QALAMOON FALLING TO THE SYRIAN ARMY; ALQAEDA SUFFERING IN QUNAYTRA

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QALAMOON:  It had to happen sooner or later.  The terrorists who relied on the NATO organization and regional powers for money, weapons and logistics got a bad taste of how tedium and failure can create treachery and dissimulation.  Oh, it’s everywhere now.  The ISIS rats are leaving their positions in Aleppo in order to reinforce at their “capital” Al-Raqqa.  According to reports, whole packs of rodents are dropping their heavier weapons at Al-Manbij and Jaraablus in order to lighten their loads as they hurry to their deaths in the east.  This means that Nusra is freer to act in areas north of Aleppo, right?  Wrong.  The Syrian Army, now bolstered by over 20,000+ volunteers from various nations like Iran and Afghanistan, and over 25,000 Druze fighters, and a reported 40,000 new recruits in the PDC and Ba’ath Party militias, have the manpower to move in and crush Alqaeda, once and for all.

Erdoghan is in a real mess now.  The 3 other parties are negotiating an arrangement for a new coalition government devoid of anything to do with the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated party led by Erdoghan.  If he is left out in the cold, it will get hotter as more and more investigations and indictments come down against him for his support of internationally recognized terrorist groups. He has no friends left.

 

Qurnat Waadi Al-Maghaarra:  Another strategic site has been taken over by the SAA and HZB after intense fighting lasting over 5 hours on Wednesday.  The site is a part of the Al-Jaraajeer Foothills.  All rodents in the ISIS group were killed.  None tried to surrender.  And they were all dispatched to their hellish father, Satan.  According to Monzer, early reports indicated 57 killed with all weapons taken in usable condition for distribution to our new militias.  In addition to this, the SAA has now absolute control over the Al-Maghaarra Crossing which ISIS used to use to reinforce and resupply its rat cadres from the ‘Arsaal region of Lebanon.

 

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QUNAYTRA:  If the Zionist Settler State dreamt of some new buffer zone policed by its newly-found friends in Alqaeda, it had better sink its head in some ice water.  That’s right, folks, the entire plan is falling apart.  Thanks to Alqaeda’s massacre of 20 Druze villagers in Qalb Al-Lawza near Idlib and the completely misguided assault on the Al-Tha’lah base by ISIS in Al-Suwaydaa`, the Druze population of both Syria and Lebanon (and even Palestine) is now off the fence and on the side of the Syrian army.

 

سيطرة جيش سوريا والمقاومة على مرتفعات ستراتيجية بالقلمون

Jibaataa Al-Khashab:  A pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed.  4 killed.  No other details.

 

Saheetaa:  Another pickup with 23mm cannon confirmed disabled by SAA artillery with scores killed or wounded.  The usual ambulances taking wounded rats to Zionist rat hospitals were seen deliberately avoiding Druze villages.

 

Ufaaniyaa:  Another (Phew!) pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed and its passengers rendered into cornmeal mush.  No other details.

 

Mas-hara and Umm Baatina: SAA artillery pounded rat positions in preparation for an assault that will come during the next 3 days, maybe.

 

Taranjaa and Al-Hameediyya:  SAA artillery and SAAF sorties slammed the huddled rats without respite.  No other details.

 

Dead rats announced by rat websites:

Muhammad Al-Naasser (Nusra leader)

“Abu Hassan Al-Jinaani” (leader of Liwaa` Ahfaad Al-Rasool)

Khaleel Ibraaheem Al-‘Aamir

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Moonofalabama hits the right note with this analysis of Druze involvement:

http://www.moonofalabama.org/2015/06/israel-plan-to-steal-more-syrian-land-runs-into-trouble.html


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Johnny
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Keep up the pressure.

david
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the article says the syrian army is approx 200,000? quite sizable when you take into account another 100,000 militias and volunteers. the attack on the druze has backfired massively. the cavemen could not control their primitive instincts to kill defenceless people. and they are the hunted ones now. the israeli support for the terrorists known for ages is now becoming common knowledge even among the semi retarded american general public. the plan is turning to shit

Llewellyn
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David, I’ve stated B4 on this site, the avg American citizen isn’t as naive as you would think. Politicians are another story entirely though. This survey was just published today: A trio of newly released surveys contain a surprising combined result: When voters from politically divergent states of Oklahoma (very red), Virginia (swing) and Maryland (very blue) are given the same information about the Iran deal, the vast majority in each state support the same position. More than seven in 10 registered voters in each state said the U.S. should pursue a deal allowing Iran to enrich some uranium, according… Read more »
Anonymous
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I wonder: Why doesn’t SAA have the ability to call in CAS when they come across the enemy? Imagine if SAA had the ability to call the pilot directly and say: “We are right here longitude/latitude, and we marked the area with yellow smoke grenade. The enemy is hiding 50 meters north from where the yellow smoke is”

Hopefully more pressure is exerted on Latakia and the significant Al Rastan – Houla pocket north of Homs.

