SYRIAN MILITARY BLASTS OBAMA’S TERRORISTS IN IDLIB; HARB FAMILY PERFORMS THE HAT TRICK

IDLIB:

 مقتل عدد من الإرهابيين بانفجار لغم أرضي خلال زراعته قرب قرية أبو العلايا بريف حمص

Ta’oom:  The SAA visited this infested town and blasted away at all nests within it killing over 43 rodents:

Mu’een Muhammad Al-Daleel

Mu’aadh Juraydeeni

Faarooq Hussayn Al-Khursaan

Mustafaa Harb

Usaamaa Harb

Tharwaat Harb

Hassan Ahmad Haaj-Qaassim

Rabee’ Baayirli

The rest were not identified and are believed to be mostly non-Syrian.  We would like to congratulate the Harb family of Idlib for the great accomplishment of the “Hat Trick”.  Three of their prized rodents went straight to Hell in one fell swoop.  What pride they must feel.  And congratulations also to the Syrian Army.

 

Abu Dhuhoor AB:  Heavy fighting in the area as the SAA continues to pummel Nusra positions with artillery and mortar fire.  On Friday, the rodents attempted to infiltrate into SAA positions at the base and lost 22 rats whose carcasses remain on the ground rotting.

 

Areeha: (Syria’s Jericho)  Rat tried to assault an SAA checkpoint and were repulsed.  Reports are of many casualties on the Nusra side.  No details.

 

Lower Al-Kastan:  SAA attacked a pack of Nusra hyenas and killed 4 wounding 4.

 

الجيش يقضي على إرهابيين في معرزاف وعقارب وأبو حبيلات بريف حماة

Jabal Al-Arba’een:  This mountain is completely under the control of the SAA, but, that doesn’t stop the rats from trying to gain a vantage point.  On Friday, they did exactly that again for the umpteenth time and failed.  Reports are of many dead rodents.

 

Hallooz Mountain:  This is my deceased mother-in-law’s home town which has recently been deloused by the SAA.  Now, the remnant rodents who once laid waste to the village are being pursued in the barren landscape of the mountain which gave the village its name.  The rats are not finding much to eat during this winter and it is expected that they will surrender or die very soon.

 

Fighting reported in these areas: ‘Ayn Al-Baarida, Al-Baraagheeti, Umm Jareen, Talab, Al-Dibshiyya, Mi’zaaf, Saraaqib, Sirmeen, Kafr Laataa, Al-Dhahabiyya, Tal Al-Tooqaan, Greater Al-Bayyaa’ah, Al-Mustareeha at the Abu Dhuhoor AB.

 

Tal Salmu:  Heavy fighting with the SAA destroying 5 pickups with 23mm cannons aboard.  I have no other details.

 

Qumaynaas:  This little town is rich in antiquities which are being robbed and taken to Erdoghan’s criminals.  SAA intends to clean this area out as the march to Turkey continues.

 

Khasheer:  Vague reports of huge rat casualties here.

 

المدفعية السورية تستهدف مقرات الإرهابيين بريف إدلب

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:

Isabella sends this wonderful video documenting rats flying straight to Hell in Aleppo:

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1525602191054733


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Anonymous
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Do I understand this right.

The SAA controls half of Deir el Zor city. But the other half is about to fall in the next few weeks.

The SAA has practicly encircled Al Qaida and ISIS in Aleppo, except for one highway which is an exit way for those terrorists who are giving up, the SAA could close the gap at will and is just waiting for the right moment or a diplomatic framework.

