SYRIAN ARMY TRAPS ISIS IN DAYR EL-ZOR; SCORES MORE OF DWARF ‘ABDULLAH’S RATS KILLED IN SHMISKEEN

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DAYR EL-ZOR:  It is appearing more and more like a trap set by the Syrian Army for the columns of ISIS rodents who are desperately trying to forestall the government’s advance on the city of Al-Raqqa.  I have received a message from Monzer indicating that Syrian Army drones had picked up on the concentrations of rodents along the Iraqi border and that the Iraqi authorities, also, gave Damascus a heads-up on rat communications and deployments.  There was no surprise here.  The availability of reinforcements on such short notice also indicates readiness with the airbase reportedly flush with fuel for the various SAAF wings.  As it appears now, the SAA has blocked all routes out of Al-Jafra and Al-Muree’iyya, while pounding the two areas relentlessly, day and night, without any respite.  We can confirm now the death of one of ISIS’s main rodent leaders in the assault, Raami Hussayn Al-Hussayn, at Huwayjat Al-Muree’iyya 

طائرات حربية سورية تدمر رتلاً لإرهابيي

WARNING TO READERS:  Rat news sites are feeding some gullible sources like Al-Alam with phony news about Dayr El-Zor.  The pattern is clear and it’s even more clearly the product of CIA and MI6 manipulation.  The U.S. is privately supporting ISIS at the request of the Saudi apes.  Don’t buy into the story that the U.S. is fighting ISIS.  It’s not.

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DER’AH:

القضاء على مجموعة إرهابية أثناء تفخيخها الطريق الترابي بين عتمان وطفس

Al-Shaykh Miskeen:  The SAA continues to roll into this town and liberate block after block of the rat infestation.  Nusra and its confederates in the groups called Harakat Al-Muthanna and Kateebat Usood Al-Tawheed (Lions of Monotheism Brigade, yawn) tried to break out of the town and attack SAA strongpoints.  They failed miserably:

Salaah ‘Adnaan Al-Khalaf (Leader of Lions of Monotheism.  A/k/a “Al-Dabboor”, the Wasp! Oooooh)

Talaal Muhammad Jaanu

Ahmad Sa’eed Al-Masri

Ma’an Fahmi Naabulusi

Ameer Al-Turkmaani

Fawwaaz Ahmad ‘Awwaad (Died of wounds at hands of Jordanian quack doctors in Jordanian hospital) 

Tayseer Al-Hutayti (Died of wounds, also, at hands of Jordanian shaman in Jordanian hospital)

The SAA destroyed a pickup with 23mm cannon.  Of note: SAA monitored rat communications with officers in the Zionist Abomination.  The voices were clearly those of heavily-accented, Slavic-type, Arabic.

 

‘Itmaan-Tafas Road:  A dirt road.  The Nusra rodents were caught red handed planting IEDs.  All 3 were killed by alert SAA infantrymen.  No names.

 

Ibta’:  A warehouse for Nusra loaded with ammunition from the Zionist Settler State was destroyed. Inside were IEDs ready to blow up by remote control.  The blast was pretty big, according to Monzer.  Inside the warehouse were 5 rodents all of whom went up in vapor.

 

Fighting reported here: Al-Faqee’, Tafas, Daa’il, ‘Itmaan.


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Mentat
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In other news … Ziad’s much vaunted Syria-Iran ‘Mutual Defence Pact’ now officially declared a dead letter: >>Extract<< A senior Iranian official said on Friday his country’s air strikes against Islamic State extremists in Iraq was carried out at the request of the Baghdad government but was not coordinated with the US. The deputy foreign minister, Ebrahim Rahimpour said the purpose of the strikes was “the defence of the interests of our friends in Iraq” who he defined as the Baghdad government and the Kurdish autonomous region in the north of the country, who are both fighting the Isis movement.… Read more »
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It would sound like that if you were high on ass hole bleach and captagon. As you are.

The western subterfuge wont be the playbook in iraq as it was syria and the iranians ( or apostates or zoroastrians or mormons as idiots of your ilk call them ) will directly help overt aggression.

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“the Iranians will directly help overt aggression” — what is this supposed to mean? ISIS attacked Syria in a major way long before similarly attacking in Iraq, so you tell me, Oh Oracle, where was the ‘Mutual Defence Pact’ during that prolonged interval when Iraq, which has none with Iran, was in no obvious need of assistance? Why were those jets etc. not given to notional ‘ally’ Syria as it sank in the shit of imposed war, as the minister so kindly pointed out? The simple and logical answer remains: because the alleged MDP was never worth the paper it… Read more »
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Syria has the Air Force. Iraq did not ,hence the SAAF flying missions in.Iraq against ISIS, as are Iran now. Iraq had to scrounge what Aircraft they could off Iran and Russia, obsolete by western standards .. incidentally.. some of which are manned by retired Syrian veterans. I think at the very least that shows intent. Syria has an Armed Force consisting of 200.000+ who despite what wankers like you want to believe have proved themselves on the battlefield , they don’t need Iran to fight on their behalf. Iraq were simply outclassed and overrun, the writing was on the… Read more »
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I’m going to award you a consolation point now for that massive exertion to construct a coherent argument, even if somewhat tarnished by your childish outbursts of emotion.

