TERRORISTS MASSACRED TRYING TO ATTACK SAA POSITIONS IN KHAAN AL-SHAYKH; DER’AH’S TERRORISTS DYING IN THE HUNDREDS

الجيش السوري

DAMASCUS: 

 

Khaan Al-Shaykh:  They just can’t get it right.  A multi-pronged attack on SAA outposts in the farm area of Khaan Al-Shaykh was foiled decisively by the SAA.  Dead Syrian rodents here were name as follows:

Mustafaa Iskandar ‘Amr

Sulaymaan Muhammad Al-Hamdaan

Muhammad ‘Ali Zhareef

Faarooq ‘Abdul-Ghafoor Siqlaawi

‘Aarif Hassan Abu-Jawdat

Sultaan Al-Shaykh Hassan Shammaam

Ahmad Zayn ‘Abdul-Waaliy Zaydaan

Another 21 were not identified and deemed foreigners.

 

الجيش يحبط هجوماً إرهابي على نقاط عسكرية في خان الشيح والحسينية بريف دمشق

Al-Husayniyya Farms:  A pickup truck escorting a 3-van convoy of Nusra rats was demolished by SAA and militia.  Here are the only Syrians among the group of vermin:

Muhammad Dimashqi

Jalaal Khattaar Hussayn Al-Sallaal

Bilaal Saadiq Al-Ma’saraani

The other 16 were wounded and killed.  No other details available.

 

Sa’sa’:  Nusra was caught in a crossfire here as the SAA opened up its rockets and tore the rodents into shreds.  According to the earliest assessments, 10 rats were killed with scores wounded.  The SAAF did not permit the remaining vermin to merely leave for Zionist quack hospitals.  One bomber reported struck a van carrying wounded, screaming nutrias and turned it into a mini-inferno.  No names.

 

Salaaja Summit:  The second highest summit next to Jabal Mousaa has fallen to the SAA and HZB as of last night.  Complete control as the 2 allies consolidate their gains killing remnant rodents all the way to ‘Arsaal.

 

Doumaa:  The Syrian Army has confirmed killing 11 rodents all of whom come from Saudi Scarabia, UAE, Jordanteezia and Tunisia.  No names available, yet.

 

Harastaa:  Raids by the SAA destroyed 3 nests of Nusra and Ahraar Al-Shaam rodents.  No other details.

 

Fighting reported here:  Jawbar, ‘Ayn Turma, ‘Irbeen.

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DER’AH:  As I’ve written so many times, the Southern Front has come a cropper for the joint American-French-British-Zionist-Jordanian-Saudi-Qatari Operations Room in Amman, Jordan.  News is filtering out of Jordan indicating a popular disaffection for what the Dwarf King is doing in serving the interests of the hated English.  Erdoghan is also beginning to show signs of stress in his leadership.  Let’s wait and watch.

 

City:  2 Nusra rodents were shot and wounded 2 days ago by the SAA.  The 2 are:

Ahmad Saleem Al-‘Ulwa (DIED IN JORDAN AT THE HANDS OF JORDANTEEZIAN QUACKS)

Muhammad Sameer Al-Mansoor (ALSO CROAKED THANKS TO JORDANTEEZIAN SHAMANS)

 

Tal Al-Maal:  SAA brought the house down here on the slinking lizards of Alqaeda:

Talaal Shihaabeddeen

Ghaalib Al-Ramlaawi

Another 7 were deemed foreign, mostly Jordanteezians.

 

Terrorist websites have confirmed the deaths of these in JORDANTEEZIAN HOSPITALS:

‘Arafaat Al-Qudayri (leader of Liwaa` Shuhadaa` Al-Yarmouk)

Abu-Al-Fidaa` (Nusra sniper)

Ra`faat Rajaa Mahmoud Al-Saari Abaazeed (I thought the Abazeed clan had been rendered extinct on the male side)

 

Al-Masamiyya:  Scores of rats killed here with no details.  All Monzer wrote was that a large pack was bombed precisely by SAA artillery.

 

Al-Ghizlaaniyya Farms:  A vehicle was destroyed as it transported an Al-Qaeda leader.  No other details.

 

East Al-Karak:  A confirmed death of a Saudi Arabian child molester here.  No names.

 

Dozens of Takfiri Terrorists Killed in Army Operations in Dara'a Province

Kafr Shams:  Ahraar Al-Shaam were defeated here. I have no details about this recent battle.

 

Fighting all over these areas:  Al-Lijaat, West Al-Ghaariyya, Jaasim, Al-Hiraak, Jaasim, Naahita, East Al-Karak

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QUNAYTRAl:

Heavy fighting reported all over Tal-Mas-hara and Al-Samdaaniyya.

 


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jo6pacjo6pac
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Thanks for the update and truth. The lame stream press is still lying.

Anonymous
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Reports indicate that 400 civilians have been murdered by isil in city of Palmyra, on charges of being loyal to Syria, and “disobedience of isil”. It was likely Daesh collaborators/spies who have been living in Palmyra all along, among the civilian population, who ended p pointing out these victims to the gangs. Syria must announce the end for the amnesty program; it is being utilized as a great rear-door to insert trained and experienced militants within population centers, who then pass info or simply wait to strike. It is a pretty obvious probability. It would be interesting to know how… Read more »
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That is why the population has to get armed. Turkey shooting. From everywhere those beards will get pumped with lead. They don’t even dear to invade a city, believe me

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After Al-Mabujah, and now Sukhnah and Palmyra, it may appear that certain SAA senior officers are not competent enough to carry on this complex job. Officer incompetence may only add to already significant fear and morale handicap!

Syrians should think seriously about promoting Zahreddine to be the head man of the Deir Ez Zur – Khanaser – Al- Salamiyah – Palmyra region! Even Sunni tribes, that had been targeted brutally by Daesh, gained confidence in his leadership to offer their help.

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CIA tactics, bribing people.
Does not work well.
Most get eventually finished off by the same CIA hired thugs.
The London bankers do not share power.
Everyone is an “useful idiot” to them and expandable.
Also Americans.

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Yes, mercy is a matter of a goodish
godly oafishness, many times alas.
So,
before they get to lick the sugar stick,
it must be attested they are worth to it.
Let’s say digging,
my favored hard labor rehabilitation therapy for psychotic rodents.

javito
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True. The amnesty program it’s very dangerus.

Juanito perez
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Interesting, but It’s a bad idea. Giving them a chance to surrender and reunite is what makes the diference between islamists and the Syrian state. The diference between the dead and the living, is that these can still do good, even after doeing a lot of evil. Giving them a chance to do good, is a wisse decision. Not only in the interests of common humanity, but in the interest of those who want future and not only war. If a DAESH terrorist regrets his doeings, we must give them a chance to do good again, because it is the… Read more »
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Juanito, Syrian people are fighting a, existential war for survival; protecting themselves, their children, culture, and country, and that is the GREATEST difference between them and alkeyida-terrorists. Syrians define themselves as Sunni & Shia Muslims, Christians, and other creeds; both men and women.Terrorists are an extremist-Sunni, sect mostly made up up foreigners, who endorse genocide of minorities and absolute enslavement of women. For you to indicate that Syrians should at all be concerned with differentiating themselves from terrorist-gangs who are endangering their existence shows how little you know about the conflict and how people perceive it. Once the Amnesty end… Read more »
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I disagree, mainly because I see you as the material manifestation (fenomenon) of an inferior being. Your ridiculouse remarks about the syrian society being composed by diferent religions, shows just how new you are arround here. For veterans like me, that have been posting here under rain and thunder, day and night, summer and winter, for 3 long miserable years, your comment doesn’t feels much different then that fart i just released from it’s prison, not totalñy free yet, since it is stuck under my ledt but chick… Usually I would suggest the incineration of all sunnies, but today I… Read more »
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^ Whether you consider yourself superior and/or a veteran of posting silly comments, it has no bearing on the issue at hand, and it does not provide any legitimacy to shallow opinions.

