LATAKIA: TERRORISTS TASTE NEW RUSSIAN ROCKETS AS SYRIAN ARMY FLATTENS RODENTS AT TURK BORDER

LATAKIA:

 

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New Russian weapons are now a part of the army’s and air force’s arsenals.  Much more precise than what we had before, Russia has pulled out all the stops to end the campaign against the Syrian people.  Also of importance, Hizbollah has been upgrading its own array of missiles and anti-armor rockets to such a level that the noisome rodent, Benjamin Mileikowski (a/k/a “Netanyahu”) is visiting Vlad this coming week to urge him not to provide new technology to the Syrian military which the Zionist rodent argues will inevitably wind up going to HZB via Iran.   Vlad will tell him to shove off to Antarctica.

 

The Syrian Army and Air Force dealt massive blows to the slime in the northeast of this coastal province, right at the Turk border.  All villages to the north of Jabal Yunus (Jonah) Summit and the abandoned Kurdish town of Salmaa were incinerated by new air-to-ground missiles just recently developed for use in anti-insurgency warfare.  At Kitf Al-Ghanama, Tallat Al-Mallooha, Tallat Al-Rashwaan, Nusra/Alqaeda vermin were dry roasted even if they were not directly struck by the rockets.   These new missiles, used only in areas abandoned by civilians, such as here, create a halo of fire which radiates out to scorch even rats hiding inside caves or tunnels.  This is a major game-changer and the word is out.  Rodents in Turk-Occupied Syria are now aware that they can no longer hide behind natural outcrops of rocks.

At `Aarah Village, the rodent websites confirmed the deaths of these.  I have received more names from my sources which will be listed below:

 

‘Ali Al-Shaykh As’ad

‘Ibaada Shaqraa`

Rafeeq ‘Abbaas

Waseem Dhakariyya

Rafeeq Shafeeq Beetaar

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Ibraaheem Hussayn Shoofaani

‘Abdul-‘Aleem Sa’adu

Hacan Irepoghlu  (TURK ROACH PIZZLE)

Another 32 carcasses have not been named and are believed to be Chechens and Turkmen.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Activist Post, which Brandon writes for frequently, gives us the results of a new poll of Syrians and Iraqis. Interesting:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/09/poll-shows-80-percent-of-syrians-believe-us-created-isis.html


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freenet@freenet.com
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smells good ! Go SAA

Rus.Lang
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VERY IMPORTANT. INFORMATION WAR. http://twower.livejournal.com/1785855.html We in Russia have free media, many are owned by western companies. Compaign started to lower Russian morale in upcoming events. The core of the compaign – fake messages of Russian soldiers refusing to go to Syria “in Georgia, in Ukraine we where protecting our russian nationality people, what do we do in Syria”? The general gives a comment, that only people signed contract will be involved. Mood in army is of healthy working atmosphere, even some conscripts signing contracts to join the mission. The information attack was predictable, and will be met with open… Read more »
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Also look for messages “Russia wants no war”,”It will be second afghanistan”,”piles of russian bodies will come home” e.t.c.

Propaganda war in this direction is already started.
I dare rats to post soon beheading videos of russian personal. We kinda different from western people, we dong get “terrorised”, we get angry and war-working mood.

Arklight
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Rus: There has been some of that propaganda appearing on SyrPer already. Correct me if I’m wrong, but articles on sites like RBTH (Defense), and others, have ‘contract’ military personnel as what we would call enlistees, an innovation designed to provide Russia with a professional, volunteer, military in which NCOs and officers become experienced professionals who make the military their career, rather than the conscripts who serve short term, and barely learn how to use their weapons before their mandatory service is concluded. I view this as a good thing; good sergeants, of various grades, are the backbone of any… Read more »
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Well it’s kinda tradition that boys go to army, to be man. Most of Russian man serve (60%) to be able to protect our country. Girls actually look at boys who hadn’t served as second grade 🙂 It’s western propaganda to portray it as something bad. I wouldn’t put them in category “barely learn how to use their weapons before their mandatory service is concluded”. Russian weaponary is simple, it’s more learning of discipline and tactics – in charge of which are experienced officer (here is another western prop.cliche – take down russian officer, and rest of the soldiers will… Read more »
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Looks like the Russian bear has truly drawn the line in the sand. This is a game breaker, and should annihilate what is left of the rat’s morale. The neocons must be throwing their laptops against the wall in frustration.

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we shall see. what cost this however? the body bags containing russian boys going back to russia will not cause president for life putin’s ratings to sky rocket, that is for sure. russian mothers do not like this . russian involvement there on the ground is puzzling . putin plays chess but what are these moves about? what is is about really? he is trying to protect something and he is willing to throw russian boys under the bus to do it .shades of chechnya and afghanistan? putting russian boys in harm’s way will i believe be a blunder of… Read more »
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I can’t imagine they will commit Russian troops without proper support and without controlling the command structure themselves.
Hezb had problems due to traitors/corrupt Syrian officers before, this will be true for Russians too if they leave anything to chance. Lots of players will have interest in creating problems for them.

Arklight
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Stien: I have no doubt that there are still plenty of Syrians in both military and government who think much more highly of their offshore bank balances than they do of Syria, but I think that they’re a lot thinner on the ground (and thicker below the turf) as MI roots them out, interrogates them, then kills them. The Russians will have their own traitors, but they have never been shy of dealing with them permanently.

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True, but hezb had some serious problems f.ex in Damascus that turned out to be bad officers in the SAA – even an attitude problem here can have deadly consequences, and hezb had to make changes to avoid having their people wasted.
This is years ago already though and there are no such complaints now, but even as they replace and rebuild the army the possibilities of infiltration increase – goes without saying that they know this.

