SYRIAN ARMY TO ENTER AFREEN; GEARING UP FOR WAR; U.S. IN THE CROSSHAIRS

Sergei Lavrov, Russia’s able foreign minister, has formally accused the U.S. of supporting Jabhat Al-Nusra (Alqaeda), an organization considered terrorist by every nation on earth except the Zionist Apartheid Entity.  Not only does the UN consider Nusra a terrorist organization, but, also, the American Department of State.  Lavrov stated that it was obvious the U.S. was not willing to fight Nusra in Syria based on their inaction whenever opportunities arose to strike that terrorist group.  Just as the U.S. created Alqaeda, so did the U.S. create Nusra.  Remember some of my old articles about this subject:  Nusra which means “assistance” in Arabic was created by Robert Ford and Bandar bin Sultaan when they realized that the Syrian Army was not falling apart – that there were insufficient deserters to fight the Syrian Arab Army, and, thus, there was a need for assistance.  Nusra is plain and simple Saudi Arabia.  To what extent Muhammad bin Salmaan, the reigning clown prince,  is willing to continue to finance that organization is anybody’s guess at this stage.  Notwithstanding the finance issue, it appears clear that the U.S. is prepared to do all that is necessary to preserve the terrorism in Syria through the offices of Nusra.  This is a shameful day in American history.

The Tiger Division, led by Maj. Gen. Suhayl Al-Hassan, is massing at the borders of the East Ghouta.  I have been informed that the division comprised of over 11,000 soldiers which also fields improved T-72 tanks with Saraab 2 anti missile equipment is preparing for the last push to eradicate Jaysh Al-Islam, Nusra and Faylaq Al-Sham once and for all.  The battle could start at any moment.  I suspect that once Jaysh Al-Islam has been vanquished, General Al-Hassan will be tasked with wiping out Nusra and allied terrorists in Idlib.  How the U.S.will help Nusra will be most indicative of Washington’s dirty hands.

Syria’s vaunted Popular Defense militia is entering ‘Afreen as I write.  The Turks, who have no experienced field commanders, (Erdoghan having jailed or cashiered almost all of them) have threatened to strike Syria’s pro-government militias since, by Turkish logic,  they will be protecting PKK fighters.  This is an interesting development seeing ‘Afreen is Syrian territory.  Now we will see how Russia reacts if Syrian forces are hit by the Turk army.  Of interest also is how Iran, which has a mutual defense pact with Syria, will respond if the Turks trigger the pact.  So far, Iran has been extremely critical of Ankara’s actions in the north of Syria.  We at SyrPer do not believe the Turks have the muscle for a new war to their south.  While we have deep suspicions about the Kurds, they are, after all, Syrian citizens who look to Damascus for help and protection.

It is a virtual certainty that Donald Trump has no idea about what is going on in Syria or Iraq, for that matter.  He is consumed by a narcissistic obsession with how he is perceived globally.  As of today, the CIA is running foreign relations for the United States without any involvement by Rex Tillerson who seems clueless, rudderless, at sea.  These are the same CIA spooks who bet their world on overthrowing Dr. Assad.  They are now back with even more vitriol, pushing a Zionist neo-con agenda despite the radical changes on the ground.

The United States, as I wrote before, is in a fallback position in Syria.  With a large number of special operations soldiers helping the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces, they are especially vulnerable today.  Planning in Moscow and Damascus has shifted substantially from fighting a defeated ISIS to now extirpating U.S. forces from the country.  A lot will depend on Iraq’s cooperation with Damascus.  If the Iraqis deny the U.S. rights to fly over its territory, Washington will have to scrub any agreements with the Kurds in order to use Incirlik in Turkey.  It’s a mess.  The only other alternative, is the Zionist Terrorist State’s airbases which will bring about a potential WWIII or something truly horrible.  The U.S. has cornered itself.  It is trapped between a rock and a hard place with no perceivable way out.  Just as Afghanistan is sucking American energy, so will this latest adventure in Syria.  And it’s just beginning.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Mattis appears to be honest. Get this from my friend, Marcos Cruz Garcia:

https://www.mintpressnews.com/us-finally-admits-no-evidence-assad-used-sarin-gas/237615/

John Esq. sent me this great article from Newsweek, of all places, casting doubt about Syrian government’s use of CW:

http://www.newsweek.com/wheres-evidence-assad-used-sarin-gas-his-people-810123

Another fabulous article sent by John Esq. regarding the details of the encounter with the Zionist F-16:

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Edgar Palacio
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The situation in Syria is very complicated not so as politically as militarily, but the reality is that Syria is right now strong and resistant and his population understood the real game of US on time and now are with his president Bashar Al Assad. After the election period in Russia, I hope the russian will take more steps to expulse the gringos from Syria. Thanks Ziad for your blog.

Erdal
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Everywhere 1933 all over again

Youssef
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Quite possibly.

If there situation does not change soon we will see an uncontrollable cycle of violence that makes the last 7 years look like a fairytale

St. Geroge
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1933, I remember from high school, and now Syria is their latest target. And it was only 20 years earlier that they took control of the US money system.

” On Friday, March 24, 1933, the headline “Judea Declares War on Germany” was splashed across the front page of the (zionist) British newspaper Daily Express.”

American friend to Syria
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American friend to Syria

Israel wants to tax the largest and oldest church in Jerusalem.
https://apnews.com/9af7d38ed96540e5852f5cd6c08ae50a
Looks like they want to steal that land. Show this to any Christian you know who think Israel is Christians friend.

Christians in Syria, Iraq and Lebanon know Nasrahllah and Hezbollah, President Assad, Iran, Putin and Russia are their real friends. Bless the Syrian people, Syria, their military, allies and Pres. Assad.

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Kairos Palestine (http://www.kairospalestine.ps) is a call put forth in 2009 by the Palestinian Christian community to Christian churches worldwide pleading for support in their non-violent resistance to Israeli oppression of all non-Jews in both pre-1967 Israel (ie, non-Jewish citizens of Israel) and the areas occupied in 1967. The non-violent resistance includes calls for divestment until such time as Israel recognizes the equal, unalienable rights of all residents of Israel and Palestine. I’m trying to get my UU congregation to pass a resolution endorsing Kairos Palestine. I’ve been working on it for a couple months. Unfortunately, not much traction yet, but… Read more »
ziad
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i dont trust the news about saa going to afrin,this story has flip flopped back n forth with the rats saying yes and no,yesterday the news said a deal has been reached and again today it says otherwise,, ,they are as un organized as the terrorist groups who fight each other ,if however saa does enter afrin then they would have to create a no fly zone and warn turdgay ,as for the push in east ghouta i would be warry of the yanks in al tanf trying to sabottage it ,,”Washington will have to scrub any agreements with the… Read more »
ziad
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not sure what this is about but it seems like more kurds being bused through syrian controlled land towards afrin to help against fighting turkey,,but if syrian gov does make a deal then it should not be limited to only putting saa force on the border,this land belongs to syria not kurds and they have no say where syrian state army goes,i dont even see one syrian flag there,to hell with these traitors,assad did the smart thing by allowing more of them to go and fight and all kill each other ,maes him look good with the kurds and alienates… Read more »
ziad
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ziad

also russian soldiers should accompany saa if they go into syria,,maybe if the gov can convince turkey to leave if they can convince the kurds to hand in there arms and that saa will establish control of border there ,if not then fuck turdgay

ziad
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ziad

time to make afrin a no fly zone for anyone excpect syaf who should then go in and vaporise every turk into hot kebab,and if some rat kurds should get the brunt of it then so be it,,how callous of these turkish cunts to think they have any military control inside syria to dare attack the saa ,,,
Breaking: Turkish Army unleashes massive artillery attack across Afrin to deter Syrian Army intervention
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-turkish-army-unleashes-massive-artillery-attack-across-afrin-deter-syrian-army-intervention/

Syrian military denies entering Afrin region
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-military-denies-entering-afrin-region/

ziad
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ziad
hmm i seem to have forgotten my original theory about turkey being allowed to enter syria from the get go,so,,,,this might simply be the game planed by turdgay,russia and iran to allow syria to take back control after the kurds got a taste of turkish kebab and conceded ,it depends how ever if the kurds are willing to hand back control to the syrian gov and this is what turdgay has said they have no problem with,,perhaps they will leave afrin and then the game can be repeated in the east against the yanks,but turkey also said they expect the… Read more »
Youssef
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Thank you for the update. Most of this information is already know to most of us. What i want to know us. Whst I want to know is whst are the Russian Syrian Iranian, and Hezbollah alliance doing about the US occupation of Syrian territory and oil and gas fields..