BTW, it was Jimmy Sands, as in “We will never forget you, Jimmy Sands!”

PS: Being accused of cheerleading on this board, of all places … that is rich, LOL!

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I do believe that it would be a very bad move for Iran to leave Syria to the wolves, however the Syrian scenario is old and rather stable with the SAA relatively staunch as compared to the Iraqui incompetence and surprising development within less than half a year. Iran is saying that it won’t mingle in Syria, it would be stupid to fly bomb raids there – no way to make the USAF strikes look only partially legal. Syria is being treated as not-quite the sort of cripple Iraq is. Lets be serious, Iraq would by now have gone to… Read more »
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@ Anon5,

fair points and well taken, but “Iran is telling us they will forget about Hezbollah and Assad?” — no, Hezb are true blood-brothers and highly competent, both politically and militarily, thus an actual real asset worth much more than it costs for Iran.

Assad OTOH, well, the record speaks eloquently to the fact this fragile Goldfish is just about to go belly-up in his bowl … thus they are gaining distance as they see the Angel of Death in the air.

BTW, I don’t apologize for making these tranquilized sloths think a little harder than they’re accustomed to.

Anonymous
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I’m hesitant writing that here but… well the entire thing could of course be resolved if Mr Assad, whom I personally rather like, would eventually resign in the interest of the people. Too much – not his fault – is being associated with his name.But Syria could then be a liberal republic, which it almost was before, under a government similar to that in Iraq – there are worse things than that. This is obvious, and my guess is it’s already in the mental grapevine of the usual suspects. What I find interesting, entirely apart from Syria, is the fact… Read more »
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Btw (and I KNOW that nobody here cares) US Congress just declared War on Russia
http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/featured-articles/2014/december/04/reckless-congress-declares-war-on-russia/

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As iv’e said before, you think you’re James Joyce, you’re smart ,but you lack wit and charm essential to be an Irish somebody ,you’re a dreamer, a former drunk who bored everybody shitless with your for the boys collection at last knockings ,and your fields of Athen Rye patriotism, your big mouth dammed you,know your limits paddy i know mine rock bottom, but i don’t pretend to be something i’m not, unlike you, you charmless chinless gobshite A handful of jipaddys leave the Emerald Isle and the best they can do is you as a cheerleader, you set your fucking… Read more »
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Tsk, tsk, flattery will get you nowhere, me boyo!

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Shut up Mentat ! Your are realy a stupid troll…

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mentat get out of your gimp suit and take those cocks out of your ass and mouth

Mentat
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Blowtorch boy pipes up again with his usual glut of wit … [sigh]

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Well, I don’t know what everyone is so suprised about… It’s true that if Iraq gets turned upside down by the IS, those sand niggas from IS will go to Iran next and when that happens, there will be no Iran to help Syria. I’m afraid to say but Shia muslims are less then Sunnis and this is by far…

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“Hmmn, that sounds kinda like an ‘ally’ in no hurry to drag brokeback Assad across the finishing line.”

Maybe it sounds like that to an enfeebled mind, but it doesn’t take much depth of intelligence to understand that varying degrees of support don’t necessitate the absence of support for one of the entities.

It seems that you are trying to be more intelligent than your mind will allow.

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Straw man argument … I never said there would be no Iranian support to Assad, just not enough to ensure he wins/survives.

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Hardly a straw man argument. You equate Iran’s stronger commitment to Iraq to mean not enough support for Syria, without any evidence to support such a claim. For you it is a zero-sum game that has no basis in anything other than the narrative you wish to inject.

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It is not what I wish to inject, but what Iran is not saying about Assad/Syria, while nonchalantly saying it about a near comparator and official non-ally.

The essential difference, for those slow in the uptake, is that Iraq is not facing off against Yankistan this time, so Iran feels it is safe to openly and whole-heartedly support it against IS.

Whereas for poor condemned cousin Assad, it evidently only sends whatever minimal scrapings it feels the Yanki Pigdogs will tolerate.

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Mentat, did i just note an egregious slip in your syntax? It’s “no Iranian support FOR Assad, and not TO! Capisci? By the way, how much are they paying you to troll here? You know, I’m referring to those AIPAC dual nationals zio pigs that you’ve hired out your services to for writing such prolix banter. What? You couldn’t get a job as a journalist or in editing and now your forced to have to suck little Jew cock to earn a living. Well really, you should just kill yourself and put an end to your debased existence. It would… Read more »
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No, you didn’t, but I’d have to charge you for an English lesson.

This here ain’t the free lunch counter, my son!

