ISIS FINISHED IN DAYR EL-ZOR; PANIC AND HYSTERIA IN AL-RAQQA; RODENT DEMENTIA IN AL-HASAKA

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AL-RAQQA:

Websites and “opposition” chat rooms are bristling with stories about the panic that has set in between the rat ranks in Dayr El-Zor after it became obvious their efforts were leading to nothing but death and annihilation.  The words being used are “hysteria” and “delusion” to describe the mind-set of many hard-core Jihadists who left their home countries to find bliss in the roiling intestines of Hell.

In Al-Raqqa, yesterday, another 100+ foreign rats were executed while trying to escape the city ahead of the inevitable SAA assault.  There is a sense among many of the foreigners that the joy of being loved and welcomed by the citizens of Syria and Iraq in appreciation of their war to liberate these lands from modernity and progress has become a chimera.  They are despised and they know it.

Couple this with a confirmed conspiracy by 4 Azerbaijani Turks to assassinate Abu Bakr Al-Baghdaadi which was uncovered in Al-Raqqa.  Apparently, the Turks were even more militant and backward than the Caliph of Kaka.  They didn’t believe he upheld those reactionary principles so crucial to spinning the earth counter-clockwise to the first century before the Iron Age.  No news about their welfare after their arrest.  However, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out they probably lost their heads.

And talking about losing their heads!  7 Chechen terrorist rodents belonging to ISIS have disappeared and the Internet is abuzz with theories about what happened to them.  One group of pundits thinks they tried to escape the upcoming Rapture courtesy of the Syrian Army.  Another group thinks pro-government militias kidnapped them and put them to death.  Whatever might have happened, one thing remains true: The only good Chechen is an invisible one.

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DAYR EL-ZOR:

 

City:  At the Intilaaq Neighborhood, SAA Special Forces attacked ISIS rodents at the Pharmex Company and killed 11 of them:

‘Abdul-Jabbaar Khalaf Al-Idreesi

Rashaad Muhammad Fayyaadh

The others were all foreigners.

 

City: The SAA has liberated the Agricultural College which was used by ISIS as a C&C base.  No details.

 

Al-Sinaa’ah Quarter:  Fighting with no details.

 

Al-Bu-Nimr:  A vehicle with ammunition was destroyed by SAAF.

 

Al-Bu-‘Umar:  The SAAF strafed a convoy of ISIS skunks and reports indicate significant degrading of assets there.  No details.

 

Al-Muree’iyya: SAAF pursuing remnant vermin and has reportedly killed 39 rats already and destroyed 5 pickups with 23mm cannons.  Major debacle for ISIS.

 

Mu-Hassan:  SAA in pursuit of escaping rats.  No details.

 

Huwayjat Sakr:  SAAF in the air pursuing terrorists destroyed a C&C base and vaporized 12 pickups with 23mm cannons and 1 armored vehicle believed to have been supplied by Britain.

 

Huwayjat Sakr:  The SAA has liberated the Khaleef Complex and destroyed an HQ.  Details developing.

 

 

Al-Huwayqa Quarter: Fighting with no details.

 

Tharda Mountains:  Close to the Al-Tayyim Oil Field.  SAA pummeled ISIS with artillery forcing packs of the rats to scatter. No other details.

 

Dayr Al-Zor Airbase:  A Moroccan, a Tunisian, a French rat, were all sent to Hell.  Scores are reported wounded and demoralized.  God is apparently not on their side.  11 rats were killed in a separate operation at something called the White Building southeast of the base and 5 rats were killed by artillery.

 

Subayhaan:  ISIS has retaliated against villagers here for their refusal to allow the arrest of 23 females to be used as sex slaves.

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AL-HASAKA:

1

 

Tal Ghazaal:  An attempted infiltration by ISIS 45kms southeast of Qaamishli was repelled by SAA.  There were 6 rats killed and a pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed.

 

Al-Shubayb:  Fighting with no details.

 

South Baab Al-Khayr:  We confirm the deaths of 50+ rodents of ISIS here.  This town is located on the connecting route to Qaamishli.  It is near the ancient and archaeologically rich area of Al-Mawzaaan.


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Mohammad
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Mohammad

Peto Lucem said Abu Qasayib village in hasaka has been captured by isis apes, is it confirmed?

Boiler Room
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Boiler Room

No confirmation yet.

david
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david

are you are a troll mohammad?

al Jarban
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al Jarban

Mohammad, think carefully and try to answer truthfully.