Ivan from Serbia
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They are able to call in CAS. The problem is 90% of the Syrian air force doesn’t have precision strike capability. It isn’t even economically efficient for them to use precision munitions because its costs much more then unguided munitions, and lets not forget Syria is broke so it can’t really afford anything. Still once in a while they do call it in and even sometimes precision strikes, but overall it is not enough. Syrian air force is an old Soviet style air force. You are trying to put their doctrine on par with that of the US military. They… Read more »
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MI6
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10,000 Islamists overran the entire Idlib province. The rebels were basically light infantry supported by minimal artillery, armor and suicide bombers (with tremendous effect). Ziad’s claims of 35,000 troops descending on Palmyra are pure fiction. A force of this size would easily overwhelm the 1,000 to 2,000 IS troops in the Palmyra region. So why are they stalled outside Palmyra allowing IS to build up its defenses in Palmyra? Palmyra has strategic value as it is part of the link between Damascus and Deir Ezzor. Retaking Palmyra also provides additional defense to the crucial oil and gas fields situated nearby… Read more »
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Ya, I tend to agree with you in this one. I come to this site for the occasional morale boost, but I take most of what is said with a grain of salt. I completely support Ziad for his love of Syria and I completely support the Syrian Government in their fight against terrorism, but sometimes there’s just an inkling of embellishment in Ziad’s choice of numbers, words and phrasing 😉

GCG
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So there is “just an inkling of embellishment” yet “you take MOST of what is said with a grain of salt”???? Look if you are going to reinforce a Troll by impersonating someone acting like an unbiased casual reader, you at least need to do a better job as a Troll-along. Your reaction to embellishment, which could be interpreted as word play but factual by any unbiased or objective reader, which you claim to be and certainly when juxtiposed against any news source you care to provide (we are waiting with bated breath) as a more acurate and verifiable source,… Read more »
david
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palmyra is now being deserted by isis according to press tv.

Nobilitatis
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First they ruin the ruins and now they desert the desert!

ziad
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i have not heard of this and i constantly check ptv,,do you have a direct link to this news please?

R
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You make some good points–BUT here is an ARTICLE in Fars News TODAY that dispute some of your points in reguard’s to Tadmor/Palmyra and point to ZIAD’S info (troop numbers aside) as spot on. http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940403000972 Wed Jun 24, 2015 4:44 Report: ISIL Planning to Withdraw from Palmyra TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL Takfiri terrorist group plans to immediately retreat from the ancient city of Palmyra (Tadmor in Arabic language) in Central Syria. “By withdrawing from Tadmor, the ISIL intends to strengthen its forces in Reqqa as it is LOSING the war to the Syrian army in the Northern province,” the Arabic-language… Read more »
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Great article but I would like to point out some discrepancies. If IS is pulling its forces from Palmyra, because of the developments in Ar-Raqqa province, this is not the doing of the SAA. It is the YPG/FSA that is pressuring IS in Raqqa province and threatening the de facto capital of IS, Ar- Raqqa City. Virtually all reports indicate there is minimal to no SAA presence in Ar-Raqqa province. It makes sense that IS would pull back forces to defend its capital. IS seems to repeatedly overstretch their lines, but, IS also has remarkable resiliency and, in this age… Read more »
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THANKS FOR LOOKING AT THE ARTICLE-MI6– HOWEVER it is not WHO is defeating them but the fact is they are getting beat–and they need reinforcements. YPG-Kurds-FSA–HAS CUT OFF their supply lines to Raqqa,In ADDITION they discovered a tunnel from Turkey into Syria @400/600 meters long thru which the fighters were crossing……….so ot looks like they are between a rock and a hard place as where to die. —————————————————————————————————- Great article but I would like to point out some discrepancies. If IS is pulling its forces from Palmyra, because of the developments in Ar-Raqqa province, this is not the doing of… Read more »
FHTEX
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Actually, I think that perhaps the attacks in Idlib and Palmyra and in the south may have been a last gasp effort on the part of the jihadists. They are almost gone in Lebanon and their attacks in the south were failures for them at great cost. Now, ISIS is pulling back and it seems the SAA and its allies are strengthening in Idiib. You have to remember a lot of groups were on the fence in the war, including the Syrian Kurds, Druze and even some Christians early on. That has all changed, as has the expanded will of… Read more »
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MI6: YPG and partners have had a good few days, and that’s great, but now they have the task of cleaning up the black and green cow flop inside their lines. The Kurds don’t normally leave live enemies to their rear, which has paid off for them in the long run. It appears that SAA will be working the Palmyra-DZ M20 corridor, and one hopes that nobody in Damascus will play Whack-A-Mole by rushing their best troops all over the place, as has been a trademark in the past. Well, We’ll see.