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Alright genius, can that mean that Iran has a common border with Iraq and non with Syria?
Unlike your wahhabi butt bodies Iran has proven it’s dependability and loyalty to her allies. What does your wahhabi oily friends defend? their palaces in Monaco? btw I think someone has hijacked your name or you forgot to Takbeer, takkkkber? takkkkkkbeeeeeer!!

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Been reading the map, have we?

Well done, that’s a step up for you!

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atleast I read something, how do you justify your love for the demented head cutters? Allaho akbaaaaar! alllllllah o Akkkkkbar??

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Because they are original, witty and deadly serious about their work, if you must know!

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This is a war that requires IRAN to be doing much more than what they do.. Mentant is an idiot ..but IRAN is playing the chicken card only airstrikes here and there ..when they should be invading in full force at least with 30,000 soldiers IRAQ and be helping SYria. This war will have ended long time ago had IRAN decided to do more than just be “concerned” and agree with other middle east terrorist state the need for diplomacy. Russia is too far from Syria and they cannot send his armies to defend muslins from muslins. While they have… Read more »
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Bravo, at least someone else here can face the grim reality without a tantrum of trouser-wetting!

Now let’s hear Ziad, the master spinner of Rosé-tinted worldviews, weigh in on this subject so fraught with peril.

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Anon, by openly invading in Syria (it would be interpreted that way even if Assad said “please enter !”), everybody else would also be invited. As in, Iran’s bitter enemies. The US ? Rather not, but the IDF from the South and Turkey from up North. It’s a chess game. To play chess well, you need some vision. The West plays it the plump way and shows it’s innate lack of spirit, the US call that “honesty| and complement it with the sneaky brutality of their media war. Assad doesn’t have much room to move. However other parties do, and… Read more »
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If that statement comparing Iranian assistance to Iraq vs that to Syria had been said by Qassem Soleimani, it would have been more beleivable in terms of your position on the abrogation of a “mutual defense pact”. Regardless…..that quote, makes absolute sense in military and geostrategic terms. As we all know, the SAA has been advancing steadily, in Damascus, Aleppo, Homs, Hama, Idlib, despite setbacks and only Raqqa, a provincial capital and the 6th largest city in Syria, fully under miltant control. Compare that to Iraq. The Iraqi Army almost collapsed entirely, losing two major cities, Mosul (the 2nd largest… Read more »
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A fair and sober effort to rationalise the unpalatable reality … I’m going to say 6/10, even though your argument is still riven with holes: You do not account for the long time gap when Iraq was under no obvious attack, but Syria was, from [inter alia] the very same enemy [ISIS], yet was kept on a strangled chickenfeed of aid from Iran, in contrast to what was later poured into Iraq at the drop of a hat. Syria’s situation in that time was easily as bad or worse actually than Iraq’s would ever be, with huge army desertion, the… Read more »
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the guardian is not a reliable source mentat. it is pro imperialist. told lies about libya, syria and the ukraine . you must do better than this. give us the original letter even if its not in english. i am sure ziad can translate it for us. the fall of syria would lead to the next step in the domino falling. namely an attack on iran. iran would be very foolish to not help syria. the comment about iraq ”being next door” is not the kind of language used in an official government letter .syria will ask for help from… Read more »
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Tell you what, you link to anywhere an Iranian government official has ever uttered the words “our friends/allies in Syria”, yes?

Apart from that, you must await the indignant denials which will no doubt pour forth from Mr Rahimpour and his bosses over this, as you appear to imagine, ‘fabricated’ interview, just as soon as they have finished trapping that flying pig which has so troubled Tehran lately.

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PS: The interview was live, in London, not conducted by letter.

For the avoidance of confusion: a ‘dead letter’ is a phrase denoting a worthless and unreliable undertaking, whether given in writing or otherwise, whereas a ‘dead french letter’ means a used and discarded condom, whether knotted or … not.

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”live in london”. can you give the link? many things are open to interpretation. as i stated iran would be very dumb to let syria fall. that is why it won’t. russia also clearly stated it would not allow syria to fall into the hands of terrorists. they too would lose massively in investments and geostrategically. another reason syria will not fall. covert wars and wars using proxies are very hard to win. the defending country always has the advantage structurally. militarily and of course in this case the full backing of the population.

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The link is above … but does not mean they have published it as audio/video. It was very dumb for Iran to support NATO’s bombing of Libya, but they still cheered that one almost as loudly as the HouseArab League, while their notional ‘ally’ Bashar’s lengthy neck was very obviously being readied for the chopper. Can you explain that phenomenon? As for Russia, have you ever heard any official use the phrase “our partner Assad/Syria”, as they consistently refer to the NATO aggressors with whom they wish to remain in bed at any humiliating cost? And “the full backing of… Read more »
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Iranians aren’t any more genius level than anyone else, Mentat – actually, hardly anyone is. Kids who got to be politicos, fuck them.
Live in London actually sounds pretty good to me, makes me feel like grabbing a bottle of bubbly and a couple grenades and joining in the fun !

dudleydoright911
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From even a poisoned western source ( maybe even related to your employer, the us state dept.).

https://www.ctc.usma.edu/posts/irans-unwavering-support-to-assads-syria

You intimate iran wont support syria when they have all along. You yourself tweet with glee each time you scare up alleged “apostate shia atheist militias get killed in makeshift sexfort” videos.

