SYRIAN ARMY 90% CONTROL OVER JAWBAR IN DAMASCUS; ASTOUNDING TURN OF EVENTS AS ‘ALLOOSH QUIVERS IN HIS SEWER

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DAMACUS:

 

Jawbar:  It’s been a long time coming, but, when it rains,  it pours.  If you want to know why ‘Alloosh is so anxious to join the winners, here it is in black and white:  He has lost Jawbar to the SAA.  SyrPer predicts that all Jawbar will be under the total and unchallenged control of the SAA within less than a week.  This was an amazing operation involving a choreographed tank-artillery-infantry raid on all fortified positions of the demonic rodent cannibals.  It all happened in one hour with the terrorists screaming into their walkie-talkies demanding help or some divine intercession to slow down the Syrian Army onslaught that would put an end to their reign of terror.  It is now final: the Syrian Army has 90% fire control over this area with Zibdeen in the crosshairs followed by ‘Ayn Turmaa which is, also, about to fall to the SAA.

 

Zamraani Crossing in the Qalamoon:  At an illegal pathway from Lebanon to Syria, ISIS and FSA had a meeting of their leaders to coordinate assaults on the SAA and to organize a push out of Lebanon’s wintry warrens.  All this sounds so organized and bureaucratic until one remembers that the SAA knew about the meeting and informed the SAAF which took off from Mazza Airbase and kapowed the huddled vultures.  All scavengers at the meeting were killed with one perfectly aimed air-to-ground missile.

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Canthama
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Great news Ziad, amazing victory, as I have being saying, hell of a weekend so far. It is said that 800 die hard rats are still in Jobar with no way out, it will be a shame if they are granted with reconciliation, they are bad rats and would most likely join ISIS in minutes, so the less survival the bigger the victory for the SAA. Great news Ziad.

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Here, here

Rob9
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Great news ! Hope the SAA clears off Syria from these jihadist rodents soon. Greetings from India !

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God bless the syrian army Go on…

jo pac
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Thanks Ziad and yes Canthama it’s been a great weekend of news.

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It gets even better… http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/updated-battle-map-aleppo-syrian-army-captures-al-malaah/ If this is true, I hope they continue their atack, since the rebels are in bad conditions and probably have not good defenses at Heritan, hayyan and kafr hamra. nor are they used to this new enviroment. Preparing a defense and knowing where you are standing is very important so you can retreat or reenforce quiicker. If they go on, they could obligate the retreating rebels to surrender! They could reach Al-Zahraa in two days if they keep it up! It’s only 12 kilometeres and rebels are probably very tired and have little amunition. Not… Read more »
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Of course those 800 or so need to be killed in the spot this no second chance.they terrorised Syria,reduced to ruin everything and brought in mind to the world how true and right the Darwin Theory is on the species that have to keep living and prospering.

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go go go SAA!

ariston
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B.Alasad is right when he says thay this ideology(terorism or ISIS terror in this case) has to be confronted in the ideological scale as well as in the military scale.A cancer can never be stoped from spreading if and only if the cells that that feed it are not stoped. I agree with some persons here in Europe that describe the situation in some parts of the M.East with Europe dark medieval times,even Isis as the new Barbars. No one imagines the 21th century world life of the life poor Syrians are living in Raqqa for ex. I dont belive… Read more »
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ariston: The US has proven, time-and-time again that despite the valor of the military, the politicians are more than capable of engineering a demeaning defeat while enriching the ‘defense industry’ (and themselves) beyond the wildest dreams of Midas. If the US becomes directly involved in the actual combat, ISIS will win, without breaking a sweat.

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Americans and American soldiers have fewer rights and are lower than illegal aliens now. Why they would want to fight for people who given them no rights and make them lower than illegal aleins is a mystery. Who would be dumb enough to fight and die for that?

Arklight
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Anon: I wouldn’t do it again. Fight for the land, si; fight for the country, no.

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Amen. This is the elephant in America, the vets with enormous problems, homelessness, drug and other problems, roughly 35,000 permanently crippled, with toxic syndrome, radiation poisoning from DU, who are killing themselves at a colossal rate, according to veteranstoday.
Washington’s warmonger perverts cannot hide this thru their lying media — it’s on the streets in every city.

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Very good news, but: “‘Ayn Turmaa which is, also, about to fall to the SAA.”
Had Ayn Turmaa not fallen 4-6 weeks ago?

Boiler Room
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No. Ayn Turmaa valley has been liberated not yet Ayn Turmaa. Same situation as in Handarat village and Handarat district.

