HANDARAAT LIBERATED FINALLY! SYRIAN ARMY SURGE SMASHES TERRORISTS AS NUSRA FALLS APART

ALEPPO:

ميداني

CONFIRMED:  The Syrian Army blasted its way into the village of Handaraat where for months the rat hordes of Nusra were oppressing the citizens there with their curiously sex-driven and deviant form of Islam.  Now, the main supply route used by the rats into Aleppo City has been closed fully and finally.  More and more rodents from Nusra are escaping toward Al-Hasaka in order to join up with ISIS leaving all their weapons and evidence of Saudi/Turk collusion behind.  And here’s the best news yet, hundreds of terrorist rodents are left behind in the city unable to escape the Full Nelson the SAA is imposing on the much weakened vermin in Bani Zayd, Al-Layramoon and Al-Raashideen.  Death awaits the rats in Aleppo and vengeance is best when served up very cold.

 

But, it’s get even better; the SAA has driven a stake through the heart of the vulture Arabian media services by crushing the rats also at Sayfaat (liberated) and Al-Zaytoon Roundabout.  The road into Aleppo is hermetically sealed.  You should see the rodents hurrying to escape inevitable death – abandoning their stinking rat litter-mates inside the northern capital – as NDF pours into the areas of Al-Raashideen hunting for the plague-carrying, grotesque, crawling sewer filth infesting those areas.

 

Syrian Army

(Photo: Almanar)

Heavy fighting going on now at Tal Rif’aat, Kafr Hamraa and Al-Mansoora.  Watch Huraytaan carefully as the SAA is moving to demolish the remnant rodents there.  Word from my wife’s nephews in Aleppo City is that the business of getting on with life is improving markedly as supplies needed to sustain a modicum of comfort are flowing in by truck as more and more Aleppans return from exile in the Latakia area.

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HOMS: CONTINUED

Army

Al-Mishtaayaa in Tal Kalakh:  Security Services arrested 21 rodents who had been planning to plant IEDs on roads frequented by civilians.  I was informed that there were enough Captagon tablets to get all Tanzania’s Elephant population into the Ozone Layer.  5 rats were killed at a house in Waadi Nadhaara which acted as a command-and-control center.  Inside that home were 11 IEDs.  The 5 rodents were identified:

  • Maazen Jawhar
  • Qays Zaydaan
  • Mu’tassem Harb
  • Mahmoud Zarzoor
  • Ja’afar Qassaab

 

Al-Numoodhajiyya:  In the Palmyra area.  SAA clobbered a group of ISIS rodents. I have no details.

 

Fighting reported here yesterday: Al-Tadmuriyya near Al-Furuqlus, Tallat Al-Rastan, ‘Ibb Al-Ghajar, Ruhoom, South Mas’ada, Mushrifa, Al-Wa’er, Al-Sama’leel, Dayr Salaam, Al-Hilaaliyya Farms south of Umm Sharshooh, West Tal Al-Baashaa

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DAMASCUS:

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Zahraan ‘Alloosh is finished.  His Saudi-controlled rat gang of scum and cesspool denizens has gone to Hell.  Unless he can find some tunnel 20 kms long, he will be killed very soon.  There is no desire on the part of our army to take him prisoner.  He must go straight to Hell.  And he knows it.  His pleas for aid are unanswered and his comrades are leaving his sinking ship like fly larvae on a floating rat merd.  The MI continually monitors his communications (now always by unsecure means) as he contacts his handlers in Jordan, inevitably Saudi monkeys,  begging for some relief which he cannot have.  The Syrian government continues to refuse Saudi demands for the return of their stinking ape spies caught by our security services in Syria.  If we won’t release them, do you believe ‘Alloosh will do any better?

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Global Research asks an important question:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/why-is-the-u-s-backing-the-most-barbaric-violent-extreme-muslims-and-overthrowing-moderates/5397786?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=why-is-the-u-s-backing-the-most-barbaric-violent-extreme-muslims-and-overthrowing-moderates

Cameron is beginning to sound more and more like Erdoghan:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/10/03/cameron-declares-war-uk-citizens/

 

Note to readers:  I will not be posting on Saturday because I’ll be out of town.  I will post on Sunday all information I gather for the 2 days.  I am working on an article analyzing the Turkish factor and will get it to print as soon as possible. All of you – have a great weekend. Ziad


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suomynona
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first one in…yeah baby!

Queen o bama
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You know it’s good news when Reuters announce it and it appears more like a plea for help.NATO is now desperate to get Turkey in there to prop up the scum masquerading as rebels.. ISIS our enemy my backside.. U.S. Alliance with FSA and ISIL in Six Photographs By Rick Sterling October 03, 2014 “ICH” – “Dissident Voice” – The following six photographs confirm that a favorite “moderate rebel” leader, Abdel Jabbar al-Okaidi, is allied with ISIL. The first photograph is from Spring 2013 and shows Okaidi with the American who has been the principal coordinator of US policy on… Read more »
Nastrovje
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Interesting, thank you. Difficult for John McCain, who already loses his control when speaking about Al Kaida, which he effectively supported.

From Germany I can assure you too- it is getting more and more difficult for media and politicians to explain why they supported FSA/AL NUSRA and in fact ISIS with tax money they forced Germans to pay. The IS is THE big story here, even bigger then the whole conflict in Syria ever was.

The bad news- I have the feeling that the “IS” story is preparing us for something monumental in the region.