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Don’t worry, I’d sooner starve to death than work for the biggest bunch of warcriminals on the planet.

But don’t you understand that they continuously amplify this tenuous support in order to pressure Iran to break it off completely, or at least keep it at an [for them] acceptable minimal level? Which is where they have succeeded, as there is now zero chance of Iran throwing all in for Assad. QED, my original point.

And I neither tweet nor have a Twitter account, but that info is obviously wasted on you, as you have your idée fixe to cultivate.

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A Republican wannabe IRA without support from the US their effectiveness would have been oh so very much diminished. Peter King Republican Senator. Very pro Irish Republican Rampant Neocon I guarantee he was Mentats fucking hero back in the day. jihadi paddy now calls them war criminals LOL Libya who his new mates have overrun,brutally murdered Gadaffi supplier of arms to the provos ,and facilitator of their terror ,yet again the ungrateful bastard shows his loyalty by cheerleading his black flaggers The saying don’t bite the hand that feeds you comes to mind Mentat has eaten his liver kidneys arms… Read more »
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@ QOB, what’s your sour-gripe with the IRA, man? Did they hijack your lunch-money at school or something? Tell you what, phone Gerry Adams and have a good old whine down the line, or whatever, but just get over history already, FFS! Are you disputing that King and his ilk are serial warcriminals? Or do you just like to eat your cake and cry about it at the same time? When did you hear me gloating over Ghadaffi’s grisly murder? I’m not your psycho hose-beest Hillary, you know! And, coincidentally, I do side with the oppressed, because I believe in… Read more »
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Well i heard the Bombs detonate in B’ham City centre living not that far away My gripe with them is the deaths injuries and ruined lives resulting from said explosions, even some of their own were casualties, or collateral damage as you’d call it Your fucking heroes let 6 innocent men rot in prison for a crime they did not commit

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Sounds like the factually challenged mentat is blowing smoke again and again. Who’s amplifying a false issue here? Syria has always been discreetly shielded under Russia’s wing, never Iran’s. Iran supports it’s fellow Shias in Liban, who are close with Syria in turn. There is definitely a connection of self-interested parties, but it’s not the the security knot you love to lament. stfu already with the bullshit of slaying imaginary dragons of your own inflation.

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Well, that ‘discreet Russian shielding’ has been about as effective as the failsafes on Chernobyl, as Syria is being royally fucked from all angles this past few years, you may have noticed.

In any case, you accept than Iran’s alleged MDP was just a means to its own end, i.e. supporting Hezbollah as insurance against Zionist lunatics lashing out at its civilian nuclear program?

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Mentat said “we will cut your head off”. The US is sending human being to Mars, but we are marching back to slavery and human sacrifice. Takbeeeer takberrrr, takkkkkkkber

Mentat
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Rubbish, I never said anything like that.

Don’t make up lies here, that is Ziad’s job!

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Ok I’m sorry you got me, Mentat didn’t say the US is sending humans to Mars.

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The guardian pre-moderated me because they didn’t like my comments talk about being anal.

Mentat
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Yes, you are, but there’s no need to boast about it!

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Shit for brains..

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Ouch, another Zinger! LOL …

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Me also. I’m so proud, I think I’ll get a T-shirt made —
“SUPPRESSED BY THE GUARDIO”

pop
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Ziad thanks for the front-news again.

All glory to Syria defending heroes.

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According Leith Fadel , the assault on Deir Ezzor is the largest that IS made ​​so far, more than 3,000 combatants. It is clear now that the fighting in Shaer also had as main objective to isolate the Regiment 104, which has lot of men still busy on the island Sakr.
https://twitter.com/KeepingtheLeith

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Oh my… Well, that comes at a funny moment, when rebels were about to get anal probes from the SAA, sundendly (from no where and compleatly uncoordinated) the IS launches it’s biggest offensive on Deir-er-Zor…

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Deir es Sor is like a running sore to ISIS. They have every reason to take it out asap. They also are in a hurry as they don’t look so good after Kobani – whatever, I still think the next big thing must be Aleppo, what else ?

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BREAKING NEWS

bibi [asswipe paper tiger] natanyahooz and his war criminal israeli regime, declared their wish for the International Criminal Court to be populated with israeli judges ASAP

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BING … Humour achievement unlocked!

