SYRIAN ARMY STORMS AL-WA’AR IN HOMS; DAYR EL-ZOR FIGHTING HAS SAA ON THE OFFENSIVE

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Al-Wa’er:  The Syrian Army has concluded that the Nusra/Alqaeda organization, holed up in the last remaining suburb of Homs,  has now reached critical mass as far as starvation and hydration are concerned.  With negotiations at a standstill, the foreign rodents, unwilling to give up their positions, and the Syrian elements having mostly abandoned them for Amnesty or for other positions, the SAA began a full front operation to eradicate all remnant rodents in Al-Wa’er.  When the SAA completes this action and ejects the foreign Turk-supported and Saudi-financed vermin, the entire Homs City area will have been rendered deloused.

 

Al-Wa’er:  An attempt by the foreign rodents here to escape certain death by breaking out into the Engineers’ Roundabout (Al-Muhandiseen) area of the city was foiled with the SAA killing 37 terrorists.  The area is still being assessed and no names are available although it’s a foregone conclusion they are all foreigners.

 

Al-Sa’an:  An attack on a military checkpoint 5 days ago resulted in 6 dead rats:

Hishaam Shuraydeeni

‘Abdul-‘Azheem ‘Aqeel

The other 4 were foreigners with invalid papers.

 

Al-Khuraab Bridge: Nusra terrorists fled this area for Al-Wa’er after the SAA and NDF enveloped it.  According to Wael, the SAA killed 8 of them.  No names available.

مقتل نحو 30 إرهابياً حاولوا التسلل من جهة حي الوعر باتجاه دوار المهندسين في حمص

 

Fighting around these areas: Umm Sharshooh, Tal-Al-Sanaasil, Tallat Al-Baduw, Al-Hilaaliyya Farms, Dayr Fool, Ibn Wardaan Castle, Taldu.

 

Al-Rastan area:  Industrial Academy, Al-Sharkas Palace, Al-Za’faraana, Al-Ashtar Mosque.  The SAA killed 20+ rats in these places.

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DAYR EL-ZOR:

Contrary to what the western press is spewing, the action in D.Z. is largely the product of SAA proactivity.  The SAA has begun an almost ritual probe-and-strike operation in the areas of Al-Huwayqa, Al-Rushdiyya, Al-‘Urfi and in the rural areas surrounding Al-Muree’iyya.

Al-Huwayqa:  The ISIS has lost ground to the SAA here as supply lines from Iraq are coming under SAAF and SAA artillery fire.  2 days ago, the SAA killed 10 ISIS rodents, one of whom was:

“Abu Haajar Al-Masri” (EGYPTIAN ASP PUSTULE. Id pending)

 

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 Al-‘Urfi:  A 21 meter-long tunnel was uncovered.  There were 16 rats inside it huddled together before the final departure for Hades.  When they would not surrender, the SAA gladly made them martyrs for Satan.

 

Al-‘Urdhi:  The SAA destroyed 2 pickup trucks, each with a 23mmm cannon and killed these 2:

Abu ‘Ubayda Al-Tunisi (TUNISAN GNAT)

Safwaan Al-Haaj Ibraaheem

 

Al-Muree’iyya Farms:  The SAA killed this ISIS vermin:

Khattaab ‘Umar Al-Sallaal

 

Fighting also here: Al-Mayaadeen, Dhubyaan, Mu-Hassan.

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HAMA:  The stunning defeat of Nusra in Hama with their remnant forces retreating like a husk of hares to Al-Lataamina and the area around Khaan Shaykhoon motivated the otherwise moribund FSA to condemn them for “treason and laxity”. It appears that we are seeing a repetition of the vilifying language used against the great loser, Zahraan ‘Alloosh of the Jaysh Al-Islam, after he gave Al-Maleeha up to the SAA.  It’s nice to see vermin involved in such self-criticism.

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

Radioyaran sends his own article about the mystery of the “moderate opposition”.  Great article for historians of this conflict:

http://radioyaran.com/2014/09/11/the-vetted-moderate-rebels-of-the-free-syrian-army-who-and-where-are-they/

LAUGH YOUR HEADS OFF WITH THIS OBAMA “EXPERT” TELLING PEOPLE SAUDI ARABIA HAS AN EXTENSIVE BORDER WITH SYRIA.  DO YOU NOW BELIEVE THE U.S. IS COMPLETELY ADRIFT IN IGNORANCE:

http://www.buzzfeed.com/miriamberger/this-obama-administration-official-thinks-saudi-arabia-borde#3c25y1x