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Months ago the situation in Deir es Zor looked as if ISIS would be taking it any day – that has changed. It seems everybody (certainly both SAA and ISIS) are now trying to find out what their most sensible next move is – ISIS is likely a bit confused and trying to adapt to a changed situation. My guess is that they are thinking more about taking out Nusra than any SAA fortress. Aleppo is also a sensitive subject. Hard to say if it would be wise to simply strangle and take it, maybe the status quo is better… Read more »
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Anon, the map below indicates the situation in Der Ez Zor back in Oct, it has changed a bit only in downtown Der Ez Zor since October, a fair assumption is 2/3 under the SAA and 1/3 under ISIS, but take a look on the pink bridge on the Euphrates, the SAA is pushing hard to take the remaining of Hawika island, once done, ISIS will be completely encircled in Hamidiyah neighbor, so it is again a fair assessment that the SAA may kick ISIS out of Der Ez Zor, but only when they manage to take the strategic critical… Read more »
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Here’s one map for you. BE PATIENT it loads slowly (it’s stupid flash)..
http://www.fps-predators.com/#/syriadeir-ez-zor/4587707464

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http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/12/russian-pressure-syria-political-solution.html#

Russians are refusing to extend anymore lines of credit to the regime. No money ? Its only a matter of time now. Russians consider other options besides backing the regime.

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Oh, the Al Nusra Monitor says so ? Then it must be true.

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Please avoid using the word “regime.” Ziad does not like this word used and prefers “government” which denotes something permanent. “Regime” is something iilegitimate like you would use about Israel.

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No money ?
Line of credit is not in money, it’s for products and services and helps the economy of the countries extending them.

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The man says that IS are still receiving great reinforcements, hundreds a day. He says they improvise schooling and social welfare. Their major goal is to destroy democracy and all Muslims who support it, but not Christianity or Judaism (but all other non-believers). He says that the US bombing is ineffective as for example in Mosul, 5000 guys (they hold the entire city) are spread over hundreds of far-apart derelict buildings. No convoys anymore, all well-spread, and each bomb that kills civilians brings new recruits for IS. He says that IS has trouble where they show up massed – well,… Read more »
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ISIS are for the most part fucking fantasists The reason they’ve come this far had fk all to do with Allah but through the fucking mollycoddling by their hated west without whom they’d never have been born.They are akin to the Auks in Lords of the rings

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True enough but those were successful movies.
Humans love their fantasy… most of them are delusional.
IS prove that by selling a professional fantasy, you can often be way more successful than by telling the truth.

Aren’t the US successful ? And they tellu that we live in a world of forever growth, without climate change,where the meaning of life is the “pursuit of happiness”. Basically, that story is as weird as the IS concept 😉

You can convince the highly intelligent human race of about anything, as long as it contains a high percentage of bullshit 😉

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Jack, indeed your conclusions are right on the money. In the social media though, Jürgen Todenhöfer was been revered for his connection to get in and out alive, but he lost all credibility when he insisted Der Ez Zor AB was taken by ISIS a week ago…in a matter of hours his article meant trash in the serious social media, as if he was “bought” to produce such ISIS propaganda.

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Yeah I took part in the social media part as well 😉
That was stupid of him though it really showed where it’s at with information !
Of course – the guy has a deal with IS.
I would make bloody sure I had a deal with them before i went for a social visit to the mighty Caliphate 😉

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السلاح الذي ظهر بشكل مظلات في سماء دمشق ودمر أنفاق جوبر

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So ?

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Hopefully the three brothers Harb were killed before they could produce offspring. Useless bags of meat!

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Hi Ziad,

I once offered some help in tracing down the origin of certain weapons used by the islamists.
Someone captured a lot of Steyr AUGs, which frequently show up in Alleppo since 2012:
https://bullpupforum.com/index.php?action=dlattach;topic=29.0;attach=11670;image
Ziad, if you can get the serial numbers (provided by, SAA, MI,…whom ever) I will try my best to check directly with the (most likely) manufacturer who the lawfull owner was/should be.

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Lurker: I cannot, and do not, speak for Ziad, but that would be a boost, fershur!

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That would be a good thing Lurker.

