NUSRA PULLS OUT OF DER’AH; DER’AH FRONT BIG JOKE IN DAMASCUS

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DER’AH:

The Jabhat Al-Nusra, the American-Saudi created monster has almost completely pulled out of Der’ah and the Western Ghoutaa with their communications citing fears that Jordan has opened up its airfields to American bombers which are expected to help the SAAF to devastate Nusra positions in the south.  With the “Big Surprise” playing a major role in impeding the growth of Nusra’s holdings, there was no choice but to move its forces both northwards to Idlib and westwards toward safe Zionist lines in the Golan.  This decision made by Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani on September 23, 2014 in consultation with (believe it or not) American and Saudi handlers in Al-Mafraq in Jordan would be the most painful decision of his short rat life.  The fact is, the people of Der’ah no longer wish to participate in the destruction of their own country.  We can see this in the statistics coming to SyrPer.  As we wrote before, major clans of Der’ah used to produce dead rodents for the terrorists with the names, Abaazeed, Hindaawi, Qutayfaan, Masaalima and Al-Nabhaan in large numbers.  Either these clans are extinct or they have stopped supporting the rat terrorists. The latter explanation is the most likely.

There can be no question that with the withdrawal of Nusra, leaving small die-hard bigoted groups like the “Sunflowers of Allah”, the “Brigitte Bardot Brigades” and “Satan’s Sulky Savage Squadrons”, the Southern Front has become the “Front that Never Got off the Ground”.  All this thanks to the “Big Surprise” which I will soon reveal once the area is declared rat-free by the MoD and the Americans abandon their Quixotically queer efforts to violate international law in a typically American way.

 

‘Itmaan:  4 days ago, at the stonecutting facility, the SAA killed 4 rodents and took 10 prisoner.

 

Dayr Al-‘Adas Village:  A pickup with 23mm cannon was partially destroyed.  The cannon will be handed over to NDF for use in killing Wahhabist blasphemers:

  • Khaaled Khayru Al-Humsi
  • Ziyaad Na’oos
  • Muhammad Ashraf

 

 

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Syrian soldiers scan a field fertilized by the carcasses of Saudi terrorist rodents and heretics

 

Khirbat Ghazaala area:  The SAA and NDF blocked an attempted terrorist attack on a military outpost which was given a heads-up by MI.  No details available.

 

South Basar Al-Hareer:  3 vans with weapons and ammunition were subject to heavy SAA fire.  According to Monzer, the foreign commander whose name is written below refused to surrender despite horrific odds and was “fragged” by a Syrian Nusra rodent.  All told, only 3 rodents were killed with the rest surrendering to join the “Warbling Brigades of Allah”.

  • Al-Mardhi ‘Ashshoosh (MOROCCAN PIGEON DROPPING AND FEARLESS LEADER)
  • Zayn Al-‘Aabideen Nassr
  • Khamees ‘Atshaan

 

Inkhil:  No details available about a convoy of vans and cars belonging to Nusra driving without a care to the sounds of Dinah Shore singing “See the USA in your Chevrolet”.  In this case the Chevy was a pickup truck loaded with ammunition.  In this case, also, the SAA was lying in wait for their arrival. Big mess.

 

Itmaan:  An attempted infiltration 4 days ago was repelled by SAA.  No details.

 

‘Itmaan/Tafass Road:  A row of motorcycles belonging to the Nusra branch of the Hell’s Angels was eradicated to the sound of “Leader of the Pack”.  Great song.  Bad ending for rodents.  23 counted dead as the buffoons took cover from SAA artillery behind their Vespas.  Maybe they’ll get better training next time.

 

Fighting also reported in:  Al-Manshiyya Quarter, Al-Hijja Village, Old Customs Building, Nawaa

 

Kaheel Town:  With the ardent help of citizens, a nest and a warehouse filled with ammunition was put to an end.  6 rats killed and some taken prisoner.  No details.


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gamejoe
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I hope you are right Ziad. I hope the us airforce is not suporting the isis troops westwards into saa controlled area

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When will these Jihadists turn on saudi arabia and israel??

Dany the fatso
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Soon as they are kicked out of Syria.