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This is a very good article http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/02/19/resistance-must-put-interests-feelings-survive/ …First of all, Russia’s mandate in Syria is to assist the Syrian Arab Army in its fight against takfiri terrorists. Russia has zero obligation to go above and beyond for any nation state, although occasionally it has gone above and beyond such as when Russia gifted a substantial amount of weapons to Philippines during the ISIS occupation of the Filipino city of Marawi and after. Russia is under no obligation to start another war with both US and the Zionist entity for Syria, Iran, or Palestine or indeed anyone else. Russia is Russia,… Read more »
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Yes, this is an apt warning from Nedka. Somebody else here posted a similar article by Adam Garrie, who warns that relatively less disciplined PMU type tribal forces could cause a problem if they attack Turkish forces, as Adam warns potentially snatching defeat from the jaws of victory. Some will say these two are placing too much trust in Turkey. They are fearful that Turkey will attempt to stay in northern Syria indefinitely, a fear I share. However, I’ve often said that given the choice of rule by Damascus or rule by Turkey, the Kurds will choose rule by Damascus.… Read more »
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Was me @ Penny

http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/02/19/popular-mobilisation-units-of-
the-islamic-resistance-could-bring-about-the-downfall-of-the-syrian-arab-republic/

Regarding trust, I wouldn’t put it that way, there’s pragmatism in
the way partnerships evolve, multipolar partnerships that is,
such as is pursued by RF.
When looking at the further longer period possibilities, it all becomes
far more naturally.

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this is utter tripe spoken in the tongue of NATO Zionist COINTELPRO. 1) “Russia has zero obligation to go above and beyond for any nation state…” I call BS on this one. Russia is well aware that it is fighting for its own survival…better in Syria then in Russia. Also, if Syria falls or is divided or is occupied so will Iraq and the entire region be occupied and a training ground for ISIS and the like to be the launching pad for global aggression and terror. Allowing any continuance of this aggression in any form is just allowing the… Read more »
Youssef
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Sorry for the spelling. Using my iPhone

Xp89
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Youssef
have a look it seems Russia has started to raise the tone,
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russia-demands-immediate-withdrawal-us-forces-tanf-military-base/

Youssef
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I read this already. What I would like to see is action on the ground with air support.

You and I both know and understand that making speeches and talking to the terrorists and their supporters is redundant.

With that said there must be action Andy firm Sound Decision to let the enemy know they are serious.

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Action to liberate PALESTINE is coming

GUNS BLAZING

SOON, VERY SOON

CLOCK TICKING

TICK TOCK

TICK TOCK

Shekel Goldstein
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Youssef! You’re my hero son! tell the Goy more about those Palestinians my boy! Oy Vey!

Youssef
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You know what I love about this place…

Everytime someone makes a comment that is not in accordance with their way of thinking, they get accused of being a Zionist or an “Evil Jew”. Truth is most who think like that are ignorant, narcissistic, condescend scum. You don’t like what I say? Well Deal with it Skekel.

Seems like not very many people can handle the truth these day…

By the way there Shekel boy. I am not Jewish and I certainly can make a distinction between a phony and a fake!

Farty Beans
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Youssef: most jew denouncing cry babies over here are plain ‘trolls’ if not paid ones. Just ignore them.

Youssef
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Thank You Beans… Will do…

Just gets to me at time. No matter what there are always people that accuse other of something without reason.

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@Youssef: and on many occasions “they” are not even actual living people, but instead are the machine generated social media bots. It is becoming more and more widely recognized that a significant number of social media posting is actually an artifact of software programs trolling the Internet atempting to disrupt, misdirect, confuse and derail conversations and the free dissemination of information.

Youssef
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Woah

Are you saying that some responses and AI (Artificail Intelligence) response?

That has got me rethinking and if true We are in over our heads. Frightening to say the least. I hope it is not true. If so I will have to go live off grid.

Pacificnorthwest
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Increasingly written content of all kinds is being generated by machine learned systems that have been trained on the vast datasets that are available. Machine learning is a highly disruptive technology that is already a d will increasingly have a huge impact on our lives. It effects everything. Soon human truck drivers are going to be competing against fleets of machine learned robots, who never tire, never complain, never get sick. You are absolutely correct we should be waking up to the very real threat (but promise as well) of this new art/science of learning the program from the data.… Read more »
charles drake
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yes sir yousef i smell chabad

you remind me of adam gadan aka adam pearlman
a right royal ashkanazi turd

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsUtvOW6SR0

or is it Yusuf Khattab aka joseph cohen

Youssef
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charles drake

you don’t know me. it is better that way. So to you I am Jewish… and do you have a problem with that?

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Youssef, I don’t trust the Palestinian Authority as far as I can throw them, but you also need to realise the people have no choice in a 2 horse race where both trying to outdo each other, the reality is it’s better to have the Palestinians next door than the zionists, personally I’d stop trusting the authority but do we let the people suffer for the sins of their leaders?.

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You don’t have to be here – you contribute nothing !

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Youssef, I understand your anger at the Hamas political leadership who clearly stabbed Syria in the back. However, there have been Palestinians fighting on the side of the Syrian government as well. If I remember correctly from reports at the time, some of them played an important role in the liberation of Aleppo. You want Israel to bury them, too? You are falling for the old divide and conquer strategy of the Empire. The British disarmed the Palestinians in 1939, after the Arab revolt, so how do you think they should have defended themselves in 1947-48, with kitchen knives? Indeed,… Read more »
ziad
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agreed and i been saying the same about russia,,talk and demands are useless ,action is gold ,,they have not even made any threats towards the yanks,,as i said many times now ,do not count on russia when it comes to direct confrontation of yanks,turks,kikes or kurds ,there hands are politically tied and the same might go for iran ,def iraq

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You have 2 choices: 1) allow the conflict between the US and Turkey to develop, pitting two NATO allies against one another which will inevitably lead to the withdrawal of US forces to be replaced by Turks. The US is a permanent occupation supported by the Kurds and former ISIS members. The Turks will be opposed by both Kurds and the rest of the native Syria population. They will all join an insurgency. If the US stays to help Turkey, the Kurds will see this as the betrayal it is and will fight both. Both will be forced to withdraw,… Read more »
ziad
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it would seem like the best option is for syria to sit back and watch but more likely the US will not fight turkey and instead you will end up with two occupying forces at worst case scenario ,i think syria has stood by for a while now but if they have some kind of deal wiht the turks then it’s possibly being played out now that the kurds are asking for syrian help,,i think syria will try to regain power in afrin and maybe the turks will move on to the east or just sit back home watching the… Read more »
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Regarding two occupying forces, I don’t think the Kurds will accept Turkish occupation in their areas, and they may finally bow to Damascus for help. Unfortunately, they’re looking pretty obstinate right now.

ziad
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im hoping thats the plan as well ,that the kurds surrender back control of afrin to gov and this will make turkey go eastwards,it depends if this was part of the deal turkey and russia made or if doggy pulls another stupid move and we end up having two occupying forces where turkey continues to fight kurds in afrin ,so far doggy did say he would have no problem with saa taking control and disarming the kurds and i believe that is the syrian gov’s goal,,also i heard that the kurds in manbij are handing it back to the saa,i… Read more »
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Youssef, how about this article from AL-Manar. Lavrov the future president tells it like it is.

http://english.almanar.com.lb/448798

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As I sit here looking at this conflict, I really see no end in sight. Unless there is real movement and advancement by the Russians and Iranian on the ground to challenge the ISIS, SDF and US occupiers of Eastern Syria nothing will matter.

Additionally, why are the Russians not giving air support to the ground troops in the Eastern Syrian provinces. WTF?

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Dont worry. Russia will soon roll out a huge list of complaints to their US “partners”, probably asking them nicely to leave Syria. If that doesn’t work, they have a massive salvo of protests waiting to be launched.

Russia should have struck hard, and early, the moment the first US / NATO troops started appearing in Syria. It seems now its to late.

