ALEPPO: TERRORIST DEFENSES COLLAPSING LIKE DOMINOES

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Baab Al-Hadeed:  The SAAF had notice of a meeting held by Ahraar Al-Shaam vultures in a building.  The coordinates were given by spotters on the ground and SAAF took off after that and delivered the goods.  Inside the meeting destined for Hell was:

Abu Bushi’

Another 12 could not be immediately identified because of the damage to the building.

 

Al-KhaalidiyyaSAAF and SAA active over this part of town.  Wael writes that 32 rodents were killed the day before yesterday.

Khaalid Siraajeddeen (a/k/a Khaalid Hayyaani) killed by the Syrian Army the day before yesterday in Al-Khaalidiyya.  He headed a group called Martyrs of Badr Brigade, a sub-branch of the FSA’s Division 16 Infantry. Hayyaani was a war criminal responsible for the heavy bombardment of civilian areas like Al-Ashrafiyya, Al-Sabeel Residencies, Shayhaan Roundabout and Tishreen Avenue.  He was notorious for plundering the factories at Bani Zayd.  He was an army deserter.  are, (Photo courtesy of:  Myawesomedaily finds)  

 

Air Force Academy area:  SAAF strafed moving rodents in vans killing a large number. I have no other details.

 

Daarat ‘Izza:  The SAAF very active over Aleppo with new technology of which the rats are becoming increasingly aware.  No assessment of the destruction to fortifications and vehicles.  Big operation, though.

 

Qubtaan Al-Jabal:  The SAA infantry struck a nest of Ahraar Al-Shaam vermin and killed 4 wounding another 11.

 

Heavy fighting reported here:  Al-Indhaaraat, Al-Saakhoor, Salaahuddeen, Bany Zayd, Maari’, ‘Anadaan, Al-Sukkariyya, Al-Shuqayf, Al-Shaykh Lutfi, Karm Al-Maysir, Bani Zayd, Qaadhi ‘Askar, Al-Marja, Al-Ashrafiyya, Layramoon, Al-Kallaasa, Hanaanu, Al-Shaykh Khudhr, Bustaan Al-Qassr, Al-Ansaari, Al-Bandara, Al-‘Aamiriyya, Jisr Al-Hajj, Al-Ataarib.   

 

Note to readers:  I have been away on business for 2 days.  I have a lot of information which I’ll try to set down tomorrow.  Sorry, but I had to leave town for this.  ZAF

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Maria Engström
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Hope he suffered!

Thucydides
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The end is near for the USA.
All this aggression, murder, terror is going to hit their trade routes soon.
In the 1980ties it was impossible to boycott the USA by the consumers because most luxury consumer goods were made in the USA.
This is no longer the case.
So now we can successfully push for a boycott of anything American.

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Update on Idlib. Al Sermaniyah will hopefully be under SAA control after Tel Wasit was taken in the last 24 hours.
ISAA and Hizbollah preparing for an offensive against terrorists in Al Qalamoon mountains .

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A lots of wahabomonkeys are dying every day in Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, Yemen, Qatar. The more the merrier. Their recruitment effort is not sustainable. No amount of bloody Saudi oil money is able to cover all greedy hands and hungry mouths around the Middle East.

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I also hope that they start to run out of monkeys to send. You would think these idiots would of realized there is no coming back from this terrorist operation.

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Syria will be the death of them all.

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“them” meaning Iranian proxies and ISIS.

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Bastion of truth aka Ben Feistein is AlQaeda…..through and through!

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Funny how insecure one Iran can make you. They are surrounded by unfriendly Sunni nations, outnumbered 10 to 1, they are under sanctions for over 30 years, and are the ONLY Shia nation (Azerbaijan doesn’t count). Secondly, if Iran goes away, who will all the billion Sunnis see as their main enemy then? Christians? Really?

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Shias are not leaned towards jihadism and that is way i like them. But those sunnies are a danger for global security. Just imagine how much power they leaders haave if they can convince people that it is a moral duty, this is, they are obligated by conciense, to go to war and blow themselfs up for no reason at all. One could argue that their society has a strong fundament, based on this kind of obligations, but the truth is, in most ocations, that it doesn’t satisfies a commom goal oof wellbeing of society, but only the well being… Read more »
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There are no new recruits for the London bankers and Paris bankers army.
All the useful idiots have died in Syria.

