SYRIAN SENDS VEILED WARNING TO U.S. ABOUT AIR STRIKES

(Image: En.Ria.Ru.)

 

Most of you know that the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Emigration in Syria, Walid Mua’allim, is not tasked with following military developments.  Yesterday, the minister announced Syria’s acquisition of Russian-manufactured S-300 anti-aircraft missile batteries.  The curious twist to this is that Syria has had the S-300s since at least 2010.  Your editor saw them on the Syrian coast (they might have been decoys, of course) and the president, Dr. Bashar Al-Assad admitted to having them in an interview in 2012.

SyrPer believes that the recent expansion of U.S. airstrikes to include northern Idlib where American stooge terrorists like the SRF and Harakat Hazm are facing extinction at the hands of a newly formed alliance between ISIS and Nusra has caught the Syrian government off guard.  So far, the U.S. has not hit SAA targets.  That would be a red line for Syria and Russia and would trigger the Syrian/Iranian Mutual Defense Pact.  As a precaution, while the U.S. has not seen fit to renew diplomatic relations with Damascus, Mr. Mu’allim was instructed to make the announcement about the S-300s as a warning.

Russia does not sell its technology to anyone without preconditions.  One of those regarding the S-300s is non-use except in theater warfare conditions.  When the Zionist Air Force struck the facility at Al-Kibar on the Euphrates, many wondered how effective the Syrian air defense system really was.   The answer lies in the agreement with Russia about disclosing technology to the enemy unnecessarily.  Syria did not fire its S-300s at the Zionist aircraft.  One theory is that the radar system accompanying the S-300s was not turned on at the time for technical reasons.  SyrPer believes that keeping the system concealed from enemy information-gathering technology was the real reason.

SyrPer wrote an article about the U.S.’s new plans to get in through the back door what it couldn’t through the front.  It is happening now.   The U.S. appears to be using the plight of its terrorist allies in SRF and Hazm as an excuse to strike at SAA in the Idlib and Aleppo areas.  Mr. Mu’allim is telling the U.S. that such actions will have dire consequences.  It is the diplomatic way between nations which do not have formal relations.

This morning, the U.S.A.F. hit positions held by the Ahraar Al-Shaam terrorist organization in northern Idlib Province.  It is also hitting at ISIS and Nusra at Kinsafra and Dayr Sunbul where American “moderate” terrorists are awaiting certain annihilation.   Reports are also coming in of large-scale defections from SRF to ISIS further emasculating Ma’roof’s group.

In the meantime, we can confirm ground action by the SAA in Kinsafra yesterday where 24 rodents were killed and 4 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  All the carcasses were foreign.

At Al-Baarra Village, the SAA killed 17 rodents and confiscated a large stash of weapons and ammunition which will be turned over to the NDF for use in killing stinking Saudi apes.

Fighting reported heavy in these areas:  Al-Raami, Nahlayyaa, Al-Shaykh Idrees, Al-Tamaani’ah, Al-Habeet, Abu Al-Zhuhoor area, Billoon, Taftanaaz, Al-Lataamina. 


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Flanders
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For now, the SAA is profiting as well from those “coalition” strikes all over Syria. Question is: what when Syria wants them to stop when the IS & Co scumbags have been driven back into their caves to be exterminated?

hasnain zaidi
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For that it is necessary that SAA should leave ISIS and Nusra as 2nd priority and 1st priority is to kill completely all these so called Moderate Rebels.
It may be that US come up then with any other lame excuse, but it would still be difficult for US as it has already been exposed a lot.

Arklight
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hasnain: The USSA doesn’t care. It still thinks that it can win wars, 60 years of consistent losses not withstanding. Obola may be a Muslim Brother, but I’m sure that sometime during his masquarade as a church going Christian he has heard the Proverb, ‘Pride goeth before destruction, and a haughty manner preceedeth a fall.’ I’d guess that before he leaves office he will start a real war with Syria, staging in Iraq and Jordan, maybe Israel. I’ve no sympathy for any American who dies in such a war, nor anyone in the service of any of Uncle Shitheel’s bitches.… Read more »
Anonymous
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Your lack of education about how the US has brought about world changing positive changes in the last 60 years (such as the fall of the Iron Curtain and the Soviet Union) knows no bounds. Hundreds of millions of eastern Europeans now enjoy economic and religious freedoms that they only dared dream about under Communist rule. Certainly, the US has made some missteps but your constant delusional, rantings reveal a limited IQ and an even more limited appreciation of what this world would look like if not for the positive influence of the US. And if you truly wish death… Read more »
Anonymous
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“Hundreds of millions of eastern Europeans now ENJOY economic and religious freedoms that they only dared dream about under Communist rule” ???????

