SYRIAN ARMY ACHIEVES MORE VICTORIES IN DER’AH AND IDLIB

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DER’AH:

 

Al-Naaziheen Camp:  A launcher for the Hell Rocket was destroyed by SAA infantry along with its entire crew:

Dhiyaa` Al-Shalabi

Ismaa’eel Al-Khateeb

Qaassem Al-Khateeb

Ashraf Al-Masri

Congratulations to the Al-Khateeb family for this remarkable contribution to the statistics of Hell. Good show.

 

Ibta’:  A mortar and launcher were destroyed in another unique surround-and-snuff operation.  I have no details.

 

City Station Square: Whole blocks liberated by SAA in unstoppable assault inside the city.

 

Fighting reported in the city at:  Al-Bahhaar Cemetery, Bilaal Al-Habashi Mosque, Old Customs Building, Electric Company

 

Naamer:  Another miserable attempt to attack an SAA checkpoint met with the usual end northeast of Der’ah City:

Rashaad A’war

Muhammad Jameel Maazih

“Abu Jareer” (Id pending. First time we’ve seen a name of a satirical poet)

Mahmoud Saalih Al-Nu’maan     

Another 3 could not be identified.

 

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Al-Shaykh Miskeen:  And another failed attack on a checkpoint left 8 dead rodents. All were foreigners.

 

‘Itmaan:  And another botched infiltration to the Al-Beetaar Farms no doubt conducted under the command of Jordanian imbeciles.

 

‘Almaa:  A reported 23 dead rats in a vicious firefight with SAA and PDC.  No names.

 

Al-Manaasher area east of Al-Ghizlaan Farms west of ‘Itmaan.  No details about fighting.

 

Fighting also in these two areas: Al-Soora, Al-Hiraak

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IDLIB:

 

الجيش السوري يستعيد آبار نفط وغاز في ريف تدمر من المسلحين

Kafr Laataa-Bizaaboor Road:  In the Arba’een Mountain, 2 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed.  A warehouse was found nearby containing weapons and ammunition which was distributed to our militias for killing Saudis.

 

Cork Factory:  A large number of rats killed. No other details.

 

URGENT NEWS:  A LARGE NUMBER OF RATS, OVER 30, WERE KILLED TRYING TO PENETRATE FROM LEBANON INTO SYRIA THROUGH FAALEETAA IN THE QALAMOON.  WE WILL HAVE MORE AS DETAILS COME IN.

 

Mantaf:  A warehouse was seized and all weapons confiscated.

 

Jisr Al-Shughoor:  Several attempts to overrun SAA checkpoints were repulsed.  Many dead rats.

 

Al-Akraad Mountains:  On the Turk border, heavy fighting as the SAA continues to approach formerly rat-held zones.

 

Ayn Al-Baarida:  Near Jisr Al-Shughoor, many rodents killed.

 

Hallooz: Continuing clean up nets 4 rodents.

 

More fighting here:  Al-Shughur, Qastoon, Zayzoon, Mar’ayyaan, Talab, Tal Salmu, Bazza Farms, Hirsh Ishtabraq, Binnish, ‘Ayn Marteen, Al-Hooti, Khaan Shaykhoon, Ihsim

 

Abu Dhuhoor: A Nusra HQ and C&C base was annihilated by SAAF with an estimated 13 dead rats and several vehicles destroyed.     

 

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DAYR EL-ZOR:

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(Archive photo shows how the rodents conceal their IEDs)

A SAAB car parked near the Farmers’ Union Building in Dayr El-Zor City was investigated by SAA engineers.  In the trunk, in a concealed space, a remote-detonated IED with a 50kg payload of C-4 was found.  The SAA successfully dismantled it.


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Tariq Jabal
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Not even the 1st week of 2015 has passed, and these vile cockroaches seem to be falling in ever increasing numbers, this is a good start of the year, Excellent work SAA and all involved. And a very big THANK YOU.

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Has the saaf recieved any yak 130 jets. Even though they are trainer jets, they are also good fighter and attack jet. I would love to see them in action. I’m also confused why Russia doesn’t give Syria loads of cheap old jets let the mig 23 and Su 24.

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I would prefer hisbollah23 or speznas24 fighter jets.

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MiG 23 and Su 24 are useless. Russia should give one single Antonov An-124 cargo plane. This beast can carry 150 tons of cargo. 150 tons! Imagine what you could achieve if you turn it into a bomber. No rat would survive.

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david
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obsolete junk boiler room. any modern country should feel embarrassed to have such planes. you need some advanced planes.

