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Kjel
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Thnx, new front line for me to focus on. No information on what the lines were. So i keep focussed on any news.

Arklight
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Kjel, if you mouse on ‘Sections’, at the top, a drop down menu will appear. Battle Maps is on the list, and you should find archived maps there.

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A much welcome map, tks so much, i am bit disapointed that some Kurdish factipn is keeping SAA busy on northern Hasaka city, as if they do not know who the enemy is.

Arklight
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?????

Canthama
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Map shows contested area on the northern part of Hasaka town between SAA and YPG, where I thought it was a peaceful relationship, can anyone confirm that ? That was my disapointment i referred to.

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SAA fighting Kurds? Sad.
How many Kurds from other areas of Syria serving in army? Whats their take of this madness?

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Rus: I don’t know that YPG is fighting SAA, no reports to that effect, so far. It appears more as if YPG is holding the ground it has taken, with the side benefit of covering any possible gaps through which the rats might bolt. The Syrian Kurds didn’t want any part of any of this, and told the rat delegation that very thing when the Kurds were approached by motley rats to come in with them. the motley rats attacked the Kurdish quarter of Aleppo, after which the Kurds geared up and went to war. Good thing, too, because they… Read more »
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With all respect to SAA, Kurds got my Kudo’s and respect too, its a people’s movement not a paid invasion and they have a moral basis for it. I will feel very bad if one day they have to fight, and even worse if it will happen because of some trickery and false flag of outside force. Lets hope they settle everything politicly, rats blood doesnt cost a penny – they are useless and have no good plan for nation after their victory (only women genetalia butchering and goat-banging), but SAA and Kurdish lives needed to rebuil a country in… Read more »
Arklight
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Rus, I pretty much agree with your post.

Paul S.
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cosigned, well said.

Anonymous
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Kurds fighting the SAA, not SAA fighting the kurds!

Arklight
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Check your facts, and don’t waste our time.

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Exactly, today YPG has only taken control of areas that were abandoned by NDF and SAA in the kurdish neighborhoods and checkpoints in a road leading from said areas to Tal Brak, like it should be, NDF in arab areas, YPG in kurdish areas.

Arklight
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Thanks for the info, Eltho.

Arklight
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Link to Iraq News article; Congress has passed a resolution barring Obama from sending combat forces to Iraq. This is a resolution, not a bill, and does not have the force of law so Obama could still send combat troops, if Congress voted the funds, which I doubt that they will do. Good news? We’ll see.
http://www.iraqinews.com/baghdad-politics/u-s-congress-prohibits-obama-sending-troops-iraq/

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Here’s the link to an SFP article about CNN faking stories. Those of you who depend so heavily upon Twitter, and other social media, should definitely read this. http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/02/18/cnn-fake-journalism-hala-gorani-cnn-news-anchor-falsifies-photos-and-news-for-feeding-the-humanitarian-war-propaganda/

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Nobody should depend heavily upon Twitter and social media and take it with a sack of salt to start, BUT social media is the place where you will find breaking news before all the other media. Whatever is currently happening in and around Division 17 and south of Al-Hasakah, the attacks were first mentioned there, not on SP or any other media.

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Flanders,Twitter and the other social media post everything, verify nothing; that’s why SANA and SyrPer are so valuable to us as sources of the straight skinney. I had, at one time, a Facbook account, which I dropped after a couple of weeks, then I tried Twitter and dropped that after a week. With both I would catch a ‘breaking news’ story, spend up to half a day trying to verify it, only to find out that it was nothing but balderdash and piffle, or so twisted out of any semblance the basic fact(s) that it was unrecognizable. If you’re looking… Read more »
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FLANDERS – Hey Ned! If I remember correctly, the massacres of thousands of civilians in Benhgazi by Gadaffi’s MIG jets and his black mercenaries scoffing down tons of viagra pills while mass raping libyan women and children was also breaking news on social media. So was the absolute proof of ‘Russian separatists’ shooting down the Malaysian airliner, too.
QED

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You seem to have some mental issues.

Arklight
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Aren’t Flanders a goofy looking fish?

Arklight
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Well sturck, Oz, you go!

