GENERAL AL-FURAYJ IN AL-MAWREK REVIEWS FORCES; SYRIAN ARMY DEVASTATES SAUDI APE-RATS IN LATAKIA

الفريج من مورك: ماضون في اقتلاع جذور الإرهاب وإعادة الأمن لسورية

HAMA:  Lt. General of the Syrian Arab Army and MInister of Defense, Fahd Jaassem Al-Furayj, reviewed positions and conditions of SAA forces in Mork (Al-Mawrek), Hilfaayaa, Arza and Khattaab.  General Al-Furayj hails from a town in Hama called Rahjaan, so it must have been delightful to see the diseased, plague-ridden vestiges of the Saudi Arabian filth, Wahhabist microbes and other takfeeri vermin reduced to a memory in this area.  Khaan Shaykhoon is still contested, but, we believe that it will liberated completely in 2 weeks.

IDLIB/HAMA:

Al-Salamiyya area:  This city is home to Syria’s important Ismaa’eeli Muslim (Sevener Shi’it) citizens.  10 Nusra rats departed this world for a long sojourn in Satan’s microwave yesterday thanks to the SAA and NDF as the rodents were trying to infiltrate into the town of Al-Sathiyyaat.  All the vermin were foreigners from Turkey, Chechnya and Arabia.  No names available. All carcasses were cremated on the spot.

Jannat Al-Quraa:  (The most heavenly of villages).  An attempted infiltration to Mahambil Town on the Latakia/Aleppo Highway right at the foot of Al-Zaawiya Mountain was a total flop as the SAA savaged the ranks of the reeking rats killing 17 of them:

 

Mahmoud Al-‘Areedhi

Shaaker Mahfoozh

‘Abdullah ‘Ali Barakaat

Zuhayr ‘Awadhallah

Noor Sayqal

The rest were all foreigners with invalid papers.

Al-‘Arshoona near Al-Salamiyya:  More apes went to their favorite banana plantation in Salafi Hell.  Wael estimates the number of dead terrorists at 13.  I have no details.

Heavy fighting here: Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan near the cork factory,  Rasm Miyaat, Al-Buwayti Village, Kafr Laataa, Bisaamis, Saraaqib, Hallooz (my deceased mother-in-law’s home village), Al-Tanjara, Sirmeen, Jabal Al-Arba’een area, Balshoon.


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jo6pac
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Thanks for the updates Ziad over the last few days and to almost all commenters Thanks

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Nice one, hopefully the SAA can liberate East Ghouta fully as soon as possible, as that is the most important area that rebels occupy, so yep 😀

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Hi, I was just wondering how the SAA manages to keep up its armoured regiments. Im not trying to insult the SAA, but just like any war, you do lose armour, such as Tanks, APC’s, Shilka’s etc….
The SAA has lost a lot of armour, which no one can deny. I do understand they operate thousands of tanks, but surely they must be getting through them fast.

I was just wondering if Russia is delivering more armoured vehicles to Syria.

German
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The SAA never lose anything – only the Enemy lose Man and Weapons. Ziad has thousand Words to declare it like Hadschi Halef Omar Ben Hadschi Abul Abbas Ibn Hadschi Dawuhd al Gossarah beside of Kara Ben Nemsi in Karl Mays German Bestsellers. But Ziad has much more strong Words to learn – no Teacher in a School will teach such Words. The Facts. In the South it runs bad (some Days ago i have directly from Ziad learned. somthimg about the Big Surprise that started over 2 Years ago and that the Terrorist have not understand the big Surprise… Read more »
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Dear German so you like facts? So here is a fact for you. The Syrian nation due to their iron will, brave soldiers, loyal commanders and grace of God are WINNING THE WAR. unleashed upon them by the Wahhabi kingdom of death, their oily dollars and the rest of the colonial reactionary forces from around the globe. So here is a fact we like to know, What side are you on?

German
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Note. I’am since 2011 on the Side of the real Syrian People and i’am not on the SIde of the US and the Zionist Vasall or on the Side of the Saudis and Co. Thats even he Fact in Libya and Ukrain. Its all US and Zionist work. Please tell me something i don’t now. I like Facts and i read the MSM an Blogs and many alternative international Sides in the Web. I wish Syria to win against the US, the arabian Despots and the Zionist and their created Terrorists (What ist the NSA and Co. doing? Battle the… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Dear German, we know there are casualties on both sides, and like in any war the amount of real losses is never stated, so if say Ziad says 10 SAA died there would be a flurry of morons claiming more died than what was said, then also it would make the terrorists know how many their litter mates killed.

