TURK RAT TERRORISTS COWER UNDER THE HEELS OF THE SYRIAN ARMY; 59 TERRORISTS DIE AT ABU HADEED

ميداني

 

HOMS:

 

Al-Wa’er:  The SAA no longer negotiates with these mostly foreign terrorists.  Yesterday, the SAA assaulted fortifications and demolished them in preparation for the major assault we expect to start in the next 14 days.

 

 

Al-Mushrifa:  An attempted infiltration by Nusra rats from Al-Sa’en in the direction of Talbeesa met with the usual abject failure:

  • Muhammad Al-‘Abboodi
  • Waasif Mallaah

The other 8 were all foreigners.

 

Umm Sharshooh area:  The number of dead Nusra hyenas here exceeds 40 based on reports from Wael.  A pickup with 23mm cannon was also destroyed.  The area is very fragile right now and no effort to assess the scene has been made.

 

‘Ibb Al-Ghajar  A bulldozer and 2 vans were destroyed or disabled.  All the terrorists were foreigners, mostly Iraqis, Jordanteezians and some Palesteezians.  No names.

 

Al-Shaa’ir Mountain and Jadhal Gas Field:  8 ISIS vans loaded with both terrorists and weapons were annihilated by SAAF followed by artillery and infantry.  A real setback for ISIS here.  A pickup with 23mm cannon was also reportedly destroyed by SAAF.

 

 

ميداني

 

Fighting reported here: Al-Shindaakhiyya, Mannookh, Jibab Hamad

 

Abu Hadeed:  A sterling operation by SAA and NDF resulted in Nusra and Jabhat Al-Islam rodents finding themselves surrounded.  They dug in behind pickup trucks, vans and stolen cars.  The field commander requested SAAF assistance which came in the form of a Hind helicopter gunship which unleashed a maelstrom of lead and fire destroying many of the vehicles which were already loaded with ammunition and petrol.  The scene was one of pandemonium mixed with confused screams emanating from the burning rodents.  Once the scene was secured, security personnel were called in to assess the scene, especially in identifying dead Syrian rats.  Here are the only ones out of the 59 carcasses counted:

 

Al-Rastan:  At Saareeku Street and also at the railroad tracks.  Wael and SANA report many foreign rats killed.  I have no details.

 

Waadi Al-Kahf:  The SAA was proactive here, attacking a nest of Obama rodents.  No details.

 

Waadi Al-Samarmarr:  Confirmed 8 rodents killed here near Al-Qusayr.  The SAA again attacked a moving pack of rodents.

Leith sends this photo showing a stinking Turk murderer confabulating with ISIS terrorists somewhere in Turkey.


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Frank Reitzenstein
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phew! A stinking Turk! I was wondering what the smell was!

Melik Ric
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Some great SAA/SAAF operations reported here which continue to whittle down the numbers of the jihadis and to lift my spirits when I hear of their success. That photo of the smiling Turk soldier with a bunch of Salafist, sub-human, beheading enthusiasts is more telling than any amount of press releases from the Turks about how they are “concerned” about the situation in Kobane or anywhere else in Syria. To me they are two sides of the same coin. Perhaps all the “liberal” half wits in Europe who try to bully everyone in to having the Turks as members of… Read more »
Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Turkey should never be in NATO. NATO will never have to worry about states outside the member countries. This is a major defect that harms Europe. I already wrote here that neither the state will not criticize NATO as Europe’s bag of different fears. Therefore, there is no political party that has a program to reform NATO. No one to vote for.

vic the whip
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And the Turks will never be accepted in the middle east.Their history is too gawdy for anyone to swallow.However for now Europe can have them as their slave

Nobilitatis
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The membership of Turkey in NATO is necessary. Otherwise already several times NATO would have to wage war on Turkey on behalf of Greece. That both countries are members avoided war not only once.

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Arklight
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Jo: Nowhere in the article does Turkey offer to donate Turkish real estate for this buffer zone. If it’s such a good idea, why not?

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As you know my country Amerika doesn’t need F$$$$$$ donated of land we just take what we want or then again only Syria has to give Amerika land so they can give to the murdering tribes of israel.

One other thought this is Kerry talking after all, no brain just a mouth;)

Anonymous
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you see i know i am anonymous and can’t claim “i told you so”, but “i told you so”. this is the whole plan for the US and her allies to create a Sunni land from parts of Syria and Iraq. These lands will be called buffer zone or demilitarized zone or some other fancy humanitarian sounding name to make it easy to sell it to the clueless public. Here though I have to give great congratulations to the oily fiefdoms of the Persian Gulf for managing to give more Arabian/Muslim land to non-Arabs and non-Muslims. If I was a… Read more »
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” Leith Abou Fadel @KeepingtheLeith
Great news in Aleppo! Syrian Army liberates all of the Handarat District & Babinnis; Terrorists repelled in Safira”
http://t.co/Sz6mFo6PgC

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Interesting. I have the impression that the goal is not Allepo encirclement. The aim is perhaps a railway junction in Al Muslimiyah.

