ALEPPO COMES ALIVE AGAIN WITH NEWLY-OPENED AVENUES

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ALEPPO:

In a development that will have Erdoghan and his criminals in a tizzy, SyrPer is confident in telling its readers that formerly closed avenues in Syria’s most industrious city, Aleppo, are being opened for bustling traffic and a vigorous economic life. The evidence is that the city is coming back slowly.  We know many Aleppans who took refuge in Latakia are heading back to reopen their businesses as the plague of Nusra and its confederates subsides.  Mayor Muhammad Marwaan ‘Ulabi has promised more events of this kind as the city recovers from 2 and 1/2 years of siege and infestation.  The avenues to watch are: Al-Ghazaali Mosque Avenue, Abu Firaas Al-Hamadaani Avenue, Al-Tawheed Mosque Avenue and Al-Sabeel Quarter Avenue.

More news: it appears the SAA has advanced measurably against Nusra in Al-‘Uwayja all the way to the Ba’eedeen Roundabout.  More news to come.


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jo pac
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Good to see some lives can return to almost normal, Thanks Ziad.

zach
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david
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once aleppo is cleared, a circle of iron needs to be put in place around it . all tunnels destroyed.

Sicel Joe
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Sicel Joe

This is the news I really really enjoy hearing more than any Pre-Iron Age Saudi Ape body count!

Anonymous
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No indication of saa or saaf using mini-drones; however, we have seen militants use them. Even new reports out of Idlib show militants using drones to correct mortar fire, with deadly results. Why isn’t saa at least looking into “toy” drones? They are limited capability as cheap as $2,000. They only work in line of sight, and 400 m height, but some have real time high def. streaming capability; and are precisely what reconnaissance needs. It is weird that SAA has not set up a special department, concerned with furthering these technologies.

Arkright
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Anon: I have no reason to assume that SAA/SAAF do NOT have recon/observation drones in action; they have no hood reason to tell us of everything they have in their inventory – – I know I wouldn’t.

Anonymous
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Using something, and using something to such a degree where it makes a significant difference, are two different things. Videos of Fotros variants used by saa/saaf indicate they are used; however, these are very high end, specialized tools that are hard to come by, complex to use, etc. I am talking about small, off the shelf, toy-drones, that you can purchase for $2,000, ready to be used. saa lacks modern surveillance capabilities to better monitor against infiltration. Several well positioned and capable flir cameras can do the job of several dozen men. saa needs to start thinking TECHNOLOGY. It will… Read more »
Arkright
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Anon: Again, I have no reason to assume that SAA/SAAF do NOT have the techntlogy you mention. Again, there is no valid reason why they should post their entire inventory on a public site for everyone upon the planet to view.

Anonymous
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I saw some posts about how the saa are in fact using drones in recent months, in connection with other things – I didn’t pay it much notice, it was just an “aha!”

However when reading this thread I thought I might simply google it, and was rewarded with several results, one of which you geniuses can look up here 😉
http://www.wired.com/2012/07/syria-drones/

ziad
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they have been using them a long time now ,I read on it back in 2013

ziad
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monitoring the borders with turkey as well

German
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Ask the Friends in Iran and Russia.

I know from Press TV that Iran is weekly developing new “Wunderwaffen”.
I think they have some “Wunderdrohnen” for their syrian Friends.
Even i think that Russia give their Satellit Infos to the syrian Army – or what about the daily Victorys against the Sercret Army of the Saudi-Anglo-Zionists (Russia has Drones and Satellits).

P.S. May be that the legendary iranian Republican Guard is in full Action in Syria. and Irak and nobody knows about.
Real Friends for ever.

Shinaydeen
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Shinaydeen

And yet more good news:

More than 500 insurgents pulled out of embattled Aleppo city in the last few days, fearing imminent siege imposed by SAA. (Peto Lucem Twitter)

Flanders
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The SAA could have closed the gap some time ago. They waited to give them a change to get out.
A lot more got out and the gap will be closed soon now. No way out for the rats who decided to stay behind.

ariston
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ariston

Yepp.its true.you are 100% right.