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VERY IMPORTANT. INFORMATION WAR. http://twower.livejournal.com/1785855.html We in Russia have free media, many are owned by western companies. Compaign started to lower Russian morale in upcoming events. The core of the compaign – fake messages of Russian soldiers refusing to go to Syria “in Georgia, in Ukraine we where protecting our russian nationality people, what do we do in Syria”? The general gives a comment, that only people signed contract will be involved. Mood in army is of healthy working atmosphere, even some conscripts signing contracts to join the mission. The information attack was predictable, and will be met with open… Read more »
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Anon: The Russians understand that IS is not limited to Syria, as has been demonstrated by the numbers of IS pukes discovered among the ‘refugees’ flooding Europe. Mr. Putin saw this coming a mile off, as soon as IS began losing ground in Iraq, and began to be stone walled in Syria; he told the Europeans this was coming, and nobody listened. The Russians understand that any rat killed in Syria, Iraq or Egypt will not show up in Ukraine or Belarus, and cheaper in Russian lives, if it comes down to active participation of combat. As to the Communists… Read more »
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Thats right. I talk a lot in work about syria, ratio of people understandin the danger 60-70%. Thanks to Beslan, Nord-Ost and regular bombings of moscow metro and airports.
More than that – i am sure if we go in , we will go in a coalition with number of nation directly threatnen by ISIS. Tadzhikistan, Uzbeks, China (Uigur issue). I am sure mr. Putin will do everything beautiful. He is like a cat – careful, waiting – than one killing jump at pray.

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Maybe Egypt – it’s in their interest (under Sisi) – but they have too many old bounds to SA, US

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VERY IMPORTANT. INFORMATION WAR. http://twower.livejournal.com/1785855.html We in Russia have free media, many are owned by western companies. Compaign started to lower Russian morale in upcoming events. The core of the compaign – fake messages of Russian soldiers refusing to go to Syria “in Georgia, in Ukraine we where protecting our russian nationality people, what do we do in Syria”? The general gives a comment, that only people signed contract will be involved. Mood in army is of healthy working atmosphere, even some conscripts signing contracts to join the mission. The information attack was predictable, and will be met with open… Read more »
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“russian involvement there on the ground is puzzling .” In fact, Russia has maintained close ties with the Syrian government for many, many decades. “putin plays chess but what are these moves about? what is is about really? he is trying to protect something and he is willing to throw russian boys under the bus to do it .shades of chechnya and afghanistan? putting russian boys in harm’s way will i believe be a blunder of epic proportions .” He’s protecting Russia’s interests, and specifically ensuring that Islamist proxies don’t gain a permanent foothole in secular Syria. If that were… Read more »
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VERY IMPORTANT. INFORMATION WAR. http://twower.livejournal.com/1785855.html We in Russia have free media, many are owned by western companies. Compaign started to lower Russian morale in upcoming events. The core of the compaign – fake messages of Russian soldiers refusing to go to Syria “in Georgia, in Ukraine we where protecting our russian nationality people, what do we do in Syria”? The general gives a comment, that only people signed contract will be involved. Mood in army is of healthy working atmosphere, even some conscripts signing contracts to join the mission. The information attack was predictable, and will be met with open… Read more »
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Saladin, Hopefully this was the reply to that turkish embassy official or erDOGan by Putin ” I will turn Syria into Stalingrad” coming into effect, Al-Manar ( which i view as very very credible has just said the Russians are supplying Syria (and them by proxy, hence the nutnyetyahoo dash to Putin) with new and up to date weapons. http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=231208&cid=31&fromval=1&frid=31&seccatid=91&s1=1 Al-Manar notes it is the BUK-2ME, in fact it is the BUK-M2E , see wikipedia 9M317 unit, the S-300PMU-1 ( remembering Putin said that some components have been sent but the contract not completed, that could mean everything is there… Read more »
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I GOT THE FIRST POST AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!! Russia Says It May Send Troops Into Combat In Syria As A Worried Netanyahu Heads To Moscow Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem says Syria may officially request the support of Russian combat troops in the fight to take back the country, a move that would pave the way for the Kremlin to overtly declare that Russia has joined the war in support of Bashar al-Assad. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with Putin on Monday to discuss concerns that Russia’s involvement could end up strengthening the military capabilities of Hezbollah. Lurking in the… Read more »
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Please don’t always believe z-hedge.

Canthama
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Actually 3rd buddy, faster on the keyboard next time….;)))

henrik svendsen
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Canthama, you aren’t just an absolute find as a commentator, someone all honest sites must envy Ziad for “having” – you’re also the nicest person I’ve met on the internet. Thank you for being here.

Canthama
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henrik, made my day my friend. Much appreciated.

Carlos Peligro
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Make that a double henrik. So true and well said my friend. So many honest and independent minded people here make this site a treasure.

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Yes sir!!!!!!

CHEVI789
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Canthama, you are a gem, i don’t care what your relatives say about you, your good folk…lol

Anonymous
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Yes Sam, you’re 1st 2nd 3rd SPECIAL!

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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Yes, I used to be one of Jerry’s Kids.

sam

Syd Barret
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” sam j haim (Staff Officer)”

Staff….Wanker, more like it!

CHEVI789
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Sam, puting nor Assad will reveal their hand, we can only speculate, i feel Putin is testing the waters before they jump in, or it is a warning to america and Co. things have gone far enough, interesting times ahead.

CHEVI789
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OMG, Putin not puting, wtf?.

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CHEVI: Have another quaff of your adult beverage, and you’ll be fine. As to the weapons in Syria, that’s a good place to field test them under actual combat conditions, very valuable in the development of modifications, upgrades, and more advanced weapons. F’rinstance, the thermobaric rockets seem to be working exactly as they were designed, and intended, S300 seems to be a winner as well, and the anti-mine gizmo on a tank chassis really makes a mess out of tunnels, Shilka doubles as a peachy-keen infantry support weapon – – Syria is a good ‘test bed’ in which to push… Read more »
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“SAA got an S300 system out of Idlib in the nick of time, and lost an antenna truck to the enema at Jisr”

Arklight, how do you know about this?

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Obama Folds Again, To Begin Syria Military Talks With Russia “Very Shortly”

As NY Times reports, “though the administration has long said that President Bashar al-Assad must go for there to be a durable solution to the Syria crisis, Mr. Kerry seemed on Friday to allow for the possibility that Mr. Assad might remain in power in the short term. Mr. Assad has had Russia’s backing throughout the conflict.”