But thanks for your support for us Syrians, it is appreciated greatly.

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German: Expats are, all too often, manipulated – – even by people who are not very good at it. When the expats were shut out of the Syrian national elections by US, EU and so on, I think it gave them a big enough jolt to realize that they had been played. Nobody likes that.

Arklight
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Anon: In the early days SAA lost an horrific number of tanks and crews by sending them out on suicide missions, but SAA has learned how to fight its tanks and cut the losses way down. I’m not sure, of course, but I think the main cause for depleted numbers of various armor in the field is due to fair wear and tear as well as breakdowns. Russia has sent a number of T82 (Syrian designation, so don’t whine about what they’re called) tanks, and I think loads of spares for armor in Syrian inventory. I don’t know about APCs… Read more »
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Tanks can be repaired… Only if there is no total loss, in terms of car insurances. This last one, happens when the ammo inside the tank lights up and the turret goes pufff, flaying 20 meters up in the sky, but this is not the general case (thank god), and the tanks hit, only have a small hole left by shape charges on their armour, that can be repaired quickly. Of course, you need a lot of spaire parts to replace those important things damaged in the inside and you will need to clean the inside, when the mess is… Read more »
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Juanito: I think that there are variants of the TOW, but that the ERA modules and fender skirts go a long way toward protecting the tank and crew. The M4 Sherman was a medium tank, outclassed by so much of the German armor until the change to the 76 mm high velocity tube, and then it wasn’t a very good match for the late Panzers, let alone the Tiger and King Tiger. You are right about the T55, though – – not much place for that in a tank-on-tank fight but, it’s doing yoeman’s service as infantry support and mobile… Read more »
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T 82s have turbines I think, the Russians want to get rid of them. Not good tanks at all, while t90s are said to resist the tows even without reactive armour – I think the Indian army bought some and tested them, they are composite. So those would indeed make a difference. But then, tanks do get lost and nobody wants the 90s to turn up in rebel hands I guess. In this kind of war, that’s an important factor. the bad thing is that tanks are almost exclusively used in street fighting, and they are exclusively not made for… Read more »
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Anon: I’ve watched videos of Syrian tanks in the attack, urban warfare. Early on it was heartbreaking to see a T55 tasked, by itself, to deal with hardened rat positions; inevitably the tank and crew were lost. SAA learned, the hard way, how to fight its tanks, and now use them as originally intended, to support infantry. It’s almost a treat to watch recent operations with infantry moving forward with the tanks backing them up with direct fire on enemy positions, or the T55s sited on high ground acting as mobile artillery. Admittedly the tank cannot be utilized well as… Read more »
juanito perez
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Thank you. I don’t really now how much the regular solider gets paid, but I have heard that the job is not badly paid, of course comparing their salary to the rest of the civilians. Anyways, I get to think sometimes that there are some sort of restrictions on imports of army materials like ballistic vests, harnesses, helmets, chest-riggs, tactical belts, tactical pants, smocks, etc. because I have never seen them using new gear. Again, maybe it’s not usual for them, or there are some sort of stupid orders prohibiting the use of self bought, civilian provided, army materials. They… Read more »
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Relative to the strategy of sending tanks inside urban enviroment, I personally think that we need to rethink the dogmatic view on not sending tanks inside urban areas. It shourly is not a good idea to storm enemy positions with tanks as a breach tool, but if used to take out well reenforced positions, we need to admit that they are acomplishing their original role, this is, taking war out of the metaforic mud that was WW1.

Anonymous
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Yeah, Sorry about DC and Ottawa 😉
And Canberra.

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When it comes to liberating places such as Al-Raqqa. surely the only people left living there are ISIS and ISIS supporters. Will the SAA just bomb the city to the ground with SCUD missiles, as it makes sense…

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Personally (and many would vote me down on this) i reckon raze the whole city to the ground, why? i suspect this is full of ISIS supporters and the moderates have been killed anyway.

