BA’ATH PARTY DEPUTY SECRETARY GENERAL OF REGIONAL COMMAND PREDICTS END OF TERRORISM IN SYRIA IN 2015; ADVANCES IN DAMASCUS AND IDLIB

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DAMASCUS:  Deputy Secretary General of the Ba’ath Party’s Regional Command (القيادة القطرية) Hilaal Al-Hilaal predicted the end of all Takfiri terrorist groups in Syria by 2015 for the reason that what they stand for is “very distant from the culture of the Syrian people”.  His views are interestingly mirrored by Dubay’s Police General Dhaahi Khalfaan who said the same thing yesterday predicting their return to Turkey from whence they came.

 

Jawbar:  Major advances continue on this front at the southeastern axis where mostly Chechen and Saudi mercenaries are being killed by the legitimate forces of the Syrian government.  Many blocks were liberated yesterday after extremely violent exchanges of fire and hand-to-hand combat.  The terrorists have been forced to cringe in narrowing areas as the SAA destroyed most of their revetments, fortifications and tunnels.

 

‘Irbeen:  At the Tu’ma Building, the SAA and PDC annihilated several nests of terrorists in perfectly executed operations:

Ahmad Muhaahid (CHECHEN HORSEFLY DROPPING)

Muhammad Akbar Izmeer (CHECHEN TOAD SPITTLE)

Anwar Baydhoon

 

Zibdeen:  In a firefight with the SAA, Nusra always loses:

‘Abdullah Al-‘Utayfaan (SAUDI WEASEL WART AND CHILD MOLESTER)

Ihsaan Ja’afar

‘Ammaar Al-Shaykh-Hassan

Mustafaa Al-‘Aroos

Another 7 could not be identified.

Syrian Troops Kill 16 Militants in Idlib, Damascus

 

Fighting reported intense here: Al-Nishaabiyya Farms, Al-Bihaariyya Farms, Al-Jarbaa.

 

Al-Qaasimiyya Farms:  These mercenaries were killed last night:

Muhammad Tarkhoon

Jaabir Al-Muraadi

Tareef Al-‘Abed Fayyaadh

Anees Muhammad Hamad

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Al-Shaykh

‘Ali ‘Umar Al-Zaamil

Yazan Raaji Farhaat

 

QALAMOON MOUNTAINS:

 

Waadi Al-Hasseen:  5 confirmed mercenaries killed here yesterday near ‘Assaal Al-Ward.  No names.

 

Ra`s Al-Ma’arra:  6 terrorists killed here and 17+ wounded based on spotters’ counts.  This area is 30 kms from the Lebanese border.  No names.

 

Al-Zamraani Crossing and Martabiyya Crossing:  Heavy presence of border guards here with plenty of backing from SAA and PDC.  Yesterday, freezing terrorists tried again to cross from Lebanon and were exterminated.  The area is not fit for assessment and the carcasses remain on the ground.

 

Fighting reported at Waadi Al-Karam and Al-Maal in the foothills of Qaarra.

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IDLIB:

 

Kafr Laataa:  The SAA set up an ambush and sprung the trap killing these and destroying a pickup with 23mm cannon :

Ahmad Sulaymaan

Waleed Al-‘Abboos

Adham Mukhliss

Mustafaa Qaddaah 

 

تدمير 3 مرابض هاون ومربض لمدفع جهنم في درعا البلد

Kafrayya Village:  The SAA trapped a caravan of terrorists originating in Turkey and killed these:

Ghareeb Saalim (ALGERIAN CHAMBERPOT)

Ahmad Saluw

Wadhdhaah Al-‘Awadh

Another 9 were killed but not identified.  3 were taken prisoner.

 

Qar’ Al-Ghazaal:  The SAA killed these:

“Abu Al-Faarooq” (Id pending. Believed to be Tunisian)

Hanfar Duraamaan Al-Shallaah (LIBYAN CUSPIDOR)

 

Al-Sahn Village:  In the Al-Rooj Plain.  This is described as the connecting link between Reyhanli, Turkey, Haarim, Areeha and Jisr Al-Shughoor, a conduit for murderers coming in from Erdoghan’s Turkey.  The SAA is on the verge of closing down this route.  We are keeping tabs on events there.

