TERRORIST CELL IN LATAKIA DESTROYED BY SECURITY SERVICES

A Turk-controlled terrorist cell inside the Al-Ghuraf Quarter of Latakia was invaded by a crack team of security agents this morning, November 7, 2014, and a firefight ensued during which 4 rodents (including one female) were killed.  A 5th terrorist was taken prisoner and has coughed up all information.  Inside the apartment were boxes of ammunition, light weapons, IEDs and sticks of dynamite.  The apartment eventually burned down to the ground because of the amount of explosives inside.


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Johny
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Syrian Arab Army in Syria
*83 open fronts against terrorism
*1700km of borders to cover for infiltrators
*113 foreign enemy intelligence agency working against them
*Unknown number of spies
*Most of the media channels propagandizing against them
*Fighting the dirtiest, lowest enemies known to man kind
&Almost 4 years of war.

And they are the same, the same men and women vowed to protect their homeland.No other army in the world endured what the heroes of the Syrian Armed Forces and the Syrian people behind them did. Original YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ay3XLcGSO4&feature=youtu.be
Daraa.. Syrian Army Tank bombed terrorists hiding in a building in center of Sheikh Meskeen city..
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=606107046161378&set=vb.532756710163079&type=2&theater

Saladin
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The US is on the wrong side of this conflict. We (speaking as an American) should be allied with the governments of Syria and Iran. And then we would be on the side of justice, as well as the winning side. Sadly, the US government and State Department are Zionist occupied territory. US foreign policy is an abysmal disaster and an embarrassment to thinking Americans. The Syrian people have endured this disaster with a spirit of nobility and heroism — a disaster brought on them by NATO, the Zionists, Turkey and the Gulf States. Viva Syria!

Arklight
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Saladin: Roger all that!

Anonymous
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after seeing the extensive populated areas in syria. the literally thousands of towns, cities. to conquer it would take years and years. even if the government fell there would be a furious insurgency that would not be contained. syria simply cannot be tamed or dominated from the outside. simply impossible.

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The can be ended in a single year if SAA choose to outmanure and trap the terrorists in those destroyed cities lay mines with MLRS and helicopters (eg-Each 220 mm rocket from a BM-27 MLRS can scatter 312 anti-personnel PFM-1 mines.)
After that and destroying rat tunnels Demolish the cities to the ground with SCUDS ,MLRS ,Air strikes ,Artillery and after they are weakened and exhausted land troops inside the cities with APCs and Helos

the only Reason the Govt isn’t doing it is becuase its genocide and the mines can kill children

ziad
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ziad

your basically talking about scorched earth policy,this may be an option used as a last resort if the west invades or the situation becomes hopeless

Shinaydeen
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It is possible that US policy is changing or at least they may be thinking of a major shift in position. I posted this link earlier: it is at least worth thinking about:

“Syrian Official: Negotiations with US blocked by Saudi Arabia” – Al Monitor.

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/11/syria-army-gains-washington-work-regime.html

Syrian born and bred
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With the Republican victory this month I fear any change will be for the worse. This is American’s warlike party and can with a two thirds majority override a weak and indecisive Obama. The Republican party gave birth to John McCain and his sort. I have never under stood on this site why Syrians hate Obama. He has been dragged kicking and screaming into the Middle east crises and from reports is detested by the Israelis..

Arklight
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Syrian: the Rat-publicans didn’t ‘win’ a damned thing – – what happened is that the Demo-rats got bitch slapped silly, but the Rat-publicans are too deeply immersed in their own BS to recognize the difference. Both parties have bagmen from the various industries lined up around the block, the national debt is too big to be repaid anyway, so no matter which power appears to be in power war is inevitable, if for no other reason that the grifters, grafter, thieves, perverts, bunco artists and the weak, lazy and stupid can hang on to their seats for just a little… Read more »
GCG
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Brilliant, I gotta give credit where credit is due. Perfect analysis.

