PARTITIONING THE NEAR EAST? OVER OUR DEAD BODIES, OBAMA!

So much talk these days about the West concocting new plans to divvy up the Near East.  The term “Near East” suggests imperialism, as it should. After all, there is the near one, the middle one and the far one, all expressions made up by the English and French to describe their dominions in Asia.  The closest part is, of  course, Western Asia where you find Syria and Iraq.  There is a middle part, once called the Middle East to refer to Afghanistan all the way to East India, and, there is a far part, way over on the Pacific Ocean which is appropriately called the Far East.  Get it?  It’s all very neat, just like a Britons’s public life.  All discipline and protocol.  But, it’s also like a Briton’s private life in the way it unfolds – sado-masochism, cross-dressing, boy-buggery and a good episode with the oak switch to keep the young lads keen.

There are two reasons why the West is obsessed with partition:

1.  Dr. Bashar Al-Ja’afari said it several times in speeches – twice here in Michigan.  He minced no words.  Zionism needs new political states based on religious identity in order to justify the Zionist Entity’s existence as a Jewish State;

2.  The U.S. and its Arabian Wahhabist “allies” want to stop the gas pipeline through Iraq to Syria and break the Fatimid Crescent extending from its main beneficiary, Iran.

The first postulate justifies the Zionist insistence that their ghetto state which was built on the flesh and bones of the indigenous people of Southern Syria (Palestine) by foreigners from Eastern Europe be declared “Jewish”.  That their counterfeit nation is surrounded by other nations which identify themselves by religion confirms their bigoted philosophy.

The second postulate simply creates areas where Iran cannot expand, such as the central Iraqi desert bordering Syria – exactly the area through which the pipeline is to be built for transit to Syrian ports.  Such an area would be declared Sunni and, ergo, anti-Shi’I, anti-Iran. Or so the U.S. seems to think.

Joe Biden, America’s irrepressible and crackpottish veep sounded out his beliefs for a fractured Iraq back in 2012 when he wrote so much in an essay for the New York Times.  His premise was that Iraq cannot go on existing in a civil war based on rival ethnicities and religions; there must be a Kurd state in the north, a Sunni state at the center and a Shi’i state to the south.  It is doubtful Sunnis are going to be excited about such a dissection of their country seeing all the oil is found in the Kurd and the Shi’I areas leaving the Sunnis with the only profitable option: allow Iran to extend its gas pipeline through Sunni areas in order to tax the transit.  Gee, I wonder if the Neo-Con imbeciles thought about that?  If they hadn’t, they’d better.  Now, with such enlightenment, they can contrive to find measures to insure that the Sunnis in Iraq won’t fall into another Persian trap.  But, it won’t work.

Moreover, it would be nice to block Iran’s meddling in all affairs Levantine.  By creating a central Sunni state, Iran won’t be able to overfly Iraqi territory with Baghdad’s permission in order to supply its allies in Hizbollah and Syria.  With the Sunni state surrounded by Jordan, Turkey and Kurdistan, all Sunni nations, the Iranians will have to ship their aid to Lebanon and Syria by sea all of which can be interdicted by the U.S. and its allies.  That’s how the Neo-Con morons and their white Pentagon factotums think.  As always, American thinking is seriously flawed.

And even more so, ISIS has its own role to play in all this.  I have published articles by others exposing the plan to create a “Takfiri State” in eastern Syria, as though that would be a fall-back for the U.S. in the event the Iraqi Sunni state decided it liked collecting transit fees from Iran.  So clever, isn’t it?  Not really.

The American plan is indistinguishable from the British one.  Americans want you to believe that they have had a change of heart about Dr. Assad.  Oh, they’ll always grimace or wince whenever his name is mentioned as a reminder they have not lost contact with the basic principles they never really had, but, they also want you to suspect that they’ve come to the realization that Assad, as a secular leader, is better for the U.S. than the crazed, demonic mass murderers in ISIS or Al-Qaeda/Nusra.  That impression is crucial to softening the blow when you finally learn that the U.S. is committed to setting up a concatenation of failed states in the region to protect the Zionist Settler State and to insure dependency upon – guess who?

The Zionist regime in Occupied Palestine does not share the public American position.  Instead, it views the growth of Takfiri groups as the inevitable price to pay for having surrounding states defined by their religion, as we mentioned in the foregoing.  Add to that the belief that fighting irrational terrorists like those in Alqaeda or ISIS is better than facing a rational enemy who is planning to attack you with stealth, technology and organization.

While it would seem that the U.S. is fixated on Iranian expansion, the real fear is Russia profiting from Iran’s growth.  Nobody can doubt that Putin’s vision of Russia’s future involves a calculated emanation of power from Moscow, a “ten-times fingering” consumption of available assets all meant to feed Russia’s appetite for growth and facilitate its accumulation of power.  And all at the expense of American and European influence.

Tearing up the Near East creates an anarchic world in which Russia cannot function at will.  Syria and Iraq, the Palestinians included, are linked historically to Russia’s former incarnation as the Soviet Union.  There is a fear that it’s all too easy for these countries, Syria and Iraq, to fall back into old habits and dependencies.  By creating Sunni states of various degrees and geographies juxtaposed with the Shi’i-controlled nation states of Iraq, Syria (Alawi) and Lebanon (Hizbollah), the U.S. can preserve its ability to maneuver against what appears to be a Russian-Iranian juggernaut.

At a more microcosmic level, you have Qatar, a peninsula on a peninsula – a thumb sticking out into the Persian Gulf – a state slightly larger than the duchies around it controlled by an in-bred species of hyena notable for its immutable dress code.  Qatar knows it is facing extinction once the gas pipeline to Syria is finished.  Iran will be able to sell its gas much cheaper than what the Qataris could market by the use of ships.  The Qataris desperately want that pipeline for themselves and were devastated when Dr. Assad told them he was opting for the Iranian deal.  That drove the Qataris insane.  How could a Syrian Arab raised on the tenets of Arab nationalism prefer the Aryan state of Iran to the Semitic-language speaking state of Qatar?   And all the great plans we all had to build up the Syrian coast with hotels, resorts – the whole island of Arwaad to become a Qatari-financed Atlantis – thrown into the drink because of Syria’s obsession with that Zionist Entity.

