IDLIB’S TERRORISTS FEEDING ON EACH OTHER – RAT DEFENSES CRUMBLING; SYRIAN ARMY PLUGS MORE OF THE JORDANIAN BORDER

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IDLIB: There is no question any longer about supplies from Turkey.  As hard as Erdoghan is trying to facilitate the movement of terrorists into Syria and Iraq, he’s not succeeding as far as resupply is concerned.  With Hakan Fidan out of the picture on the intelligence side and in the picture as a potential candidate for Parliament, Erdoghan is left with a deputy head of MIT to run affairs.  It is not certain how zealous the new head of MIT is with regard to subverting relations with neighboring countries.  As of today, it seems the terrorists are more interested in stealing the weapons possessed by other groups than in fighting the vastly superior Syrian Arab Army.  If some of you are befuddled by the seeming lull in the fighting, be advised the army is now just watching the rats cannibalizing one another.  It’s beautiful.

 

Abu Dhuhoor Airbase:  They can’t get in. Nusra and Ahraar Al-Shaam have given it their all and they are spent.  Since February 18, 2015, there has been no action here.  Wael confirms no evidence they are regrouping or reforming to mount another assault.  The SAAF has been very active over this site when weather conditions permit.  The base is fully resupplied and reinforcements have been posted.

 

Umm Jareen:  Continued skirmishing.  The SAA’s strategy is to starve the enemy here and to insure no resupply.  Tanks are regularly used to provoke firing from the rat side to further cause attrition in both lives and materiel.  The rats are not long for this area.

 

Tal Salmu:  Same philosophy being used here.  With supply lines cut, more and more rats are surrendering leaving the die-hard foreigners to die.

 

Hallooz Village: This picturesque village overlooking the town of Jisr Al-Shughoor with its population of troglodytes, is my deceased mother-in-law’s ancestral village.  It contains streets reminiscent of the Bible, narrow and cobblestoned, with a church under which a water spring pours a delicious, clean and cool stream of water.  It’s no wonder Britain’s rodents have tried to settle here; after all, what do you have similar to this in Libya or Tunisia?  Most of the rodents from other countries come from impoverished backgrounds and find the atmosphere in Hallooz to be most refreshing.  Until yesterday when 14 were killed trying to return to the village.  Here are the only identified rats:

Milhim Nu’maan

Jaabir ‘Ali Salhaf

The rest were all clearly foreign, many having features typical of North Africans.  No survivors.

 

Duwwayr Al-Akraad:  9 hyenas were killed in a firefight here when the SAA invaded a nest pointed out by loyal citizens who have had enough of England’s rabid savages.  I have no names.

 

Ma’arrat Hurma:  Heavy fighting on February 24, 2015 with the SAA continuing to close all pathways out of the area.  It is a matter of time before the Syrian elements surrender, if allowed to, and the foreigners shall all go straight to Hell.

 

Similar strategies being applied in these areas: Qar’ Al-Ghazaal, Al-Hoota, Jabal Al-Akraad, Al-Shughur, ‘Ayn Al-Baarida, Al-Qatroon, Ma’arrat-Massreen.  

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DER’AH:

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Tal-‘Antar:  The Syrian Army has established complete control over this town effectively inserting more corks in bottlenecks used by the terrorists to infiltrate murdering savages and weapons into Syria from Jordan.  We hope King Abdullah enjoys the company of rats in his country – especially ones with their backs against the wall.

Kafr Naasij: In addition to the rat leader and field commander, Abu ‘Umar Al-Mukhtaar, whose descent into Hell we reported yesterday, these also were announced today on terrorist websites:

“Abu Al-Jarraah Al-Jurdhi” (Id pending.  He was Alqaeda’s Southern Front Canonical Judge. Hilarious.)

Muhammad Qateesh

Mahmoud Al-Ghawthaani

CITY: At the Bilaal Al-Habashi Mosque and the Camp Quarter, a cannon and a 23mm Doschka were seized and immediately transferred to our PDC for use in killing Wahhabists.

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Tal Al-Majda’:  This town sits on a major route for smuggling cannibals and their weapons out of Jordan. No more.  The SAA and PDC cleared it out and have established unchallenged control over it.