Kafr ‘Uwayd:  A warehouse loaded with weapons and ammunition exploded killing an undisclosed number of foreign mercenaries.

 

Al-Tamaani’ah and Al-Habeet:  The SAA is taking positions to liberate these 2 besieged towns.

 

Fayloon:  Numerous operations here to eradicate terrorists. I have no details about on-going action.

 

Fighting intensifying here:  Khaan Shaykhoon, Al-Baraagheeti, Buroomaa Village.

 

Fighting intense here also in the area of Jisr Al-Shughoor:  Al-Shaykh Sindiyaan, Al-Sirmaaniyya, Al-Qinya, Hirsh Ishtabraq, Al-Sindiyaaniyya.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

A must read for all your friends. Print it out and distribute to everyone. That’s what I’m doing right now:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/syria-bashar-al-assads-secular-governments-battle-against-isis-protects-pluralism-catholic-world-report/5422820?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=syria-bashar-al-assads-secular-governments-battle-against-isis-protects-pluralism-catholic-world-report

Captain Corto sends these images culled from 3 years and 9 months of the war in Syria. May God damn Obama, Cameron, Hollande, Merkel, and every Wahhabist who ever crawled on this planet:

https://www.google.de/search?q=urs1798+k%C3%B6pfe&client=firefox-a&hs=mkq&rls=org.mozilla:de:official&channel=sb&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=I52kVL2aN6OxygPVpoHQCw&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&gws_rd=cr


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david
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i was very skeptical about the use of old t62 and t55 tanks. but they seem more than useful in this type of warfare.. saving your more advanced t72 and t80 for more conventional fighting makes more sense.

Arklight
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david: SAA has learned (the hard way) how to fight their weapons effectively. While the T55 and T62 are no longer suited for armor to armor combat, they work very well as support for infantry during operations against the rats in hardened positions.

Anonymous
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David, there is no avoiding this…..your a dick.

There I said it!

david
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anonymous. have you got a blue print for your brain. i am building a fuckwit at home?
if i really was a dick you’d be kneeling before me with your mouth open

gfhfhgf
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gfhfhgf

Yes David , his right you are a DICK.

Anonymous
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You don’t need to go to all that trouble David, there is already one living there! [sic]

queen o bama
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they deal with 4x4s the whole country is rife with the jihadis transport of choice and the associated guns aboard them, no real armour to armour combat ,so probably use anti personal shells and armour piercing for buildings fortifications and so on.

As we know there’s a lot of volatility in the Oil Market can anyone make anything of this

http://viableopposition.blogspot.ca/

What TF are the Saudis doing

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Optimistic to predict end of this war zaid at this stage.

Arklight
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darrin: Yeah. I think the guy was talking through his hat, too. I’m thinking 3-5 years, minimum.

German
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Jobar
2×3 km (with my Bike ca. 5-10 Minutes to cross the Area.).

The Army advances since nearly a Year.

Please tell me something about Jobar if there are no new Tunnels detected (600 Meters and nobody notice it? I do not understand) and no Rats.

Than i will say:

Hurray.

P.S. I know the Vidos of Anna News (since Daraya).

The Reporter likes it to drive and shot with Tanks (everybody has a Hobby) – but 2×3 km means all the time: 5-10 Minutes with my BIke.

Go with Bikes an Jobar is a Victory.

Anonymous
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Syria should declare a universal amnesty for all foreign combatants under the condition that the SAA safely transports them to the Turkish border where their weapons will be returned and they will be bid adieu. Then let them and the turks work it out.

This is quite amusing: http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/syria-isis-chief-executioner-found-beheaded-cigarette-his-mouth-1482101

Anonymous
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I wonder if his name was Sheikh Robespierre…

Arklight
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Anon: I disagree completely. A good rat is a dead rat. Period.

