ERDOGHAN‘S DREAMS SHATTERED IN ALEPPO; ISIS KILLS NUSRA BOMBMAKER

(Image courtesy of www.mfs-theothernews.com)

ALEPPO:

 

Al-Burayj:  Ahraar Al-Shaam is becoming as inept as ‘Alloosh’s gang of idiots.  Yesterday, on Friday, they were surrounded by the SAA and wiped out:

Ahmad Moussaa Al-Khudhr

Ramadhaan Haaj-Khamees

Muslih Hussayn Barakaat

Saalih Al-Bakkaar

Abu ‘Ali Fahd (Id pending)

 

Aleppo City:  The MoJ announced the granting of amnesty to 85 former rodents who surrendered their weapons and vowed to abjure terrorism.

 

Bani Zayd:  Scores of rats belonging to the Liwaa` Shuhadaa` Badr (Martyrs of Badr Brigade.  Badr refers to a signally important battle fought by Muhammad the Messenger during the early days of the Islamic struggle for survival),  an offshoot of Nusra, were felled in a major battle on Tuesday, December 2, 2014, during their effort to assault fixed SAA positions.  The battle took place at the Al-Jood Association Quarter on the A’zaaz-Aleppo Road near the Al-Zahraa`Municipal Building.  The area is close to Layramoon.  Wael has heard that over 40 rodents were killed, but, has received no details.

 

JAMEEL QADDOOR, the rodent who built the Hellfire (Jahannam) rocket was assassinated by ISIS.  The SAA found his body in a mass grave left by ISIS rodents near Al-Nayrab.  He had been shot in the head.

 

Fighting reported in Bayaanoon, Kafeen, Huraytaan, Salaahuddeen, Al-Raashideen 4th Block, Layramoon, Al-Nayrab.

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

If you have an interest in the Zionist attack on Syria yesterday, read this:

http://nsnbc.me/2014/12/08/israel-launched-5-air-strikes-in-syria-media-blackout/

Dr. Staggenborg enunciates clearly the black hole into which the U.S. is leading the “Free World”:

http://www.soldiersforpeaceinternational.org/2014/12/turkeys-turn-to-russia-could-spell-end.html

Penny also weighs in on the Zionist air strike on Syria. And she has started to refer to our government in Damascus as a “government” and not a “regime”:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2014/12/israel-attacks-syria-aiding-their.html

And now Brandon delivers his take on the Zionist air raids:

http://www.activistpost.com/2014/12/israel-bombs-syria-again-hits-ag.html


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Mentat
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Assad has threatened Israel that if there is just one more aerial bombing, he will return his SodaStream machine for a full refund, and this time he really means it!

Freedomfighter
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Dear Mentat, as I understand so far you can read and writte in english and so far you have some level of sophistication and you should be able to use your rationality. Just use your brain, my friend. I do not want to offend you I just try to help you that you start thinking before writting or talking. Israel is supported by the whole world. Mainly saudi arabia, UAE, Bahrain, qatar all muslim countries are strategic allies of israel as turkey is. Only the latter talks different but as a nato member supports israel like the radars in Malatya… Read more »
Cataro
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Well said

Abu Sirry
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Extremely well said!!!! As a Syrian I would love to see s-300 light up the skys when my country is attacked, but I know the repercussion would not aid my country. As my father used to tell me in Arabic proverbs : “Kilshee bee whaeto” Sa3a la rubak,Sa3a la Shighlak was Sa3a la kulbak” and inshallah sa3a lal 3adou.

timo
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Metan@I ignore him.Gähnnnnnnnn

ariston
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ariston

What a fucked up slut you look like…maybe even you could be a faggot gay shit.anyway i could be you still have to suck Assad balls…

Anonymous
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Assad is moving to Paris and then he will live off of funds he has stolen from his people in his own elegant dacha. It was a nice party for the assad extended family, but now the party is about over.

david
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do you have evidence of this anonymous? what makes assad any worse than any other leader and future leaders. he could have made more money by being a western puppet

david
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the party is just starting

Anonymous
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Twat

hblinken
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It is noteworthy that an eventual Israeli involvement or the involvement of agencies of other governments in “taking down” the news agencies website would constitute crimes according to international law amounting to war crimes.

What a silly quote from Dr. Christof Lehmann, he keeps forgetting they are “the Chosen Ones”. For now it makes no sense militarily for Syria to retaliate, there are many parts of the puzzle still not stuck together, Yemen is one, the idea is to tie up Saudi Arabia so Israel cann not enter via their Airspace, Turkey is another, Bahrain.