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Your opinion considering Germany is to some extent untrue. There was no blunt support to any fighting group (be it FSA or Nusra or else) in Syria from Germany so German politicians have nothing to explain. They did support somewhat SNC which fell apart, nothing to worry for a politician. I did not see any such THE big story here. Germans generally do not support changes by acts of war, that makes German politicians very careful with arming anyone. Even countries who pay for it.

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Could it be coming the time when the Lord reclaims Antioch for mother Syria?Now that the Turks are moving it would sure be an opportune time to drive them out of Iskendurun.

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Great news,

hopefully Nubl and Al-Zahra can be reached soon. It would be smart to team up with the Kurds in Afrin as they might be next on the list.

cheers
J

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Watcher: Past appearances of operational teamwork between SAA and YPG were probably more the result of concurrent and parallel operations than ‘teaming up’. I’m sure that the line dogs of both SAA and YPG would appreciate any real help they can get, but Syrian Command really has a case of the ass for the Kurds and will not support YPG in any way, with any thing. Stupid, but not likely to change before the day that Hell freezes over.

Queen o bama
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There’s a certain sick irony regarding the Kurds By staying largely neutral and from going by some of Leiths comments In the past. In a liberated Syria by that i mean liberated by the legitimate Syrian Government They stood to gain more by way of autonomy and a possible link up with their Iraqi counterparts Strange is it not that ISIS have gone full tilt at the Kurds more so in Syria You could be forgiven for thinking Turkey were giving ISIS their orders How come is it that the might of the USAF and partners cannot seem to stop… Read more »
hans
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USAF and partners cannot seem to stop ISIS moving on the battlefield yet they managed to shatter an entire well equipped army in Libya

what won the war was the FED and the worthless dollars, Ghaddafy’s generals were bought off, same as Saddam’s, same as Egypt’s during the 1972 war, in fact th main general was Nassers’s son-in-law.

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It was easy in Libya. Basically, all significant troop movements had to be done on the coastal roads. These targets were sitting ducks. Syria’s topography, especially in the north and some areas of the northeast present a much greater problem of locating significant targets. Further, it does not make a whole lot of sense to use a $100,000 missile to destroy a beat up old pickup truck w/a 23mm mounted in the bed.

Nastrovje
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Interesting. And I agree- at the bottom line 95 % is decided by money. But then- maybe Libya taught a lesson. What good is it if you have 200.000 $$ on your account but won’t be able to go back to your country in exchange, your family is in danger because of your behaviour and your ethnicity maybe destroyed because of your deeds? When the protests against Assad began some students had a legitimate cause to protest, I suppose. Using weapons? Very doubtful measure. But now? Only the worst of the worst are fighting in the opposition- aim is certainly… Read more »
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hans: The enemy overflying Syria is not really targeting ISIS; so far, there have been no verifiable numbers of IS actually killed with airstrikes, no IS occupied structures destroyed, and only inoperable transport shot up. For Libya the enemy went in full tilt boogie, killed everything that moved and destroyed anything that did not. They also had the protection of a UN permission that Russia and China got swindled into voting for, which has not happened so far with Syria. There were problems with Libyan military command, which is no secret; there were also the same problems with Iraqi military… Read more »
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Listen this, Syriac choir of Nouri Iskander, Aleppo. In time 2.04

juanito.perez
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Why would Syrian want to cooperate with the Kurds if they support the FSA and anything the US does in the middle east, plus they also are very close to Isreal.

Arklight
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juanito: Do your research, get the parties straight as to who supports whom.

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Syria can’t give their kurd allies more support than air strikes in the current state where Syria need to concentrate on supplying it own offensives and defensive on Several fronts

Turkey will stop NATO from helping kurds including the FSA allied groups and saudis will never help them due to their “Sunni arab superiority” mindset

Iran will probably send weapons and intel to friendly kurds but thats the best help for now

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Conrats ziad, two months ago you predicted that SAA will encircle terrorists inside Aleppo in two week but it lasted two months. however the anticipation worth the great triumph:) Aleppo and east ghouta battles reach their cilmaxes, also northern homs,northen hama,southern idlib and north of latakia await final push..
just daraa,qunaitara and al-raqqa news don`t seem good..
milions of Iranians pray for Syrians and their heroic SAA..
have a nice time

Frank Reitzenstein
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Good New. Good work.

Anonymous
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is it true that the first batch of yak 130, advanced trainer, that can also act as a fighter and ground attack jet has been delivered to Syria?!?! If this is true, along with the rumoured delivery of more anti aircraft systems, including the s300, then this really could beef up the Syrian defence.

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We’re talking 2 things here. Ziad mentioned the planes have apparently been delivered, which certainly will help the orkin man exterminate the pests.

Separately, I understand some s300 deliveries have been made as well and this would help dissuade or protect from an overt threat from NATO, or the demonic magicians occupying palestine ( as opposed tot he covert effort they have been prosecuting for a number of years.

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Wonderful news. So this is rapidly continuing down the road moast of us predicted. Down a blind alley of a protracted terror campaign. We know there is no large domestic appetite for this. We know there is no momentum on the rats side. LIttle strategy other than ISIS swarming areas from time to time, while the other factions are holding on for dear life. Changing gears, I was thinking that the SAA should start an irregular special operations group which fronts as a drug dealing outfit. We need chemists to develop a large batch of bunkum captagon and insert it… Read more »
Roger
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“looking to fulfill apocalyptic eschatological scripture.”