Anonymous
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I agree completely. However, I also think that it is better that Syrians live than that takfiris die. Better for the Syrians to get on with their business of living and for takfiris to cast their shadow somewhere else.

Arklight
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Anon: Compassion is a virtue, in its place, but a dead rat will bother no one else, ever. The Syrian military accepts casualties as a price of killing the rats; not an ideal situation, but that’s the way war is. Estimates are the the kill ratio is 10-1, in favor of Syrian military, with the spread becoming broader as the quality of Syrian military goes up while the quality of the rats declines. Let the rats who are in Syria die there. All of them.

Hannibal
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Smoking can kill you !

Anonymous
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Em. Little wish from Russia 🙂 Keep “our” guys as a fertilizer , we don’t mind, really!

CHEVI789
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Anon, maybe they should put that as a warning on the cigarettes on our packets in Australia, i’m sick of the old ones anyway.

“Smoke and you will beheaded by ISIS” should be the new warning, NOT Daryl.

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

Intriguing idea.
Or, load ’em onto a hulk, and cast it adrift off Martha’s Vineyard. Give the rats a mud map directing them to where Obama is playing golf.

Alex
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Last night, the Japanese News Hour which I follow visited Tunisia and spent time with the family of two young brothers who had gone to Syria for ISIS. One was killed shortly after arrival and no word from the second son (surprise). The point of the story was that Tunisia has 50% unemployment in the youth and ISIS in Tunisia offers $1250 to each recruit-all of whom are funneled through the radical Mosques in Tunis. Unless either the unemployment situation is solved or the money chain cut off, these recruits will come and come and come according to the Japanese… Read more »
david
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cant spend it when you are dead alex, maybe they are unemployed because they are fucking stupid?

Alex
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I would agree with you but Horoshi Yamano, the reporter said that even college grads can’t find work.

Arklight
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david: When Libya was destroyed a lot of jobs in the transport and distribution of agricultural products went away permanently, which would include jobs all over North Africa. You usually write better posts than something that puts you forward as a brainless wedgeass. Tsk, tsk.

Anonymous
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He is a brainless wedgeass, sans tsk

david
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i have been unemployed myself arklight. i never had a compulsion to risk my life killing civilians, regardless of money. anyone who is that susceptible to outside influence is an idiot. or should i say ”wedgeass?” Tsk Tsk.
i agree with you about libya. a complete crime and injustice.
i think anonymous is probably noblitis. too ashamed to use a name after his last humiliation on this blog

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It’s better that they end up as cannon fodder or fertilizer in Syria than future drug pushers, rapists, criminals, and all-around human dung in Europe’s cities. There is already enough of their lot (Takfiri-minded brain-dead scum) littering the streets here. Sooner or later, they will be instructed to come out of their sleeper-cell status by their monkey handlers in Saudi Arabia and that is boys when the shit goes nuclear. I’m sorry that a huge segment of the Syrian population has had to be subjected to their wanton destruction and cruelty, but apparently, in the beginning, there must have been… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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You are what everybody calls you here. You are to stupid to use capital letters properly. You are to stupid to understand what you write. You are to stupid to write anything right. You humiliate yourself.
And you can see that I proudly use my one and only nickname calling you what you are: A moron.

david
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Nob you are the one who thinks that Germany produces 2 kilos of gold annually. That the EU is economically sound. That shows immense silliness .
I understand all that i write perfectly well. Underscored by my repeated deconstruction of your arguments to the point of humiliating you.
i would not be proud of your name. It has no meaning. And neither does your uninformed commentary.
Also note my use of capitals this time. This is not an English class. If it was I could pick on your terrible sentence structure and lack of comprehension

Marmadyne
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Woah dave, carry on like this and you might be promoted to Primus Pilus one day !

