SYRIAN ARMY LIBERATES WAADI ‘AYN TURMAA- 400 RATS KILLED; SAA KILLS NOTORIOUS TERRORIST IN DER’AH

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WAADI ‘AYN TURMAA:  This is great news.  The Syrian Army has established complete control over Waadi ‘Ayn Turmaa and all surrounding farm areas after launching battering waves of artillery fire, tank assaults, infantry operations that obviously caught the huddling rats by complete surprise.  Intercepted communications prove they were not ready for this massive onslaught as units from the First Army Corps surrounded the entire area and closed off all escape routes.  Monzer tells us that preliminary assessments at the scene tell a story no different than that of Pompeii during the explosion of Vesuvius with groups of rodents lying still in some kind of moment frozen in time – their weapons strewn about the area as though they had planned to either surrender or pretend to be something other than the filthy, disease-carrying sewer rats they really were.  Estimates are in excess of 400+ rats dead.  We can confirm that most of these carcasses were Nusra, Islamic Union and Jaysh Al-Islam.

 

DOUMAA:  The same forces which liberated Waadi ‘Ayn Turmaa were immediately transferred to the Doumaa area where they cleaned out Al-Reehaan Farms and Tal Kurdi.  This is where ‘Alloosh is holed up.  HIS DEATH IS NIGH.  Some of our readers want him captured so he can warble pathetically on television exposing the Saudi Arabian monkeys whose time is very short indeed.  We will be announcing the liberation of Al’Ibb Farms and Al-‘Aaliya Farms in the next few days as the Syrian Army is unstoppable.  Jaysh Al-Islam and its ally “The Islamic Union of Syrian Soldiers (yawn)” are on the verge of extinction.

 

Tal Kurdi was cleared out also by elements of the same forces which liberated ‘Adraa Town.  There is no longer any talk about rodents in Damascus. It’s over folks.

 

 

الجيش السوري يحكم سيطرته الكاملة على وادي عين ترما والمناطق المحيطة به

DER’AH:  SYRIAN PERSPECTIVE HAS LEARNED THAT THE SYRIAN ARMY HAS KILLED ONE OF THE INSURGENCY’S MOST NOTORIOUS TERRORISTS AND PEDOPHILES – ZAYD ‘ADNAAN AL-AKRAADHe was killed hours ago in Der’ah City during an SAA raid on a nest of hyenas where he was sleeping.  This is a major bust for the SAA because this degenerate, derelict and child molester had bedeviled the security services for months as they tried to pinpoint his whereabouts.  Once a source confirmed he was in an apartment hiding out, it was only a matter of a few minutes before SAA, NDF and General Security encircled the area and pounced on the stinking vermin.  Monzer reports that in his cargo pockets were Captagon pills and pornographic photos of prepubescent children. Good show!

In this exclusive photo from Mercury New Service, Al-Akraad is seen in the trap set for him by Syrian General Security.


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Josh
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Thanks for the great news to start my morning with today!

Look forward to seeing the complete liberation of metro-Damascus very soon 🙂

zvon
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excellent news..400+ is a nice figure..where do they keep coming from??

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Oh, we all know. From Jordan, Turkey, probably Israel (though Israel will keep trying to look pseudo-legit and keep their cover). After all Turks and Yanks just agreed that they will jointly build up a new corps of “freedom loving moderate rebels”, to make Syria a better place. The propaganda is still working well in Europe and the US… it would be best if ISIS saw reason and did the logical thing, stop molesting Syria and send their folks into Europe. European sheeple deserve everything they get. They need to live under Sharia for a couple of decades, and have… Read more »
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I come from the UK and i agree we are the scum of the earth So much i thought i knew was a lie Iv’e known some of the BS from Murdoch and his cronies, and run with Militant through the miners strike in the mid 80s, done some time with them But the depth of pure fucking evil they call foreign policy has shocked me

http://eyreinternational.wordpress.com/2012/04/09/the-horrific-new-world-order-master-plan-that-has-full-un-approval/#comments

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All true Queen, i have stated this to friends, many might think i’m a nut but it’s all true, the zionists want to reduce the population to be managable, at the top of all the worlds woes are the zionists and their lackeys, i would not be surprised if the Christians in the western worlds have converted to zionism.

