ALEPPO: TERRORISTS ON THE RUN TO TURKISH CONCENTRATION CAMPS AFTER DEGRADING DEFEATS

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ALEPPO:

There is a news blackout  in Idlib as the SAA and its new allies form outside the town of Jisr Al-Shughoor.  I might not have reliable material for a few hours on the evolving situation.

 

Anadaan:  This suburb of Aleppo is key to resolving the siege around Al-Zahraa` and Nibbul.  The Syrian Army has closed a supply route to the area and destroyed a nest of rodents affiliated with the newly formed Jaysh Al-Fath.  The situation there is quite fluid and no assessments have been forwarded.

 

Al-Firdaws (var coll: Al-Fardoos):  The SAA sprung a trap for a pack of rabid wolves working for the mercenary group linked to Alqaeda.  6 scavengers were counted among the dead:

‘Abdul-Raheem Saalim Zaynu

Muhammad ‘Ali Baydilli

The other four were foreigners, one from Lebanon, another from Jordan and the remaining 2 had Central Asian features but carried stolen Syrian refugee i.d. cards.

 

Huraytaan:  Another supply route has been closed as security services arrested 3 rat enablers pretending to run a import-export business.

 

Bayaanoon:  On the International Highway, the SAAF swooped down over the convoy from Turkey and rendered the entire caravan into a string of burning sheet metal, its explosive cargo divulging its contents with carcasses flying into the air like popcorn in a hot pan.

 

Bani Zayd:  A nest of vultures was exposed by local residents to the security services.  The SAA came in with local PDC and surrounded it.  The buzzards wouldn’t surrender and were all killed.  Instant assessment gave these results:

Sulaymaan Al-Kabreeti

Jaabir Muraad ‘Izqaayaa

‘Abdul-‘Aal Muhsin Burayji

Waa`il Al-Shiliq

Another 2 could not be identified.

 

Al-Mansoora:  The SAA artillery scored a direct hit on a position occupied by Alqaeda rodents killing 5 and wounding 2 critically.  No names.

 

Air Force Academy:  ISIS has not stopped trying to enter this bastion of Syria’s eagles.  The photo below was taken some days ago at the site showing the fertilizer bags nourishing the soil of Syria.

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Hayyaan, ‘Azzaan, ‘Ibteen, Al-Zabadiyya, Kafr Hamraa, Al-Ashrafiyya all saw skirmishing yesterday.

 

City:  Fighting here:

‘Ayn Al-Tal Quarter

Baab Al-Hadeed

Karm Al-Maysir

Layramoon

Old City

Hanaanu

Al-Mash-had

Salaahudeen

 

I have received a report indicating that the SAA monitoring position in both the provincial areas and the city are much improved.  SAA is enjoying watching ISIS exterminate Alqaeda and Jaysh Al-Fath.  When the dust settles, so will our scores be settled with ISIS once and for all.


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Canthama
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Timely action in Aleppo, it is still the key to this war, best of luck to the heroes of Syria.

Nini
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Guys In a few earlier comments I have read that Iran and Russia are helping Syria more then ever which is fine. the Confusion is about Russia , Russia is routing its Gas though Turkey to Europe. If Russia decided to further support syria’s Assad with more sophisticated weapons, Would turkey back off from the gas deal. The Question would be whether Turkey is more dependent on Russia or Vice Versa. And the Same thing also applies to Iran. Both Russia/Iran are supplying to Turkey. I have heard of turkey wanting to purchase gas from Israel but not sure ..… Read more »
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It’s all a murky business. I do not know all depth of it. It’s a time of changes, new alliances build, all old are shattered. As I guess it’s Turkey being a a major energy transition hub. Either Quatar+KSA, and Iran forced to deal under USA rules, and Russia pushed aside from EU gas market. Or Russia+Iran on equal rights, pushing US and it’s lapdogs out of controlling EU energy market. So basicly this a battle for US dominance in 2 key regions. And Turkey here is taking all the benefits, and trying to get ALL (Q., KSA, RU,USA) to… Read more »
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The bankers do not share power.
The bankers do not understand reason.
Thermonuclear war.
Start reading there: http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/

https://youtu.be/NJODpzIjUE4
Gandalf. The board is set, the pieces are moving.

FHTEX
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The gas deal is advantageous for both Turkey and Russia. Russia had to go through Turkey because it wants to avoid sending major European gas supplies through Ukraine. Right now, it can’t cut off supplies to Ukraine (which is massively in debt to Russia for its previous gas deliveries) without cutting off other European nations as well if Ukraine resists. Part of the bypass to the northern European countries was solved through the Northstream pipeline, but the other bypass (the Southstream pipeline to the Souhtern European nations) was supposed to go though Bulgaria but the EU put the pressure on… Read more »
Stein Atle Bauge
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Yes, everybody should read Engdahl.

Rolf Gunnarson
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There is no “civil war” in Syria, It is a Zionist criminal war on Syria, If 87% of the Syrian population voted for the Government in power it cant be a civil war can it?

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Here’s hoping for the under-Med Syria-Greece-Macedonia gas link. Erdogonia deserves to be bypassed, as long as its primitive population supports Sultan Erdogan and his AKP criminals.