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Good update. To top off that picture of a turkish military man hanging out with HER Isis boyfriends. Note the truck they are in. That is the unmistakable 4×4 logo of a ford super duty truck. See file photo. http://images.gtcarlot.com/gtgallery/63770331-640.jpg If it were a hilux or a shartsubishi or a kia, then one could wonder. A Ford F series comes from America with pride, helping the war on terror.. Those are made and sold in the US, so there isn’t a mystery where it came from. In other news, see link for article. A fairly good, fairly detailed article talking… Read more »
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iran has warned turkey about occupying syrian territory. a no fly zone is pure fantasy. ain’t going to happen. turkey is destroying itself.

Kjel
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A village just east of Douma was taken according to Facebook. Just some buildings on the northern fringes of this big town. A day earlier they claimed a cleaver love junction in Zamalka was captured. Also, since the truce in Harasta has ended, how is the situation there. Can the SAA take another front line? Also, i forgot the name, they report the capture of the town just south of the infantry college in Aleppo (something with a B). Can you confirm that one. Also they say they progressed at Sayaf but met considerable resistance at Handarat Camp. Up to… Read more »
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Canthama
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Kjel, will try to help a bit. The name of the town south of the infantry academy is Babinnis, and it was liberated. There is no rat gains in Qalamoun, just continous attempts to enter Syria from Lebanon, daily I mean, and it is a killing ground, full of Hizbollah fighters and NDF folks, so far no village was ever claimed by rats, Falita area is the one with intense attempts due to proximity to Arsal in Lebanon. We have talked about Al Safirah rat advance, this is clearly an attempt to divert SAA troops from northern Aleppo and from… Read more »
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I can answer to some (not all) of your questions. Yes a small village east Douma has been captured (“Al-Rayhan”). Only confirm from pro-gov sources. Yes, Babinnis has been liberated as well.As above no confirm from pro-rats .The resistence here is strong but not as crazy and desperate and senseless as in other contests like Jobar, Homs countryside, Hama province. Probably as you have said due to the counter-offensive in Al-Safira to distract SAA troops from the North and cut the main SAA supply lines. Same here, I have read reports of some rat offensive in Qalamoun with some successes.… Read more »
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Caldaia, In jobar almost the whole city is in the hands of the SAA..The dzhesh al-islam and al-sham azhnad, having big losses, managed to escape to the east .. Those who are left caught up and continue the resistance is the group of dzhebhat an-nusra ..they desperately seeking assistance of dzhesh al- islam, but their leader zahran allyush knowing the situation, today again refused to send help to jobar…And so on Duma region of Tel-kurdi and Al-reihan is already in the hands of SAA..in Kelyamun the last days the group an-nousra have had some success at the checkpoints of hesbollah… Read more »
Canthama
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Anon, good info, pls keep them coming.

Anonymous
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the name of the battalion leader of Jabhat Al-Nusra, is Mohammad Daweedeh Khalil, was killed during the Hezbollah attack…

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The Turks may maintain their status on oil-smuggling revenue, while letting IS win over Kobane.
Their demand of a no-fly-zone and the setback for the Kurdish independence movement might strafe the USAF first, beside the accusations of supporting PKK by aiding PYG.
http://www.ekurd.net/mismas/articles/misc2014/10/syriakurd1472.htm
Let SAAF in combination with SAA and NDF do the task of kicking IS-butts after delousing Aleppo.
PYG always only wanted to preserve the Kurdish populated regions under their control. Besides that, the integrity of Syria was of no interest for them.

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Nobilitatis
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Please mind the difference: The People Protection Units are YPG. The political party similar with PKK in Turkey is PYD. The YPGs are made up of ALL Kurdish parties in their respective local regions. Additionally are coming PKK fighters to aid the YPGs under fire.

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Also I would like all take a look at the new map of Aleppo from Peto Lucem.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem

Bold move from SAA.
It seems they’re attacking on two fronts: one aiming to joint with Nubbol and Zahraa and the other one going straight to the Army Base and then to Kafr Hamra. Is the attack towards Nubbol a distraction or SAA really ait to joint with that garrison in the North to stop definitely the jihadists spam to Aleppo from Turkey?