What did Qatar do?  It opened up its coffers to anyone who would create the chaos we see today in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon.

The Saudis don’t care about gas.  It’s oil they care about.  It’s Shi’I Iran’s growth into areas the Saudis thought they should control forever.  It’s the fear the Iranians have already built a nuclear weapon which they can use to blackmail Sunni Arab countries – to dominate the Gulf under the influence of Russia. The Saudis never cared about the Shah – he was pro-American and, therefore, by force of logic, pro-Saudi.  His army policed the Gulf to keep it safe for Wahhabism.  To the Saudis, the Shah was a good apostate.

So what did the Saudis do?  Opened up their coffers and activated the thousands of clerics under their financial control worldwide to exhort every unemployed, disgruntled, depressed young Muslim man to go and fight the “holy” war in Syria for the promise of a good salary, good weapons and, in the even of martyrdom, a mansion in Paradise in which beautiful virginal angels relax in poses called odalisques, all anxiously awaiting the arriving hero of Islam. Yawn.

The Saudis are broke.  They are broke because they cannot finance foreign education for over 12,000 Saudi students who are waiting hopelessly for a chance to study abroad.  Saudi men have been informed that the kingdom is “under pressure” financially.  They won’t admit that the Saudi-initiated collapse in the price of oil is killing the economy.  They won’t tell their subjects that the wars they are financing in Lebanon, Syria and Iraq has cost the people over 20 billion dollars with no end in sight and no hope for any negotiated resolution – the Saudis won’t have any of it.  The Saudis have blocked every effort to bring the Syrian opposition together with the government to help end the carnage.  Why?

The Saudis have a personality which is typically Arabian.   They’re used to having their way because they used to be able to buy anything they wanted.  You can see that in the way the French are dealing with the Saudis. It’s all money.  Hollande needs Saudi money to prop up his disastrous fiscal policies and he’s doing everything possible short of dancing to the Saudi accordion.  This is what the Saudis have come to expect.  When Dr. Assad told them to go fly a kite, because he was benefiting from the Iranian Connection, they lost their minds.  The Saudi policy of frittering away the treasure of their country is directly linked to the mentality of apes incapable of making rational decisions.  They’re just stupid.  No other explanation suffices.

In order to oust Dr. Assad, to blunt the growth of Iran, to stymy Russia’s expansion;  all these parties, England, the U.S., France, the EU, NATO, their Arabian allies, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the U.A.E., some Sunni states which thrive only when thrown a bone like Jordan, connived, contrived, colluded and confederated to deracinate the one government in the Arab World which was defending Palestinian rights, Syrian rights, the right to resist oppression and occupation, the right to develop in freedom…..and so forth…..the one Arab country which enjoyed a 6% annual growth rate with an army that everybody should figure out by now was capable of locking horns with the legendary canard of the invincible Zionist military machine.

If Obama thinks he’s going to have a partitioned Near East, he can only have that over our dead bodies.  It appears he’s half way there.  But, the people of this region are becoming aware of this plan and the Americans might be surprised to find out that Syria, for one, which is ruled, not by Alawis, but by Sunnis, is not going to go along with the plan.  And the Iraqis might shock Washington by asking Americans to leave their country in order to link up with Moscow.  What will the Neo-Cons do next?  That episode is evolving.  Ziad A. Fadel

  


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Kurdish YPG: Syrian coalition acts as collaborator of Islamic State

http://ekurd.net/kurdish-ypg-syrian-coalition-acts-as-collaborator-of-islamic-state-2015-05-31

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John kerry just broke his leg.. muhahahaha

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and older son of Biden died on cancer….

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sejmon: That’s a shame. Beau was an honorable man, unlike his daddy. He was taking on the banksters with their perjured paperwork, and putting a bunch in jail, so I heard. Guys like that are very rare, and us actual Americans will miss him.

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Indeed a shame

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Arklight my friend, i don’t hate Kurds in general, many are good people, it is their leaders, the Kurds should have sided with Syria as a whole, in return they could ask Assad for autonomy for their loyalty which as a good man i am sure he would have granted them just that. But instead the rulers of the Kurds decided not to do what i said and took the opportunity to forcefully carve out their own state, everyone needs a country, but to stab one in the back and side with the demonic american government is NOT the way… Read more »
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agreed,,i do not wish such things on anyone nor take pleasure in hearing such news even if his dad might be no good,but at least biden did tell some truths about how there allies are supporting terrorists ,he also said iran was not anywhere near a bomb or building one during the campaign

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Erdal: Had he broken a bone just below the back of his skull, I’d race out and purchase a celebratory adult beverage but, as it is, maybe gangrene or sepsis will rid of us his ugly presence. Keep your fingers crossed.

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Chevi: You have your opinion of the Syrian Kurds, my opion is nearly exactly 180 deg.. Neither of us will ever convert the other, so let’s just drop it, okay?

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yep just heard that on the tv news,,that’s God’s work,,heard he had to cancel a few meetings lmao ,he will be out of commission for several months if its as bad as i think ,they may have a temp replacement for him though

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He is still better then crazy McCain…. He was also the guy that said that the US would eventually have to negotiate with Assad…. It is would be a catastrophy if we loose him.

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Nailed it Ziad, Thanks.

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As you’ve pointed out Ziad there are many imponderables out there especially regarding Russia and Iran

Personally for Syrian armed forces try and hold the line, it’s not always possible most of us understand that. Victory in some areas defeat in others shit happens.
it’s a War
hopefully Iran and Russia will step up to the plate The Iran. sanctions issue comes to a head on the 30th June Things may change thereafter in Syria’s favour

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I honestly can’t wait to see Yemeni’s in Riyadh slapping Saudi monkeys around.

That article was quite interesting. As usual, well done Ziad.

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*Correction, this article.

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They already are slapping the Saudis around. Took another base yesterday along with a whole load of vehicle and weaponry.