Chevi

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Lol. You serious? Europe is wise. We’re waiting for all that religious scum to eliminate each other and don’t really care. They will leave the world to us. Fine. Russian Economy down by sanctions, US economy down by Obama, Terrorists down cause they’re suicidal scum. No reason for dissatisfaction here. So those USA world bullies are not willing to sweep out the dirt they left? So what! WE won’t pay for the childish decisions of that baby boy Bush (look at his drawings, he never grew up) and their aftermath. WE won’t finance one group to kill another and then… Read more »
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From the darkest places of earth.

Hate to admit
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Great job SAA give them hell, they deserve it

R
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There is no longer any talk about rodents in Damascus. It’s over folks.—-Hope you are correct!

Hannibal
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I am curious: what does the army do with the rat carcasses

Anonymous
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Selling them as food for pigs.

michelvandijk
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poor pigs…

Canthama
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Fertilizer for the sacred Syrian soil.

Shinaydeen
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Shinaydeen

Fertilizer for Syrian soil? Surely the SAA would not want to pollute their own land with such poisonous substances?

M
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Fertilizers are made out of shit, right? Because they definitely fit in that category they would make a great fertilizer!

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Daraus wird Kraftfutter für Schweine gemacht.

Anonymous
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MODERATES Kraftfutter

Ali MD
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They are cremated.

Anonymous
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where is Ayn Turmaa on the map?

Anonymous
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South of Jobar, let say between Barze and Erbeen but further South

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Canthama
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South of Zamalka, also called Ain Therma and then you Ain Therma valley.

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Roll on the de-rattification of the precincts of Damascus. And roll on the tireless reporting of the mentat Ziad.
My marsupial fangs are drooling with the prospect of the expiry of the rodent Alloush’s term on earth.
I hope the come-uppance of Alloush causes MacDonald the Yanqui MI co-conspirator to quake, he whose emails place this crime firmly at the feet of the terminally-infected Barack O’Bola.

Anonymous
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the al nusra still pay the mistake to attack hezbollah last sunday.. http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d80_1412979502

Syrian NOT Arab
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The myth of so-called “Kobani”: survivors of the genocide perpetrated against them by Ottoman Turks and their Kurdish allies, Armenians founded a town just south of the then recentky conpleted railway which was partially constructed by Armenian and Christian labor that was abused by the likes of the Ottoman governor of Damascus who was known to kill, maim, starve and let die Christian laborers who built much of the railroads in Syria and the region of Al Jazira. This town is today called Ayn Al-Arab and known to Kurdish settlers as Kobani. The Kurds are the descendants of the same… Read more »
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Nice information in this post, Syrian not Arab

Anonymous
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Syrian not arab, i like to keep things short, never ever trust the sunni turks, i have noticed one thing, some sunni are nothing but evil who will lie and kill innocent people, but Christians, alawii, shiite will only kill a person trying to kill them.

M
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Not all Sunni are bad. Some are OK. We have the misguided Idiots everywhere, I guess…

Anonymous
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True M, i am guilty of sounding like i am generalising sometimes, well mostly.

James
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What kind of an ignorant and biased statement is that. Because as you know many of the so called christian leaders in the west want to bring us humanitarian aid, peace and love and never kill innocent people. What BS. Whether you want to admit to it or not, many of the sunni’s in the SAA are giving their lives to protect minorities. Many Sunni’s in the govt still stand up for what is right and consider non-Sunni’s brothers. Your statement is full of horse manure.

