SYRIAN JETS ROCK ISIS IN AL-RAQQA AND AL-BUKAMAAL

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AL-RAQQA: You must have heard the news.  I have awakened to a plethora of reports, some here on my desk from our sources, confirming a sudden up-tick in sorties conducted by the SAAF.  Yesterday, the SAAF flew 19 sorties over Al-Raqqa killing an estimated 125 Wahhabist rats belonging to ISIS.  Over Al-Bukamaal on the Iraqi border, the SAA ran 4 sorties out of the Dayr El-Zor Airbase.

The SAAF delivered devastating blows to a training camp run by ISIS in Al-Raqqa and pulverized a building used for conducting the affairs of the “Canonical Court”.  A confirmed 56 rats were killed in that attack alone.

All we can disclose is that SAAF’s upgraded Sukhoi 24s and 25s are packing some new missile technology enabling these powerhouses to fire more accurately and with greater lethality than before.  ISIS has obtained some Manpads from both the Iraqi army and the Turkish military, but, their missiles are limited in range and cannot acquire fast-moving jets at high altitudes.  ISIS is lacking detection equipment of any value such that SAAF jets can appear out of nowhere, invisible to the naked eye on the ground, and pummel the enemy only to be off before he can reach for an anti-aircraft launcher.

Several sorties were reported also over Al-Mayaadeen City.  This is the same town where FSA fantast and military buffoon, Riyaadh Al-As’ad, lost his first leg.  His injury led to SyrPer’s award of “The Long John Silver Peg-Legged Man of the Year” to him.  Al-Mayaadeen used to be controlled by his own people until Nusra and, then, ISIS evicted them.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Radioyaran, now in his Dr. Jekyll mood, sends this excellent analysis of the lies spewed out by the western media about the early days of the Syrian insurgency.  Although I have posted some of the articles referred to in this piece, it remains a must-read for people interested in the origins of the mess:

http://radioyaran.com/2014/09/05/syria-looking-back-at-2011-and-the-eruption-of-violence/

John Esq. sends another Lew Rockwell article that shows how a desperate NATO is paving the way for the end of the world:

http://www.lewrockwell.com/2014/09/paul-craig-roberts/the-west-paves-the-road-to-world-war/


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Anonymous
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Like i said before, all i can see is ISIS mainly around the river routes, the SAAF should send drones and strike with the SU’s real freaking hard, that is where i think their bases are as water is abundant there.

Joe Kuku
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some heavily armed fast patrol boats needed in the Tigris going up and own 24/7 ! Only a few dozen with bunch of Russian mercenaries will make life very difficult for the isis maggots!

CHEVI789
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Sorry folks that was me regarding the rivers, posted on another computer which did not sign me in , and Ziad, i saw this on M’s maps, i noticed this pattern, they need water to survive hence why they are camping near the rivers in desolate areas.

Klagmire
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Hezbollah protecting Christian shrines in Syria
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=db7_1410145238

They are heroes like the Syrian Army for protecting all Syrians from the liver eating rats.

Melik Ric
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It’s good to hear that the SAAF has been supplied with advanced tageting technology for liquidating Wahabbist rats and long may the successful sorties continue. I saw a report from the UK Daily Mail about the raids on Raqqa which as usual, quoted the MI6 asset Syrian Lavatory for Human Rights and risibly claimed that a “bakery” had been hit by the Syrian Sukhois! I suppose you have got to see the funny side of their crude propaganda. However, it does show the Orwellian nature of the Western presstitue media to both denounce ISIS savages on one hand for their… Read more »
Joe Kuku
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baked bread and roasted terrorists ! yummyyy!

Gugl Suks
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You know anything about this Ziad? http://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-preparing-for-very-violent-war-against-hezbollah-tv-report-says/
After killing 2500 innocent people in Gaza they(zionist scum) are planing to attack Hezbollah. I hope hundreds of rockets will rain down on Tel Aviv if they attack.