1500 dollars welfare checks in the EU for absolutely doing nothing. And some great sex with Swedish blondes. I would know where to go if I was in Syria. Flee to the EU and get that golden ticket. Go to one of those Nordic countries and have a virgin in your bed every week. Blonde virgins. They are a lot of fun those Swedish women.

Why die for the Cia, the bankers, in Syria?

Go to Europe and register yourself as asylum seeker.

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Article about Ildib batlle in Polish military portal.
Isnt good:( ?

http://www.defence24.pl/analiza_syria-ofensywa-armii-podboju-rezim-assada-slabnie

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No, it isn’t good. SAA isn’t using that hospital to counter-attack. Basically, they are pinned down there. Rats advancing in the east of the corridor, but Tiger force should be able to stop them in Ariha. Rats might cut up the corridor anyway and encercle troops.

SAA bringing in a lot of troops from Damascus and Latakia. Wait and see, Looks more like to stop the rats from moving towards the coast. And what will the effect be in Damascus?

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Ned [Flanders] would know…….not!

Hey-Diddly-Ho!” Ned. [sic]

Jason
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”Isnt good:( ?”

No…..is Bullshit…..like Polish sausage and women.

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The stupid morons who are nothing but pawns who have to do the dirty work for the zionists and degenerate saudi apes

Anonymous
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…and once they have weakened Syria enough, they will be dumped for Greater Israel (just like Saddam was dumped)?

Flanders
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Obviously, wars against sadam were to eliminate Iraq as a nation. Worked very well. Syria is next.

Mind you, Syria was also part of that anti-Saddam coaltion. Short-sighted.

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Back then we did not know the bankers game. Now we all do know it.

https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4

All wars are banker wars, now the British people face total eradication.

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Thats not totaly true. There are other actors involved in conflicts: 1) political factors -related to economic factors: second gulf war: president bush pushed for the conflict in iraq while being raleted to some companies wich profited from the war. -simple political factors: for example the war against iraq, in wich syria took part. 2) the military industrial complex: from my perspective, this is the main actor promoting violence across the world. 3) natural resources: natural resources are a direct factor for some conflicts, for example the afghanistan war, since there are enormeus mineral resources in this place. Another example… Read more »
Thucydides
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Not on a billion worlds there will be British people.

https://youtu.be/T6C9taivF40

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Your mother is next to idiot

Okani
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Flanders, have you got the slightest idea what you are talking about?

Stupid

Okani
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Wow…I’ve got an impostor writing comments with my name! What a weirdo!

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Who are you calling a weirdo, your the fake.

Stop using my name.

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an unstable region suits no one, especially israel. they are playing with a fire that will consume them. when the american dollar collapses as a reserve currency america will implode. the countries that depend on america will have to depend on themselves. and that will mean curtains for many. the fall of the dollar will be soon

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It is pretty easy to spot the pattern: keeping Sunni countries poor, uneducated, backwards and without civil rights, will ensure an almost inexhaustible stream of extremists; who are easily controlled and directed, and then disposed of at any sign of danger. At the end of the day, this is the ONLY significant populace in the world, that will provide cannon fodder for as little as $100/month/person. In case Syria becomes next Libya, Iraq will never recover, while Iran, north Caucasus, Chinese Uighur may become new hot spots, where this type of “insurgency” will be initiated. The reason many EU countries… Read more »
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Lets hope they come to a screaming painful end soon.

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Hey Ziad we missed you, tks for the up date. khaalid was a very bad rat, he won’t be missed not even for his rat girlfriend. An excellent kill for what I heard from a sniper, it would be great if a female Syrian sniper got him, he has over 500 Aleppo civilians killed on his tab. Great news from NE Lattakia, Ghmam was liberated after s many years, a super Nusrat stronghold, it paving now the way for liberation of the coal mines, Salma and all NE Lattakia, a great victory for Syria, maybe all Jabal Al Akrad region.… Read more »
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I hope so Canthama, may the SAA(F) exterminate the rats at these places.

M
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As far as I know Tall Hamakah is in SAA hands…?
Source for Ghmam liberation?

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Hi M, yes Tall Hamakah is in Syria’s, meant to say the area south of it which is one the be most fortified rat area of all Idlib front, losing it would mean a most certain defeat in Jisr Al Shughour since it would create very large buffer zone for Syria on M4 and to mount a safe counter attack to Jisr.