Amnesty was good and effective for the first year or so; however, the militants have adapted and made it work to their advantage. I am sure that there are genuine cases who do well after they get pardoned, but there must be the other kind, too.

Quite a few very unlikely battle outcomes as of late…

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That meassure wasn’t incorporated since the begging, it was only stablished after 2013 or in the mids. At the begging there was an atempt to do exactly that wich you propose, wich is scaring them through the use of massive state coercive power. Wich obviously didn’t work out, because people got pissed off, because they got the fact, painted on their face, that they weren’t giving any option (eather submision or death). It is not a good idea, because of that fundament. Poeple need to be given the chance to decide between things (at least two). If you only carry… Read more »
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You are sick yet you mean you even stay here for long 3 years and missed the point of being a veteran keyboard commando on this site. it is clearly you are a christian who hate Islam as a package(whole), you are Islamophobea and your hearth is full of hatred. you believed in Jesus but forget about human being. no wonder you love how crusader does and killing people are just fine because you don’t like them, because you are simply a christian and don’t care who they are, or as long they are Muslim and it’s okey with you?… Read more »
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Good update. Thanks Ziad

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What has Iran been doing in Iraq, since Daesh was able to take Ramadi with such ease. There is now talk of western troops invading Iraq again. It appears that Iranians are being fooled. Within a couple of years, an independent Kurdistan will be supplying all of EU with oil and gas, while Iran and Iraq will be left out.

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Looks like the FSA in the South is still going strong despite this news.

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@Josh Ficklestein Yawn, ‘strong’? They can’t even taken control of daraa nor Quneitra. Last year they said they were commencing their operations to break the siege of East Goutha. They haven’t made any gains recently, not that they are capable, anything they capture is because Nusrat is leading the charge. ‘Strong’ you say? ‘Strong’??????

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Looks like the FSA is still strong in the south despite Ziad’s news.

gimli
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You think so where is this so called summer offensive to March on Damascus that was banded around a while this never happened lol.

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Trust me, FSa is the lowest of low scum among scum. Like a wimpy street dog, lashed and kicked, and left starving and wandering about, while other dogs get close to try to chew the bone at the meat market (Nusrat, IS)

Flanders
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Maybe fight next time instead of running away? Hmmm. And plenty of civilians were left behind, obviously, no real evacuation plan.

300 captured soldiers as well, it seems. At least 20 on those pictures.

ISIS slaughters 400 mostly women and children in ancient Syria city of Palmyra where hundreds of bodies line the street

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3094956/ISIS-slaughters-400-women-children-ancient-Syria-city-Palmyra-hundreds-bodies-line-street.html

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Why you selected Flanders name anon 0 ?

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Generals can not care about civilians, heritage sites, soldiers, to much. Generals need to win the war. For every child, woman, man that dies in Syria, a 100 will die in Paris and London. That will be the real horror of this war. This war in Syria, is not over, when it is over. For years, decades, the people will think it IS OVER, but it is NOT. Revenge is a dish served cold. The British and the French are in mortal troubles now. Not because I say so. Because it is. Hiroshima, Nagasaki, London, Paris, ? “Think, too, of… Read more »
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You quote Daily Mail? lol,…pure nonsense…they must have quoted some alkayida “activist” on twitter.

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Not Flanders!
Hey-didley-ho Anonorino!

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Not a single of the numerous “rebel” victories in the South has been reversed:
Bosra al Sham, Sheikh Mishkin, Nawa, Inkhil, Dael, Tal al Harrah and major parts of Deraa city in “rebel” hands. All border crossings to Jordan and Golan in “rebel” hands.

Until now nobody knows what the “Big surprise” is supposed to be and what it has achieved so far.

With all due respect for Ziad, I think he is the only source claiming and insisting that the “southern front” has been a disaster for “rebels”.

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The news down south is that ISIS took over a few towns in the SW and fighting for control with others rats over the south.

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“I don’t think there is anything particularly wrong about hitting a woman. An open-handed slap is justified if all other alternatives fail and there has been plenty of warning. If a woman is a bitch, or hysterical, or bloody-minded continually, then I’d do it.”

-Sean Connery-.

Nagasaky, hiroshima, london…. why would the london bankers bomb their own city….? I’m a retard haven’t you realized it?

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Everyone knows I do not use blue links.
Fail!

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Radio, believe you are being biased, your are only emphasizing rats’ gains and not taking account Syria’ gains in this area. 1) first and most important, after a sequence of losses in Daraa and Quneytra in 2014, Syria blocked the main advance toward Damascus. 2) in Jan and Feb, Syria managed to get back the control of at least a dozen villages in the Dayr Markir/Deir Al Adas campaign, when it got stucked in Kfar Sham and Kafr Nasij. 3) most recently Syria has managed to liberate and create a buffer zone in Al Lajat in Deraa Sweida. I understand… Read more »
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Canthama, I am definitely “baised”. Biased in my support which goes 100% to SAA and allies. Still, this does not mean that I have to praise their action, decisions, achievements and performance when there is currently little to praise. With the exception of Qalamoun I dont see real progress. Comparing the current status with 2012 and claiming it was worse back then is misleading. Facts have changed to the disadvantage of the SAA: the rebels have increased in man power while the SAA can hardly compensate the losses. Rebels are much better armed while SAA has lost a major portion… Read more »
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@’Radio’ No lad, Canthama is right, you r pretty biased in your ‘analysis’. You always seem to focus on setbacks while not acknowledging Syria’s gains. There is also excess criticism of Syrias forces, which, if as bad as u make them out to be, woulda been defeated long ago. Brit correspondent R.Fisk, who’s always been hostile to Syrias government, has been to Syria and been in contact with the sryian army and his impression as reported in the not so independent has been positive of the army and its officers. As for your link in support of syrian air forces… Read more »
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Radioyaran (Radio Tel Aviv)
You say: “With all due respect for Ziad…” LOL!!
YOU no longer show any respect for Ziad or for us.
..and we have none for YOU any more.
We know you.
The ‘Big surprise’ for us will be when your crappy web site gets HALF as many hits as Syper… or when you freely admit your real purpose here.

le׳hitra׳ot!

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True Radioyaran, it’s always the same problem with Ziad …. Too bad.
Keep your eyes and mind open to discovering the truth. The frightened child will cling to the lies that will reassure him.
This will not change reality.

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Unfortunately yes.
Comparing the current status with 2012 and claiming it was worse than is misleading. Facts have changed to the disadvantage of the SAA: the rebels have increased in man power while the SAA can hardly compensate the losses. Rebels are much better armed while SAA has lost a major portion of its airforce and heavy armour. The army and allies can fight for years and secure many places but at one stage they will only be the strongest militia.

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Radioyaran:
I looked on your website and on the MSN and I can’t see evidence of the SAAF losing “a major portion of its airforce..”
Links/references please?
In the meantime, the SAAF continues to smash the rat hordes.