Counterpunch thinks like SyrPer: the fake war on ISIS is designed to fight Syria.  But, don’t forget the Bear and the Peacock.  This idiot, Obama, is dragging the U.S. again into a quagmire.  Beware:

http://www.counterpunch.org/2014/09/12/obama-declares-war-on-syria/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=obama-declares-war-on-syria

This article based on the “Independent” practically tells you American governments are criminal:

http://www.albawaba.com/news/uk-split-on-syria-involvement-603403

You have to read this article in conjunction with Ziad’s editorial yesterday about Obama’s speech:

http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/09/obamas-speech-on-isis-in-plain-english/380021/

Remember what Ziad told you about ISIS?  John Esq. sends this now:

http://www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=381153

The Zionist Ghetto Apartheid State as the world’s most dangerous terrorist organization:

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/09/12/hamas-vs-isis/

 

*Note to readers:  Ziad will not be blogging Sunday, and probably Monday, because he will be out of town.  On Monday, he will be interpreting for a Saudi student at a central Michigan college at a sentencing.   Stay tuned because next week we will have our second nominee for the Tony Blair Liar of the Year Award.  

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Hi The Thylacine, hard to know what was shot down in Raqqa today, heard about a jet, heard about a large drone etc… here is a video that came out today and yet it is hard to say what was downed, but strangely it has some english written all over it, could be Syrian but could be something else. We will soon hear more about it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWcon4di26s On the same subject, in 3.5 yrs, very little Syrian jets were brought down, knowing rats have quit enice weapons to bring planes down, so should one SAAF jet was downed, it could… Read more »

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Hey Canthama, it seems to be an american drone, Syrian stuff has either Arabic or Russian language written on them.

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In veiled reference to Assad, China calls on international community to tackle ‘root causes of terrorism’ which in this twisted world means the person opposing the terrorists rather than those arming and funding them. http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/video/2014-09/16/c_133647917.htm ‘He called on the international community to back a self-directed, orderly political transition in the region’s countries’ The ‘orderly transition’ and the ‘political solution’ are the same thing, regime change lite. With friends like these who needs enemies. In fact it is proof of the subservience of Russia and China to the US led global system, these supposedly large and powerful nations do not dare… Read more »

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Notice how in the shadow of the upcoming US intervention in Syria that the real goal of all sides including Putin is to force the Syrian President and army to accept a ‘political solution’ in order to combat ISIL. The corrupt powers are trying to impose this ‘political solution’ on Syria with the threat of force in an exact repeat of their efforts following the ‘chemical attack’ whose aim was to get Syria to agree on an international solution in the so called Geneva process. This is how they operate, through extortion and threats, Syria by no means should play… Read more »

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To Canthama, thank you for your great reply on my statement about the Taqba disaster and my worries about Syria. You really seem to have a good knowledge about what is going on in Syria and I sure hope that your information is correct. It seems the SAA has recovered from the shock at Taqba and is back killing those filthy Jihadi Rats in great numbers!! My best wishes to all who support the brave SAA, the heroic Syrian people and their rightful president, dr. Bashar al Assad. A great man who stands tall in these extremely testing times. A… Read more »

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‘US to regret military action in #Syria’ The chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) says the US and its allies will regret any military operation in Syria. “The Islamic Republic of Iran’s policy is to support Syria and this US action is from a bullying position and is condemned and if it does so it will regret it,” Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said on Tuesday. The general was reacting to the US government’s decision to form an international coalition to fight the Takfiri ISIL terrorists fighting in Syria and Iraq. “The US is disappointed with any influential… Read more »

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bad news: Ziad has been captured by ISIS, that’s why he’s missing.

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Hey,

Ziad has been captured by ISIA (Islamic State of Iraq and America) in Washington as Ziad lives in the US 😉

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ahahahahahahah go and fuck yourself fist !!! Ziad is alive and well well well !!!

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If you even bothered to read his previous post he said he will be busy and gone for a couple of days idiot.

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If Russia, China and Iran stand by while Syria get’s bombed that would be the most pathetic display in history of geopolitical relations. On one side they will let America and friends cross into Syria and on the otherside they won’t help Syria with their own troops! They should have intervened in Syria a long time ago but they are only intereste in their own agenda. Shame on them! This will mean one thing for Russia, China, and Iran and that is if they let this happen they show their weakness and they will be next soon. And China will… Read more »

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Iran has their own agenda and strategy. Well, significiant forces of Iran already in Syria but limit to logistic, advisor. Why main troops don’t jump in directly? Because if they did, they fell right
into Zionist trap.