See chats on Peto Lucem among many folks with map, Leith brought the news some 15-16 hrs ago, Leith is now in Syria and in Lattakia, he has on the ground intel.

https://mobile.twitter.com/PetoLucem

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The fall of Qastun and Jadraya (both S of Tal Hamakah) will make a push toward Ariha more difficult for the enemy.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Hi Ziad, it would be great to have some insights from you about the on going rupture of FSA and Nusrats and Kurds at Sheikh Maksoud in Aleppo, it seems they will be now enemie, if true and if it happens then it would be good for the SAA in their foght against the traitors and terrorists., the northern border could be changed a lot, as well as Nubl and Al Zahraa towns under Siege, of course, provided the Kurds embrace Syria and its goverment. Any insight is appreciated.

https://mobile.twitter.com/GudawEnglish/status/594530018132414464/photo/1

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Apparently to do with an allegation that Kurdish police mistreated an Arab woman. Denied by the Kurds. https://twitter.com/ArjDnn/status/594552531923111936 Given that the ideology of the YPG is completely at odds with the Islamist terrorists of AQ/Nusra etc, it is surely only a matter of time before they clash? The more extreme the rebels become, the more likely they are to turn on the Kurds. I don’t know if the Syrian govt has made any recent attempts to come to some sort of agreement with the Kurds, like agreeing to allow some form of autonomy for Rojava in return for YPG figting… Read more »
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This is certainly a subject that could bring a lot of different opinions. Some pfacts may help. 1) Nubl and Al Zahraa could survive the blockade due to trade with the Kurds that share half of the border of athe so called siege, commerce runs OK there. 2) Sheikh Maksoud “neutrality was self preservation driven, in 2012 the whole world bet Aleppo was lost to the traitors and terrorists, so did the Kurds, any attempt now to push the Kurds against the wall by the terrorists and Syrian traitors will only move Kurds closer to the Government of Syria, which… Read more »
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Canthama, thanks for those thoughts on a very interesting but complicated aspect of the war. The Kurdish role is usually ignored by mainstream reporting of the war, apart from the coverage of Kobani during the ISIS siege. I can’t help but think that the PYD-YPG will be drawn closer to the Syrian govt as the rebellion becomes ever more dominated by Al-Qaeda, ISIS and similar extreme jihadis and the Turks look to crush Kurdish hopes. I haven’t seen much about the official Syrian govt position towards the Kurds but the YPG have shown they can fight, even with limited access… Read more »
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Kurds got smashed at Kobane, then the coaltion stepped in (they don’t do these things for free, democrazy or whatever) and turned the tide. Kurds in Kobane are no longer running the war there, they are just an auxiliary forces. Coalition is firmly in command, air and ground. Hasakah? Peshmerga forces were trained in Coalition countries (Italy, Germany) and Spec Ops coalition forces also operate on the ground, mostly Intel. The Kurds are never ever become a part again of the current Syria. The Kurds are probably the only minority in Syria who did not get a fair deal. No… Read more »
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Flanders said ”They will go their own way ”

Hey Ned [Flanders]

Is there any chance of you ”’going your own way” off a steep cliff?

Hey-Diddly-Ho!” Ned. [sic]

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Okani: The official Syrian government position on YPG is that is ignored long enough, they will vanish, or it was until recently. I think that after the thorough house cleaning of Syrian Command, the relationship thawed quite a bit. FYI, when ISIS was overrunning the Kurds in the Kobane region, YPG begged Syrian command for air support and received in reply a middle finger salute, after which they asked the Americans for airstrikes, which gave the US the fig leaf it needed to begin air strikes into Syria. Long after it was too late to help the Kurds, SAAF was… Read more »
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when ISIS was overrunning the Kurds in the Kobane region, YPG begged Syrian command for air support” — any source for this, Arklight?

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Thank you for your insight. The Syrian government should ideally ally with Kurdish factions against the more islamist and fanatical factions of the fractured FSA and it’s groupings. Whilst I understand that there are some reservations regarding the Kurds and their want for wider autonomy, the practical need to defeat the islamist rats is a greater need. Incorporating an autonomous Kurdish region, akin to Iraq, would go some way to helping the SAA and sticking it to Erdogan. Hopefully this new situation will be beneficial to the government and the Syrian people. I expect the Aleppo pocket to be closed… Read more »
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It is important to know that there is no “the Kurds”. They are not united and historically they are known for infighting. The Syrian Kurds are very critical of the Barzani group that wants to establish a Kurdistan state. The “PKK” Kurds of Turkey are not united either and Öcalan is only the “spiritual leader”. There is a Kurdish party in the Turkish parliament. The situation in Turkey regarding the Kurds is to complex to reduce it to the question of armed PKK groups. The question now is not having arms but the gouvernment needs to fulfill the promises and… Read more »
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Nob, you are correct, Kurds are not a single entity within the ME as, I tried to explain above, it is a very complex subject and no simple answer or position exist.
Just hope the Syrian Kurds and the Syrian Government get along well enough to show support to one another in the whole country, by now the partnership runs OK in Hasaka, maybe with rats threatening the Kurds in Shiekh Maksoud, there will be another area of cooperation with the Syrian Government, crossing my fingers.