Canthama
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I understand and I accept the idea of no retaliation at the moment against Israel, it is the right course for sure since Syria has too much in its plate to open up a new fight with a high tech army. This Syrian reaction was even more evidently correct in the past since most of the previously unprovoked attacks by Israel used fighter jets that did not cross Syria air space while firing their missiles to their selected targets, this time though it seems very different, Israeli jets did cross and violated Syrian air space as if there was no… Read more »
Anonymous
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Wait a second, 1) they say it was “drones” – no drones seem to fall under a gentleman’s agreement and 2) Israeli planes have always flown where they liked.
Sort of they\re using their customary right of the Enchanted Ones, and maybe they just want to rub it in, so it doesn’t get sort of, u’know, forgotten that the Chosen Ones have these rights ?

david
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The attack was to humiliate Syria. It has succeeded. Russia’s ships in Tartous did nothing.

Arkright
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Canthama: Did I miss something? Does the Killer Coalition have Syria’s permission to overfly any Syrian territory? Or are they criminals, too? They certainly are not hurting ISIS (except by accident), but they certainly destroy Syrian infrastructure and kill Syrian citizens.

Anonymous
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As promised by US/Israel; Assad shall be removed, No nuke deal for the ayatollah person, No palestinian state, and the al aqsa be converted into a synagogue. It will be done before this year ends! What say you ziadsky and friends?

Anonymous
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Who gives a shit

david
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US promised libya a democracy, iraq freedom and their own people prosperity and the american dream. their promises never come to fruition anonymous. iran will be given nukes if they need them. no palestinian state is a definite. and al aqsa will be converted into a shoppjng mall.

Betty
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Iran already has nukes. Tested in North Korea. They work pretty good.

teevee
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פאַק איר

ANYON
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Classless קלאַססלעסס

teevee
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If the shoe fits? classless is when you come here defend and glorify a criminal act, classless is promoting your hatred of Syrians. Classless is gloating about acts of violence against a sovereign nation. So what I said is well deserved. At least you can’t use your usual antisemitic jive here. since now it is you who is anti humanity.

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Anonymous, A few weeks ago you wrote that at 11/11 Assad shall be removed and the FSA enter in Damasco… I replied you that to 11/11 the more probable is, that there is not FSA .. Now from the end of the year the more probable is the complete liberation of Aleppo ..

Anonymous
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Appears that someone is jealous of Turkey…

ihatepunks
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ihatepunks

Kick rocks…………..put the crack pipe down and face reality, your ass is delusional………

Anonymous
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Cool ! And more on Erdy by Pepe : Erdogan’s game so far was the same as that of the House of Saud and Qatar’s House of Thani; get rid of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to allow an oil pipeline from Saudi Arabia and a gas pipeline from the South Pars/North Dome mega-field in Qatar. This pipeline would be Qatar-Iraq-Syria-Turkey, rivaling the already proposed, $10 billion Iran-Iraq-Syria pipeline. Final customers: the EU, of course, desperate in its “escape from Gazprom” offensive. So what now? Will Erdogan abandon his “Assad must go” obsession? It’s too early to tell. The Turkish Foreign… Read more »
irishsyriansaa
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Z….how can the subhuman murdering zio trash get away with bombing Syria.What about the S 300 system? This is the forth or fifth time the ghetto vermin have done this.Were they able to evade Syrian AA defences ? These cocksuckers need to be shot out of the Syrian sky as they are the de facto airforce of the cannibals,rapists,killers and hyenas !!!!

Anonymous
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Syria does not want to enter into a war with Israel at the present time and does not want to reveal what defense systems they have against any air force.

david
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they appear to have no defence systems? though israel seems somewhat desperate

Jeffrey
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How can Syria remain a nation if they can’t even control their airspace from rogue attacks by their neighbor? Doesn’t look too good for Dr. Assad as every time some progress is made Israel bombs them back several months. While Israeli jets were in the air above his house, one has to wonder where Dr. Assad was? It’s pretty clear Syria doesn’t have the s-300 and can’t do anything against the air force of Israel. It might be better for his people if he draws up terms with Saudis and Israelis and stops the killing of his people. It doesn’t… Read more »
spinworthy
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Israeli planes reported flying all over southern Lebanon prior to the strikes. A diversion, or multiple platforms to overwhelm monitoring? Regardless, Israel doesn’t need to cross over Syrian airspace to strike the Damasc vicinity or other targets inside Syria. Their ‘airstrikes’ never target beyond 100-150 km into Syria.
These terrorists essentially attack from beyond the border with their high flying artillery/missile platforms. About as risky as flying a drone.

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Assad does not treat Syrian sovereignty or the issue of sovereignty as sacred, so how can anyone expect Syria’s enemies to treat it as sacred? Assad describes constitutions as “pieces of paper that can be changed” but he does not understand the genesis of a nation is its constitution. If you don’t have principles when it comes to these foundational issues, you treat Syria as the property of a regime and not a government representing a state.