Like your litter-mate Freiheit just said: “The frightened child will cling to the lies that will reassure him… This will not change reality.”

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Radiofaggot, you bring nothing new to the table. Everyone with a passing interest in Syria knows that NATO’s terrorists panicked that Hezbollah was advancing in Daraa. Their response was to let loose the dogs of war on the ancient city of Palmayra and in Idlib. Hezbollah forces were recalled to secure the Qalamoun once and for all. This battlefield is going extremely well. Make no mistake, after Qalamoun they will return to areas of Lattakia, Idlib, Homs, Aleppo and Daraa. This war is far from over.

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Now in english – I already posted it in french: Qaryatayn is SAA controlled, but that doesn’t stop them from “visiting” the town to pick up a priest. Forget about “taking back” Palmyra (except if a large Hezbollah force joins), how about stopping ISIS who are now advancing fast towards the west are are getting damn close to Hama and Homs city. Syrian Priest Reportedly Kidnapped as ISIS Moves Beyond Palmyra http://www.aleteia.org/en/religion/article/syrian-priest-reportedly-kidnapped-as-isis-moves-beyond-palmyra-5786896500260864 Over the years, Father Mourad has worked to restore Mar Elyan (St. Julian) Monastery, just north of Qaryatayn, a large town in the middle of the Syrian desert,… Read more »
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Flanders – Level 0 and now in English!
WOW! How very clever to post in French, Neddy. You are clearly far superior to the more humble posters like me. I am so impressed (yawn)
Anyway, all I can say is: “Taire flandre ! Salut voisinarino, ho Didley!”

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We can no longer rule out ‘boots on the ground’. [in Syria]
Lord Dannatt

http://www.channel4.com/news/islamic-state-isis-ancient-city-palmyra-syria-deaths

“We have now reached a point when we must think the previously unthinkable and consider that British troops, acting as part of an international coalition, may be required to mount a ground campaign in Iraq and Syria.

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Flanders, you know better that this will never happen, the West is broken beyond fixing, nobody will finance any ground adventure, besides their army is already there, ISIS, Syrian traitors and Al Qaeda.

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The boots on the ground, hundreds of ‘advisors’ are already in Syria; the Kurdish region. They are leading the fight there. Or did you really believe a bunch of old women with AK47s drove back ISIS? Or the YPG, who was defeated in no time around Kobane suddenly became a true fighting force? The number of US troops in Iraq has already increased with an extra 2.000 last year. First 200, then an extra 2000 which they officialy call “advisors”. No, they are not going to send an infantry army, but, a weaker Syria might see the “Coalition” Air Force… Read more »
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I have no prove there is Western military iactive in Syria.

In Hasaka, the NDF, SAA, YPG and Assyrians fight together there and no other military organization is there. That is for sure.

In Kobane, it could be that some western special forces are helping YPG, if that is the case then they are doing a poor job since the front there is reaching some stalemate.

There will be no bombing of SAA without a all out war in the region, period. There will be no no fly zone Syria, it wont pass UNSC, period.

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Kurds in Hasakah ack that some of their troops received training in Germany and Italy to handle anti tank missiles. This is the 21 century, “coalition” can perfectly guide and control the batllefield ( combined with small spec ops from time to time) sitting in some underground shelter in Iowa or Florida. They know a lot better what is happening in Syria then the SAA High Command. Doubt it all you want, it is a reality. No proof of military action in Syria? They killed some jihadi clown in Deir Ez Zor with a small spec ops commando just a… Read more »
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Germany does NOT train Kurds from Hasaka. They train only Kurds from Iraq which must be officially part of the Iraq Army.

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Canthama: If ‘western’ forces are ‘helping’ YPG, then YPG is doomed. The Special Operation Forces in Remade were ‘advised’ by Americans, who told the Iraqi SOF commanders when to bug out before the American trained and let ISIL forces hit – – Baghdad even sent helicopters to bring out politicians and solders who were encircled by ISIL Everything the Americans touch turns to shit, sorry to say. YPG should sweat any western military they have in their AO, wring ’em dry, then shoot the bastards. Just my opinion, of course.

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Hey Arklight, good to see you around, we miss your comments and expertise here. Hope you doing OK.

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This is the same old story that Turkish will only help to defeat ISIS if NATO accepts and implement a no fly zone in Syria to support Turkish terrorists, nothing new, the article says the Turkey says that US seems to be ok with it now….well now Erdogan’s party seemed to be losing the majority in the next June 7 election, his is getting weak in Turkey and he maybe trying all possible cards to create a possibility for total power in Turkey, a war may be his way if thinking to preserve his sole power. There won’t be a… Read more »
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When you say Western “boots are on the ground in the Kurdish region, do you mean helping or hurting ISIS?

Flanders
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Both. Those who created ISIS do not want to see ISIS vanish, just wanna keep them under control. Create chaos to control all…

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Flanders: Don’t fret about the US needing to ‘terminate’ the SAAF. Just leave it to the Nusrats/Isis. According to your litter-mate Radioyaran, they have already lost “a major portion of their air force.”
Within a month?
I shall re-send your arrogant and ill-informed jihadi boast back to you in 6 weeks, so you can eat your own words.
Je l’espère vous étouffer sur elle.

“Taire Flandre ! Salut voisinarino, ho Didley!

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Ozskeptic, you finally found the courage to use your own nick again huh, Simpsons fan? You are not only a mental midget, you are also a coward, but, an amusing one. Keep it up. I humiliated you so profoundly last year that you directly announced you were leaving. I enjoyed humiliating a little teacher like you. Of course, you had to sneak back in, like a little girl to start your “Psyops”, or at least you think it is that. Some advice, my dear old friend, stick to impressing children. —– If the Nusrats/FSA need a final push, and the… Read more »
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the West is broken beyond fixing, nobody will finance any ground adventure

The Rothschild have financed all the adventures of Britain for a long time. My forecast is that until 28 May it will be turbulent times.

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some retired ex general who hate a clue lol

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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/may/24/syria-iran-isis-battle-arab-world?CMP=share_btn_tw “And the reason for that was that I could now get nearly all the weapons I wanted,” he told the Observer. “For the first time they were not holding anything from us – except anti-aircraft missiles. The Turks and their friends wanted this over with.” In early March, senior regional figures had been summoned to Riyadh by the newly crowned King Salman to hear his plans for the region. The Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was one of the first to arrive. Qatari officials and Gulf Co-operation Council leaders soon followed. His message was threefold: first, there was to… Read more »
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Shut up Flanders!

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this troll is a Mr. Burns wannabe TICK [Talmudic International Crime Kabal, blood-suck parasite that kills its host]

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Any news about an effort to liberate Palmyra?

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Syrian military sources speak of troops massing outside of Palmyra in anticipation of liberating the city.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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I remember Raqqa. The troops of the Syrian army had gathered to retake the city. Unfortunately we are still waiting, and I will never understand how the Syrian warplanes have let ISIS quietly building their “Capital” freely for years. For Idleb we are still waiting the offensive of the SAA. Meanwhile rats encircle dernièrent positions ASA to Idleb. For Tadmor some still tell the same story. After the “successful retirement” of soldiers and civilians, we are told soon recovery of the city. Meanwhile ISIS continues its massacres. A Latakia which is the stronghold of the Alawites, Salma is still in… Read more »
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Hey flandre little jewboy how many are you paid with your jihadi lover radio telaviv,for every Words? 20 30 100 shekel by word.haha fukin hasbara looser gay jihadi.