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Domestic opposition hails Russian efforts to solve Syria crisis http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/05/c_127281392.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) — A number of Syrian domestically-based opposition parties have welcomed Russian efforts to create a conducive environment for reaching a political solution to Syria’s crisis. The Building Syria State Party said the Russian efforts to prepare for a dialogue between the Syrian government and opposition forces are welcomed, particularly that they come amid the threats posed by the Islamic State (IS) militants, whose presence “threatens the Syrian identity and the entire Syrian existence,” according to a statement obtained by Xinhua on Friday. The statement said that… Read more »
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Russia ready to assist Lebanon’s military http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/06/c_127281442.htm BEIRUT, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) — Visiting Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov said on Friday that Russia is ready to assist the Lebanese army and other security forces in their fight against terrorism. “We continue to offer support to Lebanon at the political and economic levels and of course in the military field in order to strengthen the capabilities of the army, police and security forces to combat terrorism at a larger scale,” Bogdanov said after meeting with Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri. The Russian diplomat also touched on the Syrian crisis, saying… Read more »
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Lebanese army opens fire to intercept Israeli drone http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/05/c_127278239.htm BEIRUT, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) — The Lebanese army opened its anti-aircraft fire Thursday at an Israeli drone in the central Bekaa region, the military said in a statement. According to the statement, “around 10:30 am an Israeli reconnaissance plane overflew Riyaq region in the central Bekaa and army units in the area responded by opening anti-aircraft fire.” However, the Voice of Lebanon radio said that the army “opened anti-aircraft fire at three Israeli MK drones that staged a circular flight over Riyaq airport.” Israel’s violations of Lebanese airspace, some of which… Read more »
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Those are the drones that provide intelligence to the Nusra rats to their movements , informing them of the positions of the Lebanese army in Bekaa Valley, it would not be uncommon to hear of new fighting in Lebanon or Qalamun in the coming days

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Cataro: the picture of the LA troops certainly looked more like serious soldiers than the wind up toys we’re used to seeing. I hope the LA keeps moving forward as a real national military, but we’ll see.

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Thanks from the great news ziad.. Mentant, when you read some news for an attack of terrorists .. you take courage, and you appear to the site .. As soon as the flop of the attack arrives you disappear .. Stop watching these disgusting blogs that sometimes you place the links .. Come out and find a nice girl .. it can maybe help you to clear your brain … Instead of watching these horrific scenes of cannibals bums bearded…that they call themselves as rebels .. Is very important the defeat of an nusra front in nubbul and zahra village..… Read more »
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.”.. the defeat of Al Nusra Front in Nubbul and Zahra villages.. is the first time [they] recognized total defeat on open front.”

This sound interesting, Johny. Did they actually admit that they were totally defeated? How was it expressed?

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SHINAYDEEN, Groups Dzhabar An-Nusra Front after days of fighting for the village and Zahra Nubbul the first time in all the time of their criminal activities in Syria recognized his total defeat of the open front. However, they were accused of terrorist failure insulating glass, which, according to them, take a moment and attacked a number of positions Dzhebhat An-Nusra Front in the north of the province, which has delayed the strength of the last battle for Nubbul and Zahra.Oggi was the most peaceful in recent years with regard to these villages..by ANNA NEWS google traslate.. http://www.anna-news.info/node/26549

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Thanks, Johny.

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johny: eaually important was the closure of the Jordanian border to wounded rats; they had been being treated at a hospital near the border; the hospital was closed and staff detained, pending extradition to Syria. The rats are seriously pissed. This info came only from ANNA, so far, but I’m checking other sites for confirmation.

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Oh, come on, it was expressed through the Martini in Ziad’s hand, how else?

The wishful thinking here is really getting out of hand, despite my best efforts to drag you back to the facts!

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facts? facts are that you buddies are murderers, thieves, drug dealers and religious nuts just like your self. facts are that your country has blown 730 billion dollars from the poor people of Arabia to subvert the free people of Syria. the fact is that EU and US are shipping anyone person with any inclination of mental health issues to Syria. And finally the fact is Syria, Iran and Lebanon are winning the War much to your dismay. No matter how much you Takbeer you and your kind are targeted to be obsolete all over the world so enjoy your… Read more »
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You are confused and emotionally overwrought.

Lithium is a word that springs to mind … just saying.

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Dear Johny,

thanks for your concern but my hectic and irregular schedule is coincidental to the perennial toing and froing of this war. Still, I do my best.

As for my love life, fear not, old chap, I already enjoy a ‘brain reset’ after each comment, which is what keeps me so fit and able for the fray!

johny
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Ok. You know better your life..

Mentat
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So true! Stay beautiful, my friend!

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Syrian army pushes to facilitate success of UN envoy’s initiative: paper http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/04/c_133833176.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) — A Syrian newspaper said Thursday that government troops are trying to achieve national reconciliation to help implement a UN envoy’s initiative to “freeze battles” in the war-torn country. Government troops have continued with their siege of areas held by rebels in the eastern part of Aleppo city to force the fighters to consider the initiative of Staffan de Mistura, the UN envoy in Syria, al-Watan daily said. The proposed “freeze,” whereby warring parties would hold their ground, serves as a prelude to further… Read more »
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Can this be why Maher Al-Assad & Co were [according to Ziad’s albeit sketchy claims] diverted from Aleppo to wander aimlessly in the desert like some latter-day Moses?

If so, then poor Bashar truly has lost the plot, unilaterally bending over for the UN shaft in the form of an express shuttle to Den Haag.