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Iran has special forces in Iraq which were propping up the Maliki sectarian regime and are now doing the same for the MI6 gang called the ‘new Iraqi government’. The so called Iraqi army which was built by the Iranian-American understanding of 2003-2014 collapsed in a few short months and what remains are the militias in and around Baghdad and Southern Iraq which are now desperately receiving Iranian support. There is no chance that these militias can ever reassert control over North-Central Iraq and this suits the Americans just fine as it plays into the hands of its division project… Read more »

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I took the liberty to copy and paste Ameer’s post from an older Syrper’s news because I believe he nailed this whole “propaganda hyper” of what will happen in Syria with US bombings very nicely. Sorry Ameer for doing it without asking you, but it is a very balanced view and folks should hear you. “The west’s short-term Plans to combat IS while helping support for the western backed militants Slogans of “All options are on the table” and “we do not see borders when it comes to border-defying ISIL threatening America” are not confirmations that any American pilot will… Read more »

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Perhaps the strategic calculus holds up. I’m less sure about the political game. It is not the Coalition of the Guilty’s function to destroy ISIS, the force they themselves armed, trained and paid. ISIS needs to remain, in collusion with elements of Iraq’s Naqshbandi movement, to form a disownable group who will divide Syria from Mahdi Army Shiites and Iran. Planes flying between are liable to be shot down by ‘ISIS madmen’ a la Ukraine. This is to isolate Syria. So, wait for another failed campaign. Watch expectations being lowered, babble about a ‘long, difficult struggle’ etc etc. Look for… Read more »

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I hhave read disturbing news about ISIS’s capacities for the first time to shoot-down a Syrian Sukhoi. Anyone can confirm?
And wHat happened to Ziad? Why there’re no more updates?

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http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Sep-16/270835-syria-aircraft-crashes-in-city-held-by-isis.ashx#axzz3DPno8WvC

But the jet takes out 8 people in the IS-Capital when it crashed, i hope they all were snackbarians.

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‘SAA and Hezbollah special ops team blow up bridge in Deir-Ezzor’ Hezbollah my butt. I’m not saying that you are a Shia sectarian ‘Jimmy’, but there are many sectarians of this nature who attribute SAA victories in many parts of Syria to Hezbollah although there is no such thing as Hezbollah in at least 80% of the country. Even Assad has dismissed this nonsense of Hezbollah fighting on many fronts in Syria as completely illogical, unrealistic and just plain incorrect. Hezbollah has assisted the Syrian army almost exclusively on the Syrian-Lebanese border areas, anyone speaking of Hezbollah in Hama, Idlib,… Read more »

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Saudi King’s warning to West on behalf of his Zionist/American masters behind the rush to war against Syria: http://news.yahoo.com/saudi-king-warns-west-jihadists-next-target-093701543.html “If we ignore them, I am sure they will reach Europe in a month and America in another month,” ‘Lack of action would be “unacceptable” in the face of the phenomenon’ “You see how they (jihadists) carry out beheadings and make children show the severed heads in the street,” “It is no secret to you, what they have done and what they have yet to do. I ask you to transmit this message to your leaders: ‘Fight terrorism with force, reason… Read more »

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Jason, I think you are right on the money, the only mention of Hizbollah in this Der Ez Zor special ops job came from the well known rat news SOHR, all other web sources either referred to them or simply does not mention Hizbollah at all. I, too, believe this was a Republican Guard’s special ops, those heros were sent to help Der Ez Zor air base defense and are giving hell to ISIL all over the city and vicinities.

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If America destroy the syrian Airbases Rusiia should step intop the war and bomb the western backed puppets back to stone age. The world is stepping more and more into World war 3.

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Even if Syria decided not to attack US planes which enter Syrian airspace (which would be treason) the US could stage an incident whereby a plane is brought down by mercenaries and blame it on the Syrian gov’t thereby creating another pretext with which they may attack Syria. Thanks to Putin’s support of the UN resolution under chapter 7 against ‘ISIL’, America has a whole range of options and pretexts to initiate war in Syria.

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I disagree. I believe there are restrictions in the UN resolution. And note that Lavrov has warned of ‘extreme escalation’ if Syria is infringed.
I say, get in first. If there’s a US jet on its way towards Syria, SAAF air defences should be aware of it before the rats, and better to have the Yanks know their plane was truly destroyed by an S-300.
That worked a year ago when the Moskva downed two Tomahawks.
What has Syria got to lose? Remember, Yanks got no guts.