The more Syria gains on the battlefield against its enemies, the more to expect escalations by enemies near and far.

Anonymous
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The genesis of the principles of the government of a people is the people constituting a government with the principles of genesis, or the principled government genesis of a people – while the genesis of government relies on the people’s principles – that right, Arab-not-a-Syrian ? It’s all BS, just mind-fucking – and they escalate whatever you do. Might as well win.
So, keep up killing them and be practical about it, Doc Bashar !

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ok anonymous-i-ree

Trpintel
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Many on here are too reactionary and want instant gratification, glad yall don’t have a say in real strategy, many don’t understand that all moves on Iran Russia Syria China side are moves made for a long plan in the future , years down the road , many don’t realize the house of saud is dead and they are a flailing animal in its death throws , only problem ,,,, they have lots of money ,Israel is digging its own grave and Syria has clear instruction not to take the bait , the plan for them lies in the diplomatic… Read more »
Anonymous
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I suggest that the less challenged ones here pay more attention to the developing international scenario than to Syria’s day-to-day I ambush you = you ambush me situation which we may well leave to the SAA command and it’s stolid soldiers. On The Saker’s blog, a big change is being explained in words that simple people like us may be able to understand. Sometimes, adventurous folk chime in, like the guy who proposes this : (1) Putin implements Starikov’s gold backed rouble. (China could follow) (2) Iran starts an insurgency in Saudi Arabia/Qatar. (3) Russia & Iran will put troops… Read more »
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Anon: Red China has been dancing around the Gold Yuan for several years, and I think that they are ready to roll it out when they consider the time is right. The International Banksters would have a cow, but China is not Libya and cannot be laid waste in a months long frenzy of killing everything that moves, and flattening anything that does not. Recall that Colonel Gaddafi was going to roll out the Libyan Gold Dinar in June, but somebody shot their fool mouth off in February. Recall, also, that it was Hilary Clinton who ordered the initial air… Read more »
dudleydoright911
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The assholes who mock Syria’s lack of response thus far to the satanic settler state’s games really need to get their heads examined – although I understand it in many cases is simply smug shit talking. Thanks to the fact that nearly every country on earth carries the water for them, and the western attack dogs are just waiting for an excuse to start ww3, Syria’s restraint is remarkable, and noble. These perma victim, generational blood suckers will get theirs at some point, but now is not the time. Speaking of which, the simple fact that they are working hand… Read more »
Anonymous
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No use bothering to respond to such idiocy, best to wait till they go away. The only person with any sensible right to ask such questions is Mentat 😉

Kjel
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Hi there, I have a little thing in my mind that i would like to drop here. The subject is Tabqa v.s. Der Ezzor military airport. Am a totally losing my mind or is there some sense in this? The conclusion is: it was a very wise decision to leave Base 17/93 and Tabqa and save as many souls and equipment as possible. Why? It bothered me for quite a while. Why leave these large and defendable positions at strategic crossroads in Raqqa? And then it sudden struck me when ISIS started there ‘siege’ on Deir Ezzor military airport. There… Read more »
Flanders
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Well, if they had no intention to defend 17/93, then why not evacuate way before? They both collapsed in no time. They had plenty of time to set up defences at Tabqa and it was an operational air base with obviously and inner and outer perimeter. The Tabqa disaster made it a lot easier to infiltrate towards Hama and Homs which is still going on. The Tiger Force is fighting them there. The truth of the matter is that they have a very hard time countering IS who are very mobile, extremely dedicated, “poorly” equipped without any air support at… Read more »
Boiler Room
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By now you predicted wrong.

Anonymous
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Of course SAA have insuff intel – no satellites, must fly. Of course an air base is easily taken by a highly mobile force that moves like locusts, marches in several columns, unites to strike – Clausewitz coulda tole ya. That’s ISIS’ one great strength, as it was the Mongols’. So, air bases with big runways are hard to defend because it’s a big flat terrain and you have to surround it with thousands of infantry – which they simply can’t do as they need the combat troops elsewhere. It’s not a weakness of the SAA but rather of the… Read more »
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Flanders: There are numerous questions concerning Tabqa that will never be answered, but the best notion I can come up with for the debacle is command failure. Somebody folded in the clutch, with predictable results. I don’t know for a fact that Tabqa, plus 17/93 could have been successfully defended, but I do agree that the vacating of the bases could have been done a lot better, without leaving the troops just hanging out there in the wind. Just my opinion.

