NEW MAP OF HAMA OFFENSIVE

New map of the #Hama Offensive. The Syrian Arab Army is cleansing the area around Morek before they begin their onslaught and imminent siege of the terrorist swine, tainting this area south of Khan Sheikhoun.

 

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Violence in Lebanon BEIRUT — Rebels fighting in Syria’s civil war crossed into Lebanon and raided a border town Saturday, killing and capturing security force members in the most serious incursion into the tiny country during its neighbor’s 3-year-old conflict. The rebels, who included foreign fighters, demanded to trade soldiers and police officers it captured in Arsal for some of the “most dangerous detainees,” the Lebanese army said in a statement. Masked gunmen roamed the streets as Lebanese helicopter gunships flew over the town, about 55 miles from the capital, Beirut. Gunmen killed two soldiers and wounded several others, the… Read more »
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Be aware israel has changed the way it sells it’s products in big supermarkets. The old 729 barcode has been replaced by 871 and the produce does not state correctly where it is from ie red peppers are apparently now ‘produce of the UK’. Big supermarkets are now falsely stating countries of origin so to sell israeli produce to unsuspecting customers! The boycotts have obviously caused much pain to israel hence the desperate need for outright fraud. We all need to start boycotting large supermarkets for covertly supporting the massacre of children in Palestine and blatantly lying to us as… Read more »
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ISRAELI PRODUCE ALERT – In reality, it will be difficult for us to make a real difference. We can start by avoiding the ‘kosher’ section in the supermarket (as if any goyim ever buys that shite anyway!) The real bummer for me is that I drive an old Volvo and it seems they are also on the boycott blacklist because the IDF use Volvo trucks. I still love that car. Short of wiping Israhell of the map, we won’t really hurt them unless we pull all our money from their banks and subscribe to ‘Brother Nathaniel’ (please look on youtube… Read more »
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Dear Anon, your contribution mentions: “Rebels,” .. raided” .. “foreign fighters” .. . “gunmen”
I feel obliged to correct you. How about: ‘vermin’ …’invaded’ …’CIA mercenaries’ … ‘terrorists’

Your source, Lebanon’s ‘National News’ is based in central London (!!!), just like the ‘Syrian Lavatory for human waste.’ – Need I say more?

My name is Paul. I live in Australia. I support the Syrian people’s struggle.
Who are YOU, anonymous? Man Antom?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bGX1VqWFj-0

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Growing Revolt Against ISIS Rule in Eastern Syria – Villagers Burn ISIS HQ to the Ground in Ashara http://news.antiwar.com/2014/08/02/growing-revolt-against-isis-rule-in-eastern-syria/ The ability of the mostly foreign ISIS fighters to maintain its control over broad swathes of territory in Iraq and Syria has rested on their ability to make a deal with tribal factions giving them considerable autonomy. Tempers are flaring in the eastern Deir Ezzor Province of Syria, however, where several villages along the highway near the Iraqi border are in open revolt, with days of fighting and ISIS sending reinforcements to try to retake the villages. Reports suggest the trouble… Read more »
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21 Killed as ISIS, Nusra Front Invade Lebanon http://news.antiwar.com/2014/08/02/21-killed-as-isis-nusra-front-invade-lebanon/ Fighters from al-Qaeda’s Jabhat al-Nusra, backed by fighters loyal to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), have invaded Lebanon today, attacking the key border town of Arsal and engaging the Lebanese military in combat. Lebanese security forces arrested a Nusra commander early in the day and were holding him in Arsal when the fighters attacked the city outright, engaging in battles which are continuing overnight. The most current reports were that 11 Islamists, 7 Lebanese soldiers, and 3 civilians were killed in the fighting, and unconfirmed reports are that… Read more »
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video of the 20 Lebanese soldiers captured by IS
Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=43c_1407039362#IFXc6izWt4kOF3LE.99

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‘Rebels’ … ‘Nusra fighters’ … ‘foreign fighters’ ……??????
Your favourite news source ‘anti-war’ seems to have trouble finding the appropriate descriptive terminology to apply.
There are plenty here who can help them overcome this linguistic disability.
Let’s start with one of my choosing ….’ratverment’
Any one else want to contribute?