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Not surprisingly, the manipulation, the Western media do every day, what surprises me is that the CNN reporter Hala Gorani is the daughter of a Syrian. Reading a little more about she, it is understood that lends itself to these manipulations, was a reporter at the start of the uprisings in Syria and was one of the star reporters covering the “Arab Spring.” Incredible

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Cataro: Hala Gorani = Arwa Damon (demon)
CNN reptilian ghouls

Flanders
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A lot of what is going to happen in the Al-Hasakah Governorate will depend on the attitude/strength of the Kurds.

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Don’t worry about YPG being shy, bud, just hope they can kill enough of the enemy to keep themselves armed and supplied, since they get no support from Syria. The motley rats killed a whole bunch of Kurdish citizens who had harmed no one, offered no injury to anybody, and YPG is exacting payback. When Kurds are provoked they will fight anyone regardless of any consideration, if they have to begin the action with a slingshot and a box of rocks – – it’s okay, because when the day’s done, they will have the enemies weapons, uniforms, boots and wallets.… Read more »
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What does it feel like having your country reduced to rubble and everyone’s lives disrupted? Is there any way to express this?
People had lives, hopes, dreams, plans- and it’s all in shambles. How does the average Syrian move on with daily life and plan for the future?

Thank you.

Ozsceptic
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It must be terrible. We who live in more fortunate places cannot imagine, only empathize … and we remain vigilant, because it comes for us all.

Arklight
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The same way the Europeans did, N, salvage what you can, dust yourself off, and go on. War is hideous, N, no doubt about it. The thing is that it teaches the survivors what’s important in life – – shelter, a bite to eat, a drink of safe water – – worth more than speedboats, Lamborginis or a bushel of jewelry.

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I really don’t know how can the Kurds in Syria fight for more than a year without having anyone supplying them weapons and munition. They have to be financed and armed by a foreign player from the Outside of Syria. It is my guess , that the Kurds are in the same side of ISIS.. and that they are trying to exploit the war of Zionist on Syria ,for their benefit , trying to take as much territory of Syria possible so when the war ends they declare they split from Syria and self declare as the sole owners of… Read more »
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YPG sided with Baghdadi? Total bullshit, idiots like you are the ones that make the chances of an alliance between kurds an SAA lower, these people have fought like mads to keep the ISIS away from their homes; politicians, teachers, grandmothers and even the son of the co-president of Rojava have sacrificed their lifes in the fight against the islamic hordes, and what do they get from the “warriors of justice”? Accussations of separatism and being treated like servants that should fight protecting people like you instead of equals that can be trusted to build a better Syria. Kurds (plus… Read more »
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There are many reports that the Kurds in IRAQ are on the side of ISIS.. this is even said by the IRAQ PM maliki. He said the ISIS headquarters are in the Kurdish zones.. There are photos of Erdogan weeks ago ,taking photos with the leader of the Kurds in IRAQ.. so i really don’t trust in the Opportunist Kurds. They cannot fight for years unless they provided with weapons by rich people and the SYrian Government is not.. Even ISRAEL have said they support the Independence of Kurds.. so shut up.. the evidence is there the Kurds are in… Read more »
Arklight
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Arklight

Where do you get this stuff?

Anon
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Iraqi Kurds =/= Syrian Kurds

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First, that’s KDP you talk about, not even all kurds in Iraq support KDP, though most of them DO support independence while still being anti-Turkey, something as normal as Crimeans wanting to be annexed into Russia. Second, KDP totally HATES the Syrian Kurds because of their negatives to take a side with the “moderate” rebels, the border crossings into Rojava are all closed (supposedly they going to open one to let medical supplies, but who knows how much that is lasting) and there has been literally no support from their part in the last six months, quite the contrary, they… Read more »
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Really. Kurds fought just to keep isis away with no foreign supply!!!!!!! That s why russian planes were landing kamisli

hans
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and their help to Syria have been very minimal

Don’t comment on things you are not 100% sure, minimal, what about the efficient NDF?

Arklight
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Anon, If you look at the wikimaps for Syria and Iraq, you’ll see that the border crossings into Turkey are almost entirely held by Peshmerga in Iraq and YPG in Syria. YPG is fighting, now to close two more in Northern Syria. Had it not been for YPG I think Syria would have been overrun last year.The Kurds are pulling their weight, and what they get in return is a political question.