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-09-18/obama-folds-again-begin-military-talks-russia-very-shortly

sam j haim (Staff Officer)
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And so, two years (nearly to the day) after Kerry folded to Sergei Lavrov over Assad’s chemical weapons stash (the pretext for the original attempt to justify ousting Assad by military force), the US looks set to fold again. Note that if Russia ends up negotiating for Assad to remain in power, all of this will have been for nothing. Make no mistake, none of it was “justified” in the first place. Engineering a civil war by funding and training extremists knowing that the resultant chaos will cost the lives of countless civilians would be deplorable even if the regime… Read more »
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It has been said quite often, but there is so much dust in the air clouding people’s perceptions that it deserves being said again. This war in Syria is being fought because after Israel was badly defeated by Hezbollah in 2006 the zionists and their henchmen made the secret decision to destroy Hezbollah and the resistance axis. For this to happen, it was necessary to defeat Assad and replace his government with one compliant to western interests and submissive to Israel. Thus the creation of the rat mercenary army. When Syria stood fast after three years of intensive attacks, the… Read more »
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I agree, you must have hit a hasbra nerve with the truth, judging from the thumbs down!

Saladin
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Always nice to hit a nerve. Touche! I take it as a confirmation of the veracity of the comment.

kafkananda
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Saladin,

Hit a nerve, hell! You reached so deep into their troglodyte brains, they are still twitching, hitting that reject button. Your comments are frequently awesome, but super good job on this one.

Anon
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Indeed. The thing that scares the h*ll out of Israh*ll is Hezbollah in 2006. Norman Finkelstein and Robert Baer (former CIA agent) both said in separate videos on youtube that Hezbollah beat Israhell in Lebanon in 2006 and also in 2000.

I would not be suprised if 9/11 (2001) had something to do with Lebanon 2000 and the Arab Spring lie was due to how strong Hezbollah was in 2006.

Canthama
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Saladin, woud not change a single word in your post, brilliant said. Thank you for psoting it.

Thucydides
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You all need to train more women into snipers.

Canthama
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So far so good in Kafraya and Fu’ah, local forces are defending bravely, and it seems they are quite well equiped as per rat losses.

“5 Jaish Fateh vehicles were destroyed by NDF”.

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/644899541536256000

LittleBat
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I am glad to hear this. Those villagers are fighting for their lives. “Fake Syria Army” supporters openly gloat about how they want to kill all of these “shia infidels”.

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Syria needs guided missiles, not stupid rockets…

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they have thousands of guided missiles. syria has only used 20% of its military capacity. they are saving the big stuff eg eskanders, scud d, c b and the f110 missiles when they are needed. why waste such weapons on small targets? you need them for a conventional war which is coming. also not using pantser and s300 air defence against a small attack was smart. you need them for when the time comes. and i am afraid that time is coming, as the rebels are getting a pasting and russia has totally out played the americans on all fronts.… Read more »
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Yes I hope, but i would like see burn rats by a fucking russian missile,not a shit rocket of 60’s

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david: S300 has been used, not long ago, to vaporize an Israeli blow job (F16, if I remember correctly), and it seems that the Israelis have turned shy of attacking targets in Syria since then. I’m anticipating the notice that unauthorized by Syria air operations inside Syria will be met with appropriate countermeasures, followed by the destruction of ‘coalition’ aircraft and crews; I also expect to see Syrian Air Force ground attack sorties escorted by MiG 29s or 31s, which will engage the enema, in Syrian air space, as opportunity presents. Since the ‘coalition’ is unlawfully flying over Syria and… Read more »
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i agree arklight. i thought syria already had mig 29’s of their own.? i would trust the yanks if i was russia. striking a deal of any kind with them is fraught with danger.

david
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i would ”not” trust the yanks. typing too fast without concentrating

Arklight
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david: Syria does have MiG 29s in its inventory, and I think they’ve been upgraded to current standards; if so, they are more than a match for F16s when driven by a well trained and experience pilot. We’ll see, huh?

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Arklight, you are right and the up grade was locally by Russians/Syrians technical people.
The expertise of the up grade was also shared with Iran to their 24 Mig 29 which are fully modernized.

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Ark, maybe it’s true about the “israeli” F 16 that was vaporized a few weeks back, i do believe it was a S300 that did it, i noticed that the zionists hasnt fuckd with Syria since then , now nuttyahoo is on his way to Moscow to get Russia to Betray Syria.

Saladin
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I think you are correct, Ark. Haha! funny to see the angry reaction of the zio criminals trolls.

Arklight
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Saladin, Leroy: Yeah, it was pretty slick. The Syrians fired an SA2 and an SA9 to distract the countermeasures, and blasted that damned blow job right out of the sky with an S300. Feint, jab, uppercut right from the deck. beautiful.

Saladin
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Well said, David. Things are getting “curiouser and curiouser,” and the wild card is indeed the sociopaths among the neocon and NWO crowd and their zio allies — the criminals who dreamed up this war. it will be interesting to see what they concoct to counter the Russian “menace”, as they see it. Something is brewing, that’s for sure. The question is timing. They might try a false flag event in order to create a pretext to take this thing to the next level. They are clever, sophisticated liars, deceivers and propagandists and their hypocrisy is boundless. Their next move… Read more »
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nothing is beyond them. i also do not understand the average soldier going along with this shit. it is treasonous and shows a very low IQ

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There have always been suspicions that, knowing the risks of a large conflict, the U.S. Navy may refused to take part in the bombing of Syria in 2013 without Congressional authorization. It is certainly strange that Kerry announced on Friday, August 30th, 2013, that bombing of Syria would begin shortly and then the very next day Obama decided to seek Congressional authorization. The first responsibility of the U.S. Military in their oath is to “protect and defend the Consitution”, not obey orders from the President.

FHTEX
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Everyone keeps talking about the neocons. This war and Libya were the products of the “neolberals”, headed by Samantha Power and Valerie Rice and Hillary Clinton, along with Obama and Kerry and the rest. The neocons and neoliberals all work for the same shadowy group known as the Bilderbergers, who are all about controlling the world. It’s not about this pipeline or that oil field–it’s about toppling Syria to get to Iran to isolate Russia, etc. It doesn’t matter that all of their machinations have caused unimaginageable horror around the world–the Bilderbergers themselves parade around the Western world as heroes… Read more »
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FHTEX: Those phony ‘elites’ have no skin in the game, and risk nothing but some pocket change, so they care nothing about the misery, death, destruction and waste the promote about the globe. I keep hoping that someone will come up with some gene specific toxin to kill ’em all – – let ’em perish in extreme, and extended, agony; after that they can report to Hell and burn forever. Just sayin’ – –

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The faux differences of “Neos” is why there is so much push back from the sheeple all over the world. This is why they went for the radical outsider in the Labour Party last week. Bush and Kerry are both alumni of Yale and Bonesmen. Six of one and half a dozen of another. It is just part of the con game where things are so dumbed down they refer to political parties by colors (red and blue). Its all packaging, marketing and commodification. They sell war the same way they sell any of their toxic schlock. Same product but… Read more »
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Saladin: the next move will, absolutely, be a false flag, probably in the US, and evidence of Russian participation will be a match folder from some low dive in Moscow’s ‘Tenderloin’. They are not as smart, sly or cunning as they think they are.