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Last time (a year ago?) that Lebanese Army took the field against the motley rats (ourside Arsal), they lost a couple of troops in action, then scampered right back to their billets. Let’s see if they’ve gained any spirit since then.

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Who keeps ‘liking’ this shit?
‘Fighters loyal to the islamic state’ and ‘Nusra Fighters’ (Snackbarbarians, CIA lice, ratverment).
Anon – you gift us to the same schill-shit over and over. Just before you were citing ‘Lebanon National News’ who are based in London. Now you are treating us all to old news courtesy of ‘Antiwar.com’
Antiwar.com is a ‘ward’ of the nonprofit Randolph-Bourne Institute, New York [All contributions to Antiwar.com are tax-deductible!]
Like I asked you before, Mr Anon…. Man Antom??

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Syria Civil Map from 6th July
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Syria Civil Map from 1st August
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Maps of Iraq as well there:
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=af4_1406956695

Seems accurate. Fact is that IS is gaining ground in both Syria and Iraq. SAA will, if things go they way they currently do, be pushed out of the whole East by the end of the year except maybe the northeast because you have the kurds there.

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They are not gaining anything just PR

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In your (wet) dreams, Ned!

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Flounder: In your dreams, feather merchant.

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You people are funny. Kind of like comical Ali types. Good for a laugh, but nothing more. I was right on 17 and 121. And this time, how much I dislike it, I am going to be right again. Sweet dreams, boys.

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Its the FSA that is losing ground not SAA

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Did you read it? IS, not FSA.

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Hey ned dont you have to go diddle your sons rod and todd about now? Stick to romance novels for fiction sweet tooth. Any idea the rebels have momentum is laughable.

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Flanders……

Tactical and Strategic planning doesn’t seem to factor into your posts.

The traits lacking of the Salafi/Takfiri that require guidance from other nations.

Your posts contribute nothing and add nothing, other than an attempt to bolster your low self esteem.

Victor

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Flanders, have no quarrel with you, understand you have stong opnions and respect that. I do like Cerutti’s maps, have found them very reliable through all this conflict, so my thumbs up for you to share it here. I disagree on your conclusions though, a closer look on the maps (lets agree 25 days are not much for great changes). I see SAA holding well the terrain, small loses on the fringes of main battle grounds, and some strategic gains that will pay back down the road : 1) Loses Eastern Hama-basically desert, Southern Daraah, basically desert and no border… Read more »
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do not waste time with Flandes, is a troll

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Not a matter of strong opinions; just gathering intelligence, looking how things evolve without getting emotional.

I do not agree that IS is stable in Syria. They are on the move and we will see how the Kurds handle their attacks. Neither the SAA nor Kurds will manage to make gains in the coming 6 months in the East.

IS just smashed the Kurds in Iraq btw.
http://uk.reuters.com/article/2014/08/03/iraq-security-idUKL6N0Q906H20140803

IS has plenty of money and more coming in. Everything is for sale on the international market. I am just wondering when they are going to activate some kind of Air Force.

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Flounder, you’re full of it like a Christmas goose.

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Air force? You mean like prop-driven crop dusters? Anyone who has played Command & Conquer knows that the GLA doesn’t get an air force, except for certain custom maps in which they have toxin spraying crop dusters. And that’s all ISIS is or ever will be.

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They will never have airforce, never! Flanders, one thing is to read the past 6 months, of course ISIS increased several fold in Syrian terrain since early 2014, then comes the question how they have done it, half they have taken from fragilized traitors and terrorists in areas where the SAA had no presence or little, then by shifting other terrorists to their side, I guess over half of their rats are rats that shifted sides, when it happened, the town, village shifted rat banner. There were intra rats fights, most of them in the east where oil and gas… Read more »
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Flanders, the purest form of battlefield reports comes on the site “Syria 360”-Syrian Army August, 2014. They are cleared reports from the SAA and OK’s by SANA. They are terse, to the point, and do not often give exact numbers of enemys killed but rather say “scores” or “tens”. It can be translated into German and I believe french if your English is poorer. The picture is that the Assad governmt will win this war. I think though that once the war is overt the Kurds are going to demand big concessions from Dr. Assad.
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THANK YOU!!!!!! My heart is with SYRIA–but LIBYA as well and i finally went to the site 360 and low and behold there is a Libya360 also.I have bookmarked the pages.