Arklight
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david: I’ve been out of work myself, from time to time and I, too, found the situation to be a bummer, and I too, steered clear of criminal behaviour. At the time I had no one but myself depending upon me, but if I had a wife and kids, mom or dad, going hungry I might be tempted to do irregular work, but nothing illegal. Fortunately, I was able to score enough day labor, piece work or short term to keep going during the hiatus, but I’m not a European Muslim. I regret their situation, but cannot excuse their choice… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Dave, you fail any time you write something. Everybody understands that except you. For the gold business I provided links. You doubt it without reason. You think that EU is economically broken, but you sit in Australia and you have no idea what you are talking about. You think that proper writing in your own language is some kind of exam? Everybody thinks different. It is normal, well for normal people of course. You criticize people with another language for their use of English? Who are you for such racist idea? You are not funny enough to be the fool… Read more »
Canthama
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Arklight and team, not sure whether you are familiar with this source (snapshot of Lybia) of news from Lybia, quite popular in the social media, anyway one more source to read the events unfolding there.

http://paper.li/zaaydi/1298457693

Arklight
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Thanks, Canthama! I see that according to them, ISIS has taken over a city in Libya. That’s about all Libya needs, huh?

Alex
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I must mention that the Japanese commentator showed the grief, and sense of loss the family felt and their hatred of the Mosque and ISIS ISIS doesn’t just destroy lives in Syria. It destroys lives every where it touches with its filthy money.

pop on top of the money plot
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A secret US-plane last days landed
in Lwow west Ukr. with millions of
clandestine dollis as hand-money,
for buying followers, similar as the
terror-money is funneled via false
Muslim preachers or even officially
with the phony anti-Syria agenda
under Erdogoon terror sayanim.
http://www.rtdeutsch.com/8886/headline/der-schwarzgeld-express-alle-wege-fuehren-in-die-ukraine/

gamejoe
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I thought in Tunisia they had a new elected premier. From the old Ben Ali regime. Is he also against Assad ?. Or is this only to “solve” the unemployment issue and the tensions in society which go along with unemployment.

Arklight
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gamejoe: So far as I know, ISIS doesn’t hire through the government’s unemployment office, so I don’t see where your question has any validity whatever.

gamejoe
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I understand, but if the government of Tunisia is against ISIS then they could pick up those isis recruiters and throw them into jail for joining a terrorist organisation.

Arklight
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gamejoe: I have no reason to assume that Tunisia is NOT scotching ISIS, MB and such, as opportunity presents. Remember how many years Gaddafi and Mubarak ran MB to ground, and MB is still well, healthy, and up to their same old shit whenever they can get away with it. If I was grabbing ISIS and MB when I could find ’em, I’m give ’em a week of ‘enhanced interrogation’ followed by a bullet in the ear.

Alex
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That was another point the Japanese reporter made. The new government in Tunisia has accomplished nothing in solving the unemployment problem. Keep tuned for the next revolution in Tunisia.

Arklight
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Alex: Have they tried the age old and shopworn remedy? ‘Twang you magic Twanger, Froggie!’

Canthama
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gamejoe, the new elected President of Tunisia has announced during his campaign that he would reopen the Tunisian Embassy in Damascus and that he would amend the relationship between both countries, in fact, 3 countries are in the process to reopen embassies in Damascus, Kuwait (Syria just reopened the embassy last week there), Egypt and Tunisia.

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kuwait has been neutral as far as i can see. just want to post this video which seems quit positive to me as regards a gulf state (from mermitv which I think has a lot of interesting videos from middle east)

Arklight
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Alex: A grand and a quarter is peanuts, when the guy goes to Syria as walking fertilizer. Let ’em come. SAA and its partners will kill ’em, and nobody has to worry about them any more.

Alex
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Arklight, I have always believed that the Syrian govt should take out full page ads in every news paper in the Middle East showing the piles of bodies of terrorists and warning recruits of the possibilities of joining them. Ziad has some photos they could use.