Tony Lizzerri
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I dont get it. Why would the SAA want to give a chance for the scumbags to get out? Why not slaughter those invading animals where they stand?

Anonymous
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If you give no escape to the enemy the enemy will fight on, if you give it the feeling that fighting is pointless and you have no chance the enemy gives up.

chabraque
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Well, it requires more skill and experience to catch & kill a holed-up motley rat sitting on a bag beans, rather than let them out and fight them in the open air. These rats are nuts on captagon. The good thing is that no other/new ones can get IN.

Flanders
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1. To let those who are tired of the war leave the conflict and go back to their daily lives. Clearly, they are not going to take Aleppo.

2. Some of those leaving will join the fight against IS north of Aleppo. IS versus Nusrats/Free Shit Army is OK. Let them kill eachother.

3. To make it easier to liberate the whole of Allepo which would be a big victory the SAA needs badly.

Flanders
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Flanders

Another one; negociations are probably going on, behind the scenes, to get some kind of (partly) truce.

CHEVI789
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OMG, guys, it is better to give them a way out, why? simple, corral them into a smaller disused city/town, then you can flatten them all there in greater number, or kill them as they are escaping, but the baffling thing to me is why the SAA haven’t done this to their advantage, only they know, but to me this is taking way to long.

ziad
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ziad

what about that report a while back of 30 000 isis pigs leaving Allepo?

Anonymous
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Kerry latest comments to its political elite is that their “FIght against ISIS” can take years.. in other words..
that they are preparing to continue supporting terrorist to overthrow assad for years.. So Syrian Government
needs to consider their economy as important as every bullet their army fire on terrorist.. Because the US gov is seeking to exhaust Syria government military as much as possible and its economy.. In the end im sure
SYria will come forward.. victorious and with Assad leading it and all the zionazi and jewraelis plans to control middle east will collapse.

gamejoe
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As i said before. All patriotic citizens in Syria should be armed with assault rifles and lots of ammunition. Millions of people should be armed. They will exhaust Syria and when it has been weakened enough. The “brave” US of Zionist army will invade. If the alliance of the killing know that every Syrian has been armed. They know that their mission will fail and they will not even try. Switserland and the United States have never been invaded……and i just told you why.

Mentat
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Dad’s Army chortles at CIA’s amateurish ‘torture report’, then demonstrates how it should be done!

captaincorto
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i.e. Learning from IS means learning to succeed?
Prizes for the best chopp-offs to gain:
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Bloodthirsty stoneagers!

teevee
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teevee

haha good to see you back, some of the guys here started a rumor you were moving to Iraq to become a Jihadi bride. I certainly didn’t believe it.

irishsyriansaa
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irishsyriansaa

a pity you werent among those wahhabi cannibal carcasses you cock sucker.

Mentat
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I knew you’d enjoy that one, Blowtorch Boy!

Arkright
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Ziad: very glad to see the clean boulevard with private cars on it, and very glad to hear that Allepans are returning home and getting their businesses back on line. To the folks who are whining because the remaining rats were not besieged and trapped within the city and its suburbs – – a cornered rat will astonish you with its ferocity when in extremis, and with its speed when escape is available to it. The rats who have escaped Aleppo will be caught and killed another day. Don’t worry about it.

Alex
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Arkright, the photo is from a 2008 “Cruise the Med” travel booklet. It will again be great and will be rebuilt. I would not have thought it possible but I saw Grozny and the Russians have rebuilt so much of the city so quickly. It can happen

Tony Lizzerri
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I thought that picture looked a little too good. Thats a pic from 2008? Really?? Then why is it posted here in a manner to suggest that it is from the present day?

Arkright
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Tony: I don’t have the answer to that, but I do know that my reliance upon the veracity of SyrPer has plummeted. I really hate when that happens.

Mentat
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LOL, I think you mean your reliance upon the lies of SyrPer, you natural sucker!

CHEVI789
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Tony and all, Ziad is showing you a picture of what it was like, now i know and i’m pretty sure we all know it’s not like that as i have seen pics of the current situation, but to me it’s an appreciation of what it was once like, beautiful.

Arkright
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Chevi: Nice try, bud, but no sale.