CHEVI789
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Coming to a SAA near you albator, Russia i personally think has had enough of the wests shaninagans .

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Is This the Russian Syria-Bound Cargo US Had Bulgaria Block? “I’d like to thank the Russian Federation for delivering the camp and all the necessary equipment. We really need this camp to place the temporarily relocated citizens of the province torn by war,” Hama Governor Hassan Omar Halaf said during the opening ceremony. The camp was built on the territory of an hippodrome almost in the center of the city of Hama. It includes 25 tents with beds and heaters, four kitchens, and several storage facilities. Russian aircraft have delivered 15 tons of food and 50,000 sets of single-use kitchenware,… Read more »
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US media: America trained IS fighters itself As Business Insider states in one of its articles, Tarkhan Batirashvili, known as Abu Omar al-Shishani in Syria, was trained by the US special forces in Georgia. As it is reported, “he was a perfect soldier from his first days, and everyone knew he was a star. We were well trained by American special forces units, and he was the star pupil,” an unnamed former comrade who is still active in the Georgian military said. Another American publishing company McClatchy DC, which is one of the largest US media holdings, also released an… Read more »
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Questions over US forces in Syria highlight fears of Russia-US showdown

With a spotlight on US and Russian military deployments in Syria, analysts have begun weighing up the chances of a proxy war.

http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/spotlight-us-and-russian-troop-deployments-syria-473594690

The US is hoping to lure Russia into a war of attrition, wearing them down and exhausting them as happened to the USSR in Afghanistan. But the USSR is gone and Russia has a strong economy and a far more efficient weapons-development system than the US, and the US is courting another Vietnam disaster by following this strategy.

Arklight
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sam: It’s an open secret that the US has spec ops troops on the ground in Syria, but I don’t know where they come up with the notion that PKK has ideological and strategic ties with YPG/YPJ; there might be some superficial appearance of Iraqi and Syrian Kurds being cats from the same litter, but how they back up this allegation is beyond me. Peshmerga did send troops to help out YPG in Kobane, but that would have been out of self interest, more than anything, because nobody south of the Turkish border needed another full service crossing available to… Read more »
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PKK has ideological (and organisational ones probably) ties with the Kurdish party PYD which can be recognised by the displayed Posters of Öcalan at the public space. This party originally dominated each YPG but it changes locally. There is a lot of forces and people joining the YPGs. That is for example Arab inhabitants of Hasaka City making up currently a majority of that local YPG according to some (not very trustworthy) reports. There are Christian militias (mistranslated as “Syrian” but probably Syriac) and the population of the recently from IS freed territory. About the American involvement with the Kurds… Read more »
Canthama
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Nob, could not agree with you more, I fully concur, it is my firm belief the backstage game with the multitude of Syrian Kurds are very busy at the moment. One key component the most folks continue to miss is that aside from Israeli funded and supporter Barzani, most of the other Kurdish factions had somehow some relationship with USSR, the question whether this relationship remains on today’s world it is yet to see, but then the link Russia-Syria-Iran-some Kurdish factions in Turkey and Syria is a very tempting theory indeed. Not sure whether folks followed the RT reporter, Lizzie… Read more »
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Nob: There are Americans, Brits, Germans, Dutch and a host of other non Arab, non Syrians or Syriac fighting with YPG. Quite a while back there was a guy who posted, briefly, on SyrPer who had chapter and verse on the Kurds, their various factions and alliances, but he dropped off, darn it. There’s a lot of noise about Pkk and PYD being asshole buddies, but nobody comes up with anything difinitive, so it’s just more noise, as far as I’m concerned.

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My recollection is that the YPG allowed ONE platoon of Peshmerga at a time into Kobane — they didn’t trust them as far as they could throw them! Dead right — Barfly is a Mossad asset.

CHEVI789
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AL, i believe the Kurds in Syria and in turkey are not one and the same, but i also believe the Syrian kurds got sucked in by the americans, now that they are too far in it’s hard to get out.

Arklight
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CHEVI: I don’t know that the Syrian Kurds got ‘sucked in’ by anybody; no matter who tries to game them, their view is that ‘He who would sup with the Devil wants a long spoon.’ there is, also, the universal axiom that you ‘Never shake hands with an American. Keep one hand on your wallet, and the other hand over the family jewels.’ They have also seen, first hand, ‘the coalition’ bombing open desert and dropping supplies to ISIS, over and over and over again. Everybody tries to game the Kurds, so their noses have become extremely sensitive.

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US has been trying to drag Russia into anti-isis operations, so that a great anti-Russian propaganda campaign can be started, to try and direct militants in a more northerly direction. Only, Russians are well aware and well ahead of all of that.

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Putin knows how to play the game. He’s a grand master of strategy. I bet he plays chess. I’m at a loss to figure out how the Imperium makes decisions. Who is the real Cappo of this supreme mafia? It is not any of the visible figures like Obama or Cameron. It could be someone hidden in plain sight. They are sock puppets for some agency bigger then they are. The Zios are just another seat at the table lobbying for their special consideration. They don’t hold all the cards and are not invincible. Notice how they are all beating… Read more »
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Berl: If they were truly desperate, they would all just pack their shit and get the hell out, go home, and stay there.

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Cameron

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Syria ‘in a state of complete war’ with terrorism – Interview with President and Surgeon, Dr. Assad

40 minute interview:

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From a greek defence site – Russia has already brought to Syria, 7 T-90, 30 BTR, 15 artillery pices, TOS1 mrl.
Russia will bring 20 Mil Mi 28 attack helicopters. Also 300 Russian fighters are now based in Hama.