Arklight
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Chevi: Shame on you. You know better than to fall for normal clusterfuck of ‘conventional wisdom’.

juanito perez
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ahaha so true.
I guess we all fall under the table some times…

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Chevi, I heard there was one bad guy living somewhere in your city: I do not understand why doesn’t the air force simply raise the whole town to the ground and get that sucker? I will “write-off” your rash comment on your lack of experience, inability to understand this conflict, or others for that matter, and your inability to put your self in the shoes of 10’s of thousands of families in Raqqa, who must pretend to be pro-whomever, so they buy themselves another day or two. There certainly are many bad people there… but, if you take out everyone,… Read more »
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You are right. People who is slaved have to act as their slavers want to. They are just saving their life. Read: http://www.voltairenet.org/article186015.html

Arklight
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Anon: Chevi just got caught up in the moment. He’s usually sharper than a pointed pig turd, but he’s having an off day. A couple pints of better and a nap will see him right.

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I don’t think that’s true. there were some girls who went there and one of them had a camera and wet through the town and they talked to ISIS guys who told them things like “sister, your veil is not correct, we can see you face – please wrap it tighter” and so on. It was rather civilized, they were friendly. You shouldn’t do what the average Westerner does thinking about “Assad’s Army” – they think they’re all barbarians who rape babies and bomb civilians. Neither are ISIS, they are just religious nuts. They really believe in this stuff, they’re… Read more »
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I saw that video and sure, not every ISIS is a loony but they have a very high rate of mental derangement, criminality, ignorance (they are all heretic adherents of Wahhabism) and sexual depravity. A large number are child soldiers, who have no morals at all, just like Al-Shabab (‘the youth’) in Somalia.
‘Gang of Degenerates’ Horrific Confessions of ISIS Members
videos in Turkish, synopsis in English.
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=dd9_1409274313#ZWsR1j2V1FbHswpl.99

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Anon: People don’t like to be run out of their own homes. We already have reports of large numbers of citizens still living in enemy occupied cities and towns and, occasionaly, rising up and driving the enemy out. Syrian MI has solid commo with the people in most towns and cities, and they know what’s going on there, so how about we let SAA and Syrian command decide, based on their own intel, whether to flatten a town or not?

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The only thing they SAA will rationally have to avoid is giving the opposition new psy-ops propaganda material. Though, if they don’t give them any, and they rarely do, then the bastards still make something up anyway.
I’m not a defender of ISIS, nor of the people under their thumb who now rather smile at them obsequiously – humans are like that. Adaptive slime.
I have zero scruples, I’m not a humanist. I’m just trying to look at it rationally,
Yes, people do take them out when they get a chance – even in Iraq 😉

Arklight
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Juanito: SAA does task tanks for urban warfare, but they’ve learned very well how to fight them effectively. From what I’ve seen, SAA tasks both tanks and BTRs as infantry support, and both perform very well under current guidelines. I think that as drones come more on line as aerial scouts, SAA’s heavy and light armor in urban combat will become even more effective. The combination of aerial scouts, infantry, tanks and BTRs will be a righteous, righteous killing machine with consequent reduction in friendly losses. Just my opinion, of course.

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During His Crucial ISIS-Focused Trip to Turkey, Why Would the Vice President of the United States Meet With Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/anthony-j-limberakis/during-his-crucial-isisfo_b_6205700.html

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Pope Francis Trip to Turkey (video and transcript) http://www.pbs.org/wnet/religionandethics/2014/11/21/november-21-2014-pope-francis-trip-turkey/24657/ KIM LAWTON, correspondent: At the Greek Orthodox Church of the Archangels in Istanbul, Sunday morning worship unfolds as it has for centuries. Christians here say the ancient liturgy and the images that fill the sanctuary help connect them to the roots of their faith. Several books of the New Testament were written in what is now Turkey, and many foundational Christian doctrines were established here. FATHER VISSARION KOMZIAS (St. George Patriarchal Church): So the presence of the Christianity is from the very, very, very beginning. Here the Christianity starts and never… Read more »
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can someone elaborate what is happening in daraa? there are a lot of video’s showing that things are not going so good overthere and rat media suggest that they are opening a new front in the south of damascus. Big chance that this is propaganda like always, but something bugs me about this.

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Child soldiers become integral part of [NATO] ISIS’ army http://www.wtsp.com/story/news/nation-now/2014/11/23/isis-child-soldier-army/19441335/ BEIRUT – Teenagers carrying weapons stand at checkpoints and busy intersections in Iraq’s second-largest city, Mosul. Patched onto the left arms of their black uniforms are the logos of the Islamic Police. In Raqqa, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria’s de facto capital in Syria, boys attend training camp and religious courses before heading off to fight. Others serve as cooks or guards at the extremists’ headquarters or as spies, informing on people in their neighborhoods. Across the vast region under Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS, also… Read more »
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NEXT TIME PROVIDE A LINK, i am skipping over all these long winded posts, gees, just a brief description and a link will do.