Canthama
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Hi Radio, Bolier is 100% right, see the map below and where both areas are located, the valley was freed but the city is just partially liberated, on going fights inside for few months. Ayn Terma, Zamalka and Irbeen are the towns sustaining Jobar so far, meaning until yesterday since now all eastern Jobar is disconnected thus rats are finally totally isolated for the first time. All the 3 cities are sustainning daily fights in lesses degree vs main battles around Douma and inside Jobar. Hope this helps.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=33.517497&lon=36.345863&z=14&m=b

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Very good news!! , but as it says POP must be very careful , rats are more dangerous to imminent danger of death and cornered . Neither the Saudis and Israelis will want to lose so easy its bloody vermins

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I don’t mean to be nit-picking, but could someone help me understand why some of you often refer to President Bashar as Dr. Bashar? I understand he is a doctor and it is a prestigious title, but don’t you think being the president of a key regional country is far more prestigious title. Beside, he was elected as the President of Syria, not the doctor of Syria. Doctors are dime a dozen, but there could only be one president. I think by not consistently referring to him as the president, we are unintentionally accommodating Syria’s enemies who refuse to accept… Read more »
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Anon: Interesting question. I respect the man immensely in either of his roles, but I suspect that he will be glad when he can put politics aside and return to his practice full time. I don’t see where referring to him as either ‘President’, which he is, or ‘Doctor’ which he also is, demeans him in any way, nor does it denigrate one function in favor of the other. He is President of SAR and is assiduous in the performance of his duties in that role but, at some point, he can lay that aside and return to his practice.… Read more »
pop
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With that Dr. title he has correctly
achieved, he has the right and is entitled
to bear it and to be addressed with it.
We have a Frau Dr. Merkel as chancellor
who got her Doc-title in physique science
during her chancellor time while married
with her husband who is a Prof.Dr. in that
very science being named her doctorfather.
Many people would therefore never address her
with that title because it’s ridiculous.

Arklight
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POP: Dr. Al Assad is an eye doctor (ophthalmology, I think), and so is a real doctor, and does real healing stuff, so the reference to him as ‘Doctor’ is far from ridiculous.

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I sometimes do that, in my case I do that as a deference, maybe a way to show additional respect vs the formal political title of President, never thought about that honestly, anyway, hope this gives you one more answer to think about.

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Canthama: Yeah. I very much respect President Assad in his role of national leader, and equally as a functioning doctor, with a good reputation in his field. In contrast, I think of The big B.O. as either Mr. Obama in his political function, or ‘Asshole’ in his private person. I think that the US (among others) has proven that anyone can be made president, so the benchmark of the person is what he/she does in real life.

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Bashar al assad is a doctor attempting to excise the tumor of terrorism and zionism. His patient is his country. His tools are the Syrian armed forces which must be used with surgical skill. I salute him and every Syrian who defend their people.

Arklight
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Very good article from Russian Insider, via SFP, about the closing down and re-routing of the South Stream gas pipeline. Very well worth the read.

Link: http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/12/14/report-40007/

Arklight
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Whoops! Sorry! this is an SFP article, not Russian Insider. I hate when this happens.

Canthama
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Arklight, this is indeed an excellent article, one that I fully concur with the author. It recalls me a post I have done this week at Syrper that I mentioned that the current majority of ordinary people and governments giving short sigthed total priority vs the long term view, the former due to the narrow and directed mind of MSM and the latter through pure stupid geopolitic and power greedy. Europe has probably lost the race for some chance in fixing fundamental problems of declining population, quality of life, public pension plan etc…by distracting itself with a global, messy, policies… Read more »
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Thanks, C, I’ll check the book out. It’s hard to believe that the EU is still so densely populated with countries which are under the illusion that America will save them, inspire them, enrich them, protect them – – I really think that the populations were smarter than that, but the people are not the ones who sign their countries away for a mess of pottage.

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Notice how western media are ignoring Saa gains and not reporting them.even the lie factory has gone quiet..

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yeh very true, but if a lowly SA check point in a nondescript location has any issues it is on headlines.

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Actually, the BBC today gave a headline that eluded to SAA offensive and marveled at how Dr. Assad has kept the Syrian army intact for the last four years.. Of course BBC relies on that Syrian Observatory bunch for information which gives distorted headlines, but they seem to be coming around to facing reality
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There´s still the occasional crocodile tear story about how evil he is when killing his own people [sic] ie. the cannibals and other scum posing as freedom rebels.