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I’m afraid that the overthrow of Assad and the dismantling of the Syrian government and the dismemberment of Syria as we know it today is inevitable. Notwithstanding SAA and Hizb heroics, there are too many rich and powerful forces backing ISIS, FSA and al-Qaeda. The SAA can kill a hundred of these animals a day and another 200 will replace them. The world has an endless supply of these savages and infinite resources available to them courtesy of all the countries we know who are backing them. Moreover, neither the Russians nor the Iranians have the ability or desire to… Read more »
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Blowback is real. The situation certainly wasn’t supposed to be like this by 2015, and there are signs that Saudi and others are beginning to panic. The longer this drags on and the Syrian leadership remains intact, the others will become weaker as Syria emerges. Yemen is what desperation looks like, and that will have an effect too.

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Watcher, you are so very right about that, the desperation is clear due to Syria’s resistance and the no official boots on the ground from Iran in Syria. The coalition of the killing was and is desperate to get Iran in a war in the ME so it allows the US,UK,France, KSA,Jordan,Turkey,Qatar and Israel to bomb Iran and bring the war there. But, the heroic resistance from Syria became a torn to them, and now after 4 yrs, desperation is building up, they created havoc in Iraq, which was another way to drag Iran into the fight by bring ISIS… Read more »
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Canthama: Here’s some good news from Iraq, plus ISF and tribal militia are engaged in and around Ramadi. I’ve not discovered, yet, what is being done with the American riddled SOF force that tucked its tail and colored itself ‘gone’ like last week’s paycheck. There may be something on M’s Talk Page, but I’ve not had time to check it yet. Thanks for the ‘smille and ahowdy’, I appreciate it.

Link: http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/hezbollah-brigades-arrest-hundreds-isis-elements-anbar/

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I’m afraid that the overthrow of Assad and the dismantling”

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Fuck off ya wanker troll!

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I largely agree. Nevertheless, I don’t believe it is game over (for now).

Yes, it is largely out of the hand of Syria.

A LOT will depend on:

– how far is Hezbollah willing to go?
– Iran
– Russia

Iran and Russia have their own intrests and they might, or not, go far, depending on what they consider the best for their nation.

Syria has no friends, doesn’t work that way in international politics. Intrests, not friends.

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Syria and libanon will face big trouble if Assad will fall. Their sovereignty is at stake, as tens of thousands of jihad fighters will be trained in Turkey, Saudi, Qatar, Syria, Iraq.

China is the rich country. They have to invest in Assad and supply him in everything. Believe me the virus of the arab spring will also hit Beijing if it won’t be stopped. It is the only way the anglo american elite could survive. Break up those huge nations Russia, China, India

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Flanders: “Syria has no friends..”
There are many friends of Syria here and Neddy, you are NOT one of them.
Hi-didley-ho!

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Sigh, yet another “I’m afraid* concern troll with no talent for her job.

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I stopped at “I am afraid”…a typical shallow troll, playing the role of a speaker, trying very desperately to force you into paying attention to all the unimportant background noise spun by MSM. alkayida supporters are showing huge desperation. It took them over 4 years, and massive assistance from Turkey and KSA, to take one Idlib town, which is only 30 miles from Turkish border. This was 2 months ago, yet they failed at their main objective, while Syrians took 40 sq miles of paramount territory in Qalamoon and Latakia. Can you see a pattern?! For over 4 years they… Read more »
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How pathetic and what kind of mental midgets you people must be to think that every person who doesn’t share your view or ziad’s false sense of overt positivity, is an MSM / zio / rat supporter / propagandist and that there is some huge conspiracy by the West to scout websites to post like this? No, the man just showed some concern about the current situation and also stated some facts – Russia and Iran are not really doing much in context of how relatively bigger the efforts of the Saud and Turkish and Zio pigs are and have… Read more »
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Ahh, a troll crying about how cruel we are. I love it.

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@Henrik svendsen : You are not cruel, you’re stupid. The Syrian people who are suffering every day does not deserve to be supported by fools who say all the time “Sleep peacefully. All is well.”

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They banned me from 50 political forums. Some forums they banned me within 2 posts. When exposing an Israeli police murder on 2 Palestinian youths which was then staged to hide the crime. Zionists control most of the internet and all of the mass media in the USA and The West. That is why I think nuclear war will clean out a lot of corrupt people. There are so many corrupt people now in The West and the USA that the best thing that can happen is thermonuclear war. That will teach these people all a lesson. Dumbasses. A part… Read more »
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”there is some huge conspiracy by the West to scout websites to post like this”
— Absolutely, there is. GCHQ and DIA employ hundreds, likely thousands of desperate unemployed middle-class mortgage prisoners to run these campaigns. Many have defected and famously outed the program, which is a world worse than being a ‘Winston Smith’ in 1984, and leads to anomie, depression and madness.
If you didn’t know this, you’re not up-to-date. The readership of this site is about the most switched-on you’ll find anywhere, and WE ARE NOT GOING TO TOLERATE ZIO-TROLLS! Full stop.

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in every war, are sometimes victories…sometimes loses. But when somebody fight for money and somebody fight for homeland and family…you can bet who will win by the end. Not today not tomorow…but some day will SAA get their payback time.

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Sorry, but you’re resorting to wishful thinking and bullshit sentimentality.

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Tony, I share your disheartenment but think you overestimate the “powerful forces” against Syria. The West is held at bay by the Russian fleet, Turkey can only go so far without provoking Iranian involvement (which is currently at a low level, mainly financial and logistical), and Saudi Arabia has its hands full now that Yemenis are conquering Saudi provinces and the Shia eastern provinces are very riled up. Saudi Arabia is very near the explosion point. No matter what losses the SAA has experienced lately, the situation is far better than in 2012, despite the tens of billions (if not… Read more »
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mY_1_NjxaXE Case in point. SAA conscripts running like dogs from the National Hospital. They waited too long to try and retreat, so now they are observed leaving and have I am sure appropriate rebel ambushes are set up. I think most of them have been killed. In 4 years of war, the SAA has not demonstrated hardly anything to any observer of this conflict. They have not learned a thing. They take one step forward and two steps back again and again. Assad should take his gold digging wife and his children and leave and go to his dacha in… Read more »
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Anon (no-name pathetic troll) “In 4 years of war, the SAA has not demonstrated hardly anything to any observer of this conflict. They have not learned a thing. They take one step forward and two steps back again and again. It’s almost over” …. (2011) “In 4 years of war, the SAA has not demonstrated hardly anything to any observer of this conflict. They have not learned a thing. They take one step forward and two steps back again and again. It’s almost over” … (2012) In 4 years of war, the SAA has not demonstrated hardly anything to any… Read more »
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‘Assad should take his gold digging wife and his children and leave and go to his dacha in Paris’ Exactly but its probably too late now, this criminal and double/triple/quadruple agent has destroyed his country and all its potential and military capacity at the behest of his Yanki masters. When it came to the crunch he was the gutless wonder we have all suspected him of being, thus he traded in everything so as not to be struck by the Yanki warcriminal coalition. At least Saddam and Gaddafi had balls, they stood by their army and people until the end,… Read more »
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I am also from Czech Republic, does some support for Syria exists here?

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There was one earlier on this site. There is support for Syria everywhere but in the dying West and the Western puppets in the Middle East. The BRICS nations, representing most of the world’s population, just affirmed their support for Dr. Assad’s government.