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This is basically what that Kurdish “leader” recently said, who proposed that IS could mobilize at least 200.000 men – part of them could be children. So what ? NATO will still love them better than Assad, pedophilia is only forbidden IN the West. IS has a different point of view, 12 year olds are men. They can shoot and get killed all right, kids are vicious soldiers in large parts of Africa. We are used to seeing children as angels, till all of a sudden at eighteen they are – who could have expected that ! Big, dangerous motherf**kers.… Read more »
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Real pressure must be exerted on terror backers: Syria’s Assad http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/11/23/387244/syria-urges-pressure-on-terror-backers/ “The defeat of terrorism…requires…applying real pressure on those implicated in financing, arming and facilitating the actions of the terrorists,” Assad told a Russian parliamentary delegation on Sunday. The Syrian president added that he is grateful for Russia’s constant support for his country. Russia has been a staunch ally of the government of President Assad throughout the Arab country’s conflict. Assad’s remarks come as a high-level Syrian delegation plans to meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow to discuss a possible relaunch of peace talks with foreign-backed opposition. The… Read more »
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‘British [NATO mercenary death squads] ISIL militants much more than official estimate’ http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/11/23/387243/mp-2000-british-extremists-in-syria-and-iraq/ 2000 British extremists have joined the ranks of ISIL militants in Syria and Iraq so far, that’s according to a UK Muslim MP. The estimate by Birmingham Labour MP Khalid Mahmood questions the official British government reports which have put the number at around 500. Mahmood has also revealed that there are radical groups in the UK being paid to invite young people to join the insurgent group. London-based political analyst Issa Chaer says “it’s of the interest of the British government to release as low figures… Read more »
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Here is an interesting take on what United Kingdom has become today.

“That gleaming beacon of democracy. That illuminating shimmer of human rights. That incandescent emanation of justice. That grand representative of the poor, downtrodden and marginalized…”

http://www.maskofzion.com/2014/02/anti-zionist-wit-vs-chosen-gutterisms.html

Arklight
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Anon: Good grief! Has Josef Goebles returned from the grave and moved to London?

Anonymous
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Read it, There’s lots of inflamed rhetoric, but the facts are just there.
I usually get the willies when people keep talking as if the only thing wrong with the word were Zionism when after all there’s only supposed to be 15 million Jews.
But still, the facts are there.

Arklight
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Anon: None of the Jews I know have the least desire to take over the world, any more than do the Muslims I know; granted that I don’t know a whole lot of either group, but we pretty much agree that when it comes to scotching the evil creatures in high places, there’s plenty of exorcism to go round. I don’t worry much about Jews and Muslims, but when I step inside the church on Sunday I immediately petition God to save me from other members of the congregation.

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Just What is Islamic State? http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article48330.html Eric Margolis writes: Sir John Baggot Glubb, better known as Glubb Pasha, was one of the modern Mideast’s most colorful and romantic figures. He and ‘Chinese’ Gordon of Khartoum were the last of the great British imperial officers. Seconded by Britain to its protectorate, the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Glubb built up its small Bedouin army, the Arab Legion, into the Arab world’s finest military force. Glubb’s Arab Legion would likely have defeated Israel’s forces in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War had Britain and Jordan’s double-dealing king Abdullah not blocked the Legion’s advance, as Glubb… Read more »
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Looking forward to see the big push on Khan Sheikhoun, it is no doubt a critical step into liberating Idlib from rats. By the way loved the “Ape-rat” designation….Ziad, tks for the up date.

Canthama
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Further details of the victory in Zibdeen during this weekend, with a bonus of the new map of East Ghouta. One can see the pocket in the southern East Ghouta being formed when the SAA liberates Marj Al Sutan. Rats’ terriroty in East Ghouta continues to shrink, there is no way back.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/east-ghouta-battle-map-syrian-army-captures-zibdeen-tal-al-rayan/#prettyPhoto

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This is why Israel can not live with a secular government in Syria

Israeli Cabinet moves to define Israel as Jewish

https://www.centralmaine.com/2014/11/23/israeli-cabinet-moves-to-define-israel-as-jewish/

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I have seen posts showing complaints/concerns of lack of progress of SAA, nothing further from the truth, one does not see progress by the SAA and its allies because does not want to recognize the outstanding performance in 2014 and in the last 2 months only, just to name a few : 1) Der Ez Zor – SAA about to encircle ISIL in the city. 2) Hasaka – advances all over by the SAA,NDF and YPG. ISIL is losing bad here. 3) Homs – Fights in the ol and gas fields – huge victory for the SAA and very large… Read more »
Alex
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Good summary of the situation! You are not as colorful as Ziad but you get the message accross. Thanks from North Carolina! .