Like this

“U.S. Says Europeans [right…must be Gerhard and Franz] Tortured by Assad’s Death Machine”

http://unvis.it/www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-12-15/us-says-europeans-tortured-by-assads-death-machine

Alex
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I am choking on all the good news this week. This is great…

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Shu’aytat Tribe (Deir Ez Zor) which was known as the main Rebel tribe who fought the Regime since 2011 have joined forces with the SAA against IS. Seems tribes are getting fed up with the IS cranks.

All politics is local, local tribes on the Syrian side = end for IS.

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First part of the first paragraph is a quote btw, thus “Regime”.

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NEW MAP update: #SAA /#NDF/ #Hezbollah capture Al-#Mallah area north of #Aleppo and attack #Handarat district. #Syria

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/544187781657157632/photo/1

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Graphics Interchange Format: “The encirclement of #Aleppo”
http://imgur.com/2W5DQ5w

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very nice, thanx, do you have others like Ghouta or Qalamon

Canthama
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teevee, I saw one once for the Hama counter office, it is was also very nice to follow, it was at Peto Lucem twitter’s maybe two months ago. Worth checking it if it is still there.

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thanks

Canthama
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teevee, found it for Hama, see link below, if not annimated on this link, go back on Peto Lucem Oct 23 tweets and the annimation is on line.

https://twitter.com/mawali_mohsen/status/525393346165219329

Canthama
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Flanders, this is smashing, fantastic. tks for sharing it.

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How reported in priority, in Jobaar unity of the Syrian Army progress significant, in which, second some esteem, 90% of the territory passed under the direct control of the Syrian army… Beyond 2 years of fights the 80% of its buildings has immediately in significant manner, most of the buildings cannot be inverted.. In Jobaar recently they exercised mainly grouping Dzhebhat An-Nusra and Dzhesh to the-Islam.. In the area of the boundary in to the-Zamrani Kalyamune aerial raid destroyed a meeting place in manner clandestine by the leader of groups of IG with the warlords of other groups arms, during… Read more »
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cataro
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In recent news, IS have a huge event in Australia

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This is another Jew false flag, they just “identified” the hostage taker….oh dear guess what? Just what the Jews want to villify Iran to get there war started there….he has been identified as Iranian! Gee how come ISIS always give the Jews exactly what they need? One of the hostage takers demands has been an ISIS flag (the patsy in his rush must have forgotten to pack one from his mossad handlers)…he willl release a hostage if he is delivered one. Oh and to prove one and for all that this is another Mossad/CIA False Flag……. Australia: What a Coincidence!… Read more »
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its not huge just some body in a cafe with some hostages and a few bombs planted around the city. I suppose when you support NATO terrorist its got to come around and bite you on the ass

teevee
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this situation needs to be rectified asap or it will bite every bodies asses beginning with wahhabi kings them selves. but the isis plague cannot be eradicated without the Syrian forces. Everyone knows this thus the softening of their position towards the establishment.

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“It is NOT ISIS flag. It is a black flag with Arabic writings on it” 😎

The israeli controlled global media, and western slave regimes are quick to point out! This has nothing to do with their ISIS boots on the ground in Syria!

Pathetic!!

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Anonymous
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The chickens are coming home to roost, heheheheheeh

Anonymous
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“Armed Offender” NOT an armed terrorist! 😎

God forbid! We don’t want to offend terrorists now, do we?! Terrorists are western slave regimes best friend!

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Tens of IS fighters killed in blast in Syria’s al-Raqqa

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/15/c_127303224.htm

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German Report How Turkey Arms and Sends Wahhabi Jihadists into Syria

Sydney Hoax; im sure its just a coincidence
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Sydney Hoax; im sure its just a coincidence

Sydney Terrorists Sounds Like A Hoax – Morris

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcMbhMzvhps&list=UUweyNwo4cZM5gsIpuG4Zlew

Counterterrorism training held in Martin Place,in the very same building

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BUSTED? Drill Held At Same Exact Lindt Cafe Location In Sydney Last Year! FALSE FLAG ALERT!

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Although I believe this ISIS which are mercenaries from Libya,for a while Egypt(under the “muslim brotherhood”)and Saudi Wahabia in the main at first.Trained by the mossad/CIA in Jordan and funnelled through the NATO border of Turkey into Syria to try to implement “regime change” & the subsequent collapse of the Syrian state plus harm to it’s peoples and principles(Palestine,Hezbollah & Iran connections).I do not believe that all of the uprising in Iraq was down to the same forces that the US is now using as an excuse to bomb(illegally)Syrian infrastructure.I see a dual strategy,if one can call it that,I believe… Read more »
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Not to discount the credit.. but anyone knows why Jobar took so long to nearly completely liberate? What the rebels there had ,that was so different from other towns in SYria? or it was the terrain ?