the Thylacine
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Much as I regard you as a sleeper troll, it is true ISIS can launch surprise attacks, and predict SAA dispositions.
Now, why would that be?
Naturally, ISIS has full access to US satellite data. Everything Yisrail, Saudi and NATO know, ISIS knows. They are getting TOW units with full interactive battlefield comms hooking them up to Pentagon intel.
Gordon Duff spells it out at VT — and it seems there’s a backlash coming from both serving military, and in Congress, where funds are being cut.
http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/06/23/american-terrorism-arming-the-monsters/comment-page-1/#comment-599868

Nobilitatis
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Nay, ISIS has no access to satellite data or US drone surveillance.

They have handlers in multi-communication centers that tell them what to do. Whoever IS leader does not care gets hunted down by coalition aircraft, loses arming, supplies and funding. The handlers in Europe and North Africa will stop sending support troops. They will not be celebrated in the “social” networks. It is twisted but it works.

GCG
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WHO THE HELL ARE YOU??? “POINT OUT DISCREPANCIES”??? You do realize that even if you really were MI6 you are world know as house of liars and killers the whores of Rothchild. If you’re here as them we know its only for propaganda but since you’re not you’re just joe shmoe so why on earth would anyone just take your word for it? The article already contridicts your original statement and they have people on the ground supplying details. Whose your man/woman on the scene?

dudleydoright911
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the kurds don’t need to be all across syria all at once so mocking the SAA by using them is both inaccurate and unwelcome. IF you have access to better information, please leave and go there. Fact is the recent gains by the terrorists have been overseen directly by turkey, and to say it was a light force is deceptive. Given the SAA needs to cover the whole country, the terrorist are obviously using military planning and data from NATO to maximize what they have. With professional military assistance, many VBIEDS, a bottomless pit of AGTM missiles and comparably in… Read more »
MI6
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Dudley Do Wrong, you spout too many unsupported assumptions to address each one. Seems you have better battlefield intel than most intelligence agencies. Good for you LOL. Go back to Game of Thrones where you and Theucydides can “battle” to be the smartest guy in the game.

albator
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Mi6 go back drink your piss fukin hasbara troll

CHEVI789
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I agree dudley, the problem here as far as i can see is this, the SAA are travelling in big groups, the terrorists are traveling in smaller groups, hence why we get reports of 20 here 79 there, i believe that the western spy agencies have made this their routine, use small amounts of terrorists spread throughout the whole of Syria. Now we come to the next problem, i find that the Syrian intelligence is (sorry to say) not as good as i thought it was, this can be overcome by a few ways, the army needs to know how… Read more »
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SAA could use remote controlled small VBIEDS and 2B9 Vasilek mortars in combination. Remote controlled VBIEDS should make the terrorists respond to it revealing their positions, which then 2B9 mortars can neutralize with rapid fire. It’s not to criticize SAA anyway. I’m not an expert in military, but I believe if SAA can fly a drone, then they can deploy a remote controlled VBIED too.

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a: SAA reportedly has drones which they have not been using effectively, if at all. SAA also does not send out patrols, nor set listening posts so IS sneaks up in the night and raises hell. I hope that SAA battlefield doctring has been expanded to include the efficient use of all recon assets, but I guess we’ll see. In my opinion it would save lives on our side and up the price for IS. Just my opinion.

Anonymous
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Ziad obviously lies. He claims that it was Syrian Army taking over Qalamoun, even though Hezbollah is doing all the fighting and Syrian Army has only a supporting role here and there. Hezbollah is using Iranian drones for recon and for launching laser-guided missiles. @Idlib “rebels were basically light infantry” No. They were better equipped than Syrian Army. They had TOW missiles with noctovision. They had Turkish commandos and the full support from Turkey. All the recon from spy planes and satellites. Plus traitor inside Syrian spy agencies and military. @”Kurds swept thru Tal Abyad in 2 days” No, they… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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So, according to you, Turkey asked Kurds to control its border? And Jesus is in charge of hell.

Anonymous
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@Nobilitatis
You are a retarded boy.
This is just unbelievable how illiterate this guy can be.
I say USA forces Turkey to back off on the Kurdish front (with real force!), and the guy can’t comprehend it in his simple mind and thinks “Turkey asked Kurds to control its border”
Can’t help the stupid.