Additionally, there is a rapidly evolving uprising in eastern SA, The people there, mainly Shiite, have finally had enough of the Sauds and Wahhabism and proclaimed a desire to overthrow them “Tammarod”

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Ah, but will Iran or Russia help? The Russian strategy of playing for time makes a lot of sense, but there are times when you need to ride the tiger as the chance won’t arise again. Actually, one could make the case that Russia’s problem is the complications of oligarchical and gas/oil relationships. That may be one reason they haven’t helped Syria more; they don’t really want Europe to lessen its dependence on Russian gas. It isn’t the money, it is the fear of what we are seeing now: a war on Russia.

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Paul: Russia is sending shiploads of weapons, systems and platforms using naval transport, and is reported to be training Syrian techs in Russia. Russia may be playing for time, according to your thinking, but Putin knows that the more dependent Europe becomes upon Russia for any essential, the tighter Russia’s grip on political activity. Anti-Russian sanctions have already hurt the EU much worse than they have hurt Russia, and it’s not going to get better any time soon.The EU is cracking, NATO has no real capacity for war with Russia, and the US has nothing with which to stiffen NATO.… Read more »
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Someone else posted here something to the effect of, “people have been saying the US is over for 40 years.” It is akin to the comments of the Syrian government falling soon for the last 4 years. I believe predictions of US demise are not realistic. Nor do I think wishing for it is warranted. US are not the saints that the internal “expeceptionalists” think it is. They turned Iraq, Libya, and now Syria into living hell. And they are obsessed with stifling Russia for some reason. But in other ways they are also the most generous super power the… Read more »
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The Russian military industrial complex is alive and well, that is for sure.

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American of Syrian Descent Indeed, the US is not a bad country and it is filled with good people and we have to say that Obama is a geniuos of diplomacy. He managed not to take the US down the path of an unwinable war again. Never the less, the media over there has played against him all the time, for example, when they talk about the current situation as the resoult of inaction. This is the biggest lie. because it wasn’t the inaction of the US wich caused this, but it’s inderect action, through it’s allies in the middle… Read more »
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Z again you outdo yourself an excellent piece of work.! If one is following this Syrian mess closely,one can see the the 2 faced policy of the West and its minions. IMO.The US/UK protests ISIS,whom they inadvertently(right) created. And in secret help them WHILE TO THE WORLD THEY PROTEST THEIR EXISTENCE. Thus,since ISIS have expanded to far, they bomb them but not enough to hurt them badly but JUST enough to keep them in an area that are comfortable with–IE “GO NO FURTHER”. A two headed snake and you have to wonder if the US leadership has separate interests one… Read more »
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An independent “Kurdistan”, “Hasaka, all of Kurdish territories in Iraq, plus Kirkuk.” New bases are pretty much guaranteed there, while the huge oil reserves in Kurdistan will be used to supply EU, at the expense of Iran and Russia.

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That is pretty much rubbish. Remember, the biggest chunk of “Kurdish” territory is in Turkey. They somewhat support IS against the Kurds. A also big chunk of territory where Kurds are living is in Iran!!! They support: The Kurds in Iraq! And the Iraqi gouvernment against the savages of IS. Tadaa! The truth is that “the Kurds” are many separated groups and not one entity. And it would pay off to extend the bonding between Syrian gouvernment and the Kurds of the various! YPGs on the expense of Turkey. Even if that would include a semiautonomous zone in Syria linking… Read more »
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Nob, that was a very good analysis, have to say I concur 100% with what you shared. Thank you for that. To many folks are very emotional on this subject, I do understand since there are centuries of struggle between them all. But looking at facts and logic, what you are saying makes a lot of sense. There is nowadays, unfortunately, a large group of “pretending to be Kurds” or New wave of Kurds supporters created by nice stories on MSM that simply ignore the history behind the many Kurds factions and how actually the several Kurdist groups are made… Read more »
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Ziad,

What is it that Iran and Russia could or should do? Also, wasn’t it clear from the beginning that one major goal was to break the chain between Iran and Hezbollah? Was this not clear to many in Syria and neighboring countries?

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Sure, that was very clear from the beginning. I don’t get it why not more Syrians are fighting. Why Idlib and Palmyra were not better defended by a peoples army. There is no match against a peoples army. Unless of course the majority is against Assad.

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gamejoe: most of the Syrian guys who are fit and willing are already fighting, but there seem to be an awful lot ’em dying fershur when IS blows into town – – I don’t understand their thought processes – – can’t get my head around their outlook at all.

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It’s a long discussed problem here.
It shouldn’t be difficult for a normal Syrian guy to enter a bulding where he can join the armed forces or a popular defence committee. If he would.
But would he?
Or would he prefer a future of nihilism, jihadism, snackbar all-day-long, sharia, slavery of anybody who isn’t Sunni instead of a modern civilised Syria?

The problem we’re facing here it’s not merely military.

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Sad: I think they just hope they can skate, keep under everybody’s notice, and bang the wives of the fighting men who are away. When they get caught and shot or chopped by IS, I don’t feel sorry for them.

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That begs a few questions. Is the problem ideological? Why aren’t there more local militias? For that matter, why aren’t there more volunteer groups monitoring the roads or deserts to make it harder to be caught by surprise?

Actually, perhaps a higher question might be: Has Syrian intel been up for the job? They obviously didn’t do a good job of preventing the mess. Why not? Were they bought off? Were they only looking for those who secretly met Israeli operatives in, say, Cyprus, but ignored religious crazies? This makes no sense due to the earlier war with the Ikhwan.

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E’ la solita, vecchia, storia: dividi et impera! L’occidente è esperto di divisioni perchè con le divisioni (di territorio e di popolazione) aumenta la sua capacità di dominio!
L’articolo è una analisi molto lucida di quello che è la realtà attuale.