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Why doesn’t the Syrian army abandon city of Deir ez-Zor and instead focus on cutting supplies coming from Idlib? Taking complete control of Deir ez-Zor will not help win the war. While they’re at it the Syrian army can abandon everything to the east of Palmyra in Eastern Homs. The Syrian army doesn’t need to be in Hasakah either. The Syrian army can strangulate supplies coming Idlib by pushing north-east from Idlib city towards Atarib and from Atarib to al-Dana. It will weaken the opposition forces grip on Idlib province and simultaneously support the SAA encirclement of Aleppo City. Opposition… Read more »
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Jam, I understand what you are saying but I believe there is a misconcept that the SAA, NDF and local militias/tribes can not defend all Syrian territory. Keep in mind that most of the territory lost to local terrorists/traitors and foreign terrorists happened with the help from locals, that is why a big chunck of Syria went to rats. Having said that, the SAA and YPG are kicking ISIS asses in Hasaka while the SAA is on the offensive in Der Ez Zor, these two provinces are rich in oil and gas and are rich in wheat, Syria needs both,… Read more »
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Aleppo is the prize, Once Aleppo is liberated then Idlib will be dealt with in short order. Mean while, ISIS must be kept at bay until such time that the full weight of the Syrian Army can be brought to bear.

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The capture of Aleppo will not end the war. Just look at southern Syria. There are no big cities there, but only small towns and the rebels are still strong. Aleppo is more of a symbol and it’s capture will boost moral, more then that, it is a tool to negotiate, for the regime. Now that the fate of a several thousands rebels is in stake, they could reach an agreement. I do not think the Homs solution would be preferable in this case… Those who leave Aleppo will fight somewhere als, that is a problem. It’s a matter of… Read more »
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The term “regime” gives you away. Syria will win, the rats are doomed.

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thats straight forward.. I support you anyways.

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Thanks to Ziad we can follow the painstaking ways Syria is going towards a new ensouled society. With an oriental tradition in thinking and a majority being Muslim on top of that its a fertile situation for a real macho-society where family-clans are infested by delusions of grandeur. A little shitty whispering in the ear, a promising huge business, clandestine weapon smuggling and zzzap a lot of unrest can be produced with chaotic idiots everywhere never admitting their own stupidity of course. Only after years eating their own shit and seeing everywhere everybody dying for nutting they slowly wake up… Read more »
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I recall few weeks ago I wrote a post here at SYRPER about this very topic (article attached) of the so called “Ruble Collapse” and how wrongly understood it was in the West, I am from a 3rd world country, used to hyper inflation, huge FOREX volatility and economic instability, so I speak by my own experience and price paid through the dozen crisis in the past 40 yrs in Brazil. When I say the devaluation of the Ruble has few negatives and several positives, I say it because a controlled devaluation is all Russia wanted right now, it is… Read more »
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Yes, 1) is mostly psychological (can’t buy that Mercedes, dammit) – but let’s not forget a connected thing though it isn’t anything to do with the Ruble – it’s the oil price.
That is what hurts Russia right now, way more than the drop of the Ruble, which is mainly fodder for the western press hysterics.

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Excellent, you nailed it.

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You are mostly right. But one problem is missing in your equation: The class of Russian people who could invest something is very thin thanks to decades of communism. It will take time before there will be a strong local economy emerging outside what Russia has already. The danger is that instead Russia will be taken over by Chinese companies. Money is but a veil over the exchange of goods. Russia exchanges oil and gas with consumer goods, food and engineering products. Disturbing the sale of the European countries to Russia will also influence their buying. That is a no… Read more »
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capitalism is no better than communism nob. look at the state of capitalist countries. the debt, the poverty the unemployment. they are teetering on collapse financially and socially. they are doomed

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Once again you failed to understand the point. I do not blame you. You cannot possibly have an idea what communism means and why it influences economy decades after it happened. Also you have no understanding of what this “doom” would be like that you fear.