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Anon: Linds/sources, please – – thank you.

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Anon: Thanks

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Bashar Assad has outlasted the emir of Qatar and his foreign minister, the King of Saudi Arabia abdullah and his foreign minister, Morsi of Egypt and his foreign minister, Hillary Clinton/Rice, Sarkozy,

Any clown who said “Assad must go” ended up going themselves and Erdoghan polls aren’t looking good and its under 40% approval for his party. Obama’s term is coming to an end, there is a curse from Universe which removes anyone who plays along with this adventure in Syria….and it looks like we will see a complete new generation of leaderships and governments in the next five years.

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sam: it’s good to watch pure evil being given a blanket party, and that’s a fact.

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WEll JFK said Castro must go , and look what happened? JFK went.

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Leroy: The CIA said Castro must go. Until Russia put the damned missiles in Cuba, JFK viewed Castro as another one of those potholes in the highway of life. If you download Executive Orders 11109 and 11110 and read them carefully, you’ll see why our own banksters had him murdered.

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sjh, It looks like the cocky conservative Cameron may be the next to fall by the wayside and be replaced by a popular leftist.

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Do you know when the next UK election is?

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Fars News: SAA and local tribesmen kick IS butt; note that IS captured the artillery brigade base, but Tiger Force came in and stiffened SAA, while local tribesmen attacked IS and pushed them out. It’s not clear from the article whether the artillery base was recovered or not

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940627000141

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Slow process but steady one. Russia and Brazil going toward local currencies settlement vs Dollar. This follows Russia-China, China-many countries, Russia-India, Russia-Iran, inter Eurasian etc…

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/russia-brazil-discussing-move-settlements-national-currencies/ri9811

The demand for Dollars are in free fall due to :
1) Lower oil prices. (less trade in Dollar).
2) BCs burning Dollar to defend local curencies.
3) Growing countries settling trade in local currencies.
4) BRICS Development Bank, BRICS Currency Pool Bank, Asia Development Bank – all going to operate with multiple currencies in the future.

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Canthama: I think it’s getting near the time when a ‘universal currency’ will be proposed, and quite possibly put forward by the banksters. In my opinion, so long as the BRICS, and other independent currency systems refuse to acknowledge the new currency. the attempt will fail. That’s just my opinion of the situation, though.

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Al Masdar News, Palmyra area of operations. Apparently, IS is still able to stage, without detection or interference, forces large and powerful enough to prosecute effective offensive operations. I guess that drones and recon patrols are still not part of SAA’s nursery school level toy box, huh?

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/northwest-palmyra-syrian-army-captures-the-jazal-mountains/

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How many wants to bet that Netanyahu visit to Putin withing few days will be to.. #1) To avoid Responsibility and claim they have ” nothing to do with it.. ” for any modern Israeli weapon taken from Alqaeda or ISIS.. That if any israeli weapon found ,is saudis to blame. #2)To blackmail Putin to not supply the Syrian army or Hezbolah with any deadly weapon that could be used against them.. (re-read again #1 to see how hypocrites they are.. Israel can supply weapons to anyones they please but Russia can’t. lol ) #3) or like already mentioned..Possibly Nutanyahu… Read more »
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Anon: One Israeli blow job was already vaporized by an S300, which would be a clear warning to anyone but the Israelis; I doubt that anyone is going to be stupid enough to arm Hamas with any advanced weaponry whatever, but we’ll see what Netenyahu tries to put past President Putin. Next he’ll go to DC and try to swindle Obama, who is no friend of Israel, anyway. Americans are sick of being both wet nurse and body guard to Israel, so my guess is that he’ll go home from Moscow with nothing, and from DC with a ear full… Read more »
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Anon, Putin will NOT negotiate with any terrorist, israel being one of them plain and simple, oh sure he might say yeah o.k, we won’t deliver anything good anymore to the Syrians but he will behind their back to give them an awful surprise the next time they attack, Putin as far as i am concerned has had enough and he know this refugee thing is an attempt to attack Syria for once and for all, but he Like Assad will not cower and dessert his only arab ally.

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CHEVI: My guess is that Bad Vlad will say something like, ‘Hey! Benny! Bite me!’, but in diplomatic speak.

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BREAKING NEWS******************BREAKING NEWS*******************ACHTUNG UNITED STATES’s PROXY FORCES FIRING ROCKETS AT BASHAR AL-ASSAD AIRPORT TO DESTROY RUSSIAN AIRCRAFT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1 Grad attack now on Bassel Al-Assad International Airport in Latakia: ulianRoepcke 8 minuter sedan Jaish al Islam targets “Russian cargo planes” at #Latakia air base with #Grad missiles. WSJBreakingNews: Pentagon says Russia has moved its first tactical fighter jets to base in Syria Russian attack helicopters spotted in Syria Four Russian attack helicopters have been spotted on the tarmac of a Syrian airport that the Pentagon says is being converted into a Russian forward operating base. The arrival of the helicopter gunships follows… Read more »
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sam: Okay, where did IS get Grad rockets? Who maintained them in hiding, and how? They have a shelf life, like any other modern weapon, so how’s about getting us something besides your homemade ‘FLASH’ message? Anybody who cares already has known, for sometime, that the Russians have basing concessions on Syria’s Med. coast, that there is a new airbase being populated with Russian aircraft and personnel, that the Russians are preparing to build a new, full service, naval base at Jableh and that Russian Marines are in country, to the strength of about a battalion, and that Russian attack… Read more »
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It is not old news. The attack just happened a couple of hours ago. Look at the youtube video and the twitter feeds before you start attacking me.

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sam: Some folks depend upon Twitter, which is their choice. I did look at the youtube video, which is how I know that it was multiple angle shots of the same rocket launch, and that there was no location/date stamp. I was not attacking you, rather your reportage. You’re an old enough hand on SyrPer to know that most of us look for confirmation somewhere, anywhere, reliable. Twitter ain’t it.

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Thanks, my thought also.

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I agree with you Arklight as well.