Enjoy?
Economic freedoms?

You must be a retarded american nazi-darwinist-capitalist , you have no clue what you’re talking about.

George
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Communism was organized and financed from London and New York by zionist jews who consider you nothing more than an other useless head in the herd of sheeple that populate large tracts of this planet. Your comment above proves the point.

George

Danny
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Mr. Anonymous, I’m an American , I am also Christian. I also agree with Arklight. This situatiation in Syria is not about Muslim against Christian or vice-versa. I love my country, America, But America is not doing right any more. This is a quote from a French philosopher in the early 20th century’….Alexis De Tocqueville….. “America is great because America is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.” ….I hope that you can come to understand this, Anonymous…. If Americans want to be “the light of the world, like they use to… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anon: Drink another gallon of the nice Kool-Aid, turn on MSM, and get anesthetized even deeper.

david
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economic freedom? lol. slaves to the european central bank, which in turn is controlled by the american fed. the end result for the europeans is debt, austerity, social unrest. and having their natural resources and public assets stolen by american corporations. who then charge those ”free” europeans through the nose for the same services they had for free before. muslim on muslim violence was no worse that christian civil wars. and two non islamic world wars. the american troops will stop the killing? lol. where have they ever done that? i do not want to judge you too harshly mate.… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: all the US has brought to the world in the last 60 years is War, Famine, Pestilence, Red Hell and Death; lets not forget unimaginable corruption, deceit and treachery. I’ve been right here as this country descended from the Gold Standard of honor, decency and trustworthiness to become merely the largest turd floating in the global cesspool. The American soldier displays breathtaking valor in battle, but is being played for a world class sucker; get yourself a copy of ‘Citizen’s Rulebook’ (about six bits, might find it free at a gun show), read it carefully, and think about it.You… Read more »
Alex
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I agree with your main points. I do think that five years ago the US failed to have Syrian experts on board who really understood the country and its leadership and accurately weighed all the options accurately. American style democracy is not transferable to the complex Middle east. People like Hilary Clinton and John McCain and a legion of others with their mindless speeches have made the US look irrelevant and out of touch with reality. And certainly, GW Bush’s invasion of Iraq was possibly one of the worst moves since Hitler’s invasion of Russia..
Saladin
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Your ignorance is an embarrassment. The US has inflicted incalculable harm and suffering upon the world. Almost everyone loved and admired the US a hundred years ago, but that was before the twentieth century of almost continuous warfare. Communism was instituted in Russia through a western financed coup, by the way. Lenin and Trotsky and the Bolsheviks were financed by western capitalists. And The US government apparatus today is largely controlled by Zionist and Rothschild financial powers. Anyone can find these facts nowadays. One wonders if you have ever been out of the US. Another fact, Christians slaughtered each other… Read more »
stjovite
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the fall of the berlin wall was the the end of modern western europe, since fall 19th century laissez faire capitalism has run amuck destroying living standards over the whole europe, democracy is ruined whether you vote left or right the same minions run every individual government and western counties have used gunboat diplomacy to kill people everywhere their interests are threatened.. Ask eastern ukranians how they enjoy their new found freedoms

Anonymous
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The same people condemning my prior post are the same neanderthal idiots that condemn IS but then want to employ the same tactics on your perceived enemies (beheadings, torture, crucifixion etc.) Do you understand how fricking backwards, uneducated and barbaric you sound to sane people? I get it that when I come onto this site that it has nothing but US haters on here. This is the narrative cultivated by Ziad although he makes a very comfortable living for himself and his family here in the US. Imagine if he lived in Russia and said the same things about Putin… Read more »
Arklight
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anon: Bless your heart, people are fleeing this country in droves – – if they can even marginally afford to do so. American master craft and tradesmen are in high demand around the world, and experienced journeymen to only a slightly lesser degree. The people coming in are, generally, the abysmally poor who still believe the fiction that they will be better off here, and some are it’s true, or criminals who know they’ll get a free pass here, and only a long prison sentence or bullet in the head if they stay home. Some come out of fear that… Read more »
George
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There is a vast difference between loving a country and loving the murderous zio_con traitors who purport to run it. A true patriot is revolted by the satanic Obama regime and many of them are preparing for drastic change in these once great United States of America. I am sickened by what we have become and I say that as a forteenth generation American whose forefathers have left a deep imprint on America and who are turning over in their graves,

Indre
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You are calling others uneducated but you show a world view which I would call naive in the best case.