Anonymous
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The world is ominously close to its end. Western bankers are pushing for a world war; public has stopped borrowing; government have stopped QE and bailouts. Not enough dollars are being borrowed to sustain the pyramid scheme that is Micky mouse currency. Everything appears like the lead up to WW2, which too was started by western bankers to destroy Germany’s meteoric rise and get it back on their central bank. Germany was demonized, isolated, and then massive sanctions were imposed. Then, German populace in the Danzig pocket, which went under control of Poland after WW1, was being persecuted and literally… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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1) The massacers of ethnic Germans prior WWII happened in mainland Poland, not in the freestate Danzig. That policy was continued followin 1944. https://www.hawaii.edu/powerkills/SOD.CHAP7.HTM 2) There are still no permanent NATO bases in the Baltic states. Germany ensured in NATO to follow that treaty (not a USA-Russia treaty) even considered that Russia did not. 3) “Serb” Krajina happened to be in Croatia. There was no such Agreement that parts of Croatia will gain the right to be part of Serbia, on the contrary. 4) Considering the situation in Donbass – which is part of the Ukrainian state – the peace… Read more »
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Cheer up. God will not allow humanity to destroy itself. The decent people of the world are making sincere efforts. God helps those who help themselves.
Those who want war, will get war. (there aren’t too many of those).
Those who want peace will have peace. True peace.
Peace is possible. Peace will not come to ‘humanity’, but to each human being who sincerely seeks it.
In this age, more people have found peace in their lives than ever before.
Seek peace.

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Me too Nini, this war has become a historical catastrophe. I hope the instigators and those who caused this, rot in eternal hell. The Russia issue is getting very interesting. Russia has almost 75% dependency on Oil and Gas sales. If the sanctions are lifted from Iran another 30 to 40 billion barrel producer will come in to the market. It could be disaster or it could be a boom to Russia depending how they’ll work with Iran. Right now they’re playing good cop bad cop. One day they offer S-300 missiles the next day they vote in favor of… Read more »
FHTEX
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Teevee, I think you mean 3-4 billion per year. Russia and Saudi Arabia are the top producers in the world at around 10 million bpd, which works out to around 3.5 billion barrels per year. Most of Iran’s oil is already reaching market, through indirect means. Iran is actually doing quite well these days; if you read the details, they have given up very little in the nuclear deal. Don’t be too hard on Russia–it has its limited spheres as does China. Russia had little influence in Libya and a veto on NATO involvement back then wouldn’t have stopped the… Read more »
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You are spinning things. Russia has been helping Syria. Iranian oil is not so much the issue as gas. What prevents a real war on Russia is Europe’s dependence on Russian-controlled gas. The vote on Yemen was not as you imply. And what is your 75% figure based on? Surely not GDP or anything like that.

In the case of Iran, the real issue is that Iran’s ruling elite have factions. Russia can’t trust them to not become friends with the West at some point. Who can offer Iran more? Russia or the EU?

Canthama
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Hi teevee, I had done a in depth research on Russia’s economy about two yrs ago, the key highlights related to oil and gas is that it accounts to 10-15% of GDP depending of oil and gas pricing of course. The high dependency spinned by the West is related to their exports, yes, for exports oil and gas products do have much higher impact, some 50%, again it dependes on the prices. The importance of oil and gas for Russia is that it is mostly Government owned, meaing it impacts the budget, and that is why we saw Russia making… Read more »
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1) The main problem in selling natural gas is the cost efficiency. That means the more transportation the higher the prize. Pipelines are cheaper than liquifying. Russias West Siberian resources are closer to Europe than Iran. East Asean resources are closer to China, East Siberia or former Soviet republics (Kasakhstan, Turkmenistan). 2) The amount of trade is an exchange. Germany understands that well and prioritized the building of the North Stream Pipeline that avoided transportation via Ukraine. Russian factories are often build with German engineering. The trust in Chinese engineering is low. If there will be a real trade war… Read more »
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Nini, not sure why you got so many thumbs down for asking a legitimate question.

I dare suspect so it is to have a hold on them, get them to build the pipes, which they are doing now, and then threaten them later, imagine what would happen if the turks have no gas?. Putin is a smart man and he is doing this for a reason and NOT going to abandon Syria, the Cyprus port is suspect will be for something else.

Arklight
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Nini:
The pipeline and transit fees are money in the Turkish bank; a thin gold chain often is more effective than a massive iron one.

Rus.Lang
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I don’t wish luck, but a calculated victory. Hope Iran supply enough help to wipe terrorist out of both provinces.

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ISIS shit-bags are doing a great job creating disorder and panic between Nusra cockroaches in North-east Aleppo, I’m wondering if their cockroaches mates from North Aleppo have sent some reinforcements thinning their defense lines enabling a sortie for Zahra and Nubbol.

Azadi
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Can I have help? Is there information on whether Frikka has fallen to the enemies?

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Takebeeeeerrrrrrr abu az cunt….

Canthama
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Azadi, nope, actually there expansion byt the SAA south and north of Frikka, to wider the corridor, villages and hills east of it have seem intsense fighting yesterday and today there are reports of rat advances, but yet no major confirmations, let wait until tomorrow.
Keep in mind that Frikka is vital for any attempt to after Jisr.

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Canthama, will the army confront and annihilate those so-called jash alfatef rabid monkeys someday? I understand that to protect the salient in Idlib anyway is insane, but now it seems that military men must be prepared to face the apes in well defended area. When the army will stop to retreat? What happening? Terrorist supporters laugh and dance!

Canthama
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Tough question, knowing a bit about how the SAA operates, it seems they are building strength in and around Frikka, for days we have seem a retreat from the eastern edge of the corridor and a widening of the surrounding of Frikka. I understand there is huge frustration with what happened in Idlib in the past 3 months, how it happened and so forth, but this war is much bigger then those losses in Idlib or Palmyra. I too would love to see some pay back in loco but this seems to be evolving to another defensive line. I see… Read more »
Isabella
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Thanks a lot, let’s hope everything will be fine in coming days :)))))))))

Azadi
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Canthama — Thank you for your very kind answer, full of knowledge.