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Paul: Syrian MI has, I think, what it needs for internal security, but for parsing enemy positions, movements, and staging they have jack shit, as far as I can tell. Either they don’t have enough drones, they have the drones but they’re not being used – – something is severely out of what with their aerial recon capabilities. I rather suspect, given so many other command failures, that the drones are being withheld or tasked someplace where there is nothing for them to see anyway. There is a critical gap there, somehow. We can also infer, from the fact that… Read more »
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These globalistas still don’t get it. Western domination of the balance of the planet ended, forever, on December 7th, 1941, when IJN ‘Akagi’ launched her first aircraft against the US Pacific Fleet in Pearl Harbor. The US and its allies may have beat the Germans and the Japanese, but they lost the war. The British Empire has evaporated like a straw pile in a tornado, but parts of it can still be seen, like oat straws driven through an oaken plank. Meanwhile, the US was sitting tall and straight in the Shit Bird seat until Korea – – Douglas MacArthur… Read more »
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Unfortunately regarding Yemen, the NWO plan for that country now is to starve the people to death, or submission. Bombing a country with no worthwhile targets was never a war winning tactic. US Warships stopping aid reaching a starving population might be .Should we be surprised Not really. We did it to Iraq Iran Something else to ponder O-Bama has done an interview with an Arabic news outlet in which he has said Iran is now back on the list of terrorist countries, for what can only be supporting the Houthi, given that i think we can safely say the… Read more »
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See how you stoop to kiss the backside of this nusayri pig dog. This lover of assads murder gangs and godless torturers. No mention of the blood of the true Syrians spilled every day by the heartless criminals of the Syrian Alawite Army. Just yesterday nusayri dogs massacred 70 innocents with their devilish barrel bombs in an Aleppo market. Women and children slaughtered for fun by assads henchmen. But this is nothing and does not move the stone hearts of nusayris or their cheerleaders. Assad the evil, bashar the terrible, knows his day will soon come. He even plots with… Read more »
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We are the ones who support true freedom, woman rights and a modern society. You radical Jihadists extremists will be kicked back to your sponsors in Riadh and Tel Aviv.

Adebisi
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Women’s rights? Ha, what rights? The right to be raped by nusayri pimps? All the sisters of Syria support the noble resistance.

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Adebisi: The right to drive a car is a good place to start ..

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Yes the Syrian women wants to be raped by the animal thugs of your friends the jihadists , or to be sold in the slave markets of isis in Raqqa ,you moron filthy abomination .

Arklight
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Adebisi: Would you go over that again? The part about death, by wholesale, has been covered exhaustively, but the rest of your screed just flew off into irrational blather.

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You are obviously a big naive. You stupidly recite the lesson give Westerners and oil monarchies for idiots. For you if Bashar Al-Assad disappears Syria will becomes a real paradise. It’s stupid and childish. Assad has allowed all communities to live together. But you talk about “true son of Syria”. I assume you mean the “Sunni” is it not? For the Syrians who have the “wrong religion” Al-Nosra wants to submit and ISIS choice to kill them all. It is this “freedom” you want for Syria? You repeat the fairy tale for children that says Bashar Al-Assad has created ISIS.… Read more »
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You don’t fool us. We know the dog bashar works hand in hand with the ‘state’, that’s why they don’t fight each other. The nusayri hope the khawarjj will take over the whole revolution which will mean that the west coalition of evil will do the work for bashar and end the war. It will not work! Syria is a Muslim nation and power should be with the Muslims. They are the true sons of Syria not the nusayri freaks. The disbelievers will be allowed to stay in free Syria so long as they have not committed crimes against the… Read more »
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If as you claim everyone wants to live under your jihadists, how is that everyone tries to eave when you take over a town. Syrian cities under government control are still vibrant, whereas those under jihadist control are deserted.

Jihadists like you live for death, whereas the rest of us (Christian, Sunni, Kurd, Alawite, you name it) drink from the tree of hope and life.

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Syria is belonging to the Muslims. Get used to the idea. The people in the liberated areas rejoice every day they are free from the cruelty of the regime of torture they faced when the alawite perverts misruled the land.

The unbelievers, even the pagan nusayri can live with their lives, wealth and honor protected by the Muslims. The only ones who will suffer is those who oppressed the Muslims.

Syria is the blessed land of the Muslims!

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SHUT UP ADEBISI

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It is that kind of “us” that you represent in your comments that will need to leave this world. It is a sickness that the muslims have to overcome. “You” are an abnormal people that the real muslims have to clean out or the whole of muslims will die of that cancer. The majority of muslims fight you already.
“You” only know the freedom of the grave and you shall have it for the freedom of mankind.

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you ever notice that all of these arab countries that were created after ww2 , surrounding israel, always had strong men running them. assad family is the last of a dying breed. they were useful at one time to the jews. now they are expendable. with the breakup of syria, another one bites the dust.

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Abdul Wahab was a peadophile rapist sadistic bastard .That you follow his teachings is understandable Now go beat your wife up like the good little wahabbi piece of shit you are

Adebisi
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Adebisi

You have the mind of a pervert. You must be a nusayri.

Queen o bama
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iv’e never needed to rape a woman. Same can’t be said of you and your fucking cave men paeodophile child molesting murderers . What woman in their right mind would want a fucking ugly fat greasy piece of Wahabbi keyboard warrior shit like you sticking your tiny manhood in them

Adebisi
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Yes I see you have diseased mind. When Syria is free we will make sure sex pests and perverts like you are dealt with.

Queen o bama
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Yes I see you have diseased mind. When Syria is free we will make sure sex pests and perverts like you are dealt with.

No you wont. You will be sat behind your computer And i’d go 1 on 1 with most people including you, and those filthy, dirty, illiterate ,degenerate ignorant bearded lowlife rapists murdering bastards Wahabbis that you are so fond of .So you and your pig army can dream on

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That you think Syria is for muslims identifies you as someone living in the dark ages. You are not a true muslim, but simply an ignoramus. Syria is for Syrians, regardless of religion or ethnicity. You need to climb out of the medieval mindset. This is the 21st century. Your type of thinking is a plague upon mankind. As primitive, narrow and elitist as Zionism.

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Adebesi: Yes, he is a pervert!
OFF WITH HIS HEAD!