Mohammad
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Mohammad

-_- no.

ziad
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ziad

your face does not seem convincing ,,you grimacing and all

Shinaydeen
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Shinaydeen

Capturing one tiny village, which probably has little or no security presence (most tiny villages don’t) does not amount to much. When they capture dozens of villages in an advance on a major centre (Qamishli, Hasakah, etc.) then that is a threat. But not necessarily a terminal one.

On the way to Ayn-al-Arab/Kobani, Isis rolled over dozens of villages. The YPG resisted them to slow them down, then retreated, slowly, to Kobani where they had decided to stand and fight. Who do you think is going to win that battle?

Mohammad
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Mohammad

i think battle of kobane has turned into a war of attrition, it wouldn’t be very difficult for ypg to win if ErdoShit let the kurdish volunteers from kobane come and defend the town and the US starts bombing them more, but I don’t think US and sultan erdoshit want that to happen.

As for Hasaka, SAA and YPG should take advantage of IS defeat in shingal and push them out of the province, since it is harder for those apes to resupply

Canthama
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Canthama
Mohammad is no troll, bringing concerns and bad news are also important to this forum as well, what we need to do is to digest and exchange ideas on the consequences/possibilities of it. I agree with Shinaydeen, small villages are not usually well defended and ISIS is taking advantage of it right now in northern Hasaka, but not for long in my opinion, the SAA, YPG and NDF have liberated dozens of villages in the last 4 months, this set back will be fixed as soon as troops are mobilized. Battle is not over yet and the fight is on… Read more »
Shinaydeen
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Shinaydeen

I agree, Canthama. Isis has lost many more villages in the Hasakah region than they have gained in recent weeks. They have now lost the town of Sinjar in Iraq and it looks very likely they will lose Tal Afar. There is almost a straight line between Tal Afar and Hasakah and the Peshmerga are tying up all the roads on the Iraq side.

Isis is in serious danger of losing all presence in the NE Syria/NW Iraq front That would be a big blow to the Caliphate (and Erdogan).

denethor
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denethor

Deir e Zour is the graveyard of rats. The ones in al Raqqa are trying to leave the sinking ship. What’s wrong boys? Don’t you wanna pass Go and collect 72 sturgeons? What you gonna do brother, when the mad Druze and his men run wild on you!

dudleydoright911
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The mad Druze and his boys have been saying their prayers and eating their vitamins so I eagerly await the unstoppable force of the fist of syrian sovereignty meeting the savage, ass backwards, low IQ foreign objects.

dudleydoright911
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Wonderful news. The west allowed ISIS to maraud into Iraq and many of us postulated that they were in danger of spreading themselves too thin. This certainly seems to be the case now. In terms of dayr el zor I always thought that their biggest asset was being somewhat isolated. Syria rightly had to focus on other delousing. Meanwhile these savages reaped the reward of being lower on the priority level. Now that their number came up on the shit list so to speak, and they have mongoloids sprinkled across 2 countries, I’m glad to see they find themselves in… Read more »
The Rift
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The Rift

I have found another virgin for you Wahabi jihadis: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conchita_Wurst

Addis Hadzo
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Actually they will get 72 of these.

JackFtrolls
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JackFtrolls

That’s exactly what they deserve – it doesnt get more gay than that 😉

gamejoe
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gamejoe

oh yeah 72 of these for the vermin. The social engineers with their eugenics program have made her win the song festival. No more kids on earth.

Shin
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Shin

Damn every one of these godless, inhuman vermin in Deir e Zour and every other town and City they infest in Syria, their hellish party is coming to an end.

SERGIO ELIZONDO
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SERGIO ELIZONDO

Go to hell wahabies!. Satan your father wait you.

ariston
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ariston

Im gonna say it frankly here: ANY SYRIAN WHO FIGHTS AGAINST SAA SHOULD BE EITHER KILLED ON THE SPOT OR FORCED WITH HARD LABOUR TO REBUILD TOMORROWS SYRIA.this is an idea that even someone else said it here on this forum and im pretty comfortable with the idea.

CHEVI789
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Been saying this for a while, any Syrian found to have killed a soldier should be executed, anyone found to be supporting and fighting with ISIS should also be executed along with the wife, any ISIS members found should be interrogated then executed regardless if they have given good intel.

pop
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Yes, of course hundrrredd percent with your hard labor
and for the tunnel rats I say only forced digging, digging digging,
till reaching underneath the houses of the land-robber pest,
for the big Finale Furioso rat+pest Yo Yo firework at Sylvester.