JackFtrolls
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I actually had some success with posting a “then and now” comparison of a street in Homs (was it Homs ?) about 8 months ago, on G+ because they all found it impressive what war had done to Syria. This is important to know, as this shows people (americans) how civilized Syria looked before their “humanitarian action” started. It works fine as a psy-op measure, better than other things. I would appreciate an similar photos before’after shots, hear me Ziad ? I could do some nice influencing that way. Not doing it means missing out on an important painless opportunity.… Read more »
Arkright
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Alex: Thanks for the info. I’m disappointed that that Ziad would use the same cheap trick that Syria’s enemies use, though.

Alex
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Arkright, I am certain Ziad was looking to the future with this photo posting rather than the present. It is difficult to get good professional journalistic photo coverage of this war. Eighty photographers-news men killed so far covering it. The word is that Prudential Life Insurance will not insure any newsperson who anticipates going into Iraq or Syria-at any premium rate. . .

Arkright
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Alex: Nice try, bud, but no sale.

Saladin
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Arkright, I never for a moment thought it was a current photo. But you do have a point. A terse caption saying “Aleppo 2008” would be sufficient. I think Ziad is so busy he sometimes does not include all the details.

Arkright
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Saladin: Nice try bud, but no sale.

CHEVI789
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Your a hard man to sell to today Arklight…lol, pun intended.

Arkright
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Arkright

Chevi: hahahahaha! Pretty good!

Abu Zeb Al-Retardi
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I hope we dont lose aleppo. Fine kitty on these streets. SNACKBAAAR! DOWN WITH BASHAR!

gamejoe
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I got news for you Moron. YOU WILL LOSE ALEPPO STINKING RAT

Niqqa Pleez
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F this nigga abu zeb.

Ozsceptic
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Abu Zeb – I like your name this week! LOL
PS: Many people still think you are a true follower of Alloosh, even with your ‘Snackbaaar !’

Bob Birk
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VERY HAPPY TO SEE ALLEPO, RETURN TO A SEMI PERIOD OF NORMALCY!
THIS IS GOOD NEWS! THANKS TOO DR. ASSADS IRON, UNBREAKABLE WILL.
HE HAS WON THE HEART OF HIS PEOPLE!

Jason
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‘On whether there was cooperation between the US and Russia on this regard, Bogdanov added “we are in contact with the US partners, but before that, there should be cooperation with the Syrian government inside and abroad… If there is a desire at the Syrians to meet in Moscow, then we will discuss this point with the US side and others.’

LOL. ‘US partners’, that makes you a ‘partner’ in crime. The last sentence is also noteworthy, it is like he is referring back to his boss (‘the US and others’) and indeed he is.

Boiler Room
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Bogdanov is saying that they would be ‘partners’ in reaching a peaceful solution for all syrians and that there is a possibility for the ‘US and others’ by means of diplomacy to come to terms with the syrian government.

Jason
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They are ‘partners’ in their joint strategy against the Syrian government, this is what is really meant here not your nonsensical and completely illogical ‘partners for peace’ bs. LOL. There is no way that any Syrian gov’t should ever ‘come to terms’ with the US for any reason whatsoever, when the parties to the aggression have shed the blood of hundreds of thousands of Syrians there is no such thing as coming to an accomodation with the US and its puppets, either Syria prevails through its army and people or it doesn’t. The fact remains (which you and others don’t… Read more »
Arkright
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Jason: ‘partners’, in this context, is a wholly tongue-in-cheek deluge of diplomatic soft soap.

teevee
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teevee

I keep reading your comments but it gets more confusing as time goes on. So for the last time I’m going to ask, what is your point? that the Russians are bad? Russians are worse than others? Syria needs to tell the Russians don’t support us? Syria needs to tell Russia don’t send us arms to defend our selves? or what?

Thebeastfromtheeast
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Jason is a hasbara troll. He pretends to be for Syria only to be able to change the narrative and try to make Russia look bad. Hes failing miserably. Id suggest not feeding this troll. I think its.just another mentat handle.