That could be quite close to the truth..

dudleydoright911
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I wasn’t being hyperbolic sadly. I agree.

Amir
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Yo Dudley
I have only one thing to say about the “salted captagon”,,, brilliant idea!!! Don’t know how it would be implemented but the principle is spot on!! Keep on truckin (for truth, integrity and human decency). Love and peace

Arklight
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Dudley: We’ll see. The fat lady is still asleep in her dressing room, not even in costume uet.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Do you really believe that the elite will depopulate to 500,000? You mentioned this in a comment 2 weeks ago. I think no chance. They are losing in Ukraine and Syria. Everything they touch turns to shit. In the words of Vladimir Putin, everything the US touches turns into Iraq and Libya. Except Ukraine and Syria of course. They lost big time.

It depends on NATO and Russia/China going to war. I really don’t think either side has an appetite for that. Then there are all us enlightened folk on SyrPer.

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Satanic sociopaths are unconcerned with the unwashed masses. Folks like say John “walnuts” McCain for example – if he had his way there would be a shooting war in Ukraine, and in Syria. I heard him 2 days ago that there had to be a “humanitarian no fly zone” established in Northern Syria to stop Assad from “barrel bombing his own people.” Anyone knows what a no fly zone means. It means all out war and a failed state or a feckless state – see Libya AND Iraq. In terms of the elite wanting to depopulate the earth – that… Read more »
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Frank: the ‘goal’ of the elites is a world population of approximately 1/2 million people. I have no notion of how the figure was arrived at, but that’s been the reported number for a good many years. I don’t think it’s anywhere near workable, but I’ve never thought the ‘elite’ were wrapped tightly enough to do their own grocery shopping. One major hurdle is that I think that the elites are depending upon ‘the world’s only remaining super power’ to lead the charge, conveniently ignoring the provable fact that the US is no longer a super power, and cannot possible… Read more »
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Frank, i am afraid that Ukraine and Syria are also already shit. To build up syria again it will take more then a decade. I also think that their (western central bankers) agenda has failed on the geopolitical front. Their agenda could only work if it would have been secret. Destroying the nation states in the world takes longer then they would have thought. Good luck with Iran if they have finished Syria. They thought that they could buy a lot of syria’s generals and divide the population. BUT ASSAD HAS VERY LOYAL FRIENDS. INSIDE AND OUTSIDE SYRIA. And the… Read more »
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Actually Dudley that is a great idea, but the SAA should make sure it will take a day or two for the tablets to kill the vermin, they should somehow sneak in and leave the drugs out in the open next to some dead rats.

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Map, scenario 1 or 2?

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Flanders
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And another new Map;
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Boiler Room
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What about option 3, Tal Rifaat followed by Azaz?

Flanders
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Depends on how the battle Nusrats/FreeShitArmy versus IS will evolve around Aleppo. IS is moving towards Hama and Homs, that might be more urgent.

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Scenario 1 is progressing well, SAA rolled over Mazari Duwayr Al Zaytun, NW of Sayfat, the terrain is much more suitable for a SAA traditional war with tanks, GRAD missiles and armoured vehicles, small villages vs urban warfare. It gives the impression this advance will be fast based on the collapse of rats’ defense line in Hadaraat. The only way rats can hold the SAA advance is a very professional coordination among rats to regroup and counter attack in delicate places, such as behind the line in Sheikh Najar, CP etc…I see it very unlikely though, or try hard to… Read more »
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I think scenario 1 is more pausible since it could cut Aleppo Governorate in two, the eastern part (60% ISIS 40% FSA) and the other western half (contested) this will cause the rebels at the east to fight to the death against ISIS and open a corridor to Kurdish terrain. Another Point it will divide further the Rebels elsewhere, next step finish them on Homs and Hama, Daraa and Idlib could wait, there is not strategicaly important. Hama is vital since is the midde of everything that conect east to west and north to south.

Canthama
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Danny, it seems the SAA broke our legs and created a 3rd scenario, there are reports of fierce battle in El Mallah and the suburbs of Haritan, meaning the SAA advanced far west faster than we all thought possible, tomorrow will be an interesting day, will the SAA consolidate gains or will it continue with the blitzkrieg campaign further north ? Interesting times indeed.

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Superb map.!!!!

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Flanders, I vote Layramoun, though Zahraa would be equally pleasing.

al Jarban
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Flanders, can we have both?

Cataro
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Good news in Aleppo!! One question, anyone knows if the SAA is fighting the Kurds in Sheikh Maqsood ? Why the SAA can not go there?

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Cataro, no fights between SAA and the Syrian Kurds at Sheik Maksuod, there is an agreement, lets say this way, between all parts, that this is a neutral area. It does not mean though that there are no SAA or rats moving around. This is a area that has not only Kurds but other minorities as well, some Christians (armenians and syriac). So far it is a safe area and the SAA has no intention to get into, since once rats are dead in Aleppo this area will re integrate into Aleppo normally.