Arklight
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Canthama: Most of us are pretty tickled at the progress made by SAA and partners but there are some who visit the forum only so they can complain. We have a saying here in the States that ‘So-and-so would bitch if he/she was hung with a gold rope.’

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CHEVI789
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I think you article could have gone a little more in depth, not to much but a little more.

desalinepop
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War would have been longtime over.
Esel creation was the Terror-Godfathers
last hope.
Under the heroic steadfastness of Syrian
defenders with help of its allies also this
new satanic terror construct is falling apart.

Thanks again to Ziad our front-running news-correspondent.

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Ziad, Leith reports about quick advances in Hanano Housing cutting off it from Jandoul Roundabout.
And what’s going on in E. Ghouta?
Seems Zibdeen was liberated, what’s the next step Marj al Sultan or a bold move to link it up with Douma? Likely the first one.

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Hi Sad, you can see that the SAA has some nice tactics applied in the East Ghouta. They advance by surrounding targets in an “U shape” and pressing the terrorists out of them. They leave one side open for them to flee. After that the terrorists find themselfe in a new “U Shape” and get pressed out again. This can take a bit longer but is way more efficent that launching huge attacks. You dont lose too much troops and if an operation goes wrong its not a big problem. Defenders at start like such an attack as they dont… Read more »
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US Vice President terms Turkey ‘regional energy hub’ !!! http://www.worldbulletin.net/turkey/148989/us-vice-president-terms-turkey-regional-energy-hub Joe Biden also welcomed an agreement between Iraq’s central government and its northern Kurdistan region over the management of oil exports, a step forward in a feud that has threatened the unity of Iraq. After years of friction, the two sides last week struck a deal in which Kurds will give half of their overall oil shipments to the federal government and Baghdad will pay overdue civil servants’ salaries in the region. “I was encouraged to see the recent interim agreement between Baghdad and Arbil on managing exports and revenue… Read more »
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Chevi and Ziad, your gonna love this one!

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2014/11/why-israel-and-us-love-kurds-let-me.html

My detractors will remain as such.

M K Bhadrakumar – 7 years ago in 2007 wrote a beautiful article, linked in that post above and an article from Pepe I left the link to yesterday in the previous post
Divide to conquer
duplicity and kurdish women as talking points

Arklight
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Penny: I really favor the Kurdish women in YPJ – – gun molls par excellence.

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Penny fails totally in seeing the differences between Kurds. She rants about PKK terrorists and thinks that Barzani is somehow the same. Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran – all the same to her. But in reality there is no antagonism between Barzani Kurds, Turkey and Israel. There is one between Barzanis men and PKK, between autonomous Iraq and the semiindependent regions in Syria. Which get no support from Israel.

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Nobilitatus: Penny is usually pretty objective and offers insightful posts well worth the read, but she’s got a bug up her about the Kurds. Some time ago we had a contributor who posted, in depth, about the various Kurds, sort of a ‘The Kurds, for Dummies’ basic primer. I saved it to my hard drive, about 2 days before my machine went Tango Uniform, but I’m searching the archives for the article, when I have time. The Syrian Kurds, even though they are citizens fighting Syria’s enemies, get no support from anyone, especially not from Syria. When I find the… Read more »
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Al-Qaida [NATO death squad terrorists] fighters attack 2 Shiite Syrian towns

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/23/c_133808680.htm

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Russia calls for cutting off financial support for ISIL http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/europe/europe/2014-11/22/c_127239517.htm MOSCOW, Nov. 21 (Xinhua) — Financial support provided for the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL) must be cut off, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said Friday, noting that the campaign should be based on the international law and respect for national sovereign rights. The ISIL has become the most affluent terrorist organization ever existed, as it not only receives financial support from outside, but also amass wealth through drug trafficking and oil proceeds from the sites it has seized, the Russian diplomat said. The group’s assets are… Read more »
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Dudley: Has the new cereal made it to Canadian markets yet?
Kellog’s Prostituties – – they don’t snap, crackle or pop; they just lay there and bang.

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