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excellent news and about time too.. “Syrian warplanes are pounding the Islamic State-held town of ‪#‎Palmyra‬ in central ‪#‎Syria‬, Around 30 strikes on Palmyra on Friday were some of the heaviest since Islamic State (IS, formerly ‪#‎ISIS‬/ ‪#‎ISIL‬) seized the ancient town on May 10, they said. On Thursday, the Syrian army carried out heavy air raids in the northern city of ‪#‎Raqqa‬, also held by ‪#‎IS‬. ‪#‎Syria24‬ M.D.” “‪#‎Iraqi‬ government confirms that it will allow the ‪#‎Syrian‬ warplanes to penetrate #Iraqi airspace to bomb the convoys of ‪#‎Daesh‬ if the need arises. ‪#‎Syria24‬ M.D.” “Army hits terrorists’ supply routes… Read more »
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Little z: Cooperation between Iraq and Syria in regard to cross border combat sorties is very, very good news, indeed, if it works both ways. It only makes sense that enema convoys will try to duck across the border, if they can, so ‘hot pursuit’ privileges for Iraqi and Syrian aircraft, ONLT, would be a very good thing. It’s kinda exciting, actually. Thanks for the heads up.

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yeah it is great to have iraqi cooperation even allowing syrian jets to pursue the rats into iraq if necessary ,that should push washington bastards to the edge lmao

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Interview: Dr Bouthaina Shaaban, President Assad’s key advisor
http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2015/s4314916.htm

‪#‎Moscow‬: ” ‪#‎Russia‬ is ready to send troops to ‪#‎Syria‬ if ‪#‎Damascus‬ ask us to do so”.
Via: Elijah J. Magnier @EjmAlrai
‪#‎Syria24‬
M.D.

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USA DESTROYS T-90 RUSSIAN TANKS IN SYRIA:

The Mujahideen of the Army of Islam northern sector, launched 40cal Grad long-range, and [according to their sources] have been confirmed to achieve direct hits..

Cargo plane loaded with logistics, equipment, and Russian tanks suffer significant losses.

Rocket attack on International Airport in Latakia, Syria

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sam: it appears that there was a single rocket, the discharge of which was filmed from a bunch of angles, but the location of the launcher, and the target, are not noted, nor the date. Geez!

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Hey samy are you a troll with your fox news bullshit..

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pff what does this shit prove? nothing aside from a bunch of monkeys shooting a rocket big deal ,where does it show anything destroyed ??

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Sam, you are an idiot, i will not look at anymore of your links, that was a rocket fired to where? how the fuck do you know if it actually went to the airport as these monkeys can claim whatever without any proof, dickhead, you just wasted 2 mins of my life.

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yup them thermobarics or fuel bombs are nicely vaporising the rats now ,saw a recent video of some being used in darayaa while the pigs were crying allahousnackbar several times

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GRAD ROCKET ATTACK RESULTS: https://www.jaishalislam.com/subject/335 “Grad-P Light portable rocket system”: The complete system comprises a 9P132 single-round man-portable launcher (it can be reloaded and used again), a 9M22M 122 mm high-explosive fragmentation rocket and a fire control panel. The system was developed in the middle of the 1960s for North Vietnamese forces at war with the US. It was not accepted for service with the Russian Army, but it was and is still popular with paramilitary and guerrilla forces.” Now, it’s being turned around and pointed at it’s developer. Time to bring in the Tupolev 160 Blackjacks US official: 4… Read more »
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markito0171 48s49 seconds ago
#Syria Reports: Grad-rockets fell on #Russia’n army gathering in Ras Shamra north of #Latakia city

as Shamra lies on the Mediterranean coast, some 11 kilometres (7 mi) north of Latakia, near modern Burj al-Qasab.

There is not one person on this site that reports real time events in Syria as their happening. No one tries, because you are all so goddamn lazy.

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Peace you samy, has a break, your kibbutz will always be there tomorrow huh…

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sam: Most of the rest of us wait for confirmation. Why anyone with two functioning brain cells would attack the Russians, who are not committed to combat at this time, makes no sense. We’ll see, okay?

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“Why anyone with two functioning brain cells would attack the Russians, who are not committed to combat at this time, makes no sense. ” whoever said these monkeys have brains to begin with? good im glad if it’s true and they try to target russia it will ensure full commitment and russia might be waiting for this excuse to target the rats,,,i welcome such strikes by the monkeys ,heel even conflict with western idiots would be nice

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@sam

your ‘sources’ are pure horseshit.

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Russian peopls no wants war . Crazy.

Dimitri Ledkovsky

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VERY IMPORTANT. INFORMATION WAR. http://twower.livejournal.com/1785855.html We in Russia have free media, many are owned by western companies. Compaign started to lower Russian morale in upcoming events. The core of the compaign – fake messages of Russian soldiers refusing to go to Syria “in Georgia, in Ukraine we where protecting our russian nationality people, what do we do in Syria”? The general gives a comment, that only people signed contract will be involved. Mood in army is of healthy working atmosphere, even some conscripts signing contracts to join the mission. The information attack was predictable, and will be met with open… Read more »
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Is war criminal Tony Blair up shit-creek without a paddle? http://rinf.com/alt-news/latest-news/is-war-criminal-tony-blair-up-shit-creek-without-a-paddle/ In the light of the recent Labour leadership victory by Jeremy Corbyn, the current migrant crisis and growing threat of ISIS, it is no wonder that thoughts are turning back to the Chilcot Report. Commissioned in 2009 to investigate the circumstances leading to the Iraq War, the inquiry is still no closer to having an agreed publishing date, much to the anger and frustration of the families of the servicemen and women who lost their lives during the conflict. It has even been suggested that these ongoing delays are… Read more »
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Tony: If Blair was the only chargeable culprit, he’d be thrown under the buss without a thought. So, that means that there are other people in high office, past and present, who stand to be gifted with a long vacation in the Greybar Hotel. The upside to these prosecutions, if they actually occur, is that nobody will be either handed or shot, just locked up.