Anonymous
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Time will tell. What would be the worst scenario? The US invading Syria with ground troops and annihilating everything non-rat? This would be the worst indeed, but is this probable? Will the US government really dare to publicly slaughter a whole country? An air campaign would also be very bad, but I do not believe this will bring victory for the rats since an entire people is against them! Once east Ghouta and Aleppo are cleared, nothing will help the rats. And for McCain, I hope this evil old man will die soon. Sorry, but he is a real danger… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: As long as the USSA is engaged against Syria in any form, there is NO ‘best case scenario’. I don’t think that a US invasion of Syria is probable, but it is possible. My guess, at this time, is that the air strikes will continue, with DU weapons, leaving Syrian soil and water fatally contaminated. The original object of this farce was to secure pipeline routes from eastern Iraq to the Med. Iran, Iraq and Syria already have a project ongoing, which leaves Western Big Oil out in the cold. Rather than working out a route lease agreement, Big… Read more »
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Don’t forget that Sept 2013 or so, the Russians had 6 to 7 naval ships off the coast of Syria between the US Navy. The message was clearly that is you attack Syria, you risk WW3. The American public also spoke up and said no to any attack on Syria. The only good news is the survival of Syria and Eastern Ukraine/NovoRussia is very important to Putin and Russia. They cannot let Syria or ethnic Russians in the eastern Ukraine down. Their own survival depends on it. Syria is also very important for Iran and Lebanon. Plus China needs to… Read more »
ziad
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USA has it’s hands tied in Syria and cannot do enough to walk away and save face,such invasion would be crazy for them,who are they gonna fight? the SAA and ISIS at the same time? pffff and you think the Syrian ppl will stand for it? nope the US will have to fight them ,the SAA and the terrorists,they really have no side they can pick here,it’s impossible to win anything without the hearts and minds of the ppl ,Assad has that,the rest of the garbage don’t,that’s why he has lasted almost 4 years,the americunts(gov) know this

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“I have never understood on this site why Syrians hate Obama. He has been dragged kicking and screaming into the Middle east crises and from reports is detested by the Israelis..” This is very true, Syrian. I’m not sure if the Republican Party victory in the mid-term elections will make much difference though. They will paralyse what the President can do domestically but he seems to have wide, independent, discretion in foreign policy and does not need congressional approval unless he wants to declare war or raise a lot of fresh revenue to wage war. It will be no harm… Read more »
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Arklight: So. Pipelines from Iraq to Syrian Western coast. To achieve this, they will have to capture Latakia and Tartus province. The annihilation of all Alawites. As long as these small provinces remain rat free, the big project fails. Time for SAA to crush the terrorists around Salma. By the way, east of the Syrian med. coast must be a mountain range. A natural protection, but also a problem: Russian ships cannot see with their radars further inside Syria because of those hills; they cannot help detecting for example enemy aircrafts. And to the oil/gas hungry bastards behind the Syrian… Read more »
the Thylacine
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Agreed the Great Satan is only getting worse. but a lot can happen between now and 2016. The Droner (Obama) is now in blocking mode, and while weak, stands in the way of the full-bore war party (Repubs).
And big crashes loom.
read William Engdahl. Shale oil is a bubble now collapsing at colossal rates while the Ponzi still inflates. By 2016 America could be crippled.
http://landdestroyer.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/has-washington-just-shot-itself-in-oily.html

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Obama rang Turk Erdogan EVERY DAY in early 2011 to cozen him into joining the plot against Syria. Obama said Assad would flee within weeks, Syria would be carved up, pipelines from Qatar would be built, and Erdogan would clean up, etc etc. This psychopath has done this for his own advantage. He has less morals than the gutter rats his terrorists model themselves on. Whatever evil is presented to him, he will do. His terrorists failed, so the Rogue Network represented by McCain formed ISIS. Now there’s a kind of American civil war being played out on Syrian soil.… Read more »
Arklight
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Thylacine: There are only, maybe, 10 thousand of the ‘elites’, the banksters and other puppet masters world wide – – not the hirelings, but the bosses, and of those only 3-400 at the very top. I’m a little surprised that they aren’t being capped already, but I think it would take very dedicated people to do the jobs – – solo operators who keep their mouths shut and just do the jobs, willing to exchange their own lives for a sure kill. Actually, I think that there are, probably, any number of plans to pick off elites here and there… Read more »
ziad
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compared to the evil choices we had I was glad oBOMBa got re elected because Mitt and the rest were war thisty to please pissrahell ,oBOMBa seems quite reluctant to strike Syria if you look at the actions he has done holding back the zio lobby plus he hates nutjob and this is his last term therefore he does not have to go out of his way to suck so much israhelli cock anymore,although Ron Paul would have been the answer to our prayers

Arklight
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ziad: Obama is just following his orders, and it he’s told to go to war against Syria, he’ll phone in the order on his way to the golf course or Martha’s Vineyard. He doesn’t care – – it won’t be his boney ass in the line. I agree that Ron Paul would have taken a radically different path, provided he survived his first week in office.