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never, if they attack…they wouldn´t get paid any longer by their best sponsors.

chabraque
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Hahaha you really made me laugh here ‘the Nusra branch of the Hells Angels’ and the ‘Brigitte Bardot Brigade’ Thank you Ziad

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lol, my favourites are the “sunflowers of Allah”, very cute!

Arklight
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chabraque: Hell’s Angels? Nah. Try ‘Outcasts’.

dudleydoright911
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the scene from DER’AH:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2IA9UwmHCA

the scene from Inkhil: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJiCUdLBxuI

the scene from ‘Itmaan/Tafass Road : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO_brEreGLw

great news on all fronts. With respect to the rats fleeing based on communications with their american / saudi handlers isn’t it remarkable how we have the CIA fighting the US military in 2 countries?

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i just saw at facebook SyrPer that na american airstrike killed 70 iraq solders… is it true ??? i think they wouldnt hit iraq sldiers

Arklight
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Anon: Americans kill anything they can, so long as there is no risk (air strikes), then say they hit ‘suspected insurgents’ in order to provide a fig leaf in the event of an ‘error’. Iraqis hate Americans anyway, so what the hey? Why not?

dudleydoright911
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I love how the news reports it “surgical” “precision” strikes. Coming to a wedding reception or petting zoo near you soon.

Arklight
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Dudley: Don’t forget family reunions and class picnics. Lots of ‘suspected terrorists’ there, too.

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here’s a quote from a forum, hope give you some info “What America is planning for in Iraq is to have a long-term precense in Iraq and an anti-Iran army from national guard (sunni army) as they assume! They started to prepare for an airbase in Tikrit in Salahudin province according to an Iraqi official using the pretext of fighting isis which they said will take years(they want it take years to suit their plans)! In the other hand they are preventing Iraqi army and resistance groups from finishing isis by bombing these pro-Iran forces(by mistake :think:) and even use… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: Yeah, Uncle Sh*theel is a one trick pony – – at the beginning (Vietnam) it was a fairly decent trick, with every step in proper sequence but, like any other trick that becomes shopworn, the illusionist has to tinker with it in order to freshen it up. All that does is make the trick even more obvious to the point where nobody falls for it any more. Uncle Sh*theel should just get out of the illusion business.

gamejoe
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America = Central banker families = fascists.
They hide in the american society since 1913 as a parasite in its host.
Since this date this former great republic is in constant war for too big to fail corporate profit and their product the US $.
It is very important for these parasites that their revolutions will continue till even china has been broken up in failed states. Keeping them controlling the resources and the money.

Arklight
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Gamejoe: The banksters have been busily burrowing into apples, here, since far before 1913: consider that Alexander Hamilton was Bank of England’s ‘man on the ground’ and weaseled through the ‘Obligations of Contracts’ clause to the Constitution. Other than your historical note didn’t go back far enough, your post seems to sum up the situation pretty well, except that there are, now, a veritable constellation of corporate lice sucking the blood of the Republic. God post. Thanks.

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Mara Kind
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Thank you for informing us about the events in Syria.
Unfortunately, this topic is usually presented very shallowly, if I may say so, in popular media, even if they are not some dirty presstitutes. I’m very happy to see that the president and SAA are doing quite well despite all the threats and lies. I hope that the “fighter jets of freedom and democracy” will not hit the Syrian army, by accident of course 😉

Greetings from Poland

Arklight
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Mara: Your politicians have invited the enemy to establish bases in Poland and maintain an American garrison. How smart was that?

Mara Kind
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I don’t know where are you from, but if your country is not a NATO member, you cannot know how shameful this fact is for me. I didn’t choose for Poland to enter NATO, so if you blame me for that, it is unjust. I wish Poland wasn’t an “American garrison”, but all I can do is to verbally protest.
Did I misunderstand your post, Mr. Arklight?