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the lowering of oil price is destroying the shale gas industry. thousands are being laid off from the north sea oil industry. it has backfired on the west. if russia cuts gas off from EU their economy would collapse . unemployment would run at 40%. beware of black swans

Nobilitatis
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They do not mine or drill for shale gas in North Sea.
Also if they stop shale gas production for low prizes they will restart it with rising prizes again.

Nobilitatis
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A total stop of delivery of gas from Russia would influence Europe not more than the oil shock before. It would influence European countries very differently. There are numerous ways to counter it or replace the Russian gas. It would cut the demand for the future strongly. There will be alternative sources. There will be a strong surge in production of engineering to save energy. In the long term this products and know how will travel through the world and the demand will go down everywhere. It will be good for environment. Anyway I think that Russia does not want… Read more »
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A few days ago on the Vineyard, he published a transcript of Sergei Glazyev speaking to the Russian Academy of Sciences. Glazyev is a statist, and very critical of the Central Bank, whose directors are neo-liberal stooges, hypnotised by Wall Street blather. It may be said they are Russia’s most dangerous enemy.
http://vineyardsaker.blogspot.com.au/search?updated-max=2014-12-13T01:08:00Z&max-results=30

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Yes. There’s lots of pundits in Russia (western media keep saying that there is no free pinion in Russia, then they openly interview these guys) who are just normal greedy consumerists, and their religion is short-term gain. In the current situation, this is highly destructive as obviously, with western economic power being wielded like an invading army, discipline is needed to enable Russia to prevail and come out more independent. To break exactly the this sort of western economic power, so it can never again be used to hold the entire world for ransom. Right now, many people are making… Read more »
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Jason
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Larijani: He criticized the “tactical approach” of the US in addressing the issue of terrorism as a “strategic mistake,” noting that the US has now come to notice this problem “which they created and are today suffering from.” LOL. Instead of describing the US as an invasive and meddlesome force he criticizes them for their ‘tactical and strategic mistakes’. This person, like his Russian counterparts is merely acting as an envoy of the US/Israel in the hope of pressuring Damascus to accept the political formulas already agreed upon between the various parties including Iran and Russia. You couldn’t get any… Read more »
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blah blah blah Russia, blahhh blahh Iran blahh blah.

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Happy Chanukah Jason!

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They might be talked into admitting mistakes, but never into admitting that they deliberately and routinely make unscrupulous and inhumane decisions. So maybe that’s what he’s driving at.

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Situation in Aleppo is very complex; however, from my point of view, building on the momentum that has been achieved so far is the way to go. Closing the gap is a clear goal; however, this also gives saa advantage of surprise attacks elsewhere. Air force should be able to devastate all, or at least most static positions. Sheikh Maksoud will be used by rats; that much can be guaranteed. Kurds are the new found foot soldiers for the western interests, so when foreigners say “let the supplies through to Aleppo” they will do so. This has to taken into… Read more »
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Syria determined to fight terrorism: Assad http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/22/c_133869730.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 21 (Xinhua) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Sunday stressed his country’s resolve to eradicate terrorism, and called for national reconciliation across the country, according to the state news agency SANA. Assad made the remarks during his meeting with the visiting the Iranian Parliament speaker, Ali Larijani. He said his administration is determined to achieve “national reconciliations,” which are basically local truces with the rebels in some opposition-held areas in Syria. Meanwhile, Larijani said in a press conference following his meeting with Assad that Syria should be supported against the rampant… Read more »
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“Frozen zones” plan in spotlight as call for pacification looms in Syria http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/18/c_127313929.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) — A Syrian political opposition party says the plan of the “frozen zones” in Aleppo must be coupled with a political solution and expand to cover other Syrian cities. “The plan put forward by the UN special envoy Staffan de Mistura must be coupled with a political solution and expand to cover areas in southern and central Syria,” Safwan Akkasheh, a leading member of the oppositional National Coordination Body (NCB) told Xinhua Wednesday. He said his group met earlier in the day with… Read more »
Matt Cusumano
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Ziad: What has happened in Wadi Dief? (I know I spelled it wrong, but you get the picture). I haven’t been able to find any information on the situation at that base, or installation.