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@fog of war: I don’t think you truly appreciate the strategic realities that Russia must operate within. It is so easy to make braggadoccio chest thumping statements ike you do, in the vein of “Russia should have struck hard, and early, the moment the first US / NATO troops started appearing in Syria.”… after all it is just a few words strung together in a post without consequences for you. The global military balance of forces is still very much not in Russia’s favor. The Zio-NATO alliance has far more deployed military capacity in the middle east than anything Russia… Read more »
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Lots of words but lacking meaning. Let me ask you a question. When will it be the right time for Russia to militarily confront the US ? Also, forget about a reemerging multi polar world, because the ZioMasters will never allow it. Do you think they have no contingency plans for most of these developments. The ZioBeast’s plan is over a hundred years old, they’re not going to give up now because of some minor setbacks in Syria. Dont get me wrong, the Zio’s victory is not assured, but to sit here an pretend that Russia / Iran , and… Read more »
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@FOW: You are descending into incoherence, if your take on what I just said in my response to your statement is that I “naively” believe there is no global exitential struggle going on between the hegemony and the remaining powers that are not yet completely under its boot. When that is precisely the thrust of my position. Russia is constrained in the actions it can take in Syria by the realities of the much larger existential global struggle it is locked into (not by its choice, but by being forced into it by the actions of the hegemon)

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When will it be the right time for Russia to militarily confront the US ? Continued Russian restraint is slowly convincing the rest of the world that Russia respects international law and is a suitable long term “partner.” Perhaps once weak states see that the Empire can be successfully resisted, and stronger states start seeing Russia as a more reliable “partner,” the Empire can be defeated without firing a shot. Meanwhile, firing that shot could lead to nuclear winter and the destruction of most life on earth. Putin is walking a tightrope and deserves our respect and gratitude that we… Read more »
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@AR: implosion of empire, or even better still, an unstoppable slide down into complete irrelevance to history contained and increasingly ignored on the world stage.
Just about any scenario other than a total victory for the forces of global hegemony would be a much better solution than all out WW3. Our world us definitely in a tricky situation now. This is a global struggle.

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The transcendent willing.

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When is the right time Fog? I’ll tell you, when they’re NOT ready, they use the zionist trick, have all the plans ready and then provoke, and when the “enemy” attacks your plans come in motion and you beat them, the israelis did this so many times and I’m glad Syria didn’t attack when the zionists were ready, and if some here remember me saying the Syrians should not attack unless there is more than 1 or 2 enemy jets, well well well, seems many more this time did try and they met their match.

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Of course – Russia has been ‘warned’ by the Zio/US many times ! Russia has dismissed those ‘warnings’ as ‘accidents’ – Bluff and bluster are what the US do best. Russia has already enabled other countries to stand up ( although meekly) to the Zio/US hubris. My guess is that when push comes to shove – the US will be exposed and alone ! The desperation shown now by the US – reflects their number one priority – STOP the World Cup !! When Russia host the WC in June – the ‘perceived’ Russian ‘threat’ – perpetuated by the West… Read more »
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Robert Fisk asked a Syrian General how long did he think the war would last. The General replied that the first ten years would be the hardest.

I suspect he was joking but there is an underlying steeliness in that comment. The Syrians know that it will be a long war and they will never, ever concede to their enemies.

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Absolutely…

I think most feel that this is the common though and agreement.

I for one believe that if Russia, Iran, Iraq, and Hezbollah bring in more troops, the fight will be easier and the success rate will be faster.

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Youssef, well my two cents, first you got to let the people learn by themselves, how? to let them feel the sting of the things that come ( forget is easy if the life treat you nice)If Russia or Syria will think like you do, they will be like the Palestinians you hate so much, A lot of noise but no power to act, because is nice to be paid by the enemy and sell your brother for pennies( if I have to choose betwin my grand Ma or me, my grand Ma is a goner)Russia aproche Sadam Ussein and… Read more »
charles drake
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yousef is the new chabad seal stamped official thuc nukem replacement these rabbi love playing psychotic arab characters.
what a rotter
another busted talmoodick satanist

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Thank you Ziad for the update .Gods speed with the elimination of all of Syria’s enemies .
The US would be wise to take this opportunity and truly help in getting rid of the vermin nusra /al quaida etc. and then pack up and leave with not too much tail between legs so to speak. Otherwise their claim to stay where they are not wanted will bring more shame and disrespect onto them .

Youssef
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The Al Tanif region must be liberated and enough of this talk.

Time to tell the terrorists snd thet backer to leave Al Taniif.

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Off you go then…….enough talking.

charles drake
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youssef cannot fight himself he has flat feet and he is busy being a overcoat and jacket ticket boy at moses tel aviv late nite sauna owned by his friend shimon elliot
elliot simon pimp figure head of isis

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Things appear to be more complicated in the short term, but lets not forget that the overall territory in Syria under the control of foreign backed terrorists has shrunk considerably. Putin and Erdogan spoke on the phone today, which means an effort to avoid a confrontation in Afrin. I’m guessing the Turks will get to secure a buffer zone within Afrin, given how the map looks already. Will the YPG be disarmed from heavy weapons in the deal? My guess is that would be on the cards, because if the Turks are seeking buffers in Afrin, they probably are weary… Read more »
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Unfortunately, this is an overly optimistic posting which seems to ignore the realities on the ground, while not providing any new information. Seems rushed.

Fog of War
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Egypt buys stolen Palestinian gas. In other words, Egypt is part of the dark side.

– Netanyahu announces ‘historic’ gas contract with Egypt –

https://www.rt.com/newsline/419243-netanyahu-israel-gas-egypt/

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As of today, the CIA is running foreign relations for the United States without any involvement by Rex Tillerson who seems clueless, rudderless, at sea.

One might almost feel pity for Tillerson. He is up against Lavrov, arguably the most intelligent and experienced diplomat in the world. There is no contest here – a cat against a mouse.

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Tillerson is not the Secretary of State, as it would appear from the officious title of the position he is temporarily a mere bench warmer for. The bitter truth is that he is actually an obedient Zionist water boy, taking orders dictated to him from Tel Aviv and working for the peculiar interests of that ethno-supremacist totalitarian apartheid hell hole that is at the center of so much that is wrong and evil in this world of ours. Tillerson is not working for any actual American interests. The Israel firsters, who occupy most positions of power and influence in the… Read more »
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Excellent post.
I would throw freemasonry in with zionism too, tho some say the two are linked at the hip. The more exposure these vile ideologies get, the better.

Pacificnorthwest
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@DT: I concur and would generalize what you mentioned by saying that secret societies as a general rule lead to profoundly negative outcomes for society at large.

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IMO it is not good to overestimate things. Zionism is just another stupid idea of narrow-minded fanatics that is doing a lot of damage to the world. When the time comes, it will be dumped to the oblivion of history like a lot of other bullshit. Like Einstein said, it is not safe to say the universe is endless, however human stupidity definitely is.

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@Farty Beans: Seriously it is hard to overestimate the degree of influence and control over America that is wielded by Zionist organizations such as, AIPAC, JINSA, PNAC and so forth. I agree with you that Zionism is just another stupid (ethno-supremacist) idea that will eventually fade into the oblivion of history, but in the days we are now living through it is very much a force for evil in this world.

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I have been imprecise, I was referring to the perceived evilness of zionism. IMO that’s an overestimation of human nature.

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Unfortunately, or maybe inevitably and even a cosmically necessary condition for the existence of free will, there exists an innate capacity to become evil in humans. Zionism, especially as it has evolved (or rather devolved) into becoming, is an expression of the dark side of the human potential.

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Farty, I recomend to read The protocols of the elders of zion, you will see what drive them to do what they do…Free Palestine

anti_republocrat
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Better yet, read Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion: the Weight of Three Thousand Years. Shahak was an Israeli Jew, and nobody claims his book is a forgery.

anti_republocrat
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…with all the good, bad and the ugly that all such ancient and heterogenous traditions manifest.

Bingo. Perhaps the most dangerous bad that Judaism manifests is the refusal of many Jews to even acknowledge, let alone discuss the “problematic” texts in their Talmud and after discussion reject them. Read Israel Shahak’s Jewish History, Jewish Religion: the Weight of Three Thousand Years.

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@AR: “problematic” is a delicate way of describing the genocidal hatred manifested in those texts you refer to. There exist “problematic” texts in all religions, in my opinion. I agree with you that the living faiths, should self examine their “problematic” traditions and passages and after airing it out, as you say repudiate them. But, alas, and this is the case with all religions, they rapidly become fossilized defenders of orthodoxy. A living Jesus… say, for example, if he were alive today would be shocked and appalled at the many and multiple competing edifices of depravity and base criminality that… Read more »
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Yes, I continually remind myself that being delicate often disarms and opens the way for discussion, while impulsively insulting the stupid simply entrenches their stupidity.

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Not since the JFK assassination in 1963 have we seen the CIA with so much control over the US. The vermin Dulles would be proud.

Curo
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Would a CIA wage WW3?This is more a statement seeking confirmation than a question, really. Recent attacks on SAA formations who were accompanied by Russian citizens tells me it is the CIA who make on the spot hyper decisions against their adversary. Morell(former Director of CIA) confirmed this before.