Edgar Palacio
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Happen that US is not fighting again the injustice or the evils, US is not fighting, it is attacking Syria for political purposes. https://www.youtube.com/user/SyrianGirlpartisan

Arklight
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Edgar: Agressive warfare is, historically, nothing but armed robbery. That has everything to do with money, with politics being merely the fig leaf.

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America throughout it’s 238 year history has fought 249 wars, America has never been the solution to anything and never will , it is what it was created to be. Hard for me to say this because i’m an American.

Arklight
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Anon: Yeah, we fought a lot of wars, almost all of ’em ‘banana wars’ which only benefited some commercial interest or other. A fair number of them were over sites for coaling stations for the fleet, then over cable terminals, then basing ‘rights’ and on-and-on. Our first couple-three wars could be, arguably, based upon liberty or national sovereignty but most of ’em were just armed robberies funded by the US taxpayer. We are no strangers to genocide, either – – in the 1830s ‘traders’ provided small pox infected blankets to the Mandan Sioux, and damned near wiped ’em out, but… Read more »
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Great!

Arklight
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Shinaydeen; I’d think it’s more likely that DC is phishing. Politicians and Beau-rats always have plenty to say when the should just keep their yaps shut, and it smells like DC is trying to get ‘official’ Syria to agree to something that DC would have no intention of honoring anyway. ‘He who would sup with the Devil wants a long spoon.’

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You could be right Arklight. But it is plausible that the strategic interests of the US sometimes diverge from those of their friends and allies. There is a reasonable amount of evidence in recent statements from Joe Biden, John Kerry and the Al-Monitor article I posted that the US realises that it got it totally wrong on Syria; Hillary Clinton made a total fuck-up of US policy; Obama and Kerry followed her lead until it gradually dawned on them that this was leading to disaster – but they can’t admit that they were wrong, they have to turn the ship… Read more »
Arklight
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Shinaydeen: The strategic interests of the US are the same as those of the elites and corporate weenies, plus the bankster and globalistas, any more. As for dealing with the Devil, there is NO way to do that and not pay an unaffordable price for anything you might get in return. No way. I will grant that there are loyal Americans who do what they can in the true interests of the Republic, but those are, increasingly, silenced when their identities are discovered. Make no mistake, Shinaydeen, as an entity the US government is a wholly evil creature of Satan.… Read more »
Anonymous
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Arklight, if it is so hard why not living in another, non NWO-country and working for the good side? Since someone will have to resist the creature of Satan anyway.

Anonymous
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Because, sorry, but you as an American taxpayer unfortunately support what you call the evil.

Anonymous
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Please sorry for this proposal, I didn`t read the last sentence of your comment attentively. If you are over 50 this is a bad idea.

Arklight
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I’m an American, Anon. I won’t be running. They can kill me, but they can’t eat me, because that’s against the law.

Arklight
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Heads up for McDonald’s customers; Frankenfries is coming to a golden arches near you – – too bad. I sort of like McDonald’s, but I won’t be going there any more. Bummer.

http://rt.com/usa/203567-gmo-potato-mcdonalds-fries/

the Thylacine
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GMO Fries — Now with EVEN MORE glyphosates!!

Arklight
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Thylacine: If the fries are GMO, how about the flour from which the buns are made, and their other pastries? It’ll be a frosty day in a hot spot before I go to McDonald’s again, bet on that.

the Thylacine
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My point was based on the scam that mutant GMO crops, especially corn, must be compatible with sprays.
Big Ag is pressing for laws to raise the allowable amount of glyphosate (RoundUp etc) in GMo’ed produce. Glyphosate is linked to many disorders, and upping Americans’ chemical load is a death sentence for millions.
As to the effects of actual mutagenics, it’s an unknown, and plays dice with humanity.
I have lived 40 years of my life only going to Maccas a dozen times. My town doesn’t have one, and our burger bar leaves Maccas for dead.

Arklight
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Thylacine: Well, Hawaii has done something about it by outlawing all GMO crops anywhere in the islands. I’m hoping that solution will catch on. I know that my personal ‘buycot’ of Mickey D’s won’t drive ’em to the wall, but ya do what ya can, huh? I agree about burgers. There’s nothing in the world that says ‘American’ quite like a slow cooked burger made from range fed beef – – it has to be a thick patty and cooked by someone who really knows how. No bun. Two thick slices of home made bread, garnished to your taste. I… Read more »
Canthama
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I really think when Syrian Intelligence and security services can act in advance is a sign of controlling things, great news.