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Islam and what it teaches as a supremacist religion rooted in Judaism and the behavior of muslims who adhere to it are two different things. So, you can speak of the supremacist nature of Islam but remember not all muslims behave as Mohammad and his criminal companions like the murderer Khalid ibn Al Walid who is known as the Drawn Sword of Allah. Shia consider the companions of Mohammad as criminals, believe the Quran is corrupted and are just shy of the obvious criticism of Mohammad himself which would negate all of Islam. The Sunni religion celebrates these criminal companions… Read more »
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@Syria and others. Syria, your information on Islam is inaccurate. Islam is not rooted in Judaism. And most Syrians are Sunni Muslims who are fighting for their Homeland. Your claim is that secularism is so great, well if this is so? then why did secularist create the Atom bomb? Over 500.000. People were destroyed in Nagasaki and Hiroshima under the banner of Secularism! sense the dawn of Secularism Man kind has committed horrible atrocities. Secularism is the principle of the separation of government institutions and persons mandated to represent the state from religious institutions and religious dignitaries. So far under… Read more »
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Oh James, again, sorry if i sounded like i am putting them all in one basket, the fact is i should have elaborated a little more, there is good and bad in all, but some sunni (excluding all in the SAA and the ones in the Ba’ath party and some others are good), again, sorry if i sounded like i was generalizing.

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@Bob Birk (Ibrahim)

You are precisely the example of an islamist who finds secularism your enemy. You need to study the religion, the prophet, his life and companions to learn the evils they committed but you may be of those who believe those evils are in fact good. Everyone distinguishes between the belief and the people who exercise free will, they are not one in the same, but your examples of secularism confuse the principles of secularism with what people chose to do. There is no secularist principle to kill, there is in islam.

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your words are spewing hate and poisonous effect, IS is never been a sunni and never represent Islam as a whole or partial. Zionist and Nazto are trying to deceive your naked eyes. They had this strategy of “Divide & Conquer” to make Sunni, Shia, Christian, Alawi and others to weakening them. Wake up!!!

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@ Hate to admit.
thank you. I think, Ibrahim has the mind of a 5 year old Boy who was told only bad stories about the Muslims. Ibrahim needs to grow up and stop sounding like a 5 year old.

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I always tought that Jawbar would have been the last of all rats strongholds in Ghouta but at this rate seems that Jobar could even fall before Duma. How is that possibile? And how is possibile that rats, in for example, Nashabiyah are still there and SAA isn’t able to advance while Douma is getting surrounded?

Anonymous
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Jobar is a part of Damascus and has been invaded at the beginning of 2013. Since then, it was one of the main parts of the front in Damascus. Fighting was very intense, Jobar is almost completely destroyed. It is amazing that the rats still control parts of it, considering the massive SAA efforts. Douma is not part of Damascus, much bigger and possibly harder to take, it did not make sense for SAA to attack it before clearing Jobar, Zamalka, Harasta etc. By the way: in August 2013, SAA started a massive attack on Jobar, the rats were desperate… Read more »
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Sorry, where are located Al’Ibb Farms and Al-‘Aaliya Farms ?

M
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If you can read Arabic maybe you can find it on this map for Us?
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=33.572044&lon=36.402855&z=14&m=o

While we are at it, can somebody translate what this is?
http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.932931&lon=37.650018&z=16&m=o

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woo hoo !!! cos Im happy when SAA exterminate subhuman cannibalistic wahhabi vermin !!!! Hope this is near the end of the fake jihadi ‘revolution’ and an end to the Syrian people suffering….Inshallah.Victory to the Syrian people and SAA….

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The original name for Qamishli before it was Turkified was Beit Zalin, or “house of reeds” which is the same meanibg preserved by the Turkified name. Kurds just fabricate history, and to make it sound Kurdish call it Qamishlo and claim it as one of three so-called Kurdish regions which together comprise the fabricated “rojava” or western kurdistan. The region and city has no Kurdish origin and all the while playing the homeless victims, the nomadic Kurds in fact made themselves homeless and stateless by allyibg themselves with the Ottomans to invade, occupy and subjugate the peoples of anatolia and… Read more »
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Syrian: You’ve got a case of the ass for the Kurds. So what?

