SYRIAN ARMY DASHES DAA’ESH AND ALQAEDA AT KUWAYRIS AIRBASE; HUNDREDS OF RATS KILLED OR WOUNDED

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All Syrian Military Airbases are dotted with huge reinforced hangars like this one at Kuwayris Airbase.  In the Damascus area, hangars are underground for additional protection.  The base at Mazza, which houses Syria’s fleet of MiG31 B Foxhounds, has underground hangars to protect these very valuable commodities.  This lesson was learned after the 1967 war.  “No wire hangars!”.  “No more airplanes on runways!”

 

ALEPPO: 

 

Kuwayris Airbase:  The troops defending this important airbase are fully aware that Turkish mass murderer and professional butcher, Erdoghan, is constantly pouring more and more foreign rats into the conflict in an act of defiance so brazen it is shaking the moral foundations of his army.  The army remains opposed to any interference in Syria’s conflict, yet, with Hakan Fidan, the criminal head of the Turkish MIT, on his side, he has been able to skirt military limitations on his obsession with genocide.  It is obvious the rats and their Turk/Zionist handlers need some proof of momentum to bolster their waning morale.  Capture of a base, whatever base, would perhaps give them a kick-start for more mayhem.

Yesterday, Syrian Air Force Sukhois took off from Kuwayris using air routes proven to be secure in order to bombard the terrorists who were planning another suicide attack with a truck.  The operation never got off the ground, but the driver was way off the ground as his carcass was seen flying like Peter Pan across the horizon.   Once the suicide operation was interdicted,  the SAAF began to fly sorties from higher altitudes to avoid the MANPADs some of the terrorists had in their possession.  But, as I told you all before, the SAA is becoming very adept at searching out locations where the rats have advanced weapons provided by the criminal murderer, Obama, and exterminating those in possession.  One of the greatest concerns of the terrorist hyenas is the roving bands of rangers whose only purpose is to catch terrorists with advanced weaponry.

The terrorists admitted to losing these syphilitic swine yesterday:

Mahmoud Kattooli

Ahmad Muhammad Wafaa

Diyaab Faa`iz ‘Akku

 

Nayrab Airbase:  More attacks on this base in an effort to close down the Aleppo International Airport.  No such luck.  According to Wael in Latakia, the operations were not well concealed and resulted in heavy losses to the rats as bombers flying out of Kuwayris dumped spare ordnance on the rats here before returning to base.

 

Air Force Academy:  This place is a virtual citadel with elements of the Air Force Intelligence Directorate partly responsible for its defense.  Major General Jameel Al-Hassan, head of AFI,  has made this place a defense priority.  Yesterday, reports came in that ISIS initiated an operation to penetrate the perimeter of the academy but wound up drawing too much fire. The operation was cancelled after losing 11 rodents.

 

Kasheesh Airbase:  Not exactly the most important military asset of the SAAF, but, it remains a potential morale-raising acquisition for the depressed rats of ISIS, Jaysh Al-Fath and Alqaeda/Nusra.   Essentially, it is a runway used for emergency landings in the event of war with the Zionist Settler State.

 

Bustaan Al-Baashaa Quarter in Aleppo City:  In a superbly planned operation against Nusra/Alqaeda and Al-Jabha Al-Shaamiyya and Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam,  the Syrian Army broke up a planned assault on an army checkpoint and killed 5 rodents capturing some useful weapons for the militias.

 

Wael and Ba’ath Party sources report fighting also in Karm Al-Jabal and the Old City.  Otherwise, it’s business as usual.

 

Fighting reported in the southeast of the province at Al-‘Aamiriyya, Al-Sumayriyya, Al-Shaykh Lutfi, Burj Al-Rummaan, East of Al-Safeera Town.  Reports from Ba’ath sources described destruction of several pickups with 23mm cannon.


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good

est338 Lapua
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“The operation never got off the ground, but the driver was way off the ground as his carcass was seen flying like Peter Pan across the horizon.”
Was reading this while eat eating some lamb kofta from my local Iraqi butcher in London and almost spit everything out from laugh
Thanks for your reports Ziad, Long live the SAA and the axis of resistance

Best wishes from England.
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Best wishes from England.