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Mara; No, you didn’t misunderstand. My query about ‘how smart was that’ was directed at the stooges who allowed the circumstance. In my opinion, the Polish citizens are smarter than their politicians, and the politicians are too dumb to know that. I think this is true of nearly every country, most of whose citizens have no real say in the directions their ‘leaders’ take them. The US, where I am, is the top turd on the NATO manure pile. The thing is, I cannot imagine what Poland could possibly gain either politically, militarily or economically, ever. In the near impossibility… Read more »
Mara Kind
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Thanks for clearing it up for me. Unfortunately, you don’t really get it, I mean what most Poles feel towards Russia. I’d like to say something about it, if Mr. Ziad doesn’t mind the off-topic 🙂 We had a very tough history, mostly because of many conflicts with Russia and Gemany. I won’t go into details, who was more guilty, who was more brutal or cruel to the opponent etc. The point is, although my nation suffered so much at the hands of our bigger/stronger neighbours, we don’t usually care about Germany, Austria, Sweden, Turkey or, now, Ukraine. That’s because… Read more »
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Ziad, thanks for the good news! I had read that erDOGan finally gone wild, he urges to establish a non-fly zone over north of Syria to cover up the crimes of his lovely terrorist filth or let more fascist warplanes to invade into the syrian airspace. Also I heard that the fascist planes killed many shia fighters and those were iraqi soldiers. Why the axis of resistance and syrian diplomats are silent ?
http://itar-tass.com/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/1470359

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Good news indeed on the the southern front, as soon as Al Ghouta is rat free then the southern rat presence will be gone in a blink of an eye, they exist today to supoort rats in Al Ghouta basically. On another subject, the whole chessboard for this conflict in Syria, Iraq etc…is heating up, main players are moving : 1) we can hear about a Russia fleet moving to Tartous, powerful missiles, radars and communication devise will be available shortly. 2) Turkey making a lot of noise on no fly zone, blocking Kurds while supplying ISIL with tanks etc..this… Read more »
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Canthama: Iran has basing concessions in Lattakia and was supposed to have begun construction of an Iranian naval base there, but I’ve heard nothing current; how about you?

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Arlight, as far as I know it is still only a two countries deal intention to have a military port there, some ground work was done but no confirmation of any real building or even water work. My bet is that this was linked with the gas pipeline deal between Iran, Iraq and Syria and for abvious reason it was not built due to the conflict in both Iraq and Syria. Iran has a limited but growing navy, they mastered the technology to build frigates, based on 1970’s vessels they but from the Brits, old tech but with new missiles… Read more »
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Massime SAAF air strike in several key towns in Idlib, it may be part of a strategy to soften re supplies to the fierce battle at Morek, Kfar Zita and Al Lataminah. More to see.

https://www.facebook.com/syria24english/photos/a.606883606014092.1073742702.298382103530912/737568749612243/?type=1&theater

Arklight
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Mara: TV wasn’t termed, early on, The Boob Tube for no reason. The thing is, everyone who gets turned on to a website which provides a contrasting opinion, and that site is read, the intellect is forced to function. When people think, the truth will out, and change begins. The contrast need not be diametric opposition, merely a different point of view at a tangent to the official spiel. Simply requesting verification or documentation is, quite often, enough to stop the flood of BS without expressing any ‘disloyalty’ or ‘opposition’. Throughout most of its history Poland has gotten the dirty… Read more »
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You are being optimistic when you say that “intellect is forced to function” when we read or watch something that presents some different or unknown poin of view. Usually when such situation occures, there is a strong act of rejection. In general (there of course are exceptions) people don’t want to see their world shattered, no matter what. It’s psychically painfull – I’m saying it from my own experience, getting to know some truth was traumatic after mass media brainwashing. I mean especially Yugoslavia. Not everyone wants to go through this. It’s easier to watch some funny youtube video, isn’t… Read more »
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Mara: what you say about refusal of information is true, but not universally so. You survived awakening didn’t you? The decision to refuse – – whatever – – is an intellectual act, how ever dim and brief the flare; the seed is planted and, although nothing may come of it, the seed may also burst and put out shoots. I think I can assure you, Mara, that you are not the only Pole who has at least one eye opened enough to discern shapes. Yes, there are brick brains (I know some, too), but over the past few years, especially,… Read more »
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Mara: P.S, I recommend Ayn Rand’s ‘Anthem’ for reading material.

Arklight
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Mara: P.P.S. You can download it, free, in audio book form from http://www.librivox.org. Lots of other material in the public domain that you may find of interest.