Crypto Kurds Are Lurking Here
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Anonymous: nothing intelligent to say so you try to discredit history. I think you have it ass backwards for the Kurds, that is where you take it. Another Arklight Klotho Eltho who are kurds and crypto kurds supporting the occupation of syria and who cant post without claiming the YPG should be supported, and who claim Syria occupies Kurdistan instead of the other way around. Every Syrian is against you.

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Crypto, you’re full of shit like a Christmas goose.

Crypto
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Arklight: You cant distinguish one terrorist for another, one enemy for another with your calls for Syria to arm those who carry weapons against it and who claim its sovereign territory. Why not arm Israel to occupy the Golan to keep it out of Syria’s enemies hands?

You’re as big a whore as your mother every day of the week.

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very intersting history. I did not about this history, but was aware that ottomans used the kurds to commit the 1915 genocide against armenians.
When I suggested an allaiance between syria and kurds, my goal was to get back at the turks who are the real enemy.
Thank you for the history, and if possible please mention some references

Arklight
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Hey, Crpto – – bite me.

Fadi
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My first attempt at publishing a book. It’s not as I expected. But at least I did it. Everyone else is publishing anti-assad anti-hezbollah garbage. I figured i’d take one for the team and publish truth. . Now I ask you guys to go and download this o October 12th. I have set it to free promotion. Downloading is not enough though, pay attention to the zio-comments. . Like rats coming out of hiding. I need you guys to kick them in the nuts. Please review the book after you download it. . Remember it will be FREE on October… Read more »
Remix
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Who is Ernst Cole? Your pen name?

Fadi
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Yes!

Fadi
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Ernst = Germa Cole = Jew .. . Brilliant isn’t it?

Canthama
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Fadi, many thanks for this opportunity, will take it on the 12th, thank you for your generosity.

al Jarban
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I’ll download. Thanks!

Anonymous
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The same as all the above.

Chevi789

DT
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Fadi, I like your style – you have great big round ones of steel. Please upload this book to a P2P site like Kickass Torrents where people have the option of downloading anonymously (Amazon.zio.com requires your email – I don’t mind giving my email to this site or decent sites like PressTV or Al Manar, but I always think twice when giving it to zionist outlets!) – you will reach a hell of a lot more people on Kickass! – torrenting sites such as this HAVE made a difference; zionist hollywood is on it’s kness on life-support because of torrenting,… Read more »
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Could it happen that the Kurds and ISIS make war against Turkey?

Canthama
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Kurds may very well be, PKK has turned very soft due to Ocallan betrayal, so they may wake up with what is happening to YPG/PYD and fight the Turks again, PKK is labled terrorist organization, so let it be and terrorize the Turkish army.

ISIL is erDOGan’s Turkish army disguised, so they will never face Turkey, ISIL wounded rats are treated in Turkish public hospitals, who does that is not for its own soldiers. ISIL is Turkish invasion of Syria, the mean erDOGab found to e create the Otoman Empire.

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Canthama, please let me recommend Turdoghan as a more appropriate name for the dog you refer to.

Nobilitatis
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So true. I hope the Kurds understand finally and ally with the Syrian gouvernment.

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ISIS will take Arabounar (Ayn Al Arab) and then move on Qamishli. Barzani and the KRG will feign a protest but do nothing. The PKK will try to help. A Kurdish fedayeen will emerge trying to sneak across the border to infiltrate and the Turks will kill them while letting foreign jihadists pour in. The Kurds will respond and once Qamishli is either under siege or lost to ISIS, the PKK will realize Ocalan and Barzanji are both going to pay lip service to an insurrection in Turkey but do everything to stop it and will do nothing to jeopardize… Read more »
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You almost got me until you called Germany “main interventionist”. By the way, atrocities in the two last centuries do not justify crimes of today.

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Germany before WWII and after are two different animals. There is no denying their behavior before and during WWII, after they were divided until 1980s. They have since supported the US with military bases and logistics, democracy training of opposition groups and now are sending arms to Kurds.