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Shin, Lavrov will be the president of Russia in the not to distant future, maybe after Putin’s next election win, Medvedev is a snake.

Fog of War
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Really Lavrov ? Trying to equate Israhell to Iran is very disingenuous and dishonest.

– Lavrov refuses to condemn either Israel or Iran as their rivalry intensifies –

https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/02/lavrov-refuses-to-condemn-either-israel.html

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Lavrov is smart. It is not his job to describe reality accurately. It is his job to promote and strengthen Russia’s interests in the world, as well as its values and principles. He does that job supremely well. (and what he says in public may very well be different to what he says in private).

It is Syria’s great good fortune that these interests and values happen to coincide with those of Syria at this point in history.

Curo
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well said ancient sayings confirm that through wisdom and patience, success and forestaying fortune is assured.

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Nobody’s perfect.

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Syrian Marines training camp in coastal area

Its Pummeling Ghouta time. Get ready child jailers.. Get ready to meet their fathers.

Fog of War
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Where are all the college age men ? Are things this bad, manpower wise, or do the young of Syria not care enough to defend her ?

Pacificnorthwest
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@Fog of war: I wonder about your motivations sometimes. It almost seems like you are being paid to push a point of view and to demoralize resistance. There is a certain consistency in your negativity towards the Syrian people’s cause that permeates your posts. This last little stinking turd bomb of yours sounds like it was written by the PR department of the IDF.

Fog of War
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Are you going to pontificate, or address my question. The above photo shows a sever lack of young Syrian males. If telling the truth is being “negative”, then so be it. I’ve been supporting the Syrian struggle since the first shots of the Syrian “revolution”, so take your sanctimonious accusations somewhere else.

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Well trained and young enough. Youth is not necessarily the best asset in the frontline.

Pacificnorthwest
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@fog if war: I made an observation about the motivation of your displayed gratuitous negativity, which objectively can be said to have the effect of inducing a feeling of despair in the hearts of those who resist Zionist hegemony. Call it whatever you want, but the question I posed to you remains unanswered by you. Take your gratuitous negative observations somewhere else. There is nothing positive about what you said. How does it help the Syrian cause? The only cause that this kind of negative observation (that offers no positive advice to improve a bad situation) helps is that of… Read more »
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Pacificnorthwest,
I second your observations regarding Fog of War’s posts – relentless demoralization at every opportunity. I skip his posts, often.

Fog of War
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If you actually believe that anything said, or posted, on this blog has an effect on the Syrian war effort, you are seriously deluding yourself. Our discussions here have absolutely no impact Syria’s overall moral or war spirit. You are severely over inflating your importance to the Syrian people.

Pacificnorthwest
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Of course the war in Syria will be won by the Syrians and allied fighting forces, but in parallel there is a global information war going on. Not just regarding the events in Syria, but including a large number of currently evolving situations across the planet. Losing the information war will lead to loss on the physical battlefield. A river is far mightier than a mere drop of rain, but on the other hand every river is the result of the rain drops that have occurred. If you doubt the impact that the information war has, you have not really… Read more »
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I see well-educated and well-trained soldiers, all over from 20-45. IMO below 20-25 have nothing to do in a war.
Criticism is a simple procedure. It is no sign of intelligence whatsoever. Fog of war.

Fog of War
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The core component of every fighting force on this planet consist of twenty something year olds, Whether this be the Iranian, Russian, US, etc, etc. This has been the case through out history. Therefore, its almost obligatory to ask, why Syria’s latest batch of front line troops looks to be mainly in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s.

My original question still stands. Where are the young soldiers ?

HarryG
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More like Fog of Head…
There are so many more useful things you could have said; Pacific’s got a point.

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You seem to be judging the whole SAA by a dozen soldiers in one photo. Relax man.

Pacificnorthwest
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There are a whole bunch of young Syrians fighting and dying to defend a secular Syria from the mercenary hordes that the global crime syndicate has unleashed upon that nation like a plague. In the early part of the conflict an effort was made to encourage a mass out migration into Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and beyond. In the beginning it was pretty successful, and huge numbers of people fled the horror show of salafist headchoppers, but that early situation has, as far as I can tell been turned around and in fact as the Syrian state has been able to… Read more »
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The pictures are of 3-4 men. One has lots of gray hair, another a sprinkling. Two look like they have none at all. But yeah, there’s a decided lack of children with peach fuzz. Maybe they’re still in school and their fathers prefer to risk their own lives rather than their sons’.

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I was surprised to see George Clooney there!

Thucydides
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It showed me Russian method of using very small men at the front lines.
Small men = small target.
So a very good strategy.
I did not want to mention this. But you keep asking!

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Sorry Fog, with age comes intellect, young ones these days are stuck to their mobile phones and no nothing about this world.

Pancho Villa
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Pacific ….I second that, Free Palestine

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These men most likely have sons of fighting age.
They are volunteers. if the war goes long enough, the youth may be conscripted.
If their fathers are killed protecting the family line, they will fight with even more heart.
The Syrian people are fighting a very brutal group of empires and they are making tough choices about who goes in the fire first.
I would tell my son “do not join unless I ask you to, If I die, you will have to make that decision by yourself.”

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Both of you are very patriotic and sincere in your support for justice. I don’t think F O W is saying anything bad. I too have asked the same question. Truth is Syria is about 25% SHIA, ALAWII AND CHRISTIAN Combined. Most of the people are SUNNI. Many of the young Sunni men have either joined the terrorist side or have fled to europe…I want to add that the majority of the SAA is made of moderate secular Sunnis who would have been massacred by the Sunni Muslim extremist if the Syrian Government fell.

CHEVI789
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Correct, we are all one, regardless of sect or religion, united we stand, divided we fall.

AriusArmenian
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Don’t underestimate older men. When all that was left of Armenia after WW2 was invaded by the Turk army all it had left to defend it was old men, women, priests, children, pitchforks and other farm tools, and just a few guns. The Turk army was stopped. How could this miracle have happened? It was the undifferentiated will of the people to stand together and die for each other. The USSR army in WW2 defeated the Nazis with that same will. People in the West have lost it and do not realize what they are up against in the East.

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Napoleon had his Old Guard. Maybe so does Assad. This looks like a regiment that’s been around awhile, and I too noted the lack of young faces. I wouldn’t read too much into it without further info. One thing for sure, the SAA is stronger than ever.

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Tiger Forces War Dance outskirts of East Ghouta

Saladin
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Thanks Bundy for the pics of Syrian marines. They look tough and resolute. Would not want to mess with them. Wishing them strength!

Bundy
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15 civilians in #Damascus and Homs injured by terrorist shelling, as Syrian Arab Army including Tiger_Forces move in on NATO + Saudi backed East Ghouta gangs. Ceasefires failed. https://sana.sy/en/?p=127856

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OLD you say.. Old enough to be Good Enough to be a Tiger?

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Tiger Forces they aint kids and they aint old men.

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South Front – Syrian War Report – February 19, 2018 – Victorious Syrian Army And Syrian Kurds Working To Reach A re-Unification To Defend Syria’s Afreen Region From Invading Ottoman Jewhadist Sub-Animal Hords

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For those who are interested, I just got some info about the East Ghouta pre-invasion. The SAA, Tiger Forces and National Defense Forces are bombarding the entire region with artillery, rockets and missiles. The mission is to weaken the Nusra Rats and their commards in crime (Filthy Salafist scum Tfeh!!!) to the point where they can’t effective fight an all out assault. The assault has begun with massive firepower. No SAA troop have entered yet. I am assuming this might go on for a few day until the strength and will of the terrorist Nusra rats are weakened or defeated.
Penny
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The Kurds have denied there is any deal with SAA- or their allies
And the government in Damascus has not verified such a move either…

Penny
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conditions for the agreement and latest news

According to the latest ” Kurdish people’s protection units(YPG) deny agreement with Damascus to allow government forces to enter Afrin to help repel a Turkish attack”
at my blog or at syrialivemap

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Thanks for posting the article sent by John Esq. The success of Syrian defenses will give Israel second thoughts on rushing to attack. But undoubtedly Israel is conferring with their US vassals on how to defeat Syrian defenses.

The war on Syria is entering its second and more dangerous phase. The foreign button pushers warring on Syria are now more directly entering alongside their proxies rats.

The Syrian people have done the impossible against immense odds, like the Spartans at Thermopylae. The Syrian people will defeat whatever the foreign enemy vermin throw at them. History will remember their courage and victory.