This news is out few minutes ago, I wished it was true but I can not trust the sources so far, Al Arabyia…US State Depart etc…It says Bagdhadi is critically wounded after US strike. Any other Source that is more reliable will be welcomed.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-11-08/isis-leader-critically-wounded-us-airstrikes-al-arabiya-reports

Arklight
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Canthama: I think we can be reasonably certain that an air strike took place, and that people were actually killed, but beyond that I wouldn’t put any money on it.

hasnain zaidi
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The Job of al-Badhdadi is not over yet. Therefore, it is not possible that US kills it’s illegal child at this stage.
Remember, US is planning to stay in this region for the next 30 years, and ISIS is the key for it.

Arklight
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hasnain: Uncle Shitheel plans to squat in Iraq and Syria until the oil runs out, 3 years, 30, 100, however long it lasts.

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ISIS chief ‘critically wounded’ in air raid: reports The leader of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, was “critically wounded” when a U.S.-led air strike targeted the western Iraqi border town of al-Qaim, tribal sources told Al Arabiya News Channel on Saturday. U.S. Central Command confirmed in a statement that U.S.-led air strikes targeted ISIS leaders near their northern Iraqi hub of Mosul late Friday, without confirming whether Baghdadi was killed, AFP reported. “This strike demonstrates the pressure we continue to place on the ISIL [ISIS] terrorist network and the group’s increasingly limited freedom to… Read more »
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Requiem: al-Qaim is in extreme western Anbar, at the border with Syria. Mosul is in the north of Iraq. If Iraq News or some other credible source verifys any of this, I’d be a little surprised. There probably was an air strike, or air strikes and people were killed, but beyond that we’ll just have to wait and see.

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A regurgitated disinformation story from July?,the guy must be super-human… JNN 06 July 2014 Baghdad : Iraqi Forces Get a Break Through in the War against the Wahabi Terrorist as when Self Acclaimed Caliph of the Islamic State , Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the Wahabi Terrorist outfit Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isis), is said to have been severely injured in an air Raid by the Iraqi Forces forcing him to flee to neighbouring Syria. According to a report in the Iraqi news network Al Sumaria, the Terrorist leader was injured during a Air Raid led… Read more »
Markus
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Will Israel be angry now ? Referring to the rumours about Al-Baghdadis real name being Shimon Elliot and him being loyal to Zion..

Or is it all media fantasy reality ?

gamejoe
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John McCain will like that i think. According to his own words he had intimate contact with him and the other rats. There is even a photo with him and el khalif.

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Baghdadi has died four times! Hopefully this time it is true…

Arklight
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Yeah. How many times was the fat/thin, tall/short, light/dark bin Laden supposedly killed after he died of kidney failure at the American hospital in Dubai?

R
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THIS IS VERY GOOD NEWS-Only question-how many fighters? Anyone else have news on this?

Syrian Arab Army
15 minutes ago · Edited
SyAF Su-24M2, and Su-22M4 attack bombers destroyed an estimated number of 200 ISIS vehicles to the East of al-Sha`er gas field.

The Syrian attack bombers took off from T-4 air base, al-Shou`irat air base, and Hama military airport.

The location where ISIS vehicles were destroyed is called al-Jizal valley.

The convoy was spotted by one of SyAF pilots, where he notified SyAF command. The Command on the other hand dispatched number of attack bombers and took care of the threat.

Syrian Arab Army

Arklight
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R: If it’s offered by SAA I’d think it pretty likely. I like to think of the survivors on foot in the middle of nowhere when the temperature drops to the point where you bring in the brass monkeys and set ’em next the fireplace.

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Yours truly has said how many times that their handlers are steering isis retards down blind alleys for maximum propaganda and terror effect – only to have the stoned, ideologically poisoned jihadis too dumb to realize it is their guaranteed death ( mind you many are looking for that).

Leith reported this was the biggest setback for isis in the war and the saa pretty much just confirmed that. Again. They drive balls out and descend onto an open location only to be liqudated from the air. Looks great.

Arklight
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Dudley: Next airdrop for ISIS, forget the weapons. Nothing but drugs and booze. I don’t really care if they’re stoned and drunk when they attack, so long as they’re stiff when it’s over.