Saladin
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Dear Anonymous. I know dozens of Americans personally who want to leave. I lived in Europe for seven years, and the quality of life was as good or better than the US in each of the six countries I lived in — Spain, England, Italy, Switzerland, Holland and France. The US isn’t what it used to be.

The US is pouring cultural and military death over the planet. Wake up.

Hannibal
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I agree with the so called moderates. I find the so called moderates to be worse than ISIS. Nusra also worse than Isis. In their core , they are all the same, but the Nusra and so called moderates, try to hide their savagery, while Isis is honest about it

dd
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Don’t worry even better wepons are coming from Russia when they arrive Syria can launch bigger offensive and take back all of Aleppo ,Dei-ez-zor ,Damascus and Homs regions destroying Rats and trapping ISIS in Raqqa without Oil
http://en.itar-tass.com/world/758424

Roadrunner
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Hey Ziad check this out. Iranian general helping out in Iraq with Hezbollah and also Revolutionary Guard. Ghasem Soleimani, he looks like a Persian Sean Connery.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2821485/Iran-general-said-mastermind-Iraq-ground-war.html

This guy looks pretty bad ass. I hope Iran , Iraq and Syria work together to protect each other from the vermin in Syria.

Guilherme
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Just finish Aleppo and Damascus.

Dany the Fatso
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Food thing nusra and FSA are eating themselves in hama & idlib.

Danny
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Maybe they can turn them into Soylent Green like the movie with Charton Heston.
Hopefully no GMO so they can feed it to the ISIS boys.

zvon
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There is no moderate rebels..and the more this goes on there certainly will be NO moderate rebels for US to support..for the time being the Syrian government should just stand back and see ‘how serious’ are and will be the strikes against JAN..What surprised me is the attack on IF…I did not see that coming (was not sad either)..ofcourse this might be some kind of backdoor entrance..lets wait and see

Shinaydeen
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Yes the attack on Ahrar Al Sham, the largest element in the Islamic Front, was interesting. Up until the recent rise of ISIS, the IF was being touted as the largest part of the armed opposition, with an estimated 40-45,000 fighters.

The US (remember Robert Ford?) made efforts to get them behind the US strategy at the last Geneva talks (remember them?)

Since the US is now bombing the IF as well as Nusra and ISIS, they are tacitly admitting that almost the entire armed opposition are terrorists – which is what Assad has been saying all along.

Zvon
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Right. .although wiki data about them (IF) is very likely overestimated..I think its more like 20-25k most of them probably being Ahrar al sham and the former Al Tawhid brigades..

Canthama
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Right on the money, Zvon and Shinaydeen. The more the US and its clown allies bomb and kill terrorists in Syria, the messier will be their speech of “moderate” rats, simply because there isn’t any, at the end it will be either support Syria or the dark forces they have created. By now the SAA is advancing in all fronts against all kind of rodents, lets wish they keep pounding them hard and pushing them to rat friendly Turkey, Jordan and Israhell.

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Z…Syria should not trust that murdering sociopath obama one ounce.I cant believe when he came to Ireland so many people were drooling over this baboon who orders drone strikes on people without any shred of evidence and denying them due process in front of a judge and jury.You probably have more Irish heritage than that zionist prostitute.I think this guy is walking round the oval office in his wifes dress and underwear salivating at the chance to blow people to smithereens as well as innocents in a one hundred metre radius of when these weapons impact.Obama to me is mentally… Read more »
jo6pac
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The cycle-0-path 0 is about to be joined with repug party cycle-0-paths and don’t be surprised about Amerika putting boots on the ground.

Arklight
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irish: You might enjoy this video from Infowars, with clips of the Obola poster contest front runners. Enjoy.

Arklight
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Vizc
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Mr. Ziad, do you believe that they actually hit and killed some of the rats they are apparently bombing? It seems that all they bombed so far were some (empty) buildings, abandoned vehicles and oil fields with no actual kills…

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There are many US military & political figures who firmly realize the ME is better off with Assad in power. I can only hope some folks in the Assad regime are trying to work with them.