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The first day of rat’s offensive at Kafraya and Fu’ah ended up good for the defender’s heroes. Not less than 7 suiciders attempted to break the defense line today. All vehicles where hit before reaching any target. “Terrorist Groups Collapse At The Entrances To Fouaa & Kefarya In Idlib CS http: // Hoseinmortada.com/?page=Details& category_id = 1 & id = 5442 & lang = ar … @ HoseinMortada # Syria” Effective teamwork between the defenders at Kafraya & Fu’ah and SAAF. A very strong SAAF bombing on the rat’s rear lines. Hope SAAF can continue to rain bombs on rat’s heads.… Read more »
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Sino-Syrian talks on transportation cooperation. Sniff-sniff – – something big coming down the pike, and Uncle Shitheel won’t much care for this, either. Good!

http://sana.sy/en/?p=55082

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I was thinking on that subject of the new rockets that hits the rat in their hides, and i can only imagine of these fuel bombs, that first spread in a flamable cloud, and then boumm!! A Huge fireball that incinerates all the oxygen around. But these are massive ordnances, not ordinary size rockets.

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Leith and many other sources reporting escalations in Gaza and West Bank. A missile was fired from Gaza today and IDF’s F16 flying over West Bank right now.

In few days we will have the UNOA where the subject of Palestine ascension as a country will be all over it.

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Jabhat al-Nusra has group-executed Syrian army soldiers captured at the Abu Dhuhur air base — leak

https://twitter.com/hxhassan/status/644979601794564097

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Call it what it is – murder.

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WAR CRIMES

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Article on T90MS tank, tested in Kuwait, for Arab market.

http://tass.ru/en/defense/820934

Article on other major weapons/weapons systems. Worth the look and read.
http://southfront.org/russia-military-map-sep-18-2015/

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http://www.defencenet.gr/defence/20150917/defencenet/%CE%B4%CE%B9%CE%B5%CE%B8%CE%BD%CE%B7%CF%83-%CE%B1%CF%83%CF%86%CE%B1%CE%BB%CE%B5%CE%B9%CE%B1/novorossiysk A greek-speaking web page said that Russian marines are reaping terrorists in Zabadani and they are ready for in-depth operations jointly with SAA in Homs and Lattakia very soon, using the R-166-0.5 (ultra, HF/VHF) that they brought in Syria. Moreover, there is joint military training Of Syrian and Russian army in cities of Slunfeh and Rif Safeeta These news are verified by Israeli media and there are videos of Zabadani’ operations. In these operations SAA and hezbolah fighters are slaughtering terrorist pigs and gaining ground with cooperation with Russian specialists Also, Syrian fighters verify the provision of Russian ‘goods’… Read more »
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George: You’re doing much better in English than others who post here. Please pick a moniker (George R. would work well) and sign in with an email address; there are entirely too many nameless ones inhabiting the forum, as it is. Thanks in advance, regards.

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M: I like it; will it be followed up by another, of western Anbar to the border with Syria? This map is a good job, guy!

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Thanks Ark! At this time it’s waste of time to make map of the area west of Hadithah, since all the area between Hadithah and almost to Deir Ez Zor would be just “black”… However, I DO have a base map of that area in case I need it… 🙂

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M, map looks quite accurate, though this is a very fluid frontline both ways, making your map a top notch out there.

M, do you follow Haidar Sumeri ? He has one of the best coverage of the conflict in Iraq.
https://twitter.com/IraqiSecurity

M, thank you for what you do, we are all thirsty for maps and you have te best ones.

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Thanks C! Yes, I do follow Haidar, but sadly he only reports on ISF progress (good news only)… It’s hard to get information on daily bases, I don’t have any ISIS source to see how they progress…

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Canthama: I don’t think the frontline is quite as fluid as it may appear. Since ISF and partners dumped the American advisers, they have been doing pretty well, meaning that they’re pit bulls – – grab hold of a piece of real estate and don’t let go – – those ‘jaws from Hell’ just keep working, gathering a bit more fur and flesh, and after awhile the other critter is dead. No more of this bug out business – – they may be pushed back a bit here and there, but they come right back, and gain a little more… Read more »
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Ark – is there any confirmation of the F-16 taken down by the SA-9, SA-22 then S-300? I have seen the story on various sites and I believe it is true. Did it crash outside of Syrian borders? I am sure Isry-hell would deny it. Some one on Zero hedge had a good post that the Russians are jamming all the sat com links for the ISIS and other rats in Syria so they cannot communicate with Syria or Turkey for orders, resupply or money. This may be a game changer. Anyone know anymore about this?
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Anon: You have to search the archives for the link but, yes, there was a new article detailing the firing of SA2, SA9 followed by S300 which just came out of nowhere and killed the blow job (with a pic which may, or may not, have been the explosion). I think the Russians have deployed some really swell jammers, but I’ve no confirmation. Since Syrian MI seems to be intercepting rat comms, I give it a toss up as to whether their comms are selectively jammed or not. Canthama may have something on this.

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Ark – I meant communications between the rats in Syria and Jordan and Turkey where their paymasters are and the intel the rats get. The hope is essentially they are cut off from communications now. The Russians will keep jamming their sat links so they get no intel, no resupply and no money. These evil rats are there for the money. Another good post on ZH pointed out that all the money being provided to these evil rat groups is being stolen and siphoned off by Erdogan and other scum leaders so the actual rat fighters are getting nothing at… Read more »
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South Front – 17.09.2015 Crisis News https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Td8FzP0r94 Published on Sep 17, 2015 Hungarian police used brutal tactics, like tear gas and water cannons, against migrants at the border with Serbia. Clashes on the border continued on Wednesday after desperate asylum seekers stormed the gate at the barbed-wire fence that now separates the European Unions eastern frontier and Serbia. Three children were injured in the clashes with riot police, who used tear gas against mostly Syrian families. Then, Hungary closed the Roszke-Horgos border crossing will be closed for the next 30 days. 29 asylum seekers including identified terrorist were detained in… Read more »
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South: People who expect to become guests in another country should behave themselves. Is my heart supposed to pump purple piss for the illegals? Guess what? It ain’t happenin’.

The Captagon can be expected to lie, particularly if the truth would make them look better.

We taxpayers are quite accustomed to the government pressure pumping metric tonnes of bullion into an economic black hole, sat to say.

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Should The U.S. Listen to Dick Cheney?

Published on Sep 18, 2015

Antiwar.com columnist Lucy Steigerwald joins the Ron Paul Liberty Report to discuss Dick Cheney’s new book, “Exceptional: Why the World Needs a Powerful America.”