Sicel Joe
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Beast, you’re totally right! He and that other sexually-ambiguous and frustrated English Lit flunkie known as Mantit are surely paid by Zio-Jew Hasbara organizations to create dissension and confusion on this board: a classic Jew trait of deception. Hmm, who’s motto is that, “By way of deception thou shall do war?”

Unfortunately, even though I and others have urged the other commentators countless times not to be baited by these two lurid trolls, there are those who can’t seem to resist the temptation.

Tony Lizzerri
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Without eve rhaving been there, but just comparing what I think is the damage to Syria compared to other hotspots, I would guess that it will be a good 20-30 years before Syria is rebuilt.

Arkright
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Tony: How about fully habitable?

Tony Lizzerri
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5-10 years, depending on the area.

Arkright
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Tony: Depending on whether or not the US or the Israelis used DU munitions, some locales may never be livable again. SAA engineers need to go over the areas with a radiation detector, not a Geiger Counter, and determine if any of the areas are fatally contaminated. The Israelis wouldn’t hesitate for a moment, nor would the US except that Iraq may have prohibited the presence of DU weapons within Iraq, or the use by USAF. After the hideous effects of DU upon the Iraqi population. One can hope

Tony Lizzerri
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Arklight, you may be right, but one thing I hope for sure is that there is a special place in hell for these demons who unleashed this horror on Syria.

Canthama
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No matter what rats are saying or the current fights, there is a clear feeling that the war will be over, if not soon then in it is way to happen in the future. it is refreshing to see posts and comments here or SANA about reconstruction and rebuilding, this is what life is all about, rebuilding and looking to and for the future. May the Syrians have peace and prosperity, the world will be forever indebted with the Syrians.

Alex
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Yes, here in the United States, in interviews you can see more congressmen distancing themselves from sending any help to the “FSA”. Yet In public no government official who wants to be re-elected has the nerve to embrace Dr. Assad and the lawful Syrian government. But it will happen. It will start with news commentators exposing the lies that have been fed to citizens for four years.

Arkright
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Alex: I’d be impressed if 99 44/100% of Congress had not long ago distanced themselves from Truth, Justice, and The American Way. Bear in mind that a gathering of Baboons is a congress.

Anonymous
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He is saying all is lost, Russians betrayed Syria, Iran betrayed Syria and Israelic state will conquer Syria.

Anonymous
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He, she lacks faith and vision, lacks reasoning, demanding sour personality, wants things done yesterday And has answers for nothing, With blinders on, who could see that Syria was in fact betrayed by Syrians and so happens that her allies’ interest is not in Libya ACT II, so the old golden hearted lady is tightening the belt and whoring in Europe and the bear is playing teddy to the Turks with the carcass of Ukraine in plain sight. And if the fight can be taken out of the streets and in to a room, they can be beaten by facts… Read more »
johny
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anonymous, to take away yours and jason’s worries .. I answer to you with the words of Bashar Al-Assad during yesterday’s meeting with Bogdanov ..http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/50186.html

Lucas
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Is there any way for a non arabic speaking American to join the fight on the government side?

JackFtrolls
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I suppose there is, and there are a couple. No idea about linguistics, but Yanks will be welcome not necessarily for fighting but generally showing goodwill, understanding and boosting morale. I am sure the government will invite any serious person. Such an example would enable them to gain more trust in the US populace, something that’s currently nonexistent due to the thick propaganda America is covered in and suffocated with. Snowden isn’t being regarded as “traitor” by all Americans, either. If you know someone who has an interest and isn’t wanted as a serial killer, then I suggest contacting Ziad… Read more »
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yo man i know it will sound crazy but if they accept non arabic speaking Amer,stop by in Belgrade to join up with couple of non arabic speaking Serbs who are ready to help the only normal goverement in the middle east.what are you know,maybe syria unite serbs n americans to fight together

Mentat
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Would you like to become a famous movie star instead? The Islamic State always has openings for fresh Yanki camera-fodder … just move to Raqqa and your successful application will be ‘processed’ onto YouTube immediately … good luck and do try not to flub your lines, as there will only be one take!

the Thylacine
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Ask Dr Franklin Lamb or Gordon Duff, care of veteranstoday, who just returned from a tour of Baalbek, and will I believe visit Syria.
They are vets, and great friends and champions of Syria. They don’t speak Arabic (or civilian).
To my knowledge, only Syrian citizens may fight for the government of Syria.