Cataro
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Muito obrigado Canthama

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Very interesting the two scenarios shown by Flanders. Joining Zahra and Nubbl seems easier and would increas the potential “prize” that would be gained by SAA in terms of weapons, prisoners, warehouses and Fsa rats entrapped in that sack, but it would mean stretching the north front, wich seems already overstreatched. Pushing towards Layramoun is more difficult,seems a tough nut to crack, the front would be shorter but the total and definitive sealing off of Aleppo quicker. So, I would choose the second one. The front must stay short, Kuweiris AB (wich need additional troops tasked to break the siege)… Read more »
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Fierce fight in El Mallah, between Handaraat village and Haritan city, SAA trying to break rats’ regrouping in the area that is trying to prevent the SAA to hit Haritan hard from the east. Important to notice that the SAA has the control of the hill Tall al Maqla (circle bottom right) which gives them firing control over El Mallah and the valley until Haritan. So far rats seems to have regrouped in El Mallah, but one just need to see how fast and how far the SAA moved in one day after rat defenses in Handaraat camp and district… Read more »
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With firing control over El Mallah – which is therefore certainly no place to regroup – is there anything speaking against leaving them behind and going straight towards Tal Rifaat? It would mean forcing a lot of people to show their colours.

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Boiler: For thousands of years it has been axiomatic that you leave no living enemy in your rear. SAA is slowly purging the pockets of rats, but that takes up forces which are needed elsewhere. Dead enemies are no longer an armed threat.

Canthama
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Boiler, it is risky to move spearhead so fast toward north and leave both flanks wide open, SAA works better gaining ground, consolidating gains, re grouping and big push again, sometimes this cycle is faster once massive forces are grouped some times is very slow, I guess SAA has not a huge army for pushing and cleaning all North, my bet is to create a strong defensive line northern fof Aleppo, gain key towns such as Anadan and others, lift the siege of Nubbol and Al Zarah, and strength it all for the big fight with ISIS.

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Canthama, don’t you think that race for El-Mallah lends more to an initial southward push over non-built up areas to the northern Layramoun enemy defences than to head north. It would be easier to go further North to get to Nubbol and Al Zarah. It might also be more defensible to attempt Layramoun first if there is a successful linkup with gov forces on the Southern side, thus completing the encirclement of Aleppo city. Just a thought.

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Hi Al Jarban, it is very possible as you say. The basis for my previous comment is that the SAA has presence in Layramoun and bombing heavely Kafr Hamra, so maybe the southern push is to link with the eastern push at Haritan, then northwards toward lifing the siege of Nubbol and Al Zarah. I think there is another reason the SAA is pushing so hard toward north western Aleppo now, besides Aleppo encirclement, as you may know the Turkish parlament gave authorization for Erdogan to “invade Syria and Iraq”, I do not buy this invasion theory but I do… Read more »
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Canthama, agree with the further analysis you provide here. It will be interesting to see how it develops over the coming week. I think we might see the real plan emerge after the US mid-term election.

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Just reading on another site SOH mouthpiece claiming handeratt was retaken back by rats lol, hes full of shite.

Anonymous
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Canthama, you really seem to know the geography of the land well. Interesting battle reports.

It seems that the SAA is using its resources at this moment very well, with securing important areas, while the Yanks and Kurds are attracting all the attention.

I just hope that the SAA is careful and doesnt overstretch it units. The focus must be on minimizing casualties in their own ranks, because manpower is problem.

Now is the time to clear the central parts of the land and then focus step by step on other areas, I think.

Greetings from Holland!!

Canthama
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Anon, appreciate the words. You view is correct and it is my belief as well that SAA will not over stretch, the wide encirclement seems a reality now and the SAA will push it to end, whether it will manager to lift the siege of Al Zarah and Nubbol, it remains to be seen, but this is my bet : wide encirclement of Aleppo, cut the suplly lines for the rats and lift the siege of the two key towns above.

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Heavy defensive fighting in Kobane. Would like to see an SAA presence there instead of Kurdish, Yank and Turks. Even with the US air support the city is in danger of falling. These ISIL people were badly underestimated by not just Obama but others.

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Alex, watch the Kobane videos on Liveleak- what you will see is that the main force again is a Chechen unit. And they were hired before by the FSA. And use American weapons (oh yeah, “stolen”, sure).
Oh, and USAF was unable to stop them, for several days?

Impossible. Really impossible.
IS got massive support by American taxpayers and we will find out why (I have no idea yet but can imagine that the whole region will become something of a direct colony, called “protection zone”).
“The Godfather”-style- create threats yourself and offer protection.

Alex
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Nastrovje, I just hope this can end someday without Syria being picked apart by the Turkish and West vultures. Turkey is as great or bigger danger to Syria than ISIS. I don’t want to see this all end with Assad being mayor of Damascus and the rest of the country divied up among the great powers.

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Exactly. About 10 months ago, you remember official plans to divide Syria by source close to the US admin.?

If you have this plan it is “best” to eradicate certain ethnicities. Meaning “genocide”. Why put your fingers in blood when you can use some crazy mercenaries and blame them for all?

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Nastroyjje: Historically, all aggressive wars have been armed robberies. Follow the future profits and figure out for yourself who stands to benefit, and you’ll know who the ratbastards are behind this.

Nastrovje
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I agree. And watch particulary the resource-rich Mossul area closely.
Those who will get the oil from there most likely paid for ISIS-massacres before.
All the head-cutting is done to prepare the way for them.

Arklight
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Alex: YPG gets no support from any one. None. The enemy airstrikes do not target IS, but probably do hit Kurds ‘by mistake’.