Flanders
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Deir Ez Zor under siege by 3.000 IS apes. Expect attack after attack. Just like with Kobane. This siege could last for months.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/deir-ezzor-3rd-isis-attack-military-airport-foiled-syrian-army/

Canthama
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Flanders, as we have discussed here on Syrper, this ISIS attempt in Der Ez Zor airbase was a serious bold move, it could be even stupid if they indeed depleted other regions where figthing is also hot. They have lost too many fighter-rats in this attempt so far, very little gain and mostly likely will lose all of it very fast, but most importantly is that they may have created, due to the so far failed attempts and death rates, a moral issue for them, the almost encircled ones in Der Ez Zor city and Saker Island. I would not… Read more »
Anonymous
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If I had 5000 ISIS rats, I would likely take that base. hard to say how many they lost, probably not more than 200. Thats nothing. No idea how many SAA infantry are actually there. How many defend the barracks and buildings ? How many are elsewhere ? I think SAA cordoned off that base and more in a wide circle, but they cannot have a continuous line like Wellington at Waterloo. or the Romans at Cannae – hey, Wellington didn’t have a continuous line with more than 50k troops ! And the Romans lost the fucking battle ! ISIS… Read more »
Arkright
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Anon: ISIS doesn’t appear to have MANPADs at Deir ez Zor, thank goodness. Also, from the photos it doesn’t look like ISIS used many top quality fighters, either. they allegedly drew down garrisons all the way from northern Syria to southern Iraq in the attempt, including a water borne assault; they also appear to have been short of heavy weapons, so what the heck was that? a forlorn hope?

Anonymous
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Well… in war, many commanders simply try over and over what has worked before, especially with badly trained troops. That means many actions will look strangely meaningless. Otherwise, they usually favour the concept of going in at the gates with heavy superiority, after blasting their way with suicide trucks. now that IS a simple concept. Can it be that iSIS tactical genius is way overestimated and the competency of it’s troops is rather low ? Only one tactic won’t cut it in the long run. A forlorn hope will only do the job if it gets followed up with gusto.… Read more »
Boiler Room
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There is no siege to Deir Ezzor. Maybe you consult a battle map – for example on wikipedia – and a dictionary and look up the word “siege”.

Flanders
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A siege is a military blockade, well attempt at a siege then? The 137 Brigade Army Base was also attacked as the hills (and taken for a short time) above Deir Ez Zor city. Maybe you should consult a battle map. A siege is clearly the objective. Happy now?

Boiler Room
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Whether it is an objective or not – I don’t know – but it is certaintly not the case.

Flanders
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The Deir Ez Zor offensive has just started. Wait and see…

Boiler Room
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Bla-blah.

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Hi Flanders, 3000 might sound alot but there is a big problem. If there is a 3:1 or 4:1 wounded to dead ratio 800-1000 dead blasphemers means that their army is basically wiped out. There is talk about 200-600 worshippers of the flame already dead. If 200 are dead there might be 600-800 wounded which means that aroud 1000 fighters are unable to attack or not 100 % combat ready. This is 1/3 of the total attack force. If 500 are dead 1500-2000 are wounded which would mean that they only have half or in the worst case 1000 fully… Read more »
juanito perez
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So true!

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There are a lot of comments regarding Syria’s response to the Israeli aggression, and many people are disappointed for the lack of immediate retaliation. I for one belisves that any aggression should result in retaliation. The retaliation , however should not necessarily be a knee jerk reflex, but should be calculated to inflict a heavy price on the aggressor. The retaliation could be indirect, and could be delayed. A good example would be providing Hizbullah with weapons that WILL, be used against Israel, and WILL cost the Israelis dearly. We are not talking about theories, but about realities on the… Read more »
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Hannibal, you are so very right on your post. This is how Dr Assad thinks and how he explains always when he is questioned in interviews on Israeli’s attacks…almost literaly Dr Assads says, “we won’t retaliate in the same way, but Israel knows we always retaliate and they know we retaliate where it hurst them the most”. I fully agree with you and Dr. Assad on this subject. As I mentioned in a previous post, the fact there seems to be a recorded air space violation this time (vs missiles flying from Lebanon airspace or even over the Med sea… Read more »
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Here’s an Israeli source, that’s not to be totally trusted. But it gives some perspective regarding the Israeli Bombing. Mid-East sources: Israel’s air strikes hit Russian top-line air defense missiles sent to Syria & Hizballah DEBKAfile Special Report December 7, 2014, 10:18 PM (IDT) Tags: Israel Air Force, Damascus, Hizballah, Russian missiles, Russian intelligence, Israeli air strike Israeli air strike Israel’s air strikes near Damascus international air port and the Syrian-Lebanese border Sunday, Dec. 7, are depicted by Middle East military and intelligence sources as Israel’s first overt military clash with Russia in the course of the more than three-year… Read more »
Boiler Room
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It is annoying to look up Syrpers blog and to find full blown zionist propaganda in the comment section..

teevee
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Sorry Bob but this is BS, 1st of all if or when a Russian spying post is about to be taken I guaranty you nothing will be left there for them to look at. 2nd The arms being shipped to Hezbollah are being flown from Shiraz to Baghdad directly to Beirut. remember the Beirut Airport controversy when Hezbollah took over the security of the airport, I think 2009 or 2010.