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Anybody noticed how the anti government posts always multiply on a Sunday?

Those posters all get paid double time, working on a Sunday. Desperate times!

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Yosser, douchebag, I have been posting here for a good 6 months and I have been closely following the war in Syria since 2011. Ziad and I have exchanged emails on a personal basis. I think he knows that I am 100% for the SAA and Hizb. But I have a bad habit of calling things the way i see them – and after 5 years of this shit, this is how I see it. So stop being paranoid schizophrenic. Not everyone is an agent. Do you believe in black helicopters, too?

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Yes, you appear to have a bad habit of calling things the way you see them. Is this a TV show where you can just change the channel ? Is it helpful to talk about the dismemberment of Syria in the middle of a war of survival when their personnel are fighting so hard on the ground to keep Syria intact ? Regarding “5 years of this shit”, I’m sure that is how some people viewed 1944, before there was a turning point in 1945. By all means have a view, but sometimes it is better not to call it… Read more »
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At the risk of being called names, I concur with your opinion. The Kurds are gone for sure. The question is how much of the rest of Syria Assad can hold onto. Unlike some folks on this site, I believe that the United States wants Assad to remain in power at least until a stable government can be created. If Assad falls unexpectedly, and there is no central government to replace him, then people will be begging for US troops to pour into the country. And as Canthama suggests, the US Defense budget will be strained to comply. This very… Read more »
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Alex, just speaking as a lay person and observer, it seems to make sense at this point for the Syrian government to accept that, at least for now, the north and eastern part of their country is lost. Consolidate power, command and control in the west. In other words, all provinces except for Idlib, Aleppo, Raqqa, Hasakh, Dayr Ezzor and eastern Homs. If Russia and Iran did not intervene directly with massive bombing and ground troops by now, they never will. Latakia, Tartus, Hama, Rif Dimashq, Quneitra, Derah, West Homs and as-Suwayd are what they should be focused on clearing… Read more »
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Syria will not be split up.
The war will continue for another 80-100 years.
But I am counting on thermonuclear war in the meantime.

https://youtu.be/w6oZuj3Hgb4
Thermonuclear war, Carl Sagan, a good experience for humanity.

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And you accuse other people of wishful thinking.

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Spoken like a graduate of Partition Studies 101, Tony. You are convicting yourself out of your own mouth.

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Never believe at face value the public pronouncements of those who represent the US government. The actual agenda is not the one openly paraded in the media. If that were so, the US would simply announce that the zionists and their assistants in Washington have created ISIS and fund it with the help of the Saudis. The USG wants Assad out, of that you can be certain. So do the Israelis. They prefer chaos, the easier for them to manipulate. ISIS is an instrument of western intelligence agencies and the Mossad.

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They are only getting away with is as long as the American people and Europeans do not die by the millions. Once that starts to happen they are in serious problems with their childish conspiracy.

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Yep the Kurds are gone . They fought hard for it and they took it and are taking it and I am willing to bet they have no intention of listening to the Syrian government or anyone else ever again for that matter. They are not Muslims anyway. They have their own pagan belief systems and want to keep it that way. And they love Israel too. But I do digress.

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take a look at a map of the Khazar Empire, you will see that major parts of “Kurdistan” was part of the empire (Mosul, Erbil etc), they always were mercenaries who fought against the Rus. History is repeating itself,

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Alex (in USA) The legitimate government in Libya fell, and there was no stable government to replace it. Chaos ensued. Same for Iraq. US plans are the same for Syria. This is what they WANT. The Libyan people have not, and never will ‘beg for US troops’. The Syrian and Iraqi people will die rather than ‘beg for US troops.’ I know that as a US citizen, you find this hard to grasp, but your military presence is hated even in the countries it currently occupies, like mine. The whole world cries ‘Yankee go home.’ Above all, stop dreaming about… Read more »
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Oz: Alex is only one in a multitude, here, who have no notion that the US is a failed State and, like all failed States, depends upon war in some form in order to have a crutch which enables it to hobble along just a bit longer. Alex appears to be a GW form of ‘patriot’; this is a point of view to which he’s entitled. Although it’s neither bad nor good, certainly not evil, it is the product of misinformation, coupled with a refusal to do his own research, thus it is dangerous. I’d love to hear his conclusions… Read more »
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I’m sick and tired of these ”MSM troll” and ”fuck off schlomo loser” replies man, all of these mental midgets who can’t fathom the idea of somebody being unbiased, realistic, impartial and calling it as they see it. Everybody who doesnt share their same view that everything is OK with the syrian army and that they can’t lose a single battle is a jew or rat dog.

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Anon: Can you please tell me what responses I would get if I posted on a jihadi twitter site that “thousands of stinking rats had died in the past week at the hands of a glorious and competent SAA?” … Death threats certainly and a very hostile reception, to say the least. I doubt they would be impressed with my claims of being un-biased, realistic or impartial! Yet you post here, telling us that ISIS is winning all these battles, that the incompetent SAA is actually in full retreat … and you expect us to be POLITE to you??? If… Read more »
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We are not jihadist supporters or jewish pigs. You dont have to stoop to their level. The problem is you dont direct the insults to some post like you described, but to somebody who corrects ziad’s lies about idlib or raqqa loss (you dont have to support rats because you want everyone to know the truth) or simply brings news of both jihadi and saa deaths. Or expresses doubts and concerns in momentum shifts. Now those posters that post fake propaganda like ‘assad leaving with wife and kids to paris’ or posting provocatively, im not talking about those man. Get… Read more »
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http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2015/Apr-20/295023-pro-regime-syrians-back-army-but-dodge-draft.ashx

How about this one? running out of Alawites ……
Its only a matter of time now.

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A. I seriously doubt any SAA soldiers are reading my comments here.

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russia and iran are obviously helping covertly. this may not be enough. this is a stalemate for the foreseeable future until russia and iran grow some balls

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Russia should send its own soldiers to Syria.
No question about this.

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I am not sure if this would be a good idea for President for Life Putin and his campaign to make every Russian a “patriot” A Russian “patriot ” is a Russian man or woman who supports Putin without any question. Now if body bags start streaming into Russia due to involvement in Syria in combination with body bags coming back from Ukraine involvement, this may put a crimp on the President for Life Putin victory parade, doncha think?

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The SAA has made significant strategic gains in the south by cutting crucial rat supply lines in Al Lajat and Tal Haarra. They will pay huge dividends later with future offensives.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Tony, you spend too much time here. Get a life mate, go to some bars with Mentat after work.

Anyway, cant stop. Off to meet your mum. haven’t even got time for a shower,( but she doesn’t mind.) toodle pip.

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Yosser, don’t be adventurous. You should stick to fucking your ugly, flea-bitten, cock-sucking, smelly sister.

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Dont have to insult his or anyones mum and family, no matter what they say.

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More Evidence of Israel’s Dirty Role in the Syrian Proxy War

“. . .the IDF has treated an estimated 1,600 non-combatants and anti-Assad rebels… Although Israel’s treatment of militants from Syria. . .”

http://21stcenturywire.com/2015/05/23/kosher-jihad-israels-dirty-war-props-up-islamic-militants-in-syria/

Oded Yinon, an Israeli journalist who had close connections to the Foreign Ministry in Israel, wrote an article in 1982 which was published in a journal of the World Zionist Organisation titled: “A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties”. In it, Yinon outlines that the “dissolution of Syria and Iraq” are “Israel’s primary” objectives in the region:

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article1438.htm

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Yes, it is so. The salafist criminals are the proxy army for the zionists and the NATO globalists. Ironic that many of the rat supporters and trolls who visit this site are unwitting tools of this same menace to humanity. Of course, some are quite aware of the sinister role they play; no doubt even paid for their complicity. The others are mindless stooges.

