HOMS FALLING TO ASSAD’S SYRIA AS TERRORIST RANKS SHATTER

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HOMS:

 

Al-RastanThe SAA has reportedly killed 3 ISIS leaders here in this town that has never produced one notable thinker in the last 4,000 years:

Qaassim Al-Ashtar (ISIS leader)

Yahyaa Qaassim Al-Ashtar (His miserable son)

 

Al-Shaa’er Mountain:  During the last 3 days, the SAA, SAAF and PDC have killed scores of ISIS rodents trying to keep a hold, any hold, on areas surrounding the oil and gas fields at Al-Jadhal.  Their numbers have been declining steadily due to attrition, defections and surrender.

 

Al-Qusayr:  They keep trying and failing to jump-start their criminal activities again. Nusra and its allies in Lebanon continue to send in expendable yokels to break the hermetically sealed entryways into Homs Province.  Yesterday and today, the SAA and border security killed 34 and wounding many more in efforts to break the seal.  The carcasses remain on the ground, rotting and putrefying.  The stench must be awful.

 

Al-Wa’er Orchards:  Continued fighting with 99% foreigners here holding thousands of innocent Syrian civilians hostage.  The SAA is expected to initiate a large-scale assault as soon as the conditions are right.  That may be weeks away during the deep winter.

 

Khatmillo Village 43kms east of Homs:  Fighting with ISIS. No details.

 

Waadi Al-Samarmarr:  40kms west of Homs at the Lebanese border, Nusra took another hit trying to move into Syria.  No names.

 

Khattaab Village:  Fighting with no details.

 

Dayr Fool:  A large number of vultures were dispatched in a firefight here 4 hours ago.

 

Umm Al-Sahreej:  Weapons and ammo seized and 6 rats killed in a firefight.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

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The Deir Ezzor airbase is not completely isolated like the regime’s airbase in Tabaqa, which ISIS overran in August.

Reinforcements arrived in Deir Ezzor airport east of Syria on Friday for the national military following the gunmen attack on Thursday.

Message from General Issam Zahredeen: All terrorists in #DeirEzzor #Syria will fall to SAA victory.

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NEW MAP of #DeirEzzor battle : #IS seize Jaffrah & get closer to airport
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Interesting RT article about Venezuela ‘seizing’ diamonds and precious metals to boost its reserves. The word ‘seize’ is not defined.

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SAW, part 42, Trapped on Saqr Island

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do you fap to such pictures ?

i bet you do…

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I think Syria is starting to realise that it needs to urgently go after isis as well as the fsa and jan in order to take away any excuses the americunts are thinking of using in order to set up shop in syria via buffer,no fly,saftey,green,freeze etc zones and use it as a platform to directly attack the SAA,did they really think usa was only gonna after isis and make there work easy for them? I think they already knew this but it’s about time they started being more active in confronting isis at al raqqa and keep tightening the… Read more »

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ziad II: Syrian command doesn’t give a damn about Kobani, even if SAA could get there.

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meanwhile Deir-ez-zor is falling to the snackbarians, which need to get the airport. Why didn´t someone expect this attack???
Are there no paratroopers in Syria, or is it impossible to get reinforcements trhough the desert to help this soldiers there? Why is it impossible to get some cammandos (with helicopters) behind enemy lines and take some trouble in the save backyard of these barbarians? A sniper here…a roadsidebomb there….some snackbarians who disappear….these apes should nowhere have the opportunity to feel save

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Come on, man, be realistic, please! This is Dad’s Army you’re talking about, remember? If they manage to peel themselves out of bed before lunch, they already feel like they’ve done a whole week’s work. It is then time for afternoon aperatifs until beddy-byes. They’ve had more casualties from liver cirrhosis than actual enemy action, you know?

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That’s my kind of of army. I would have loved to join this army if it wasn’t busy doing actual fighting.

SAA needs more tactical smarts & stop with the propaganda BS. Start moving the troops around. Do a real tactical retreat if you have to (Don’t let troops get slaughtered) and surprise the terrorists for once by doing something unexpected. Like wearing all black and attacking massively at 2am.

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A convoy of 100s of ISIS vehicles drive from Iraq to #DeirEzzor in Syria

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UW_6YhnE35I#t=118

I’ve seen more of these. Those kind of movements need to be engaged, day and night. If the high tech intel is in place… not a prob.

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pure proof that the USAF only destroy the syrian infrastructure but never really fight against IS.