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Hello Russian assist doctrine is you carry your own water. Even in the Donbass Syrias valiant military/MI and civic militias have been facing assault via every border by nations with logistic support in depth. Sun Tsu would be proud of the game Syria has managed. Russia is handing ME energy and security over to Iran Its their time now….they have prevailed vs the bankers. Russias geostrategic is not at risk Russia empowers BRICS/Shanghai cooperative and Eurasian signatory block which itself will step up in MI/security and defence pact. Their is consolidation work to be achieved first…just as Qualamoun was consolidated.… Read more »
Arklight
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Canthama, Isabella:
The Idleb salient was a dangerous gamble, since the force was not available to broaden it and stage for pushing forward, it appeared to be a ‘Hail Mary’ play that didn’t come off. The unexpected stiffening of rat resistance, plus their new offensive capability caught SAA on the back foot, but extracting the loyal force seems to have been pretty well done.I’d call it a push, since neither SAA nor rats were able to capitalize on the situation. Just an opinion.

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It is good to hear that the rats have taken to killing each other. As Napoleon said, never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.

The situation in Aleppo is confusing. Any chance of a map update to clarify as to who controls what ?

Also, your comments on the Galloway programme were good value. I see from the tone of some of the media that many are beginning to have doubts about the usual MSM line. Keep up the pressure.

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The reality is more twisted then chess. The aim of IS may be to subjugate the groups that are allied with Nusra et al. and the result would be the annihilation of the leaders of Nusra there but the joining of IS of the groups. The SAA has to deal with them anyway and the shame to arm and supply IS is bigger than unknown groups. But Turkey has supported IS before. No reason to cheer yet.

Arklight
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Johnny:
Right. A dead rat is a good rat, and it doesn’t matter if he’s killed by another rat, Syrian forces, a fall in the shower or getting run over by a truck. A plus, as far as rat-on-rat casualties is that those use ammunition which might otherwise be shot at the loyal guys.

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Z….do you think President Assad could do a deal with Russia such as giving a lifelong lease to Tartous and its facillities in exchange for heavy long range Tupolev bombers ? Heavy saturation bombing of cannibal supply routes and the borders with erdogshits Turkey and the fake hashemshite regime would be a game changer.

Rus.Lang
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Man, don’t make joke of yourself making suggestions on topics you have no compitence 🙂
Strategic bombers have no use in such teatre of war.
More use would have a large number of close air support planes. Which is limited by number of pilots SAF has. So the best help from Russia would be planes with pilots, which means openly joining war. Or UAV – in which we have little compitence (Iran has better compitence).

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irishsyriansaa

competence is the correct spelling…Syrper is a democracy and Z allows all suggestions.I know a lot about whats happening in Syria through Ziad and Syrper.Without it we would only be stuck with western presstitute media.

Rus.Lang
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Not my language, so i don’t bother to spell correctly, just so number of letters and shape of them near what i wanted to write down 🙂
I am not into limiting you right to write down stupid things, just leaving near it a healthy alternative 🙂 Strategic bombers are used for a very long distance strikes (like from Russia, to Syria and return back), so there is not much sense in moving them into Syria (if Assad doesn’t want to strike Australia).

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I agree with Rus.Lang irish, they are for long range intercontinental missions, mainly for nukes to be dropped on the enemy.

Rolf Gunnarson
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Russia do not need Tartus, at least they act that way, besides they just signed a lease just across the water in Cyprus for a base there, which i think is a big mistake.

Arklight
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Rolf:
Apparently Russia has permanent basing rights at Tartous, and Iran has secured basing rights at Latakia. Russia’s base on Cyprus, combined with the Tartous base make a nut cracker, with the additional benefit that combat units can be maintained for longer periods of time without the attendant wear and tear of being constantly at sea.. Very smart move. The Russian base on Cyprus also cancels out the British base there, and that’s very good for Syria and Lebanon.

Zionist cock sucking idiot have to be sent to hell
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Why not carpet bomb Palmyra. The good guys have fled right ?

Thucydides
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That name of yours is not working. Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. “To seduce the enemy’s soldiers from their allegiance and encourage them to surrender is of special service, for an adversary is more hurt by desertion than by slaughter.” – Flavius Vegetius Renatus, c. 378 AD We also have to change the Israeli/Jewish/Zionists mindset in time. They have to understand they are just “useful idiots” to the London and Paris bankers. They can also launch a thermonuclear weapon into London/Paris. That is why they are more important than our friends. ” Anger may in time change… Read more »
Zionist cock sucking idiots have to be sent to hell
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Zionist cock sucking idiots have to be sent to hell

The central bankers in London and New York are the ones who are calling the shots in the Zionist camp

Arklight
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Zionist:
You’re a no class act, and nobody needs it, so either clean up your act or get lost.

Thucydides
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I agree with you on the bankers.
But get a better name. Fantasy name, name of someone you consider important, etc.
I have 10% of the intelligence of Thucydides.
I look up to this man.
Same way I look up to Lucretius, Democritus, Epicurus, Sun Tzu, and so many others.

Anonymous
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What with?

Zionist cock sucking idiots have to be sent to hell
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Zionist cock sucking idiots have to be sent to hell

Does anyone know how many Houthi’s live and work in KSA.

Canthama
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Dude, a new name would be cool.

Last I heard, but certainly not at all confirmed, was that some 1-1.5 millions Yemenis workin in KSA, I would guess half of that would be Shias. That was a kind of info from two months ago, this could have dropped due to the war.