I make the aircraft hangar shown above as the outer one at the north east of Quwayris AB, looking south.

The driver of the truck finally did something useful in his life – as in providing entertainment for SAA troops!

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Regarding US missiles in the Mediterranean, that quite a few sources claimed that these missiles which dropped into the Mediterranean were dealt with by S400

Reportedly, on 3 September 2013, Russia shot down two US ballistic missiles that were heading towards the Syrian coast, allegedly ‘in the direction of Damascus’.

“The trajectory of these objects goes from the central part of the Mediterranean Sea toward the eastern part of the Mediterranean coast,” Interfax news agency quoted a Russian spokesman as saying.

Isn’t this the most likely outcome if US fires on Damascus again?

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Original report was from America – Los Angeles Times. Probably Tomahawk , no balistic missliles. And war games over.
Maybe systém Pancir S1 or system Kashtan.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jtISoEpaxg

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mmm that was me Frank Reitzenstein posting about the missiles. I found that it worked after I added the paragraph in the middle and deleted cookies. But I deleted my name as well it seems.

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Again, after the fleet that the Kremlin sent to the Mediterranean last time Damascus was threatened, we can expect much worse to happen if a single US ship fires on Damascus. I think it would get sunk by somebody. Recent events have shown that Russian patience is running out.

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Frank: The two American missiles were, reportedly, Tomahawks fired out of a US base in Spain and brought down by the Russian Navy well before the cruise missiles could even approach the Syrian coast. The Russian interceptor missiles were not identified, as I recall, but the message was as clear as crystal.

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Michael Dell thought he was extending the olive branch to Russian prime minister Vladamir Putin when he offered IT help. Putin didn’t take too kindly to the offer, to say the least. It all went down at the official opening ceremony of the World Economic Forum in Davos Putin gave a 40-minute speech and then opened the floor up to questions. Michael Dell bit first, giving props to Russia for its scientific and technical prowess before asking “How can we help” to expand IT in Russia.” Oops. Putin’s withering reply to Dell: “We don’t need help. We are not invalids.… Read more »
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Frank: President Putin rarely savages even the most stupid questioner, so If I were the Dell guy, I’d just stay out of Bad Vlad’s way. I’m sure that Mr. Putin would be quite versatile in all of the skills acquired during his rise to the top of the KGB.

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I think Michael Dell was just hoping to sell his computers in Russia. “How can we help?” was just his way of saying, how can we open markets so I can sell you my computers. I loved Vlad’s reply, though, Brilliant and cutting. Western corporations are very patronizing in their attitude.

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Pretty soon, the ISIS rats and cockroaches won’t have any financial backing left as the Houthis are tearing the Saudi and UAE monkeys new assholes every day. It’s incredible how many armoured vehicles they are losing to the tough-ass Houthis armed with Russian Konkurs missles and simple RPGs.

Frank Reitzenstein
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Putin gave thumbs up to naked protester. This is supposed to make male politicians powerless. However political correctness is not in Putin’s book. By treating it as a strip show the “protester” was denigrated to a whore and she failed. What would Tony Abbott have done? Don’t worry Syria. This guy is really good and he will look after his partners. Don’t forget that Putin told a gathering of former leaders that “People judge Berlusconi because he lives with women. If he were gay, no one would care.” Hollande Laughed. Merkel didn’t look too happy. Isn’t this exactly what the… Read more »
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I sitting here reading the usual MSM propaganda (In the Fresno Bee) about the War Against Syria. The title of the AP story filed in Beirut is “Islamic State reportedly destroys temple ruins”. The author is Bassem Mroue who writes for the Jerusalem Times who quotes the usual MSM media source of the OHR (the anti-Syria propaganda blog of the Cameron regime) that it was blown up a month ago but quotes a “Turkey-based activist Osama Al-Khatib” that “the temple was blown up Sunday”. They wrote off the contradictions as “common in Syria’s long civil war”. Interesting timing don’t you… Read more »
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Syrian forces are not far from Palmyra but ISIS has wired up the ancient site with explosives and threaten to kill over 200 captives if Syria tries to retake Palmyra. Syrians are going to be very cautious triying to get it back and might prefer to keep the situation stable for now. What Palmyra needs now is a miracle.