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Commentary: Hypocrisy of U.S. as human rights police http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/indepth/2014-12/11/c_133846193.htm BEIJING, Dec. 10 (Xinhua) — The hegemony it has exercised, the inquisition by torture it has practised, and the profound racial inequalities all point to the sheer hypocrisy of the United States as a defender of human rights. One day before the annual World Human Rights Day, a report detailing tortures and abuses conducted by U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) against prisoners in Guantanamo and Afghanistan has provoked strident criticisms worldside. The U.S. government loves to decorate itself as a vehement watchdog of human rights on the world stage. On too… Read more »
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Anon: I think, tn begin with, that the US government has more promoted, than advocated, the US as a diverse and equal society. It never has been, of course, but it was approaching that ideal until the adoption of ‘The Doctrine of Manifest Destiny’ which is still the standard by which all other social groups and subgroups are guaged. Despite that, equality was gaining ground (slowly, slowly, but measurably) until laws promoting equality, but guaranteeing further divisiveness, were passed and enforced. Prior to the ’60s ‘American’ was the primary identifier, followed by ‘Indian’ or ‘Negro’ in most noted usage. Our… Read more »
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Syrian rebel training program to start in March: U.S. official

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/11/c_133846481.htm

The program, which is a key part of U.S. President Barack Obama ‘s comprehensive plan to degrade and destroy the IS, will not be completed until a year later in 2016, Brett McGurk, deputy special presidential envoy to the coalition against the IS, told a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing.

[…]

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Amid Reports of UN Vehicles Used for Syria Car Bombing, Ladsous to Answer? By Matthew Russell Lee http://www.innercitypress.com/uncarbombs1ladsous120714.html UNITED NATIONS, December 7 — After UN Peacekeeping under Herve Ladsous ordered surrenders to Jabhat al Nusra in the Golan Heights, the UN’s report dated December 1 says: “Armed groups had seized a number of vehicles during the incidents involving the detention of the 45 peacekeepers from United Nations position 27 and the confinement of others at positions 68 and 69 late in August. While UNDOF hurriedly moved personnel and most United Nations assets, including vehicles, from Camp Faouar and other United… Read more »
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Abu Khinzeer al-goatfuqqr

GOATS AND HOES!

Anonymous
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http://syrianfreedomls.tumblr.com/post/104872123163/former-fsa-fighters-help-is-in-fight-for-deir

any news (beside the snackbarian pages) about Deir ez-zor? Is it possible to bring reinforcements to help the besieged soldiers?

johny
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johny

first you read all the lies of this site rediculous.. and then you ask by ziad the news from Deir Ezzor ..

Anonymous
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Don´t you read the enemys news? If not, you should from time to time. It´s usefull to read both sides if you want to know what the enemy plans and think. Or what weapons he has and where he hides (Youtube and google earth tell a lot about the hideouts of the snackbarians). So don´t think i´m a snackbarians suporter just because i posted a snackbarian link. (And at least: sometimes it´s dangerous for the syrian soldiers if their television shows too much of the defense lines – like in the last hours with the video from Deir-ez-zor- where you… Read more »
Jason
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Who is the Zionist? It is Putin who has signed up to 4 rounds of UN security council resolutions against Iran in order to make this country surrender at the negotiating table. It is Putin who refused to protect the Russian population of Ukraine which now witnesses daily massacres and military losses. It is also Putin on behalf of his western ‘partners’ that is putting massive pressure on the Syrian government to accept a ‘political solution’ and a ‘transitional government’ which will include representatives of foreign states including the bloody Erdogan regime. Those who try to cover this up are… Read more »
Anonymous
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Why are you whining about Putin all the time ? It’s not him who started the war on Syria, it was not him who started the civil war in Ukraine, it was not him who initiated the sanctions against Iran. Just because he doesn’t defeat the US-Israel empire on his own, you’re claiming he has betrayed everybody..