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Zionist cock sucking idiots have to be sent to hell

Thanks Canthama. These are quite a number of people and they don’t like the bombing in their country.

Saladin
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With a bit of effort and imagination I’m sure you could choose a more suitable name. Then maybe people would actually look at your posts and not scroll through.

The infighting among the terrorists is encouraging, and a sign of their stupidity and confused leadership.

sam j haim
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I like your name don’t change it please.

FHTEX
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I agree … Ziad needs to request a name change or a drop from the site.

albator
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Syrian F16 pics?really!

Canthama
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Yep, that was a odd pic.

Anonymous
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Although isn’t referred to by article’s contents, photoshopped pictures like these doesn’t help the site’s credibility. Don’t give the rats any ammunition.

Anonymous
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take it easy, is a Ziad´s joke

Dziri
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As far as I know, the syrian air force is not equipped vith american warplanes

Arklight
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Dziri:
Correct. Syria had no F-16s. Iraqi News carried a blurb about Iraqi F-16s engaging enemy convoys, but there was another article saying that the IAF is awaiting delivery of the F-16s purchased years ago and yet to be delivered. IAF is also awaiting delivery of 16 French Mirage F-1s which were bought and paid for over 20 years ago; the checks were cashed, but the planes never did appear. So far as I can tell, only Iran, Russia and Eastern Europe actually honor their deals with Iraq.

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Anybody would be crazy to order anything from France, they have shown they never fulfill any contracts. They are now going to loose a large part of their industry as the suck jew balls.

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Support and respect from Italy! I hope axis ASA-HEZBOLLAH-QUDS can send to hell Wahhabi scum and free Syrian people from this nightmare. Long live Syria!

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Obama’s ISIS body count another alleged fabrication, say critics From the same administration that told Americans that al-Qaida was on the run and that war-torn Islamist-run Yemen was an American success story, a new claim is being touted by President Barack Obama’s so-called national security team. They are claiming that the American-led coalition has killed 10,000 members of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), but are not saying where that extravagant number comes from, according to news reports on Thursday. http://www.examiner.com/article/obama-s-isis-body-count-another-alleged-fabrication-say-critics?CID=examiner_alerts_article SLEEP WALKING TO ANOTHER MIDEAST DISASTER Denied crucial information about Syria, the American people are being led… Read more »
Thucydides
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They are not allowed to attack Syria directly by China and Russia.
They know this.
If they do so, then there will be no more Americans and British, not on a billion worlds.

Arklight
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sam:
As MSM fades to black, more and more Americans are turning to alternative media, and I don’t know anyone who still believes the rubber johns and chicken hawks.

CHEVI789
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Arklight, RT has over 73 million followers and God knows how many read it daily. America wants more funds for their propaganda machine as RT is widely more read than most american news, and why not when all you hear is BS from american news.

Arklight
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Chevi: Right, and infowars has a bigger following on radio than any of the MSM toilets have on TV. RT has dynamite programming, and I check in on it every couple of hours to see what’s fresh. Moon of Alabama is good, Veterans Today is – – um – – alright. Infowars also presents a lot of very well done videos on youtube, as well as prisonplanet.tv for those who can afford a subscription; Jeff Rense also offers subscription service for those who can afford subscriptions, but there is a lot of interesting, and diverse, material available on rense.com. I… Read more »
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Lol Arklight, i concur with most of yor comments, some stuff you mention i have not looked into but trust your judgement, i have noticed VT is going off the rails a bit.

Chevi789

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US Warplanes Strike Iraqi Army Bases in Fallujah, Kill 6 Soldiers

Wait … weren’t they on OUR side (for the moment)?

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940316001210

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FARS News has been maintaining for months that the US. is helping ISIS in Iraq. While some military officers have echoed this line, I have not heard a complaint from the Iraqi Prime Minister yet, though.

Arklight
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FHTX:
(snicker) If you’re waiting for the sock puppet to complain about US killing Iraqis instead of ISIL, be prepared to hear it on the day after Hell freezes over.

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The US coalition is searching kill, the Iranian Suleimani general.

Arklight
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sam:
They’ve never been on our side, but it appears that some of the truth is beginning to come out. Good. Kick the Americans off the property – – last year.

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SHOCKING!! Mainstream Media Tells House Oversight Committee to Begin Jailing Members of Obama Administration cCraw said that the Obama administration stalls and stalls and the only way to get them to comply with the law is to sue them, which is a waste of taxpayer’s money. It also forces news agencies to incur needless expenses related to that same litigation. He also noted that it meant that an ordinary citizen trying to find out what his country was up to was out of luck unless they were wealthy and could afford to go to court. That is not why the… Read more »
Arklight
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sam:
How about we prosecute the people who tell the peons to withhold the requested info?

Arklight
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sam:
After thinking it over for a while, I’m more in favor of a fair, but speedy, drum head court, followed immediately by a trip to the gallows. To save time, the trial could be held with the defendant already hooded and noosed. I almost forgot about the sheer volume of defendants to be processed. Sorry.

Hass
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Yep, this month truly is “the beginning of the end” for those Cockroaches.

Go Team Sooriya!!…

Thucydides
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We all need to push more and do our best more to stop the new recruits.
I know what I am doing.
I hope you also know what to do by now.

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Frikka looks to be the lynch pin in defending Idlib and the Al Ghab Plains. Men and material are flooding the area. Could also explain the Zaysoun campaign. Strategic depth to protect Frikka from being outflanked. Looks like a big battle is brewing for control of Idlib and beyond (could see IRGC in action for the first time).

