DAYR EL-ZOR: STUNNING MASQUERADE CATCHES ISIS OFF GUARD AT AB; SYRIAN ARMY HAS LIBERATED HUWAYJAT AL-MUREE’IYYA

Syrian Special Forces liaised with the Republican Guard at Dayr El-Zor Airbase dressed up just like these degenerates in the Afghan Taliban when they attacked ISIS in Jaffra Village.

 

Jaffra Village:  Southeast of the city.  The vermin of ISIS were caught off guard, literally, when they saw a group of homogeneous Afghans returning to their positions behind their lines to face off again against the Syrian Army.  How comforting it must have felt to have kindred rodents coming safely from an operation somewhere to the northwest.  Relaxed and totally at peace in their cesspools, the ISIS perimeter guards thought something was really wrong when the Taliban-look-alikes opened fire on them killing 3 within seconds.  The rest of the pack, all 11, were killed in no less time in an operation by the Special Forces of the Republican Guards who had accurate on-the-ground Intel about the exact location of all the rodents.  Many of the SF commandos used Makarov handguns to put down the fleeing derelicts and heretics.

 

Huwayjat Al-Muree’iyya:  It is confirmed, the Al-Muree’iyya area is now rat-free. It happened yesterday when orders came to the ISIS cockroaches that the SAA was concentrating a large armored force to the north of the area.  As the insects tried to withdraw quickly, the SAA opened artillery fire which was followed by strafing runs courtesy of the SAAF.  Estimated cockroach fatalities, around 20.  No further details.

 

Al-Khurayta Village:  This area is known for its vast salt mines and large concentration of ISIS hyenas.  On January 26, 2015, the area was subjected to heavy air assaults by the SAAF followed by artillery.  The SAA managed to enter the area and seized boxes of ammunition with Turkish markings including sniper rifles and hand grenades.  The area is 50 kms northwest of the city.

 

Al-Bu-Layl:  I want to address the structural frequency of the place names in this area so close to Mesopotamia.  Saddam Hussein, the former dictator of Iraq who was convicted of some crimes made up by the United States in a kangaroo court worthy of the legendary Ottoman Judge, Qaraqoosh, hailed from a tribe in the Takreet area called the Al-Bu-Naasser.  The “Al” means “the”.  The “bu” is a variant in Arabic of “Abu” or “father”.  Naasser is just a name of an ancestor from  which the members of the tribe or sub-tribe descend.  The similarities between the people of eastern Syria and Western Iraq should not surprise anyone.  The Arabic is similar and so are the tribal and place references.

This is the reason why I refuse to use the State Department’s acronym for ISIS.  The State Dept. refers to the terrorists in Iraq and Syria as ISIL.  The “L” is for Levant.  But, there is a problem with that because the Levant is the Eastern Mediterranean – i.e. “ou le soleil se levee”, or where the sun rises in French.  The far eastern provinces of Syria do not qualify as a part of the Levant.  So, it is best to use the more accurate ISIS or Islamic State in Iraq and Syria where the latter refers to the entire nation including the non-Levant parts.

Yesterday, the SAA destroyed a large truck carrying weapons to ISIS here.  No other details.

 

Al-Mayaadeen:  A city now famous for being the site where Riyaadh Al-As’ad lost his first leg.  The SAA attacked and destroyed a nest and its fortifications.  No other details.

 

Fighting also reported here:  Al-Mu-Hassan, (It’s a play on the word “Al-Bu-Hassan” but, it means “The not so good”. Funny.), Al-Tibni, Al-Bu-‘Umar, ‘Ayyaash, Taabiyya


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Canthama
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Awesome news and tactics, rats have disguised as SAA for long now, it is good they tasted the same back Well done Spec Ops.

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They have rat uniforms enough 🙂

Dany the fatso
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Very funny indeed just imagined a SAA comando unit disguised like a Snackbarians entering the ISIS caliph Toilet room with a machine gun.

Canthama
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By the way, it is interesting to see how far north of Der Ez Zor the SAA has arrived, one by one it is getting closer to Raqqa….just a thought…

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If Syrians need to disguise themselves to look as Arabs, that might suggest that Syrians are in fact not Arabs. With time, no doubt, the truth about the Syrian people will be known, and the invaders, traitors and their agents, regardless of how recently or how long ago they arrived to claim parts of Syria, will all be expelled from Syria, one by one.

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It appears they merely had “wacky hat day” at work.

ziad
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not to hard to trick these inbred savages,,all you do is dress like a dirty pashtoon and not shower and start yelling “allahsnackbar” at least 20 times a minute

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The name Kobani is the word used by Kurds to describe Arabounar (Armenian) or Arab Pinar (Turkish) or Ayn Al Arab (Arabic), all three names which mean the same thing, which is Spring of the Arabs after the many water wells found in the area and the people who were known to reside in the area. Kobani literally is the word company mispronounced. It is not a Kurdish word or name, but it is the only label which denies the entire area its relationship to the people who were there long before the Kurds. Kurds settled in the area at… Read more »
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Remember also the FSA are in Kobani fighting with the Kurds this was Turkeys plan to forge an alliance between Kurds and FSA to eventualy take on the SAA

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SNA: Everybody lives where somebody else used to live, and doesn’t any more. If you want to ride an old beef, you’re solo, as far as I’m concerned. then was the, and now is now. Get used to it.