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Hey Anon, seems like the SAA is trying to broaden the controlled area by attacking the Infantry School to the north too via Babinnis. If they can take the Infantry School and Al-Muslimya they might move forward toward Nubl and Al-Zahra. This would be a critical move as they could free up those 2 towns with their battle hardend defenders, cut the “moderate livereaters” territory in half and establish a connection with the Kurds too in the Afrin area. Who knows what ISIS is planning next? Although i think another attack on the Kurds would be too obvious but you… Read more »
Canthama
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Hi Watcher, it seems rats’ southern Aleppo front collapsed already, see Leith’s article below. http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-captures-west-handarat-farms-babinnis-ahrar-al-sham-offensive-safira-repelled/ The northern Aleppo strategy may have several layers. 1) NE advance toward the Infantry College may have the intention to protect the whole Industrial city which seems to be booming now with new investments and people returning to work. Thus it needs a wider net of protection. 2) The NW push toward Handaraat village and beyond aims to release the two besieged towns for sure, cut rats contact with the northern Turkish border and liberate all key towns in the circle, mainly Anadan. 3) What… Read more »
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Good move… it will cut off the rebels from the west and the east. So then they can let the IS finish the ones in the east and the SAA can concentrate on kicking butts in the west, this is, from latakia to aleppo. SAA can deal with the IS after defeating the FSA, wich will be harder to defeat, since they are being supported by the west. IS will fall to the coalition or to the kurds, when this last ones, try to retake what has been lost. They will obligate the IS to defend taken territory, for that… Read more »
Klotho
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The USA is arming and training the socalled “moderate” terrorists somewhere in Jordania or Saudi Arabia for to fight against IS or in fact SAA. And the USA propaganda will produce fake information about the fight against IS, but infact they want to battle with the SAA. So watch out, from the Jordanian border or Golan area there will be soon coming new freshly trained troop-terrorists.The USA announced it openly, I read it on a German online magazine. Do not underestimate the US-militarian strategy, they will now not send own troops, but foreign trained troops. It is the same tactic… Read more »
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Hi Klotho, you are certainly right but the attack from the Golan is already occuring. The “moderate” database (Al-Quaeda) fighters from Jordan are coming in regularly since over a year. There is also a try to attack again via the Qualamoun but Hezbollah seems to be able to fend off the Lebanese front althought there are losses too. Hezbollah also attacked IDF soldiers a few days ago. This is a signal to Israel that they are in for troubles if they continue with the open support for the idiot “moderate” beheaders. There are news that new “fighters” are trained in… Read more »
Anonymous
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Yeah I’ve been expecting a move to keep SAA from taking Aleppu since awhile. They hsve to. But no, they are going for the Kurds. Why ?

Anonymous
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Syrian website said that 20,000 fighters have come through Quneitra and are attacking SAA positions in the South of the country.

Arklight
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Anon. Okay, where’s the link?

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Free Syrian Army set to unite rebels in southern Syria: official Move will affect around 18, 000 to 20,000 fighters from around 65 opposition factions. Beirut, Asharq Al-Awsat—Efforts are underway to unite some 65 rebel factions under the umbrella of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) after Washington announced plans last month to train moderate militants fighting to topple the regime of President Bashar Al-Assad. “The plan would allow [rebel factions] to carry out operations against the Syrian regime in Damascus, facilitate support and prepare to receive training as announced by US,” a senior FSA figure Abu Ahmed Al-Asimi told Asharq… Read more »
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Anon: Because with two exceptions the full service border crossing held by Syrians are held by the Syrian Kurds. The rats need the traffic volume if they have any hope of winter supply in time, not to mention reinforcements, resupply of rations, ammunition, fuel, medical supplies and heavy weapons. The rats think that YPG will be easier to overrun than SAA will be to push back. The rats are pretty much road bound, so if the Kurds can get any air support, it could be a very bad time for the rats.

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Klotho: Trained in Jordan, I understand; it doesn’t matter, they’ll end up fertilizing Syrian fields and orchards which, I guess, provides some purpose for their existence.

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Hi Canthama, I think you would be best to ask but this is an open question. I am confused about talk on the internet about “Hezbollah Kurds” or “Kurds who support Hezbollah”. Is there a specific branch of the Kurds or a Kurdish militia that is allied to the Resistance? Thanks and Go SAA!