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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God Protects the Syrian Army!

And you brother Viva Syria

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Aussie FM: Rights Groups Covering for Al Qaeda Chem Weapons Posted by GPD on June 6, 2015 Australia’s Foreign Minister: ISIL Using Chlorine as Weapon TEHRAN (FNA) – Takfiri militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) group have used chlorine as a weapon and are recruiting highly trained technicians in a serious bid to develop chemical weapons, Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop warned. In a speech to an international forum of nations that works to fight the spread of such weapons, Bishop said the rise of militant groups such as ISIL, also known as Daish, posed… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Julia Bishop is a zionist whore plain and simple, don’t ever be surprised if she becomes our new prime minister, prefer Malcom Turnbull anyday.

Hass
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Hi Chevi, I’m sure Turnbull will be PM before Bishop. I don’t think she’s PM material, she’s reached her peak, she’ll never go any higher. At least that’s what I think anyway.

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The bitch from Perth has only got the guts to mention it, because the fucking Kurds rang the alarm. She’s a Liberale-Nazionale Partei sow. Are we supposed to believe the Ghouta attacks were ‘crude and small-scale endeavors’? The buggers who trained FSA, Nusra and its cohorts were the English company Britam Defence, contracted by the UK government to ‘train the moderates in handling and disabling chemical weapons’. Yeah, right! Out terrorist-in-chief is Tony Abbot, PM, who has sent Australian troops to assist ISIS in its banditry. I hope the bastards get caught helping light up IA positions, and are killed.… Read more »
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Thylacine:
I’ve seen nothing on any reliable sites that suggest that ‘the Kurds raised the alarm’. I’m not taking the testimony of a politician of such ill repute as being truth. It’s rather odd, I think, that people who know the source start squawking like parrots repeating BS from proven liars.

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Read trhe comment again, especially the last par.
It’s not that it is reliable, it is that it did not derive from a SYRIAN source. These neocons are careful never to refer to anything outside the Zio press, as evidence.
Watch, learn — and don’t be a galah.

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Thylacine:
Oh, my – – aren’t we touchy? I’m sorry, but I quite often read your posts two-three times in order to establish a reasonably linear statement but if you’re offended,at a general observation about parrots which did not specify that I thought you were one of them, that’s fine, I’ll just skip over your posts in future.
Regards,
Arkight

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The Tide Is Turning, Heil Syria…

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https://twitter.com/archicivilians/status/607250112566288387 http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=ac9_1433593857 allepo is about to be cut off from supply i am afraid some of the reporting around here is in error. as usual what do we see? the grand army of the syrians running like dogs and being shot up like fish in a barrel on the idlib latakia highway. and get this. the commanders jumped in available cars and other vehicles and left their men in the field and ran for their lives. this sounds like a army in disarray. ladies and gentlemen. i am certainly no war expert obviously. but what we see is a group… Read more »
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You are obviously not an expert in anything. Who is shooting fish? In a barrel?

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Nobilitatis:
‘Shooting fish in a barrel’ is a slang expression meaning ‘easy meat’.

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Anonymous said:

”and get this. the commanders jumped in available cars and other vehicles
and left their men in the field and ran for their lives”

I doubt it very much any such event happened.

The last time an SAA so called commander [sic] went AWOL was 4.5 years ago when the insurrection started and they bailed to the FSA to become the traitors, they were then and any surviving are.

No SAA commander has left his troops under fire and escaped since then, Zero………..None…….Nil…….Zilch……..Nada.

FSA or Isil on the other hand?????

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Anon:
You’re giving us a headache. Take a powder, and disappear.

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مراسلنا | #درعا : لحظة سقوط البراميل المتفجرة على مدينة #الحراك 6-6-2015 – Daraa, Al-harrak

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lgBaMxq8A00

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Adebisi
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Here are some real updates from Sham. Big advances for the Muslims in idlib. The Syrian Alawite Army (SAA) are pushed back and have only a very small part of the whole province under their occupation. Any thoughts of this Safavid reinforcement being part of an attack force is laughable, the assadites are all but finished in idlib govt! Al-hasakah – anger from the Kurds, they feel that the alawites are gonna sell them out. Don’t be surprised if the Kurds launch an attack on the assadites! More horrific examples of the cruelty of the regime. 42 Muslim civilians have… Read more »
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Hi Adebisi,

i dont think anyone here laughts at murdered civilians.

Do you also complain about the 10 000s of innocent civilians killed by your blasphemers in black, the rabbit front al-Nusra or FSA or other paid fools? If you dont why would someone here take your words serious?

cheers
J

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I’m afraid you are incorrect my friend. I have witnessed some of your fellow assadites openly laughing and joking about the barrel bombs. They seem to find this particular means of death very amusing. There are some here who are just racist, Muslim hating, thugs. Not all, of course, some of you are just blinded by propaganda and believe all rebels are evil terrorists. I hate the death of any innocent including those trapped in regime occupied areas. The Muslims do not deliberately target civilians. The takfiris of ISIS I condem them for the transgressions they have committed but remember… Read more »
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If Assad steps down the whole system collapses, like Libya, like Iraq, its always the same silly tactic to destroy Arab country after Arab country.

If you want to decide who takes the presidence office you run in elections, you join political partys, you do oppositional work with peace and arguments and dialogue, you know like civilised people do.

If you want to take powers in this country just because you terrify people and got Zionist sponsored weapons you are an enemy to Syria and its people.