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Do not reward the crime of genocide

Exactly, committing genocide less than one century ago does not justify claiming territory or even the individual properties that belong to those who you killed. To do so would be an accomplice and perpetuate the crimes. Kurds should abandon Syrian lands and return to their homeland beyond the Zagros. Nazi war crimes resulted in reparations and the return of stolen property with no statute of limitations. The genocide Kurds and Turks perpetrated was the prototype for the Nazi massacres of its own “undesirables”.

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Some nazi massacres (false and real ones) have been somewhat…umm…exaggarated and profiteered on by certain forces in this world..

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Powerful stuff, Syrian NOT. From my immense distance I see Syria as possible igniter for World War Three, as nearly happened in 1974. But the danger is that those who try to avoid this merely continue the stalemate. That merely gives avenues for those who want to be the winner who takes all. The truth is, there are too many players who have nothing to lose — Saudis, Khalifas, Washington neocons and Khazaris. They need to take some hits — there is no way around that. The American people are war-weary, but their regime could care less. I want to… Read more »
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great scenario! as I`ve suggested before 1-2 month here at syrper, syria, iran & iraq should ally with the (leftist) kurds such as YPG, PKK etc. as they represent the main fraction within the kurds. after clearing territorial claims and after exchanging their deepest condelations regarding the historical mistakes, the three souveriegn states grant the kurds parts of their territory for their independence BEFORE israel & the west will grant independence to the central-right fraction such as represented by barzani, which is anyway only the minor fraction of kurds. within 1,5-´3 years turkey, and such the NATO, will be divided… Read more »
Why so quick to surrender national sovereignty are you Assad?
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Syria does not occupy Kurdish land, Kurds occupy Syrian lands. Under no conditions should Syria recognize Kurdish, Turkish. Zionist or Hashemite claims to Syria or anyone else’s for that matter. The Kurds must agree to the boundaries of their proposed state that does not steal lands that never in history were Kurdish to begin with. If they do that, recognize officially the genocide and ethnic cleansing they perpetrated, abandon their false claims, evacuate regions that are not hitorically Kurdish, return stolen properties and pay reparations, then they will have established a basis for peaceful coexistence. If they continue with land… Read more »
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its not the question of territorial claims. its a question about globalism. in order to counter the ziofascist globalist dollar system, the regional powers have to win the public opinion, which is, according a general public understanding, to foster “democratic” values. so, to support the kurdish case. by this means, they will preserve, the regional self determination before the west will intervene, what the west will do through their ally israel anyway with the northern iraq center-right fraction. the west will gain world wide public opinion if they support a kurdish independence under the minor central-right fraction. and this is… Read more »
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if the west will gain the “independence” question of the kurds then it will look like this:

syria = divided into three = 1. old syria 2. part of IS 3. part of kurdistan.

if syria, iran, iraq will grant to YPK, PKK etc. the result will be:

syria = 1. old syria 2. a MINOR kurdish northern part + 2 parts of turkey (which is equal: less influence by NATO & israel terror throughout the region) + more power to iran + more self determination for the arabic nations.

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Hi Syrian, compelling stuff, tks

Pigmalion
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Fuck it . Nobody knows who is fucking who anymore. What an orgy!
Maybe Syria and Kurd will make war against Turkey.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Awesome!

Canthama
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A bit more seasoning and details on the Waadi Ayn Turmaa victory by the SAA that Ziad brought to us. It seems the new weapons received are doing a good job for the SAA in close combats at East Ghouta.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-liberates-vital-city-east-ghouta/