Nobilitatis
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no-name wrote “ISIL units under the direct Turkish control simply retreated.”
So, if the Turkish IS was not defeated Turkey arranged that the Kurds control Tal Abyad.
q.e.d.

If you would have a name you would be a laughing stock. Nobody believes your disinformation.

Anonymous
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@Nobilitatis
Retardation of this guy is legendary.
This guy doesn’t understand anything. Reading comprehension on the level of a kibbutz boy.

Turkish ISIL retreated without a fight. It’s not a defeat in two days. And this was done under pressure from inside and outside Turkey. Understand this boy?
And if Syria retreats from Idlib (without a fight), does that mean Syria wanted Turkey and al Nusra to control its border?
And now you can start thinking. But this will be painful, retard boy.

This is just unbelievable what kind of clowns try to write comments here.

Nobilitatis
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Child, you are a dimwit. Do not talk to adults cause that is not your level. Your level is zero, that is your level of understanding.
It is quite obvious that the Turk do not like the Kurds. So if their hellhound IS runs they are defeated. And if they are not defeated it was ordered without necessity – so it is arranged willfully. The US are a NATO member and Turkey too. USA forces Turkey? Ridiculous. Like Anonymous forced himself to write crap.

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@Nobilitatis My goodness.. What a clown..Seriously.. How stupid one can be? The guy has no shame. he’s been proved to be an illiterate moron, who doesn’t understand what he reads, but he pretends nothing happened. He still tries to chase his tail hoping nobody will notice. @”they are not defeated it was ordered without necessity – so it is arranged willfully” Like to a child: If you are retreating willfully before the battle, you have not been defeated in the battle that had not happened. Do you understand it? That’s simple.. Even to a retard.. So how is it? Now… Read more »
Anonymous
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The funny thing about Jewboys like this Nobilitatis is that they are not friends of Syria. This clown tries to claim indirectly (he has no courage, as a Jew troll) that Turkey doesn’t control ISIL. He claims that USA cannot go against Turkey. USA bombs ISIL to help Kurds.. So Turkey is on the same side and also fights ISIL. That’s the logic of the Jewboy. He also tries to deny any Iran wins. Like he believed that the Saudi Air Force chief died of natural causes.. And many opthers clownish jew-troll tricks he does. So Turkey doesn’t control ISIL… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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Oh, dear. Childs game.
This is not a school so I will not play teacher. But you got everything! wrong. It is not in my power to set all things right in your brain. You have to work on it yourself. Just one thing: IS was forced out. By the Kurds, with or without battle. That is a defeat. IS is supported by Turkey. And covertly by the US and their other allies too. Your milkmaid theory does not work out.

Anonymous
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@Nobilitatis
As usual. The clown is back. He still tries to chase his tail hoping nobody will notice.
And as usual playing childish games and accusing others of it..lol
That’s a chutzpah of a Jew boy.
Tries to play pitiful games to get out of a trap he got himself into, and accuses others of doing it.
That’s a Jew. Pitiful clown who hopes nobody would see his shame.

Nobilitatis
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No-name child: Anything you ever wrote is nonsense. It means there is no sense in it. Look it up in a book.

Arklight
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Nobilitatis: Hey, pretty good! Well played!

dudleydoright911
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Re: Idlib – you mean MI6 the walking ham wallet was wrong? Be still my beating heart.

I don’t have the inside track via intelligence services. However, I don’t get all my information from the charlie charlie challenge while high on paint thinner like he does.

mI6
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Meatstick, aka DDW, better reread the comments. I don’t think anyone said the info I presented was wrong. Unlike you, I don’t make up “facts” or make up ridiculous assumptions where there is no basis. Now be a good Canadian and show your moose some lovin.

dudleydoright911
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Say what you will, but you and the soothsayer you get your bullshit from are best suited for writing romance novels after a couple of bottles of merlot.

With respect to moose, I steer clear of them. At worst I would do to a moose what you would do with one of your jihadi defectors, shoot it and eat it.

p.s. to all syrper readers, this is our dear mi6 after some hair, makeup, and of course photoshop.

http://i.imgur.com/NCx05mK.jpg

Anon
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haha way to go dudley; mock the hasbara homo and he’ll run

MI6
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DDW you are too easy to play with.

Anonymous
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“Ziad obviously lies. He claims that it was Syrian Army taking over Qalamoun, even though Hezbollah is doing all the fighting and Syrian Army has only a supporting role here and there.”