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Because of Sheikh Maksoud’s strategic location the SAA will not permit the city be used to flank the armed forces or to resupply the trapped rats inside greater Aleppo.
The YPG must understand that a red line has been drawn and that any attempt by the enemy to take Sheikh Maksoud will trigger an immediate and forceful response by the SAA. The YPG would be wise to enter an agreement with the SAA to allow for the mutual defense of the city.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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God bless free Syria
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Still not much on the social media, any more information is highly appreciated. This could change the tide in Aleppo if the fight gets serious between Kurds and Syrian traitors and terrorists.

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How Obama Walked Boehner and GOP Leadership Off the Syrian Rebel Cliff. Even before the votes on the rebel funding, there was growing evidence that these “vetted moderate” forces were not moderate at all, and certainly would provide little assistance in fighting against ISIS. Obama was hinting at where his policy was headed, too. Just a month before those congressional votes, in an interview with Thomas Friedman of the New York Times, Obama said that the belief that arming the Syrian rebels would have changed the situation had “always been a fantasy”: With “respect to Syria,” said the president, the… Read more »
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“an opposition made up of former doctors, farmers, pharmacists and so forth,” –
What happened to the glorious FSA, home of the hero deserters?
Is that somehow a citation of the admitting of failure after the Kuban Bay of Pigs disaster?

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Thats an old article, even privious to the most recent pledge from congres to submit 500 billion dollars for the training of rebels. The us has probably stoped the trinaing program, because, more recent articles stated that the chief of this program (an US military expert) was suspended. Contrary to this posibility, we have the recent downing of the US drone over latakia, wich camed weeks belfre the big rebel offensive in idlib province,meich might suggest, the US stoped the program only to train insurgents in general, because of the lacking moderate rebels. Other than this, Western media is refering… Read more »
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the death of Khaalid Siraajeddeen give me an happy 1 may. I hope, before the death he can suffer all the pain suffered by poor people by him
W Siria, my beautifull homeland syster
Giulio Larosa Duesicilie Pescara

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Khaalid Siraajeddeen got exactly what he deserved.

I hope he suffered.

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Encouraging news. Thanks Ziad.

Hass
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Hayyaani is another POS that won’t be enjoying what he looted. What’s not to like?

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US coalition of bastards kill 60 civillians including children in latest strike around allepo and guess who is reporting it? your favourite HR guy from SOHR Rami ,,how come syria shoots down drones but not jets over allepo of all places? how could they allow them to fly over allepo?

http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/05/02/409047/Syria-Aleppo-airstrike-Observatory-civilians-

“US-backed terrorists fighting alongside al-Qaeda-linked militants in Syria”

Jason
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”US coalition of bastards kill 60 civillians including children in latest strike around allepo”

No great loss, probably Alawites and their children.

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Setright, stop acting like a little kid

Hass
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You low life POS.

God bless free Syria
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God bless free Syria

Bastard!

Mentat
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You’re a gutless sort of mammal, Setright*!

[* See Ep.3 of TrollBusters: The [sic]ening of Setright! for the full gory details on this coward and LiveLeak-reject.]

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You wish Jason, you filthy Wahhabi Al Qaeda member.

If SOHR reported it, those killed were probably sympathetic to the insurgents.

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Thats setright pretending to be someone als, again…

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Who is setright?

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Anonymous level 8

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there are 3 Anon level 8

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Jisr Shugur Hospital under site, heavily attacked by Nus-Rats– 2 May–https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5KNWTPhgn2o&list=PLmcNLi4FfVmT6EuTwKrUw6GlmgGB4b6QA

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Good news. Sarmaniyah and Mansoura are under heavy attack. Their fall will help insulate government supply lines from further enemy attacks allowing the SAA to conduct uninterrupted military operations in Idlib.
More good news. The ongoing success of the SAA in the Jabal al-Akrad and Al Ghab Plain indicates that the enemy momentum has been broken and that the enemy is now on the defensive with the SAA on the offensive throughout the region.Time is on the side of the SAA as more men and assets join the fight.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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good news, but i think duffster got the towns mixed up, with syrian ground forces taking the turks capitive in raqqa and all. i think he was referring to aleppo.
anyway, i can relate, having trouble with all those arabic names. now i even knw where joints like jisr and kissab are located.

