DAYR EL-ZOR: TRIBES AND VILLAGERS POUR OUT DENOUNCING ISIS AND UNITED STATES

DAYR EL-ZOR:

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This archival photo shows how ISIS crucifies its victims for crimes as lowly and vague as apostasy, insulting the Messenger, or even displays of disgust with Wahhabism

 

Subaykhaan Village, Al-Duwayr, Al-Kishikiyya:  A large demonstration against ISIS erupted yesterday in these three towns in the areas of Al-Mayadeen and Al-Bukamaal.  This occured after ISIS executed 6 men belonging to the large Shu’aytaat tribe and hanging their bodies publicly from posts.  The Shu’aytaat tribe violently reacted to an attempted abduction of 20+ women who were to be used as sex slaves by the cannibals.  This was ISIS’s revenge.   We reported this incident to our readers some days ago.

 

Huwayjat Sakr:  Confirmed 11 ISIS hyenas killed in attacks by SAA 2 days ago.  1 Egyptian and 1 Jordanian identified among the dead.

 

Al-Bu-‘Umar:  An armored car and 2 pickups with 23mm cannons were rendered into molecules on December 24, 2014 by SAAF.  Arriving SAA reconnoitred and assessed the scene.  3 cannons were recovered from the burning mess.  9 cars were also destroyed with burning carcasses littering the countryside in this town on the right bank of the Euphrates.

 

Al-Jafra Village:  The SAA has reportedly destroyed an American Hummer with 4 rodents inside.  My. My. How did they get that Hummer.  I know, they got it from the Iraqi Army. Right?

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AL-HASAKA:

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Abu Qasaayib:  The PDFs have established unchallenged control over this town 45kms south of the city of Qaamishli.

 

Tal Ghazaal:  Ditto.

 

Al-Shidaada, ‘Ukaazh, Tal-Humays:  Fighting with no details other than weapons and ammo destroyed and a vehicle up in flames.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Radioyaran puts together this tongue-in-cheek analysis of moderate “rebels”:

http://radioyaran.com/2014/12/25/the-honest-definition-of-moderate-syrian-rebels/

Arklight sends this fascinating look into the demented ape brain.  Why are the Saudis trying to bring oil prices down to rock bottom?  Is the desire to crush Iran so great in their simian minds that it’s worth taking down their whole operation?

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/25/391812/saudi-arabia-declares-huge-budget-deficit/

Vlad, ever the chessmaster and spymaster, uses his opponents force to his advantage.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/grandmaster-putins-trap-russia-is-selling-oil-and-gas-in-exchange-for-physical-gold/5421567?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=grandmaster-putins-trap-russia-is-selling-oil-and-gas-in-exchange-for-physical-gold

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:  (Thanks, Erdal)

 

 

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First! Thanks Ziad

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I wonder if the battle for Deir Ezzor shows how difficult it is to win military battles before the political conditions are right. Many of these tribal elements now fighting alongside the SAA once supported Isis, or Nusra or FSA before them. Perhaps people had to learn what it was like to live under the regimen of such barbarians before the SAA could move to reconquer the area; winning the hearts and minds of the people must be accomplished before square kilometres can be safely occupied, perhaps?.

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I hope more people (from deir ezzor province) joins the syrian army, I don’t know why they sided with “rebels” first, but it is good to see that they are turning against daesh. I agree with Shinaydeen, it is good they know how much these western beloved “rebels” suck. these people can easily turn the tide in east of Syria and possibly open a gate to liberation of raqqa province, IF more join the army and take up arms.

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I wish the comments on the situation on the ground could be a bit more precise. Its sometimes hard to decipher or to interpret what exactly is meant. Just a couple of days ago it was said “Dayr Ez Zor is finished” what could that mean? War is finished in Dayr Ez Zor… Militants are failing to overrun the bases or anything else? The de-facto situation in Dayr Ez Zor or Aleppo is never really clearly explained. Who is where and hows the momentum? Is Syria unable to close the gap in Aleppo, or intentionally leaving them an escape road… Read more »

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In Derah, father upset at FSA for using civilian homes to launch rocket attacks from, as return fire kills his whole family. Militants are using these strategies on purpose; SAA must inform the civilians, by airdropping leaflets, that their vicinity to militants makes them vulnerable; and then, they should unleash all hell on these rats.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=860_1419605837