Canthama
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Yep, this is out in many blog and webnews, I can only think this is a planted news from someone in the current Israeli warmonger regime to gather public support for any future event. I can not, though, believe IDF would dare to provoke a war with Hizbollah, that would be catastrophic for Israel, in all senses, economically, politically and with huge population losses, I mean on the thousands etc… I understand the current warmonger regime in TelAviv is testing the limits for a major war, but their close to insane warmongering would have to have public support and I… Read more »
Arklight
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Canthama: The Israelis have been hanging round Uncle Shitheel too long; it’s only a matter of time before their alligator mouths overload their hummingbird backsides.

ziad
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good maybe an additional 30% will want to leave hell aviv ,,israhell is in panic mode now militarly ,economically,politically and socially they could not bare the brunt of a hezb war now

CHEVI789
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Really? this is a given, i knew this ages ago, Hezbollah is the main target for they have given isreal grief, so all in all the attack on Syria had more merrits, for you see Syria was the thorn in israels side, after 2006 when HA screwed israels invasion plans to annex the Litani river in Lebanon israel had a plan, at first i thought it was going to get america to attack Iran. But i had thought why, seeing as Syria was the middle man, now Syria armed HA to the teeth which most missiles came from Syria but… Read more »
Canthama
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I am thrilled with the SAA strategy so far, though we all had to swallowed hard on the decisions to evac Tabqa, Div 17, Brigade 93rd and 121st, the SAA has made huge progress in liberating further east Ghouta, defend the re invasion of the border with Lebanon, block ISIL advances in Hasaka, de facto encirclement of Aleppo, defend the advances in Hama and Homs, blocking all attempts in the south and finally going in hard in Der Ez Zor. SAAF has being extremely busy, hard to believe that in such intense use of air forces in over 3 yrs… Read more »
Arklight
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Canthama: Russian aircraft are not as delicate as American, to start with, plus they don’t have critical components which are guaranteed to crap out after a certain number of hours. Russian aircraft are not designed to be cash cows for the defense industry.

Jimmy
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESZN_YDE-TU

Here is a good video on Press TV of an American ex-Marine speaking about the evil the west, USA, UK and NeoCons are spreading in the Middle East. The guy is 100% on the mark.

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Jimmy: URUH1

ziad
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heard they been striking them near tabqa base as well,,evacuations and re strategizing is juts part of the tactics

gareth
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isis iced by SAAF….I like it !!!

Paul S.
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Does Syria possess any sort of naval equipment on the Euphrates?

Anonymous
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naval vessels would be sitting ducks to ATGMs.

Arklight
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Paul: Iraq had, at one time, a very good Riverine Force (‘Brownwater Navy’); Whether they still do I don’t know, but it was pretty effective at one time. I don’t know that Syria ever had that asset, but it’s something they might look into.

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ziad, cameron has said the the syrian government is illegitimate. and thus no permission is needed to bomb isis in syria? what should the syrian government do tactically? allow nato to bomb and ignore it, defend their sovereignty or take isis territory in syria asap, thus negate the need for western bombing?

dudleydoright911
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Their words are bluster to their masses. The fact that they watched isis drive across the desert like a line of ducks and did nothing tells us all we need to know. The russians are there as the backstop still. I said months ago that the west is worried about preserving kurdistan and looking like they at least helped out in a hollow defeat of isis. So far this rings true. P.s. weigh the supposed risk of isis fighters returning home to all the videos of them burning their passports when they get to the IS which is their new… Read more »
Arklight
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david: The pommies spend a lot of time talking out their *sses.

dudleydoright911
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Great comment on the seemingly inconsistent “cybil” nature of our friend radioyaran.

Either way great news and great update. Of note are reports of a predator drone being spotted over raqqa.

http://www.businessinsider.com/aaron-stein-predator-drone-circling-above-isis-capital-city-2014-9

Jon
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I wouldn’t want to be near an ISIS installation in Raqqa when the Americans come.

david
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the americans will drop supplies or attack the syrian army. or both

Jon
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*rolls eyes*

Arklight
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david: You have the American game plan down to a ‘T’.

dudleydoright911
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Yeah considering they have done more to help isis than almost any country ill wait and see. The billy bad ass brigade under the nato banner are the best allies of the terrorists.