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The Thylacine, I agree with you. In my view nothing has changed from 1 year ago related to US threats to Syria. There are many fallacies nowadays, clearly planted by MSM and Intel agencies, all planted news to justify intervention and to slow down the inevitable which is the rats are losing thus the “coalition of the killing” is losing in Syria.The general public tends to over estimate the news, as for instance the size of ISIL, its military capabilities, US infinite military capability, US infinite money printing etc… I do not see any Arab countries with balls to send… Read more »

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I falied to mention above that the real big deal on going in the geopolitics/diplomatic backstage are : 1) Syria Government recognition. A on going meeting among Arab countries is happening in Iran and Syria for the first time in many years are participating on it, remember teh Arab League expelled Syria few years ago. One should ask, would this be a come back for Syria in AL ? 2) Iran-Russia diplomatic effort to recognize Syria as key player to destroy ISIL, a success in adding Syria and Iran into this effort is in the direction of normalization of Syria… Read more »

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Appreciate your reply. It’s 11.00 pm here and on SBS Australia News the reader covered our involvement in the ‘Coalition of the Guilty’. Then she said, ‘A Syrian fighter jet attacking ISIL positions has been shot down by ??’ I missed it, too stunned to believe what I was hearing. It was like a bloody nightmare. Can anyone confirm this? Or better still refute it? This is precisely what you’d expect from the Washington demons — they will start to down Syrian planes attacking their cannibals, and the ‘degrade and destroy’ will be to the Syrian armed forces, allowing their… Read more »

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‘The only way the US will bomb places in Syria will be if and when they coordinate with Syria Government’ Canthama, you know this is not true. They will bomb the so called ISIL first so that the Americans can pose as a saviour of the Syrian people from the ‘barbarism’ of this group, but then they will say ‘hey why don’t we stop the ‘barbarism’ of Assad as well who is dropping ‘barrel bombs’ on Aleppo and other cities and finish the ‘civil war’ and ‘restore security and stability’ to Syria. America will claim for itself the right to… Read more »

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Jason says: ‘Tartous is merely a technical supply facility…’ Your Russophobia is ingrained. You say that Russia withdraws when Syria is threatened. This is not so. The closest the world has ever come to nuclear annihilation was when Russia (the Soviets) moved 4 Russian divisions of infantry into Syria in 1974, to stymie the Khazars. Look it up. A year ago Russia’s navy stood off the Syrian coast, staring down two US fleets, Israelis and other riff-raff. The Chinese and Iranians had naval ships too. And then NATO fired two Tomahawks at Damascus on the 2nd or 3rd of September.… Read more »

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Russia’s words are empty, they have warned many times, remember Iraq ? Khaddafi ? Ukrain? Russia is being bullied around and they talk tough just not to look weak. Remember the s-300 and s-400 deals they hsve canceled with Iran? and so many other things that shows that Russia is just a barking dog that doesn’t bite and the west knows this, therefore they feel confident enough to bomb Syria.

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Freeman, I kindly disagree. The situations were different in Lybia and Iraq. Russia had at most weapon deals with those governments, commercial relationship. Russia has more than commercial relationship with Syria, they have a vital, one out of two, warm water navy base and the only one in the Med, that matters a lot now with the new “cold war”. As in Crimea, when the threat gets real, Russia steps in as they can and there is nothing anyone can do about it. I believe the same is true for Russia-Syria relationship as Crimea was for Russia. Would Russia fight… Read more »

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Tartous is merely a technical supply facility, it is not a full fledged Navy base at all. I have heard quite a number of Russian political and military figures state this, besides whenever Syria has been threatened by international military action Russian forces evacuated rather than stood by Syria clearly proving that they are not game enough to stand up to the Americans and Israelis. http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Europe/2013/0627/Why-Russia-evacuated-its-naval-base-in-Syria In any case the Tartous base is of little strategic military value even if it were a full fledged navy base. This is due to the fact that Russia is cut off from the… Read more »

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Syrian Girl is on a long segment with Alex Jones, on the 12th. http://webstertarpley.blogspot.com.au/search?updated-max=2014-09-13T12:35:00-07:00&max-results=9 She enlarges on Sotloff’s interaction with Matthew Van Dyke and CW possession by the rats. Never mind Jones’ dubious aspects, I believe Syrian Girl’s reportage is most valuable in getting Syria’s position known in the US. But Ziad, I wonder about the connection she makes between the Taqba attack and ISIS’ aim to degrade Syria’s AA capability. I doubt Taqba would have been an AA asset. But, is there evidence these scum are aiming at rendering Syria vulnerable to an air assault by Uncle Shitheel? If… Read more »

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Homs – Al Rastan is back in mother Syria’s hands

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Really haven’t seen it mentioned elsewhere ,god news if true ,lets wait for Zaids updates.