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Anon:
An enemy only to Syria and its people? Don’t be so parochial; the creatures behind all of this are the mortal enemies of every decent person upon the planet, Syria and Iraq are only the current obvious target.

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Zionist cock sucking usefull idiots have to be sent to hell

The stupid morons who do the dirty work for the zionists have to be sent to hell

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Ha! My friend with no name, I don’t know if you are the same no name as the others I have addressed or not?

Revolution will always come when people have enough of tyranny.

Please tell me about the thriving political culture in assadite Syria, and explain how the people could have done as you suggest and simply used democratic politics to get rid of assadites.

Also please tell me about how Baathists took power in Syria and Iraq. I’m sure it was very civilised.

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I guess they joke about barrel bombs because they are a weapon like many others in a war. They are cheap and thats why they are used. Modern warmongers try to make costs for their enemies as high as they can and barrel bombs are too cheap and too easy to produce so they must be ousted. Well the same goes for civilians trapped in terrorist ah rebel controlled areas. As AQI send their blasphemers to create the rabbit front al-Nusra they have been welcomed by your rebels in Syria so you have to take responsibility for their inhumane acts… Read more »
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Hello mr J, the watcher, thank you for your reply. As you have taken the time to give a thoughtful comment I have given your remarks some consideration. I’m sure you won’t be surprised, however, that I disagree with you. The jokes about barrels are indicative of the mentality of some of the commentators, their hatred of Muslims, and pleasure in our sorrow, and show the cruelty of their nature. These bombs have little military purpose, they are targeted in the vast majority of cases at civilians, and are intended to terrify civilians and break their morale and support for… Read more »
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Hi Adebisi, i will comment here as i cannot reply to your last reply as the system Ziad uses allows only a certain amout of replies to a post. I dont think its better to get hit by a drone strike, a scud missile, an artillery piece, a mortar, grad rockets or other weapons. The result is the same. I understand the idea that once Assad is gone all will be good. I however disagree and say that if you dont work on yourselfe you will just need another outside enemy to fight or to blame if he is gone.… Read more »
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Excellent comment Watcher.

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And you claim to be ‘highly” intelligent, lmfao, what muslims? they are ISIS or al-nusrah but soon to be steak for the bears and food for the wildlife as well as fertiliser for the vegetation, so let’s play a game, it’s called fuck off, you can go first.

How old are you son? 15? 16? i can tell you are quite young by your posts.

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No my friend, I said that I am considered by those who know me as being of above average intelligence. I wouldn’t be so presumptive to say I’m “highly” intelligent.

I am much older than you guess. I am twice as old in fact!

However, I think you are just joking. As you can see from the good standard of my written English I have been well educated.

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I am not an “assadite” but anyway I think that this “barrel bombs” are doing a great job. 1) I am sure that the Syrian military is assessing targets before they bomb something. The islamic driven militants are attacking the Syrian gouvernment everywhere they can and it is simple logic that they attack whatever is a threat and not the Syrian citizens who were unfortunate enough to fall into that form of islamic rule. 2) The so called civilians happen always to be muslims and innocent. In a country with mixed inhabitants it gives us evidence that they are in… Read more »
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In Major Escalation, Yemen Rebels Fire Missiles Into Saudi Arabia at King Halid Air Force Base The scud, which apparently targeted the city of Khamis Mushait in southwest Saudi Arabia, was intercepted by two Patriot missiles. “At 2:45am on Saturday morning, the Houthi militias and ousted [president] Ali Abdullah Saleh launched a Scud missile in the direction of Khamees al-Mushait, and praise be to God, the Royal Saudi air defences blocked it with a Patriot missile,” a statement said. Khamis Mushait is home to the US-desiged and constructed King Khalid Air Force base, from which airstrikes on Houthi positions have… Read more »
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More evidence of regime policy of targeting innocent civilians who just happen to live in the liberated areas. The regime is deliberately attacking residential areas and then follows up those attacks by targeting hospitals and medical facilities that treat the victims of the attacks. Cruelly, the regime times their attacks on the hospitals very carefully, giving enough time for the injured from attacks on residential areas time to get to the medical centres! Salem hospital in idlib city is repeatedly targeted and was forced to stop operations this week as the bombs fell. In idlib, these hospitals have been attacked,… Read more »
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All satanic salafist muslims must be died, even you Adebisi, and go to the HELL

Adebisi
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That is unkind my friend with no name. We Muslims, who consider ourselves salafist are not evil people. Some are good, some are bad, just like everybody else. You should not hate so much.

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Whoa hang on a minute, so there is good and bad in all faiths but for some reason all shia and alawi are all bad? And then this little fk says at the end ” you shouldn’t hate so much” i mean fkn WOW, and yet he spills hate for non-salafists. your brain has not developed yet boy, you are only 15-16 i can tell.

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Chevi”
The bad in the takfirs is reflected in all the do, the good is limited to what they become. Fertilizer.

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No, no, mr chevi, my friend you misunderstand.

I have said it before but maybe you missed it so I’ll say it again. When Syria is liberated and rid of Baathists, nusayri sectarian tryants and so on, we will see the Muslims found a tolerant Islamic state based on the principles of justice and honor.

Disbelievers, including alawites, shias, christians etc, will be permitted to live in sham as before with their families, properties and honor protected by the Muslims.

Only those who have committed crimes against the Muslims will have anything to fear.

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The Jewish impostor impersonates an al Qaida member.
Knowing that they destroyed so many hospitals – we do not forget Jisr al Shogur – and knowing that no army would target civilians while they are under attack from fighters I continue to cheer:

Yeah! Barrel bombs! More! More!!!!!