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You are an disgusting peace of shit,the arseholes from more than 80 country’s do nothing but terrorizing the Syrian people.
Dont talk about ”true Syrians”if you are against them.

Adebisi
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You are a hypocrite and a liar, just like the dog bashar! The alawite pigs are the ones with 80000 foreign Shia mercenaries killing and maiming women and children for money.

The revolution is undertaken by the Muslims of Syria and it is their blood, sweat and sacrifice that will bring victory. The Muslims have asked their brothers elsewhere to assist in taking down the tyrant bashar. Why should the alawite dogs rule over the Muslims? No longer!

Queen o bama
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Is it true that where you come from you marry girls at the age of 9 Beat your Women as a matter of routine
Why are you here Go fuck off to your brothers the rapist paedophile heroes of ISIS Al Nusra

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the assad family and relatives , were the ones making all the cash in syria. everybody else ate cake. oh sure they had some peace but don’t ever say anything negative about the most glorious leader for life and be overheard by a syrian secret policeman or you will be disappeared and never heard from again. oh syria was such a nice place to live under the assads. sure it was.

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Sure sure Anon, just search how Assad gave the government employees a 15-20% payrise before this BS started, free education, hospital, subsidised food, fuel etc. asshole.

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My family in Syria are just ordinary Syrians- no association to the government in charge. They had a good life before the conflict. Access to education, healthcare, housing, all services. This was not a peace corps needing country despite modest resources and being from the underdeveloped world As is typical in the Middle East, there is some element of corruption and heavy handedness in the government. Regardless, Bashar clearly made great strides to reform quite a bit. Was not quite Western freedoms, but night vs day compared to the father’s rule. And still heading in the right direction. This revolution… Read more »
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Why do dogs of Al-Qaeda and ISIS should they impose their law on the Arab people?

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Adebisi: yes, yes …
“OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!”

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This guy is always fun. I hope there are more barrel bombs for him. Since he is whining only about his kind of people that bombs must be really efficient.

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Yes I’m sure it’s a big laugh for you. You must be rocking with laughter when you hear about the latest massacre of women and children. Barrel bombs crack you up, huh? Well they murder our brothers and sisters every day you heartless swine.

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indiscriminate bombing of civilian areas makes no sense to me. this is not a good way to win friends in the syrian people .

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Adebisi: If you find Queen, and others, so insensitive and offensive, you’re more than welcome to pack yer trash and get the hell out.

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You deplore the death of civls during bombardments, but we all regret. What do you think of your friends bombardments on civilians favorable towns and villages with their legal government? Why your friends kill all Syrians who work in the administration of their country. Why do your friends kill civilians because they are chites or Christians? Do not try to present yourself as a humanist or a moralist. You are a supporter of murderers and you applaud all their murders. But you turn into sniveling woman to condemn the Syrian army. The Syrian army is not targeting civilians, but your… Read more »
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Oh. You are so right for once. But not because this bombs hit always only “women”, “children” and “civilians”. No. I happen to be bright and do not swallow that. Your kind is executing civilians, women, children or elders alike. Which obviously proofs that “you” do not care about that. And other things that decent people respect. Ergo every barrel bomb hits hard the likes of you. And I am willing to cheer on that. And the loudest I cheer if this bastards came from my home country. It makes you squirm, it’s good for us.

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The FSA is finished you fool everyday more sunni join the SAA .Sunni Shia Christian Alawite Druze all unite against your muslim brotherhood dream

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The name of the group matters not. It is evident that the Muslims are uniting to bring victory after victory against the murder gangs of the Syrian Alawite Army.

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Except in Hasaka and the Qualamoon where your jihadists are getting slaughtered.

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Adebisi: “Muslims are uniting..”
THEY ARE NOT UNITING TOO WELL AROUND ALEPPO AT THE MOMENT ARE THEY?
[LOL! .. ad infinitum]
Takfiri tosser

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are you sure about that?

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There are large numbers of Sunnis fighting against Sunni-extremists, that massacred huge numbers of Sunnis, both in Iraq and Syria. This conflict is not between Sunni vs. Shia; although those who want to promote the war say that. This conflict is Sunni and Shia vs. extremist-Sunni-sect of Wahhabism, whose poor, uneducated, and indoctrinated followers are being used as cannon fodder. Assad’s wife (and thus children) are Sunni, as are many in the senior positions of government and army. Assad gov. provided for Syrians (majority Sunnis) modern roads, hospitals, transportation, infrastructure, utilities, universities, education, healthcare, travel, economy, safety, security, stability. All… Read more »
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Adebesi: Yes! Death to Bashar the terrible, all Nusayri pig-dogs, Alawite pig-dogs, Hezbollah and all ‘western devils.’
OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!

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In my country, I know a few of Syrian Christians. The Syrian opposition say they are murderers and psychopaths

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John: The ‘Syrian opposition’ says a lot of things, like the US government, but few facts and less truth eminate from either.

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SYRIAN CHRISTIANS!!!
“OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!”

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What happaned with Yellow Man in Allepo?

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John: ????

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John: His head was cut off!!!

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The elite banking families in London and New York who want their new world order have only one option left, which is in fact not an option, and that is an all out total war against Russia and China.
Further on they have the chance to let integrate brics in the imf world banking system. But they never let not anglo americans in their satanic little group. And i also think that Poetin and Xi don’t want to join that little group. They just don’t trust them and rightfully so.

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The London and Paris bankers have invested billions in this war. The longer it lasts the more money they will lose. Keep the money sink going! To war! They want to make the Syrian people war tired! Do not fall for this trick! Make the bankers war tired. This war should last 80-100 years. The END GOAL is thermonuclear war for the whole human species! It will be the plague of our technology and time. They will lose London and Paris because of Sykes-Picot, killing more then 20 million Arabs in less then 100 years. https://youtu.be/w6oZuj3Hgb4 Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris,… Read more »
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Thucydides: Uh – – um – – yeah, well, whatever – –

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We are traying to save europe here, not turning it into Ashes….

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Iraq News: Iraqi Hezbollah is a heck of a lot smarter than the Iraqi government. Keep on doin’ what you’re doin’, Hez, you’re just fine as you are.