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Pentagon gives three objectives for Syria By Kristina Wong The Pentagon on Monday provided three objectives for its plan to train and equip moderate Syrian forces to take on the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (SIS). One objective is to “to hold and defend liberated territories from ISIL,” Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Steve Warren said, using an alternative name for the group. The second objective is “an offensive function to increase pressure on ISIL as well as the regime” of Syrian President Bashar Assad. “We’ve from the very beginning that the Assad regime has perpetrated horrendous acts against its… Read more »

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Let’s hope the pols are keen to get out of the District of Criminals in a big hurry, and O’Bomber can’t ram through his evil plans. He won’t dare try bringing on World War Three again without a Congressional stamp.
My hunch is plenty of the criminal classes of Washington will try to evade committing to a vote that’ll make it impossible to relax on their vacation, as they debate whether to start digging that fallout shelter.

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No it will be a military buffer zone within Syria. There are already ‘humanitarian’ buffer zones inside the Syrian side of the Syrian-Turkish border which are supplied and governed from Turkey, but what is being discussed now is Turkish military involvement inside Syria. Erdogan is taking a big risk personally and politically if he dares to do such a thing, there will be a reaction inside Turkey.

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Erdogan waits (like Israel) till the snackbarians have enough land at their border, and then (after some attacks) they will invade to get more syrian Land to “secure their own towns” from snackbarian attacks.
While the snackbarians kill each other over the question who have the total power in Syria. Syria itself will be a failed state like Somalia or Libya (the former richest african country).
That´s why Obama will attack the SAA in the next hours/days….the goal is a failed state where you can steal Land easily. Winners are Israel and Turkye who occupy syrian Territory after the attacks.

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There is no longer any doubt that a full scale and wide ranging aggression against Syria is in the final phase of preparation. The attack will not only involve the air force of a great number of regional and international players but will (contrary to the deception in the media) also involve ‘boots on the ground’, and specifically the Turkish, Jordanian, Israeli and Gulf state armies backed by Western special forces. Kerry is very pleased with the way this military effort is coming together and remarked that ‘all bases are covered’ while noting that some states are so enthusiastic for… Read more »

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Pretty much looks the forces of Evil are preparing to invade Syria from as many sides as possible under the pretext of “fighting ISIL” . RT updates is revealing Turkey is evaluating creating a Buffer zone ” To Protect Against ISIS” .. My best guess what this means is the Turkey army invading Syria ,close to RAQQA and deploy air defenses there to virtually move the borders and provide a shield for the ISIL and probably will move also Artillery and armored vehicles inside Syrian to target its army positions. it will not be surprising if Israel and Jordan do… Read more »

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I really think Assad needs to make a deal with North Korea.. they have a very capable army and they are very desperate for a war..and they need Food..something Syria have. North Korea should announce plans to help Syria fight ISIL… and send 50,000 strong forces to the place.. armed to the teeth.. the interesting thing about having north koreans in Syria is that they have nuclear weapons..and it will make a little nervous NATO and ISRAEL who wants to attack Syria . Thinking what could happen if they target North Koreans positions in Syria.. whether they could retaliate with… Read more »

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Anon, the turks want to create the buffer within Turkey and not Syria, BUT, the intention is to slowly creep into Syria, much what like the israelis do, BUT this is good news as far as i am concerned, why? for when the turks DO invade the SAA and SAF can pound the fk outta them, then watch the turkish people scream at erDOGan.

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excuse me SYRPER readers but I found it funny

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Another sign of lack of coordination and over stretching for ISIL in Iraq and Syria. http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/armys-stolen-tanks-found-militia-nineveh/ Nineveh (IraqiNews.com) The Free Officers Movement which was formed in the province of Nineveh to fight against ISIS stated on Monday that they have found 16 tanks and armored vehicles in a undisclosed location. Arkan Sultan, a member in the movement, informed the press today that the movement has found 16 tanks and armored vehicles in a undisclosed location in a farm in western Mosul, noting the tanks were stolen from the Iraqi Army, last June. Sultan added “ISIS fighters fled from the center… Read more »

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ISIS is about to lose Mossul? To whom? Infighting with Naqshbandi group? Rumours are already for 2 months.

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Hi Ziad and all! 🙂 Here is hoping Ziad will be back with some of the latest news and hoping for some clarity on this… Which seems to be good news. Ziad, can you shed some light on this? http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2014/09/syria-army-destroys-isis-controlled.html “BEIRUT: Syrian special forces yesterday destroyed a bridge over the Euphrates River used by Islamic State to move supplies in eastern Syria, media run by Hezbollah said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which tracks the war, said an explosion had destroyed the bridge in Deir Al Zor city that is of vital importance to Islamic State as the only… Read more »

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Everything okay with Ziad? I am looking forward to his return.

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Is there a real threat for the SAA of – instead of encircle the enemy in Aleppo (city) – being encircled in Aleppo (government)?