 

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

See this beautiful video showing the liberation of Al-Muree’iyya in Dayr El-Zor and Gen. Zhahreddeen congratulating his troops: (Thanks, GBCD)

http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/saa-in-deir-ezzor-killing-terrorists.html

Our buddy, Sam Haim, sends this wonderful and tart-tongued article exposing the emptiness of the U.S. plan in Syria and the specious arguments used to justify the mayhem only Obama can bring: (Thanks to Anonymous, also)

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-26/stage-set-syrian-invasion

Brandon weighs in on the Jihadi John scandal:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/02/jihadi-john-another-known-terrorist.html


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Luigino
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Sei forte Ziad …. 🙂

Anonymous
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Bashar Al Assad why do you throw cooking pots on your own people?

Anonymous
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He has spent all of his bombs on jordanian, turkish, checheni, dagestani and other bullshitani rats

Montaser
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bullshitani .. haha, I like it!

Anonymous
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If the west would be so kind as to supply the SAA with smart munitions, I’m sure they would forgo the more primitive ones.

ziad
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why waste good amo? primitive weps over the heads of primitive apes

Anonymous
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o’bummer should help out with some precision guided bombs; to help the democracy flourish.

Anonymous
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Hey Ziad,

Have you ever read this jewel?

https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/attach/124/124348_v63819_pdf.pdf

Nice work for an “seminary paper”, and proof that nothing changed since 2006 and even longer. And the best part: “Ben-Gurion University of the Negev” (?!?!?!?!). Just, wow!

Hannibal
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More recent news from Idlib: There have been recent recurrent attacks from nusrat afainst the two shia villages of Kefraya and Fouaa. Of course the defenders repelled the attackers who sustained many losses.

Mentat
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Ingenious SAA tactics in N. Aleppo: baiting the rebels with static tanks to deplete their ammo.

Anonymous
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I understand your frustration. That’s like putting your dick on the kitchen counter and daring someone to hit it with a meat tenderizer. Why in the world do they expose themselves like this without slat armor, or something else to deflect shaped-charge munitions?

Mentat
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Because SAA Generals are permitted to carry on lushing it up back at HQ no matter how many men or much materiel they waste?

Anonymous
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You still cheer leading your wahhabi heroes? Better question is where is the 100 billion spent by the masters in Arabia? That’s it? A phone video showing a tank shot ? That’s your freedom fighters? They couldn’t beat themselves out of a wet paper bag. How are they going to win any war? You all should drop on your knees and beg for forgiveness from the Syrian people.

teevee
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Huh? What happened?

Mentat
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It’s not cheering, but indicting the terrible incompetence of Dad’s Army leadership.

Can you explain such persistent negligence any other way?

And it’s not a one-off incident, as there must be >500 such videos racked up by now. Where are these geniuses going to get new tanks, never mind replacing the wasted crews?

teevee
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teevee

So now your position is the inefficiencies of the Syrian armed forces?
So tell me this who in this world is an efficient fighting force that doesn’t lose some hardware and soldiers?
Is it USA? Russia? Israel? Or maybe your grandmas army of Wahhabi takfiri of the pits of hell, that is Saudi Arabia if you didn’t get it?
Let me set your worried mind to rest. Right now the kill rate in Syria is 7 to 1 in favor of the forces of Right against the oily Wahhabi cannibals of the House of Darkness. I know you’ll sleep better tonite knowing that.

Mentat
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That’s always been my position.

If being a slow learner costs others their lives, then it’s time to seek a new job, or, if you don’t, be sacked. Though after four years of crash tuition, a firing squad seems more apt.

Anonymous
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Mental said:

”through Ziad’s Rosé-tainted beer-goggles.

Getting an accurate grasp of the situation involves more than relying on one low-grade propagandist.”

You seem to spend an inordinate amount of time here?

Anonymous
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After over 4 years of endless money, intelligence, weapons, training, tactical assistance, sanctions, media and political clout from the most powerful nations, and wide opened borders and assistance to the rats from 3 neighboring nations, rats now hold less territory and less sway than ever before. Your comments illustrates the reality; you only got bullshitting left. Sad terrorist-lover.

Mentat
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Mentat

Who ‘wide opened’ the borders by sub-contracting their control to Al Qaeda?

Explain how that could happen if the military intelligence / leadership was in any way competent?

Anonymous
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Mental said,

”It’s not cheering, but indicting the terrible incompetence of Dad’s Army leadership”

They seem to be doing ok from what I am seeing.