Indre
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Bullshit – if Russia really had a post here they’ve destroyed any equipment before it falls into the wrong hands but I’m quite sure that the Russians aren’t that stupid to run a base there.

Anonymous
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Debka is the CNN of Israel.. lol
How can any idiot quote anything from them.. is unbelievable .

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Sorry Bob, i followed debka for quite a while and cross referenced their “intelligence”, most of it was BS so i stopped following it, trust me when i tell you, it is all for the consumer and morale, sometime they may have something but never important.

Anonymous
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Debkafile are legendary for their unfailing creativity. They knew that Deir-es-Zor base had totally fallen on Saturday – one might have thought it was them who had sent ISIS there 😉

Mentat
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HellCannon bullseye on Dad’s Army sniper nest atop Amir Palace Hotel, Aleppo.

Abu Bakr’s main Dudes are partying like it’s 1999 in Raqqa tonight … the grapes-of-wrath-vine says it’s for Deir Ezzour Airport … confirmation expected soon …

Finally and most amazingly, it appears Syrian Air Defence has actually shot down an Israeli drone South-West of Damascus yesterday … I am stunned and must confess, “Well done, it’s about bloody time, now FFS follow up by declaring a similarly-enforced 100% NFZ for all unauthorised aircraft entering Syrian airspace!”

Boiler Room
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Repression is a well known defense mechanism in psycho-analysis. Maybe Abu and his dudes should consult a doctor together with their friends from the zionist enity for a family therapy?

Mentat
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Maybe I should have said they’re partying like it’s 632?

ariston
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Whats going on in Deir Azour Ziad??? Im reading some confusing tweets.

Flanders
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Leith Abou Fadel ‏@KeepingtheLeith 6m minutes ago
Officially confirmed to me: ISIS has not captured the #DeirEzzor Military Airport; this is complete hogwash.

Twitter can be a bit of a freak show at times. Air port is fine for now…

ariston
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I ‘ve been reading Ziad’s son as well but whats worrying me are the amplitudes of attacks.i was just thinking of the SAA being in a kind of bad position (hope not).

Flanders
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More boots on the ground, which they claimed would not happen. Already 4.600 troops there officially. No doubt already more. Iraqi army is now led by the US (was already the case), now openly. Seems the plan is to chase IS towards Syria.

U.S. says allies to send about 1,500 troops to Iraq
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/12/08/uk-mideast-crisis-iraq-troops-idUKKBN0JM21020141208

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I’d like nothing more than for ISIS to keep trying to besiege D.E. airbase. in the grand scheme of things the only chance these savages had was to infiltrate urban areas and sow discord. In regular military operations, as I’ve said before, they have been doomed to lose. The more these idiots conduct regular warfare in the open with no air power, the quicker they will be sent where they belong – satan’s hair styling and aesthetics beauty academy. It’s been proven time and again recently. Even if they do take over a place for a time they end up… Read more »
ariston
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Good judgement .

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Hi ziad, Even the Islamists sites confirm that their attack to the east of the airbase was rejected .. Yesterday in Peto lucem and Anna News i read that the Nusra Front terrorists targeted the Military housing area in Sheikh_Miskin .. Today I found no information to events in Shekh Miskin .. You know something? ..

radioyaran
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With regards to IS attacks on Deir al Zour military airport, though they have failed so far, this could be a second Tabqa or Mingh or Kindi Hospital: They will bring in more brainwashed VBIED drivers. Unless the SAA/NDF do not have several lines of defense and at least 2000 men + air support it will be very hard to keep the base for long. Regarding air support, the best weapon against the mobile hordes of IS men driving a multitude of pick up trucks with heavy MGs mounted on the back are attack helicopters using high calibre MGs. I… Read more »
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Ziad, thank you for your extensive hard work informing the world on Syria, it is very valuable. Re the key role of Russia in support for Dr Assad in this globally significant struggle in Syria, I want to share with you some thoughts and fears from the intra-Slavic debate on Putin re the Ukraine war, which I know much better from personal contacts here in Europe. By the way, the ‘Saker’ blog linked in comments above, is a sometimes-interesting but *not trusted* source on Ukraine. Excessively self-promoting Saker operates out of USA near CIA-Wikipedia headquarters, and there are many signs… Read more »
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“Myself, I do not know what to think about Putin” says Brabantian after telling us the following: “Putin meets regularly with leading Zionist neo-con ‘New World Order’ war-monger Henry Kissinger, and is full of praise for him. “Putin is heavily linked to US regime via Israel. “Putin went along with unjustified Zionist-pumped economic sanctions against Iran. “Russia betrayed Libya and Qaddafi … even tho Putin knew Qaddafi was a major and key pillar of resistance to the Nato Western powers. “in Ukraine, many Russians feel that Putin is a traitor” I think you do know exactly what you think about… Read more »
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Shinaydeen, How do you write this type of comments abbout Putin .. Neither the most fiercely sites in the West there are no such injustice comments .. Anyone can says that he wants .. But the fact is that in worldwide only Putin stood by the legitimate government of Syria .. only Putin considerated LEGAL this goverment .. only Putin to oppose veto to any military intervention in Syria .. only Putin’s Russia HELPS Assad’s Syria financially, in food, in medical equipment, armaments … When for the other all universes and the humanitarian organizations people are only the dissidents cannibals… Read more »
Canthama
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Hi Johny, you jump the gun too fast on Shinaydeen, he was disgreeing with brabatian who wrote the extensive note pretending to me neutral but with a long list against Putin, Shinaydeen quoted all the sentences to show it was brabatian doing not his.