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Turkey’s Syria buffer zone idea not well received http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-10/11/c_127083306.htm ANKARA, Oct. 10 (Xinhua) — Turkish government’s demands for a no-fly zone and a buffer zone in areas bordering Iraq and Syria, two key conditions for further engagement with the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State (IS), have not been well received by most the country’s partners and allies. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan repeated the demands on Friday in Northeastern city Trabzon, saying that the fight against IS militants will fail unless ground offensive launched to complement air campaign. He listed three conditions for Turkish involvement, namely the establishment of a… Read more »
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Good news in eastern ghouta. I would not say the same for the south halepo and the south front of quneitra and Daraa..According the map of peto lucem tweet, today the rats captured sad’aya after fierce fighting .. While already have taken over the past few days the diman the qusutah, the abu tabah and zira’ah… circling menacingly the military base of safira..Yesterday, however, an attempt to occupy villages near the base repulsed with many rats killed..And now they turning to the mount Azzan.. However, the attacks were repelled and there yesterday..The other very worrying front, is the southern front… Read more »
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In my opinion, it is obvious that there are some front with more lack of resources than others in the sirian war. I think that´s why the military commanders of the SAA decided to pound East Goutha so hard. I´m sure they know that front requires a lot of effectives and they probably want to finish it as soon as possible to spread their forces so bussy in this moments with the current task to other places where they would very demanded as well. This reflexion would explain undoubtedly the fast advances and victories of the loyalists side in Rifh… Read more »
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Seems the УР-77 arrived.. and blasting them away at Jobar.

sandmann
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Eine gute Nachricht, ziad, danke.Auf nach douma, zamalka…. .schick die Kadaver nach Saudi Arabien, Türkei usw.

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Bogdanov says the establishment of a buffer and no fly zone as proposed by Turkey ‘could be discussed at the UN with the participation of all sides, including the sovereign state of Syria’. LOL. Exactly as i thought. The statement that a buffer zone and a no fly zone ‘should only be discussed at the UN’ is merely code word for the agreement between the different players amongst themselves on this issue, some idiots on here when they hear the phrase, ‘can only be enforced by the UN’, believe that this means it won’t happen due to the veto of… Read more »
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We need proofs&sources for your claims about Russia..

Roger
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Kurds and inofficial NATO ally IS would attack NATO member Turkey ? Seems unlikely..

Jason
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Iran worried about the security of Israel in case the US attacks Assad regime (repeat of Sept 2013): http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/11/iran-syria-israel-us-air-strikes-isis-assad

Iran, the supporter of the ‘resistance’, the fierce opponent of the Zionist entity at the end of the day is concerned that Assad will seek to obliterate Israel in case of coming under American attack. LMAO. When it comes to arms as opposed to propaganda the Iranian political leadership are a bunch of amateurs at best, at worst they are collaborators in ‘remaking’ the new Middle East.

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the article does not say Iran is worried about Israel security, the article states that Iran warned the US about the implications of an attack by US/NATO on Syria aimed at toppling president Bashar Al Assad. It is a veiled threat whose meaning is that in case Syria is attacked Syria’s retaliation would be mainly on Israel.

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Hey Jason boy, are you quoting from the same Guardian that embarrassingly misquoted Ahmadinejad wiping israel off the map? No where in the article was it mentioned that ‘Assad will seek to obliterate Israel in case of coming under American attack’. What you did was to interpret the article based on your own coloured judgement, and then extend your biased conclusion to ‘Iranian political leadership are a bunch of amateurs…bla bla bla…” I think, at best, you are a troll, at worst, you have no substance. LMAO.

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Again, J. you’ve got it backwards.
A year ago, when Barack O’Bola threatened to carpet-bomb Syria, and Nato fired 2 cruise missiles at Damascus, Iran’s first move was to state its first action should Syria be attacked would be TO STRIKE THE KHAZARS!
So though your claims here are just wrong, in a funny way, that is a real possibility. Iran knows it needs the Fatimid alliance, and will not wait till it is surrounded. A Zionist strike into Syria could well bring Iran to attack the Abomination.
Go Persians, say I.

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This is Great News. I am just very worried in regards to what the Turkish Government will do in the near future……..HOPEFULLY peace will be spread in the region soon…..