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The strategy of the SAA is clear. To create a secured beachhead deep and wide enough that it insulates government supply and communication lines from any enemy attack. Once in place, this beachhead will act as a springboard to attack Jisr al-Shaghour and Idlib City. So far so good!

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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The London and Paris bankers are out of new recruits.
Send your best troops to the front lines to crush them.
Send you best female snipers also the front lines.
But slowly. Let them come.

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What happened with all those “Stingers” the FSA was bragging with…? SAAF is bombing the hell out of them and – nothing?
For all of those who believed in the fairytale of stopping SAAF with them:
http://spetstechnoexport.com/catalogues/137
The helicopters are bombing FSA from safe heights (out of reach of “Stingers”)…

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good – keep this kind of info coming please

Thucydides
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Question: did the Russians, Iranians, Chinese, develop something against those stingers that works?

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Yes, they keep their aircraft parked at home.

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“The recent sign of closer ties was seen with the announcements of the first joint naval exercises in the Mediterranean. Chinese National Defense Ministry spokesman Geng Yansheng said that Moscow and Beijing will for the first time hold joint naval drills in the Mediterranean Sea in MID-MAY 2015.”

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Syria , Idlib – Hama Syrian Arab Army showing off dead Terrorists Killed May 2nd, 2015

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Report/ Data refutes rumors, Syria witnesses exceptional wheat season http://www.syriaonline.sy/?f=Details&pageid=16013&catid=30 Provinces,The positive indexes of the agricultural situation in Syria refute the falsifications and the fabrications broadcasted by misleading media channels that there is a bread crisis in Syria. According to official sources, Syrians expect this year an exceptional agricultural season, thanks to the efforts exerted by farmerss and the government for making a success to the planting season. The rain falls at the agricultural stable areas have witnessed, improvement of security circumstances in a number of rural areas, decrease of the production costs and the paucity of insects’ casualties are… Read more »
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Saudi-led coalition used US-supplied cluster munitions in Yemen, group says http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2015/05/03/saudi-led-coalition-used-us-supplied-cluster-munitions-in-yemen-group-says/ The Saudi-led coalition that is carrying out bombing against Houthi rebels in Yemen has dropped cluster munitions made in and supplied by the U.S., a rights group said Sunday. Human Rights Watch released a report that said the weapons have been dropped from coalition fighter jets. The group says credible video and photo evidence indicated that the munitions were dropped in villages in northern Saada province. In embattled Yemen, jets “have been hitting areas near villages, putting local people in danger,” Steve Goose, arms director at Human Rights Watch,… Read more »
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This is entirely consistent with the minions of US power. Cluster munitions dropped onto civilian areas is a war crime, compounding this whole criminal war on the people of Yemen. Vietnam and Laos is peopled by tens of thousands of crippled citizens, many of them children, who either disturbed, stepped on, or picked up a cluster bomblet that may have lain there for decades, and been wounded. Many thousands have been killed. The Ape Kingdom is committing genocide, and the USA, the Khazar Abomination and their accomplices are ganging up against the poorest country in the region. Their vile deeds… Read more »
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Inside Aleppo: Syrian activists reveal kidnap and torture at hands of al-Nusra terrorists http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/inside-aleppo-syrian-activists-reveal-kidnap-and-torture-at-hands-of-alnusra-extremists-10218906.html Rayan was smashed in the face with a rifle butt and flung head first down concrete steps. Then he was hung from the ceiling by his wrists and beaten. Even then, the torture was not over: it stopped only when he fainted from the excruciating pain of being placed in a tyre while his legs were twisted and wrenched with a stick. The 37-year-old interior decorator and judo trainer had been among the first to join the protest movement against Syria’s President, Bashar al-Assad. But the… Read more »
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FrP: Norway Will Not Take 10,000 Syrian Refugees

FRP leader and Finance Minister Siv Jensen will not support Labour Party’s ten thousand refugee intake promise

http://www.tnp.no/norway/politics/4934-frp-norway-will-not-take-10000-syrian-refugees

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Leith, you mean Mayda’a has been taken by SAA, not Madaya? Madaya is in Qalamoun (South of Al Zabadani)?
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-syrian-army-captures-madaya-in-the-east-ghouta/

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M, you are right, it Mayda’a, believe it was a typo, he described that the rats came fom the southern town of Jabbar in east Ghouta, what is not clear is whether it was the village or the whole “county” so to speak.
It seems things are heating up in eas Ghouta lately, there is a fierce fight in Zebedeen today.