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US air support is only a smokescreen is my feeling. They bomb empty houses and innocent people

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Ah, and wanted to tell you all: by chance I met a guy yesteday who demonstrated for “Kobane” and was a PYD supporter. Yesterday he was optimistic that Kobane would not fall (what I found naive) and then he reconfirmed that there are “games” going on. Barzani, the leader of the biggest peshmerga group in Iraq and who is supported by certain western countries, doesn’t like this PKK/PYD/YPG self governance that was happening there. That is why the Peshmerga didn’t help Kobane appropriately. ————- And- from other source- when you hear that Iraqi Kurds have unofficial borderlines with IS and… Read more »
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Nastrovye: RT article. First enemy casualty. http://rt.com/usa/193016-first-american-casualty-isis-operation/

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@Queen Good find.

Check out this tweet by rat bastard and war monger McCain, asserting the imminent invasion of Syria back in 2011 when removal Qaddafi was in motion.

Shows clearly, the plot to remove Assad and other arab leaders was well planned years in advance.

https://twitter.com/SenJohnMcCain/statuses/105390009615523841?_escaped_fragment_=/SenJohnMcCain/status/105390009615523841

Mahmoud from Germany
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Do you know this picture of Zahran ‘Alloush? It’s his diary I guess http://qlay.jp/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/BrktzGUIAAABcHN.jpg

Anonymous
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This says it all..watch the video…its 4 minutes

FSA my ass…

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2014/10/u-s-alliance-fsa-isil-six-photographs.html

Zé do Telhado
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Dear all,

I have this you-reap-what-you-sow feeling regarding the YPG. I know this is infantile, specially when they’re been confronted with a bigger enemy, but I just didn’t want to leave this feeling unshared. Does anybody else feel the same?

Regards

الله محيي الجيش

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I understand the feeling, an emotional belief or desire that overrules reason. But the only thing that matters, right now, is the overall strategic objective – the destruction of the islamist jihadists. Because if you do not destroy them, they will most certainly destroy you. They will destroy all of the Kurdish parties and factions in the the process of destroying and partitioning the states of Iraq and Syria. People like you have to decide whether to retain your petty animosities or to take a stand for what matters. You appear to have taken a sensible stand. That is important.
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For the sake of clarity, the remarks by Shinaydeen above were a response to Zé do Telhado.

– Shinaydeen.

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GREAT JOB SYRIAN ARMY VICTORY IS NEAR I HOPE AFTER ALLEPO SYRIAN GOVERNMENT ND SYRIAN ARMED FORCES WILL FOCUS ON IDLIB ND RAQQA ND DEIR EZZOUR ND SYRIAN IRAQI BORDER WHICH ISIL CONTROLS. THANKS ITS TIME FOR SYRIAN ARMY 2 HIT ISIL WHEREVER THEY R. THANKS

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The silence of Russia and Iran (which is expressing ‘concern’ in the same vein as the US expresses ‘concern’ over the new settlements) is complicity with the Turkish move to establish a buffer and no fly zone over parts of Syria. LOL at ‘mutual defence pact’ and Russian jets scrambling to defend Syria against foreign aggression. Well the Russian jets scenario was officially exploded over the the past few weeks, while the ‘mutual defence pact’ is currently being traded for an agreement between the West and Iran in New York and other capitals. By no means am i saying that… Read more »
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nice piece baby!

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@Jason, I’ve read sceptically your warnings about Iran and Russia, and do not still wholly buy them, but Thierry Meyssan’s article, ‘Behind the Anti-Terror War, the Gas War in the Levant’ http://www.voltairenet.org/article185495.html says some troubling things. And Thierry knows a thing or two. If Iran cuts a gas deal with the West using Nabucco, then Syria’s gas is less of a threat to the West. They will still try to carve out Deir el Zor and Syria’s west using ISIS — in other words, my fool country and all the other suckers fighting this fraud will be played for the… Read more »
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Thylacine, great article, tks for sharing it. It does imply indeed that the backstage war is very busy and barely seen by the main stream media and ordinary people.

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I THINK THE BEST OPTION MILLITARILY WUD B 2 COMPLETELY ENCIRCLE OBAMAS CIA ND ISRAELI MOSSAAD REBELS IN ALLEPO ND SYRIAN ARMY SHOULD REACH RING ROAD LAYRAMOUN SO THT THERE IS NO ESCAPING FOR THESE AMERICAN ISRAELI TURKISH SAUDI ND QATARI REBEL BASTARDS SO THT SYRIAN ARMY ND HEZBOLLAH CAN GO INSIDE ALLEPO ND MASSACRE ND WIPE ND BEHEAD EACH ND EVERY AMERICAN CIA ISRAELI MOSSAAD TURKISH SAUDI ND QATARI REBEL BASTARDS. IF U GIVE THEM 1ONE EXIT POINT THEY WILL RUN FROM THERE 2 IRAQ ETC ND THEN REGROUP ND ATTACK SYRIAN GOVERNMENT ND SYRIAN ARMY AGAIN SO ITS… Read more »
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I TINK DA BEST OPSHUN WUD BEE FOR YOO TO TAKE A COARSE IN BAYSIC INGLISH AND MAYBE DOO A COMPUTER COURSE WHARE YOO LERN HOW TO YOOZE DA CAPS LOK BUTTON.

DEN, MAYBEE, JUST MAYBEE, YOOR INGLISH WILL REECH DA STELLAR HITES THAT I HAVE ACHEEVED. NOW DAT IZ A GOLE TO STRIVE FOR!