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Well, USAF will keep IS down to some degree. If it fits them better, they will let IS alone. Worse is that the SAA/SAF isn’t able to stop these kind of movements all over Syria. Which tells me they are currently not able to do it.

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Anon, Flanders: This video could have been shot anywhere, anytime. You’ve got to do better than this.

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Deir Ez Zor or not. The fact remains that IS (and the rest of the criminal clowns) are moving around way too freely.

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For once i agree with you Flanders, they are moving around way to freely, wtf is happening?.

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It has been obvious for quite some time that US strategery is to gently ‘steer’ IS forces back from Iraq for a final fling to bust the weakest link, i.e. Dad’s Army, before being neatly finished off by FSA hirelings in another pipedream finale.

This is why Assad’s crew are now scrambling to ‘diplomatically’ surrender, because they know the first part of the plan, if it really gets in motion, is likely to work all too well and are thus becoming more focussed on not ending up with their heads adorning the fence around the Presidential Palace.

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So your saying Assad is expecting the IS cockroaches to be pushed from Iraq into Syria to do USA’s dirty work. Interesting………

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US – Saudi Oil Price Manipulation Backlash & The Inevitable Global War
This is article is an excellent read. the article in just few pages gets to the core of the Worlds current events that are leading into a Global war.

By Matthias Chang – Future Fast-Forward
3rd December, 2014
http://twf.org/News/Y2014/1203-MatthiasChangOpinion.pdf

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wow, that article, thanks

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Have seen comments from some at Syrper about ISIS offensive at Der Ez Zor yesterday and today, though the situation is still fluid and much can happen from it, the fact is that ISIS did move new large forces to flank the SAA in the Saker Island by cutting them off the connection to the villages surrounding the airport, it is said these new reinforcements arrived via Anbar region in Iraq and from Hasaka. As in any large attacks, ISIS had the initial momentum and did have some early success, it is reported though that most of the terrain ISIS… Read more »

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Canthama; ISIS still has a bridgehead on the west side of the river. It appears that they’re willing to go for broke to keep what they have and develop it Since they have already mounted a successful water borne assault, look for more of the same. People forget that rivers did not use their usefulness when paved roads were invented, but I’ve given up thinking that Syrian command is smarter than a box of rocks.

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It is the nature of this whole conflict. None of the various rat armies is able to win against the SAA and NDF etc. if there is a serious battle ongoing. But they could always surprise at various fronts. It is up to Syrian command how to use the limited forces they have. But in general, if you take IS as an example, they will be leveled down in the long term because they are losing military might faster than they could built up. Now they attack in Deir ez Zor and use forces from other regions that they will… Read more »

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Really good point Canthama. This can be the beginning of the end for ISIS if they lose in Deir or a f-king migraine headache if they pull off a long-shot win in Deir. Will take your advice and watch closely.

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Assad ‘advisor’ would like Syria to resume its ‘role’ on behalf of major powers!: ‘Syria could play a key role in combating terrorism as Europe and the US’s awareness against its risks has increased’. ‘Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban said that the resilience of Syria and its continued balanced logic in combating terrorism would have a role in the regional and the international arena’ A ‘role’ sanctioned by the ‘international community’, a ‘dialogue’ with representatives of Erdogan and Fabius, a ‘cease fire’ with Erdogan’s mercenaries etc. This is playing politics over the blood of the Syrian people, nobody wants your dirty politics… Read more »

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The link please

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Jason: The only way to deal with the rats in Syria is to kill them. All of them.

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Thanks Johnny, Khaled Al-Hamad is now in the hell

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I hate when people say, “He’s in Hell Burning”. If your not a prophet don’t engage in afterlife judging, let God do it. Besides that, it just sounds ignorant.

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sorry if that hurt your feelings, but obviously did not see the video where this guy is eating the heart of a Syrian soldier

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Today, December 4, the situation of tension in the zone of the military airfield, Deir ez-Zor.. For obvious reasons, the information from the event goes outlined. It was reported that the position of the front-line army of defence military structure are been attached by two attackers suicides, and then the hostile forces assault went to the offensive… There are tests of the death of 19 defenders, that are dead in the terrorist attacks and the consequent military attacks. The night of December 4 and still not stopped violent crashes in the the village around that captured in front-line – Jafri… Read more »

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So whats going on at Deir Airport? Terrorists are getting all uppity on twitter.