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One good thing is to open your eyes so they can find a lot of decent people on sites like SYRPER , welcome Mara Kind

the Thylacine
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Mara, FYI
An educational historian is Dr Webster G. Tarpley, who relates the unfortunate collusion of Poland’s rulers in present-day Ukraine, with the weakness of oligarchs in Poland’s history, and the danger that such anarchy represents. According to the doctor Poland, the biggest country in Europe in 1770, almost disappeared by 1795.
http://tarpley.net/neo-feudal-imbecility-of-us-regime-and-libertarian-opposition-harkens-back-to-oligarchical-excesses-that-doomed-holy-roman-empire-and-polish-republic-in-seventeenth-century-europe/

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In 1795 there was the third and last partition of Poland – our territry cut into three parts ruled by Russian Empire, Habsburgs’ Empire and Prussia. The reasons for this situation that took away our independence were in Poland itself. The country was still huge, but weakened by previous wars,stupidity and egoism of the gentry (liberum veto meant EVERY member of the Diet could nullify any bill, so you can imagine the corruption…). The situation was complicated and shaky in Poland, so it was relatively easy to defeat. It took 123 years to become a sovereign country again. I wouldn’t… Read more »
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Several of your posters noted months ago that they thought thousands of US ground troops would eventually be required in Iraq. There was much belittling such a belief by other posters. From General Dempsey’s comments today we seem to be moving in a “more troops needed” direction. The Iraqi Army is not living up to expectations. On another matter, I enjoyed Shepard Smith at Fox news today from here in North Carolina. While I think he is a gross buffoon generally- even though he is a Southerner- , he does have the insight to realize that there are “no moderate… Read more »
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Alex: I suspect that General Dempsey will only participate in the charade to a point. The Iraqi Army is not, in fact, living up to to expectations, since it it growing, maturing, and gaining ground. The Iraqi Army was supposed to have been ruined by 8 years of American training, and then destroyed in detail through treason in command when ISIS/ISIL came out of Kurdestan like a flood of diarhea. That didn’t happen, and despite command failures, it has morphed into an efficient killing machine, backed up and buffered with a couple of million volunteers. Nobody in the US wanted… Read more »
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Bravo Arklight. Thanks for the illuminating posts.

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Pe: and thank YOU for the kind comments.

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All of TV is garbage and propaganda. Conservatives think Fox is their friend. Americans have no friends on TV – yet fools keep watching. Krauthammer is a Neo-zio Con. As far as the Iraqi Army. The US never helps occupation armies. They sabotage them. If they helped build a local army and trained them well – the locals would tell them to get the F out of their country. Americans are brainwashed into thinking they must have troops in other sovereign nations. They are not there to “help” anyone except bankers and crony friends of politicians. General Smedley Butler said… Read more »
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Pentagon ready to train 15,000 cannibals… http://rt.com/usa/191048-hagel-dempsey-command-isis/ The United Terrorist States its Pentagon are ready to train a new wave of cannibals to destroy Syria.. Any comments ZIAD? I really think Syria needs to consult with Russia what new strategy they will follow after the latest events and that the Syrian army should more than ever quickly clean damascus and alepo to move to the zones of ISIS. And as soon as possible Assad give an ultimatun to US to widraw it airforce unless they fully coordinate every attack with them.. or even better to just leave or Syrian airdefenses… Read more »
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Another thing Syria can do.. is try to get a coalition airforce /army to fight ISIS but fighting with their side. US will never dare to attack any Syrian military base if China had soldiers there for example.. So Syria can use as a shield a counter coalition to stop any attack of Criminal States of America and its Terrorist allies. China and Russia move a couple of warships with cheap attack submarines to the Red Sea close to SUdan/Egyp .. where US aircraft carrier is launching attacks.. but also do the same in Persian Gulf.. a couple of old… Read more »
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I agree with you Rusia(China in lesses extend) have stopped any U.S atemps of Imperial Expansion in the Middle East.