Arklight
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Alex: Yeah, that would put a blanket on the party. Good idea.

david
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maybe syria should pay them 1251 dollars to stay home?

pop about the money flop
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OMG David, that’s a good idea.
After bringing to Syria the 1250.-
They get 1251.- for going back home.
With mousy-brained rats intelligence
this could finally lead to everlasting peace.

teevee
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Ladies and Gentlemen, as many of you know i have been saying for awhile that there has already been an agreement made and deals sealed that will settle the Iran v US struggle that has been raging all over Middle East since the 1980s. This war has caused tremendous loss of blood and treasure. It is well passed the time to come to some kind of understanding on this issue. The US has already announced their turn towards Asia (China), The business of Middle East has been delegated to the British (Opening of Naval base in Occupied Bahrain). I’ve been… Read more »
Cataro
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Good post TeeVee, I hope this war will end soon, and this year as Ziad says

Hannibal
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I hope that you are right, but I am skeptic. The US, French, Turks and Saudis have gone too far in their hostility to Syria, and will not back down until they themselves become targets, esp Saudis.There is talk about possibility of Turkey changing course, after Russia and Iran offered Turkey a role in the international Gas trade Still, I am skeptic and will believe it when I see it.
Having said that, while the resistance forces have endured the worst, and the situation can only get better. We have to wait and see.

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I have the idea that erdoghan is in big trouble. Maybe turkey starts to become more instable. Ofcourse the saudi’s should be next for regime change

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Thanks for the insights Teevee. Who is Mr. Hilaal Al-Hilaal?

Jimmy M.
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Sorry, just saw his name is Ziad’s post, nevermind

Nobilitatis
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1) It is still a long way to go before that war is won. Time is on the side of the rightful gouvernment. 2) This “opposition” is counting for nothing. What counts at the negotiation table is the force on the ground. That is in this case (no direct control over the main players which are terrorists) the “enablers” that is who gives them money, weapons and stuff. 3) The region will change after the decisive victory of the forces of good. It will be not only in Syria and Iraq but from Turkey to Marocco. Possibly the “resistance” will… Read more »
david
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how is that german gold industry going nob? two kilos of gold a year is well the worth the effort. the german gold industry must employ thousands?

Nobilitatis
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David, fools are supposed to be funny. You have to work on that.

david
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i think you are funny nob. so you qualify as a fool using your own definition

Anonymous
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Hey David, how’s the construction of the ”Fuckwit Robot” going?

david
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i was sent two brains from nob and anonymous. but i rejected them. they made a very annoying rattling sound once inside the fuckwit

teevee
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dear friend a couple of points you need to keep in mind 1- Time is not on the side of the government, just because that the winners of this war are tasked to rebuild, that is the government. the terrorists are paid mercenaries plus some disillusioned youth living in other parts that have been brainwashed, this group is being used as guided missiles (suicide bombers) and cannon fodder. They know they will not be involved in rebuilding, so destruction is their MO. 2- You need to understand who the enemy is. The forces on the ground without their backers wont… Read more »
Anon
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I don’t agree with your point #3.
“Forces of good” is an objective truth no matter what the outcome.

When Germany lost WW2 the Forces of Good lost.

Those who won may fool themselves and others that they are good, but that does not change that they are extremely bad.

michelvandijk
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“When Germany lost WW2 the Forces of Good lost.”

Idiot.

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David – You missed it!
The ‘Nob’ (“You are to stupid to write anything right”) just told us, see above, @ 1:35: “Time is on the side of the rightful GOUVERNMENT.”
The nob humiliates himself?
People who like to ridicule the literacy skills of others need to be so very careful, don’t they?