And in this sense,
I wish for everybody not nice Xmess,
but a happy Christmas-time with the
best wishes for our great and heroic Syria.

Canthama
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Canthama

New Leith/Peto’s map on West Ghouta, you can also see a bit of Quneytra and north Daraa. Enjoy it.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/battle-map-west-ghouta-rif-dimashq-governorate/

Canthama
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Canthama

News from Leith on Abu Duhur airbase, so far so good, a replay of Der Ez Zor airbase so far, this time Nusrats are dying like….rats they are. Should the base continue to withhold so well, Nusrats will be as ISIS is right now in Der Ez Zor, risking a collapse of positions in that part of Aleppo/Idlib. It may be that the SAA will go on offensive if Nusrat ranks are depleted as ISIS is in Der Ez Zor. This is a battle to be followed closely.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/idlib-syrian-army-kills-100-nusra-fighters-6-days/

Canthama
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Canthama

I know we mostly do not give a damn for Al Monitor, but this news brought some new stuff for us to think about, which may reflect positively down the road to Syria. Worth reading it and even better if more news could be brought to light on this subject.

http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/security/2014/12/egypt-hezbollah-end-years-no-contact.html#

gamejoe
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gamejoe

SISI has also visited China HAHAHAHA the new world order wished they still had Mubarak….Oeps Egypt and maybe also Turkey will go to the shanghai cooperation organisation.

Bob Birk
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To all Syper readers, and the Syrian and Palestinian People Happy Holidays, Peace and Goodwill to all.

ISIS FINISHED IN DAYR EL-ZOR; PANIC AND HYSTERIA IN AL-RAQQA; RODENT DEMENTIA IN AL-HASAKA
Oooh Baby Music to my ears.
No Justice! No Peace!

gamejoe
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gamejoe

I wish thousands of death rats for x mass

CHEVI789
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I would like to wish Ziad and all the good people here a Merry Xmas and a happy New Year,The rest can all go to hell and i wish the SAA kill the rest of the invaders , and of course here is a story about how israelis love to spoil Christmas for everyone.

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=187097&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=23&s1=1

Johny
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According to data from Jobaar, army units after a major operation in progress, have entered the national territory of the district .. This area already two years under the control of the insurgents .. Fights are taken in the vicinity of the mosque and adjacent Teyba south motorway bypass Zamalka and Ain Arbigny Terme. Found an underground tunnel 160 meters .. Construction brought inside to Jobaar Haraszti and had a branch in Arbigny .. In the village of Hosh al-Fara the SAA again snatched from gangs Dzhesh Umma large areas .. After a day of attacks committed by Dzhebhat An-Nusra… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama

Do you want to hear what defeat means, listen to this rat in Aleppo. Good news for Syria.

JackFtrolls
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JackFtrolls

Wow, great link. That man is a bringer of wonderful news… this is a morale bomb.

CHEVI789
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Nice and left a logical comment, even saved this for those fkers who will argue different.

Sam
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Sam

Is this a bad joke ? Saudi-Arabi gives billions to Lebanon so they can buy weaponry from France…to fight “terrorism”.

Isn’t Saudi-Arabia financing, arming and providing IS with jihadists ?

Kahwagi signs off on Saudi-French military aid deal for Army
http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Lebanon-News/2014/Dec-24/282149-kahwagi-signs-off-on-saudi-french-military-aid-deal-for-army.ashx

CHEVI789
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Just wait and see what their getting, and trust me it will not be anything good which can hurt an israeli, no real tanks nor jets nor any real good ammo, just light stuff, enough to counter terrorists but no real army.

Arklight
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Arklight

Chevi: Don’t worry about it, guy – – the French have cashed the check, but Lebanon will see neither a bean nor bullet.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Among the benighted of the Beltway, the light is beginning to penetrate. Courtesy Dr Tarpley —
“Re-Writing Syria’s [sic] War”
“… though at the cost [sic] of abandoning efforts to force President Bashar al-Assad from power in the near future.”
http://foreignpolicy.com/2014/12/18/syria-assad-ceasefires-surrender-nir-rosen-hd-centre-report/

CHEVI789
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I think people here need to understand some of the backward thinking arab mentality which includes many countries and in some parts of Syria are, now not saying all are like this in Syria as you can see on here like Ziad, Myself and some others, I am a Syrian by blood and born, i treat all people the same regardless of their stature and will speak my mind, if Assad was evil i would go against him but he is not the monster many make him out to be. But here is my point as Shown by the link… Read more »
juanito perez
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juanito perez

¿Do you still live in Syria?