Shinaydeen
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I’m sure they are. Assad’s main media advisor, (Bouthaina?) recently had a meeting with US representatives in Oslo.

Shinaydeen
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“Isis fighters capture second Syrian gas field in a week” The above was a headline in the British Guardian newspaper on Monday 3 November. referring to the Al-Shaa’er area. Now that all ISIS positions in the area have been destroyed with hundreds of terrorist fighters killed, one might expect the Guardian to report this. What have they said? Not a line, not a paragraph … nothing, zilch, total silence. It seems that the original Guardian story was sourced from Reuters in Beirut, notorious for its zionist bias. At least we can understand where Reuters are at, but what excuse does… Read more »
alan Berger, Czech Republic
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alan Berger, Czech Republic

Write to the editor Guardien that do not publish the whole truth. Describe the situation in Syria, give them referral sources. I’m not complaining here.

Shinaydeen
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All of that has been done. It is a media mindset we are dealing with here. The media have determined upon a narrative (in the way a herd of wildebeest follows a leader) and they will not be shifted from that narrative until the facts on the ground are so different from their fantasy that it is embarrassing to continue. That point has not yet been reached but it is very close.

Anonymous
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Russia seriously needs to send some more jets. Not trying to insult the SyAAF, but its not that amazing. On inspection, its needs improving. SyAAF inventory: 40 mig 29 fighter jets, these jets are a good air defence aircraft, making an American f18 a tough fight, however they have little ground attack capabilities, unless they have receieved M2 variants from Russia yet. Around 40 mig 25 interceptors, while many are stored and not operational, and some are reconnaissance, making them not suitable for combat, however some are combat ready. These are old but solid fast jets, which could easily be… Read more »
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Anon: Thanks for your analysis. I didn’t notice any mention of Mig 31 or Su 30, and would be interested in your assessment of their capabilities in action against the F16, F18, and whatever the Killer Coalition has on offer. There was a squib about Mig 31s coming to Syria, but nothing since, and no confirmation. Thanks for the good post.

Anonymous
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Im afraid Syria doesn’t operate either the Mig 31 or Su 30. However there were plans to purchase the Mig 31, however from Israeli persuation, Russia cancelled the Deal. However the Mig 31 deal was way back before the war. Russia hopefully will rethink the deal. The Mig 31 is a upgraded jet from the Mig 25. It is used for interception. With its great speed it will be a great jet against f18 and f16. Even its oldest ancestor the mig 25 (which Syria operates) have had good results against f16, being able to outrun with sheer speed. The… Read more »
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Anon: Mig 31 is reportedly a dy-no-mite long range interceptor with stand off weapons that are the best in the world, easy on fuel when cruising, but will go like a scalded dog when the ‘peddle’s to the metal’. Russia serially manufactured – – what? – – 600 plus but laid up most of them, only keeping about a 100 on flight status. I’ve read good reports about Su27, too. I get the feeling that Syria will be needing aerial combat aircraft in the not too far distant future. I’m curious as to why Russia would back out of a… Read more »
Rolf Curmudgeon
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It’s not what you got , it is how you use it.
In vietnam the US had state of the art F4phantoms , F-14 Tomcats, f 15 Eagles, B 52’s right/?
Ask John mcCain What happened to him. Dont get lost in useless figures and data bud.

Arklight
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Rolf: McCain? Why would I ask that lyin’ sack anything? A guy so stupid he set his own carrier on fire and killed over a hundred of his shipmates? With a second grade level stunt that should have seen him cashiered and imprisoned? I’ve nothing to say to the slimy bastard.

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What makes me mad is why should Syria pay for aircraft and such if she is paying with its blood in a battle if won means victory for Russia in many ways. Why is Russia dragging its feet when bold action is needed. S300 has been supplied to Greece, a NATO member, yet denied for those who are fighting for her. This hesitation and extreme calculation is dragging the suffering of the Syrian people on and on. Where is Khrushchev??? to hit on the table and say here we stand … enough is enough!

Arklight
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Equinum: Nothin’s free. Then, too, I don’t know that Syria does NOT already have S300, nor do I know for certain that the most recent contract shipment has not arrived and been deployed. There was a to do about Russia cancelling the shipment and dismantling the equipment, but I don’t KNOW that to be true. The Russians are very slick at getting things in, or out, of places where a third party doesn’t want the to be – – recall that the Russians had missiles in Cuba which we didn’t event know about until almost half of them were locked… Read more »
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Anon, i’m not sure that Syria has the MIG29’s, but the rest is correct, the other thing i need to mention is that the jets are deadly depending on the pilot’s experience one his armemant is depleted and it’s a one on one with only cannons.