Tragicomic … [weeps silently]

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The Syrian army has repelled an attack by the ISIL Takfiri terrorists on an airbase in the eastern province of Deir al-Zor. A Syrian military source said on Saturday that the ISIL militants were forced to retreat from the airbase and the hills overlooking the facility following heavy shelling and bombardment by the Syrian army. At least 101 members of the ISIL militants, including two French nationals and a Tunisian, were killed in the clashes. MENTAT YOU OFTEN CRITICISE ZIAD’S ACCURACY. HOWEVER THE ABOVE REPORT CONFIRMS ZIAD’S REPORT ON THE AIR BASE ATTACK. HE ALWAYS BEATS THE POPULAR MEDIA TO… Read more »
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A Source:

At least 101 members of the ISIL Militants including 2 French and one Tunesian were killed in the Clashes.

Only on Saturday Morning or over the last Days?

The Tide has turned?
I hope so.

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Remember actual lossesmentioned came from one source only yep SOHR usual drivel from his mouth.

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FNA)- Reinforcements arrived in Deir Ezzur airport East of Syria for the national military following the gunmen attack on Thursday. Airport is still under the control of the Syrian army without any progress by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) terrorist group, Al-Manar reported Friday. Army units also destroyed four vehicles of ISIL in the airport area by smart rockets. All of the gunmen inside the vehicles were killed. Syria was hit by a violent unrest since mid-March 2011, where the state accuses west and Arab countries, mainly Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar of orchestrating the attacks… Read more »
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David, what a shame only two of my French compatriot !

Mentat
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When proxies fail, their sponsors step into the ring.

You may have already noticed USAF and the HouseArab Lackeys bombing Syria at will, while Bashar the Bold One squats down, afraid even to make a squeak of protest, never mind actually defend the sovereign airspace, which anyone might think his constitutionally mandated job as President and CiC?

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Isn’t that talking from both ends of you body? you celebrate the killing of Syrians from your mouth and from the other end you protest the War? You should just stick with the Takbeering.

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Wrong, I have never celebrated the killing of Syrians. This war is a horrible and criminal tragedy against the Syrian people, from numerous angles.

I have mocked Ziad’s ludicrous propaganda in support of it though.

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Review: Eurojihad – Patterns of Islamist Radicalization and Terrorism in Europe http://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com/2014/12/06/review-eurojihad-patterns-of-islamist-radicalization-and-terrorism-in-europe/ Global Dimensions The book does not truly discuss The Global Dimensions of Europe-Based Islamist Terrorism, but tries to limit itself to the links between various regions. The authors lean dangerously close to trouble with their brief discussion of ISIS and Syria, recognizing that—at least from the terrorists perspective—“Syria was more complex than they expected and that it was not simply a fight against Assad,” but “there were many players in the conflict and they were ordered to fight against other Muslims.” The authors recognize, “For European governments—the French… Read more »
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Chechen attack: ‘terrorists get weapons from abroad, linked to Mideast groups’

http://rt.com/op-edge/211767-chechnya-russia-terrorism-attack-mideast/

The weapons used in Thursday’s terrorist attack in Chechnya came from abroad. The terrorists are linked to radical groups in the Middle East and are creating an extremely dangerous situation in the region, Alexander Nekrassov, political analyst, told RT.

[…]

9 militants, up to10 police killed in shootout in Chechen capital

http://rt.com/news/211267-grozny-counter-terrorist-operation/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QIC2lI2Exys

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9bZDx9C_Ak

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3IZOp_WLiD8

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There is no factual reason to expect miracles regarding the defensibility of these bases, not in the West and certainly not in the East.Scus from Damascus sounds very bad, what’s it good for except sowing distrust ? Air bases are the SAA’s weakest spot, and ISIS best feature, they include large swaths of real estate with few buildings, I’ve said this over and over again. Hard to defend, you would need to defend runways with a safety puffer, so planes can safely take off and and, so in reality you need to defend about 5 times the territory, and enclose… Read more »
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Message urgent. The army has stripped completely the area around the air base from the Islamists ..
ANNA NEWS few hours ago.. http://www.anna-news.info/node/26575

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When the scuds are brought to day light, it’s time to get worried, because those are kinda like last resources… God damn it. It’s time to strike back! reenforce and atack the IS militants from the flank. Do not let them escape and kill every last one of them

Mentat
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Yep, it’s a ‘backs to the wall’ kind of business. But let’s not hope for too much, shall we?

Mentat
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Scuds launched from Damascus are as likely to hit their own men as the attackers on a closely-contested frontline 300km away.

A bum-puckering type ‘blessing’ for the defenders, I’d reckon!

johny
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My “friend” you read the Anna News reports.. You’re on the right track..

Mentat
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You said it, Amigo!

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johny: Loading the dead rats into a high volume dump truck. That’s rich!

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I don’twant to post killed rats.. But ok. Another for you.. https://www.facebook.com/Syriaonline.sy/posts/732897310131591 ..