CHEVI789
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No juanito, i have relatives there, 3 so far have died and were with the SAA, but i have a few in Lebanon as well whom are fighting with ISIS there when they attack them, i still have quite a few in Syria, only hear bits and pieces, quicker to get info from Ziad because their busy at this moment, most are in Tartous and some scattered withing Syria in small villages.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine
CHEVI, Hang in with Australia. We need people who think for themselves. Too few do. Australia’s corruption is simple. It’s greed. No other reason a foul government like this got in, except appealing to greed. They do it every time, especially Liberals. My dad welded bikes for the paras who went into the Normandy invasion. His generation were less selfish. They survived the Burma Railway one way — sticking together, and looking after their mates. We have lost that, and it will be a hard lesson to re-learn, but I believe it’s in our part-Irish spirit. Have a great festive… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Mate, i love this country Australia, the people here a re good people, it’s the politicians that are making things so hard for us by lying and making us suffer.

hblink
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hblink

i would rather live under the so called “dictatorship” of Assad than being ripped off and just scraping through to survive.

there is nobody stopping you doing this, i am sure Syria could do with people like you, but i think you won’t, life is still too comfortable for you.

Arklight
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Arklight

h: Don’t be a wedge ass.

CHEVI789
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hblink, i am going over there, just need to attend to some loose ends, i do have a family to think about, you must be single.

Sam
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Sam

Rats are eating their own again…

“The ISIL Takfiri group executed at least 45 of its own members, after they escaped..”
http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13931002000405

Anonymous
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“The ISIL Takfiri group executed at least 45 of its own members, ….”
– resting only caliphs, emirs, pashas and other born leaders
of the Arab world as it is this phenomenon which bears the
real reason for the influx of many men to the rat fractions.

Canthama
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Canthama

A Jordanian F16 was shot down over Raqqa, Pilot was captured by ISIS, he ejected and fell into the Euphrates. It will be interesting to see who Jordan will proceed after this event and the current attack to the border city of Trebil between Iraq-Jordan.

https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai/status/547693577934213120

Canthama
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Canthama
Some early news on the “new” ISIS offensive in NE Hasaka, have wrote about it yesterday. There are not a lot of info available but the Presstv article below gives some light on this offensive, it is wide spread in many villages and some fight is actually in the vicinity of ISIS stronghold of Tall Hamis. The wikimapia below shows fight in 7 villages so far, if this is true then it is meaning few troops involved from any side, ISIS, SAA, NDF and YPG, too much spread thin frontline from my point of view, it may end it as… Read more »
xap89
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One ”French” killed in Dayr al-zor !
Dear Ziad any chance to get his details ? so I d be able to advise the French’s social welfare to stop granting his mother monthly allowance for raising such a good french citizen

Canthama
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Canthama

Should you have 30 minutes to spare, worth listenning to this interview between Lars and Pepe on global geopolitics etc…

“The Matterhorn Interview: On behalf of Matterhorn Asset Management, Lars Schall spoke with Pepe Escobar, foreign correspondent at Hong-Kong-based Asia Times Online.
Escobar discusses his new book “Empire of Chaos;””

Jason
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Jason

Is Assad preparing to leave like his discredited cousin Hafez Makhlouf who recently fled to Belarus, this time under the cover of ‘diplomacy’? http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13931003000770
I say good riddance, Syria belongs to its army and resistant people who will resist until the last drop of blood.

Arklight
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Arklight

Jason: Take a long walk off a short pier.

Jason
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Jason
The Russians have blackmailed the Syrian government into getting them to attend the Moscow conference, it is so pathetic that the Putin regime has even passed on threats from the Americans toward Syria that he pretended to have ‘intercepted’. Yeah right, this is all part of the psychological warfare against the Syrian people conducted by the Putin regime on behalf of its ‘partners’ who merely hand the script over to Lavrov and Bogdanov who then dutifully carry out the instructions. With oil prices crashing to $60/barrel and the ruble with it Putin jumped on the phone to his German and… Read more »
Arklight
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Arklight

France shoots self in foot with the Mistral deal, Russia going to domestic production.

http://rt.com/politics/217287-france-mistral-russia-rogozin/

CHEVI789
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Arklight, i think giving the workers of that country a job better than outsourcing it, always have and will, about time too.

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