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Thucydides
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You can not make deals with the London & Paris bankers.
They will continue to conspire against you.
https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4
All wars are London banker wars

“A bad peace is even worse than war.”

– Tacitus

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Thucydides: Tacitus? You’re bringing out the heavy artillery, pal – – when you start quoting Ayn Rand, I’ll just throw in the towel.

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I had to laugh when I saw the ad at the top of the page – ISIS Toyota for sale -$678.00 181,439 km, Pearl

Iraqinews seems to like featuring beheading news and videos.

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I guess that’s follows the old news maxim – if it bleeds it leads.

The Toyota ad was at the top of the iraqinews site.

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Araqi army airforce raid kills American movie weenie. Good.

Link http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/isis-american-film-making-expert-killed-air-raid-western-anbar/

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From information clearing house . . . .”They have a new gimmick every year. They’re going to take one of their boys, black boys, and put him in the cabinet so he can walk around Washington with a cigar. Fire on one end and fool on the other end. And because his immediate personal problem will have been solved he will be the one to tell our people: ‘Look how much progress we’re making. I’m in Washington, D.C., I can have tea in the White House. I’m your spokesman, I’m your leader.’ While our people are still living in Harlem… Read more »
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Queen: Malcolm X had a clear view from on perspective, Martin King an equally clear view from another; A fair illustration that equal and opposite truths are no mutually exclusive.

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Ziad, I’m reading this one of your top three articles!! you certainly hit the nail square on its head. Interesting points or view from 2 of the declared US Republican presidential candidates. Rand Paul is pro-Iranian & George Patakai who just announced his candidacy this past Thursday or Friday is undoubtedly anti-Iranian. Here is a link where the US Defense Department is supporting Shia militia activity: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/pro-iran-militias-take-upper-hand-after-us-backed-forces-crumble-in-anbar/2015/05/30/22a3894a-03b8-11e5-93f4-f24d4af7f97d_story.html Strange days indeed & tough to figure out which way the US policy makers are leaning. With President Assad no longer being the Anti-Christ and the softer tone toward Iran in the mainstream… Read more »
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Llewellyn:
The US policy makers are listing heavily to which ever side they carry their wallets.

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I think that Syrian Goverment should recruit soldiers from Serbia and Cossacks from Russia. Why not. In Serbia people remember airstrike Nato.It seems to me that even members of the militia of the US folk gladly would help the Syrian army. They hate the American government.

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Serbia is run by pro-yankee vassals, I´ve read from (allegedly) Serb nationalists. For example, those volunteers who were fighting in Donbass were prosecuted, IIRC.

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A wonderful elucidation. Thanks Ziad.

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http://prostozmostu.net/swiat/szwecja-pomoze-dzihadystom
Translate to Polish. Sweden goverment helps Jihadist 🙁

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Ziad’s analyses are so good they should be collected in a book..

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Stein: How do we know they’re not?

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far as i know they aint yet 😛

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Excellent read Ziad. Completely correct and true. Keep up the good work my friend.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Ziad, hats off to you once more, this is a awesome summary for this conflict, this has to get viral, it is really educational to many folks.

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ISIS advanced today against Nusrats in north Aleppo .It looks like there heading for Aziz at the Turkish border .If they take it supply lines will be cut . Rat on rat gota love it .

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It seems to be their objective, they are seriously attempting to break the back of their previously rat friends this time, my guess is that ISIS is feeling Nusrats and all other rat group are weak in northern Aleppo with all the fight in Idlib, they are for sure being opportunitics right now, on the other side they need easy access to Turkey to trade oil, stolen treasuries, slaves etc…in exchange of weapons, Tall Abyad may be lost soon and the current border with Turkey in Aleppo is shared with the other rats, all too close to SAAF watch, so… Read more »
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Cantham: YPG/YPJ are reportedly advancing on Tal Abyad and intent to liberate it as soon as possible, within a few days. Note: Syrian women are joining YPJ, a welcome boost to the Fighting Ladies in the north. Go get ’em, gals!

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The map below illustrate well what I wrote yesterday on the importance of events in Tall Abyad and the possibility for ISIS to loose this critical supply line with the befriended of terrorist, Turkey Government. YPG took two more villages today from ISIS in the very NW of Hasaka, next village is in Raqqa from that side, from Kobane, it is getting real close, just 20 kms. https://mobile.twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/605045249321205760/photo/1 Keep in mind that ISIS offensive in northern Aleppo and Homs are connected to the potential loss of Tall Abyad and Hasaka, they need easy corridors with Turkey to be wide open… Read more »
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American ISIS Propagandist Ahmad Abousamra Reported Killed in Iraq Airstrike

http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2015/05/31/american-isis-propagandist-ahmad-abousamra-reported-killed-in-iraq-airstrike/

Syria army thwarts ISIL attack in Hasakah Province

http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/31/413716/Syria-ISIL-Hasakah-Takfiri-

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Syrpers, I am sure you will love to read this article, God willing it is true and they execute well their plan to throw under the bus the whole Saud family, Insha’Allah, Aleluia, 2015 will be a fun year to see KSA collapsing in its moral corruption.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940310000779

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Canthama: Okay, where are the Muslim Brotherhood and other rat factories in all this?

Canthama
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No money no game, MB has only came alive after Billions of US$ from Qatar and Turkey, and at some point from Egypt under Morsi. KSA supposedly does not support MB. For Al Nusra and ISIS, the big funding comes from KSA, Qatar and for some extent from rich families in most Gulf countries. Weapons come from Turkey, and of course directly from the US visa vis Mosul and Ramadi. My taken on is once the big money funders are cut, this war will get tougher for all the rats, until then may God Protect Syria. So the sooner the… Read more »
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ISIL establishes ‘ministry of antiquities’ to make sure looters pay tax on priceless artifacts

http://news.nationalpost.com/news/world/isil-establishes-ministry-of-antiquities-to-make-sure-looters-pay-tax-on-priceless-artifacts

“The bottom line is that it’s funding terrorism – and the deaths of Iraqi and Syrian people,” said Michael Danti, an archaeologist at Boston University who is advising the U.S. State Department on how to tackle the problem.