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well, that’s their plan. but there have been many plans made since the inception of the world, and i venture to say that most of them went awry. jews don’t always get what they want, and often have to deal with blowback, which is of course routinely blamed on the goyim, especially Christians, who are their arch-enemy on account of their refusal to acknowledge the Lordship of Christ. Soviet Russia (anti-Christian empire) was currently supposed to be under their rule, but Russia is no longer Soviet, in fact it is being re-Christianized, and no longer under jewish rule. so, they… Read more »
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Good news. The SAA has taken Jabal Sheikh Saeed (outside Sheikh Saeed District) and recaptured The Great Prophet Mosque (outside the Al Zahra Association Quarter) in S Aleppo.
More good news. The SAA has repelled another enemy attack on the Deir Ezzor AB inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. The SAA has also made significant gains in Al Muriiyah and Al Jafra (outside Deir Ezzor).

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US “Created” ISIS As A “Tool” To Overthrow Syria’s President Assad Judicial Watch, shows that Western governments deliberately allied with al-Qaeda and other Islamist extremist groups to topple Syria’s president Bashar al-Assad http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-23/secret-pentagon-report-reveals-us-created-isis-tool-overthrow-syrias-president-assad The 2012 DIA document, however, further shows that while sponsoring purportedly former al-Qaeda insurgents in Iraq to counter al-Qaeda, Western governments were simultaneously arming al-Qaeda insurgents in Syria. The revelation from an internal US intelligence document that the very US-led coalition supposedly fighting ‘Islamic State’ today, knowingly created ISIS in the first place, raises troubling questions about recent government efforts to justify the… Read more »
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Point by Point Analysis of Declassified DIA Docs re Western-Backed Syrian Insurgency http://www.empireslayer.org/2015/05/point-by-point-analysis-of-declassified.html “The rise of a Salafist quasi-state entity that might expand into Iraq, and fracture that country, was therefore clearly foreseen by US intelligence as likely — but nevertheless strategically useful — blowback from the West’s commitment to “isolating Syria.” What the docs establish beyond doubt is that, in 2012, when they were written, the US saw the likelihood of a “Salafist Principality” or “Islamic State” being established, and was fully aware the insurgency in Syria was mainly driven by Islamic groups, who were fighting Assad and also supporting the FSA, which… Read more »
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DIA Docs: West Wants a “Salafist Principality in Eastern Syria”? http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/05/dia-docs-west-wants-a-salafist-principality-in-eastern-syria.html THE SALAFIST [sic], THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD, AND AQI ARE THE MAJOR FORCES DRIVING THE INSURGENCY IN SYRIA. AQI [Al Qaeda in Iraq, which became ISIS: “ISIS, once called AQI”] SUPPORTED THE SYRIAN OPPOSITION FROM THE BEGINNING, BOTH IDEOLOGICALLY AND THROUGH THE MEDIA… …OPPOSITION FORCES ARE TRYING TO CONTROL THE EASTERN AREAS (HASAKA AND DER ZOR), ADJACENT TO THE WESTERN IRAQI PROVINCES (MOSUL AND ANBAR), IN ADDITION TO NEIGHBORING TURKISH BORDERS. WESTERN COUNTRIES, THE GULF STATES AND TURKEY ARE SUPPORTING THESE EFFORTS. IF THE SITUATION UNRAVELS THERE IS THE POSSIBILITY… Read more »
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“If Syria could capture a senior American military official inside its borders, with inexorable proof of American complicity in the operational command of ISIS military forces, the Russians and Chinese would no longer be able to ignore the nature of the attack on Syria, according to high level sources in Damascus.”

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/05/24/breaking-delta-force-raid-on-syria/

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Hass, be careful of VT, then if Assad calls in the Russians for help they can jump in anytime, i suspect this has already happened and Putin does not want to jump in in fear of the wet double standards, so he is left with the only option which is to give “unlimited” arms to Syria.

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The west’s double standards i mean.

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Chevi: Not entirely inaccurate, since the west’s wet dreams are directly related to the double standards, which are fictitious anyway. The west wants to fuck everybody, while avoiding a rocket shot up the ole wazoo.

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Hey Arklight, nice to see you again, we might not see eye to eye on certain things but i still gotta respect your posts mate.

Good to see you here again.

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‘Conspiracy Theorists’ Are Causing Militants To Abandon ISIS Radicals complain recruits are turning away as they discover Western intelligence controls extremist groups http://www.infowars.com/conspiracy-theorists-are-causing-militants-to-abandon-isis/ A report in the official propaganda magazine of ISIS this month bemoans the fact that the terror group is losing members because of so called ‘conspiracy theories’ that Western intelligence manipulates and controls extremists for its own agenda. The International Business Times reports that the magazine, Dabiq, condemns conspiracy theorists, referring to their ideas and beliefs as “sinful”. “If the mujahedeen liberated territory occupied by the kuffar [infidels], they would say that the kuffar allowed them to… Read more »
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As UN Cancels May 28 Talks, Saudis Want Riyadh Declaration As Basis By Matthew Russell Lee, Exclusive http://www.innercitypress.com/yemen11fishy052415.html UNITED NATIONS, May 24 — The UN’s bungling of Yemen mediation has become ever more clear, according to multiple sources and documents exclusively seen by Inner City Press. From Riyadh, Hadi wrote to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon opposing the scheduled May 28 meetings in Geneva, which were already Saudi top-heavy. And, Inner City Press is informed, the UN already informed the Houthis and other participants that May 28 is off (although as of this publication on May 24 at 9:30 pm… Read more »
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Saudis are no where near winning this war and they already want to impose surrender terms. They are the most distasteful people there can be. I hope the Houthis teach them a lesson they will long remember!

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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This arrogance will be the undoing of Saudi.

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Islamic State Seeks to Divide Saudi Arabia Into Five Parts

Representative of the Saudi Interior Ministry’s Bureau of Investigation Gen. Basam Attiyah said that the ISIL militant group aims at driving a wedge between people of different confessions in the kingdom to divide it into five parts

http://sputnik news.com/middleeast/20150524/1022515627.html

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Osama Bin Laden’s original intent was to remove the utterly corrupt and inept Saudi Royal family, ironically of which he was a member. it would make much more sense for IS to target KSA than Syria. KSA is not only corrupt, but incredibly hypocritical. Royals live a life of wanton sin, including sexual perversion, slavery, waste and sloth. yet they consider themselves the self-elected guardians of Islam’s Holy places, having apparently destroyed many traditional buildings and altars. they are absolutely ripe for the picking. i guess the only reason they do not worry much is because of their cosy deal… Read more »
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According to SAA FB Page Syria is airstriking ISIS in Palmyra and are gathering forces for a counterattack.

Thucydides
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It is a nice rat trap.

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What exactly is happening in Palmyra?

ISIS slaughters hundreds of Palmyra residents
http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=42102

Syria Daily: Has the Islamic State “Slaughtered 100s” in Palmyra?
http://eaworldview.com/2015/05/syria-daily-has-the-islamic-state-slaughtered-100s-in-palmyra/

Arklight
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Graham: I can’t get my head around the attitudes of citizens in either Palmyra or Ramadi; they don’t fight, and just either hang around to be raped and murdered, or they waste time and energy trying to run away, and face at least as many dangers as they would if they would stand and fight. Good grief.