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Sorry, I initially misposted this further above 🙁 There is no factual reason to expect miracles regarding the defensibility of these bases, not in the West and certainly not in the East.Scuds from Damascus sounds very bad, what’s it good for except sowing distrust ? Air bases are the SAA’s weakest spot, and ISIS best feature, they include large swaths of real estate with few buildings, I’ve said this over and over again. Hard to defend, you would need to defend runways with a safety puffer, so planes can safely take off and and, so in reality you need to… Read more »
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Folks, would you PLEASE stop feeding the troll?

Mentat
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Is it the Morgellon’s playing up again that makes you beg in this pathetic fashion? My sympathies!

BTW, tell me again about that time you tapped on a mini-nuke with your walking-cane, Grandpa!

Free Basque Country from Pamplona
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LOL.
Funny cause it is true.
Aupa Naparra ta lege zaharrak.

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What is? And what does that snippet of Euskera mean?

BTW, I did not know the Basque Country had been captured by Pamplona … I always thought it was Franco!

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Ark, this royal sub-human fecal particle is just that: a hired troll for AIPAC probably. I happened to read an article a few years back which shed some light on this development. The fingers all pointed to that Ghetto Republic’s hasbara institutions in the Middle East.

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Giant Swastika discovered at bottom of swimming pool in Brazil http://rt.com/news/212135-swastika-brazilian-swimming-pool/
How many Hammer and Sickles emblems would you find at the bottom of DC swimming pools?

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Here’s where the Arkansas Hillbilly shines through, petrified of ChiComs coming to confisticate his methylated moonshine, LOL!

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AP (Israeli controlled Associated Press) Changed Their News Headline! 😎

FROM: Islamic State Group Storms Air Base in East Syria
(notice: [IS group], not IS terrorists, and [storm (a term usually reserved for the israeli occupation army)] instead of invade!)

TO: Syrian troops repel IS attack on eastern air base

http://www.thecourierexpress.com/news/world/article_a6a25d71-14c0-5182-bd95-9317acb1f2c5.html

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Anon: The rats accused the SAA of using choline gas on them. Geez! The lies never stop, do they?

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Are you huffing the Chemtrails again?

It’s ‘chlorine’, for Jesus fuck’s sake!

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Yep that’s the mouthpiece SOHR for you lying shit bag.

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Zionist (~half of western media) press is so predictable once you know the score..

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CANADA prefers to leave the US holding the bag alone in Syria 😀 😀 😀

Canada rules out Syria airstrikes

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11370232

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Amazing, somebody is not bombing Syria … we can all relax, the Triumph of Bashar-Ba’athism is complete!

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Someone ist _not_ bombing “ISIS” – this indicates to me that the Syrian-Arab Republic with Bashar Assad in the lead is on its way to triumph monumental in character..

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Not related, but a spirited try!

+1 for you.

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Yes victory is almost there, I know it hurts, it is OK you will get over it. I hate to say it but you already know your takbiri buddies are done for. btw on the Iran question that makes you so excited, The Iranian said we can intervene much more heavily because Iraq is nearer to us, That means IRAN HAS COMMON BORDERS WITH IRAQ.I hate to rain on your parade sunshine, but that is what he said, go read it again. And on the other hand Syrians have proven they are not about to run away like the Iraqis.… Read more »
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ask your caliph who sent his wife and children to be protected by Hezbollah” … by Jehovah’s molars, a flourish of actual original wit, which actually works … I am mightily impressed!

But keep up this progress you must, my young Padawan!

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Anon: I don’t know why Canada was stupid enough to go along in the first place. Better they stay home and fish, trap, hunt – – whatever they do in real life.

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Neither Russia nor Iran are daft enough to tie their strategic interests to a single personality. Peace in Syria will be made when the insurrection is obviously defeated, and the current State is secure – Dr Assad is not the current state. Remember, unfortunate though it is, War is the fire that forges history. Notice also the aphorism – That which does not destroy me makes me stronger. The ‘dark side’ have been treating what is for the Syrian state an existential struggle as a trifling diversion or hobby and are only now waking up to the depth of their… Read more »
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“When this is over the world power distribution will not be the status quo ante.” I suspect you are right, Bridger but only if two conditions are met: 1) The Syrian state wins its war against terrorism and 2) Iran successfully negotiates a solution to the nuclear issue. There is a better than even chance that both of these conditions will be met the way things are going. If so, Iran will emerge as the strongest power in the region and will forge a new relationship with the US and the west. The Saudis, their Gulf satraps and Turkey will… Read more »
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Correct, Hezbollah will be stranded in a sea of NATO/Zionist sharks, Syria militarily neutered and politically crippled under the new ‘transition’ government, and Iran still licking its stripes from the sanctions.

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I agree, but…. The game is not over in Syria. However, the momentum is clearly in syrian s hands. This conflict might drag for a few years.
Aupa Naparra ta lege zaharrak.