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wow this on top of the losses already totaling hundreds from the previous failed attack in this area! . The syrian forces have become a mighty fighting force they have really learned and improved in the last year
I think that the defence of the airbase in Del Ezior was a really critical moment for the defeat of the ISIS after that they seem to have panicked launching wlld attacks like this one in Homs

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This is what a functioning gouvernment with it’s institutions and a committed population is able to. Cover up hidden attackers and provide the vital information.
Good job, well executed and a save Winter for the people of Latakia!

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De Mistura is once again coming to Damascus to put pressure on the Syrian authorities especially in regards to a cease fire in Aleppo which will allow the Turks some much needed breathing space. Erdogan and his allies cannot allow Aleppo to fall to the Syrian army, this will devastate Erdogan’s political ambitions as well as his political future, and this is one of the main reasons for Mistura coming to Damascus, in order to blackmail and extort ‘concessions’ from the Syrian authorities. Of course for those who have their senses intact they will have noticed that Mistura’s mission has… Read more »
Arklight
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Jason: I’m beginning to think that President Assad is the only one in Syrian government able to tell the Americans, ‘No sale. Thanks for stopping by, but don’t let the doorknob hit you in the ass on your way out. Oh, yeah – – don’t come back. Ever.’

Canthama
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Jason, I think you are dead right on Mistura, this is his agenda meaning it is NATO’s agenda, remove the legit Government of Syria. He will fail. I can not prove what I am going to say below, since it comes from my understandings of the past few years of this conflict and its geopolitics. I think you are missing the point on Russia, they gain nothing selling out Syria or even Novorussia for instance. These conflicts were dragged to a stand still by the help of Russia and in this specific case, Syria’s allies as well. By suppling Syria… Read more »
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While I agree with most of your conclusions, I think you are also missing one point. Russia is by no means a ‘white knight’. While it is in its strategic interest to support Syria (thanks god) against insurgents from mostly Arab countries, it is also in the strategic interest to swallow parts of neighboring countries. “Novorossia” is nowadays only a claim for a major part of Ukraine which is in fact some parts of two regions yet that the Ukrainian motherland defenda against mostly Russian nationalist insurgents from whole Russia. You could easily compare that to the fight of the… Read more »
Tacitus
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The Ukraine civil war was Made in America (and a few other places), by neocons building a new Khazaria for the chosen. Definitely not Made in Russia.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Russia is no white knight because………

Do you every provide reasoning moron?

Canthama
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Hi Jason, we got this article from Johny on another post of his, it illustrates well the behind the scenes between Turkey and Russia. One has to realize as well that there is a historic rivalry between Russia and Turkey, hundreds of years of wars fought, so besides the importance of economic aspects (trade), there is also the history between both countries, the more erDOGangster tries to recreate Otoman Empire, the more Turkey and Russia will be in disputes.
On another note, what is in the media not always reflect the real deal, so even this news could be twisted.

http://awdnews.com/top-news/10153-an-intense-phone-call-between-vladimir-putin-and-turkish-president-deteriorated-an-already-strained-relation-between-turkey-and-russia.html

Anonymous
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Turkey (and of course its master, America) are covertly aiding Uighur jihadists from China to first gain combat experience fighting against Syria and then later to return back to China to commit terrorist crimes there.

By doing so, America and its terror partners like Turkey are provoking China and compelling it to more openly support Syria against what is shaping up to be a common enemy: the American Axis of Terrorism.

Jihadists returning from Syria: already more than 150 dead in China
http://www.voltairenet.org/article185828.html

Arklight
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Anon: Don’t worry. China killed 60 million of its own citizens just because they could read and write, so rubbing out the entire Uighur population wouldn’t amount three drops of ant piss.

Anonymous
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@Arklight The Chinese government killed 60 million of its own citizens because they could read and write?! Yeah, right. Your allegation sounds simliar to America’s accusations that the Libyan government killed its own citizens just because they were protesting for “human rights.” Or that the Syrian government used chemical weapons on its own citizens just because they wanted more (cough) democracy. Americans always play the “XYZ country killed its own citizens” propaganda card whenever they wants to defame a nation that opposes the self-styled Land of the Free. This is highly ironic, given that America specializes in murdering its own… Read more »
Arklight
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Anon: do your own research, asshole. Michael Brown? The clumsy shop lifter caught on video tape stealing a package of cigars from convenience store? What about him? The Michael Brown that got busted for ADW in a parking lot a couple of weeks before? That Michael Brown? Tell ya what – – if your goat ain’t handy, go fuck yourself.