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Lots of good, thoughtful posts today. It should always be remembered that the US foreign policy from hell is the result of neocon/Zionists having taken over the apparatus of government. Americans are mostly asleep. The Syria campaign is a pretext and cover to get at Assad in order to defeat the Resistance axis of Syria, Iran and Hezbollah. That is why all of this is taking place. We can be sure Hezbollah and Iran (as well as Russia) are watching developments closely. I am certain Iran and Hezbollah know the real enemy. And I am sure they know the day… Read more »
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I thought that the Turkish would wait at least 10 days before to show their cards but even 10 days was too much
http://news.yahoo.com/turkeys-erdogan-calls-no-fly-zone-syria-161806680.html
And of course, the US partly agree. So in another article, Dempsey said that it would take at least 15,000 ‘moderate’ rebel fighters to expel the ISiS in the North east with no fly zones imposed, but a buffer zone for Turkey in Syria was assesed

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Anon: 15,000? Hmmm. I’d suspect that General Dempsey was tossing out a figure just to shut the mongrels up. Unless I badly misread Russia and China, this no-fly zone will remain a tantalizing phantsm This ‘safe zone’ under protection of Turkish artillery assumes that artillery only works one way. I’m not sure why Turkey would assume that SAA artillery and rockets cannot engage the enemy while remaining beyond Turkish artillery range, but the more I read about the Turks the dumber I think the leadership actually is. I guess we’ll see, huh?

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Hi all, whats the situation in Kobane? The airstrikes of the “coaltion” of “free” states seem to be worthless in that area. The SAF should attack ISIS in that area. If there is a no fly zone active already so be it. The Kurds there seem to be in serious trouble. If you say let them go over the cliff ok, but the YGP is clearly not liked by Turkey and even the “coalition”. Otherwise they would be be hell out of ISIS. Another option is that they need the “humanitarian” desaster to escalate further. In any way they use… Read more »
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Watcher: Kobane is under siege by rats and is getting no support of any kind, so far as I’ve heard; but then, none of the Kurds have, so what’s new. Oh, I forgot – – the Kurds fighting for the Tal Abyad crossing got a couple of SAAF sorties after the Kurds had been screaming for air support for days, and finally begged the Americans for help while fighting a rearguard action to let their families escape. I don’t know that the Americans gave them any support either, but by the time SAAF showed up and peed a couple of… Read more »
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A nomination for one of your excellent SyrPer awards, to Martin Indyk, former US Special envoy for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations, Director Of Foreign Policy, Brookings Institution, and US Ambassador to Israel. He is a triple citizen of Australia, the United States of America and Israel. This poisonous creature, reminiscent in his gnomishness of the Stern Gang assassin Yitzhak Shamir, is the author, for the Brookings Institution of the infamous 2007 report, ‘Which Paths To Persia?’ the ‘Mein Kampf’ for the subjugation, destruction and partition of Syria and the annihilation of Iran. Indyk is a card-carrying Zionist neocon; his other calling cards… Read more »
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Astute observations. Martin Indyk and his cohorts are war criminals. They march exclusively to the Zionist drumbeat. That drumbeat is always for more war. Aussies, like most Americans, tend to be naïve and brainwashed.

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IT looks clear to me that the Americans are simply fooling the average people into thinking the aim is to fight ISIS . All they need to do is do bombing on empty buildings and later with holywood filmakers ,show how their “Moderates Rebels” take control of the place.. in reality what they will do is change ISIS flag for another flag.. to make it look ISIS left.. but the ISIS terrorist not a single one was touched.. And then once with the help of their bullshit media they claim “moderates” ” took control away ” of ISIS of a… Read more »
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SO in short the Syrian Airforce and its intelligence on ground will need to monitor for any illegal deployment of NATO Air defenses inside its territory or artillery and tanks and destroy it as soon as it shows.. on any place , no matter if they claim are “fighting ISIS”.

Arklight
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Anon, when you stop and figure that the American electorate handed the presidency to a British subject born in Kenya, then turned around and did it again, you have to take a pretty dim view of the flouride in drinking water. Or something.

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Air strike kills senior IS militant in Syria: monitor

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/air-strike-kills-senior/1384438.html

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Anon: I’d need more than SOHR drivel and US word that anyone was actually killed, that either of the alleged dead guys was any kind of rat (let alone a ‘leader’), or that the building the two had left was anything but a sheep shelter or some such. Probably a couple of young guys who’d finished some chores and were headed for the house. Americans specialize in killing folks like that and then claiming that the dead guys were bad guys. My guess is that if anyone was killed, they were no threat to anyone at all. Just another gunnery… Read more »
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Yeah is sickening how people take as fact the LONDON propaganda one man organization ,that is told what to say by British services. Obama bomb empty buildings in Syria and its propaganda media later claim ISIS casualties.

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