Mentat
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Doing OK? That can only be because you are seeing exclusively through Ziad’s Rosé-tainted beer-goggles.

Getting an accurate grasp of the situation involves more than relying on one low-grade propagandist.

gamejoe
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Your friends will be soon join allah akbar. LOL

hblinken
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hblinken

But before they join their ugly brides, here is a sample what they can expect
*** wARNING: it is brutal ***

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=9ba_1424479540

Anonymous
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Damn! His future doesn’t look bright. Why wasn’t he invoking the snackbar shield?

Anonymous
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hblinken: REMFs hard at work? If they’re so tough, why ain’t they in the line?

Mentat
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These incompetent fucking monkeys are a microcosm of all that ails Dad’s Army … even after years of practice, they still cannot organise themselves to torture a prisoner effectively.

Piteous!

Canthama
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And the SAA continues to approach the regiment 46 in Idlib now under Nusrats, it seems we will see major fights in Idlib by summer. Ziad, tks for the up date.

Kjel
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Hey,

It seems Tal Brak and Tal Hamees have fallen. So you were right yesterday. I see that the YPG has them while news outlets say the SAA captured villages to. You have any idea who controls Tal Brak? Might be an itch in the SAA/NDF/YPG cooperation if the SAA terrain near Qamilvilly (sorry for spelling) is cut by YPG.

Also some breakthrough in the south with important mountains captured by SAA/Hezbollah/NDF. Strong for a front who looked stalemated.

Kjel

Canthama
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The southern Qamishili front has many operations at the same time, YPG is driving hard and confirmed it took Tall Hamis and Tall Brak, the two largest city (mostly inhabited by Arabs, not Kurds, and it should tell how it will be managed down the road). The YPG advanced from the Iraqi border toward Tall Hamis and advanced from NW Hasaka toward Tall Brak. The SAA, NDF and Christian militias advanced north-south toward both towns and South of Tall Brak northwards from the SAA base near Hasaka. All this does not mean there were coordinated attacks, but certainly the SAA… Read more »
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Again what you refuse to acknowledge which is by far more important than all of these phoney ‘victories’ by the YPG’, is that these same separatists are backed by the Yanki air force in their ‘battles’ against ISIS. How any Syrian patriot can call these ‘victories’ in light of the clear Yanki involvement is beyond me.

Jacques de France
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Dear Ziad, Please find below the report written by French lawmaker Jacques Myard, just back from Damascus where he met President Assad with 3 other colleagues, and his reactions to some French mainstream media: http://www.les4verites.com/islam/jacques-myard-de-retour-de-damas http://www.egaliteetreconciliation.fr/Reactions-de-Jacques-Myard-a-son-retour-de-Syrie-31367.html Here is a report by French public TV during the trip of the lawmakers (no need to insist on how much biased are French journalists): http://www.francetvinfo.fr/monde/revolte-en-syrie/video-a-damas-avec-les-parlementaires-francais-qui-ont-rencontre-al-assad_834497.html It’s all in French but I am sure you’ll understand it pretty well and be much interested in the information brought by Myard who is one of the few French lawmakers supporting since a long time a political… Read more »
Thierry the French
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Je souscris entièrement.
Une grande partie des français ne sont pas dupes et ont honte de leur gouvernement actuel et précédent (tous les deux atlantistes, hypocrites et cyniques).

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Please translate what is happeni g

Thierry the French
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I m just agree with jacques.

many french are not stupid and ashamed of the lies of their government and their media.

Anonymous
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Well; ladi-da.

Shinaydeen
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Merci, Jacques – that is a very interesting report from Jacques Myard. How influential is he? Are there many members of the French parliament who share his views? What about French public opinion?

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@Shinaydeen: Jacques Myard is a conservative gaullist representative, belonging to Sarkozy’s party but very critical about Sarkozy’s policy. The French politicians are very discrete when they want to oppose the official position of the government: only negative reactions were publicly expressed by French politicians. Anyway, the other lawmakers who were with Myard in Syria are a socialist (like Hollande), a centrist and another member of Sarkozy’s party. Myard said many fellow lawmakers supported his initiative in private. Here is a new interview of Myard: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=440104169472878 Regarding the French public opinion, you have to understand that it’s very versatile because of… Read more »
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Also, Thierry, do you have any idea which is the Arab muslim country (’emblematique’) referred to in the report which is about to restore diplomatic relations with Damascus? If the answer is Eqypt, it would be hugely important.