Tacitus
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How about refuting the claim of America built on enslavement of native americans and blacks, instead of focusing on the Brown-case..

Communists killed tens of millions of their own people in the name of progress in China (great leap forward and stuff). Just like in Russia (well, millions there). I´m not sure it had anything to do with spirit of the people in either case. Communism was imposed on both countries.

Anonymous
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The power of US emanates from the support they receive form most developed nations.. US alone without Europe support will be nothing. They will be even unable to enter the mediterranean sea with their navy if all nations refuse to provide fuel and food to their warships. If for example Europe sanction Turkey ,Israel and Saudi Arabia for their support and financing of ISIS.. and ban any trade with them.. the zionist states will be bankrupt overnight.. so you will see the war in middle east and ukraine to end in no time. Ukraine also continues to bomb civilians because… Read more »
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You for example look at the latest OSCE report about the bombing on a school in Ukraine by the kiev fascist army.. “that all sides of the conflicts needs to restrain from violence”.. Such remarks only encourage Ukraine to continue murdering civilians because there are no consequences for their criminal actions. Europe and RUssia can totally isolate Israel ,Turkey and Saudi Arabia and ukraine from the world ,North Korea style and they will change their actions , their killing of civilians women and children will stop ,when their state economic survival is in danger..

Arklight
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Anon (which one of dozens?) The Dollar is the collar, no doubt about that. Ukraine is sunk, no doubt about that, either. It just ain’t stopped bubbling yet.

Arklight
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Anon: The ‘power’ of the US is, any more, based upon a canard wrapped around fraud, embedded in a pack of lies. The secret’s out, dude.

ziad
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Heard the SAA wiped off many zombies who were headed to Al Raqqa after escaping from Al Shaer ,,this is great to hear if the SAA are building up forces near Al Raqqa,they are also in Der El Zoor,Hasakah and Qamishly ,hope this move is made to cut of eastern Syria from Iraq supply routes and to eventually go in for the kill in Al Raqqa,Tabqa and kobani ,they need to control north and east Syria

Arklight
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ziad: SAA is more nearly able to force, and develop, a bridgehead at Deir ez Zor. Once the islands are cleared of enemy forces, SAA could use them as fire bases and staging areas. Once the bridgehead is developed the road from Raqqah into southern Iraq would be cut, a big help to the ISF as they work their way west in Anbar. Raqqah will be very heavily defended, and will probably need to be besieged and ground down. Raqqah would require a huge investment in SAA force, since the supply routes from Turkey are still wide open from the… Read more »
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yes agree,,like i said hopefully this is a plan to eventually trap and cut the zombies from east ,,of course the turkish border towns need to be held too ,,btw i am not able to reply to your other comment,guess you forgot the option or something,anyways yeah oBOMBa takes orders but he is slowing things down and reluctant to act fast even at the cost of self embarrassment and pressure from his peers,i have noticed his actions since the begining,that’s why I was glad he won if anything but for the sake of Syria,of course he cares ,about his legacy… Read more »
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There news in the web mentioning anywhere from 200-300 vehicles (mostly pick ups but some BMPs, artilery and tanks) convoys that was bombed to the last one in its way out of central Homs, but I have not seen any video, photos or “bragging” news on any official network.
I am eagerly waiting more details, that could be a blown hard to overcome for ISIL in the right side of Euphrates, maybe Ziad will shed some light on this.

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Latakkia is beautiful…

Boiler Room
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I have got two questions careful readers of Syrper already are aquainted with: Why is it that Anadan is so important for lifting the siege on Nubbol and al-Zahra? And in some sense connected with the first question is my second: Why is the SAA showing mercy and not going with overwhelming force and no remorse for Tal Rifaat?

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Second question: Rat King Erdogan could get an extreme epileptic attack. Consequences won´t be good for Syria´s heath.