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‘Advanced’ planes eh?
Any country should be embarrassed for having to fork over a billion $ for a handful of utterly useless f-35s (100% american designed and built!).

Old junk that still works (Migs, SUs) or ‘advanced’ crap that doesn’t work? The only ones embarrassed will be US ‘allies’.
Apparently f-35s can’t even be used for airshows! – that’s some really advanced shit they got there!

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Bombing raids from high altitudes (to avoid “MANPADS”) is not very precise and would be effective only for large scale bombing runs. They bring large number of casualties among civilian population, if applied against fortified positions inside cities (which is where the “rats” are). Don’t forget that the “rats” are using civ. population as “human shields”.
In short, SAAF avoids large scale bombing raids because that would turn civilian population (and international community) against them.
On the other hand, An-124 would be one hell-ova air train for resupplying troops (airdrops or common) in Deir Ez Zor, Abu Duhur, Aleppo, Quamishli, Al Hasakah,…

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The best aircraft Syria can get for what its dealing with are the modernized Su-25 close support aircraft. They fly slow and low; pack a heavy punch, are relatively inexpensive to maintain, and can take a hell of a punishment, and still make it back.

ziad
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yeah there like another version of the A-10

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Syrian troops foil IS attack in Deir al-Zour province http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/04/c_127354951.htm DAMASCUS, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) — Many [terrorists] fighters of the Islamic State (IS) [sub-animals] militants were killed Saturday when the Syrian troops foiled their attack against government-controlled areas in the province of Deir al-Zour, the pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV reported. The IS [sub-animals] militants attempted to attack a number of government-controlled towns in the western countryside of Deir al-Zour, but they were foiled by the Syrian troops, said the TV, stopping short of giving a death toll of the killed IS [terrorists] fighters. Meanwhile, the janitor at MI-6 said a group… Read more »
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(since the armed opposition is done, the war is essentially over and the coalition of the aggressors are trying to compete with SAA and Hisbollah by copying their brilliant guerilla warfare tactics under the heading and the umbrella of “ISIS” backed by the aggressors air power. But a guerilla war is won by winning the hearts and minds of the people on the ground and by political (read: economical) means.)

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(appendix to Boiler Room 3:51)

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Like the ass mahmood abbas,we keep hoping time after time that he will do the right thing.we always get disappoinetd.So goes putin.Iam betting on him ,but with one cent.Syria needs to dry up the source of these lunatic murderers.Iam not betting on that Ziad,love your site.first thing I read.enjoy it.But Iam tired of reading the same thing for four years.I almost want to stop untill saudi is distroyed.I dont read about my palestinian people.same old shit.getting it in the ass from everybody.my hope is on Syria.but.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oz6c_SpghcM

For all intents and purposes here is an exact clone of the new guy George Soros and the USA is pushing to be the next prime minister in Greece.
Check it at 1:23 at far left. Irronicaly he is leading the coalition of the new far left.
Even it is of pure coincidense is indeed ominous.

Here is his early adoption as an ideal candidate from the US interests in one of his interviews on CNN C. Amanpoor.

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There is no such thing as far left and far right, they are both the same with the exception of what one will tell you as opposed to what the other will.

Zionists have both sides of the camp covered, the top echelon needs to be dismantled.

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tsipras will be the saviour of greece. he is not an extremist. the people who back austerity and never ending debt spiral, which has killed hundreds, are the extremists. the greeks should do what iceland did with its bankers and debt. default on the debt and jail the banking filth and their political stooges

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@The Big Puzzle,
It’s no puzzle. Tsipras is the solution to the puzzle, from the far left, natch.
Note the CIA skank Amanpour babbling about Grexit — no-one at CNN has a clue.
Soros will be having palpitations — but he’s more focused on pulling the puppet strings in Ukraine, God help ’em.
SYRIZA is the answer to the ECB, the EU — but Alexis is just as likely to have an accident. Pray for him.
SYRIZA platform for Greece, FYI —
http://www.countercurrents.org/syriza290512.htm

The Rift
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Well….if that’s what they call concealment, it’s a good thing for all. We can see that and all other CIA and IDF weapons without any brain.

the big puzzle
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brainless politicians is the best weapon at their arsenal.

Mohammad
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Good news. Hope they can retain their gains in Daraa city. Does any one know the number of forces of SAA and allies in southern front. Also How many are in front lines in East Ghouta front lines? I think liberation of East Ghouta means a hammer blow to the southern front once those soldiers are moved to south.

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The rats seem to know it well. That is why they fight so damn hard in East Ghouta: if they lose, the zombies in the south are not safe any more and Obama´s dream is over!