Jason
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Two more generals assasinated by Assad mafia:

http://www.shaamtimes.net/news-detailz.php?id=30839

david
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maybe they were traitors?

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[…] Ziad Fadel  […]

Anonymous
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Or maybe both of you are equally clueless.

What makes the ‘Assad mafia’ conclusion plausible, if one may ask?

Ozskeptic
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Anon 0:
Q: What makes the ‘Assad mafia’ conclusion plausible, if one may ask?
A: Shaamtimes.net and the MSN, apparently.
If it is on twitter or MSN it must be true! [LOL, as Yasoon would say]

We are told by Yasoon NOT to believe Ziad, Farsnews, Syrianfreepress, Syria24 etc, yet he wants us to believe his dodgy sources.

You are right, Anon. They are both equally clueless.

punk
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@Mentat:
u were so excited about the new gloss propaganda brochure of IS.
seems the younger Muslims in Europe are a little more intelligent than u are:

“A report in the official propaganda magazine of ISIS this month bemoans the fact that the terror group is losing members because of so called ‘conspiracy theories’ that Western intelligence manipulates and controls extremists for its own agenda.”

Read more at https://syrianperspective.com/2015/05/terrorists-massacred-trying-to-attack-saa-positions-in-khaan-al-shaykh-derahs-terrorists-dying-in-the-hundreds.html#ExexFzrEMysBKpAw.99

mikhas
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Since the inbreed zionazi ghetto-pigs at the TROLLING FOR SHEKELS call centre in Tel Aviv (Mentat-ely disturbed and Radio-inbreed etc) is dedicating so much time and effort to smear this site, i think you should be proud of your invaluable work Ziad.

Ozskeptic
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READ and WEEP all trolls at ‘The Trolling for Shekels call centre,’ Tel Aviv (LOL, Mikhas!) Syrian army troops seized back control over a vast area of territory with tens of villages as a result of massive operation against ISIL militants in Hasaka province that has just gathered pace. “The army units regained full control over 100 villages stretching on a vast area of land in Hasaka after clashes with ISIL terrorists,” Syrian military sources announced. “The villages were located in Tal Tamr region and near Abdel Aziz Mountain to the Southwest of Hasaka city,” a Kurdish military source told… Read more »
Freiheit
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Hasakah governorate return to the Kurds at the end of the conflict. Syrian soldiers die for the Kurds …

Arklight
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Freeiheit: You’re just a little ray of sunshine, ain’t ya? Do us a favor, and put a sock in it.

Anonymous
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Hasakah? Nothing new you idiot, kurds have been trashing them for months. Way too far from damascus to matter and really nothing important there, unlike ‘only deserts in deirezzor palmyra and idlib’ according to ziad, which is why they lost hundreds of troops so far fighting on those fronts and risked damascus safety by sending tigers and RG generals et al there. Sigh at ziad’s advanced state of denial. Idlib, homs and deir ezzor taken = more loss of vitally important airbases, cut-off highways and supply routes, loss of main cities and gas fields / oil refineries. The militants can… Read more »
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IT GETS BETTER, YET
Moments ago, Hezbollah asserted full-control over Al-Qaba’ Heights and Al-Niqar Heights, killing over 20 enemy combatants and destroying three armored vehicles that were mounted with anti-aircraft machine guns belonging to the Syrian Al-Qaeda group “Jabhat Al-Nusra” on the border of the Lebanese municipality of Nahleh.
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/hezbollah-captures-al-qaba-and-al-niqar-on-the-border-of-nahleh/

Gnash your gums in futile denial, poor trolls. Better get to work quickly, putting a new ‘spin’ on how this latest victory can be argued into a defeat.

Flanders
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Told you so.

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4661058,00.html

‘Principled’ support
Meanwhile, the United States and Turkey have agreed “in principle” to give air support to some forces from Syria’s mainstream opposition, Turkey’s foreign minister said, in what if confirmed could mark an expansion of US involvement in the conflict.

There was no immediate comment from US officials on the assertion – though Washington has so far refrained from committing to enforcing a “safe zone” for Syrian rebels, as it could be seen as a declaration of war on the Syrian state.

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The old Flanders knew better, this new Flanders, level zero, seems to believe in planted news by the Intelligence Agencies. No fly zone or countries supporting terrorists will not bomb the SAA nor give air support to terrorists, this would be the begining of the end for thise countries.

Flanders
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Old and new is the same. You people are the ones in denial. Who would have allowed the coalition, in the early stages of the conflict, to bomb (Nusra) targets or do spec ops within Syria? Nobody, yet that is exactly what they are doing. Nothing Syria can do nothing about it. If Syria reached a point that it is so weak (which will happen within 12 months IF Syrian Forces aren’t able the reverse what is currently happen), then it will happen. Of course, coalition will make some kind of deal with Russia & Iran, but it will also… Read more »
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Won’t happen. Simply more propaganda and disinformation by rat lovers to justify helping terrorists. Western intervention would risk broadening the war in the region and beyond with catastrophic consequences.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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punk
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we’ll see how that pans out. Russia has enough serious AA-rocketry in Tartous and on its ships to deal with anything in Syria if they want to.

Arklight
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Flanders: If you would switch ‘principle’ out in favor of ‘principal’, I think you’d be nearer the mark. War is a racket, and all the line dogs get out of it is either a grave or nights filled with nightmares. The hiyamuck-mucks in the ‘Defense Industry’ have no skin in the game, but if money were liquid, the bastards would have drown a couple centuries ago.

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Shut up Flanders!

captaincorto
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No conspiracy, just a simple plan to overthrow Baath’s gouvernment.
A deliberate move from the Saudi-Quatary-Turkish wardogs pumping money into the Islamists war-machinery. They’ll meet their fate, when those groups will turn against them.
Destroying the most and furthest developed country in the Middle East is a war crime to it’s people, the Syrians.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/obama-s-fail-saudi-qatari-aid-al-qaeda-affiliate-1176814251#sthash.vYugBBqi.dpuf

Bestest!

cc

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The USA is in colonial status of the British upper class/bankers/elite for over 100 years now. They are all puppets in the USA. The USA and Israel are decoys. The trailer trash doing the dirty jobs for their London masters. The British upper class. https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4 All wars are bankers wars, the bankers elite from the UK and France. Israel is a pet project from the Rothschild’s. If they stop existing, Israel stops existing. Saudi Arabia is under CIA control for over 80 years now. Even Osama Bin Laden claimed this to be the case. Same counts for Qatar and Turkey.… Read more »
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http://fortruss.blogspot.com.au/2015/05/another-syria-express-run.html
for those that believe russia is not supporting syria

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Some interesting news today Iraq says it will increase its daily flights to Syria by 40% .mmh wonder what they will be flying in ? and Hezbollah says they will now fight everywhere in Syria as there future depends on takfiri defeat . Things are beginning to out at sea as China and RUssia have a joint navel exercise in the med. while Iran is massing troops near the Iraq border also on exercise . All together now.

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Hezbollah has no choice.
If Syria falls. They are surrounded.
Then Israel will find an excuse to attack them. And the “useful idiots” from the CIA will attack them at the Syrian borders.
Hezbollah will then be a thing of the past.
Then Israel lost the battle in 2006 but won the war with Hezbollah.