Arklight
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RT goes to Britain: http://rt.com/op-edge/202615-uk-rt-launch-reaction/
I’ll bet everybody at Bush House had to rush home to take a shower and change out of their soiled underwear. GO RT! I’m lovin’ it!

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Rudolf Buttmann An early member of the Nazi Party, Buttmann became a cacus leader of the Nazi Party in the Bavarian Landtag (whose other members included Schemm and Streicher), and later head of the Cultural Division of the Reich Interior Ministry. [Steigmann-Gall] One has opportunity enough to see how our party governs in Thuringia, where party members Dr. Frick has reintroduced Christian morning prayer in school…. Not through us is religion in danger, but rather through the conditions we know of in Russia, and which they now boast of in Berlin. First we shall sweep clean the recesses of filth… Read more »
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Though we all knewn that was the pan since day 1, it was a sharp turn in the Coalition of the Killing attack on ISIL plan, now it is to attack all bad rats in their own concept of terrorism in all Syria. I believe Syria’s response was very adequate, though, I wished we could see news front Russia’s navy vessels getting closer to Tartus and do some firing drills, I hate the sense of “slowly but surely” concept of the US in Syria, they really believe they can get all they want…Global PR against ISIL, the defenders of democracy,… Read more »
Anonymous
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File this in the WTF?! category.

American national culture is militaristic to the core, even in terms of trivial things like … ice cream.

It seems that the US ice cream chain, Baskin-Robbins is putting a new “camo” flavored ice cream in honor of US War Criminals … er Veterans Day. This ice is flavored so that it resembles camouflage.

What’s even more warped is how People Magazine is pimping for this new ice cream flavor.

Baskin-Robbins Debuts Camouflage Ice Cream for Veterans Day — and It Sounds Sort of Delicious
http://greatideas.people.com/2014/11/04/baskin-robbins-camouflage-ice-cream-veterans-day/

rus.lang
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So nasty and dirty glamourising a war. They should make an ice-cream with a flavor of burned metal, rubber, and burned human flesh decomposing at 35*C. That would be so trendy and american, yay!

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SITUATIONS VACANT, from Corriere Della Sera: “Wanted: Senior IT Manager to co-ordinate Mafia communications networks throughout Italy and possibly wider afield. Must have a proven track record in supporting theft, kidnapping, extortion and murder for our cause. Competitive salary and conditions on offer. Send CV to PO Box, Cosa Nostra 666, Roma.” Actually I just made this up. Even the mafia would not do this. But I did not make up the following, from Al Alam: “The ISIL terrorist group is seeking “ideologically suitable!” oil industry experts to help run oil fields and refineries it has seized in Iraq and… Read more »
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If it kicks off Ziad, in this this 1 i take the same view as Arkwright The Syrian Government has shown itself to be a class apart from our brain dead,. butchers liars, thieves and conmen .Mr Moa’allim has kept his dignity where their was none,while our craven cowardly bastards were defending the indefensible,Had he took a gun out and shot the bastards, i’d have applauded him

NATO Headquarters

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Really good article from Veterans today The leaders of Islamic terrorists could be under the direct influence of NATO and Western powers using their movements to threaten Russia’s territorial integrity, says a former general of Russian military intelligence service. “There are some grounds to suspect that American and British special services could support the Islamic extremists in order to target the territorial integrity of the Russian Federation,” Lieutenant-General Nikolai Pushkaryov, formerly of the Central Intelligence Directorate of the Russian General Staff said in an interview with the RIA-Novosti news agency. “The top of these movements can be under the influence… Read more »
Arklight
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‘Special Services’? I’m scratchin’ my head over what Red Cross canteens, USO shows and stale movies has to do with anything.

Anonymous
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LOL George you are really nazi.
Financed by Jews LOL xD
The only extremism financed was nazism and you imbecile don’t even know U.S financed Hilter.

pop
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Stop the Parallel-Universe palaver
only showing troll-like and psychic
tormented low-life syndroms.

Roger
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Does Syria have s-300 missiles or not ? PressTV claims they have not and that the Syrian foreign minister asked Russia for them (again, after the last deal failed?).