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No, first encircle them, weaken them, and later, if US and Turkey attack Syrian government, open the siege in the east of Aleppo. ISIS is just waiting. They will flow into Aleppo, slaughter the US mercenaries, and capture Aleppo! It will take years and billions to clear the town from ISIS, you will have to destroy Aleppo completely, it will be a disaster for US policy!

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If this isn’t a case of the pot calling the kettle black.Very disingenuous…nonetheless, what he says about Turkey and the GCC countries is true…

Could this be the beginning of the US distancing itself from those who want Assad ousted?? Do they realize that their 4-year attempt to oust Assad is a totally failed project — thanks in great part to Russia and Iran — that they are ready to abandon now? Are the bankers and other ruling elite hatching up a new paradigm to replace the 40-year old petrodollar system?

Very Interesting…read below. The commentator in Paris is spot-on.

http://rt.com/news/192880-biden-isis-us-allies/

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He is lying. The US was supervising the whole operation – and still does —.

Arklight
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Tony: The Petrodollar was never anything but a canard, anyway. Now that it’s failing far more quickly than planned, they’re scrambling to bring in something else.

Tony Lizzerri
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Yes, Ark, those are precisely my thoughts.

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What are people’s opinions of the news that Obama plans to impose a no-fly zone over parts of Syria after the mid-term “elections” in America?

This would obviously be an esclation of America’s aggression against Syria and increasingly expose the lie that America is fighting ISIS (which the USA and its allies arm, fund, and train!).

Obama’s Plan For a ‘No-Fly Zone’ Over Northeastern Syria – ISIS Was a Window-Dressing for the Real War Against the Syrian Government
http://www.globalresearch.ca/obamas-plan-for-a-no-fly-zone-over-northeastern-syria-isis-was-a-window-dressing-for-the-real-war-against-the-syrian-government/5406117

Arklight
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Anon: This is no surprise. It’s hard to understand how this fraud could be both a sock puppet and a slimy sack of shit at the same time.

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This bastard Obama is threatening Syria with his no fly zone for years already! But this ape knows: to defeat Syria, you must capture it with ground troops. American troops will be attacked and killed by Syrians defending thier land. And for the moderate death squads, even with air support, they will never controll all of Syria. He has already lost! Obama and your criminals: Syria does not belong to you, Donbass does not belong to you, this planet does not belong to you! Take your DIRTY BLOODY BROWN HANDS away from peoples lives! Good news, the capture of Handaraat!… Read more »
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OMG I THINK THIS IS GREAT NEWS EVERYBODY,THINK THE US FUCKS ARE DOING A 180 NOW ON SYRIA AND THIS MESS AND BACKSTABBING THERE ALLIES AS USUAL HAHAHAHA OHH GOD I PRAY THIS MEANS SOMETHING https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11l8nLZNPSY&list=UUpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg
don’t know if this will stop them from arming and training those pigs in saudi arabia but sure is gonna stir things up at the state dept breifings,,AP will have a field day as that bitch jen psaki has been denying the support of isis and other terror groups by these allies of there’s ,,cant wait to watch the next one

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No one is doing a 180! biden blames ‘US muslim allies’, but he ‘forget’ the role of te US and the mossad , the US was supervising the operation from the begining and still does. How can you ave a 180 degrees if the US pilots bomb empty warehouses? How can you have a 180 degrees if the US support no fly zone and want boots on the ground? He just want to sell the idea that the ‘God chosen people of America’ should involve itself everywhere and that only Israel can be trusted

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in any case it stired the shit pot a bit,,turkish dog wanted an appology,idk but i was hoping it would break apart this coalition with the gulf fags,in any case for a VP to admit this publicly is still something to be chewed on

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ziad: Interesting. One cute aspect to this is that the vice presidency is not a political office, but a legislative post. Joe Biden is, by law, the President of the Senate first, and next in line of succession to the Evil Office second. When sitting as President of the Senate, he can throw a monkey wrench into nearly any set of gears he chooses, including funding for various projects. I think, though, that Biden’s remarks are nothing but meaningless drivel – – just political BS that gets passed out all the time with a heads up to the ‘victims’ of… Read more »
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to hear such admitance for the americunt VP is actually a good thing to stir the shit pot,,true i doubt it will stop there agendas but was hoping it would create some divisions between them and the gulf alliance ,ohh well better than nothing

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Maybe all this is just a nightmare, tomorrow the US distances herself from the “FSA/Al Nusra”. Anything can happen now, ANYTHING. If there is an attack on US soil from Qatari/Saudi-sponsored “democracy seekers” family Al-Thani or Saud could gbe replaced within days. Or they try to build a colony together, food soldiers are from those countries. Anything is possible. We all saw the strategy to destabilize the whole region- but what will happen next- I miss an American strategy but it seems very, very risky, even for Biden. Sorry, Americans- but you should have intervened against those politics- it is… Read more »
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SAA advance into Morek in Hama!!!

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http://vestnikkavkaza.net/news/politics/60671.html Iranian ambassador asks Turkey to coordinate its buffer and no fly zone plan with the Syrian gov’t! This zionist agent is no doubt aware that the Erdogan gov’t is swimming in Syrian blood and that ‘coordinating’ with this gov’t would amount to treason. The mask has fallen off the Iranian political leadership, its ties and affinity for the MB are already well documented especially in Egypt but only now are they beginning to come to light with regard to the MB controlled Turkey. I can’t wait for when political positions and alliances become clear because there are many people… Read more »
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Jason: Agree (as before) with your comment on this issue. The writing is already on the wall, for those who care to see it.