Boiler Room
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Mohammad, my messenger, there is still no such thing called “southern front” if we take aside the wet dreams of Zion and her muslim prostitutes. Go tell it on the mountain!

ziad
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err yeah no offence there mohamad but surely you must realise what your asking is confidential info and no one in there right minds if they knew will give it out

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Even a right-wing British publication like the Daily Telegraph (www.telegraph.co.uk) cannot ignore the truth. Their correspondent, Ruth Sherlock, reports on the situation in Kessab, north-west Latakia on 3 Jan 2015: “Beside the desecrated graveyard in the Syrian town of Kessab stood the Holy Trinity Armenian Evangelical church. Its library, pews and altar had all been burned by arsonists. “The perpetrators had shown both purpose and glee in their destruction of Christian sites in this ancient Armenian town. Statues were riddled with bullets and Islamist slogans were scrawled across the walls of homes and shops. “Turkey aided Islamist fighters’ in an… Read more »
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Shinaydeen, a rarity indeed, most of the right words mentioned on the article, implicating Turkey and Erdogan on this filthy crime. Hopefully smart people are reading in UK and taking the right conclusions then full pressure on Cameron, who is also responsible to this crime.tks for sharing it.

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There is an amazing disconnect occurring between the mainstream media and their readers in the West.

If you read British publications like the Guardian, you find that the editorial line is very anti-Assad and pro-interventionist (No Fly Zones and all that crap). But when you read the comments from their readers you find they overwhelmingly oppose western intervention and the goal of regime change.

Most people don’t know much about Assad or Syria but they do have a good idea that all the likely alternatives are worse.

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Public opinion is turning here in the UK, albeit slowly. Yes, the BBC and papers like the Guardian still spew the same lies and misinformation, however the public are becoming more aware of the actual situation and the fact that this Syrian ‘revolution’ was fake and engineered by the west with Saudi blood money right from the very beginning.

You are correct about the public comments section as well, I would say 85% are pro Syrian government and SAA now.

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Public opinion? What was the last time that mattered?

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Al Khateeb family of scoundrels added two more sacks of fertilizer for Syrian fields… glad to hear it! Blood makes the grass grow. What the hell is wrong with libyans…did they not study the green book as kids? Became rats anyway… a tragic people. You can’t fix stupid.

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The war has swung so hard towards SAA recently. Would be interested to hear rat death v SAA/NDF stats in 2014

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Sorry to be the one to publish a spoiler, but Patrick Cockburn has a new article in the Independent. he’s an old hand and should be listened to. the article is about ISIS and how the US “are underestimating them” – well, that’s one way to see it, About Assad and the SAA h writes “The government has always been short of combat troops, a weakness becoming more apparent as it calls up more reservists and diverts conscripts from entering the National Defence Force militia into the regular army. Government forces have made gains around Aleppo and Damascus, but they… Read more »
Victor
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”he’s an old hand and should be listened to”

Why?

JackFTrolls
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Oh, he’s not a direct propagandist, that’s all. He’s maybe a pessimist, and pessimists should certainly be listened to.

Anonymous
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“pessimists should certainly be listened to.”

Not really. Critical realists yes, but pessimists, no.

JackFTrolls
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And not to assholes like you, either

Victor
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Ah…………. I understand now why we should listen to him.

The man is an armchair general.

”A sign of this underlying weakness is the failure of government troops to launch an expected offensive to retake rebel held parts of Aleppo.”

Please disregard my previous condescending post. [sic]

the Thylacine
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Cockburn the Curmudgeon — should he be listened to?
Note that president Assad forbade SAA from artillery barrages in Aleppo, to preserve both the infrastructure and to save trapped citizens. That’s likely why it’s taking longer.
Pat Cock wouldn’t have a clue. The Indy and the Guardio always end up pronouncing Assad’s and Syria’s doom. I’ve been banned from Guardio, and had comments disappear. They censor to hide the truth, and to propagate their spin.
Guardio is run by the left wing of the British intelligence cabal. Indy is owned by some Tory extremist. Caveat Emptor.

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I agree, it’s alway better to take one’s time with house-to-house fighting. Also, if you train soldiers well that means you cannot simply recruit them and send them into battle.like ISIS does. Hey, I didn’t write the article and in case you didn’t read it, it’s more about IS in Iraq as IS in Syria, and about how the man thinks Obama may be seeing it. Not good to know that the half-way serious 5% sort of Western journos think, the ones who have been around since 1970 ? I’m not saying “neutral” – I’m not that euphoric. But how… Read more »
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@JackFTrolls,
True, even from the mouths of old Middle East hands (and even wobbly vets on veteranstoday) much can be learned. Robert Fisk, another suss Indy dude gets a lot of rides with SAA — and still toes his oligarch’s line.
MSM venues are all the same. Guardio has an Aussie branch. It’s all we got.
Still waiting for an Antipodean site with intellectual gravitas and effrontery.
SyrPer is the best.