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ZIAD.. our friend BRandon Turbeville got on FOX and I do believe he plugged SYRPER

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Damn! That guy was good! Never thought I’d hear anything that sane associated with Fox News!
Thanks for the link.
Brandon seems to have lifted his game a bit — I could hardly stay with his meandering, when he spoke with Ziad.
There’s hope, even on the MSM!

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Fadi, tks for saring it, though long 40+ minutes it is worthwhile, it does recall Ziad’s interviews on radio, very informative and right on the money on and on. Worth listenning to, it is good stuff.

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News Analysis: ISIS rise likely to worsen situation of Egypt’s Brotherhood http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-10/12/c_127087599.htm CAIRO, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) — The rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) and the ongoing world coalition against the al-Qaida-inspired extremist group in the Middle East is likely to worsen the situation of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood group, said Egyptian political and security experts. Following the military removal of the Egyptian Brotherhood- oriented President Mohamed Morsi in early July 2013, after mass protests against his one-year reign, the new leadership has launched a massive crackdown on his supporters, killing hundreds and arresting thousands, and… Read more »
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This is a off topic news about Syria but once stretched it has some long term geopolitic implications for Syria. With the recent UKIP advance in UK, the latter participation in the EU will be put to a referendum for sure (UKIP has an opposite view on NATO’s under cover actions in Syria, it may change of course with NWO money, but now they stand against the status quo), then you have Catalonia referendum to split from Spain, which mean out of EU zone (another blow to EU, Catalonia is the richest province from Spain, the industrial hub), then you… Read more »
Roger
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“The implication should Italy’s goes on referendum to leave EU”

I read somewhere that Silvio was planning something similar (leaving EU and/or Euro to save Italy economy), then there was suddenly a media campaign against him, he was smoked out and replaced by the Goldman-Sachs guy… (not to say Berlusconi was perfect)

Canthama
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More vocal support to the final recognition of the Palestinian State, their chances are very strong to get their old dream. In the world of the geopolitics, action always come with a reaction, maybe the coalition of the killing will get some political defeat after what they are doing to Syria and Iraq.

http://en.ria.ru/politics/20141012/193984015/Russia-to-Back-UN-Security-Council-Resolution-on-Palestinian.html

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the whole world is focusing on Kobani by western news. if SAA can manage to strike ISIS from behind that would mean a great bang for the public to wake up and start recognizing Damascus effectiveness in combat IS. But it can’t happen soon since Alleppo must be fully secured first… to free manpower. So could someone predict if Kobani falls what’s next move for NATO/Turkey? Will there be intervention of Turkey or just daily useless bombing like usual.

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Just in:

According to FARS Salma has been captured by the SAA this in combination with 2 other villages.

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Ziad, is it true?

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930720001125

Salma has been liberated?

That would be a moral boost, and maybe a bit more than moral since when the entire Salma province will bee clean, we could see some advances towards Jish Shigour area.

Anonymous
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Its about time. For too long the terrorist group in Salma sticks like a poisonous thorn in the holy Latakiyan flesh. Time to annihilate the infection.

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i might sound pessimistic but this is my observation : with every gain that is made by the Syrian army it seems a new frontline is being opened. After the liberation of al-Ghouta the takfiris will open a new frontline and this time in Lebanon. You can see the signs, it starts with the propaganda we saw at the beginning of the Syrian crisis : video’s of so called soldiers defecting, and the Takfiri preachers hyping up a young male audience into war. There is a chance Lebanon will get it’s own section on Liveleak soon. Sisi is someone who… Read more »
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Freeman, you are certainly right. This might aim to collapse the will and morale of the Syrian people and their forces. Its that old “balance of power” game we saw so often in history. The British Empire did this to continental European States for a long time and here we see it on a smaller scale with Syria. However not all places in Syria have the same strategic value. The loss of the East Ghouta means that the “coalition” loses the option for a total victory and the takeover of Damascus. If this happens the “coalition” would have basically wasted… Read more »
Ejnar Ekström
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Thank You mr Ziad for a highly informative blog about syrian matters.

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