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Great, let a Kurd on vacation move into your house and kick you out for good. You can post on this forum from a garbage can using your smartphone, sayin’ enlightened things like, “then was then, now is now” or “Then was then, now is Now” with random capitalization to make you seem even smarter.

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Arklight: Explore your jewish old testament roots, your Torah agrees with you:
“When the LORD your God brings you into the land you are entering to possess and drives out before you many nations—the Hittites, Girgashites, Amorites, Canaanites, Perizzites, Hivites and Jebusites, seven nations larger and stronger than you- and when the LORD your God has delivered them over to you and you have defeated them, then you must destroy them totally. Make no treaty with them, and show them no mercy (Deut 7:1-3).”

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Turkey shoot. Love the ISIS updates.

dudleydoright911
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the SAA had a costume party? Wonderful. Given this is an irregular war, then the rules of war of course, do not apply.

Given the generally low skill of the rats, and the generally clean grooming habits of the SAA, I would expect they had no issues getting their full deposit back from the costume shop.

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Arklight
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Canthama: He’s getting too much heat for all of the golf and all of the vacations, neither of which he wants to give up, and the money has to come from SOMESHWERE. Once he’s out of office, he has to do all this stuff on his own dime, and I think that at heart he’s a Cheap Charlie.

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In the article it is mentioned that : “….Republican lawmakers in D.C. are at their boiling point over the Obama administration’s anti-ISIS strategy, whether it is a failure to establish a no-fly zone in Syria, or unreliability with the issue of aid, or the Pentagon’s promised train-and-equip plan for the Syrian rebels…” Already saw coming, and Obama has no obligation to please the Republicans and McCain, especially after the congress invite Satanyahu despite opposition from the Obama administration. The fall of the Syrian government is a major objective of Israel, and I doubt that in the present circumstances Obama wants… Read more »
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Israel targets Syrian positions in Qunaitera: activists

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/27/c_133951144.htm

Canthama
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Interesting article on the death of ISIS leadership and its effect on the organization.

http://musingsoniraq.blogspot.com.br/2015/01/the-islamic-states-leadership-losses-in.html

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Turkey seeks to accelerate Turkish-US process of training Syrian rebels

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/europe/europe/2015-01/26/c_133948315.htm

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Canthama
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And there are still a lot of Westerners that do not want to see the similarity with German Nazis in WWII. Go figure.

Canthama
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By the way, about 7500 Ukies just happened to be encircled in Debaltsevo, the Ukranian junta did again, let its soldier be encircled and abandoned. Just as a comparison to all pockets of Ukies in 2014, this one in Debaltsevo tops all of 2014 ones together in nbr of cannon fodders. http://fortruss.blogspot.com.br/2015/01/first-linkage-between-dpr-and-lpr.html Communication in Ukraine was intecepted showing that 962+ KIA, 1200 WIA and 456+ MIA from Jan 13-19 battles alone among the Ukies, these are unsustainable losses. BTW, they count MIA but in reality they are most likely KIA, which would bring KIA to +-1400 vs 1200 WIA, the… Read more »
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You are quoting a Russian propaganda outlet. It is not credible. And by the way I think that Ukrainians have a right to defend their own country like Syrians defend their country. They are not evil for that and Russians are not holy either. And there is no politician in the whole Ukraine who would be accepted by the Russian nationalists as a “good guy”.

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Nobilitatis, I understand we disgree with Novorossiya, that is fine and I find it is rich for me, I hear you and accept the points I feel valid for me, have done that few times…Ukie Nazis, Novorussia etc… We do have a different view of things there and that is a fact, I do not see the Russians nor the US/EU as the good guys, I understand their objectives and aims in Ukraine, I would just put myself in Russia’s shoes and pretend the same was happening in Mexico or Cuba near the US what would be the US reaction… Read more »
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You are in parts right and in parts misinformed. I happen to live much closer to the conflict. There is a misunderstanding about if there are “superpowers” who have the right to decide about their neighbor countries. I do disagree about the USA taking the right to decide about which international relations the countries in the Americas should have or not have. And the same should apply to the countries surrounding Russia. They choose to be members of NATO to be safe from Russian interference. The ones who are members feel much safer than before. The ones who were not… Read more »
Canthama
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Those are good points Nobilitatis. Tks

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it is not propaganda. it is from a russian perspective that is all nob. propaganda involves lies and fabrications. you offer no proof of such. ukraine is not a country. it is a land bridge between europe and eurasia. its language is basically russian. its capital a former capital of russia. it is also incapable of being independent as we are seeing now. without russia they are finished. the ukrainian politicians are likewise of incapable off independent thought. they are puppets. you need to lift your game. your other nonsense about germany having a gold industry that produces 2 kilos… Read more »
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David, you are a stupid guy living in a small island on the other side of the world. Your island belongs to the natives that you do not respect and your knowledge about matters outside your small world is zero. How many languages do you understand? Not even your own. Lies and fabrications are a Russian game. I know that and you are not. I will not defend the Ukrainian politicians. But they do have their people and their gouvernment and their country. You deny that and your other claims are accordingly valued. Your knowledge about history is to little… Read more »
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”a small island”? australia is the biggest island on earth nob. check an atlas and see how big australia is. you must have received your geography lesson from the same source that told you about the german gold mines?
i do not like dislike you. in fact i am rather fond of you xxx

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Some may object and say that Australia is not an Island but a continent. But you could not possibly know that.