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LOL !! “He will be history”: Turkish president lashes out at Joe Biden over ISIS comments!
M – Old Joe must be spewing, being ordered to publicly apologize to that cockroach. I hope he has discreetly put out contract on his head, courtesy of some of his ‘moderate’ terrorist buddies.
Oh, the humiliation! Apologise to Erdogdan!!! LOL again.

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Yeah, I was pissing myself when I saw it!!! Imagine that arrogant idiot (Joe Biden) forced to apologise to…… Erdoghan?! LOLOLOL!!! Yeah, you are right he must be FUMING!

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i think you are wrong about the Iranians being zionist puppets. On the other side, Iran is doing a lot of business with Turkey and has not used their economic leverage to stop the Turks from meddling in Syria. The Iranians will found out the hard way that the Turks are the enemy and not an ally, just like dr.Assad had to find out the hard way. The Iranians have their own agenda and the survival of a free Syria ( free of IMF influence ) is part of that. I think it is wrong to create suspucion between allies,… Read more »
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I dont like the new IRANIAN bastard president.. A Religious monkey and that already speaking openly about “replacing Russia energy Business” if sanctions made against Russia.. look what kind of bastard he is.. Does IRANians really believe the European Union will not backstab them as they are doing to Russia now who have much more common goals and interest and business and share more or less similar CHristian religion? If the Monkey President of IRAN sanctions are lowered ,they will only do it if their NGOs and Media are allowed to freely Operate in IRAN.. Something Muslin Countries and Muslin… Read more »
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You’re an imbecile Anon. Go fuck a goat.

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Anon Maximus: Oh, what an intelligent, profoundly non-imbecilic response to a sensible post! (NOT!)
Time you both started using a non de plume … Anon Vs Anon?? Bullshit..

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Coalition drone filmed Daesh/Isis raping a donkey
Welcome to the caliphate 😀

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=9a0_1412420896#fDTJXmW2xKegxlcA.99

it’s from 2011

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Senate Approves Bill that Legalizes Sodomy and Bestiality in U.S. Military December 1, 2011 – 2:55 PM (CNSNews.com) – (Updated) The Senate on Thursday evening voted 93-7 to approve a defense authorization bill that includes a provision which not only repeals the military law on sodomy, it also repeals the military ban on sex with animals–or bestiality. Article 125 of the UCMJ makes it illegal to engage in both sodomy with humans and sex with animals. It states: “(a) Any person subject to this chapter who engages in unnatural carnal copulation with another person of the same or opposite sex… Read more »
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In the Worlds before Monkey,
Primal chaos reigned, Heaven sought order.
But the Phoenix can fly only when its feathers are grown.
The four worlds formed again and yet again,
As endless eons wheeled and passed.
Time and the pure essences of Heaven,
The moisture’s of the Earth,
And the powers of the Sun and the Moon
All worked upon a certain rock – old as Creation,
And it magically became fertile.
That first egg was named Thought,
Tathagata Buddha, the Father Buddha,
Said, ‘With our thoughts we make the world.’
Elemental forces caused the egg to hatch,
from it then came a stone Monkey.
The nature of Monkey was irrepressible!

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Great news. Congrats SAA!!!

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in fact i think it is a dangerous thing to create a rift between Iran and Syria. You know what is a typical Zionist thing to do? spreading rumors about someone so he would distrust an ally and ultimately it would be perfect for the Zionists to have enemies that are not united and fights each other. This is exactly the tactic they have been using for the last decades.

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freeman: True.

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Iran and Syria are brother countries who have stood by each other through thick and thin. No rift is possible. Good day.

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This isn’t about a rift (as though a rift could be created by these means) it is about the truth of the matter. I am dealing with the facts as they are and even from the very mouth of the Iranian ambassador to Turkey, whose views are carefully coordinated with HQ in Tehran. If you can still defend the Iranian regime after reading the link provided above then you are blind, ignorant, dumb, sectarian etc. The same goes for the Putin mafia whose silence with regard to the planned buffer zone should be construed as complicity in the matter, Putin… Read more »
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Fact of the matter is that Russia and Iran have helped Syria, and if they wanted Syria to be gone it would have happened a year ago. I do understand your views, although you probably don’t understand that Russia is limited in their way of action. In my opinion they have not done enough to help Syria, but to imply that Russia and Iran are zionist stooges part of a bigger plan is just ludacris.

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Ria Novosti article on how things work. Well worth the read. http://en.ria.ru/authors/20140928/193394217/Washingtons-Secret-Agendas.html

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Outstanding article, Paul Craig is one of my favorites. Tks for sharing it.

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RBTH article on Russian sale of Pantsir and advanced MANPADS to Iraq. It’s a guarantee that the enemy will take them away from the Iraqis, send them back to the US, and use them to find a way to counter them. I don’t know why the Russians sold these to Iraq.

http://rbth.com/news/2014/10/01/russia_supplies_iraq_with_pantsir-s1_dzhigit_air_defense_systems_40261.html

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Arklight, that also puzzled me, from all weapons needed by Iraq to fight terrorists, Pantsir’s and manpads are last in the list, and it seems it was $1Bi deal. Amazing.