JackFTrolls
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True, toeing the oligarch’s line is what they have to do in th e end, and this is exactly what makes reading between their lines an art form. Luck is needed, not everything they write is exactly substantial Syrper on the other hand offers too much about too little, if anything. I agree it’s still best about the Syrian front, and it’s a shame this must be more or less a one man effort – in the face of the importance of the Syrian situation. Then again, everybody seems to rely on one-man sources here, the entire MSM rely on… Read more »
Tariq Jabal
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Agree with you, reading the Guardio makes you realise how they keep people dumbed out, wrote a semi lengthy post explaining to the masses there how the Guardio reports on 23 puny US airstrikes against ISIS but refuses to mention any action taken by the SAA/SAAF… Needless to say I “enlightened” them a bit, (at least to those willing to listen)but I dare say it will be a bit of an uphill struggle. I`ve also noticed in some cases they will remove the story completely if they see the comments section moving away from their narrative (Read :Propaganda).

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A late reply, Tariq.
I commented on the ’23 airstrikes’ story, mentioning SAAF sorties — and was deleted. A day later I got mad and re-posted the same comment. It stayed.
So, the weak minds of the gatekeepers are on display, as Obi-Wan noted.
Or, as Ziad the mentat would appreciate, it’s time for some Bene Gesserit ‘Speech’.

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Indulge my literary allusions — ‘Voice’, not Speech — * * * * Courtesy Brian Herbert — ‘Through Voice, a subtle manipulation of vocal tones, a Bene Gesserit could manipulate individuals or large groups by triggering clue tones. Certain voice patterns trigger primal human responses, and the registered person could be controlled in any situation. Voice gives the ability to control others whether as individuals, masses, or cultures. The Bene Gesserit is taught to “read” and “register” a person in order to manipulate him by Voice. In “reading” one observes and identifies the clue tones which will control the other… Read more »
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Yeh yeh yeh, the government is short of troops. The government is short of cash. The government is short of supplies. The government wont last past 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014. Yeh, yeh Heard it all before. Not only from the Cockburns of this world but from presidents, secretary of states, foreign ministers, Prime ministers, 5 star generals and so on and on. See it read it and forget it. The facts on the ground are that this war is a few months short of a total victory by the Syrian people, the men and women of the Syrian Armed forces… Read more »
JackFTrolls
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That’s a fact and explains a lot. CIA doesn’t have to sponsor every journalist on the planet, many just trust the official spin. Folks don’t get born with the paranoia it takes to decide that THEIR AUTHORITIES might be lying to them, that THEIR GODS ARE DEAD. After all, their gods give them a feeling of safety, that’s`what gods are for. So, many editors simply believe in the good and bad, as most of the sheple do, and when in doubt they bend reality till it meets their expectations. Happens here, too, every day. Such boring. The human mind is… Read more »
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How much for SAAB…? LOL

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Laugh or cry? Looking through the sheeple news, I found these 2 classic examples of ‘REALITY’ seen through ‘western’ journalists’ eyes: 1) “A year ago, most Ukrainians didn’t want to join NATO. But now Russia is having to face a grim new reality. The people of the Ukraine (at least, the part not held by pro-Russian rebels) have now turned firmly in favor of joining NATO.” http://www.bostonglobe.com/news/world/2015/01/04/putin-russia-confront-new-unstable-reality/gZycZ8XHaUv0jDqq2kuWtM/story.html – So this guy is telling us “The people of the Ukraine WANT to join NATO!” 2) “Russia needs to take strong measures if it hopes to emerge out of the hole it… Read more »
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Ukraine/Khazaria is now basically a semi-dictatorship under the international money cabal. The prez, PM, deputy PM and most of the richest oligarchs in the country all belong to the same tribe.