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Nob, i understand your view, but I think this way, sure the Ukies have a right to defend their country, BUT, when their country is dictated to by another then THAT is a different story, these soldiers in the Ukies army are dying for their masters and THAT is my beef, if it has to take the rebels to defeat the Ukies to stop this then let it be so, we are at war by stealth wether you nor I like it or not, it ain’t an all out war but a war regardless.

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Assad accuses Israel of aiding al-Qaida militants

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/26/c_127419235.htm

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Ukraine is what Russia would have been if the chaos of the 1990s had not been turned around. That chaos was deliberately created by a Wall Street/State Dept ‘reform team’ led by the saintly Al Gore (more like a white collar version of Al Capone). An economic hit team that tried to destroy Russia and give all of value to a bunch of crooks/cronies of Yeltsin: the oligarchs. In Ukraina these kept what they had stolen from the state and still rule. In addition there was a Right Sector/Nazi coup instigated by the US. The source of misinformation here is… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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So, basically you think that it needs to take over territory from a neighbor country to stop the Dollar as a currency used internationally? And at the time in Nagorny Karabach, Transnistria, South Ossetia and Abchasia, did it work? Did it influence the dollar at all? Where is the misinformation?
Maybe the world is not as simple as you?

Stein Bauge
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South Ossetia, is that your way of talking about the Georgia war? Where the tie eater had his ass stuffed with US and israeli weapons? Is this arguments? You are a simple troll.

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The troll is always the other when you have no points to support your view. The rude language also helps. Remember? I asked if the taking over of neighbor territory stopped the Dollar as an internationally used currency before? I did not ask how the several conflicts in your opinion started. I have maybe more knowledge of this than you. If you cannot answer simple questions than maybe the problem is with you and not with the others.

Stein Bauge
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Sorry I did not take up on your strawman. You are trying to pretend that there has been no aggression from NATO, no attempt to expand to Russia’s border,no missile installations. No, i will not discuss on that premise. Most people even in the west now recognize hat Georgia started that war. (The Israelis learned not to stick their nose into the region after the capture of some command vehicles full of compromising papers, these had been taken by escaping commandos). Your reference to rude language is another strawman. I have presented facts about the geopolitical game, you spout the… Read more »
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Your reply to the points that are discussed, even the ones you did present as “strawman” (whatever that is supposed to mean) shows only that you are unable to discuss as was already foreseen by your calling names (troll and others). No. You will not discuss. But the troll is always the other guy. Well, I respect Russia for what it is, not for what you would it like to be. And facts are facts and not venom. If it is toxic thats because it is in reality. You make your point that Georgia started the war. That never was… Read more »
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You make absolutely no attempt to prove anything and you insist on seeing only Russian expansionism when in fact they have every right to defend and help Russian enclaves in the mess that is the post Soviet space, as well as take countermeasures against NATO aggression.
This is manipulative and not something anybody needs to ‘stick to discussing’. And you are not worth discussing with.

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The discussions of race got me thinking. How much of the ancient Israelite DNA marker from the exile might be found in the current Syrian population? How much DNA of the tribe of Judah might be found in the modern Iraqi population? How much will be left when this is all over?

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Ukraine became a US/(EU) vassal state after the illegal Washington/Neocon/NED/Soros/etc. orchestrated ‘nazi’ coup last year. It’s basically a zio-oligarch dictatorship now.

Using drugged nazi Maidanites for regime change is about as legitimate as using jihadi Takfiris in Syria, in my view.

“Russia has accused us of meddling in Ukraine’s internal affairs.

And when we see the State Department’s Victoria Nuland in Maidan Square egging on the protesters, and hear tape of Nuland discussing with the U.S. ambassador whom we want in the next Ukrainian government, do not the Russians have a point?”

(buchanan.org/blog/ukraines-crisis-6254)

Nobilitatis
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They do have a point. Now let us check that point: Did the Russians not talk to the Ukrainian politicians? Did they have not demands? Russia is much closer to Ukraine then the USA.
If you doubt the Ukrainian people elected their own gouvernment – the right way would be to demand free elections there. It would be wise to offer the Ukrainian people space to express their point of view instead of copying the view of the Russian gouvernment. You want to decide in your country and they want to decide in their country.

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ziad
it’s great to see the SAA using such tricks ,an SAA freind of mine used to tell me how they would trick these idiots with traps and even yelling allahsnackbar at times to do the trick as well,,he talked to me about that trap they laid for them one time when the rats entered Al Tadmoun,,at the time the vid of them entering was posted i told them the next day they would all be dead because they were way to close for comfort in that neighbourhood and i figured they were only able to get so close because the… Read more »
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