Canthama
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Hi Peter, there anre many Kurd branches spread out through Iran, Iraq, Turkey, Syria and even few in Lebanon, they make up some 43 million people, but one can not make the mistake to think they are one group…as all in this planet they share same language, religion and culture but are different groups, as many examples throught he world. Having said that, though I am not aware of any specific alliance between one Kurd group with any Shia group, I would not be surprised though to see one, but as far as I know, there are use of the… Read more »
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@Canthama and Peter

Their is only one HEZBULLAH! and that is the Supermen who fight under the Command of the Grandson of the Prophet himself, Secretary General(Hassan Nasrallah)
Along with the Original, Shia brigades of Iran under the great high command of the late, Imam Ruhollah Mostafavi Moosavi Khomeini.( May god be pleased with him).
The term Hezbullah is a term of honor and it has to be earned it is not to be taken lightly!
Kurds, Yazidies, and Sunni’s do not apply!

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The Turkish Hizbollah (mind the different spelling) is a sunni islamist group created most likely from the Turkish gouvernment as a killer force against PKK members. It is armed by the Turkish secret service and enjoys protection. In the current conflict they feel as brothers of ISIS and fight together with them, supported by the Turkish gouvernment on every field (arming, training, logistics). While PKK fighters at Kobane are going to detention if the border guards get them the “bearded guys” are transported to the border in full arms.
They are enemy of Hezbollah and shiite Kurds too.

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their is no such thing as Sunni or Turkish hezbullah ! Absolutely no such thing!

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dudleydoright911
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UKRAINIAN BOMBSHELL NEWS! THe downing of MH-17. Recall the west blamed russian backed separatists and said that a buk missile was used. Evidence pointed to the plane being downed by canon fire from an SU25 of ukrainian airforce origin.

A new report claims some passengers were WEARING OXYGEN MASKS. They would not have had time to do this if it was a SAM… so here we go false flag.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-10-09/mh-17-false-flag-exposed-after-revelation-passenger-was-wearing-oxygen-mask

Arklight
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Dudley: there was also a mention of this on RT, but it’s good to know that the Ukies are nailed good this time.

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I did mention that i noticed many perfectly round holes which do not look like a missile strike, but i also think there was a missile strike after shooting it .

Arklight
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Chevi: Early on the right engine was found to have damage consistent with and air-to-air missile, and atypical of damage from a SAM.

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Iran trying to convince Turkey to intervene in Kobani Ankara, however, has called for alliance with moderate Syrian rebels to push back jihadists, oust Tehran ally Assad BY AFP October 9, 2014, 11:33 pm “Iran will take any action to help the Kurdish (people) of Kobani in the framework of the support that it provides to the Syrian government to combat terrorism,” Deputy Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdollahian said, quoted by the official IRNA news agency. But Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said after meeting the head of NATO that it was “not realistic” to expect Ankara to “lead a… Read more »
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Lurk: A bit puzzling, since Iran has already warned Turkish military crossing into Syria and, dumb as the Turks appear to be, they certainly do not want, nor can they afford, the risk of bringing in both Russia and Iran military forces. Turkish proxies are about the only way out for them, if they actually do anything at all.

Symptoms of schizophrenic journalism
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Symptoms of schizophrenic journalism

What can say? it’s the time of israel consistently peddling Contradiction,delusion and confusion.

Iran warns Turkey over military presence in Syria
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Iran warns Turkey over military presence in Syria

Iran has warned the government of Turkey against possible military intervention in Syria as ISIL Takfiri terrorists close in on the Syrian town of Kobani near the Arab country’s border with Turkey.
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said on Thursday that Tehran and Turkey are in consultation over the situation in the Kurdish city, noting that the Islamic Republic has warned Turkey against ground operations in Syria.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2014/10/09/iran-warns-turkey-over-military-presence-in-syria/

Canthama
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Good article by Pepe Escobar on Iran nuke deal, Russia, US, EU and Syria, worth reading it, much to happen until Nov 24th when the suppose nuke deal with Iran and the 5+1 is targeted to happen.

http://rt.com/op-edge/194592-iran-us-nuclear-isis-rouhani/

Canthama
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Excellent article by Leith, a