Shinaydeen
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Thank you, Canthama. You are correct. I am a strong supporter and admirer of Vladimir Putin. Syria might have been lost by now without him.

Johny
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Hi, canthama and tks.. Excuse me shinaydeen.. i was wrong .. Because, i almost know your opinions, for this, these comments seemed strange to me .. And I replied .. I must be more careful .. Anyway, my english is the worst..

Ozsceptic
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Shinaydeen – Bravo! 10 out of 10! You saved me the bother of posting a response to that crap…and you did a much better job than I could have done.
Thank you

Anonymous
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How many way do you want to play hide and seek ? Trying to sow mistrust among the sheeple ? Is Putin the head of the Western Cabal ? That must be it. It was him who had that brilliant idea about Ukraine – Ex KGB guys are like that, they just cayn’t stop 😉 Btw Kissinger is an intelligent Realpolitik manager, one of the sane minds over there in DC-land, a person to rely on and reckon with. May he live longer, we need sanity in the US and there is no guarantee anyone else is left. Some of… Read more »
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Kissinger is an imperialist sociopath and cold-blooded war-criminal, whose ‘success’ in not getting rightfully hanged has bred a new generation of such insane swine in USA.

As for Putin, please have a stab at explaining what may have moved him to vote for 4 sets of UNSC sanctions against Iran, sanctions which he is still enforcing, even as he himself now sinks in a sea of the same shit poured out by his dearly beloved western ‘partners’ in the crime?

johny
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British ‘Vicar of Baghdad’ claims Isis beheaded four children for refusing to convert to Islam…http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/british-vicar-of-baghdad-claims-isis-beheaded-four-children-for-refusing-to-convert-to-islam-9911072.html .. mentant after your comment abbout this.. we can speak abbout putin and his beloved partners..

Mentat
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Gladly:

It’s strange how those allegedly chopped children have no names, date or place of death, and that nobody would think to snap even one photo of such an atrocity — thus, I do not take the word of whatever alleged crying ‘vicar’ has lent his lousy name to MI6 for this story, as it fairly stinks of cheap and shoddy British war-propaganda aimed to rile up the gullible, god-bothering segment of their own population for another ‘righteous’ Crusade of endless slaughter of the Untermenschen-du-Jour abroad.

Jason
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Yeah exactly right Mentat, most of these Christian clergy are agents of Western imperialism and can’t wait to get under the American military and Vatican ‘spiritual’ umbrella. The propaganda of fear around these Christian communities is enough to make one sick to the stomach, don’t worry about the poor Sunni Muslims who have been exiled from their towns and villages on a far greater scale in Syria and Iraq, there is nothing like the persecuted and imperiled Christian for the gullible Western audiences. How is the behaviour of Christian leaders acceptable when they send delegations to Washington begging for a… Read more »
Anonymous
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What’s worse, they beheaded them using old German bayonets from WW1 which the vile Huns had already used to stab Belgian babies with ! You can see how the enemies of the Christian Occident will stop at nuzzins.

Anonymous
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Kissinger is simply a cool bishop. I watched him in a German TV interview in the 80s, and (he’s a German Jew whose family fled to the US) – when the inevitable questions about the Third Reich came, he just stated that “all Hitler did was actually power politics”. Now that was bold for a Jew, though not for a sociopath but I would suggest you look up the definition before you use the term. And he was of course right (I won’t bother to explain here, any discussion would be impossible without rather detailed knowledge about history). He recently… Read more »
Anonymous
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To Mentat….

I am sure Kissinger thinks very highly of you too………………..now fuck off!