Mentat
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No, not everyone who refuses to face reality is a Zionist. Don’t be stung into this illogical reaction by the petty insults of those who are afraid to think.

BTW, do you have any plausible theory to explain Russia’s filthy record of UNSC votes for economic blackmail against Iran?

Anonymous
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What “filthy” record ? You support the cannibal rebels in Syria, why the crocodile tears for Iran ?

Mentat
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This filthy record of Russia’s playing along with the decade-long Yanki construction of propaganda pretexts for aggression against Iran, and, by extension, Syria.

Now Russia finds itself under essentially the same strangulation sanctions mechanisms it helped its ‘partners’ in crime establish, but for some unfathomable reason still upholds the illegal UN blackmail towards Iran.

Can you rationalise this apparently lunatic behaviour?

Anonymous
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Keeping Iranian oil production low and out of market economically benefit the oil producing Russia, keeping a low level hostility between Iran and the west will weaken both, politically and military benefiting Russia. A nation looking after its own interest is not out of place. Indians also did the same thing and got some sort of a deal.

Mentat
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If that is Russia’s true and sole motivation, it seems an incredibly short-sighted politics to enable US serial aggression against countries which could be built up into robust Russian allies instead of crushed and converted into Yanki-vassals which will later on be used to attack Russia.

And BTW, I don’t see how the hostility either weakens both militarily or benefits Russia politically.

ziad
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I think they have that Aloosh imbecile in there pockets now and hopefully the rest of the so called fsa will deteriorate and be willing to negotiate an out at the dissmay of the west,,waiting for an in depth article on the israhelli strikes

Anonymous
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the syrian air force should supply Deir ez-zor airport with flame throwers for close city combat. Seems that the snackbarians reach the airport and that there isn´t much time now. If the airport fall all soldiers are dead and IS has the much needed victory.
Why syria had poisongas in the past but no napalm?? Such a weapon is needed if you fight against many enemys in open territory. Before it´s too late SAF should start to mix and use Napalm, it´s easy and cheap.

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US Congress Conditions Palestine Funding on No INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL COURT, No UN Moves: Cromnibus II By Matthew Russell Lee http://www.innercitypress.com/cromnibus1palestineicc121114.html UNITED NATIONS, December 11 — After Mahmoud Abbas said that if a Palestine resolution fails this month in the UN Security Council, Palestine will immediately join the International Criminal Court, the US Continuing Resolution / Omnibus on Capital Hill has this to say: “None of the funds appropriated under the heading ‘‘Economic Support Fund’’ in this Act may be made available for assistance for the Palestinian Authority, if after the date of enactment of this Act— “(I) the Palestinians obtain… Read more »
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These crimes against humanity will not be forgotten. When some of the rodents return to my country (in Scandinavia), for sure I will make my effort to remind people of whom they really are. Their attempts to declare themselves innocent of terrorism in Syria, which I am sure some opportunists will do, will be scrutinized in detail. They will not be welcomed back!

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Australia is a significant source country for foreign fighters and has a rate higher than other comparable countries, says Asio [sic – the Australian Security Intelligence Organisation — the trendy fuckers at the Guardio can no longer spell] has identified around 70 Australians currently fighting in Iraq or Syria, out of an estimated 3,000 western fighters. I want to know how many cannibals ASIO facilitated! However, the bourgeois press is only interested in their possible return to do harm in the Sunburnt Country. We are treated here, to the nauseous spectacle of a Catholic Prime minister and a Catholic Ukrainian… Read more »
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Level 4 - Scholae Palatinae

Mahran Deiri ( from All-Jewzeera, Qatar) died Wednesday-evening
by ramming his car into a rat jalopy, by driving with lights off fearing
gunfire near Daraa.
Same location bit later, three died while speeding full throttle with lights on
escaping successfully that feared gunfire but were then hit by a rocket.
They were staffers working for Orient TV, near Sheikh Maskeen.??
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So or so, they met
their fate even though.
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By the way things in Deir Al-Zour must go very bad
for the IS-cohorts.
Again some fresh news of well known lying-sources
accusing the SAA of using chem. warfare.

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