The neocons never give up…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h34Ljao_vrA

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Obama’s Fateful Syrian Choice September 18, 2015 Exclusive: President Obama faces a choice that could define his legacy and the future of the American Republic: He can either work with Russia’s President Putin to stabilize Syria or he can opt for a confrontation that could lead to an open-ended war with grave risks of escalation, writes Robert Parry. By Robert Parry There is an obvious course that President Barack Obama could follow if he wants to lessen the crises stemming from the Syrian war and other U.S. “regime change” strategies of the past several decades, but it would require him… Read more »
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Call of Duty Modern warfare || Objective Nabouh Zabadani – Operation Conducted by Syrian Army and Hezbollah

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xlXleU9qCmQ

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Look at those campers! F-ing FSA/JN noobs! 🙂

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Immoral British Leaders Exploit Refugee Crisis to Demand Military Action in Syria http://journal-neo.org/2015/09/11/immoral-british-leaders-exploit-refugee-crisis-to-demand-military-action-in-syria/ Just in case you thought UK leaders couldn’t get anymore morally bankrupt, the British establishment is exploiting the tragic refugee crisis that has gripped Europe to push for even more military intervention in the Middle East and North Africa. Despite the fact that NATO’s proxy war in Syria – which involves funding, arming and training an array of rebel mercenaries to overthrow the secular Syrian government – has directly caused millions of innocent Syrian people to be internally or externally displaced, the solution to the crisis in… Read more »
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STEVEN: Politicians, corporate weenies, banksters and assorted others who have no skin in the game are perfectly willing to commit forces to foreign combat, when that force has no meaningful existence. So far as I can tell, the entire British military could, probably, hold that Island until help arrived, except that there is no help to send. The UK is an island, and not a large one at that; in extremis it cannot be relieved, reinforced nor resupplied if attacked by a determined and aggressive enemy of sufficient strength. I’ll bet that a fair percentage of the British public understand… Read more »
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Interesting… Russia been supporting SAR (Syria Arab Republic) all-along, but now with some custom made anti-terrorist munition which by all rumours believing is doing some real damage (our prayers have been heard).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thermobaric_weapon
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father_of_All_Bombs
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TOS-1

I would guess, that the rockets/missiles seem to be an airborne version of TOS-1 rockets.

Happy hunting

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Big Lie: U.S. Allies with Saudis ‘Because We’re Addicted to Their Oil’ http://rinf.com/alt-news/editorials/big-lie-u-s-allies-with-saudis-because-were-addicted-to-their-oil/ In Syria and elsewhere, the U.S. allies with Saudi Arabia and other Sunni nations that back or even install ISIS and Al Qaeda Islamic jihadists, even while the U.S. wages war against those jihadists. This has puzzled some people, because the U.S. propaganda-line about the matter doesn’t make much sense. For example, the “Billionaire Scion Tom Friedman” wrote in his NYT column, on September 2nd: It is not an accident that several thousand Saudis have joined the Islamic State or that Arab Gulf charities have sent ISIS… Read more »
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SYRIAN AIR FORCE STRIKES KILL AT LEAST 26 IS TERRORIST SLAVES OF ISRAEL IN PALMYRA CITY DAMASCUS Sept. 18 – At least 26 Islamic State (IS) terrorists in the city of Palmyra in central Syria. The Syrian air force on Friday carried out as many as 25 airstrikes against the IS positions in the ancient city of Palmyra. Several people were wounded as a result of the heavy airstrikes, and the death toll could rise due to the high number of critically wounded terrorists. Friday’s strikes came just a day after the Syrian war jets heavily struck IS terrorists in… Read more »
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UK parliament under fire for declining Netanyahu arrest petition The British Parliament has come under increasing fire over its decision to skip a debate on a petition calling for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu http://rinf.com/alt-news/latest-news/uk-parliament-fire-declining-netanyahu-arrest-petition/#comment-533246 “It’s quite disappointing that the Parliament has refused to play by its own rules. The fact is that it’s a particular issue which receives over 100,000 signatures that ultimately allows to be debated on the floor of the House. The fact that it has been declined, gives rise to many questions,” said Anas al-Tikriti, chief executive of the Cordoba Foundation. “It seems… Read more »
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U.S. and Russian defense chiefs hold 1st talk on Syria in a year http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-09/19/c_134638757.htm WASHINGTON, Sep 18 (Xinhua) — U.S. and Russia defense chiefs on Friday held their first talk in over a year to discuss “deconfliction” in Syria, said the Pentagon. “They agreed to further discuss mechanisms for deconfliction in Syria and the counter-ISIL campaign,” the Pentagon said in a statement. Meanwhile, Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov said in a statement that “the course of the conversation has shown that the sides’ opinions on the majority of issues under consideration are close or coincide.” Both sides said they… Read more »
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Russia to consider sending troops to Syria http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-09/18/c_134638454.htm MOSCOW, Sept. 18 (Xinhua) — Russia will consider sending troops to Syria if it receives a request from Damascus, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Friday. “If there is a request, then in the framework of bilateral contracts, it will be discussed and considered. For now, it is rather difficult to speak hypothetically,” Peskov said. Russia has long been supplying military equipment to Syria, which Moscow said “is done under the existing bilateral contracts and in full conformity with international law,” and is aimed at “ensuring Syria’s defense capabilities” to fight against the… Read more »
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U.S.-Russia talks on Syrian war begin, marking a win for Moscow http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-us-russia-20150918-story.html he Obama administration Friday began military-to-military talks with Russia over the Syrian war, an acknowledgment that Moscow has become an even more important player in the conflict despite U.S. efforts to isolate it. The move is a major victory for Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is hoping to put himself at the center of international negotiations over Syria. He plans to unveil a new diplomatic plan for the conflict this month at the meeting of the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The most recent addition to… Read more »
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Assad Must Go? No, American Arrogance Must Go!

http://russia-insider.com/en/politics/assad-must-go-no-american-arrogance-must-go/ri9819

The one country in urgent need of regime change is the US!

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it is really a misnomer to say well the west wants this or the american empire wants that etc etc. you see most americans have no idea about any of this and could care less. most americans of today probably don’t even know where syria is . so for people to talk about american arrogance is kind of misleading. now sure. we are supposed to have a kind of a representative type of government but for a long time now, that government has not been functioning correctly. the american people for the most part are incredibly stupid. and it is… Read more »
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