ISIL is believed to have developed a network of middlemen for the onward trade of the artefacts, providing one dealer with an armed escort for trips to the Turkish border.

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death to all infadels in oil
guide us o gene of light
lead us to a thousand and one knights
in the perfumed garden of delights

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Even taking the claims of rebels in Idlib at face value, the question remains what military purpose single barrel bombs – allegedly filled with chlorine – are supposed to achieve. Does the Syrian army get a military edge, a clear battlefield advantage, by dropping a couple of such bombs on isolated targets? The chlorine attacks – if they really occured – have killed very few people and among those even fewer rebel fighters, so why should the Syrian army use a weapon which is media-politically a great own goal and military totally useless?

http://radioyaran.com/2015/05/31/clear-indications-that-syria-is-not-using-chlorine-as-a-weapon/

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Ziad,
why does Syria not make (more) use of short or “mid range” rockets? I am talking of the sort of “Fateh” or any other rockets flying 30+ Km.
Often I hear the SyAF could not operate because of weather conditions. Fine, but if spotters and intelligence identify rat concentrations they could direct rocket attacks that go beyond the range of tank shells, MRLs or mortars.

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Syria is saving its best for the racist abomination called israel

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“Syria” should be worrying about saving itself.

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US Navy Reveals Details of Ship’s Interaction with Russian Jets The US Navy Sixth Fleet issued a statement which shed some light on Saturday’s incident in which, according to a Russian military source, Russian Su-24 jets warned the USS Ross destroyer away from Russian territorial waters http://sputnik news.com/russia/20150531/1022787983.html The US Navy Sixth Fleet issued a statement on interactions with Russian aircraft on Saturday, which partially disputes the account given by the source in the Russian military. On Saturday, a Russian military source told RIA Novosti that the USS Ross was trailing along the edge of the Russian maritime border in… Read more »
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Defense: 1.5 Times More Combat Training of Russian Armed Forces in Summer The intensity of combat training in the Russian Armed Forces will increase 1.5 times in the summer period as compared to the 2015 winter training, the Russian Defense Ministry informs http://sputnik news.com/military/20150601/1022789108.html MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Over 2,000 military exercises were held in Russia in the winter training period, which lasts from December until April, the ministry’s press service said, adding that the number of bilateral drills grew by almost 45 percent. “On June 1, 2015 the summer training period starts within the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.… Read more »
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Russian Inspectors to Fly Over United Kingdom Under Open Skies Treaty Russian inspectors will conduct an observation flight over the territory of the United Kingdom, including Northern Ireland, under the Treaty on Open Skies, acting head of the Defense Ministry’s National Nuclear Risk Reduction Center told journalists on Monday http://sputnik news.com/military/20150601/1022789358.html MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The flight will carried out on June 1-6, 2015, using the Russian Antonov An-30B aircraft, Ruslan Shishin said. The observation flight is being carried out in order to promote greater openness and transparency in the military activities of the participating states in the Treaty, as well… Read more »
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Excellent work, Ziad!

“By creating a central Sunni state, Iran won’t be able to overfly Iraqi territory with Baghdad’s permission in order to supply its allies in Hizbollah and Syria.”

One wonders how Iran ever supplied Syria and Lebanon before 2003, when Saddam still ran Iraq.

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US generals: Saudi intervention in Yemen ‘a bad idea’ A senior commander at Central Command (CENTCOM), speaking on condition of anonymity. “The reason the Saudis didn’t inform us of their plans,” he said, “is because they knew we would have told them exactly what we think — that it was a bad idea.” Military sources said that a number of regional special forces officers and officers at U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) argued strenuously against supporting the Saudi-led intervention because the target of the intervention, the Shia Houthi movement — which has taken over much of Yemen and which Riyadh… Read more »
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“We had a great opportunity to engage with the Houthis on this, but we gave in to the Saudis,”

Horton said, “and frankly, they cannot begin to manage this.

They have all the toys but few people who know how to effectively use them.

Their NCO and officer corps are largely untested, and their enlisted men are drawn from the lowest rungs of Saudi society. If they get bogged down in Yemen, I wonder about the loyalty of many of the soldiers and NCOs.

The Egyptians will not fare much better.”

😀 😀

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The nusayri pigs must be even more stupid than they look. The Muslims can see how the regime is plotting with the khawarij ‘state’ in Aleppo. The Muslims are not fooled.

The evidences are stacking up about the nusayri/khawarij alliance.

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Adebisi is Hebrew for: ASSWIPE INBRED TEL AVIV SHLOMO

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Adebisi: yes, yes..
“OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!”

Adebisi
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Regime dogs and the fake state are coordinating their vicious attacks on Marae right now. Clear proof of this devilish alliance. Women and children killed in the Assad air strikes and now his ground forces of Isis move in to burn and kill.

Yet the Muslims will fight on despite the evil they face! The liberated areas of Free Syria are growing every day. I hear very good news is imminent, just wait til you see which place is liberated next!

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mad dogs like u need euthanasia

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Adebesi: I also hear very good news is imminent. Place liberated next will be … RIYADH !!!!!!
Death to the Saudi apostates.
OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!

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Nobody understands what you are writing. There is simply no difference between you and the IS.