“This is while Russian President Vladimir Putin without citing any reason announced in September 2013 that the delivery of S-300 missiles to Syria had been suspended.”

Syria asks Russia to expedite S-300 missiles delivery
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/11/06/385042/syria-urges-s300-missiles-delivery/

CHEVI789
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Roger, not sure where you got that info from, but i read it on a pro Russian site the Putin said that the “final” components had not been delivered yet, “final” can be meaning the last missiles as promised, i would dare say and am very confident Syria has the S-300. Now for some that say why hasn’t Syria used it yet i can assure you 100% of this, the israelis have an electronics surveilance equipment on their trailing jets, they pick up all the radar signature and then work out a way to counter act them, hence why Syria… Read more »
the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Sounds highly unsatisfactory to me.
It’s time Syrian scientists looked into scalar weapons and technology. This is a descendant of Tesla’s discoveries. Russia has it, US has it, Japan has it. These weapons include man-made earthquakes, (Kobe, Haiti) particle beam ‘slugs’ for air-and space weapons and an extension of over-the-horizon ‘Jindalee’ radar.
Scalar is cheaper than conventional radar, and Syria cannot be choosing not to defend itself (Jamrayya) when the Khazars attack.

carcano38
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Read this afternoon on PRESStv :Russian President Vladimir Putin without citing any reason announced in September 2013 that the delivery of S-300 missiles to Syria had been suspended. Now their reporting that Syria will get them in a “reasonably time ” It doesn’t look good .

ziad
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al kabir on the Euphrates? huh when did this happen and where exactly is that? on a border or deep in syria?? and so many times the israhellis hit Syria without once being taken down,im sick of hearing about strategies and not to let them discover positions,this is BS because pantzir can be used and there mobile ,are you vulnerable to radar jamming? is it that easy to strike Syria with impunity?

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After yesterday’s barbaric shelling of high school building located in the area between al-Barzakh and al- Kabune wich killed 14 childrens and were injured 20 , on the today night 6 more mortar shells exploded in the al-Kabune and a quarter Masako Barzakh, another minor child is killed… On Web sites, so-called opposition appeared provocative accusations of shelling and death of the childrens responsible is the government troops. These attempts to undermine the situation and the truth..enclosed in Barzakh, stalled after the information was spread that the area where the school is located, is under the control of the army,… Read more »
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serbs support syria
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i have to react since i’m from east europe about guy who posted that we enjoy freedom now when socialism and communism are dead.fuck you,you retarded idiot come here to smell that freedom u ignorant motherfucker.what used to be proud nations are now trash diggers,cause of capitalist privatisations.we miss tito wery bad now…

Sicel Joe
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My girlfriend is a Serb and she’s been telling me this for years that things were way better off under the old Yugoslav system. The Americunts and their European lacheys only bring serf-Capitalism wherever they go. They want you poor, spiritually broken and a foreigner in your own country.

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we used to live proudly.now we are beggars.you couldn’t imagine how many old people is diggin in a trashcans (and they are noe gipsis).USA funded nationalists and worst people of the society rise up and created artifical hatered among the people who lived peacifully together for 50 years.we dont hate muslims and catolicts and they dont hate us on regular basis.it was national endowment for demoNcracy,Zimmerman and helmut cole who did it.peace with all syrians hope you guys would expel the cancer from your country

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Ziad, here’s an important article for your next post: This would be the first time that a Saudi returning from the latest conflicts in Iraq and Syria attacked targets in the world’s largest oil exporter, raising concern that sectarian violence may escalate. Saudi Arabia is participating in a U.S.- led military campaign against Islamic State, the al-Qaeda breakaway group that has seized large parts of Syria and Iraq and used social media to recruit Saudi men. In fact, with Saudi Arabia supporting the US campaign against ISIS, many wondered why has ISIS not retaliated yet, leading some to question the… Read more »
David Chibo
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Ziad, another great article on these:

Islamic State training pilots to fly MiG fighter planes, says monitoring group (by SOHR)
http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/17/islamic-state-training-pilots-mig-planes-syria

Followed by Assad’s checkmate:

Syria destroys two warplanes used by ISIS to train fighter pilots for terrorist ‘air force’
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2803457/Syria-destroys-two-warplanes-used-ISIS-train-fighter-pilots-terrorist-airforce.html

Obama plays checkers while Assad plays chess. 🙂

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