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Arius, this is indeed a truly epic and heroic battle, and we are all part of this amazing fight back against the big onslaught of lies, imperialism and war crimes by a big but crumbling cabal of reckless criminals. The Syrian people and their allies, despite being under-financed, under-armed, under sanctions, and underwhelmed, are winning because they are on the side of truth and justice, they are fighting for survival, they are courageous and they are at home. You can outnumber someone but if they fight with true conviction, they will win. I don’t see the foreign mercenaries fighting with… Read more »
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Yes indeed #AntiJihadist. So far, this struggle is reminiscent of Vietnam, Cuba?, Afghan including one resilient central-american country. They all were beaten resource-wise, but they came on top due to their resolute fighting spirits. Ask anyone about Yemeni’s bare-footed, tobacco chewing warriors. You will love their after-the- battle chant.

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I reckon Syria is a deadly trap set for The Empire by Russia, China, Iran – who all knew full well The Empire was always coming to Syria on the way to assualt Russia, China, Iran.

Logically if you were Russia, China, Iran it would be silly not to, wouldn’t it.

Curo
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Insightful comment DT. We all need to voice mantraize the events, put these into a pictograph for all to read amidst the MSM lies.

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This epic struggle is the Battle of Kurukshetra of the age, in which the personification of the Almighty, Lord Krishna led the forces of light to victory against the evil Kuravas. Like its ancient equivalent, the Syrian war is a divine war. It is fought between inchoate demonic evil, and human nobility. The living incarnation of God has already saved the Syrian Arab Republic. I am unable to conceive He will let her fall.
[I know you may think these rantings nuts. well, I have inside info which I choose not to elaborate on. Trust me. Heh-heh]

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!!!ههههه

Canthama
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It has been 4 days of air attacks (last count was 73 air strikes) in many areas through out East Ghouta. Artillery shelling, GRADS and Tochka missiles being used also, in a pin point attacks. As said yesterday, scouts and storm troopers already taking positions deep in enemy territory and coordinating air strikes and artillery, several direct hits yesterday and today, mostly on weapons depots and terrorists large gatherings. It is important to mention that there are several, maybe on the a hundred SAA soldiers as sleeper cells in East Ghouta. The same happened in Eastern Aleppo, these fellows will… Read more »
AntiJihadist
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Canthama, I already see long lines of green buses to Idlib where the Jihadi hell hole will plunge into further chaos, to the benefit of Syria.

Tom
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Bus the Jihadi’s to Idlib? Cut out the middleman and take them to Paris where they will be welcomed with open arms and celebrations on the Champs-Élysées the likes of which haven’t been seen since those heady days in the spring of 1940 when der Fuhrer did his little jig. I hear the mayor of that famous burg would be willing to light up the Eiffel tower for them, for a price no doubt. Hell, my drama teacher imposing as the Prime Minister of Canada claims they are impassioned youth that have lost their way and only need to be… Read more »
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Any idea on use of drones, whether reconnaissance or attack? My feeling is they would be very needed to avoid civilian casualties and to get real time info on strikes. Thanks for your reply.

Canthama
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TT, SAA has many drones so does the Russians, they are used many times in battles and East Ghouta will be full of them.

Civilians casualties will be minimized thru corridors (like Aleppo) and a lot, I mean a lot of diplomatic effort. Right now a Russian plane traveled from Damascus to Riyadh, the latter is in a hyper mode to get many wahhabeasts from East Ghouta (green buses) and civilians are the bargain used so far. It is not confirmed that this flight had only Russians, most likely it had Syrian negotiators in it.

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Canthama, why air force is needed for East Ghouta, while it is such a small area that it could all be covered through artillery.
And Iran is making Precision Guided Ammunition for the artillery. Drones from air pin point the enemy position, and then artillery could hit it easily using precision guided ammunition.

Canthama
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Veg, East Ghouta pocket has a size of some 15-16 kms east-west to 10-12 kms north-south.
Choppers are vital for bombing places inside the the urban areas, and SAAF is doing that, while jets are less used, though it will be deployed in heavy saturation strikes in a smaller area or precision strikes.

East Ghouta will be a battle fought primarily on the ground, TOS will be used and many more precision weapons, such as T90, very accurate in the open farm areas of East Ghouta but not for urban battle.

Storm troopers will be massively used.

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Hope you are right. I would have used the troops to go for Ad Dumayr and northern Homs
– keeping my fingers crossed

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Aleppo had further pressure from Idlib’s terrorists, which was a real meat grinder when the East Aleppo pocket broke up for several days in the south, remember? This time, no other force will come to help them, the pocket is tight.

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No agreement with Syrian regime, only a call to protect border: Kurdish forces spokesperson “Our forces have not reached an agreement. We have only called on the Syrian army to defend the borders from Turkey’s assault,” Mahmoud clarified. “There has been no agreement with the Syrian government for the handing over of Afrin.” As I said at my place.. If Damascus was to aid the YPG/PKK what did they get in exchange? It’s sensible that if an agreement was made Damascus would have had to gain something for the assistance. I don’t believe the Assad government is a government of… Read more »
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It seems to me the YPG people are not free to do what they want to do. They have to follow the order of their US paycheck masters and weapon providers. What are they going to do when the situation in Afrin gets really bad to them? Run away?

Penny
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I’m sure the Usrael crowd will prop up the kurds wherever they go…

Farty Beans
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If they are all interested in their check only and can run away, then it makes no sense to negotiate and wait for them to change their mind. If rhey need to take the opinions of their base into account then they can’t hide and will have to give in once the Turks will put Afrin seriously in danger.

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None of us really know the details yet. Denials will be rife before a deal is done.

I don’t see the Syrian high command sending Syrians to die for Kurds who don’t even recognize Damascus’s rule or sovereignty without a serious commitment in return. Syrians confronting Turks over Kurds is not going to happen unless there is a very good deal. The Kurds have already shown their loyalties, and they are fickle.

The Kurds have the weakest hand in this whole affair, nobody will be rushing to give them an easy deal.

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Penny, if I was in charge this deal would not even be heard of, some here say that they are Syrian, well if they were then why where they so hell bent on trying to create their own country, let the turks kill them off and THEN you demand the turks leave or face over 100,000 Missiles that will target turks on Syrian soil only.

ziad
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exactly the plan i would have as well,,i said before let the turks and kurds kill each other and then move in on the turks whom no one will support or be against ,of course usa might use the opportunity of nato pact to attack saa,they are a wild card that need to be dealt with first,,if you can get rid of the yanks you can do anything and it will send a message to turdgay ,al tanf must be cleared ,eastern rat kurd held syria will be isolated ,iraq needs to be in on it as well

Penny
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Chevi- I don’t think Assad or anyone from Damascus made this deal. It seems just to implausible

CHEVI789
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Penny, it’s been confirmed that they have made a deal and the militia has entered with video’s below as proof, and they were chanting the Syrians are one.

https://www.rt.com/news/419337-syrian-fighters-enter-afrin-turkey/

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Hi Chevi: I’ve been following the news all day- Damascus hasn’t said a word about a deal- Russia hasn’t said a word- A video of some random flag waving men doesn’t tell us a whole lots—- Kurds waved ISIS flags as well as their own
– I’m talking false flag entirely at my blog- a ruse to bring in more PKK partners- same as has occurred in Iraq. In hopes of getting the US and likely france involved..

CHEVI789
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We’ll see Penny, I just showed a link, they are Syrians, and you could be right into saying a false flag, we’ll see pretty soon.

ziad
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like you i have my doubts on this so called pro gov forces entering afrin,,it looks more like a small dog n pony orchestrated show,these might even be kurds and trying to bait turkey against saa in order to force saa hands into a deal they never made,at least not yet that i know of officially,we have seen this story flip flop so nothing tells me that Assad has made any decisions yet ,plus this might give yanks the excuse to fight syria directly since they are a nato pact should syria directly confront turkey

Penny
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I’m actually wondering if the Kurds were looking to bait Damascus into a move which would have seen the USrael step into the fray to

1- save their pkk/ypg allies

2- intervene against a wayward NATO ally Turkey (cause USrael doesn’t want to the Turks to impede their Israel 2.0 creation) Much like many syper participants

3- both feet in the door in western syria- aiding the PKK/YPG in connecting their cantons across northern syria- bad news for Syria. bad news for Turkey

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I’d say there’s truth to this. At least some factions in the US (Pentagon mainly) are finally getting truly worried that the Turks are not kidding about cutting off the US if they don’t back down on supporting the Kurds. Tillerson is schmoozing overtime, but the Turks are still waiting to see US action, not more words. Essentially, the only way Assad could screw this situation up would be to agree to the lose-lose position of confronting the Turks (thus driving them back into the arms of the US), and losing loyal soldiers to protect a bunch of two-faced Kurds… Read more »
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Interesting thought there 🙂 ” but the Turks are still waiting to see US action, not more words. Essentially, the only way Assad could screw this situation up would be to agree to the lose-lose position of confronting the Turks (thus driving them back into the arms of the US), and losing loyal soldiers to protect a bunch of two-faced Kurds who are refusing to disarm specifically so they can fight the Syrian government” The Turks won’t get what they are looking for from the US- PKK/YPG withdrawal from Manbij- The US has had 18 months already to get that… Read more »
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Penny
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thanks for the link I shall have a read asap 🙂
I had an article about the PMU’s (all of them) and would say some of them are US allies- example being the Sadr militias in Iraq. Definitely a US ally (IMO)

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The Kurds were most likely told “no deals with the SAA” by their hebrew masters, it will soon be too late if they keep dawdling anyway. It was the zionist plan to partition Syria from the start of the war, one way or the other, the Kurds and Turks are just jewish tools in this regard. I do not think we will see Erdogan fighting with the Ami’s.