Arklight
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Don’t trolls live under bridges?

Ozsceptic
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TROLLS UNDER BRIDGES? No Ark, that’s the old Hans Christian type. Modern ones are found in dark suburban cellars, furtively trolling on sites like this and fapping to porn and jihadi mass executions and beheadings, all the time petrified that the wife might wake up and catch them at it.

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Where is Hans Christian Andersen when you need him, huh? Hmmm. Actually, if he would where the porn with his wife, she might keep him busy enough that he wouldn’t bother us. Too much to hope for?

Arklight
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Get your head out of your ass, feather merchant.

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Agree Anon. It seems Iran is calculating with fear. They should have helped with ground troops. No excuse since everyone is doing it. It is clear that SAA can not cover all Syria at the same time. The Syrians have been fightings the war for Iran and Russia and these last two should have done more. Syria needs more troops on the ground, especially Iranian troops in Golan. If this was used as a threat from the beginning, the rebels would have been called back in a matter of days.

Arklight
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Engage your other functioning brain cell, please, before you come back.

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Tilhas tizi Arklight

Anonymous
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Totally true.

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The ISIL Takfiri terrorists operating in Syria have reportedly executed at least 50 government soldiers after capturing them in an ambush. The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the incident occurred in Raqqa Province, northern Syria, during an attack on a military base. The London-based Syrian opposition organization added that most of the soldiers were summarily executed. The Takfiri militants also released images of captured soldiers being beheaded after the battle for the base. It added that more than 35 ISIL terrorists were also killed during the fighting for the base. The Takfiri terrorists and other militant groups fighting… Read more »
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Bob – – – just go away.

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@ Arklight Hey Buddy, Don’t get mad at me because you’re frustrated. Syrian Soldiers are fighting very hard but their making costly mistakes I support Syria 100% and Dr. Al Assad. But we need to know what is really happening in Eastern Syria! Because if they have the Assistance of the Syrian and Iraqi Air forces combined and Material Support from Russia and Iran, this should not be happening. Further more Syria should be supporting the Palestinian resistance! By Covert action While Israel is weakening and being Infiltrated, Syria should be shipping Hamas some guided missile systems, so that Hamas… Read more »
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There are plenty of stateless Arabs mooching off Lebanon and Syria – – let them go to Gaza and help. The Syrian military probably does make mistakes, the worst one in a while was allowing Marratt to fall, which has the appearance of a command failure, but they don’t have much of that any more. In the beginning, Syria had a lot of tanks, APC, aircraft and Big Boy Toys, so they thought they had a military. When all this started the Syrian military was two blocked with grifters, grafters, thieves and liars, not to mention the lazy, the weak… Read more »
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Arklight you are a stupid Arab Cock eating Bastard! you don’t know shit about warfare and you’re the Stateless heartless mother fucking Arab! that should leave this website! I fucking Hate You!!! You Heartless Bastard! You Fucking Arabs are Evils Scum sucking sons of Bitches!, You care nothing about each other, that’s why us Europeans tend to always Fuck you in the Ass! And Unfortunately some of you tend to like it! Particularly Saudi’s, Kuwaiti’s and Qatari’s and People like you Arklight !! Arabs like you should be burned alive and your remains fed to Wild Texas Feral Hogs!! as… Read more »
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As an American from the USA, I can picture myself watching ( in the future ) the news with a bunch of torn up and bleeding American civilians running out of some embassy somewhere followed by additional scenes of snackbarians celebrating in the deserts of ISISlamistan. Followed by a long speech by terrorist loving Obama about a huge, yet vague plan, to combat terrorism that does nothing but encourage more terrorism.

Arklight
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Well, Anon, it took you long enough, but you’re finally on to the ratbastard. Congrats!

Ozsceptic
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Anon – So who you gonna vote for next time around?

Anonymous
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Autonomous Sunni and autonomous Kurd areas that reject terrorism like the working local truces in Damascus, favored by Assad, is the permanently solution to destroying terrorism (nusra-isis) in Syria and Iraq.