A distinction without a difference. Who gives a fuck? The primary objectve is that the jihadists are eliminated regardless of who is responsible. Garrison the area with either HZ or SAA and move on.

albator
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Anonshit your mother pissrael lie to commander rat.

CHEVI789
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Anon, you are a complete idiot, you basically have the whole of the western nations with the fake arabs supplying intel, weapons, manpower and sophisticated surveylance, against one country, what the fuck did you expect, to me I am thankfully surprised the SAA has even lasted this long and is still going strong.

So in my opinion your “assessment” is nothing but pure rubbish, and here’s a little freedom of speech, fk you and fk off.

Anonymous
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@CHEVI789
Another illiterate. You are using my points while arguing with me…lol
What an idiot…
That was my point that Syria fights more powerful enemies.
Can you people read with comprehension here?
lol

CHEVI789
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It is the way you wrote it, people can interpret things differently. If youa re with the SAA then sorry, if not, well then you know why i would say.

Thucydides
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Thucydides

The war in Syria will end instantly when London gets destroyed by a nuclear weapon.
It is a dreary chain of causality.
I am patiently waiting for it.

https://youtu.be/w6oZuj3Hgb4
Carl Sagan, Nuclear war, Genies of Death.

FHTEX
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There you go again with your nuclear war. No need–London will be decimated once all the petrodollars are pulled from it, which may be sooner rather than later.

Thucydides
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You underestimate the bankers.
They do not rely on a “petro dollar”.
Even the whole USA, it’s military and it’s people would be sacrificed by them.
They have a big plan. Anyone, any country, and currency is expendable to their big plan.

GCG
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on the other hand, there is reality news. You tell us what’s not so why don’t you tell us what is? I’ll tell you why…because on the other hand there is everyday verifiable reality news.

Takfiri = Israel's Zombies
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Takfiri = Israel's Zombies

The Ridiculous Nature of Saudi Intelligence: What the Saudi Cables Released by WikiLeaks Say and Don’t Say

Saudi Arabia Finances Most of Israel’s Weapons Build-Up Against Iran

http://www.globalresearch.ca/region/middle-east

Hannibal
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Interesting article ob ISIS

Hannibal
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Arklight
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Hannibal: Interesting article.

Anonymous
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He already said that, you stupid pig.

Arklight
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Hey! Anon Numbah Huckin’ Ten! Why don’t you crawl back up yo mama’s hoo ha so she can have an abortion, and you will never exist.?

Queen o bama
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Great news Ziad .Momentum very much on your side Also i picked this up from pro Syrian social media

RAMALLAH, West Bank — The Fatah movement and Syria have opened a new chapter of bilateral relations and have agreed upon the reopening of the Fatah movement’s offices in Damascus, although particulars have yet to be worked out.

Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2015/06/palestine-fatah-syria-regime-relations-refugees-delegation.html#ixzz3dzp6rjwo

viva Syria

DaGenerallion
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If the ( 3 other parties ) can form a coalition government in Turkey it will be great news for Syria as at least 2 of them have stated they want to bring about normal relaitions with the Syrian government .Erdragon is the main reason this war has gone on for so long and I do not think he will give up easily ,Turkey could explode into conflict itself with its many factions and ethnic/religious divides .

Queen o bama
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I get the feeling where Erdoghan is concerned that if he is ousted then he has no future in Turkey as an x politician Which he will be well aware of , and like a cornered rat will strike out

Like you i have the feeling he won’t go quietly A trouble maker in Qatar is the best he can hope for in the event of his ouster

Rolf Gunnarson
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No , he wont live that long if he becomes irrelevant in Turkey, they will take him out, he knows too much. They dont like loose ends especially with the Clintons and Bushes runnng for elections in the US, hillary will now leave no loose end loose. Just like Ron Brown.

Queen o bama
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I said he has no chance of being an x politician in Turkey As it stands the axe is poised
The only future I see him is either going to Qatar and living in exile Or to hell Hopefully the latter

Arklight
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Queen: Rolf has a point If he gets the boot, his only hope for survival is to put everything and everyone he knows, or knows about, on disc, makes hundreds of copies, and get as many of them as he can into secure stewardship in the event there is some unfortunate, fatal, incident. Between the Clintons and the Bushes, loose ends become dead ends, very rapidly.

Paul
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Baku is looking better and better. But is it really possible for a coalition in Ankara of the other parties? I know Americans talk about the alliance between preachers and illegal moonshiners, but still.