It does not hurt to have info from various sources.Syper is Pro gov which i am–so you will hear mostly positive news.However there is another side to every coin………..

The West,led from behind,by Zionists world wide,not Jews-the people-theirs is a religion of peace like ours,
Zionists are the IS of Judaism,–divide and conquer

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Snack bars can ride goats, and lay with dogs, but fly aircraft? I doubt that. ISIS is an evil gang of thugs. The absolute dregs of the arab world thrown together by the western intelligence agencies that want to see the once stable arab nations destroyed. Its’ very profitable to destroy a country.

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Air force? Hmm, ever heard the expression, ‘If pigs could fly…?’
I suppose they could train as kamikaze pilots… AWAAAAAKBaaaaaah! (BOOM!)

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Great points Canthama. SAA is working on a methodical plan that is building from past gains and restarting the economy. I haven’t found any articles on the training and deployment of new recruits. I assume it’s in the works.

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Ziad has reported 2-3 weeks ago that some 50.000 new SAA recruits were trained and ready for combat, while thousands more on NDF. It is my guess that the SAA is back to pre conflict size, but due to the many battle fronts it is spreaded thin, whenever they can concentrate the firepower the wipe rats clean, such as Al Qusayr in mid 2013 and Al Qalamoun, late 2013-early 2014. This is what makes me certain Syria will be rat free sooner than latter.

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50,000 new recruits is wonderful, but I think what is needed even more are thousands and thousands of artillary cannons and grad rocket systems. Surround the infested village, evacuate the civilians, then pound it to dust. Who needs bomber aircraft when you have artillary cannons and grads.

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Is this the rebels’ “battle of the bulge”, who knows. I am not worried of the rebels’ sudden advance in Hama province, could be costly when SAA manages to close the terrorists inside a pocket, and attack from all sides against the trapped terrorists.

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Anon: I think that the FSA incursion into Hama is a diversion, meant to take pressure off the motley rats in Aleppo and vicinity. I think that it has failed.

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YPG: Nearly 700 Islamic Militants Killed in Kobane Fighting in July http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/syria/03082014 QAMISHLO – Kurdish forces in Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan) said Saturday they have killed nearly 700 Islamic militants in one month of fighting around Kobane and repelled most of the attacks waged against their stronghold. An official statement by the Peoples Protection Units (YPG), the main military force in Syria’s Kurdish areas, said that in July the Islamic State (IS/ISIS) attacked Kobane from three different directions, with the aim of seizing the city. “They (IS) attacked us 20 times and four times they tried to infiltrate the city,” the… Read more »
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ISIS is desperate for a clear border crossing east of the Euphrates, and Kobane is the only one which would give them a fairly clear route on which to run convoys of supplies and replacements. ISIS is screwed. Again.

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Tribesmen force jihadis out of Syrian villages http://www.chinapost.com.tw/international/middle-east/2014/08/04/413952/Tribesmen-force.htm BEIRUT–Tribesmen have risen up against the extremist Islamic State group in eastern Syria, forcing it to withdraw from three villages after heavy clashes that left more than a dozen people dead, activists said Saturday. It was the first sign of local resistance to the extremist group since its fighters captured large parts of the oil-rich eastern province of Deir el-Zour in recent weeks. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Turkey-based activist Mustafa Osso said the group was forced to bring in reinforcements from neighboring Iraq after members of the Shueitat tribe… Read more »
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ISIS is digging its own grave, and the sooner it jumps in the better.

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Now, if we like it, SOHR information is correct?

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That’s pretty much how things work on this site. Weird how their OK with admitting losing towns and base now in a very key logistical region like HAMA closing in on the city and airport but lose it when conflicting report come in about division 17 and 121 which are completely surrounded.

Just pointing thing out with a friendly comment.