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I think I can answer the second one: SAA simply has a structural lack of man-power due to the quantity of open fronts that leads to the dispersion of forces facilitating the success of hit&run attacks of militants. I know, often are Pyrrhic victories that bring nothing but enought to divert some SAA units. As Safira facilities and Al Shaer Fields, for example. Here are some suggestions from a guy not expert in military strategy: – Consider the increase of military personnel hiring women (Syria already has a symbolic unit of female NDF voluteers, the Lionesses of Syria, operating mostly… Read more »
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Manpower, manpower. 1990 Iraq had over 1 active million soldiers and a population of only 18 millions! Why Syria cannot do the same? I believe there are enough young men and women which would defend their homeland. The question is how to use these forces the best way. And do not forget: every dead SAA or NDF member has relatives and friends ready to pick up a weapon take revenge. The anti-rat-force grows on.

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Hi, the problem with a huge army are the logistics and the burden on an already weakend economy. If you cannot support 1.000.000 strong force with all it needs it will break apart like for example the Iraqi army. There might be destertions and big defeats if you just have alot of people without good training, morale, supplies (weapons, ammo, supply trucks, supply storage, supply distribution logistics, medical care, ambulances, field doctors, money) ,the neccessary command structure and huge reliable officer corpse. The SAA has to solve Damascus (East Ghouta) and Aleppo as this will be the road to victory.… Read more »
Arklight
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Sad: SAA and its partners are doing okay, all things considered. NDF, ADF and tribal forces, with some combat experience, would be great for security forces, since they aren’t normally trained to military standards. There is an error in your presentation, Sad; no loyal fighters are ‘sacrificable’, although some militia are inevitably sacrificed, as are SAA, and it would be a monumental error to give them the notion that all they are good for is to plug the breach with their bodies until some REAL soldiers can be spared from more important tasks. I’m surprised that you even made the… Read more »
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This is a war. A civil war. In war people die. Just realize that. When you assault a town, you take casualties. When you defend a town you still take losses and wounded. Even if you are sieging a town you can take losses if you’re troops patrolling the way get sniped or some cannibals come in help from outside banzai charging. If you send people to attack and hold on a undefendable position leaving them alone exposed to jihadsts spam, you’re an idiot two times because you have wasted lifes gaining nothing and because that life could have been… Read more »
Anonymous
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it´s not a civil war, it´s a proxy war to destroy Syria, mixed with some salafist religious extremism.

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Very good that SAA managed to win the Shaer Battle so fast. And there seems to be fighting in Dael. The Daraa and Quneitra provinces get more and more important because there are very much of the modeRATe beasts which must be destroyed! While the modeRATs in Idlib have increasing trouble with NusRATs, it is the right time for SAA to cripple hard the two-legged-Southern-Front-dirt and to destroy one of the last US criminals hopes.
No mode-RATS, no Nus-RATS, no rats at all. Only God, Syria and its people.

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Nice video of Daraa province by Anna news: http://anna-news.info/node/25293 From the center of the city we head towards the line of contact with the militants. that the enemy is near these graves show here, on the outskirts of the city. The Army is waiting and ready to repel the attacks of the Islamists in any moment.Vicino us are the border crossing points and the Mosque of Abu Zed.. Two days ago the Al Nusra Front rebels attacked our positions, but were defeated, suffered losses in killed and wounded. When the militants who attack using all available weapons, such as heavy… Read more »
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Repect to ANNA News. Amazing, they are working on two hotspots at the same time, Syria and Ukraine. There is even information that Doctor Marat Musin was once arrested by Ukrainian forces.

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Respect

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jiad, the link of anna news,johny why anonymous?

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awdnews-Moscow- Nov 09, 2014, A fiery phone call between Erdoğan and Putin ended in firing mutual threats.. http://t.co/vJUt75I8JE

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If there would be a unitary european foreign policy there would be meetings between the EU, Russia and Turkey on middle east matters. And the same goes for Ukraine. The USA acts parasitic in both cases and should be demonstratively left out.

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Nawa had changed its owner several times during the war. Of course, an SAA retreat is not good. But the rats should not celebrate too soon.

Isabella
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OMG! The planet of the apes. Invasion :(((((

Frank Reitzenstein
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Yay! More dead rats.

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Frank Reitzenstein
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I can’t post links from this pc because I have upset Christian sensibilities so I will paste. British Department of Defense infested Britain`s most peaceful town with Libyan rats A village under siege: It couldn`t have been a more tranquil corner of England — until Libyan cadets arrived to train and rape and violence erupted. A village community in England has had a small taste of what life is like in Libya under the illegitimate regime placed into power by Britain and her allies. PAUL BRACCHI reports from a community in shock Bassingbourn became home to a controversial programme for… Read more »
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