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Saudi King on temporary ventilator for respiratory infection [MERS? – the result of drinking Camel piss!] http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/04/c_127354961.htm RIYADH, Jan. 2 (Xinhua) — Saudi Royal Court announced Friday that the Saudi King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud is on temporary ventilator for respiratory infection, Saudi Press Agency reported on Friday. Saudi Arabia announced on Wednesday that He was admitted to King Abdulaziz Medical City of National Guard in Riyadh to undergo some medical checkups. The Court in a statement highlighted that he was put into ventilator this evening and he is in a stable condition and wished his good health. Born… Read more »
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Car bomb kills 5 al-Qaida members in Syria’s Idlib http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/03/c_133894200.htm DAMASCUS, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) — At least five al-Qaida [terrorists] fighters were killed and 10 others wounded on Saturday when a booby-trapped car went off in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib, the pro-government Sham FM radio reported. The blast struck the municipal building of the town of Kafr Uwaid in the Jabal al-Zawyieh mountainous region in the countryside of Idlib, the report said. Initial information indicated that at least five [terrorists] fighters of the al-Qaida Nusra Front were killed. The report stopped short of details on the party responsible for… Read more »
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Intense clashes between Syrian troops, al-Qaida [terrorists] militants rage near Lebanese borders http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/03/c_133894181.htm DAMASCUS, Jan. 3 (Xinhua) — Intense clashes have been raging since Saturday morning between the Syrian troops backed by the Lebanese Hezbollah group and the al-Qaida Nusra Front near the Lebanese borders, activists reported. The violent clashes flared between the warring camps in the barren area of Falita in the western part of al-Qalamoun, a rugged region adjacent to the Lebanese borders between the central province of Homs and the capital Damascus, according to the MI-6 toilets cleaner. Meanwhile, the pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV denied reports that the… Read more »
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Woah, verry funny. Hohohohoho.

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When rats are trapped in a sack, they consume each other until only the most vicious one is left alive. This report from Reuters illustrates the point:

“Islamist fighters seized a suburb east of Damascus on Sunday after driving out a smaller rival insurgent group in deadly clashes.

“Fighters from the Army of Islam clashed with members of the Army of the Nation group in Douma. The fighting is seen as more of a turf war than a conflict over ideology.”

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Syrian troops battling to seize key rebel stronghold in east Damascus http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/03/c_127353721.htm DAMASCUS, Jan. 2 (Xinhua) — A Syrian lawmaker said on Friday that Syrian army has taken control of most parts of a tense eastern Damascus neighborhood, the pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV reported. Ammar al-Assad was cited by the TV as saying that many militants fled Jobar towards the nearby city of Douma, located in the sprawling eastern al-Ghouta suburb. Jobar, 2 km east of the ancient walled part of the capital Damascus in the Eastern al-Ghouta, has seen intense battles between the Syrian troops and rebel groups over the… Read more »
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Saudi Arabia arrests wanted “terrorist” http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/02/c_133892960.htm RIYADH, Jan. 2 (Xinhua) — The Saudi Interior Ministry announced on Friday that a Shiite Saudi national, who is on a list of 23 wanted “terrorists”, had been arrested for instigating unrest in the eastern part of the country. Montadhar Ali Saleh Alsbaiti, 23, was arrested on Thursday in the Shiite town of Al-Awamiya, where unrest has been surging since early 2011 following protests against discrimination and demand for democratic reforms in the Sunni-ruled kingdom. The Interior Ministry said no one was hurt during the man’s capture. It said the security authorities will not… Read more »
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“Here is his early adoption as an ideal candidate from the US interests in one of his interviews on CNN C. Amanpoor”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9Oi6vzI0HU

ha ha ha! What!!!

HOW could anybody conclude from that Cristian Amanpoor hit piece,

that Tsipras is anything but a principled opponent of the financial imperialists?

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France’s vote at UN to prevent Palestinians from joining ICC: diplomat http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/02/c_133892981.htm JERUSALEM, Jan. 2 (Xinhua) — A French diplomat said on Friday that his country voted for a Palestinian statehood bid in the United Nations in order to prevent the Palestinian Authority from joining the International Criminal Court (ICC). France’s ambassador to Israel Patrick Maisonnave made the comments at a meeting with Israeli Foreign Ministry officials after being summoned for clarification on his country’s move. France and Luxembourg were the two European countries which voted in favor of the Palestinian draft resolution on Tuesday night at the UN Security… Read more »
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From the Kuwaiti media: “Syrian Information Minister Omran Al-Zoubi announced Damascus has not accepted any pre-condition for a Russia-hosted consultative meeting with opposition, due to be held later this month. “Russia’s invitation is sound and clear and calls for a consultative meeting to prepare for other steps later that may include a Syrian/Syrian dialogue conference,” Al-Zoubi said. “Al-Zoubi affirmed that Syria’s approval of the Russian invitation to participate in the preliminary consultative meeting in Moscow with the aim of reaching an understanding on convening a conference for dialogue among Syrians without any foreign interference, comes in harmony with the national… Read more »
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Did I hear this report correctly; something about enacting new anti-terrorist rules: if you are caught sneaking in car bombs; you get set on fire right on the spot?!

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