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New map for Hama, fight is on going right now in the key towns of Al Lataminah and Morek, the SAA appears to be non stop at Hama province, forces are advancing very rapidly and cauldron may not form due to advances in all sides.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem

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Should any of you have info to confirm the news below please drop a post on Syrper, would like to know what new weapons were those and planes’ up grades he is referring to, if true of course.

Elijah J Magnier @EjmAlrai
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#Russia has provided very very recently amos for #Syrian air jet and several jets that were modified in #Russia recently /+

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I said this a while ago my friend, the Russians upgraded most of the Syrian equipment to allow them to use the new weapons ( missiles and bombs etc), i think things are going to get worse for terrorists and any invading force, i believe Syria has been armed to the teeth and then some, but that is my estimation.

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Quite a time since I have posted. I was pretty depressed after the Taqba disaster and even had some doubts whether the brave SAA would be able to win this terrible war on Syria. But I see the reversal of fortunes on the battlefield and the determination of the men of the SAA to keep going.

Respect for their great efforts thrue such difficult times. Salut to the people of Syria, the SAA, their allies and President Assad!!!

a friend from the Netherlands

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Anon, we were all shocked with Tabqa, but that retreat did not change much on the ground, yes the SAA lost its last “beach head” in Raqqa but it may have been a headache to keep that key air base supplied and with their defenses in high allert. Now the SAAF is bombing the hell out of Raqqa city, Tabqa base and town, it killed more ISIL in those bombings in the last 30 days then in the 1st 6 months of 2014. Since the loss of Tabqa AB, there were several battles with ISIL and other terrorist groups as… Read more »

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Excellent summary of the situation!. Ziad should appoint you as his second in command. This site needs to be managed closely and centered around Syria. Attacks on Australia, and the Ukraine need to be placed in other sites I believe.. The posts get to be unmanageable with people complaining about everything..

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http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2014/09/15/Obama-threatens-to-hit-Assad-air-defenses-report.html

does anyone smell the false flag attack?

I bet after the attacks start Obongo say he lost 2-3 Aircrafts and so the US-Airforce bomb the “rebels” into Damascus (like Lybia which is a failed state today).
Russia should help Syria to bomb the snackbarians back to their holes. Wtih russian troops on the ground Obongo wouldn´t dare to attack Syria.

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The only good thing here is that generally ISIS is nowhere near large SAA installations so any bombing of SAA positions will be naked aggression.

Either way what SHOULD have happened in RUSSIA should have said, we’ll handle bombing in Syria, you guys handle it in IRAQ.

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Not that Germany did not want to get involved? or also wants the “Kurdish oil”? BAGHDAD / NINA / The German Ministry of Defense announced on Saturday the intention to send 40 members of the reserve forces to provide weapons training to the Peshmerga forces. The Ministry said, in a press statement that about 6 soldiers will accompany each shipment of German arms, which will begin in access to Iraq later this month. In the same context, about 30 fighters from the Kurdistan Peshmerga begin training on more advanced weapons systems in southern Germany at the end of September. Germany… Read more »

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Germany constantly feels in competition with Turkey for influence in Europe. Along with spying, Germany went to great lengths to block Turkey’s efforts to expand its influence in the Balkans over the last 10 years and now it is trying to get a piece of the booming illegal Kurdish oil trade and arms market that Turkey is trying to spearhead. Turkey is delusional if they think Germany will ever allow them into the EU.

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Germany is not independent in international politics. It has to act carefully. It arms one Kurdish Brigade of 4000 men and of course the training is part of that. Most of the advanced weapon systems they are training in Germany are field kitchens. But also Milan rockets. Germany has no intention to buy Kurdish oil. What for? We have no multinational oil company and we get our oil cheaper – and more reliable – from Russia. Turkey buys our weapons. Germany is one of the greatest supporters of Turkey in EU. But EU will not lower the standards for membership,… Read more »

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500 meter long tunnel seized by SAA in Adra. Many successful operations against ISIS today, Monday by SAF and SAA. Plus Russia is stepping up to plate with offer of help against ISIS. Good news in absence of Ziad.

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Sen. Graham calls for boots on the ground in Syria http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/09/15/378818/no-troops-in-syria-a-fantasy-graham/ Mon Sep 15, 2014 12:16PM GMT Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says the United States should have a substantial level of military presence inside Syria to lead the ground offensive against ISIL terrorists. “This idea that we’re never going to have boots on the ground in Syria is fantasy. All this has come home to roost after the last three years of incompetent decisions,” he said on “Fox News Sunday.” Graham, a fierce critic of President Barack Obama on foreign policy, said the White House was “delusional” in its strategy… Read more »

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patience, my friend. Syria should not trigger the first strike. As someone has said, best defence strategy now is freeing as many as lands and army forces they can, and fortify crucial assets. Retaliation will come only when situation needed.