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The propaganda war is at its pick, we all know ISIS spends a lot of money in creating HD videos etc…that serves their purpose to hire more idiots and spread fear among the ordinary people, but one that is popular to ISIS is the social media propaganda machine, see article from Leith on this very subject.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/isis-offensive-never-happened/

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Al Waer is a torn for Homs, zero strategic importance but a pain in th neck to keep the encirclement, not even to mention the use of civilians as human shield,the sooner these rats are deloused there the better, may it happen soon.

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TRAGEDY — Islamic State [Michigan Expeditionary Forces] have raided Ziad’s personal booze bunker!

This is the abomination for SyrPer, as this blog obviously cannot function without copious supplies of brain-lubricant for our champion! Therefore, stalwart readers, please urgently send care packages with all the booze you can spare to his office address, before the DTs become too intolerable:

Ziad A. Fadel, Esq.
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14450 West Warren Avenue, Dearborn, Michigan 48126, USA

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Seriously Mentat, you’re out of your mind ? some here were saying you’re smart , why you do not show up with something that makes us think instead of saying stupid things? Thanks

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Catro: just take a stick and push him back under his bridge.

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The sad rest is bottom-crust with blind actionism while their false super islamists and wannabe world emi-rats leaders are taking French leave with the last three month pay day money. However there are still some unknown facts about the border situation only coming out today. Lets quote http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/12/04/hrw-urges-turkey-to-clear-minefield-at-syrian-border-2/ *** A human rights group has urged Turkey to clear a minefield located at its border with Syria, where over 2,000 Syrian refugees are camped. The refugees living in their cars after fleeing from the ISIL Takfiri militants’ onslaught in Syria are stranded in the minefield because Turkey refuses the entry of… Read more »

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Interesting article from russia-direct.org. Key excerpts: “In the absence of a clear Syria strategy in the White House, Russia is making attempts to become a major peacemaker in the Middle East by secretly negotiating a new round of talks between Assad and the Syrian opposition. “The agenda of the talks would be to advance political dialogue between the Assad government and the opposition, both in exile and still in the country. Russia’s initiative would likely see two of its earlier proposals for Geneva conferences on Syria merged. They include setting up a transitional government that includes representatives of all opposition… Read more »

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I do not want to give the reason for Jason about because I think overall exaggerated , however I have the sensasion that to achieve an agreement Russia will charge something of much owed ​​by the Syrian government , ie that it is possible to achieve agreement are offering something or someone in exchange for peace. Personally I do not like that Syria has to give up something , it would not be fair to the thousands of soldiers and civilians who gave their lives for their country , however this insane war is endless…

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Russia has its own geo-political interests, that is true and it is not sensible to assume that Russia’s interests will always coincide with those of Syria. One could say the same about Iran and about Hezbollah.

But for each of these to achieve their goals in the region they need to support each other. If they do not continue to support Syria, then their own projects and priorities for the region fall apart and each becomes weaker.

That is a very strong card for Assad to play.

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In economic terms Syria is not very important for Russia , it costs more profit. The value is more geopolitical with a arab strong ally, and Tartous port gives access to the Russian fleet to the Mediterranean , close to Bosforo , close to Israel, Suez etc in this site is much said about contracts for Russian companies exploit the syrian gas, but that is very long term and requires investments that Russia now not able to do , in addition to Russia now has plenty of gas and oil. Diplomats say no friendly countries only common interests , let… Read more »

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maybe it is linked to economic interests that woud benefit the west..

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Mmm Ok, the Syrian gas is more important for west Europe , but will remain in Russian hands

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there is more to Russia then economic interest, there is the Orthodox church of Rus, this church is joined to the hip of the The Syriac Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch, the Patriarchs of both churches are very close friends. Putin is a Russia patriot, he can never be seen to be the cause of the Syrian church destruction. The Chabad – Lubavitch seek to destroy both, their ancient enemies being Rus and Persia.

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Shinaydeen: You can’t negotiate with a water moccasin; just kill it and be done. So long as one ISIS puke is alive, ISIS exists, and will be a headache to the entire planet.

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Right, there’s no moderate fighters to even negotiate with just a bunch of Sunni Supremacists to hardcore terrorists. How do you negotiate with IS? Send them 72 virgins or goats to have sex with every month so they don’t terrorize people?