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What Palmyra needs is many many HUGE bombs in reyad jedda,mecca,amman,constantinople and mabe one up erdogs ass,the turkish way.

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Frank little off topic but some great and interesting info.Michael Dell has come a long way from whence he started.

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Apparently Russia was burnt previously by IT help from the West. A friend of mine remembers overhearing the IT contractors at work discussing how they create problems then fix them so they make more money. I started my biz building websites for retailers but found the friction too much. I decided to learn web marketing and sell products myself, thereby competing with the retailers. I know nothing about Dell. But Putin’s attitude is just what we want. Kicking out USAID. That’s the correct stand in the light of their involvement in coloured revolutions. A half hearted approach is not enough.… Read more »
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Yes I posted these as they may be getting harder to find. I love all the bad things Putin has done, but they may not be of general interest. They do show however his vigorous and engaging approach to the west. It is to fair to say that his military response to NATO’s encroachment is no exception, so in that sense these anecdotes are relevant and the world is lucky to have such a leader.

We would be microchipped in the NWO by now without people like that wouldn’t we?

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Ziad, I love your use of english! Truely entertaining!! May I add a two thoughts on a phrase I keep coming across: “and killed ___ rodents capturing some useful weapons for the militias”? 1) I think, to improve the content of what you are trying to say, you should use National Guard or something like it instead of “militias”. They are more than civil defense, and far more than a militia – they are a militarized police force. So call them the National Guard of Syria or some other equivalent term. 2) This second point is more an implication than… Read more »
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Gordon Duff thinks that Syria’s S300 will stop Israel’s nuclear missiles.

I saw a headline on a Jewish Site stating that Israel’s Economy is worse than that of Greece. Possibly they don’t have the money to upgrade. Good news?

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Hahahah they are going to send a whopping 100 “moderates” in there. Good luck hahah the fast path to certain death, go and die for Israel moderates.

If the US and Turkey sends in ground troops its a clear case of the Syrian/Iranian defense pact coming into play. Hopefully with a decisive strike right on the head of the snake.

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The mundial markets fall, thousands of syrians in way to Europe, drums of war in Korea….the end is coming

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Markets rise and fall. It’s just paper. When it falls, the shorts make a bomb, when it rises those who think they’ll get a free lunch buy paper, to find it’s worthless when markets drop.

Syrians on the way to Europe,so are Liyans,Serbs etc. Serves them right. Madmen bombed peaceful countries that never threatened them, let them feed the refugees.

NK just told the stupid S egged on by the insane warmongering yanks to turn off their loud speakers, spouting nonstop childish propaganda. They turned them off.

Anything else Anos?

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I been wanting to ask if these reinforced hangars can withstand a bunker buster? and what underground hangars? are there some kind of elevator systems for these?

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Now why on earth would someone who knows the facts answer the questions you asked? Do you want to let your RAT friends know about the hangers in detail? What needs to be done to destroy it? I will keep picking on you until you change my mind on you being a RAT lover/supporter, possibly a RAT yourself.

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lmao like i give a shit what a dummy troll like you thinks ,,go on trolling moron and ill keep shoving it in your face till Ziad himself tells you im no rat but you wont hear it from me dip shit cause i give a shit what you think

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at level 2 you are wet behind the ears and think you know me lol

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I could care less about “Levels”. I have been here longer than you. Probably a whole year longer! I just chose not to post as I mainly use this website for the good news since here in USA when ever SAA wins and kicks ass its never reported. Like I said I have a feeling you are a rat. You have not proved me wrong yet.

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sure sure thats why this is the first time i see you after being here so long,,tell me troller what name did you have before? was it metat(mental) or anonypussy? and i like i said i could give a shit what you think i am ,,Ziad,and other vetrans who been here longer than you like Canthama,Chevy,Arklight know who I am ,anyways keep trolling because your gaining so many brownie points doing it ya hmar

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Interesting stuff on air bases. Yesterday there was a serious attempt by Nusrtas against Abu Dhour, once more, besides a first success in taking some of the outskirts, rats failed again to get any breakthrough. Still believe these attempts at Abu Duhour as a desperate move to divert from Al Ghab and now Lattakia. Glad to hear that it calmed down at the base, no more attempts today.

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