Have you hear of the new Mi35 downed in Iraq yesterday by a ISIL manpad ? ( most likely to be US made sold to ISil by KSA ). One has to think how far IF is fit for basic operations, it seems still a long way to go.

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those air defence systems were from 2012 arm deal I think.

Canthama
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Good reminder. Tks

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Anon: Could be, but why would they order air defense systems before they had acquired any functional air force? Until Maliki ordered the Su25s and combat helicopters when nothing was being delivered by the Americans, Iraq had zip, basically. In 2012 Iraq didn’t have military enemies who would attack them by air. I’m scratchin’ my head.

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Canthama: yes, that was on Iraq News, I think, as well as Press TV. There didn’t seem to be any real details on exactly how the Mi35 had been brought down, and absent details it’s not possible to assign the downing to ground fire, portable SAM, or AA gunfire. ISF is gradually coming round. There are still catastrophic ‘command failures’ but the traitors, the lazy and the stupid are getting weeded out. but I’m afraid that there’s still a ways to go. Thank goodness ISF command seems to be on to the damage the Americans have caused and are excluding… Read more »
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I think it’s a move to supply Iran with new technology for reverse engineering to make their own, i.e indirecly sold to Iran via backdoor Iran-Iraq deal. Don’t think US can snatch a big system like that out of Iraq with Russia’s surveillance around and Iran spy heavily integrated in Iraqi army. Also there are big differences between market products and those using in Russian military.

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Anon: With the US bitches in Iraqi government, a dollar to a doughnut says the Americans will have the weapons before they can be uncrated.

Arklight
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Infowars article: Taxpayers are taking in the shorts, again, http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-defense-contracts-20141003-story.html

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Don’t know whether it is practicable, but I think the SAA is going for Tal Rifaat.

Canthama
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Something will never change…read the article below referring to KSA-Israel friendship and combined ME strategy.
http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930712000328

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Another good article, now in Turkey’s plans and motives on Syria. Quick read, worth it.

http://www.moonofalabama.org/

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Syrian NOT Arab
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Weeks ago I warned that Pakistan would be turned over to ISIS because the agenda is to support the caliphate and use it to fight America’s enemies, namely Iran (and allies Syria, Iraq, Lebanon), Russia and China. This is in fact the plan on good authority. All the theatre you see is for show. Erdoghan will invade Syria and suddenly ISIS will fall under the command of the Turks at which point the labels will be changed to moderate rebels and they will be used to push past the Euphrates to take down Damascus. Giving up strategic weapons and the… Read more »
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The SAA should and must go in Aleppo for Tal Rifaat; and I think it actually is.

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I think that the threat for Syria is not over, this German website has reported that all UN-peacekeepers have been removed of the Golanheights, now the terrorists seems to control the Golan heights. These terrorists have been supported by Israel and the USA. Here the informations of this site in German. https://urs1798.wordpress.com/2014/10/03/alle-reden-uber-kobana-uber-giftgas-einsatze-gegen-syrische-soldaten-im-golan-spricht-niemand/ The socalled moderate terrorists have received modern US BGM-71-TOW weapons and french Milan rockets and with half billon dollars of the US-Congress the socalled moderate “rebells” terrorists will get more modern weapons.from USA, delivery will be from Israel I guess. The Golan heights are not far away from… Read more »
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“The USA and the owners of the FED want to control all ressources of the Middle East and the old British Empire is behind it.” Interesting that most of the people try to find economic reasons for Western-led wars. But what I fear, is that the US government has simply become SNAPPED because of their military power, after they claimed themselves the winner of the Cold War. What if they simply LEAD WARS FOR FUN, BECAUSE OF SADISM?! Its “funny” for them to do experiments with other peoples lives, it makes fun to spy upon people around the world, it… Read more »
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This Associated Press report is a few days old but worth revisiting in my view: “The recent deaths of Syrian children after receiving measles vaccinations was the result of a “mistake” by a non-governmental partner … a spokesman for the U.N. secretary-general said. “A physician who administered the vaccinations in rebel-held parts of northwestern Syria told The Associated Press in mid-September that at least 15 children, some of them just babies, died.” What do we conclude from this? When the UN, its agencies or contractors do things that unintentionally result in the deaths of civilians, then they are mistakes. OK,… Read more »
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http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/10/03/harper-syria-airstrikes-isis-canada_n_5929436.html

This is a perfect chance!

Syria should immediately ask Canada and Russia to bomb ISIS on its soil. It should ask for a coalition that also includes Iran, Egypt, and Argentina. Just by asking for such coalition, the idea will automatically render the US coalition illegal and ridiculous.

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What the hell are you talking? Canada is led by Harper, a neocon who support Israel even more than Obama. Canada is in te same bed tan the uS.

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US rabbi urges genocide of all Muslims worldwide
An American Rabbi has called for the genocide of all Muslims, labeling them as criminals.

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Expert: Israel must use Turkey to sell gas to Europe
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If Israel wants to sell its natural gas to Europe, it must deal with Turkey, Birol Erguven, the CEO of Limak Energy said Thursday. Erguven told The Anadolu Agency in an exclusive interview that Turkey benefits from its location, in that it has natural gas various supplier countries around its borders. Israel is one source that could help Turkey diversify its supplies, Erguven said, and Iraq is another. “Iraqi natural gas may come to Turkey in the near future, and Turkey can add this option to its natural gas supplier countries,” he said. Erguven also talked about Limak Energy’s investments… Read more »
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