The logic is clear. BECAUSE “Adebisi” is complaining about it it must be hitting the takfiris group where it hurts. And that is great.
We do not forget about indiscriminate shelling of civilian quarters that follow the gouvernment.
We will fight against anyone who wants politics based on religion. Especially the salafi slave branch.

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You Salafist MONKEYS run around all day cutting heads off anyone who isn’t a smelly, dirty salafists(exept Israelis of course) yet you have the gumption to tell others not to “hate so much”??? Go strap a bomb to your self and have a premature accident you goat fucking retard.

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I’m your enemy, with a name. If I stood before you, it would be with a stockwhip to flog your hide. As Chevi notes, you are either retarded, or an ignorant youth. Take your hand off it, and buzz off back to your schoolbooks — you are changing no minds here. Don’t bother with your religious rants. Your Prophet [PBOH] is long gone. You, in your perversity, choose the least-credible scribblers across Muslim history to justify your sick bigotries. Bigots are doomed. The future will be shared by tolerant people, and this war is a strange filter to remove barbaric… Read more »
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Thylacine:
A ‘strange filter’ indeed, but it works.

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Hello my enemy, how are you? I am happy to talk to you and I do not take offence to your brutish ways. I really do feel I am turning some heads on here with my remarks but no everyone’s, certainly not yours it seems. Oh well you can’t win em all. I have already made a pledge to one of your fellow assadites (I forget which one, you all blur into one sometimes) that I will leave these shores for good when the Syrian Alawite Army (SAA) takes jisr al-shughoor and occupies it. Your hero zaid the nusayri has… Read more »
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”Hello my enemy, how are you?”

Hello Mentat.

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Adebisi is no Muslim; he pretends to be one. Isn’t it indicative how Sunni-extremist make public calls for genocide of other minorities and other peoples; they destroy mosques, shrines, massacre priests and nuns, enslave women and children, and then, they complain when they get destroyed in return.

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Lamentable ….; A Hasaka, the Kurdish leader says they will defend only territories under their contrôle. They observe the fighting but they will not help ASA and NDF against ISIS. For him ISIS and ASA are enemies.

Adebisi
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It is only a matter of time before the regime forces are defeated here. The Kurds on social media are reporting that YPG militia expects the takfiris to advance on them within hours.

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There is NO future for the Kurds.
You can not make deals or peace with the bankers and their “useful idiots” from the Cia, Mossad, Mi6. The YPG Kurds will be used and later on crushed by the Turks. Their mistake. Choose your friends wisely. They did not.

“The righteous should choose his friends carefully,
For the way of the wicked leads them astray.” Proverbs 12:26

“He who walks with wise men will be wise,
But the companion of fools will be destroyed.” Proverbs 13:20

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”The Kurds have no friends but the mountains”
— old saying. It has a ring to it.

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Wtf. Adebsi says the regime forces are going to crushed then tells us ISIS is heading for the kurds , lmao you are definately a 16yo you monkey.

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Hey INBRED SHLOMOS prepare yourselves

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVuP6a_R0RE

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Freiheit:
If you have reliable sources with which to back up your screed, just wheel ’em on out here – – otherwise, just drop it.

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The racist abomination evil monster Israel – 06-06-2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PG8SI_9xaLY

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Idleb – SAA recaptures Zayzoon, Marj Al-zouhour and Tal Aawar

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zxgpkrc7vqo

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Btw, noticed no one has picked this up, whats with the F16 with Syrian airforce insignia on it.

Chevi789

Arklight
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Chevi:
Photoshop.

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Latest from the battle fields in Suria: 1) ISIS offensive to Hasaka lost momentum and they have lost control of all what they gained in the last 7 days, the Syrian defenses are very strong now and expect a huge setback for ISIS if Syria decides to go in the offensive. 2) Heard many at Syrper sharing poison on the Kurds in Hasaka, most do not really understand the balance there, yes it is true the Kurds did not not jump to support Syria in that specific battle, the negotiations were tough and Syria did not accept the terms for… Read more »
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Canthama:
Americans are beginning to say, ‘It’s not right vs. left, it’s us vs. them.’ It really makes the establishment pols nervous.

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Hassaka the Army gains control over al-Majbal-Zafti,over Magbaret al Shouhada and al-Aleya village..http://breakingnews.sy/en/breakingnews/40649.html
also gains controll over al-Watwatya village and al-Heraj al-Zerale center.. http://breakingnews.sy/en/breakingnews/40647.html
the Army establishes full control over electricity station and al-Ahdath Najheen istitution..http://breakingnews.sy/en/breakingnews/40645.html
Canthama not pay attention what are the Kurds doing .. the Kurds have taken promises from Turkey and US.. They have the common policy with the FSA and in many places they fight together ..