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Breaking news! – Saudi army apes now ‘on the ground’ in Aden.
I hope the Houthis have set plenty of booby-traps like banana bombs and exploding bottles of Johnny Walker blue label.
Sounds to silly to be true, but we shall see.
Plenty of links, here is one of them
http://rt.com/news/255237-yemen-ground-force-coalition/

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I already said that! You were too slow, M8! hahaha

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Curses!
Doh!

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Anyway, it will be interesting to see how Iran will react on that…

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Don’t forget Jordan, they went to war with the Houthis in 2009 with the Saudis. They are paid mercenaries, both political and military mercenaries. They are there now again, not just the Saudis.

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Mayda’a has been recaptured by SAA:

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=it&lat=33.558276&lon=36.526451&z=14&m=b&permpoly=66848

Finally something is moving in East Ghouta.

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The great news arrivederci from eastern Ghouta..
“The Syrian’s Army has cut off the last main road for rebels leading out of Eastern Ghouta,” the main opposition stronghold in Damascus province, said Syrian Observatory for Human Rights chief Rami Abdel Rahman.. http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4653179,00.html

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An ambush, if discovered and promptly surrounded, will repay the intended mischief with interest.

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mentat and co very quiet today. the facts on the ground repudiates what they keep saying. they are backing the losing side. maybe they are getting nervous?

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Why do you even mention those psyops? They sold their soul to the devil. A horrible faith. Having a Jewish mother does not mean you have to believe in fairy tales like Judaism, Star Wars, Harry Potter. These fools do out of own free will. They “useful idiots” for smarter, corrupter and richer men that want more for themselves and less for everyone else. London has a nuclear faith, but so does Israel. “Fly you fools!” – Gandalf Leave Israel Jews, it is no longer a safe place, the Palestinians are now also a target of the Persians and other… Read more »
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Hezbollah, Elite Syrian Forces Attack Terrorists’ Operations Room in Idlib…http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940213001297

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Hi Johny, maybe Ziad could bring us more info about this raid, veteranstoday article, previously shared, was kind of confusing since it mentions Coalition bombing and Syria’s SOps in raqqa….no sense at all, this Farsnews makes more sense.

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Veterans Today has been bought up by the Cia 6-9 months ago. I used to post there as Jim Morrison. Forum became very active then. Then they suddenly changed tone. So my speculation, not facts, based on the kind of posts they removed from me and the misinformation they started publishing at one point, bought by Cia or life threats by the Cia. They are good people. I do not mind it at all. They did their best. I can be completely wrong. It is all pure speculation and I am often wrong and at least wrong 50 times a… Read more »
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Dad’s Army strategery of leaving its armour exposed for free TOW shots until the Sauds are bankrupt is
working a treat, as these recent clips from Idlib indicate.

Alternatively, surplus tanks may be donated to the enemy jousting partner, just to help spice up the exercises.

Anyhow, DA has no need for old tanks, as 1000 brand new ones will be delivered any day now by Supreme Ally, Iran.

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Better to call it ATGM (Anti Tank Guided Missiles), TOW’s is something most readers who are not specialized in military weapons will not understand. Propaganda lesson 2 for you (for free) Last 4 years I always made my propaganda “simpletons proof”. So I never ever say ATGM, RPG, instead I write ATGM (Anti Tank Guided Missile) and RPG (Rocket Propelled Grenade). Keep it simple. “It is frequently a misfortune to have very brilliant men in charge of affairs. They expect too much of ordinary men.” Thucydides In other words Mentar, you are a brilliant man that expects to much. So… Read more »
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TOW = Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided.

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Do you really believe in the words you write Mentwat? You are indeed very smart, but NOT WISE. Start looking for some other inspirational event in your life. Syria conflict is coming to a close. Next up? Collapse of the House of Saud and the filthy Wahhabist Saudi Arabian REGIME.

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I am flattered, but also curious to know why you call yourself ‘Mentat’?

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