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SAA also may have to start treating militant controlled territory as enemy territory all together. I am astounded that there is no martial law in certain areas of the country. It may be a good thing to try. -(1) SAA can: Air drop leaflets informing citizens of their predicament: for example: They cannot travel in groups of more than 2; cannot drive other than from 9am – 10 am and so only on a few designated roads, cannot use vans, trucks, pick up trucks, cannot cross borders, etc. You can even demand that every civilian moving around must wear bright… Read more »

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No Name: with the exception of martial law and travel restrictions, so far as I know the measures you outline are normal operational procedures. Citizens routinely point out rat’s nests to SAA or its partners, and have been doing so for years.

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Muslim Brotherhood feeling its oats – – again. My opinion? track down and kill every one of the murdering sons of bitches, expunge them and their entire line, even the pets.

http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/26/391868/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-rejects-dialogue-with-govt/

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I am still laughing about that artikel from globalresearch. Typical gold bug bullshit. They think that if they drop the word gold just often enough it will increase the price and make them rich. Does anyone know about “physical gold” transported from New York to Moscow? Well, in terms of economy there is no “the West”. There are many countries West of Russia and each of them has to balance their trade. Only Romania produces physical gold. The amount produced in Germany is about 2 kilogram. Per annum. Well, it is very Special Gold by the Name Rhinegold. But it… Read more »

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International Brigade against ISIS: founded by an American young man; includes combat veterans going to YPG/YPJ or Peshmerga. Try ‘Lions of Rojava’ for contact, it might work for you.

http://rt.com/news/208083-westerners-isis-kurds-syria/

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It will be a great day when most a of the tribes in Der Ez Zor realize that future is only under the Syrian Government, ISIS still has a lot of local support, losing it will dreail their plans of a Caliphate. On another note, ISIS offensive in Hasaka failed miserably, losses are very high and they risk losing Tall Hamis. Nusrats offensive in Kassab went really south, lost a lot of fighters in this stupid attempt. Nusrats offensive in Quneytra found a fierce defensive line in Tall Kruom and Jaba, so far they lost 3 field commanders. It is… Read more »

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The Moscow conference is looking more and more like a suspicious escape for a number of Syrian officials as well as a post American intervention puppet government in the works. With whispers growing louder by the day that the US is about to start bombing the Syrian army in order to pave the way for the transition government it seems that the Moscow conference is indeed a post Assad affair. The message from the Russians to the Syrians on behalf of the Americans that the bombing of Syrian army sites is about to begin, the ‘guiding’ of ISIL forces from… Read more »

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More proof the U.S is on the side of ISIS. They are even feeding them now in plain view, and i’de believe this story.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=187603&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=24&s1=1

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the price of gold is manipulated by pumping paper gold [ contracts ] in to the market. thereby increasing supply and keeping price of gold down. this protects the dollar nob. again if you had a brain you would be dangerous. i am jewish and i know my gold

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Fascinating Global Research article about Putin’s chess mastery. But do we understand WHY the Saudi apes are selling cheaply? Wayne Madsen has the low-down — http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/12/20/how-cia-launched-the-financial-pearl-harbor-attacks-russia-venezuela.html * * * It seems the ugly John Brennan, CIA boss, planted agents posing as fracking consultants, to Saudi Aramco, convincing the Iron Age tyrants to frack their elderly oil fields, which were not producing, due to mismanagement. Against more sane advice, the camel-loving primates fracked their fields with high-pressure water and poison — AND NOW, THEY CAN’T SLOW DOWN. If they back off, the oilfields will be polluted with the pressurised gunk, and… Read more »

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hope they tear these monsters apart in der el zoor and can’t wait to hear the SAA hit Aboukamal too,,,btw I am loving these oil prices at 96cents/ltr ,,have not see that in over a decade,not to mention I have never seen oil prices drop during a war lol everything is upside down,,that goes for the west wining anything in Syria too ,,this will make one hell of a story for the history books,how a small nation defied against all odds and won putting a stop to western hegemony in the region,a shining example for others to stand up to… Read more »