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Exactly. We must not forget that the Kurds have made a covenant with the FSA in some localities. The Kurds do not fight for Syria but for their own independent state. We can understand this. It is normal that each peoplen wants to have his own Nation. I have always regretted that the Syrian state has not promised to the Kurds a very broad autonomy and form a powerful fighting force in northern Syria. It was sad to see FSA groups fought alongside the Kurds in Kobanî. And never the army and the Syrian aviation have rescued Kurdish. But we… Read more »
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There are 3 territories where the Kurds maintain different level of autonomy in Syria (not counting Sheik Massoud which is only a part of Aleppo City) – Afrin, Kobane and Quamishli (Hasaka). None of them declared independence from Syria but an unclear autonomy within Syria. None of the YPGs were fighting with any of the neighboring groups against the Syrian gouvernment. The agreement with the “FSA”-groups is essentially the same like with the Syrian gouvernment – respect our autonomy, if you attack us we fight back. Each of the Kurdish territories faced different challenges and reacted on that. I would… Read more »
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Nob, very reasonable and rational explantion, fully concur, thank you. I keep saying that we basically do not know what goes on in the backstage between Syria and the Syrian Kurds. We hear a lot of bragging from all sides, some without bad intentions but only guessing, other with bad intentions to provoke issues. The fact is Syria is not at war with the Kurds and allowed them freedom during this conflict to do as they wished, though cooperation is punctual, in some places vital, such as Al Zahra and Nubl, where Syrians get food supplies from the Kurds, in… Read more »
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Thank you.
I might add that the future developments of this issue are also tied to the situation in Turkey. One reason is the ideological closeness to the Kurdish underground in Turkey (PKK and PYD are similar – but not the same!) and a radically changed treatment of the Kurdish issue in Turkey would open the want of cross-border cooperation on many issues. If that does not happen it could go the opposite way. 😉

M
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These are the “peaceful people” the Serbia was fighting against in Bosnia and on Kosovo.
http://rt.com/news/265483-isis-video-balkans-jihad/

M
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New website (more “mobile friendly”)

http://worldconflictsresearch.t83.net/#/world-map/4589609227

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US airforce is outright attacking the Iraqi army – US Warplanes Strike Iraqi Army Bases in Fallujah, Kill 6 Soldiers http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940316001210 Sat Jun 06, 2015 6:2 TEHRAN (FNA)- Fighter jets of the US-led coalition against ISIL once again struck the Iraqi forces’ positions in the province of Anbar, in Western Iraq, on Saturday. The US-led coalition warplanes hit the bases of Iraqi army’s Hezbollah battalions in Fallujah in Anbar province, killing 6 soldiers and injuring 8 others. In early May, the anti-ISIL coalition forces struck the position of Iraq’s popular forces near Baghdad, killing a number of volunteer forces. The… Read more »
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all bullshit……thread after thread….. link after link…..day after day….

LOL

League Of Liars

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McCohen? … Tel Aviv’s agent in bonny Scotland?
Do they pay you in shekels or ‘groats?’

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I am a grandmaster propaganda.
But you are an idiot.
https://youtu.be/VxnegxNEDAc
George Bush junior, catapult the propaganda.

“Strategic PSYOP proved to be the instrument through which the U.S. and Coalition Forces were successfully able to isolate the enemy (Iraq, Libya, Yemen, Iran) and deny him acceptance by the world community.”

– General Carl Stiner, Former CINCSOC

We already prevented them from repeating this towards Syria.

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Prof. Henry Veltmeyer: Anti-Imperialism Is in the Ascendancy http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940316001360 Sun Jun 07, 2015 8:0 TEHRAN (FNA)- Prof. Henry Veltmeyer, a professor of sociology and international development studies, tells Fars News Agency that more nations are going to resist the imperial dominance of the United States and other colonial powers. Prof. Henry Veltmeyer says the social movements that have anti-imperialism at their core are rising and growing across the world, especially in Latin America. According to Prof. Veltmeyer, who has studied the sociopolitical developments of the Latin America extensively, even the close allies of the United States in this region, including… Read more »
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SAA waste disposal has been busy – 99 Terrorists Killed by Syrian Army http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940316001259 Sat Jun 06, 2015 7:56 TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army killed tens of terrorists in heavy clashes in different parts of Syria, the Syrian Human Rights Observatory announced on Saturday, while dozens more were killed in infighting among rival terrorist groups. “A sum of 99 militants from different terrorist groups were killed across Syria on Friday,” the Arabic-language Al-Ahd news website said citing a statement by the observatory. Meantime, tens of ISIL terrorists were killed or held captive during the clashes among rival terrorist groups in… Read more »
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I got 99 problems but a rat ain’t one!

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Yemeni armed forces have also been busy – Yemeni Army Fires 80 Missiles at Saudi Military Positions in Jizan http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940316001240 Sat Jun 06, 2015 7:50 TEHRAN (FNA)- The Yemeni army and popular forces hit Saudi Arabia’s Jizan border region with tens of missiles on Saturday. The Yemeni forces fired at least 80 missiles against the Saudi army’s positions in Jizan region. There are still no reports on the extent of the Saudi casualties in the border areas. The attack came after Saudi warplanes pounded the areas of Bani Sayah and Sahar in Sa’ada province and claimed the lives of more… Read more »
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Thanks for the FARS reports DT. Most of us check FARS regularly. The links would have been enough, though.

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OMG this is sooo funny. US is bombing IS in Sawran and SAA is bombing JN in Mare and A’zaz! It’s like US bombs IS to help JN and then SAAF bombs JN to “correct” the things!

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M:
A dollar to a foughnut says US bombs in Syria fall on Syrian infrastructure and citizens, while Syrian bombs fall on wats, accompanied by the fervent hope that there are some Americans in the mix as well.

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m …….it is all bullshit

it is funny as in

lol

league of liars

pass it on

LOL

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More news from Iraq; coalition shelled (bombed) IA headquarters, Fallujah;
http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/coalition-warplane-shelled-iraqi-armys-headquarters-fallujah-14-casualties/

Or not?
http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/coalition-forces-deny-bombing-iraqi-armys-headquarters-fallujah/

And the Captagon also says that Iraqi forces will retake Ramadi, after awhile – – http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/pentagoniraqi-forces-will-defeat-isis-ramadi-return-water-euphrates/

As to the last, the fewer American are about, the faster the re-liberation will go. In my opinion, of course.

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