Hannibal
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Some ideas for discussion. First,I do not believe that the SAA will regain control of the entire country if the USA and western countries do not stop their support(direct and indirect through turks and gulf arabs).Syria of the 2010 is gone .The syrians may try to create a new smaller syria (west of the country),that resembles the old syria.The war has shown that many people in the east and north of syria,esp the countryside are deeply sectarian and did not believe in the old secular syria. In this case, the better alternative,would be to have the more secular kurds try… Read more »
Anonymous
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Iraq, Syria, Iran and Turkey nobody wants a Kurdistan and will do everything against it. All these “Kurdish regions” in Syria like Hasakeh had no single Kurds there just a couple of decades ago. Syrians wont allow the seperation of there land. Besides of that, Turkdy is the lifeline of Al Qaida, Daesh and the other militant groups. If Erdogan is not able to form a coalition and Erdogan itself is taken out of the equation, the whole support for the terrorists is going to fall apart like a house of cards. If the new Turkish Government do not support… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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The Kurds are native people of Iranian descent and were there before the Arabian conquest. They are known as being the leaders in their own power in for example Mossul and Aleppo. The best known example being the famous Saladin who expelled the crusaders from most of the holy land. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurds Can you give ANY source of your ridiculous claims? It is this hostile behaviour that may force the Kurds of Syria to form “Kurdistan” just to feel protected from invading Arabs that claim the very land they are living on today. Thought that the Kurds have an aggressive history… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Hannibal, only time will tell and i cannot rubbish your post as none of us have a crystal ball, we will see, but i will be investing in Syria when this is all over, WW3 is inevitable so it won’t only be Syria who will get decimated.

Saladin
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That the Druze population would actively support the SAA and Syrian government is some of the best news I’ve heard in a while. Perhaps the Kurds will get the message.

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The Kurds have their own agenda. Still don’t get that fact?

Thucydides
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They are double agents fooling the CIA and London bankers.

Penny
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Hey Ziad, stop by my place
check out the latest- check out the maps of airstrikes
the strikes tell us a truth- one that can’t be spun away by disinfo agents

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Penny i don’t know enough about the Kurds to understand the grand plan if they indeed have one As you’ve intimated they have, and it’s one that takes in the resources of certain countries A lot of people who came on here in the early days thought the Kurds would probably be the group with most to gain in a future Syria, and would emerge as semi autominal state They may have more ambition with NATO support now. I simply don’t know But it’s not the only area where the opposition are taking a hammering though , it’s one thing… Read more »
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Queen: Well said, well done.

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Kurds are fighting for Kurdistan and not for a united Syria.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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ISIS is not dead, but their current situation is serious, either they re think their positioning or they will desappear as fast as they appeared last year. Should either ISIS loose Palmyra in a battle or leave it to strengthen Raqqa, they will show their weakness to all, besides Ramadi will also fall soon. The clock is ticking for ISIS in Mosul and Der Ez zor, time for Syrian forces to push hard and capture as much ground as possible, before rats or Kurds take it. Go SAA!

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It’s too late, the kurds have taken a long corridor from Erbil to Eufrates, obviously whit israeli-american support. All the things necessary to establish a independent state are in the desk, the jews homossexual Yinon-plan always was balkanize Syria and it will be done whatever happens. The 30000 iranian soldiers are only a fantasy in Ziad’s mind. In the northern front ISIS continues advancing easily, since Idlib was taken and only the kurds-FSA( or american commandos) are grabing all land they can to, in a posterior situation, negociate their independence in possesion of oil fields. Assad cant solve this trap… Read more »
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Canthama ISIS bubble has well and truly burst its just a matter of time before it dies if you remember Solanis statement about the world would be shocked soon and everybody seemed to think he was talking about Idleb well the shock is coming its RAQQA!!!!!

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.S. military pays Syrian rebels up to $400 per month: Pentagon “Syrian rebels receiving U.S. military training to battle Islamic State militants are being paid $250 to $400 per month, depending on their skills, performance and leadership position, the Pentagon said on Monday.” http://news.yahoo.com/u-military-pays-syrian-rebels-400-per-month-213341482.html?soc_src=mediacontentstory&soc_trk=tw “Similar programs have also gone awry. U.S.-trained Iraqi forces notoriously cowered in the face of ISIS soldiers in Mosul, abandoning their posts. In the midst of the conflict, weapons supplied to “U.S. allies” have wound up in the hands of ISIS due to similar Iraqi retreats.” http://theantimedia.org/u-s-military-admits-to-paying-syrian-fighters/ And the Pentagram also gives the ISIS free Toyota… Read more »
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All planed by the CIA, MI6, Mossad and other western intelligence agencies to arm their proxy.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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ISIS received some good news when their Caucasus brethren swore allegiance to Al-Baghdadi. Hardly surprising given that Russia and Syria are in the forefront of confronting ISIS and their foreign handlers. This can only spur Russia to redouble its effort in Syria and beyond to crush ISIS and their allies.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Rusia is controlled by zionists. Putin and Lavrov are agents at the service of NWO. The only true allies of Syria are Irak, Iran and part of Lebanon, and recently Yemen also jumped on-board of the Axis.