Shinaydeen
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Sorry, those questions were directed at Jacques who posted the Myard report, not Thierry.

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Fuck the arabs.The only arab country that could have made a defferance is basket case sorry ass failed state shit hole cemetery dwelling no hope mother fucking traitor $1.5 billion dick sucking country known as e g y p t.No need for the jarab arabs.

Thierry the French
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Thierry the French

Tunisia.

Italia
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Wonderul news Zaid, Keep it going SAA keep the momentum, look at this , and look at the picture and the text below , it is written: Residents look for survivors amid debris of collapsed buildings after what activists said were air strikes by forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad in Marj Al Sultan, in the eastern Damascus suburb of Ghouta Februar0.

Ant then you see 3 terrorist with weapons, they call them residents, what a shame, they dont even try to hide there propaganda anymore

http://www.reuters.com/article/2015/02/28/us-mideast-crisis-syria-south-idUSKBN0LW0J920150228?feedType=RSS&feedName=worldNews

God Bless Syria

Saladin
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The mainstream corporate media in the west is utterly shameless. it is a wonder that people believe anything, but the majority are still very naïve and gullible. it is frustrating waiting for more people to wake up from their slumber, but it is happening.

gbcd
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Hannibal
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Unfortunately, the Kurds cannot be trusted. They are opportunists and can easily swing to the US camp. I think Assad, should make a deal with them, offering them autonomy, in return for them allying themselves with the syrian gov. The big menace in the region are not the kurds, but Turkey and Saudi Arabia. Will the kurds accept such deal with syria ? I do not know, but it is a golden opportunity for them if they resist turkish and US pressures.

gbcd
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You are right but it’s a big IF

Anonymous
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Very bad idea. You do not offer foreign invaders and occupiers who are armed “autonomy”. It would be akin to offering the Israelis “autonomy” in the Golan Heights. This suggestion is utter nonsense. Syria should offer the Kurds a one way ticket over the Zagros mountains to return to their homeland, Iran. They can share a train ride with the Turkmen who get sent back to Central Asia and the Chechens on their way to Russia. Sadly, Assad is likely to do it because he would rather buy the loyalty of anyone who will fight for him, even if they… Read more »
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tough call anon, really tough. The comparison of Israelis to Kurds though is a little unfair, the Israelis are an invading occupying force however the Kurdish people are indigenous that have as long a history as anyone else. I think they deserve a certain amount of self rule. They have their own language, customs and traditions, you cannot deny that to them and be fair. What if the shoe was on other foot?

Jason
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The Iranians and Israelis both had/have intelligences bases in Iraqi Kurdistan, there has always been coordination between the two to fragment Arab countries as well as Turkey. The Shah shut these bases down and was soon after removed. As for the Syrian Kurds they are being manipulated by foreign powers in order to Balkanize the country, now they are taking over Arab towns in Raqqa and Hasakah under Yanki air cover.

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The kurds in my opinion are using this war as an excuse to create their own country, Arklight might not like what i say about them, but i would not trust them, they are helped by the west and that in it’s self is worrying.

Lucas
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Iraq releases photo of us helicopter shot down delivering weapons to ISIS. Fars news agency

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Lucas
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Thanks, I am unable to post links for some reason

gbcd
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Hello Mr. Ziad, Greetings to u. BREAKING NEWS**************Britain and France Say “Total War” Against Assad (Part II) 3rd confirmation that Aloosh will get to call in air support from B1-B Bombers and British Tornados ” [Dr. and President] Assad cannot be part of Syria’s future!” Britain’s Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and his French counterpart, Laurent Fabius, said Syrian President Bashar al-Assad must not be part of any future government or participate in the US-led alliance against Islamic State. http://rt.com/uk/236215-hammond-assad-syrias-future/ Mr. Ziad, doesn’t Syria’s MI have jamming capabilities to use against Aloosh et al? Why are the groups allowed to communicate… Read more »
Anonymous
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Relax Sam,

Britain’s foreign secretary Philip Hammond, need not concern himself with Syria while Russian bombers are flying over his country! 😀 😀

former arab now human
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and why do these honkies get to tell the syrians who can govern them .