Penny
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“It was the zionist plan to partition Syria from the start of the war, one way or the other”

That’s been my opinion for many years now- hence my use of the Israel 2.0 aka Kurdistan

DT - Regime Change Watch
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‘I’m actually wondering if the Kurds were looking to bait Damascus into a move’

I would say you have hit the nail on the head Penny. There is definitely a fine razor-edge balancing act going on here that reeks of a trap. Dragging the SAA into a scenario between 2 US stooges (Turkey / kurds) is a bad idea and stinks of a possible planned US killathon against SAA that would detract from the US dilemma with Turkey / kurds – it is a win win for the US – unless the kurdish threat is neutralized first.

Penny
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I had also thought another possibility would be for YPG/PKK to allow PMU in to Afrin- stage a ‘chemical attack’ and count on the US and France to take action- which is another way of baiting Damascus
with the same 3 point result I’d already mentioned.

ziad
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Breaking: 3 trucks loaded with ‘tons’ of chlorine enter Syria’s Idlib from Turkey – reports
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-3-trucks-loaded-tons-chlorine-enter-syrias-idlib-turkey-reports/

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Syria will be the Yanks Stalingrad, sooner rather than later, hopefully.

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I agree with you. But, I think it will be an economic Stalingrad. As a loyal citizen I cannot imagine how much longer we can continue this, The absolutely endless Afgan fighting, , secret struggles going on in the east and centrral Africa, meddling in the Ukraine , and now a major threat from North Korea. Prices are going up greatly which tells me the government is printing baseless paper money. I am patriotic and have had two sons serve in the military who have since returned to farm. I was initially positive about the involvement of the US in… Read more »
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You should be getting up earlier to pay more taxes Alex.. After all, with the new tax cuts for the rich, stocks are up 50%.. Someone will have to make up the loss in revenue and lucky you have been selected. The great news is, one day.. Your children and their children will be paying that humongous debt to the banksters.. England is still paying off 500 year old war debt. But their debt is 100th the one the US has. Remember a debt is never forgiven. Sorry but you dont own a farm to bet anything. Maybe in name… Read more »
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What is funny is that the US schools teach that the North (yankees) freed the slaves during the American Civil War, when in reality, it was actually a war to enslave everyone.

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So why is the Syrian army moving into Afrin to save the Kurds who are America ground forces trying to carve out a oil rich State. Why Syria do not allow and assist the Turks to wipe out the Kurds and settle that problem. Iraq, Syria, Turkey and Iran have to form a security collation in the middle east to maintain the sovereignty and integrity of their countries collectively. Syria must now provide their soldiers with MANPADS or portable air defense systems to protect their airspace and must be prepared for 2nd wave of retaliatory strikes.

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true but you can just not trust the turks. They can bring more devil to syria than the kurds. They can support the islamic terorrist like in ghouta and elsewhere. I think syria tries to balance the forces of evil. This is not easy. Bring the kurds to accept the syrian goverment by using the turks. Give the turks not to much inroad in syria so you can ecpel them later. This is complicated strategy

Bundy
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Syria will have control, maybe not civil administration.. They will agree because to let the turks get afrin means great danger to Aleppo which is the Turkish target. They have been after it ever since they lost a very important and strategic city 100 years ago..

idiocracy
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Syria must not let the turks get all of the mountains.
Turkey is larger, and thus, a natural defense is needed.

Cosmos
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Not knowing what is actually occurring behind the scenes, it is hard to believe the SAA would risk fracturing the alliance to venture into this fray. The PMU could be the wildcard.

A good analysis (in a worst case scenario) here:
http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/02/19/popular-mobilisation-units-of-the-islamic-resistance-could-bring-about-the-downfall-of-the-syrian-arab-republic/

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A precondition to the SAA entering PKK territory was for the PKK to give up their American Arms, thus ending the threat to the Turks. Do not think this will happen. SAA should definitely start to move their front lines forward as soon as possible, push the PKK into the FSA and liberate as much territory as possible.

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Very nice article; Syria will have to be cautious, cleaning up all the territory from Turkish presence is risky as long that Israel is looking for a pretext, Syria & Iran will have a hard time to handle two big fronts. Is it possible that Israel attack Syria and Turkey seize the opportunity to take Aleppo? I don’t think so because Russia will be furious at Turkey. It’s hard to accept the idea that part of the North could be occupied by Turkey for some years, but the Israeli potential front make it virtually impossible for Syria to make any… Read more »
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Turkey must come to the full realization that its two choices are 1) genuinely respect internationally recognized borders and sovereignty or 2) its own loss of Kurdish territory: http://brilliantmaps.com/new-middle-east/

Tom
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Turkey has had a problem respecting international borders for years. There must be something in the water at NATO HQ in Brussels. (Cyprus and Greece come to mind.) Where will Turkey stop? Vienna perhaps? Where is the Holy Roman Empire when you need it? President Assad has an intricate maze to navigate with the illegal US presence in eastern Syria, Turkey performing joint patrols with Al Nusra in Idlib and invading/occupying in the north, Israel in the south, Turkish/US relations (just to name a few). This is no easy task. In the past Syria has always taken the threat of… Read more »
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1) could the average supporter or ally of the axis of resistance state mind on the following palestinian/arab perspectives here also ? if you are a supporter of the axis of resistance and given the choice to vote for the mostly arab Joint List’s political party’s leader Ayman Odeh in israhell next year would you vote/recomend voting for him or boycott him and the entire the vote/elections? is Ayman Odeh, though the only arab non jew candidate with a big shot for winning next year’s 2019 election in israhell , also a puppet/ fake/controlled / opposition? he isn’t a zionist.… Read more »
Bundy
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What Turkish citizens think: Which policy Turkey should adopt in Syria?

– 50% want to remain neutral and not intervene at all
– only 14% want support of “armed opposition groups”
– only 6% support a Turkish military intervention in Syria

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You’re probably the same Frank who wrote here that SAA will never be able to liberate East Aleppo, 18 months ago ?
Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum

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Here we go again, Turks thinking they have a right to go into Syria and attack their army, you know what? regardless of what we’re hearing from Russia I’d bet Russia will if need be attack the turks that are only on Syrian land, I mean geez, they can fire off missiles from the Black sea fleet, sorry folks, the invaders are fkd no matter which plan they invoke or whom they support, it’s ALL going to fail.

http://english.almanar.com.lb/448930

And I don’t know who to believe here, are the SAA going into Afrin or not?.

http://english.almanar.com.lb/448908

ziad
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dont count on russia to do fuck all when it comes to direct confrontation of turks,yanks,kurds and kikes ,said it before ill say it again

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@zad: I don’t think you fully appreciate just how hard it is to globally confront the hegemony seeking globalist crime syndicate, especially from a position of relative weakness, which has certainly gotten less critical than it was as recently as a decade ago, but that still is a considerable factor constraining what actions Russia is able to take. The attempted strangulation and dismemberment of the Soviet Union, and afterwards of Russia is on-going and has been going on for many decades. To understand Russian actions, or its inability to act at times, it is necessary to understand the existential constraints… Read more »
ziad
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my point still stands then,,dont count on russia for direct involvement against these bastards

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Ottoman invasion & land grab. Pure and simple. So why approve it?
How dumb would anyone have to be .. to openly support ‘operation olive oil’ in the naive belief that when it concludes (if ever) the Turks and their terrorist proxies will just go away?
*I hope I don’t get too many thumbs downs for questioning Russia’s past errors in judgement when trusting other nations to ‘do the right thing.’

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Welcome back old friend.

