ISIS TRAMPLED BY SYRIAN ARMY IN DAYR EL-ZOR; END OF WAR APPROACHING

DAYR EL-ZOR

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Don’t cry any tears over this vermin. He’s somewhere in Hell enjoying 72 Virginians.  Can’t say much for his tailor.

 

Al-Jafra Village:  Another development in the way the SAA deals with terrorism was on display yesterday as the artillery units fixed on ISIS/Saudi rodent positions and killed scores of them.  An armored truck, another Hummer and a bulldozer were destroyed near the water station on the right bank of the Euphrates.  Of those killed, these were identified:

Abu Majeed Al-Tunisi (TUNISIAN BARBARY APE)

‘Issaam Al-Ahmad

‘Urwa Farhaan Al-‘Abdullah

‘Umar Al-Heetu (a/k/a “Abu Tayyib”)

Muhammad Hardaan Al-Bahr  (IRAQI PALMETTO DROPPING)

Saadiq ‘Ali Al-Shalabi

Raami Khalaf Al-Haayith

‘Abdullah Saamer Al-‘Urayb

Zaahir Falaah Jaddoor

All the others are suspected foreigners.

 

SAA is now pushing on multiple fronts, taking advantage of the momentum built up over the last few days while exploiting the fissures in the ISIS command structure which is showing itself to be fragile indeed.  ISIS is also experiencing large-scale defections and desertions by lower-level rats.  It’s not as romantic as they thought.  And it doesn’t look like Allah is on their side, either.

 

Fighting heavy now in these areas:  Al-Rushdiyya, Al-Huwayqa, Al-Rusaafa, Al-Sinaa’ah, Al-Jubayla, l-‘Urfi, Airbase area,

 

Al-Muree’iyya Roundabout:  A preliminary report has arrived describing an SAAF air assault on a convoy ferrying weapons, ammunition and reinforcements to the right bank of the Euphrates opposite the city.  The convoy has been reportedly annihilated.

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freeman
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ISIS driving in Hummers, using American made TOW, m16’s, even their military outfits are american. Guess three times where they get their intell comes from. Also they hacked Syrian activists computers with malware imbedded in mails ( real Syrian activists not those crying salafist with a cellphone camera) These are all signs that ISIS is heavily sponsored by the Americans. Still the western public fail to realize that their worst enemy to come is a creation of their own government.

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Zaid bit premature to say war ending.

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Press TV article by Tom Hastings – – Tom, if you’re so in love with being disarmed, you could always post a large sign in your front yard: ‘This house is gun free’. Thing is, if you live next door to me, I might dial 911 on your behalf before I charge my 12 guage and loose my dogs, when I hear screams and glass breaking in you house. Or not.. But either way, you’re on your own until the cops show up.

Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/12/27/392001/shoot-down-the-stupid-second-amendment/

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Press TV interview with James Jennings, contrary to Tom Hastings’ view. By the way, I don’t know that 32 Americans are killed with firearms daily, with 140 wounded – – especially since the cause of the shootings are not defined. I like Georgia’s new law. I really do.

Link: http://www.presstv.com/detail/2014/05/06/361545/gun-laws-in-georgia-go-back-to-wild-west/

I also think that Press TV might spend more time, and ink, on the middle east.

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On the Stew Webb Radio Show, Mike Harris interviews Gordon Duff, of veteranstoday. Both have returned from an anti-terrorism conference in Damascus, a somewhat Fear and Loathing road trip, during which Duff set the conference and Syria’s Minister for Justice on their ear by spelling out the criminal conspiracy now running Amerika. Duff estimates at least 300 Americans — not Muslims, mercs — are being paid $1500 per week, and he reports that ISIS is tied to the Murdoch group (I now have yet another motive to murder the Dirty Digger). This is a long, rambling conversation in VT’s usual… Read more »

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Ziad, as we shared at Syrper, this whole offensive against Der Ez Zor AB could fireback badly at ISIS if they failed to accomplish their objective, it worked precisely in favor of the SAA, ISIS lost a huge amount of rats trying to take it many times, now the SAA is on the offensive, ISIS moral is very low and tribes are shifting sides, I am not suggesting it is going to happen any time soon, but the fate of ISIS in Der Ez Zor city is competely compromised. Your news on the right bank of the Euphrates is indication… Read more »

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I hope you’re right, but I feel a little new year optimism has creeped into your thoughts Ziad. Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.

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Syria to partake in Moscow meeting on crisis http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/27/c_133882504.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) — The Syrian government is ready to take part in the upcoming Russia-sponsored meeting in Moscow to discuss ways to end the long-running conflict, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Saturday. Syria’s readiness to partake in next month’s preliminary consultative meeting in Moscow emanates from its keenness to live up to Syrians’ inspirations to find an exit to the current crisis, the ministry said, stressing that it would keep fighting terrorism on Syrian soil. The ministry also said that countering terrorism would continue hand… Read more »

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Russia to slash oil output starting next year http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/europe/europe/2014-12/26/c_133879234.htm MOSCOW, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) — Russia may cut its oil output due to low global oil prices and the lack of investment into the country’s energy industry, Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Thursday. Given the pessimistic scenario, Russia’s oil output could shrink by 10 percent in the next two or three years, which will not produce serious effects on global oil markets, Dvorkovich told Russia’s TV channel Rossiya 24. Dvorkovich predicted that oil prices will remain at the current level or keep falling for a few more months, and afterwards… Read more »

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spero fortemente in un offensiva in idlib. Indebolire nusra, liberare Aleppo, e arrivare in posizione di forza a qualsiasi negoziato. Anche se poco e lentamente, è cambiata la percezione della guerra in europa. Mi auguro che il prossimo sia ultimo anno di guerra.

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sono contento di questa notizia. Ero preoccupato per notizie grosso assembramento nusra e ratti, e per notizia di siryanews, notizia dice Idlib senza acqua corrente perchè terroristi controllano acquedotto.
Non sono esperto militare, sono stato soldato semplice, ma credo che la zona a sud di Aleppo sia estremamente importante per prossimo futuro, e possibili negoziati. Se mia analisi non corretta dite me, ripeto non penso essere esperto militare.