Flanders
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SAA had/has the same problems in other big towns. It is the terrain, mostly. Tanks aren’t worth much, it is taking building by building by stormtroopers.

They have tunnels all over the place, they probably have some operational tunnels in Jobar as we speak, so being surrounded is relative.

Anonymous
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for the tunnel carbone monoxide would work great, it´s harder the carbon dioxid and a real problem for miners.
If the SAA find a tunnel they have to put a lot of coal in it and bring it to burn, the carbon monoxide will fill the tunnel and the rats inside fell asleep….forever!

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the peace between the terrorist groups in Daraa is over:

http://aranews.net/2014/12/al-nusra-militants-attack-syrian-rebels-daraa/

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Arklight
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ISF prepared to move on Tikrit. As long as the Americans stay home, the operation will probably go well.

Link: http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/iraqi-forces-await-zero-hour-to-attack-isis-positions-in-tikrit/

Canthama
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Arklight, this is probably one of the most important battle in Iraq, it is critical to secure safety on the main Tiger route to Bagdad. After the victory in Baiji by the ISF which made it possible to cut short road resupplies from Mosul/Hawija, ISIS managed to pull through a technical siege in one of Iraq’s key cities, Samarra, 6000+ yrs old ancient city that is located in the Sunni triangle but holds key Shia holy sites. This threat has mobilized Muqtada Al Sadr Mahdi army to protect Samarra and avoid the destruction of the shia shrines. But to keep… Read more »
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Some set backs for the SAA late Sunday and early Monday, rats in Idlib managed to take the Wadi Deif army base, east of Marraat Al Numan (NE corner of the map below), SAA troops retreated to Al Hamidiya, south of Marraat Al Numan. In another attempt to get more control of M5 and block SAA form getting into Marraat Al Numan, rats took the restaurants area at M5, south of Marraat Al Numan (very south on the map below, you have to yellow it with the cursor) and east from Al Hamidiya army base. I am not sure about… Read more »
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Canthama – Hi!
Please see my post below on same claims. Western press is loving it!
Can Ziad and everyone else try to find out more?
Thanks

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Hey Gimli! – It is true that western jew-media has not been reporting any victories by the Syrian armed forces, BUT it is now reporting THIS ‘breaking news!’ The Syrian branch of al Qaeda, the Nusra Front, said on Monday it had seized control of a military base next to the country’s main north-south highway. The highway that runs past the base links Aleppo with Damascus. [So according to Reuters, Aleppo is NOT encircled!] Until now, forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad [Note: not the Syrian Army, just ‘forces loyal to Assad’ LOL!] had managed to repel numerous attacks on… Read more »
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How to shoot yourself in the foot – a basic guide for dummies:

Dubai Financial Market in biggest fall for six years in fresh wave of panic selling!

http://www.thenational.ae/business/markets/dubai-financial-market-in-biggest-fall-for-six-years-in-fresh-wave-of-panic-selling

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Ziad, SAA Facebook is claiming “checkpoints & basis around Wadi Deif relocated” and media is claiming Wadi Deif and checkpoints have been captured by Nusra. The one does not bite the other but asks for a story. Certainly since the SAA states that JN has 5k of men armed with at least 50 armed trucs/tanks (not clear what) around this area. Also the casualties stated by the media, dozens, does not match the amount of SAA troops stationed there. So it seems to me they are strategically relocated. Which gives lives to the question: what about the other base (Al… Read more »
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The SAA statement on Facebook:

Idlib: Wadi al-Deef and the surrounding areas are under the heaviest terrorists attack so far.

Estimated 5000 terrorists, 50 armor, and ATGMs supplied by the west trying to distract the army from the battle in Aleppo.

Last we checked couple of hours ago and the troops are still holding ground, and foiling the attacks.

SAA checkpoints are all relocated, and taking defensive positions. SyAF is providing air support on demand.

We will keep you posted with any new data we get.

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Kjel, see my post a bit higher on it for details, Wadi Deif and the restaurants area on M5 were taken by Nusrats last night, SAA forces retreated to Al Hamidiya according to deveral sources, this attack seems an attempt to divert troops from Aleppo. It may not be sustainable for Nusrats to hold gains. We will see.