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Ziad reports: “Al-Shaa’er Mountain: During the last 3 days, the SAA, SAAF and PDC have killed scores of ISIS rodents trying to keep a hold, any hold, on areas surrounding the oil and gas fields at Al-Jadhal.” I continue to be amazed at the huge resources invested and lost by ISIS in this area. In their first campaign in July they committed 2,000 fighters to take the area, according to wikipedia. They were driven out in 10 days. They tried again in October/November with an even wider array of targets, (and one assumes with at least as many fighters) including… Read more »

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Well, it´s simple, goats don´t have any precise strategy, they only attack like stupids.

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I was hoping for an intelligent response. Anybody else like to try?

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The caliphate is divided into emirates, and each one functions as a province with separate objectives and resources, according as new jihadists and weapons reach should distribute according to the needs of each emir . I suppose the head of IS which is responsible for the Shaer area wanted to repeat the success of the first attack, and he is now on the ropes and much discredited. The recent attack on Deir Ezzor also indicates that the caliphate strategists planned in advance cut the SAA main supply route to this city, by failing in Shaer are just as tempting fate… Read more »

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That’s interesting. Are you saying that the emir for each area can decide what targets to attack independent of the central leadership? Prisoners captured by the SAA at Al Sha’aer included Chechens and Saudis who had previously fought at Taqba.

This suggests to me that higher level leadership in ISIS decided to divert resources to this area as it was crucial to their overall strategy. There were too many men, vehicles, munitions and resources involved for it to be a local operation.

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How much of this is driven by religion/ideology or a paying job? I saw various numbers of the pay from $200 a month or more. It is not much. Many poor people join the military for a job.

Sadly, the money to hire murderers and proxy armies is almost unlimited.

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I think there is general long-term goals like keeping busy SAA in each emirate and wear forces with surprise attacks , which seems to have happened in the first and second attack . Appears more in the latest attack an effort to further strategy, which was to cut the route of Deir Ezzor supplies and then attack with all the forces regiment 104

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Probably ISIS wants to cut away Homs from Deir Ezzor, as the offensive at Sakr Island is quite dangerous for them.
There’re entrenched rats till in Sakr Island, probably they don’t want SAA reinforcements arrive at Deir Ezzor, that’s why they keep seending hordes of fighters.

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Shinaydeen: they’re hoping to disrupt the gas flow to generating stations and factories, not to mention civilian homes and commerce. It is a strategic target, but ISIS has already invested too much in the way of manpower, transport and supplies. It’s okay, though – – as long as they want to keep throwing their fighters away by wholesale, that’s just that many fewer to kill another day in an even more important place.

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You rely too much on Ziad’s fantastic but evidence-free ‘reporting’, whereas in reality the Islamic State forces continue to pummel the piss out of delapidated Dad’s Army around Shaer Gas Fields.

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Piss off Mentat. Oh, on second thoughts, who cares, you’re irrelevant.

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I think I enjoy pissing on Mentat almost as much as I enjoy reading this blog.

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Mentat,

do everyone here a favour and disclose your where abouts so we can ”pummel the piss out” of you!

Fuckwit!

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IS just raids underprotected desert gas wells. SAA just gathers its forces and takes them back, like a cycle. That’s not “pummeling the piss out of the SAA”?

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Foreigners that travel to Syria to jihad get pissed off if their not on the front lines. I know of this Indian Jihadist that left Syria for home furious because they wouldn’t put him on the front lines in Kobane. Also when you join ISIS you can opt to be part of a fighting force that has a specific purpose. Like some IS join exclusive anti-Assad groups. So as foreigners keep coming, ISIS needs to keep creating fronts where they can fight and possibly die(go to terrorist heaven). Deir is the perfect front to send restless fighters to again and… Read more »

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“The SAA has reportedly killed 3 ISIS leaders here in this town that has never produced one notable thinker in the last 4,000 years”…LOL

Love your humor Ziad. Godbless

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Cataro: Seems like another command failure. With ISIS so heavily invested in the Euphrates, I can’t think of even a lame excuse for Syria to not have a Riverine Force, given the many attempts over the past year and a half by ISIS to use the river for supply runs and so on. Iraq had a very good ‘Brown Water Navy’ at one time, and I suspect that it’s still operating on the Tigris, but that force is several years old now, if it is still operational. A water borne assault on any stretch of the Euphrates is almost a… Read more »

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River craft would be sitting ducks to RPGs and ATGMs. Better for snipers to camp along the west bank with night vision.

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Anon: Interesting. You seem to think that ISIS can successfully operate on the rivers, but SAN could not. ISIS river craft become magically invisible, huh?

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First