Canthama
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teevee, I am with you all the way, your words are words of wisdom for me. I would just add that Iran has done a terrific job in Iraq since ISIS blew the whole thing out early 2014, Iran was the first country to support Iraq and sent weapons and men throught the whole year and continue to do so. Having said that, ISIS is losing in Iraq, yes the battles to be fought will be huge, but the process to clean ISIS in Iraq is so far ahead at this stage, Tikrit, Mosul, Fallujah and on and on, they… Read more »
teevee
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Thank you my friend, actually I always make a point of reading your posts because you seem to be calm and don’t get riled up with advances or setbacks. The war in Iraq is just a continuation of the Syrian war, last week of December Iran and Iraq signed several military and transportation agreements. The most eyebrow raising was the agreement for Iran to rebuild the Iraqi army (Worldtribune). This could never had happened without American approval. Immediately after this, the demented Saudis announced they will reopen their embassy in Baghdad after 25 years. Mark my words before August 2015,… Read more »
Betty
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Teevee, have you considered a twitter account? I find your insights and posts most interesting and illuminating. Please consider it. You too Canthama.

Canthama
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teevee, well, you have said “there is a raging fire that is covered with ashes now” in Turkey….it seems you were so very right again, it seems things have started to move out of control there…see news below.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/turkey/11328327/Female-suicide-bomber-attacks-Istanbul-tourist-district-police-station.html

Cataro
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Ziad , thank you very much for the article by Global Research/The Catholic World Report. God bless Syria

pop
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With that what Mr. HAHi said,
his prediction could be correct.
With the speed of war-like things
are spreading since few years, 2015
terror could well meet the end of times.

Canthama
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Canthama

pop, my friend, you are inspiring today, several nicely done posts, great job!!!!!

ziad
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I also believe the end will come this year but still think there will be many remaining rag tag small groups here and there causing trouble like in afghan etc but they will all be sorted out,but def in 2015 we shall witness a major cleansing

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Seems optimistic, yet i think once when SAA manages to get full control of Aleppo and Damascus (Ghouta), we will see huge momentum and events will follow very fast. I’m not sure exactly how many SAA soldiers are occupied at those two main urban battlefields but i think it’s a huge number. If those soldiers could help elsewhere, one of tasks would be to cut down supply routes from Turkey, controling border from Latakia up to Azzaz would make a huge blow to rats. Further SAA could encircle them and break rat controlled areas to many small enclaves and starve… Read more »
Dave in Australia
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Looks like Turkey is experiencing blowback already.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/jan/06/suicide-attack-istanbul-police-station

Early last year, Dr Assad predicted that 2014 would be the ‘Year of Victory’ but he reckoned without the rise of ISIS. Maybe this year will see a turning point when the bigger cities are liberated.

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Hehehehaha made me laugh hard Dave

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teevee
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Thanks for sharing great insight.

Canthama
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Very bad day for ISIS in Der Ez Zor, web media sites are reporting hundreds of dead rats in the attempt ot take the regiment 137th and the city of Ayyash, a mix of fierce defensive lines for the SAA plus large amount of mine fields killed several ISIS rats. See one report below from Leith. More will be coming out until tomorrow.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/552554362854457344/photo/1

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/deir-ezzor-syrian-army-encircles-isis-radio-mountain/

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/552491521296330752/photo/1

Canthama
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I know is to early to say the EU is going down hill, but signs are signs, one can take the conclusions he/she wants, most of the times what is needed is a big push, not sure which one the signs could be the big push but the odds are increasing daily. Article from RT brings no surprise but it is a good read. http://rt.com/news/220107-iceland-withdraw-eu-application/ Some signs out there : – EURO in its lowest value in almost a decade. – Greece is so very close to leave the EU. – UKIP leadership may take UK aout of EU. –… Read more »
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Canthama, you are citing RT. They are in the business of psychological warfare including against EU. A few points against your main points: EU is not a political union, it failed terribly to unify their foreign policy. Every country continues to follow their own aims with their own means. Visible are traditionally mostly GB, France and Germany. Neither Greece nor GB will leave EU. There are plans for Greece to go without the Euro currency and filing bankrupty but they will need the EU even more. The lowering of value for Euro seems to be intended. It helps to sell… Read more »
Canthama
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Turkey seems to be boiling up quite fast these days….from RT below. Dutch reporter held in Turkey on terrorism charges A journalist from the Netherlands, who is based in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir in the south east of the country, has been arrested by Turkish police on terrorism charges. Frederike Geerdink tweeted that police had searched her home and were taking her into custody on charges related to “propaganda for a terrorist organization,” Reuters reports. A police official said on condition of anonymity that the journalist, who works for Het Parool in the Netherlands and the UK’s Independent,… Read more »
Canthama
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What goes round comes around, would that be possible to see the war criminal McCain globally embarressed and repremended for crossing the Syrian border and violating a soverign country ? I doubt it, but it would be nice should it be true isn’t it ? Nah…ain’t happening.