“But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never come again into being; nor can the dead ever be brought back to life.”

– Sun Tzu

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The Saudi-Turkish intervention has changed the equation. Hezbollah is now in for the long haul. God protect the Resistance Front!

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

Flanders
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Obviously, also an indication that things aren’t going well in Syria. Hezbollah numbers? And how many will join the fight all around Syria? I don’t know, depends on the sources. But numbers aren’t everything. 500 well trained and motivated guerillia fighters can accomplish much more, be much more efficient that 10.000 draftees. …”Hezbollah does not reveal its armed strength. Mustafa Alani, security director at the Dubai-based Gulf Research Centre, estimated that Hezbollah’s armed wing comprises 1,000 full-time Hezbollah members, along with a further 6,000–10,000 volunteers. According to the Iranian Fars News Agency, Hezbollah has up to 65,000 fighters. It is… Read more »
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You would think the government is about to fall from some of the comments being made. Far from the truth. Hezbollah is broadening its participation because of the overt Saudi-Turkish intervention which posses an existential threat to both Syria and Lebanon. We must also remember that outside of Hezbollah, the SAA is doing all the fighting against an array of nations and proxy armies.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

Luca K
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@God.. You are correct, sir. A few setbacks and the wahhabi supporters and the presstitutes blow things completely out of proportion. Psy warfare. Another term is: ‘garbage in, garbage out’. “Flanders” is either a disguised wahhabi supporter or a useful idiot. Neither is worth a damn. I find it interesting that the overrated US military, considered by some(neocons and their useful idiots) as the most powerful the world has ever seen, could not decisevely defeat a few thousand lightly armed Taliban militants. It has been reported in MSM presstitutes that the Talibs control, in part or in total, more than… Read more »
Flanders
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The officers might be dedicated, but that doesn’t mean they are efficient. Tabqa, Sijr, Idlib, Palmyra, etc.. showed they aren’t that efficient at all.

Hezbollah now entering openly and with full force is also admitting things aren’t going that well.

The idiots here are the “comical Ali” types. And yes, you are also one of them. Congrats!

Luca K
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@”Flanders’:

Yawwwnnn…

david
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but palmyra will be liberated soon flanders. the terrorists cannot sustain anything. they cannot hold territory. hezbollah will still retain capacity to deal with an israeli attack. so they are not going full force. if they got fully involved it would be over far quicker. talk of an american turkish coalition actually shows things are not going well for the other side. four years and still no result. the longer this has gone on the more exposed the fiends behind it. the whole world is waking up to the conspiracy. after libya syria was supposed to fall in weeks. the… Read more »
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keep commenting god. your posts are logical and based on reality

javito
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Hizbollah have at any time around 15.000 fighters with the mass mobilization that they make now may have up too 60.000 thousand and even more.So is time to fill your pants with shit you retard Flanders

Flanders
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Dear minus-habens, errr javito, I don’t think Hezbollah is coming after me, they would be arrested anyway since considered terrorist in most of the EU.

javito
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I did not mean you personally, but your rat friends you idiot

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Warning!

Flanders is affiliated with the terrorist organisation Al Qaeda.

Treat all comments from this poster with caution.

Arklight
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Flanders: A Cub Scout pack would be worth more in action than the Lebanese Army. A platoon of Hezbollah could probably swab the deck with the Lebanese Army, if it came down to that.

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Syrian air force strikes IS targets in ancient Palmyra city http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-05/25/c_134268611.htm DAMASCUS, May 25 (Xinhua) — Syrian air force has struck positions of Islamic State (IS) militants in the ancient city of Palmyra in central Syria, Syrian state TV reported on Monday. Government warplanes carried out airstrikes on IS positions in the millennia-old city in Homs province, the report said, spelling no further details. Meanwhile, governor of Homs province, Talal Barazi, reportedly said that the Syrian army will launch a counter offensive to recapture Palmyra. The IS invaded Palmyra last Wednesday, amid official media reports that the terrorist group massacred… Read more »
radioyaran
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In retrospect some of the daily Syrper titles appear bizarre:

“PRELUDE TO RETAKING ALL IDLIB” April 23rd (to this day Ziad has not admitted that ALL od Idlib city has fallen)
“IDLIB: THE ASSAULT ON JISR AL-SHUGHOOR IS HOURS AWAY” May 9th
“JISR AL-SHUGHOOR’S TERRORIST DEFENSES HAVE COLLAPSED; SYRIAN ARMY BRACING FOR FINAL ASSAULT” May 12th
“JISR AL-SHUGHOOR ABOUT TO BE LIBERATED COMPLETELY BY THE SYRIAN ARMY! HOURS AWAY” May 13th
“COUNTDOWN BEGINS FOR LIBERATION OF JISR AL-SHUGHOOR” May 24th

radioyaran
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So much about Palymra being not that important strategically:

“The biggest threat ISIS’ poses to the Syrian Government – at the moment – is the possible disruption of their power grids that are situated near theAl-Sha’ar Mountains, which are located north of Palmyra; if they are recaptured by ISIS, the Syrian Government will be dealt its biggest blow in this war.”
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-deploys-hundreds-of-soldiers-to-retake-palmyra/

I am sure Al Masdar news is a “hasbara troll” working for Radio Telaviv, what?

Anonymous
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Why do you keep coming back to this blog?!

Why don’t you find yourself an ISRAELI HASBAR blog to get that warm and fuzzy feeling?!

or better yet, you can join a Saudi/Turkish pedophiles club/blog and feel at home with like minded men!

Anonymous
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yea don’t let the door hit you in the back

Anonymous
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Evil Hasbara boy

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Radioyaran is affiliated with the terrorist organisation Al Qaeda.

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gamejoe
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No, Radioyaran is only annoyed by the propaganda of Ziad i think

mentwat
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Suck a dick game.

Anonymous
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He’s out of the Hasbara closet Joe

Anonymous
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You are pathetic … Never seen anything from radio to suggest that, unlike mentat. He just doesnt swallow ziads bs like you sheeple (still believe raqqa and idlib havent fallen?) if you read only ziads blog, you’d never even know. What is wrong with being impartial unbiased and not living in denial? If you also think im a jihadi lover, save it and go fuck your hand, loser braindead monkey who cant think past black and white scenarios…

Stein Atle Bauge
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you would know about raqqa at least. lets just say we have a pessimist and an incorrigible optimist here

Anonymous
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Pessimist, optimist, realist …. doesnt matter. It’s all because of heavy intolerance on this blog. If you dont side with the rats or there is no evidence to support any of that, then shut up with the ‘shlomo’ comments, they are so fkin retarded lol

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U see, mr.Radio, I don’t take what i read here as gospel. Though to be sure, Syria has been winning in the last couple of years, so much so that this was even admitted by several of the msm presstitutes. Same as with u, I know Ziad’s info is way too rosy and oftentimes not realistic. Having said that, unlike u, I know why he does it and it does not bother me much. There is an information war going on with the terrorists having the upper hand, i.e, msm support, including in terms of greatly exagerating their gains and… Read more »
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Radiofaggot is trying to advertise his own pathetic blog on this site. He is critical of Ziad because he tries to attract some of Ziad’s dedicated readers by pretending to have “honest” analysis. Don’t bother with his site, his analysis is worth shit and he has nothing to offer.

Anonymous
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Exactly!

I say, he should start a blog about what he excels in life at: CIRCUMCISION

😀 😀 😀

Stein Atle Bauge
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you make a good point

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