Arklight
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Jon: I wouldn’t want to be one of the Americans trying to get there.

ziad
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lmao exactly what i told him too

Jimmy
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America created ISIS. Google John McCain ISIS under images. You seen NeoCon MCCain of the good old US-A-IPAC. McCain and Obama plus the Democrats and NeoCons are puppets of Sors and US-A-IPAC.

ziad
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I would not want to be an american trying to violate SYRIAN AIR SPACE

ziad
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funny all this time i been leaving comments i get no acknowledgement from the site owner who has the same name or from anyone else

Hmm
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Hmm

SAA lost half of Quneitra province in just few days from jihadist scum who want to come to western ghouta from there. Hama scenario once again.

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They just spam jihadists and mercenaries. They have a tons of them, actually they can recruit them really easy.
But losing a province, a base, an outpost , a bridge means nothing if it doesn’t answer the question: does it means something strategically?
I’m not into military, but from what I have read the Quneitra province and the town itself is pretty much strategically irrilevant.

Arklight
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Anon: Your opinion is not shared by most of us, least of all by the SAA military professionals who have been doing an amazing job of balancing force requirements with critical objectives.

Anonymous
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Stop speaking for all, you’re just a retard who trolls here impunity.
I haven’t done a single reference to SAA heroism, you will not make good on my skin.
Stop trolling and fu..c.k off.
We’re here just to discuss we don’t need a self-declared “autority” or Ziad “unofficial spokesman” who tells us what to say or not, understand idiot?

Arklight
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Anon. Go fuck yourself, feather merchant.

Arklight
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Hmm: Hmmm. You got an authoritative link, or are you just talking through your hat. Again.

Anonymous
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No, fu.c.k you, your mother, father and your sister. You’re just fucking with everybody, fu.ck you ape.

CHEVI789
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To the Anon troll, kis imak ya manyuke, rooh miss zibak wa zib bayak, sorry folks, it is to rude to translate, but it ain’t nice at all.

Anonymous
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The only troll here are you (UGA-UGA) and that retared ape who believe to be a “moderator” and keeps annoying everybody with his retarded remarks.

Arklight
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Anon: Right back attcha, mac. In spades.

Anonymous
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Die.

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Please don’t bother with this guy(anon) he is just trying to own your days. ignore and down-voting of this troll is the best idea.

The Watcher
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Hey, they know that the next and maybe biggest disaster in this war yet is in the making. The movement deep into the East Ghouta will mark the end of the “moderate” revolution. Without the option of a win by conquering Damascus all those years, lifes, big money and weapons will have been wasted. If there are any moderate forces left they will collapse, join the NDF or join Al-Quaeda (Isis, Nusra) or another radical groups. We will hear more screaming for intervention, there will be bombing raids and direct support from Israel, spamming of new idiots at existing fronts,… Read more »
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Watcher: I’ve no doubt you’re right about the Lebanese front. The Lebanese Army isn’t worth two pounds owl sh*t, in my opinion. Every time they get into a shooting scrape with rats they lose a couple of troopers, have a couple dozen captured, and race back to their barracks leaving the real soldering to Hizbollah. With the best will in the world, Hizbollah cannot spread itself thin enough to even effectively monitor by border, let alone seal it. A tip of the hat to Hizbollah, by the way.

Canthama
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Not sure I agree with that statement, the fight is on, there are only small towns around shifting sides daily and the SAA has not lost Quneytra city which is base for several SAA groups. Keep in mind that the SAA is limited by the ceasefire agreement with Israel/UN to deploy tanks and armoured vehicles within 10 kms from the border, while rats walk free to and from occupied Golan.

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Lets face it, the southern front is not going well. The rebels are only 20 – 30 km from Damascus now. The northern front is not going much better. Pull the boys from Deir-Ezzor back to the Western front and consolidate and cleanse the from the inside out. Too many fronts are stretching them thin. Airstrikes can not win this war. Syria needs to abandon the East of the country for the sake of securing “usefull” Syria (the population centers in the West of the country). This will also break the hearts and minds of the opposition knowing that no… Read more »
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Peter: Population centers are mostly dead weight. If the ‘waste’ country is all given to ISIS, where is the food going to come from to feed the population centers? Besides, as long as the green and black dots keep getting replaced by red ones, rats are dying and the more the better.