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Yeah right, and why is Russia sending weapons to Syria. Why did Russia stop the US from bombing Syria in 2013 after the false flag chemical attack. Don’t make mistakes. Putin knows very well that he is no member of the club. Only if you are from a very old British/European or American bankers/corporate family you belong to the club. That is their manco. If they would take Putin and some chinese oligarchs in the club, then they would have achieve their nwo. But now they just want to destabilize moscow and beijing and balkanise the countries and then let… Read more »
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No. Yak-130s standing outside the factory waiting for a political decision. For 2 years!!! Putin refuses to deliver them. 20.06.2013 http://sputniknews.com/military/20130620/181767523.html Russia has manufactured several Yak-130 combat trainer jets for Syria as part of a deal signed in 2011, but no final decision on delivery has yet been made, a Russian official source said on Thursday. An unspecified number of the aircraft have been produced by aircraft-builder Irkut as part of the $550 million deal for 36 Yak-130s. “They are standing outside the factory waiting for a political decision,” a source with the Russian delegation at the Paris Air Show… Read more »
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Putin should deliver nuclear weapons to Syria, Iran and North-Korea.
That is the only thing they really need.

1. Get nuclear weapons.
2. Get the will to use nuclear weapons.
3. Use nuclear weapons.

This is the century of the NEW doctrine: nuclear weapons to attack! Not as deterrent. Prepare for worldwide thermonuclear war! It is our destiny.

Carl Sagan gave humanity 1% chance to make it through the next 100 years. I am here for the 99% chance we do not make it!

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The SAAF has been doing quite well without the Yak-130. They could use more UAV’s especially armed with air-to-surface missiles. They would come in handy in hitting fortified strong points.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

Arklight
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Putin: I guess they tried hiring day labor to fly them to Syria, but that didn’t work out so well, and now Russia is having to train pilots and ground crews in Russia. I wouldn’t look for the Yaks for another several months, but I think they’ll turn up in Syria.

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Russia in cooperation with USA disarmed Syria from the strategic chemical weapons. Russia simply played a good cop role.

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Israel is made of Russian people, russian jewish. Putin is a askenazi jew, he did a lot of plastic surgeries to hide his jewish past.

Russia has disarmed Syria completely, no more chemical missiles to retaliate Israeli nukes. This Country doesnt sent the S-300, yakonts… nothing. Only Iran and Lebanon are confiable allies in this war.
Russia is using Syria in a gambit to achieve her own objectives, forget Russian help, is wont gonna happen.

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@Tutmes

Russia is preparing for thermonuclear war.

“1% chance humanity survives the next 100 years.”

– Carl Sagan, in every Cosmo episode he warned!

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Good news all over the place. Especially the loss of power of Erdoghan in Turkish politics. Good that Hezbollah kicks ass right now. Maybe the bad news for Assad is the gains of the Kurds. I think in the future they will have more autonomy.

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More losses for rats in the south, ad Darah, north of Al Thalah airbase was re liberated, next step is to retake the 52nd Brigade and maybe, just maybe, storm Al Harak, that would be huge victory for Syria.

http://wikimapia.org/m/#lat=32.7300642&lon=36.3794887&z=13&l=0&m=b

Source : Leith’s twitter.

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There is NO Al-Qaeda. There is NO Al-Nusra. There is NO ISIS. There is NO FSA. – Robin Cook Robin Cook suddenly “died” after he said this! The so called Al-Qaeda that we see are actually mercenaries along with Mossad, CIA and Mi6 led and trained mercenary gangs who pose as Islamic Jihadists and create justification for global information war and propaganda to launch a new war against another Muslim country. There were no “Weapons of Mass Destruction” in Iraq but the US (United States) waged a war against it. There is no Al-Qaeda but small CIA/Mossad/Mi6 created terrorist gangs… Read more »
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Well said you nailed it…

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Al-Qaeda, Jabhat Al-Nusra, ISIS and all their affiliates are creations of western intelligence agencies designed to advance the imperial agendas of the U.S. EU, GCC and Israel in the ME and beyond. Even the Caucasus terror groups, Boko Haram and others are creations by the same western intelligence agencies designed to destabilize countries and societies for the benefit of global imperialism. These are the proxy armies of imperialism. They allow the U.S. EU and others to attack the region using them as scapegoats while covertly using them to advance their imperial goals of overthrowing sovereign nations. But the jig is… Read more »
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Looks like they tried to hit deraa again. Mayadeen reports 1500 vermin, 30 tanks, 40 rocket attacks and a Jordanian command post. SAA seems to have anticipated the attack, dubbed ‘southern storm’, and was able to annihilate them.