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ziad
I agree with your point in this context but I think you make a mistake to argue: “dont count on russia for direct involvement ..”
*They have been VERY directly involved since 2015!

ziad
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ziad

not directly against usa,turks,kurds,israhell

aleksandar
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It’s funny to see that the only way you can envision for Russia to intervene is ” attack and brute force “. Probably cos you’re american.
Russia has a lot of cards in hand, about commerce, trade an so.
Let “Panzer diplomacy ” to Trump and co, it has always been a recipe to fail.

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probably cos you’re american j’adore !

Царь-Колокол
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Царь-Колокол

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CHEVI789
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We’ll see ziad, you might be right, but I don’t agree, let’s see what happens in the end.

ziad
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ziad

im not saying russia is completely of no help,,they can make moves indirectly perhaps ,,but if it comes to direct head on fight with usa,turks,israhel or kurds they will not do it ,this is why it will take possibly a very long time for syria to dislodge all these criminals

CHEVI789
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Only time will tell ziad, what can I say, we have our own opinions, one of us or none of us are going to be right, only the end will tell.

ziad
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yeah shit happens and there may always be unexpected surprises,,,so time will tell

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Damascus, Syria – February 19th 2018 – Updates From Jewhadist Occupied Eastern Damascus Cauldron

http://www.nsfwyoutube.com/watch?v=n_J5Aa9dCGM

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Viktor Mikhin – Syria: the War has Finished – but the War is Continuing

https://journal-neo.org/2018/02/19/syria-the-war-has-finished-but-the-war-is-continuing/

Russian Ministry of Defense writes:

‘We cannot exclude the possibility that the Americans carried out this barbaric action because, acting by proxy, they are trying to prevent Syria’s legitimate government from strengthening its position on the left bank of the Euphrates, that is to say, in the areas where the USA is seeking to develop its own influence.’

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Thucydides
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CIA was created by the Bank of London to serve in the interests of the Rothschild family.
Just mafia organisations/families trying to robe Syria from its gold, oil and gas.

https://youtu.be/y7HBV5jp0ZI
Eustace Mullins, CIA made by London bankers.

St. George
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Eustace Mullins knows the Khazarian’s agendas inside and out.

Against Empire
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Thank you Ziad. An insightful article with lots of details. All power to the SAA and Tiger Forces, and all those fighting for Syria.

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isis sleeper cells activities map, wont be gone until US is kicked out. Killed almost 30 PMU members in Iraq 2 days ago.

gray- light attack – checkpoint . nights attacks
black- high scale attack- including . ambush . suicide attack . checkpoint attacks . nights attack. mortar attack

Canthama
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Strong ground operation the far eastern side of the east Ghouta pocket. Artillery continue to fall on Nashibiyah cauldron and what it seems one of the Tiger Forces storm troops have started to move in Hawsh al-Khanim with flanking protection move at Hawsh al-Zariqiyah.
There are multiple diversions in place at the moment, we will see some good surprises soon.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=33.521147&lon=36.471605&z=14&m=b&gz=0;364460706;335065840;276374;279068;0;203227;73385;49022;537300;0;514125;164589

Contrary to many thoughts that Nashibiyah is the main target, the TFs may be aiming for Autaya and that will cause the collapse of Nahibiyah and surronding while moving the frontline deep into the farming areas with much less defenses.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=33.528087&lon=36.432896&z=13&m=b&gz=0;364334964;335099834;159645;527986;0;0

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East Ghouta is incredibly important to this war at this point. Damascus will be strengthened considerably once this pocket of vermin is eliminated.

I am betting there is a large US UK isr contingent of ‘advisors’ here too.

Curo
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were it by me, i would have these terror patrons filmed, all details exposed for the world to see

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Curo, I recall two videos from Ukraine. One was I think in Mariupol. The reporters camera person was filming the reporter holding a mic to a soldier walking along the street, trying to get a comment. The soldier finally responded, “Outa my face. Get outa my face.” The other was of a captured soldier being beaten at some undisclosed location repeatedly whining, “I’m an American. I’m an American citizen,” like the US Consul would appear any second.

Jean
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An propaganda war is at full speed in the West. It’s all about the evil Assad regime bombing ruthlessly those poor lil’ rebels, after a full month without any news about turkish moves in Afrin. I’m so f*cking tired of presstitutes.

Bundy
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https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/965529742471581696

How will this affect the future operations? mcgorg it kicking his fat self.

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Guy Thornton
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Is it too much to hope for that since E Ghouta is fairly small territory and surrounded….that we might eventually capture some White Helmets before they make off? I’d like to hear their story before they are shot.

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This article is definitely worth a read…

Poland Is Exploiting Its American “Alliance” To Stand Up To “Israel”
http://www.eurasiafuture.com/2018/02/19/poland-exploiting-american-alliance-stand-israel/
Written by Andrew Korybko on 19th February 2018

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Perhaps there’s also a dim awakening within a growing minority of the US Deep State that Israel has been no asset in the Middle East. MIC requirements for widespread warfare and chaos and the resulting Deep State policy to create an “arc of instability” from the Sahel through the Middle East to Central and Southern Asia would likely be the same without the stimulus of Israel, but there’s no doubt that Israel and its neocon dual citizens egged the policy on. They may now provide a useful scapegoat that can be blamed for US loss of influence in Lebanon, Syria,… Read more »
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Israel is a liability for most Americans. For a small trigger happy minority its an asset, and that minority has a fetish for Armageddon and a bearish outlook for world peace. There is a good reason why Jews were deemed threats by most empires, except the Anglo-American empire, who happily embraced them to their own detriment. Now I know there are Jews who are not Zionist, and who are not a problem. However, a small vocal segment of Jews, – Zionists, have since Roman times worked to steer the body politic towards Zionism, which usually stands at odds with security… Read more »
St. George
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The jews wrote the Scofield reference bible in 1909 to indoctrinate the masses into Judeo-Christianity, an oxymoron propaganda agitprop used daily in their controlled zio-media. In reality they prefer to kill Christians,

https://www.thestar.com/news/world/2018/02/19/daesh-claims-responsibility-for-church-shooting-that-killed-5-in-russia.html

johny
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The great operation of the Syrian army begins to release the eastern Ghouta .. at the same time the west propaganda will start .. The evil Assad that bombs and kills civilians .. the bombings every day in the same hospital .. the bad Asand who kills his people with chemicals .. the recipe is known .. the only defense from the gangs of terrorists in Ghouta will be the civilians who will use it as a shield .. here are two pictures to know what professes the revolution .. To the left side the university in Latakia of the… Read more »
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This is the disgrace of the West. People in the West remaining in a state of total ignorance, out of a lack of interest within a cozy context of a domineering indoctrinating propaganda called the press. The West will either overcome this state or go down humanly, culturally and scientifically, preceding its continual economic and political demise.

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Not just total ignorance; willful as well. I have a friend who keeps sending me links from Yahoo!, usually incredible trash about the injustices committed by other governments. When I confront him, he claims to be against US policies as well, but mostly what he continues to send is links from Yahoo! Many times, I’ve given him links to other sites, to no avail.

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I have tried over the years to fiure the “why”, for me the main culprit is arrogance. It always boost the ego to believe that you are a white knoght who can “enlight” other people – even if someone can’t spot Syria on a map, he thinks he can “fix it”. Tell them that US or Canadian soldiers are throwing babies out of incubators, they will dismiss it as stupid propaganda. Tell them that the SAA or Russians are doing it, it will certify them in their belief that they live in a superior culture

AntiJihadist
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We are living through a geopolitical flippening…the West is undermining the trampling on the values that once made it great, while autocracies like Russia, China, Iran are upholding international law and common sense, as best they can, while the cheating, arrogant Western powers try to get away with impunity while portraying themselves as morally superior via the organs of an infiltrated mainstream media. But even that is failing. Unfortunately, alot of people in the West are easily fooled, and fail to notice what is really going on. They would rather take comfort in the Hollywood narrative of good cop /… Read more »
Pacificnorthwest
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The west enjoys the best government money can buy… how lucky we are

ruca
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Keep up the good work AR

Curo
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Interesting how one finds veritable news at Yahoo! ha ha ha.