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“All warfare is based on deception” in the words of Sun Tzu. SyrPer is part of the war effort (and I support its pro-Assad bias) so you have to take that into account when filtering reports and analyses. I find it is best not to believe anything unless it is confirmed by several independent sources, preferably with different agendas. But SyrPer is an excellent propaganda site (which has the added bonus of being more often accurate than inaccurate in reporting facts) so we can’t complain if it does what it was set up to do. In other words don’t expect… Read more »
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I really do love your comment. I don’t care for what side a cite supports but the problem is when one just out rights ignore the failings of their side and demonize the opposition to outlandishness ends. Presstv for example is a Iranian network which is obviously in favor of the Syrian government and boost ridiculous clams of constant victories when its contrary to the reality on the ground. For example both side have tortured and committed other war crimes but some site portray their side as saints.

a friendly comment.

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Your comments are anything but friendly and your statement,

”I don’t care for what side a cite [sic] supports” is both disingenuous and inaccurate.

”For example both side have tortured and committed other war crimes but some site portray their side as saints.”

Both sides do not condone or commit war crimes as a matter of policy.

One does!

You are either a troll or naïve…….the effect is the same!

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@love from: what’s with gay nick

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I can see your point and agree, i am not a fan of pro-Syrian sites who lie, but SyrPer is 99% right, let’s face the facts, lying to bolster your side is a game, but when you are caught with your pants down one too many times you look like a fool, i love this site and most of the logical people here, other sites even pro-Syrian are not logical and rant on.

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developments on the field are strongly in support of this site’s credibility. Rats are almost f**** for good and you know it as well as everybody else. If things were different what propaganda could small site like syrper enable, how could syrper compete with media giants like CNN, REUTERS,AL JAZEERA and thousands of others providing opposite propaganda. So what is the point of your post exactly? what is the poet trying to say? that syrper is powerfull propaganda instrument made secretly by Assad regime, Russia, China and Iran in order to crush mainstream world media credibility??? Rats are f****d, you… Read more »
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Mir, i think you need to cool down bro, he is saying that although it is obvious that SyrPer is a pro-government site, and it is, but he also states that it is a highly accurate in news than other similar pro-government sites who lie, let’s face the facts, he is right, i have been on some other sites who lie (not all). I for one will call a spade a spade, whether i like it or not, just look up the word propaganda, he is using it incorrectly, because he states it is a propaganda site yet he says… Read more »
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@chevi789: NO, he is not saying that, infact he is hiding behind veil of supposed reasonable objectivity which is boring altogether, so he could object and attack any future syrper posts with stronger intensity. What I think is that you need to stop advocating for such individuals who’s foul little designs are outdated already

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I am okay with SOHR “Information” if Ziad confirms it. But he asked us to not spread their lies in the comments. The one guy who disliked me must be a rat. 😉

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Isis have captured a damb in Iraq and threatning to drawn thousands of people if they dont surrender… madness !

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Rus: Iraq News reports that Peshmerga abandoned the Mosul Dam without a fight. Supposedly ISIS set some deadline for Peshmerga to leave, which they did before the deadline had arrived. I don’t know what the story is on that, because Wikimap shows Mosul Dam already in ISIS hands. The also supposedly hold another dam downstream from the Mosul. My guess is that they need crossings over the Tigris and, failing bridges, the dam top roadways will give them those crossings.

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WHo is financing the Kurds in Syria? How can the fight for so long with rockets grenades ,weapons etc.. without having a rich sponsor?> IRAQ Prime minister Maliki not long ago.. told that ISIS headquarters are in Kurdish zone.. And British and american media are the only one saying of fights between KUrds and ISIS. I Really think Syria needs to be careful of the kurds… they could be the Trojan Horse and facilitate Isis operations while pretending on western media to claim they are fighting them.. 700 ISIS fighters? no way.. careful with ISIS.. they do have more than… Read more »
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The kurds of Rojava have resisted because they love their land and hate the idea of being ruled by sharia loving retards, anyone that thinks they collaborate with Baghdadi’s horde must be really deep into hardcore fascist propaganda.

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Anon: You’re mixing Syrian Kurds and Iraqi Kurds, not the same animal at all. Figure out what it is that you’re addressing, then lay it out in some sort of rational order. Thanks.