Anonymous
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They ”think” they do.

sam j. haim
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U.S. Goverment is Attempting to Shut Down Syrianperspective.com: In case you missed it, the Internet and World Wide Web are now considered a utility under Title II of the Communication Act. The long-range implications of such are beyond mind boggling. This opens the door to licensure requirements for websites, decency regulation, fairness doctrine applications and worse. http://www.activistpost.com/2015/02/how-government-and-media-are-lying.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+ActivistPost+%28Activist+Post%29 Mr. Ziad, you know already I have a background as a bulldog persona propria sui juris. I have a suggestion for you to legally get around the Title II requirements. If interested, just respond here and tomorrow I will post on your next… Read more »
Mentat
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Ziad is busy with his own sui juris BS and has delegated me to deal with this heap … now spit it out, mfkr, cos I don’t got all day.

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Hello Ziad, pleased to hear that the SAA/NDF are keeping up the pressure.Quiet news days are always the best – those are the times when rat casualties steadily accumulate, when they use up their food, fuel and ammunition and when their territory shrinks relentlessly. If they take to bumping each other off ,so much the better!

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There Isis an interesting article in The Guardian by Jonathan Freedland seeking to understand the psychopathology of people like ‘Jihadi John’, the Kuwaiti-Londoner who delights in beheading people on video and the British schoolgirls who recently absconded to Isis via Turkey. His conclusion is: “We cannot change the psychology of teenage girls or scientists seeking certainty, just as we will never abolish charismatic preachers. But we can make our own societies look stronger and more confident, assured in their diversity and democracy. “In the process, we have to expose the violent jihadism of Isis for what it is: ugly, frightened… Read more »
Mentat
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Let’s first seek to understand the psychopathology of Freedland, before lapping up his latest propaganda gall.

Canthama
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Newest map from Quneytra, the SAA and Hizbollah have consolidated gains from the last two weeks, now the front seems very strong on Kafr Nasij and Kfar Shams, recent news indicate have fights on both and strong gains for the SAA, we may see those two towns liberated soon. With Kafr Nasij totally surrounded, the SAA shall press the Front on Al Mal and Aqrabath, aiming to take a the northern gate for Tall Harra but also to help surround Kfar Shams. The map does not show a close up but fights are on going in Simin and Zimrin, those… Read more »
ziad
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holly shit ,the other day the map showed alot of areas taken over by isis south of qamishly from tall brak to tall hamis and some fighting in jazah now the map shows only kurdish forces all over lol

and take a look at the audacity of these zionist vampires,,is syria gonna keep pleading to useless UN over this or are they gonna take action????

teevee
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One step at a time. Don’t you think? I mean 2 years ago Damascus was about to fall. That might feel like a long time ago but 1000’s were killed to save Syria, and a lot more work is still to be done.

ziad
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i am sure this is just a slap and insult to injury trying to provoke syria to respond militarly

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The UN General Assembly affirms the right of Arab countries and people whose territories were occupied by Israel to recover their lands.

WHY DONT WE JUST MARCH IN BACK ON OUR LAND IN THE GOLAN?!?!?!?!?!?!!

Syrian born and bred
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As Abe Lincoln said during the Civil War when asked if the US should attack England, “One War at a Time..”

Hannibal
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Good advances in the southern front. The ease with which the progress happened make me wonder for the reason that the advance did not occur earlier.
Anyway, I am not one to complain. Hope Hizbullah and the SAA, take full advantage of the progress momentum. Also looks like Israel has weighed its options and has not decided to interfere at the present time. Nasrallah’s warnings are working. I am sure Israel still supplies the rats with intelligence and and logistical support, but without Isreli firepower on their sides, the rats are doomed.

Saladin
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Israel is getting very nervous about SAA and Hezbollah advances in the south, cornering and driving out the rats. I’d wager they will test the waters with a bombing or missile salvo in southern Syria (as they’ve done six times in the past 18 months) at some point in the near future, but most likely wait till after the elections March 17. They are concerned about Hezbollah’s response, but they will nevertheless want to see what happens. Their attack dog mentality will not allow them to remain passive for long. The Zionists want war; their whole mentality is built on… Read more »
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The situation now is different than it was in the past, whem Israel was attavking the SAA with impunity. After the Quneitra assassination of an iranian general and hizbullah officers, and after hizbullah response and warning of retaliation for israeli attacks, any israli attack in syria now risks provoking a wider conflict. Will the israelis risk it or not, is the big question.

Saladin
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I agree with you Hannibal. I believe they will risk it. It is the zionist character and ideology to attack. Ultimately, they want a wider conflict, although in the end it will be their undoing.