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Muslim Woman Denied Diet Coke on United Airlines Flight A Muslim woman said a United Airlines flight attendant denied her an unopened can of Diet Coke because she could have used it as a weapon. The incident has led to a boycott of the airline http://sputnik news.com/us/20150531/1022786926.html Tahera Ahmad, a chaplain at Chicago’s Northwestern University, says she asked for the unopened can of Diet Coke due to hygienic concerns. According to a Facebook post she made while on board, the attendant told her, “Well, I’m sorry. I just can’t give you an unopened can,… “We are unauthorized to give unopened… Read more »
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kick the can down the road…. unopened cause of hygiene ? she’s making up a prob

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How The United States Accidentily Supplied ISIS with 2,300 Humvees and Spare Parts Curious how and why the US is “boosting” US GDP by selling over $4 billion worth of weapons to Israel, Iran and Saudi Arabia, ostensibly to provide these countries with protection against ISIS (the same ISIS, incidentally, which a leaked document last week admitted had been effectively created by the US)? Simple: by first “losing” a billion dollars worth of Humvees so that, . . .drumroll, . .ISIS can be the best-armed “terrorist” force in the middle east, a force whose mere presence will demand billions in… Read more »
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‘Catch-22’ is a hummer, especially Milo Minderbinder the Mad Barry of quartermasters, who made money off of getting his comrades killed.
The Hummer is by contrast a total piece of shit. Remember how grunts in Somalia and Iraq were sending home pleas for armored doors? My country uses APCs.
Let’s hope the cretins of ISIS all jump into Hummers, and hasten their untidy distrbution across the landscape.

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the Thylacine,
Greetings to u. You sound like you read the book yesterday.

sjh

sam j. haim
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The doors are all armored on these 2,300 humvees that were stolen by ISIS.

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sam: Most of the equipment captured from IA by IS had been abandoned in country. It was contaminated with DU, impossible to clean, and could not be returned to the US.

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At an American university — I think it’s Princeton — they have a Department of Partition Studies. Such is the Zio-Amerikan obsession with carving up their victims. As Ziad points out so eloquently. How ironic that as a nation rooted in diversity, pluralism and founded by atheist Freemasons, they now promote their owners’ vicious Khazar theocratic apartheid tyranny, and favour every backward bigoted jihadi entity. * * * * * * Here’s ammo for bar arguments, on the fake ‘war on ISIL’ — http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/29/us-military-pilots-hands-tied-in-frustrating-fight-against-isil/ “The US-led airstrikes over Iraq during the first Persian Gulf War averaged 1,125 strike sorties per… Read more »
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Good news. The SAA is advancing in Deir Ezzor having taken most of the enemy stronghold of Al-Haweeqah. The SAA took full control of Al-Muriiyah yesterday.
More good news. As predicted, the SAAF is bombing the enemy supply routes in Idlib Governorate. They are concentrating their wrath on the roads linking Idlib City and Jisr al-Shoghour to the Turkish border.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

ziad
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and they been pounding al raqqa too

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Report: Netanyahu Promises Talmud Will Be Israeli Law Netanyahu tells Likud hareidi leader Hebrew calendar will be official calendar of state in new Basic Law, Jewish law basis of legal system. Some Teachings of the Jewish Talmud Where a Jew Should Do Evil Moed Kattan 17a: If a Jew is tempted to do evil he should go to a city where he is not known and do the evil there. Penalty for Disobeying Rabbis Erubin 21b. Whosoever disobeys the rabbis deserves death and will be punished by being boiled in hot excrement in hell. Hitting a Jew is the same… Read more »
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January 20, 2016 is the date set by a Florida Federal Judge to try a racketeering case against Bill and Hillary Clinton and their Clinton Foundation Which Took Foreign Bribes From Qatar and Saudi Arabia

Read more at http://investmentwatchblog.com/january-20-2016-is-the-date-set-by-a-florida-federal-judge-to-try-a-racketeering-case-against-bill-and-hillary-clinton-and-their-clinton-foundation/#AeRGsSBYWekeBHfe.99

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American of Syrian Descent,

Appreciate that info. I suppose the question I have is “What percentage of the public looked the other way?” In other words, didn’t support the rebellion/insurgency, but did not support the government. I can’t help but have the suspicion that a big problem has been too many on the fence.

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Senior Islamic State Members Flee Northern Syria With $11 Million

http://sputnik news.com/middleeast/20150529/1022696638.html

A treasurer and a judge, both members of the Islamic State, fled the city of al-Shadadi located in al-Hasakah Governorate in northern Syria after government forces pushed back militants from more than 100 villages in the province

The militants stole $10.85 million from the Islamic State treasury, citing local sources. Their whereabouts are unknown.

Government forces launched an offensive against IS militants in the northern Syrian province, which is reportedly gaining momentum.

[…]

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it’s very simple,the usrahell is not worried about terrorists like isis,they created them for two objectives,1)to demonize and give a bad name to the muslim world and put all those ME countries under one banner 2) to weaken and destroy progressive countries like lebanon,syria,iraq,iran for the benefit of israhell and ksa because what they fear most are united countries with secular and strong governments,,,later once those places and there governance are destroyed the usrahell will pretend that the problem has gotten so much out of control and they need to intervene to wipe out all the terrorists,of course they will… Read more »
ziad
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ziad

Ziad what do you have to say about this news of 70 civilians dead in Allepo from barrel bomb? and please don’t tell me you wont comment because the source is SOHRS..it’s being reported by many other outlets as well so I am wondering if there is any truth to it that they were civilians and if this was unintentional

http://news.yahoo.com/regime-barrel-bombs-kill-45-civilians-syrias-aleppo-091202407.html

Ivan Serbia
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Ivan Serbia

Ziad, I simply took this principle in reading news: ANYTHING from BBC, CNN, YAHOO, Reuters, Daily mail, Guardian etc I do not read because I know it is 50% or more % a lie. Try for your self, you will see it works!

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Yes, a lot of civilians are killed by barrel bombs daily. They are indiscriminate and Assad’s troops dont care because of the mentality ”these civilians could have escaped / they supported the rebels and stayed here”. Its no secret that barrel bombs are in use, they have been since day 1 and it’s painfully obvious only Assad has them so for him to deny them in interviews makes you wonder about other claims like CW etc. SOHR has a bad reputation, unfortunately, because he mixes in a lot of lies with the truth. But that the bbc and fox and… Read more »
ziad
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ziad
I would find it quite funny if it was not so sad that ppl give me or others thumbs down simply for asking questions that might be negative for our side (syrian gov and army) this is very childish specially from ppl who know where my support lies,,as for me i do not blindly follow and unconditionally support any one team ,for me to support something i have to be sure it is always doing the right thing and even though I love Assad and support him and the army they still have there faults and mistakes and perhaps even… Read more »
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