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Don’t worry to much,
Artillery spotters are
constantly figuring out
from where the loudest
snackbarian spectacle is
coming for an accurate rat-Yo.Yo. …(~o~)

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Not speaking by Ziad, Matt, this army base estas of Marraat Al Numan was attacked by a large nbr of rats, anywhere from 2300-5000, the weather was foggy so not possible for SAAF to support it, the days for the attack was picked by the rats to avoid SAAF bombings. The SAA command knowing a possible large loss of life decided to abandon this base and Hamidyiah ones, over 1000-1200 NDF and SAA soldiers arrived safely in Morek with equipments and armoured vehicles that could be driven at the time. This was a tactical retreat to preserve soldiers life, this… Read more »
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I am worried for the base Abu Ḑuhūr, it appears to be surrounded again by the same forces that have taken the basic Marrat al Numan.
From Wikimapia the villages at the surroundings have gone green.
It is obvious that this is the next target of the fascislamist … If ASA does not response, this base is lost.
Islamist offensive in the region of Idlib is a major danger, perhaps more than the southern front that seems to be stabilized.

Canthama
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Thierry, you are right to be concerned, this airbase is very important and active for the SAAF and it is in the heart of ratland, besides rats are indeed targting it in order to remove SAA presence from the center lands of Idlib and SW Aleppo, Abu Duhur is simply in the middle of it and for the rats a must to take target. This is a well defended base, it will be a tough nut to crack for rats. I check on wikimapia daily and can say for sure it is not entirely reliable, it is in the bigger… Read more »
Thierry the French
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Thank you for your response.
I agree with your analysis on wikimapia, but still it seems quite reliable.
What surprised me lately is the rapidity with which the bases and villages around Maraat al Numan were lost. I hope that the army did not have too much loss.
And I hope that Al Ḑuhūr resist.
Encircled posisitions are the weakness of the army, and therefore the priority targets for Islamo-fascists.

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The Latest Anna News Report From Jobbar

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Man Shouting ‘ALLAHU AKBAR’ Drives Into 5 Different Crowds in Dijon, France

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8aZ8uWmGfo

French Police Shoot, Kill Man Shouting ‘ALLAHU AKBAR’ while Stabbing 3 Police Officers Inside Police Station

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Nothing about it in the German press – it might prove detrimental in Christmas time, after all there are movements rising who fight the Coudenhove-Kalergi immigration plan, which the “progressive leftist liberal” media crowd believe in. This must be discouraged ! So they fight FOR Islam in Europe and against it outside Europe. Difficult eh ? But the media crowd is so beset by this breed of people trying to impose their beliefs onto the populace that nothing will change. The pen is more powerful than the sword, and the pen believes in a) Israel forever, b) islamic immigration in… Read more »
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Anybody here mystified by the Saudis’ flooding the market with oil? An attack on Russia, Iran and Venezuela? The ruin of the American shale oil bubble? Wayne Madsen, NSA retiree, has the explanation.
“How the CIA Launched the «Financial Pearl Harbor» Attacks on Russia and Venezuela” [except it’s NOT just about that]
http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/12/20/how-cia-launched-the-financial-pearl-harbor-attacks-russia-venezuela.html

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Yes, absolutely. World economy will not be thee same after this, and “democracy” won’t, either It’s petering out, and Americans are already adapting, saying “we’re not a democracy, we’re a republic – now let’s conquer the world.!” They are loving it. It will hardly work in the long run, but it is likely to work as long as sheeple believe. Amerika is changing into a fascist empire, and it’s methods are getting rougher. This will of course turn it all around in the end, but that may take decades. I wonder if we will see another Jelzin in Russia soon,… Read more »
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