I wonder if they got the heads up from sympathetic Jordanian elements…

Rgds,

Martin

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Good news. The SAA and allies have captured Al-Darrah Al-Kabeera in W Al-Sweida Governorate. The victory further insulates Tha’lah AB from enemy attack and positions the armed forces to alleviate the enemy attacks on Khalkhalah AB in NW Al-Sweida Governorate.
More good news. The SAA has repulsed another enemy attack on Hasakah City inlficting heavy enemy casualties. The SAA is still in control of the Al-Ahdath Juvenile Detention Center, Al-Hasakah Power Plant and other key points around the S perimeter of the city.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

Paul
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Many people take it as a given that there will be a Kurdish state of sorts before long, and that it will include parts of Syria. Is that not the view here? If a Kurdish state got created, how do you see Iran and Russia viewing it? Russia can pretty much always count on Turkey as a threat to their interests, so perhaps a Kurdish card would be a good thing, even if it leans West. Are there complications with oil and gas in this? Would a Kurdish state prevent Iranian gas from getting to Turkey? We may have seen… Read more »
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Paul, as i have said before, too many people making assumptions on what will happen but is anyone right?, sure everyone is entitled to their opinion, but as i keep saying , there are too many players involved in the Syrian/Iraqi debacle, it will go back and forth till something major happens, Syria will be the kick starter to an all out WW3 , WW3 has already started but not on an all out confrontations with countries actually attacking each other, only by proxy.

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You can not make deals or peace with the London and Paris bankers.
They will continue to conspire against you like they have done so the last 200 years.
And against the Arab people through Sykes-Picot for over 100 years now.
So there is only one option now for Russia, China, Iran, North-Korea in the mines of Moria.

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Paul: There are already too many people posting on this site who claim to know that the Kurds will do this, or that, or something else, with nothing to back it up beyond more shovelsful of BS. After the rats have been exterminated, the Syrian Kurds and Syrian government can decide the Kurdish question, without any help from you, or anybody else.

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I am just asking what people think the other players in the game might want vis-a-vis the Kurds. My “help” is irrelevant, of course. Besides, the issue is with Iraq and Turkey as much as it is Syria. I realize that some folks are sensitive about the Kurdish issue, but I am just trying to get a feel for the geopolitics. The comment that all the neighbors are against a Kurdish state may be true, but they can also see the value in having some Kurdish entity harm an opponent, and Israel and the West in general may want a… Read more »
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One thing is sure: all that support for the Kurds will come with a heave price tag for them. The “Allies” don’t “liberate” for free.

Anonymous
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Nobody in the neighborhood wants a Kurdistan and everybody in the neighborhood will do everything against it.

Iran, Turkey, Syria, Iraq they are all against a Kurdistan and will do everything against it.

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ISIS launched a new attack on Hasakah city. This time, they have entered the town.

Breaking: ISIS Second Infiltration Attempt into Al-Hasakah City is Successful

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-isis-second-infiltration-attempt-into-al-hasakah-city-is-successful/

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Another question on the debate of….Kurds or Turds? Just who is fighting alongside the Kurdish YPG? Fars says: “At the weekend, Syrian Kurdish fighters WITH SYRIAN ARMY UNITS made major advances in their clean-up operations on the outskirts of the strategic Northern border town of Tal Abyad, North of Raqqa, and recaptured several areas from the ISIL terrorists.” http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940403001373 Reuters says: “The Kurdish militia leading an attack on Islamic State strongholds in Syria has no plan to extend the assault to the group’s de facto capital of Raqqa city. Such an advance should only be led by SYRIAN REBELS, a… Read more »
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1) There “the Kurds” and there is not the one YPG. That is where the most misunderstandings come from. 2) At the beginning of the war in Syria the Western media put just everybody non-gouvernment into a group called “rebels”. That always was wrong. All of the Kurds see themselves as not part of that “rebels” or “activists”. They believe themselves to be sort of neutral, self-defense oriented organizations. They have in each Kurdish region a civil administration and the YPG is the military wing of that administrations. 3) Each of the Kurdish administrations have negotiated with the surrounding power… Read more »
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Nobilitatis
That helped … thanks for taking the time to respond

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Action Man: Battlefield Casualties

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How could the Turkish state-run agency capture the moment of explosion in Kobani?

http://ekurd.net/how-could-the-turkish-state-run-agency-capture-kobanis-explosions-2015-06-25

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