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And for anyone that still thinks YPG collaborates with IS:comment image

Yeah, surely a group that actually lets women fight, drive (tanks included) and use hijab only if they want will be loved by the absolutely feminist Islamic State! O:

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That’s pretty much how things work on this site. Weird how their OK with admitting losing towns and base now in a very key logistical region like HAMA closing in on the city and airport but lose it when conflicting report come in about division 17 and 121 which are completely surrounded.

Just pointing thing out with a friendly comment.

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Hi,

this Hama movement is a dangerous one, for both sites if i may add. I bet Obama’s 500 Mill $ have arrived in Turkey and therefore the “rebels” are on the offensive again.

I guess they do not get nervous about Hama because they did expect this move. Supply lines grow long, the front will show multiple weak points, at some point the offensive will slow down and than … 😉

Time will show.

cheers
J

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Hey all, The “freedom” fighters seem to be eager to destroy every city in Syria. Even if i would hate my country i would never contemplate about turing it into a pile of dirth and rubble. If about half of those destroyers are Syrian i feel sorry for them. All of those fighters even the foreign ones are just pawns in the game. I wonder if some or most of them even know it. The irony is that even in the case there would be a victory and conquering of whole Syria they would be eaten by their masters, destroyed… Read more »
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Good comment. I suppose the thinking of the masters (i.e the Saudi-Arabian oligarchy for the most part) is that it does not matter if Syria is utterly destroyed as long as they win. Once they have pliant puppets in charge of a heap of rubble, they will happily foot the bill for reconstruction – and they can afford it.

They would hope that an exhausted population would even thank the Saudis and their puppets for re-buiulding what they have destroyed. They miscalculated, I think.

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Could anyone give a brief translation of the video below ? Where is it located ?

http://www.islamicinvitationturkey.com/2014/08/03/video-victorious-syria-army-heading-to-raqqa/

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when a troll loses power or is identified, or change your name or change your website, for example the troll “Love from America” ​​is new, and starts with a “friendly” style, but always trying to leave his arrogant poison. I wonder if the trolls have received their salary for many thumbs down?

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Ref: “Love From America” Cataro – He is not ‘new’. The sudden appearance of this ‘new’ character doesn’t match his established level 3 Praetorian profile, so it’s obviously a new wine label on old bottle of vinegar. What a myopic loser he is to suggest that SP ‘et al’ are selective in their reporting! If I followed the mainstream news I would believe that Syria is losing the war, that the SAA is shelling innocent civilians in Aleppo, that the jews are only accidentally shelling innocent civilians in Gaza, that Libya is now free from the madman Gaddafi, that the… Read more »
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Low resolution (small) map. Can you make it bigger so that the older guys can actually see something? 🙂

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Nusra and ISIL security precautions must be terrible and perhaps non existent.. There are 14 SAA operations listed today 03.08.14 by SANA. Almost all involved destruction of dens, gathering places, and, groups of terrorists gathered together in bunches. Amunition catches also destroyed. It is amazing that there organizations have lasted this long intact.. . .

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That isone of the big puzzles of this conflict indeed, for one side the thousands of factions do play against rats since it is hard to get formal command and coordinated attacks, this reflect well in the thousands of failed attacks to SAA/NDF/militias check points, but on the other side the thousands of factions create this cell structure that are almost self suficient and flexible, something that helps on their survival. This is indeed a pronounced characteristic of this conflict.

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Dear Ziad,

Can you please send me your email?

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I don’t think he will do that, how about you open up a new email account with new yahoo name, show it on here and he can email you, once that is done keep his email address and then delete the temporary one you had just created.

I have one email for going on the net and another for private, never ever mix them up, in fact i have about 4.

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Dear Sister
If you want to speak to Ziad, please speak to him through the forum as we do. He is always happy to provide direct and personal feedback to you in this way (although he has informed us he is not going to be here for a few days). As a level 3 praetorian (same as ‘Love from America’) I am surprised you don’t know all this. We look forward to sharing with you.
Just pointing this out with a friendly comment.
Regards from your Asian brother, OZ.

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Dear friends,

Sorry for this mistake. I made a sketch based on his picture for use as an avatar and don’t know how to send it to him.