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@ Arklight Hey Buddy, Don’t get mad at me because you’re frustrated. Syrian Soldiers are fighting very hard but their making costly mistakes I support Syria 100% and Dr. Al Assad. But we need to know what is really happening in Eastern Syria! Because if they have the Assistance of the Syrian and Iraqi Air forces combined and Material Support from Russia and Iran, this should not be happening. Further more Syria should be supporting the Palestinian resistance! By Covert action While Israel is weakening and being Infiltrated, Syria should be shipping Hamas some guided missile systems, so that Hamas… Read more »
Arklight
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Blow it out your seabag, Boob.

Arklight
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– – and I ain’t yer buddy, mac.

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Hey ‘Bob’ – So far I have learned several interesting things about you:
1) You like looking at video tubes about mass executions and beheadings
2) You are inclined to repeat yourself ….. repeat yourself
3) You like to call people “buddy” even when they are “mad” at you
4) You propose that Dr Assad should risk Syria’s destruction by shipping weapons to Hamas
5) By doing this, they would shut “The ISIS terror network” down.

……… and you have the hide to call Arklight stupid?

Arklight
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It’s okay, Oz – – I was dumb enough to waste time on his post. Sheesh!

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Arklight you are a stupid Arab Cock eating Bastard! you don’t know shit about warfare and you’re the Stateless heartless mother fucking Arab! that should leave this website! I fucking Hate You!!! You Heartless Bastard! You Fucking Arabs are Evils Scum sucking sons of Bitches!, You care nothing about each other, that’s why us Europeans tend to always Fuck you in the Ass! And Unfortunately some of you tend to like it! Particularly Saudi’s, Kuwaiti’s and Qatari’s and People like you Arklight !! Arabs like you should be burned alive and your remains fed to Wild Texas Feral Hogs!! as… Read more »
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So? Theyre free to support whomever they choose. So hou hate me? really? if you REALLY hated me you’d blow a gasket or vapor lock; if you leave the planet the world will be a better place but, either way makes no difference to me, because I don’t care.

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YPG is anti-government, anti-Nusra and anti-IS(IS). They want to establish their own country: Rojava and have clashed several times with the NDF in the last year. Don’t get me wrong: they have no intention to march towards Damascus and they will certainly not help the insurgents and Nusrats in their quest for war and bloodshed. They are opportunists, but are able to fight bravely when it comes to fighting terrorism = IS(IS.

Arklight
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Canthama, I saw on Saker that the Novorossiya defense forces are requesting donations of winter clothing. Poor ISIS – – my heart will pump purple piss for them come winter.

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Novorussians will do just fine in the winter, plenty of supplies from Russia, western Ukraine will suffer big time, money is about to run out, they say from Aug 1st there will he not a single penny for payment, it is beyond broken, will see how EU and US will lend them credit or money…..against what ? oh yeah…real state, very cheap real state near Russia, poor Ukranians, they have no idea in the mess they are. On the subject of ISIS and winter, I wil have to dig more on it, honestly durong the last winter i followed closely… Read more »
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Gas field in homs cleaned of rats – anna news.
http://anna-news.info/node/18938

gimli
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Yes SANA to said needs to explain how he got this one wrong.

Arklight
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gimli, SANA and ANNA are different entities. SANA hasn’t carried any such story, but I’ll be happy anyway.

gimli
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SANA has ark take a look:)

Arklight
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That’s good niews, Rus, thanks for the link.

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Ziad has something to explain. SANA just confirmed the recapture of the gas field. On another note, who can tell me the current situation of Artillery Regiment 121, south of al-Hasakah?

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Syrian government troops have recaptured the Shaar gas field in Homs province from the Islamic State, a week after the the group seized it, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

“Since this morning, there has been fighting around the Al-Shaar field between regime forces and the IS. The army has succeeded in ejecting the jihadists, and it now controls the site and surrounding hills,” Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.

http://live.aljazeera.com/Event/Syria_Live_Blog/122634462

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I came across this piece at The Saker, I found appropriate to share with Syrper community when many Syrians and Syrians supporters are stressed out with conflicting news, so where you see Novorussia you can change for Syria. My friends, despair not, we may not believe in God or the same God, but we certainly believe in the rightfulness of the Syrians to defend their country against the evil that are upon them, so trust the forces of Good involved, they, we will prevail at the end, have patience and keep up the strong support for the Syrians. Enjoy it.… Read more »
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