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Hi Peter, let them come. The longer the supply lines the more troubles. The Hama front is slowing down and there is a thread that the beheaders get incircled if the SAA can close the gap to Morek. If its true that the Tiger is there this might not end well for the “moderate” rebels. Qualamoun seems quite stable which is a major problem for the trapped fighters in Ghouta as the complete Lebanon front is halted. They have to move from Israel and Jordan. The time is ticking in the East Ghouta. It seems that the fortified and well… Read more »
Canthama
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Peter, I really do not concur with your rational, it is actually quite the opposite indeed. The southern front is going quite well for Syria, the so called major southern front offensive never was, the SAA has made major advances in Daraa province, blocked any rat attempts in Suwayda and fight is fierce in Quneytra now. The M5 axies is also a successful story for Syria, Qalamoun is mostly pacified, rats are moving in and out from Lebanon but no success at all, East Ghouta is about to be fully liberated, SAA advances are steady and sustainable, Homs city is… Read more »
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Blow up the Tishrin-dam….alll area around it is in the hands of terrorists

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Tony Lizzerri
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Here is a legitimate question for which I am afraid I am going to get flamed, but i will ask it anyway. Put the FSA and all those Jihadi savages aside, is there a legitimate (read secular, non-NATO based) political – or otherwise – opposition to Assad in Syria? If so, who are they and what role are they playing these days?

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Tony, there are but minimal, not because they are afraid as many anti-Assadists would say, i mean the guy stands for all good, the ones that DO complain about the secret service are the ones with an evil agenda, look at Lebanon where there are so many gangs and political parties, it’s almost like a civilised Lybia of today.

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Tony: A loyal opposition is a healthy thing, and every government has that – – at least in the beginning. President Assad has a loyal opposition, I’m sure. I’m sure that he also suffers from worms in the apple of Syrian government and command, just as every other leader does who is conscientious and true to his or her oath of office. Remember that President Assad’s daddy did his best to exterminate the Muslim Brotherhood, who now have a firm base in Libya – – whose leader colonel Gaddafi, had been very effectively exterminating MB before he was overthrown and… Read more »
the Thylacine
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Google the Mussalaha Initiative.
Even radioyaran’s article does not spell it out well. In Syria, there is a moderate opposition. There is no moderate ARMED opposition.

Anonymous
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You have got alot of Opposition in the Parlament. Communists, Reform Party or the Independent. Search for Syrian Parlamentary elections results.

Tony Lizzerri
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Thanks, gents…I’ll look into it further.

Klotho
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There is a new information about the capture of the miltary base of Taqb. ISIS reported the manhunt of Syrian troops and cruel slaughter and massacre. I think Dr. Assad should do more on protecting his troops, he should use more technical equipment. It is also reported that ISIS are using drones. The US-army or Western military do not loose many troops, because their kind of warfare is more technical and tactical. The SAA should do more to protect the lives of their troops. Enough manslaughter on the Syrian side.

Very graphic pics and in German:

https://urs1798.wordpress.com/2014/09/07/die-vom-westen-stark-gemachte-terror-organisation-is-zeigt-nun-eine-gnadenlose-menschenjagd-in-der-wuste-vermutlich-bei-tabqah/

Asaad
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The SAA should make Arklight a general and I’m sure all their problems would be over, he seems to know how to win the war from the comfort of his couch! Lol

Arklight
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Asaad: So, who asked you?

Anonymous
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Arklight is the village idiot. He corrects everybody and think his brain-farts are somewhat “interesting” for us.
Just down -vote this troll and his multi-accounts.

Arklight
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Anon: So, who asked you?

Anonymous
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So who asked your mother?

Arklight
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Klotho: SAA and its partners use what they have to work with, and when new gizmos become available, I’m sure they’ll be sent to the field as quickly as possible. It is sad that SAA and its partners are losing troops, but they have gotten their tactics down very well; they are extremely effective which means moving forward, with minimal losses. When any friendly troop is killed or wounded, you can lay the blame where it belongs, on DC and London; my personal opinion is that if a whole raft of politicians, corporate weenies and banksters could be killed today,… Read more »
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