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Lindsey “powderpuff” Graham should be retired to the nearest AIDS hospice.

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171 comments and no “Mentat”. Is that a record or what?!

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Mentat is too busy retreat from the towns where the SAA are kicking them out.

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A few items to add to your excellent list my dearest Canthama:
1) SAA and Hezbollah special ops team blow up bridge in Deir-Ezzor completely cutting off the ISIS pocket on the western side of the Euphretes from their supply lines! Now the great General Zahreddine will finish them off in Deir-Ezzor.

2) Russian FM Lavrov announces today that Russia will provide Syria and Iraq with the weapons they need to defeat ISIS!!! Translation: Russia will provide Syria with gamechanging weapons.

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http://rt.com/news/187876-lavrov-isis-paris-conference/

RT’s article about newest Lavrov’s statement.

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Hi Jimmy, found this article of the not so pro Syria Daily Star on the events on the ground during the weekend, besides the fact they refer to Kurds only in Hasaka, the summary is quite good.

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2014/Sep-15/270753-kurdish-fighters-advance-against-jihadis-in-syria.ashx?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter#.VBclYxLYKQg.twitter

Now the excellent article from Al Masdar on the Der Ez Zor, bridge blown up pic and ISIL on the retreat there, even fights with Syrian tribes in the boder with Iraq. SAA on the offensive in Der Ez Zor!!!

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/isis-halts-offensive-deir-ezzor-military-airport-siasiyya-bridge-destroyed/

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The strong Russian/Chinese reaction will probably sound something like this:
“We condemn in the strongest possible terms, this blatant attack on the sovereign nation of Syria. We intend to lodge a formal protest to the UN Secretary General, who has already expressed ‘dismay’ at this unfortunate turn of events and has begged all sides in the conflict to show restraint.”
Sounds familiar, huh?
Hope I’m wrong, but …

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Two events during the weekend are poorly reported in the web, we will hear more of them during the day today or tomorrow. 1) Tabqa AB – SAAF hit gold spot at the based now occupaied by ISIL, it seems SAA has insiders within ISIL forces, direct hits in this warehouse were due to solid intel. “Based on reports from SyAF intelligence the SyAF attack bombers conducted an airstrike yesterday at al-Tabaqa in al-Raqa against ISIL locations. The airstrike took out two warehouses in al-Tabaqa, destroyed two ex-Iraqi army tanks, and number of ex-Iraqi army Humvee trucks. SyAF also took… Read more »

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I said before that when ISIS decided to try to turn into a real army and leave themselves in the open the natural result would them being bombed into the stone age. Looks great on them.

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You are spot on i think

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Talk of a coalition to fight ISIS is cover for an attack on Syria and the formation and mobilization of an alliance that will destroy and occupy Syria. A plane will be shot down over Syria and then the coalition will suddenly “realize” that in order to fight ISIS, they have to destroy Syria’s air force, air defenses, infrastructure, and bases, basically opening the road for ISIS. With the increase in weapons to “moderate rebels” who themselves are islamic extremists and even allies of ISIS or who have a non-aggression pact, these better armed groups will then use their force… Read more »

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so true!!!

The opnly hope for Syria would be a strong Russian and Chinese reaction.

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You are intentionally mixing up syrian identity with takfiri mentality. There is no room even for a sheet of paper between the syrian and the arab cause.

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First Basic Principle: Syria is for the Syrians and the Syrians are a complete nation. Second Basic Principle: The Syrian cause is an integral national cause completely distinct from any other cause. Third Basic Principle: The Syrian cause is the cause of the Syrian nation and the Syrian homeland. Fourth Basic Principle: The Syrian nation is the product of the ethnic unity of the Syrian people which developed throughout history. Fifth Basic Principle: The Syrian homeland is that geographic environment in which the Syrian nation evolved. It has distinct natural boundaries and extends from the Taurus range in the northwest… Read more »

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Hey, if Assad wanted to sell out he would just have left Syria just like Janukowitsch run away from the Ukraine. Iam sure the “Friends of Syria” eighter had a nice offer for him in 2011. If there was no such offer he and his friends could just have left Syria to the “moderate” heart eaters and saved their lives. I do agree with you on other points though. I find it funny that the “weak regime” still stands against the will of their neighbours, the Arab League, NATO and our western peacemakers. The clocks are ticking on multiple sides.… Read more »

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My friend, great post!

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Hey, glad you like it 🙂

cheers
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Egyptian security forces kill 7 Sinai [TERRORISTS] militants: official

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-09/15/c_133642309.htm

Egypt has expressed support for the U.S.-led coalition against the IS, a Sunni extremist group that is now occupying a big part of the land in Iraq and Syria.

However, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi has called on the coalition to combat all terrorist extremists in the region, not only the IS. He made these comments during a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry in Cairo on Saturday, according to the official Ahramonline website.

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On the subject of Syria, SANA reports many government successes today against terrorists with scores of terrorist losses. . One thing about SANA they do not often differentiate the successes against ISIS or Nusra. It is always good to read about their destruction of vehicles, especially ones loaded with ammunition. The SAA even works on Sundays–

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Tip: In SANA reports “Army units” usually means airstrikes. 😉

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The Maldives A Hot Bed Of Islamist Terrorist http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/china-s-xi-begins-south/1362250.html As well as being renowned for sandy beaches and turquoise waters, there is also some alarm that the Maldives has become a recruiting ground for jihadists. The one-square mile capital island has seen a pro-jihadist demonstration earlier this month pressing for sharia law. At least four nationals are said to have been killed while fighting in Syria this year. Former president Mohamed Nasheed told Britain’s Independent on Sunday paper at the weekend that up to 200 Maldivians were fighting for Islamic State (IS) in Iraq and Syria. The entire population of… Read more »

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Obama’s ‘War On Terror’ Simplified

Strategy – check. Coalition – check. Blowback – check.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-14/obamas-war-terror-simplified

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@Cataro,
So, Mr. Pious, haven’t you figured out yet how organized religions have been the root cause of most of the world’s ills for the last 2,000 years including the Syrian situation? What part of the world do you live in pr do you live on another planet?

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Certainly not on your planet renegade Sicel. I will pray for you soon find your path of reconciliation with humanity. May Jesus be with you

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Continue to live in delusion you troll. By the way, if you’ve been following this blog long enough, you would know that Ziad would concur with my analysis of the Jesuitshitz wholeheartedly.

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He made clear the intricacy of the situation, though, as he contemplated the possibility that Mr. Assad might order his forces to fire at American planes entering Syrian airspace. If he dared to do that, Mr. Obama said he would order American forces to wipe out Syria’s air defense system, which he noted would be easier than striking ISIS because its locations are better known. He went on to say that such an action by Mr. Assad would lead to his overthrow, according to one account.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/14/world/middleeast/paths-to-war-then-and-now-haunt-obama.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&version=HpSumSmallMedia&module=first-column-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=1

Obama doesn’t bother to hide his true intention now…

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“”””””He went on to say that such an action by Mr. Assad would lead to his overthrow, according to one account.””””””” Unfortunately that may be correct.The balance of this conflict would be very much in doubt without the SAF. Ziad mentioned concettaflower that Russian techs were amazed that the Syrian techs could lock on Israeli craft on take off but they did’nt fire as not to give away positions. Also the Syrian mil page states they have enough weapons to contest-but it is mentioned that nothing happens with out an order. Don’t know if this is possible with out giving… Read more »

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You know what most people do not even bother with, Syria has literally thousand and thousands of missiles, i mean thousand, hezbollah alone is said to have over 40 thousand but israel says 80+, so how much do you think Syria who has been supplying them with actually have?. And i keep saying missiles are the best, they can shoot down aircraft, ships, other missiles etc.

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This is the real laughingstock with this
zionistic hasbara evergreens like Hitler, nazi or Hoco.

Jew-Oligarch-Uki-Putschists are in bed with their
swastika killer-stormfront and over the border Putin is
lightening one candle after the other in the
Holy Trinity Church for the victims of murderous
Kosher Nostra west-gangs and is named Hitler by that same scum on earth.

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Clearly Dayr Fool is a fool’s paradise for the rats.

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US will not coordinate air strikes with Syria: Kerry AKA [HUMPTY DUMPTY]

The United States will not coordinate air attacks on Islamic State militants with Syria but will seek to ensure their forces do not come into conflict, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in an interview aired on Sunday (Sep 14).

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/us-will-not-coordinate/1362078.html

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If you squeezed all the Bull S–t out of Kerry you could put him in a shoe box. You can bet that behind the scenes no US plane will enter Syrian airspace without all the clearances with Syria. No one will ever know. about it.

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Nearly fifty senior commanders of a major coalition of Islamic ‘moderates’ opposed to ISIS in Syria have been killed by an explosion at their secret command bunker as they met to discuss strategy against the the Islamic State. The blast in the Northwest region of Idlib, Syria on Tuesday killed senior members of rebel group the Ahrar-al-Sham brigade (AaS), including leader Hassan Abboud and 45 others including senior members from other rebel alliance groups, reports The Times. The Idlib region stands in AaS territory, but it is close to the front-line with ISIS in neighbouring Aleppo. Sources dispute the source… Read more »