Respectfully yours

Setright

Jason
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The Russian people and the few remaining honest politicians need to wake up to the fact that Putin is step by step betraying his country to the Yankee controlled global slave system. His failure to assert Russian power in Eastern Ukraine in order to protect the population there as well as safeguard traditional Russian lands is nothing short of scandalous, what he is doing is basically presiding over the genocide of the Russian people while hiding behind the cover of ‘diplomacy’. I have always said this, and at the time when these events were still in the early stages i… Read more »
Anonymous
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Yeah, Putin is actually working for Obama. This is why he does the Russian pivot towards China, to meet Obama’s Asian pivot right there so they can split up China and make the entire world succumb to multinational capitalism. The master plan is to ignite a nuclear war with resulting depopulation, however they can’t make up their minds about how to keep up multinational profits for the banks when about half of the population is dead. And the vile smell ! So they keep blundering along and blaming each other, knowing that as long as they do, nobody is going… Read more »
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Jason: I am concerned for your mental health. I suspect that you have a little wax doll of Putin in your dark cellar, stuck full of pins and a taped a photo of him on a dart board. At first, you posted sensible articles on a variety of topics, but recently all you ever post are endless, mind-numbing, repetitive, boring diatribes about ‘big bad Vlad,’ In your last post, you mention Lavrov’s warning that ‘the west seeks regime-change in Russia’ and yet here you are now, trying to peddle that same propaganda on SyPer!! Read the ‘dislike’ meter, Jason. Other… Read more »
Arkright
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brabantian: Road apples.

Abu Zeb Al-Turki
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Abu Zeb Al-Turki

My man Erdogan will free Syria. May he live a long life. DOWN WITH BASHAR

abc
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abc

Eat shit ABU!

teevee
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teevee

OK sunshine no more drinks for you.

M
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No more “Captagon” for him! lol

Ozsceptic
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Abu Zeb Al-Turki: “Abu? Abu? What are you doing on my laptop? Posting on that internet blog of yours? Silly boy! Get back in the kebab shop, customers are waiting. I wanted a son that thinks of hard work and I get a worthless son who only dreams of being a jihadi.”

Freedomfighter
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Yeah, what you like most of him his dick? Are you a bitch? He is your man, what? Motherfucker thats what women say about man, bitch

Ninja Please
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Ninja Please

what the hell are you saying?

Johny
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Ninja, It seems to me that the fighter expressed his sympathy for the erdogan’s lover…

Johny
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In the vicinity of the military airport in Deir ez-Zor continued the attempts to break through the military structures by the Isis groups… Today, it was recorded in the east of it the next attack militants started with the tradition – with an attempt to undermine a car bomb under the control of the Saudi suicide bombers. Move at the Army reference point in high speed armored vehicle was destroyed by a guided missile distance.. The militants however the failure of the suicide car, not stopped and stormed the lines of the Army defense, not only above directions in the… Read more »
Anonymous
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That sounds as if they are getting restless ! But not creative. maybe car makers should supply them with free vehicles and hold a racing competition (will a Mercedes suicide truck make it through the SAA lines before it blows, as opposed to a Toyota ?), that would be a new calling for Bernie Ecclestone who seems to be out of a job while still going strong. The Nusra rats are way more creative, they managed to blow up an SAA checkpoint by using UN vehicles they stole from those douchebag blue helmets on the Golan. Wow. No excuses for… Read more »
Arkright
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Anon: Yeah, it’s funny how a UN truck would be allowed inside the kill zone. If the UN was supposed to come to DZ, there should have been notice. Failing that, the line dogs should have toasted the truck, but I think that there is still enough of the Arab Army way of doing things left over that a grunt doesn’t take a dump without an order. While I’m astonished at the rapidity with which the Syrian military has gone from a spit and polish garrison force to a lean, mean and tight fighting army, I think that there are… Read more »
Penny
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Hi Ziad

I have always called the Syrian government- Syria’s government or Syria’s elected government

However, if I am quoting the lying media… I have to quote directly

To my mind the Assad government has always been Syria’s government- having the support of Syria’s people
Notice my use of takfiri in the post heading- that’s what Israel’s terrorists are takfiri

Thanks for the link too

Anonymous
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LOL the israeli “stealth drone” posted in link above ,shot down by Syrian army and inside was full of primitive electronics.. LOL So much for their technology being “advanced” and their drones falls like flies from the sky against Syrian defenses.. lol Speaking about technology.. take a look Israeli pigs at the new Russian sniper technology .. precisely designed to blow up Israeli pigs heads..

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[…] Ziad Fadel  […]

Fuck Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia!
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Fuck Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia!

behaded by the moderate FSA:

Fuck Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia!
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Fuck Qatar, Turkey and Saudi Arabia!

Family exiled after son joined IS:

http://rt.com/uk/212471-uk-citizens-exiled-terrorists/

Too bad Germany didn´t exile such scum.

Kjel
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From the SAA Facebook page:

Aleppo is about to be declared completely under SAA siege. We have very good news coming from the battlefield awaiting conformation.