Anonymous
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That advance is not only about the nations you mentioned… It is much larger than that. You may be right, and if so, they only have one party that will sacrifice for them; ‘muricans.

Hannibal
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In response to the article written for the Fabiouls and his boyfriend Hammond ( I did not waste any time reading it, but read the headlines), these two jerks seem to be unaware that colonial times are long gone. Only syrian people decide on who leads syria now and later. These two jerks better concern themselves with their own countries, were even the french and british has no respect for the opinions of these two.The fact that their article was published in a saudi magaine, shows that the article was mainly meant to raise the moral of their puppets. On… Read more »
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Well said Hannibal I totally agree, Yemen can have huge implications for Syria. But the PGCC specially the Saudi house of Horrors are most assuredly on the defensive.
Even if Yemen is divided that should be another major loss for the oily Wahhabi kingdom of death. No matter what,, they’re retreating on all fronts. BTW Iran and Yemen signed an aviation agreement today scheduling 14 flights per week between Iran and Sana, you know what that means. The Houthis will have means to defend them selves.

Jason
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MB sympathizing Iranian regime denounces Egypt: http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/02/28/399644/Iran-Israel-the-terrorist-one-not-Hamas ‘Amir-Abdollahian further said, “The Muslim Brotherhood is part of the existent reality in Egypt.” I wonder if this donkey would have the nerve to say that the MB is part of the reality of Syria. This is the true face of the ‘Islamic’ regime in Iran which pretends to support ‘resistance’ yet in reality it only wishes to further its own agenda at the expense of its so called allies. As for Hamas it has never been a ‘resistance’ organization and after Syria was foolish enough to let the group reside in the… Read more »
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SHALOM, and

HAPPY PURIM

to you little jason!

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Good cop, bad cop tactics by o’bummer and bibbster are too obvious. As if they are in-fighting?! Yeah right! Nothing but a show to try and deceive Iran into some deal. As if o’bummer;s priority is 5+1 succeeding, while Bibby’s priority is to prevent it at all costs. Funny. Really. Along the way, they have Turkoglu huffing and puffing; nothing more but lip service and a little bit of a show meant to entice Tehran to cooperate, as w.h really has nothing to offer to it, and because it needs alliances now, more than ever before. It is growing more… Read more »
Jason
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Just go to Press TV and RT and look at all the idiotic comments from posters and commentators alike who have swallowed the lie that Obomba is a dove surrounded by hawks, and that deals should be done with Obomba to ‘save’ him from the hawks. The only thing that changed with Obomba’s presidency was the tactics, instead of using American forces in front. they were used from behind, while the private armies of imperialism (ISIS & the like) lead the way backed by the petrodollar and trained by NATO advisers.

Anonymous
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What petrodollar?!

Mentat
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To prove him wrong, you’d have to remove the MB reality from Egypt. But how: the Sisi method?

teevee
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Wow your mental prowess and analytic brilliance is becoming legendary. So let me get this right. While Syria is being viciously attacked from every border by the most vicious terrorist army, financed by the oily sheiks and armed by NATO. Syria should abandon their relationship with Russia because Putin is a bad man. Then Syria should break it off with Iran because some guy said that MB belonged in Egypt. Then Syria needs to find friends that will supply it with arms, UN support, Oil and gas. Military expertise, the most successful fighting force in recent Arabian history(Hezbollah) to fight… Read more »
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”Please use your superior intellect to good use and enlighten us”.

before he can enlighten us, he will need what superior intellect he hasn’t expended on finishing his potty training.

Anonymous
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Here’s a video of Syrian Druze activist in the Golan who followed and observed a meeting between the Israeli terrorist army and the takfiri terrorists. He was arrested for giving this video to Syrian media
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pW3-ZRJ74zE

This looks pretty important, can anyone translate what he says?