Bundy☭
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Pro-Syria|n government forces will be deployed to the Afrin border – YPG spokesperson. SAA is already inside afrin but not deployed until Turkey says its okay. YPG/PYD officials were expressing their desire to join anti-Iranian front led by Saudi Arabia&Israel just a few months ago. Now the very same guys are saluting Iran backed forces heading to Afrin. Liwa Al-Baqir is the main force & spearhead of the popular forces entering Afrin to support the Kurd brothers in their battles against the terrorists of FSA & the Turks, in a timeline that will be set by our Syrian and Iranian… Read more »
jfb
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The claims from YPG officials have no credibility. Only if the syrian government confirm, but even in that case the Kurds seem to go back on their words constantly

Bundy☭
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Not official, local shia militias

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Turkish forces shell Syrian Army after they entered Afrin – reports https://sptnkne.ws/gMBS

jfb
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It brings us back to this eurasiafuture article where Iran is backing the PMU against the will of Moscow and perhaps even Damascus.In that specific case I think that Moscow is right; the Turks are opportunists, they know that Israel is some kind of allied which will prevent Damascus from recovering its territory in the North right now.

AntiJihadist
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What if the Turks and Syrians (Russians and Iranians) are hatching up a plan to rout out the Kurds so all benefit? It would set a warning to the SDF. The Kurds in Afrin have little bargaining power. I think this operation is being coordinated.

I don’t think Turkey, Syria, Russia and Iran seeking a confrontation here, but rather, a way to make an example out of the Kurds. The message is to the US and the SDF.

Watch this space.

Bundy☭
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Deployment of Syrian (mainly Shia) popular forces from Nubl & Zahra to Afrin, as reported by Hizbullah media, signals some backtracking on part of Syrian govt, which initially planned to deploy SAA. This is both tactical Syrian-Kurd & Shia-Kurdish alliance, sanctioned by Iran

Not approved by Russia or Turkey. Maybe not even Syria.

Turkish jets are bombing the convoy.

AntiJihadist
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AntiJihadist

It seems strange to rush in a convoy in harms way without security guarantees. What would Iran hope to achieve with this? Turkey would think Iran is supporting YPG which would not bode well without a proper understanding in place.

Frank
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i can’t believe they are going in there. the turks told them flat out , do not do it. yet there they are. its a major mistake. they don’t want to mix it up with the turks. the turks have a modern up to date army with complete air support and intel on the ground. the syrian army is flying blind as usual on this matter. one way in and no way out except in a body bag. waste of men and material’ .

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H.R. McMaster Back Stabs Trump

JEW OTTOMAN Sub-Animals
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South Front – Syrian War Report – February 20, 2018 – Invading Filthy Smelly Little Ottoman Jewhadist Sub-Animal Monster Hords Threaten To Attack Syrian’s Army

Kill OTTOMAN SUB-ANIMALS
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Victorious Syrian Army Beginning To Enter Afreen

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ANNA NEWS OLEG Visited the Suqaylabiyah an Eastern Orthodox Christian Syrian City.

Curo
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General Issam Zahreddine was as recently as 2016, if I am not mistaken about the date, sanctioned by the EU General Assembly(actually a witches coven) high priestess Margharretti. If you get sanctioned by these satanists, you pretty good at your job of saving lives(Jesus edict). Praise be to thee General of Love and Peace!!!

JewSA Occupation Of Syria
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UN Security Council – February 14, 2018 – H.E. Dr. Bashar Jaafari Statement at The Security Council Meeting Over The JewSA Coalition Of War Criminals Invading and Occupying Syria

Tony Lizzerri
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Questions: This SAA deployment in Afrin is confusing. Under what understanding with the Kurds, Russians and Turks is the SAA entering? Why is the SAA so interested in helping the SDF when the SDF/Kurds have so badly betrayed the SAA and sided with the US? The Russians acquiesced to the Turks and ‘allowed’ them to attack Afrin and leverage its airspace in the first place, so what was the Syrian government’s position on that? I can’t imagine any daylight between the Russian stance and the Syrian government’s. My hunch is that this is all orchestrated. The SAA has no intention… Read more »
St. George
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Yes, These are militia expeditionary forces moving forward now to take control of Afrin , the main SAA will follow up. Erdogan is spewing a lot of anti-Syrian rhetoric right now, perhaps to appease his American allies.

Some Dude
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I haven’t heard Erdogan say anything BUT anti-Syrian (anti-Assad) rhetoric during all the time of conflict.

Only his stance towards Russia has dramatically changed recently, albeit only to get in a better position to back-stab Putin.

St. George
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Frank’s birth name is Shlomo Finkelstein, he doesn’t like to use his real name for obvious reasons.

NATO Slave Of Israel
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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov Visits Munich to Watch NATO Obedient Slave Of Israel Allies Squabble Amongst Themselves Over The JewSA Coalition Of War Criminals in Syria

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Rabbi Faces Criminal Charges Over Having Sex With Teenage Prostitute

https://sputniknews.com/us/201802201061834324-rabbi-sex-with-underage-prostitution/

The teenager was forced to have sex with the rabbi along with 30 other men.

ARYEH GOODMAN, 35, who runs a JEWISH EDUCATION CENTER AT HIS HOME was one of some 30 men brutalizing this teenage girl.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: “Pedophilia is good for children”

JewSA War Crimes in Syria
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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Carving Up Syria: Anything Left For The Syrians?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K_oTI2rxx9o

Ottoman, JewSA, and the Jews are all carving out parts of Syria to control at the expense of the Syrian authorities.

Have we gone back to war criminal Obama’s 2013, where partition of Syria was to be achieved by force?

What will Iran and Russia do?

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Ron Paul has to watch out all the time because the Rothschild mafia family forced him to withdraw from the presidential race by threatening him with MURDERING his daughter (through the CIA they control)

CIA serves ONLY the interests of the London central bank which is OWNED by Rothschild family.

FBI serves ONLY the interests of the FED (Federal Reserve USA) which is OWNED by the Rothschild family.

https://youtu.be/y7HBV5jp0ZI
Eustace Mullins

Zorg
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He is 82 years old. Not exactly the age to conduct a campaign across the US.

Penny
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Afrin False Flag ??

I do suspect that the PKK/YPG are attempting to and/or may have brought reinforcements into the area under false pretenses.
The YPG/PKK may have thought they could mislead Turkey by claiming their reinforcements were allies of Damascus. It seems apparent Ankara & Damascus have an understanding regarding the Afrin operation.

Penny
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It’s being reported these militias have already withdrawn…I truly hope that I’m correct and these are NOT syrian loyalists because they appear to be cowards- And IMO anyone who has maintained loyalty to Syria has not been a coward

Cosmos
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Contrary to all the hyperbole and disinformation in the media this rapprochement with the Kurds is not happening. Damascus and Moscow want them to lay down their weapons and insist “….on the rapid restoration of Syria, the lifting of Syrian flags on official buildings, and the return of institutions of health, education, security and services to Syrian sovereignty.”

see here:
https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/02/afrin-waiting-for-damascus-kurdish.html

and here:
https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/02/ypg-claims-that-russia-is-reason-syrian.html

Bundy☭
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Pro-Syrian government forces, who were trying to enter the northern Kurdish enclave of Afrin, have withdrawn after Turkish artillery fire, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu agency reports.

Syrian government have not even activated air defenses, expecting the Iranian backed deal to get blown up by Turkey.

Penny
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It’s not a “Kurdish enclave” it’s annexed Syrian territory and unlawfully so.
Is that the language andalou used- They said Syria’s Afrin..

“Pro-regime groups, who tried to enter Syria’s Afrin …..”
Much more accurate then “Kurdish enclave”

Bundy☭
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YPG spokesman Nuri Mahmut said that 2 pro-Assad fighters were killed in Turkish bombardment today

NDF acted alone and without orders or permission from anyone.

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in other news..

A service member with Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve died Feb. 19, 2018 in a non-combat-related incident

Thucydides
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Thucydides
Why do you focus on all these FUTILE things all the time? This war is bigger then Syria. This war was lost by the Rothschild-Zionists-Illuminati-Freemasons at least 2 years ago. We just see it slowly unwinding. It was lost when those refugees went into Europe and they could NO LONGER be recruited by the CIA/Mi6/Mossad in those refugee camps. That is a strategy they use! Create a war, miserable economic situation, create refugee camps, recruit men in deplorable economic situations in those refugee camps to fight against their own government. Only thing I really want to see the coming 10… Read more »
maningi
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Level 3 - Praetorian
maningi

This little drive event was a false flag for the public.
Look closely at the videos, a lot of guns shown, but no ammunition to see.

Local Syrian Popular Forces have entered Afrin and are operating there.
It is coordinated with Bagadad.

Elijah J. Magnier on Twitter:
“Unlike what Turkey P. Erdogan said, Hundreds of Syrian Popular forces from the cities of NUb’bul and Zahraa and other units took position in Afrin did not withdraw and more are forces are expected tomorrow.

Dont ever trust Turkish propaganda.