Canthama
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Sorry for the typo. Excellent article by Leith Fadel, a must read, info on SAA possible strategies in northern Aleppo and great news on south of Aleppo, rat advance toward Al Safirah was repelled and lost most of the ground they have conquered since Monday. We can make some preliminary conclusions that the SAA and NDF are planning carefully the northern front, working in two opposite directions are indeed weakening rat’s response and re supplying, I bet their front lines are thin and poorly re supplied, maybe we are seeing how over stretched are the rat lines nowadays in the… Read more »
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As of Monday, the As-Safira District is under attack by ‘Ahrar Al-Sham militants, who are trying to cutoff the Syrian Arab Army’s main supply route to the province of Aleppo. Militants were successful during the advent of their offensive; however, since Wednesday, the SAA and NDF have conducted sweeping operations in Al-Barzaaniyya, Al-Zara’a , Bashkawi, Banaan Al-Hass, Kafr Akkar, and Al-‘Adnaniyya, recapturing villages lost to ‘Ahrar Al-Sham. Violent firefights are still ongoing in Aleppo, with the rebels focusing on the Khanasser countryside.. On the Handarat front, the Syrian Arab Army is now in complete control of the farms in the… Read more »
Ukraine As A Syrian Bargaining Chip
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Ukraine As A Syrian Bargaining Chip

ozseptic you mutt,May i suggest you watch listen and learn.

Ozsceptic
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Ukraine as a bargaining chip: (who hides behind many names) – Thank you, I have watched it. I have been viewing good old Morris since you were in nappies! I was watching Morris while NATO was having a bomb-fest in Libya … with Russia’s permission, of course! In this video, poor Morris barely gets a word in (funny, it’s usually it’s the other way around). He was able to interject, once: “but Russia hasn’t done anything!” Morris sounded as skeptical as me. While this subtle, diplomatic game of chess, full of ‘nuances’ that the speaker eluded to continues, Novorussia stagnates… Read more »
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as they say” you cant teach an old dog new tricks “

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Scathing Obama Bumper Stickers Pop Up Around The Most Unlikely City

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=d85_1412905086#lc5zj2HRKRAopS4m.99

Arklight
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Whoa! Wick – ED! I love it!

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Ziad, thanks for the impeccable reports.
interesting article from RT, new info on ISIS’ backers — and Sharmine Narwani enlarges on SAA strategy, and the history of Hafez Assad’s 1979 Hama victory. What do you make of it?
http://rt.com/op-edge/193848-syria-isil-assad-history-usa/

ziad
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the only reason for any turkish involvement in Syria is to trigger a reaction from Assad,,what else could there be? there certainly not gonna fight there own creation (isis) specially since it will bite them on there own soil,and there not gonna help the kurds(for obvious history) so what else is there but to go in and pretend to fight isis like the US is doing while trying to establish a no fly or buffer or safe zone or whatever label they put on it in order to provoke,,what other logical explanation is there in creating this zone? if anything… Read more »
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.Nigel Farage: UKIP Is On A Roll
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.Nigel Farage: UKIP Is On A Roll

This is an extraordinary day for British politics. The old two-party system is fractured if not broken apart.
No army can withstand the strength of an idea whose time has come.

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I think this is like POKER! USA&NATO want that Turkey fight whit IS. Turkey is now bluffing that he want fight whit assad the kurds and all other groups or he will not go inside syria! but the thing is he realy dont want to go to syria because IS is doing his job for Turkey why should he fight whit them?

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No. Erdogan suggests the Kurds to join the FSA and to oust together with him the gouvernment of Syria. In that case the Turkish army would interfere against IS with ground forces but only together with NATO. It sounds ridiculous.

Ozsceptic
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Open question:
Press TV : “The Qatar government supplied two shipments of Chinese-made FN-6 to #ISIL militants in #Syria.” https://www.facebook.com/syria24english
Why does China continue to supply arms to Qatar, knowing as they must, what they are going to be used for? Stupidity, treachery, greed, naivety? … or more subtle games of political chess that is way beyond the understanding of simple ‘mutts’ like me?
Explanations, anyone?

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I don’t think that ‘Daesh’ is a serious problem for most of Syria or southern Iraq but for NATO, because it runs counter its propaganda narrativ of a western community of shared values which would be commited to fight such a group, and for the gulf monarchies, for which the air gets actually very thin. A good situation to force them to switch, at least partially, sides.

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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long concract?

Ozsceptic
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Hmm… One honest, sensible question … no responses but 3 thumbs down!!?
What has happened to this site?

Anonymous
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It’s a wonder to me to OZ, although i understand your query i think it is because it looks like you’re putting shit on China, problem is people need to see like all other countries china needs to make money.

Arklight
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Oz: The FN-6s which the Qataris gave to ISIL may be old stock, or more recently delivered items from an extended contract. Without more details it’s hard to say.

Boiler Room
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What is the russian rationale for selling advanced anti-aircraft artillery weapons to Iraq? For what purpose does Iraq need such weapons or what is a possible scenario in wich Iraq would need such weapons?

Arklight
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Boiler: The delivery was probably to fill a previous contract; entered into after the Americans left. The ISF will never see these weapons outside of the shipping containers because the Americans will confiscate them and turn them over to ISIS/ISIL.

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