Jason
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‘Syria should abandon their relationship with Russia because Putin is a bad man’ Putin is a traitor and a saboteur, his actions in Ukraine and Syria are sufficient proof of this, not to mention his support for Yanki led sanctions on Iran. ‘Then Syria should break it off with Iran because some guy said that MB belonged in Egypt’ LOL. ‘Some guy’! This ‘guy’ is the Iranian minister for Arab and African affairs, his views reflect the position of the ruling regime in Iran. Tell me how can Iran’s so called ‘all out support for Syria’ be anything other than… Read more »
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‘Syria should abandon their relationship with Russia because Putin is a bad man’ I should probably explain myself more clearly on this point because even though Putin is a ‘bad man’ this doesn’t mean that the principle of good relations with Russia should be abandoned. The situation in Syria is having an affect on Russia, and this effect is further exposing the fifth column of pro Western stooges in the country. Russia is waking up to the imminent threats that surround it which is making these stooges jittery and thinking of ways to either flee the country or bring it… Read more »
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GA Zyuganov the murder Nemtsov: For large fires need sacred victim Interfax – The Russian Communist Party leader Gennady Zyuganov called the murder of an opposition politician Boris Nemtsov provocation and offers State Duma Speaker Sergei Naryshkin urgently discuss with politicians at all levels of the evolving situation in the country. Based on materials Interfax 28/02/2015 11:22 “There are forces that are interested to aggravate the situation as much as possible. It is urgent to investigate what happened. This is a provocation, for large fires need sacred sacrifices and so, with provocation, started many of the world’s misery,” – said… Read more »
Anonymous
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Who is in desperado mode; running across the world starting wars; subverting regimes, supplying arms and intel to extremists?! Who killed Kennedy?

Jason! You m-m-make me un-happy...
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Jason… You make my eyes hurt,Your posts are always so painful to read!… Nemtsov & The End Of The British Empire The assassination of Russian opposition leader and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov yesterday as he crossed a bridge near the Kremlin will surely be well-utilized by Western lapdog media in their ongoing effort to slander Vladimir Putin and Russia. But any thinking person will know that this professional killing was not carried out by Putin, who has vowed a thorough investigation of the incident. It was likely another in a series of desperate moves by the British MI6,… Read more »
Mehdi Biswas
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Gosh my ass is sore…

Anonymous
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Which translated means………. somebody’s dick is also sore.

Poústi̱s Bear
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Q: What did one sperm say to another?

A: “How do we find an egg in all of this shit?”

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Takfiri Photo-Bomb
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Dead Takfiri Skunks Sneak Into Selfie…

SAA Selfie with Dead JN Militants + Bonus before/after JN Leader

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=901_1425138457#QKxybJeoALEJbcp2.99

Tin Foil Uber Scarab...It's the Aliens!!!
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Off Topic But Interesting? My point; The material world seems to be an illusion perhaps… FORMER BEATLE RINGO STARR CLAIMS THE “REAL” PAUL MCCARTNEY DIED IN 1966 AND WAS REPLACED BY LOOK-ALIKE The former drummer of the Beatles, Ringo Starr, surprised the world this morning during an interview in his luxurious Californian residence, when he admitted that the 45-year old rumors about the alleged death of Paul McCartney in 1966 were actually true. In an exclusive interview with the Hollywood Inquirer, Mr. Starr explained that the “real” Paul McCartney had died in a car crash on November 9 1966, after… Read more »
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Whats going on in Aleppo. Was there no further offensive? Is the terrorists supply route blocked?

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How low must the US State Department get to understand the Empire of Chaos is going downhill, and not all printed fiat money will save them from their one way ticket to hell ?

See the quick video below from Anissa Naouai, RT US, that humiliate John Kerry, priceless, happy Sunday you all.

Canthama
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Nice battle footage from the southern front. Note at min 1:45 what appears a T72 has some cool extra protection at the turret and around it.

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Aleppo no further offensive , the terrorist supply route is open , terrorist full of ATGM , Many people out of Syria waiting the advance of SAA ( republican guard ) in this front but……. this is the war , is not easy , Many people do not understand some tactics of the SAA in the Aleppo front . ¡¡¡¡ Put out the tanks of Jobar and close the gap betwen Baskhoy and Al Zaarha as son as posible ¡¡¡¡ if you dont do this before summer remenber this….. you will lost the war . who tops not just losing… Read more »
Jacques de France
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Dear Ziad, Thanks for your comment. I agree with you: Hollande (who is a young leader of the French American Foundation (1996) like Juppé (1981) and many others in French media, politics, corporate; you can easily find the list on the net) will go on obeying Obama like a dog his master. Jacques Myard had very strong words against Fabius, the French government and even opposition members who criticized his trip to Damascus. He is now quite influential inside the right wing of his party but maybe not able to change the general position of its leadership which is controlled… Read more »
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