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OH! NO! AP HEADLINE CHANGED AGAIN! 😎

TO: Syrian troops repel IS attack on eastern air base after jihadis stormed it briefly 😀 😀 😀

http://www.ktvl.com/template/inews_wire/wires.international/2a190b7b-www.ktvl.com.shtml

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Yep some media outlets jumped the guns they say.

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The importance of this battle in Der Ez Zor can not be discounted by any bit, after a sequence of defeats, ISIS is placed in a hot spot trying to pull a big victory. The whole deal on this advance is quite cloudy though, how 3000 rat fighters travel around the desert area with minimal detection, that would amount to 300+ loaded pick ups, if all rats were shipped to Der Ez Zor. What about the heavy equipments they seem to be using there, T55s, BMPs, dozens of flat beds, grad missiles etc.., heavy stuff and easy to be spotted… Read more »
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I agree. I think that what happens here will be quite critical both for ISIS and for Syria but especially for Syria.

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It was on Der Spiegel earlier today, they texted, “ISIS storms Syrian Air Base”, as if it had been successful – and Papa Rahman of SOOR, the person who calls himself The Observatory, had hinted that the poor rats had respiratory problems, “probably from Chlorine gas that the regime forces constantly use”. Shame !
Those poor, decent ISIS rebels !

Yes, they will try again.

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Cantham, you are asking frequently the right questions but at the same time almost instantly “forget” them and you talk about something different. Unless there is an explanation for your first question, why is it possible for 1k+ insurgence to move around in desert like terrain obviously equipped with hardware to go against a regular army, every discussion about the events in Deir Ezzor is futile. Me too wants an answer to this question but nobody is talking about it and I cannot find an answer. Do you recognize that “ISIS” always “pops-up” when the SAA is about to gain… Read more »
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Boiler, I am sure there is an easy explanation for this question, but I can not find it, the facts against an easy explanation is overwhelming so the puzzle continues. Lets reflect and assume the following is true : 1) Syria has spies in most of the small to large size cities, not necessarily villages, so any large convoy would be detected and communicated. 2) drones are all over Syria and Iraq, besides fighters and regular transport troops are fluing all over both countries and can detect large collumn of dusts and convoys in main roads. 3) Intel is flowing… Read more »
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A friend posted this on Google Plus, his idea is that bDocÂssad would be great Arab leader – I think he is probably right, but chances âre that what everybody else does NOT want, is just that, a charismatic Arab leader.
https://plus.google.com/100639045969948187573/posts/DrUbUe7YepE

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Damn, my keyboard reset itself to German – sorry about the typos, they’re not my usual ones !

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“andullahs rats” you crack me up man

ziad
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wallah el yazim what beautiful pics of dead rodents

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The Iranian system would prefer to negotiate with America rather than stand in its way, just like Putin’s regime they will only oppose the Americans up to a point, for Putin this point is sanctions on his mafia buddies and an economy in free fall, for the Iranians it is also the same for Rafsanjani and co (the real powers behind the system) and their sensitivity toward sanctions, why do you think that the Iranian ‘negotiators’ are desperate to get these sanctions lifted before (as they say) any agreement can be concluded. Indeed the West has agreed to release some… Read more »
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Absolutely correct, up to the point you said “Eqyptian MB are killing and mutilating … Egyptian army soldiers” — funny, because Morsi & Co are sitting on Death Row and cannot even muster the gumption to urge their followers to arise and strike back at the filthy Sisi Coup Junta which will hang them any day now while releasing the Godfather Mubarak. The party chopping up Sisi’s Yanki Slave Army in the Sinai, formerly ABM, is now a part of the IS. In case you hadn’t noticed, the essential difference between IS and MB is that one tries to feed… Read more »
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wow all of you ppl on here don’t seem to have any self control what so ever,,why do you give mental such luxury? this whole post was filled with back n fourth exchanges with him/her/it,,I am surprised to see it posting so much lately,maybe out of desperation or maybe out to pinch your weak nerves,,ffs ignore ingore ignore just don’t respond who cares what it has to say don’t reply or rate even how hard is it for you guys to do this? your weakness is exactly what it playing on,,stop giving it a podium ffs,,let it troll all it… Read more »
Mentat
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People will freely engage in disputing an interesting proposition despite your belated whining.

It is noted you have nothing at all to add to the debate.

ziad
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see guys it admits it needs your engagement like i said,,,and it has the absurdity to call it’s dribble intresting to

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The only thing more certain than the Syrian Arab Army,
to cause the irrevocable decline and death of a rat,
is a Jordanteezian witch doctor.

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@ QOB, [could not reply up above]

right, I understand.

Now, have you ever heard me supporting the bombing of civilians, in any country, or calling them ‘collateral damage’?

No, if anything quite the opposite!

And have you ever heard me supporting letting innocent men rot in prison?

Naturally not, and BTW that was the British injustice system which framed up and kept those men caged, in the full and perfect knowledge of their innocence, not the IRA.

So you can quit making these childish, emotional assumptions which attempt to hold me responsible for Irish history and the actions of others.

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