More details will follow.

Syrian Arab Army

Ozsceptic
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Go SAA!!
Thanks Kjel

pop
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from some minutes ago..
******
Iraqi army has discovered nearly a dozen depots of Israeli-made arms
and ammunition in Diyala province, local officials disclosed on Monday.

“…the depot contained a lot of explosives, weapons and bombs all made
by Israel.”
http://www.electronicresistance.net/2014/12/iraqi-army-discovers-huge-depots-of-israel-made-weapons-ammunition/
***
One could think, they deliver the
rope from which they will be hanged.
Methodical terror signature trusting to
come away with the bad jew, good jew play.

Ozsceptic
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Pop, you rule! .. but may I suggest the word ‘ploy’ instead of ‘play?’
Your humble fan, Oz

pop
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Ploy, yes, but always again and again
it degrades to a humdrum cheap play,
trusting decades of MSM brain-wash
will guarantee them a cunning ploy.

Ozsceptic
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Pop – OK, I surrender!
Oz

Shinaydeen
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If there is one thing Americans (or at least the elite ones) lack, it is a sense of irony. I read this in Liveleak.com: “Army Lt. Gen. James Terry told reporters in Kuwait that …his first priority is to build a bigger coalition of countries to counter IS.” Hmmm… how about reducing the coalition of countries like NATO and all their allies in the Enemies of Syria Coalition which are facilitating ISIS, directly or indirectly? That might prove more fruitful than expanding the anti-ISIS coalition to include those mighty superpowers of Samoa, Nepal and maybe even Gambia. He (Terry), also… Read more »
pop
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Quote:
If there is one thing Americans
(or at least the elite ones) lack, it is a sense of irony.
Pop in:
How nice, have you seen, the NSA alone bought over a
Billion shots of 9mm Dumdum ammunition.
Rest in peace Zio-controled America.
Pop out:
You wonder they like to understand irony.

Canthama
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Canthama

Not sure whether this video was posted at Syrper already, sorry if it is a double, bu worth seen it, a rare scene by a Norwegian F-16 evading a erratic move by a Russian MiG-31. It shows the MiG passing by the F16 like in a formula one race, amazing. It shows the power of the Russia equipments that we see daily in the Syrian conflict, though Syria has no MiG31, it has plenty of others Russian weapons and incredible hardwares.

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Many younger Turks didnt grow up with PKK terror on their hands, (let s not get into the Kurds good or bad thing), the point is that these younger folk didnt see car bombs blow in Istanbul, they didnt see their friends coming back with terrible injuries after a mission.. . All they see is jihadist with toyotas, big houses, pools, sex slaves.. . This sentiment is also fuelled by warmongers like Sultan Erdogan who always despised the army but wants to throw them in the frey and jeopardise Turkish peace all the same. What amazes me is how quickly… Read more »
Shinaydeen
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Nor did they grow up with the terror and repression imposed by the Turkish state on its Kurdish population, the denial of basic rights not only to Kurds but to political prisoners and all kinds of people who opposed the regime. And I’m sure that their grandparents do not inform younger Turks of the appalling atrocities and genocide committed by Turkish regimes of the past against Armenians, Greeks and others. No wonder they want to forget. But the past is in the past. Today, the regime in Ankara is still committing terrorism and atrocities, this time against the Syrian people,… Read more »
Pozitronkx
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Turkey should acknowledge their history, there is no denying that, some other countries had much more to account for, Germany for example. Turkey like Japan are stuck with a hidden history that most locals renounce yet has grave impact on the present state of affairs. Troublesome to say the least. I said this before, to many Turkish people.. . What i was going to stress is that “peace” for Turkey is a rather a new thing, more or less just a decade old and you would be blind to not acknowledge the benefits of this period. Now Erdogan built on… Read more »
ziad
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I was just reading what you said about Penny’s article and how she uses the words “gov” instead of “regime” I read an exchnage between an anonymous(was it you?) calling her up on the very same thing and this was what anonym said and then her reply (she refered to you in it) ” AnonymousDecember 9, 2014 at 8:35 AM all of a sudden a change by actually calling the LEAGAL AND DEMOCRATICALLY elected Government of Syria a government NOT a regime. I hope this continues. As for Fake Isreal it needs to gone for good, and what land it… Read more »
ziad
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these fucking zionists have a lot of nerve shooting and downing a syrian jet in sept that was fighting there sponsored terrorists and may have staryed of course a bit,,they knew this and even there asshole defence minister shalon stated that the plane was not really considered a hostile threat yet they still shoot at it,,and now the fucks go into syria and shoot at us once again,,fucking hypocrites,,by all dead to rights you should have shot these donkeys down like you did the turkish ,,yes yes i know the game is for entrapment but no one will back these… Read more »
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