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My apologies to you sister. I hope it’s a ‘nice’ likeness. It has to be better than the one you have now!

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Dear ozsceptic, I hope he likes it- I am no artist. It is what we call a guru dakshina- gift to the guru by a disciple.

I don’t know how to change my avatar. I hope ziad has better luck.

Dear cantata, thanks for the clue.

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This map shows clearly that this is rats offensive. Syrian Army should close that 3 miles long corridor as soon as possible. Morek is not so important until Hama is in danger. This is my opinion. Rats that are aproaching to Hama should be vaporized at all costs. Syrian Air Forces should be used exclusively for this operation. After that Syrian Army should regroup and retake Kafr-Zita to shortening the front line. After that we could think about any major offensive.

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As someone pointed out it may be a diversive to divert syrian government forces from way more important battlefields like western Aleppo or Idlib. The war is all about who lies better to the enemy. Sometimes things are not as they appears. Apparently it’s a good idea trying to close that corridor from Halfaia to Talibat to cut off ISIS vanguard rushing in.

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Expect them coming down Aleppo-Idlib and Aleppo-Damascus Highway, together with pushing from Latakia and Ariha towards Saraqib as the main target.

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Maybe this is a diversion maybe not. Remember that under favorable circumstances that diversion may evolve to major offensive giving new opportunities for rats. Look at the map, the situation looks dangerous and counter action should be taken no matter if this is a diversion or not. Rats are no humans, they will perform any nonsense and suicidal action whenever they could kill innocent civilians and Syrian soldiers. Remember Adra massacre… Don’t let it happen in Hama…

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Apparently. We don’t know the balance of forces on the ground, if it’s a good idea letting them rushing in to a bottleneck we’re they will be slaughtered or if it’s a real threat to Hama that mus be stopped immediately.

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Syria calls for prosecution of Israel for war crimes in Gaza Syrian deputy foreign minister Faisal Muqdad speaks during a press conference on November 4, 2013 in Damascus. Syrian deputy foreign minister Faisal Muqdad speaks during a press conference on November 4, 2013 in Damascus. Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Miqdad has called for the prosecution of Israeli authorities for committing war crimes in the nearly one-month Israeli terror campaign on the Gaza Strip which has claimed more than one thousand and eight hundred lives. In an address to a foreign ministerial meeting of the Palestine Committee of the Non-Aligned… Read more »
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I am not an armchair general, I am not in contact with the Syrian high command and I am not able to predict what will happen next. Like all of us, I can only sit in front of a computer and read about it. I prefer to rely on SP and trusted others.to help me do this. I am happy to trust in the Syrian armed forces to do their job and for Ziad to report it. From now, the tide has turned and we just need to remain patient (even for the return of Ziad), steadfast (don’t let the… Read more »
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Well said, Oz! The Syrian military has come a long way from the garrison troops who were badly led, and have become a lean, tight, killing machine. I only hope that the Iraqi Army can catch up, soon. The operations commander for Babel Province just got fired, so I have hopes that they’ll get there. IA has just launched a big operation in western Anbar, In I’ll see how that goes. The the line dogs; GET SOME!

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Nice article in english from voltaire.net. Ziad look….http://www.voltairenet.org/article184874.html

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An interesting article, Dany.. I’d certainly never be one to say that Robespierre was ‘incorruptible’, nor would i term President Assad a ‘revolutionary’. I’ve no use whatever for Robespierre, but highly respect Dr. Assad as a patriot. I don’t know what that remark was about that he could not fail to support the Gazans – – good grief, the Syrian taxpayers are supporting more than enough stateless Arabs right in Syria. I think that the writer of the article was much more nearly a ‘journalist’ than a reporter, but the biographical sketch was nicely done. Thanks for the link.

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Eltho, there are a lot of folks who think that all Kurds are the same. I’m a big fan of YPG but, of Peshmerga not so much. Mainly because Barfly and his band of merry men seem to be much closer to CIA, the Turks and ISIS than they are to the troops who’ve been doing the work. There seem to be a fair number of Iraqi Kurds fighting with YPG, and I have to wonder if it’s not because they hold the same opinion of Barfly as I do.

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