http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/44092.html

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