http://rt.com/news/220079-mccain-syria-visit-illegal/

the Thylacine
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the Thylacine

While enjoying the bringers of good tidings for 2015, my home page, The Ironic Times, carried a clipping from a real newspaper, somewhere.
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Harper-Collins Omits Israel in Atlases Sold in Middle East
[IroTimes quip — ‘Atlases sold in Israel omit every surrounding country’]
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— Is this prophetic?

CHEVI789
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lol, saw that last week sometime, ain’t it a hoot, it’s sign of things to come as i have predicted, hope all the good jews are out before the destruction of israhell.

Abu Anus Al-Zibbi
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The jihaad fi sabeel alzibbi will never end. The penis of every ISIS soldier will reign supreme in every home in Syria. SNACKBAR. Down with ASSad.

CHEVI789
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on a day pass abu zib? kis zibak ya shayton

Anonymous
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Kurdish militants kill 41 IS fighters in northern Syria

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/07/c_133901013.htm

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Hamas denies key member’s expulsion from Qatar http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/07/c_133900984.htm GAZA, Jan. 6 (Xinhua) — Islamic Hamas movement on Tuesday denied that earlier media report saying that Qatar asked its key members to leave the country, and move to Turkey. Sami Abu Zuhri, Hamas spokesman in Gaza, told Xinhua that “what was published that Meshaal and Hamas leadership that are based in Qatar were asked to leave Duha was totally untrue.” Abu Zuhri, who declined to elaborate, added that so far “there are no changes to the presence of Hamas movement’s leaders in Qatar.” Earlier, Qatar demanded that Meshaal and other Hamas… Read more »
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Snow falls in Middle East as strong winter storm strikes http://www.kentucky.com/2015/01/07/3627887/snow-falls-in-middle-east-as-strong.html Snow has fallen across parts of the Middle East as part of a strong winter storm moving through the region. Snow accumulated in the Golan Heights and northern Israel on Wednesday morning, as well as the mountains of Lebanon. Schools across Jerusalem closed ahead of a forecast warning of 10 inches (25 centimeters) of snowfall. Many worried about the storm in Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley, where hundreds of thousands of refugees from Syria’s civil war live, many in tents. Strong waves from the Mediterranean Sea also lashed Lebanon, Syria and… Read more »
Canthama
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Some info from Iraq with hints on Syria. The map below, though not 100% verifiable, but it seems to translate well current state, shows the Iraqi territory liberated in the last 6 months or so, it is a big chunck and the bigger battle is yet to happen, right now Hit is about to be stormed by ISF, Fallujah inhabitants are reporting afraid of the imminent street fights in the city, ISF is preparing a major offensive to take Fallujah in the next few weeks. Tikrit is already seeing ISF storming its southern gates and last but not least the… Read more »
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Latest News From NATOs Liberated and Democratic Libya 😎 Sudan: Govt Expresses Doubts Over Libyan Threats Against its Planes http://allafrica.com/stories/201501070250.html Khartoum — The Sudanese army questioned on Tuesday the credibility of threats attributed to the Libyan army that it will shoot down any Sudanese aircraft entering its airspace. A number of media outlets quoted the Libyan Air Force as warning Turkey and Sudan from attempting to penetrate the Libyan skies whether through civilian or military jets. “I doubt that this decision is a formal one that was issued from a body that has an official status in Libya. This decision… Read more »
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Anon: Update to News from ‘NATOs Liberated and Democratic Libya’ …. Local Libyan TV stations recently aired pictures and videos of Islamic State (ISIS) fighters arrested or killed in battles with the Libyan army in Benghazi. The terrorists are reportedly from Syria, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt. An Algerian ISIS fighter called Abu Younis Djilali Mansour was killed last month in the al-Hawari area of Benghazi, authorities said. His death was reported by Libya Herald December 15th. Benghazi Medical Centre has already turned over to the Libyan army an official report with 40 passports of Ansar al-Sharia fighters holding various Arab… Read more »
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Bad news for Israel. Satanyahoo is probably having heart burns today…. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says Palestine will join the International Criminal Court (ICC) on April 1. In a statement posted on the UN’s treaty website on Tuesday night, the secretary-general said, “The statute will enter into force for the State of Palestine on April 1, 2015.” On Monday, Herman von Herbel, who serves as ICC registrar, confirmed that the body has received documents by Palestine declaring its acceptance of the body’s jurisdiction. This paves the way for the court’s investigation of Israeli crimes committed during the recent… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama

Thick snow in all southern and western Syria, from Daraa/Quneytra to Damascus and all Qalamoun moutain chain, bad day for filthy rats, hopefully a pack of them will freeze to death.

waldpyk
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it will be difficult for them to hide their tracks and hide-outs
and secondly they will move more slowly

pop
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With heavenly greetings a six week
ice-cold winter-period will freeze the
satanic terror brood in their flipflops.
High-time for cheapest infrared apps.
When gotten cold their mind will follow.

Ozsceptic
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‘Voice of America’ is full of gas! Oooh, that nasty Mr Assad and his henchmen! Gassing his own people (again)! Samantha Power, the United States’ ambassador to the United Nations, said on Tuesday that a new UN chemical weapons report provided even “more compelling evidence” that the Syrian government used chlorine gas on civilians. The U.N. Security Council discussed the report behind closed doors Tuesday. It said investigators had a “high degree of confidence” that there were attacks on three villages late last year. Few details of the report emerged from the talks. It apparently does not say who was… Read more »
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OZ, it is incredible how pathetic is Samantha Powers, somehow down the road she will have to pay for what she did and said to the Syrian people, even if it is her job to be a brainless slave. Interesting that the UN report apoints to no side and clearly stated that OPCW is the one that accountable for this investigation…not UNSC…so she is guessing lies out of the report as usual, actually she is vomiting poison out of this report. The big difference now is that no one hears her anymore, too bad for her ego. “The Organization for… Read more »
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Mali calls for international intervention in Libya Malian FM at UN: Anything that is happening in Libya has consequences not only in Mali but on the entire Sahel and beyond http://www.middle-east-online.com/english/?id=69584 UNITED NATIONS – Mali’s foreign minister told the UN Security Council on Tuesday that an international force could help stabilize Libya and the entire Sahel region and check the threat from Islamist groups. Mali is among five countries that launched an appeal to the United Nations and the African Union for foreign intervention to fight Libyan armed groups and to help build stable institutions. “The heads of state of… Read more »
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*** BREAKING NEWS *** AK47 attack on French magazine Charlie Hebdo kills 10 [ of course this is not terrorism 😎 ] http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-30710883 Gunmen have attacked the Paris office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, killing 10 people, French prosecutors say. Witnesses spoke of sustained gunfire at the office as the attackers opened fire with assault rifles. The satirical weekly has courted controversy in the past with its take on news and current affairs. Its latest tweet was a cartoon of the Islamic State militant group leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. An eyewitness, Benoit Bringer, told French TV channel Itele: “Two… Read more »
Shin
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It’s tragically ironic for the French public and those killed in Paris that these ‘gunmen’ are cut from the same cloth as the ‘rebels’ Hollande and the French government are supporting and funding in Syria fighting against Presidents Assad’s elected government and terrorising the secular civilised society on a daily basis.

Blegburnduddoo
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France must now give full support to Syria in whatever way President Assad thinks most appropriate.

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