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That story seems to be in tune with the reports. A massive surprise attack took the SAA by surprise. So they retreated. What i do not know is if they were in time to take there weapons with them. The low amount of reported dead SAA infantry men does seem to point in the direction that the SAA went out of the base in an organized fashion. Now we have to wait and see what the SAA can do. Clearly JN is copying ISIS strategy by gaining an own state and hit in large numbers on SAA largely remote located… Read more »
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Kjel, I agree, info is still scarce, but it does seem that the SAA had a well placed retreat to Al Hamidiya base. One thing that took me by surprise is to see some photos of T72 used by Nusrats, thought they had access to T55 only, so they use heavy stuff to take the small base, I wonder where it came from ? ISIS ? The Khan Sheikhoun distraction may be true, but I believe Nusrats know they will lose it soon, so this attack may be to protect their position aorund Marraat Al Numan. The timing though matches… Read more »
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Canthama: According to M, FSA holds a corridor from Turkey south to Maaraat al Nu’man, but has been getting pushed back north by SAA and partners. I would suspect that with FSA in such a bad way, this may be bid to prove relevance, and restart support, but that’s just a guess at this point. It’s not clear, yet whether or not FSA controls a portion of M5 in the immediate area, but I think SAA will take care of them; having said that, Maaraat al Nu’man has been a tough nut for SAA to crack, ever since its fall,… Read more »
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Canthama: for ‘FSA’, read ‘Nusra’.

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I told you so weeks ago. And for ‘Nusra’ read ‘ISIS’ and for ‘ISIS’ read ground troops of the aggressors (NATO and friends). Don’t swallow the propaganda of the aggressors!

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What is going on in Wādī Dayf, please tell me the news are fake!

Boiler Room
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The news are fake, bro. At least the significance of what is going on in northern Aleppo with the SAA approaching Anadan is of a much higher quality.

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Are you sure it’s fake? Currently unable to find any source that denies the news about the capture.
Yes I am aware of that, it was a good weekend, but these mainstream media news about military base being seized by the rats are bad. Guess the time will tell…

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Reports of “strategic wins” by the aggressors in their media always pop-up in case of significant gains made by the SAA. This is propaganda. So don’t worry, bro.

Canthama
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Twig, there truth in both ways, the base Wadi Deif base is very small and SAA retreated from last night. This is by no means a huge win, actually it is pretty small for Nusrats, so western news of course is making it sound big. Boiler is right, when you compare with the gains in Aleppo by the SAA, this small win is reduced to dust basically.

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Welcome to the Wadi-trap.
A mincing kettle-battle.
Not going over 72 virgins,
not driving any T 72 tanks,
go straight to hell, with
losing turns until Judgment Day.

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i will probably get a lot of dislikes for this post, but in my opinion the progress in Jobar is going way too slow. At this rate Syria will be at war for at least the coming 10 years, if not longer

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freeman: A guerilla war isn’t subject to a well projected time limit, so ten years might be nearer correct than you know. The rats will sneak in from Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Golan as long as they can still swindle young men into dying to no purpose. Look at how long it took Red China to take Nepal (which had no help or support from anyone, despite Nepal being the back door to India). Syria is much more better equipped, armed and committed, so I very much doubt that the seepage of terrorists into the country will be much more… Read more »
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Hi all, iam wondering if the latest mass attacks in Idlib are connected with the news that the “moderate livereaters” do not get money anymore from their “sponsors”. Maybe the rabbit front al-Nusra is considered “moderate” by the “Friends of Syria” and they need to show advances in order to get new toilet paper money? Or is this just a setup to say “Look now the bad Database Army (Al-Quaeda = a Western, Pakistani and Saudi founded NGO) is taking over, we have to flood the “moderate idiots” with money again, quickly ;)”? Speaking of the rabbit front, they like… Read more »
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Until that toilet-paper if-ever will arrive
there are no shitty rat-pants anymore.
All going down now looks like mimetic
spaghetti-eastern titled – ” For a fistful of shit “

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Thee SAA has been pushing hard in crucial areas and winning the big ones, There will be setbacks along the way, the terrorists and their sponsors are desperate for some type of win at any cost. It has been interesting to see the usual channels with not an article lately on Saa victories but now they pump their propoganda again, this is the way the news is reported these days, and wheter we like it or not they are effective and overwhelming luckily we have SyPer which is as others said here addictive we can also throw in nsnbc, al… Read more »
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