LIARS! SYRPER PULLS THE VEIL OFF THE ALAWI CANARD; SYRIA IS RULED BY SUNNIS AND SUNNIS ONLY!

There are the Takfiri Satan-worshiping liars and the Salafist hypocrites who constantly point to the “Alawi” or “Nusayri” character of the Syrian government.  And there are some confused academics who have made a life theme, or even a cottage industry, out of what they erroneously believe to be the core issue in Syrian society: sectarianism.  But, let us now uncover all their lies.  Let us make their lying fester like an open wound unwilling to close so its fetid odor lingers in the walls of the sinuses like the smell of rotting sardines.

Let’s start out with facts so that people like Pat Buchanan never make the same mistake again; so that they will know the truth.  Here is the Syrian government:

Dr. Bashar Al-Assad – of Alawi descent and is known to be secular

Asmaa` Al-Akras-Al-Assad,   First Lady – SUNNI

Dr. Najaah Al-‘Attaar – Vice President – SUNNI

Waleed Al-Mu’allim – Foreign Minister – SUNNI

Dr. Faysal Miqdaad – Deputy Foreign Minister – SUNNI

Maj. Gen. Muhammad Ibraaheem Al-Sha’aar – Interior Minister and heads 3 security services –  SUNNI 

Lt. General Fahd Jaassim Al-Furayj – Defense Minister – SUNNI

Lt. General Talaal Tlaas – Deputy Defense Minister – SUNNI

Dr. Waa’il Naadir Al-Halaqi – Prime Minister – SUNNI

‘Abdullah Al-Ahmar – Deputy Secretary of the Ba’ath Party Pan Arab Command – SUNNI

Lt. General ‘Ali ‘Abdullah Ayyoob – Chief of the Syrian General Staff – ALAWI

‘Umraan Al-Zu’bi – Minister of Information – SUNNI

Dr. Bashshaar Al-Ja’afari – Syrian Permanent Delegate to the U.N. – SUNNI

Muhammad Jihaad Al-Lahhaam – Speak of the Parliament – SUNNI

Maj. General Muhammad Mahalla – Director of Military Intelligence  – SUNNI

Maj. General Nazeeh Hassoon – Director of Political Security – SUNNI

Lt. Gen. Ali Mamlook – Special National Security Adviser to the President – SUNNI

Dr. Buthayna  Sha’baan – Special Advisor to the President on Foreign Affairs and the Palace spokeswoman – ALAWI

 

 

Dr. Najaah Al-‘Attaar is only one heart-beat away from the presidency. She is a woman and a SUNNI Muslim.

 

Well, folks: how do you like the lies?  And what, by the way, does it mean when an Alawi is called a Nusayri?

 

Alawis are sensitive to the word “Nusayri” for no good reason.  Historically, it’s a reference to Muhammad Ibn Nusayr Al-Nameeri who is believed to be the founder of the denomination we call today ‘Alawi.   When the wretched Satanist liar Ibn Taymiyya was pronouncing his idiotic fatwas and condemning minorities to extermination, it was the Nusayris who got most of his venom.  All this hatred is based on a complete misunderstanding of the tenets and doctrines of Alawitism.  I will be writing an essay on the Alawis of Syria soon, so, this is not the best forum to present the paper to my readers.  Let’s cover, however, some of the salient points which differentiate Alawis from the fake Sunni Salafists and Takfiris.

Alawis, like the Muwahiddeen (Druze) believe in reincarnation.  They don’t deny it.  They differ from the Druze is some ways as to how the soul transmigrates.  Alawis have a belief not dissimilar to old Canaanite mythology and teleology: the soul can return as anything.  Contrast the Druze males who believe a Druze only returns as a Druze male.

Alawis have an in-built liberalism and tolerance. They just don’t care about your religion unless you’re going to use it to hurt them.  Other than that, Alawis intermarry (contrast the Druze) regularly. Note Dr. Assad’s wife, Asmaa`, is a Sunni originally from Homs.  Dr. Assad’s brother, Maj. Gen. Maaher Al-Assad, is married also to a SUNNI.

Alawis have adopted the Shi’i belief in twelve imams.  They do not believe ‘Ali Ibn Abi Taalib is God!  This accusation originally leveled against the founder, Muhammad Ibn Nusayr Al-Nameeri, was the reason he and his followers escaped from Mesopotamia under threat and accusation of blasphemy and settled in the mountain fastness of the coast of Syria where people didn’t bother him.  What happened after that is a miracle of fusion.

Alawis never eat pork.  But, like many Syrians, they do enjoy an occasional bat-ha of ‘Araq (Ouzo) or a liter bottle of their national beer: Al-Sharq.  Contrast that to the Saudis, whose Wahhabist heresy bars the consumption of alcohol, but, who shame themselves everywhere with behavior so slovenly and shabby the only reason they’re not 86’ed in every restaurant is the dissolute manner in which they squander their nation’s wealth.

Of course, Alawis are known not to have this insatiable appetite to waste their money on mosques.  Unlike the Saudis, who are constantly building these mosques to some Wahhabist Satan in order to propitiate him, the Alawis prefer to pray at home or anywhere on this earth where prayer is valid.  Their religion is natural – not forced or insistent on conformism.   This does not mean they don’t have mosques.  It’s just that they have another agenda with God that doesn’t involve hypocrisy or the meaningless display of wealth.

I will have more to say on this subject in a forthcoming essay.  I just hope my readers will respond to the lies about the Alawi character of the Syrian government with more knowledge and confidence now.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Read this typically perspicacious article by Ron Paul exposing the hypocrisy and cowardice of the Zionist traitor neo-cons:

http://www.ronpaulinstitute.org/archives/neocon-watch/2015/june/08/is-max-boot-really-a-liar-and-a-coward/

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BASHAR ASSAD – ALAWI

NOW SHUT UP ZIAD

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Anonyme Level 0 = 0
now shut up zéro.

Long Live Syria
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BASHAR ASSAD – ALAWI, voted by the Syrian people and supported by the Syrian people!

NOW YOU SHUT THE HELL UP ANONYMOUS SHIT HEAD!!!!!!

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Your mother will also take their suck in her ass where you are obviously coming from

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Your mother is a whore and you are a bastard.

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Welcome to Syper, the real picture of what is happening in Syria!! So that we all may enjoy the site, please only use language that is complimentary and welcoming to our other friends on the site. All views are welcome but the language should be friendly and heartwarming!!

PS select a name as soon as possible—.

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Nice double standards, I guess fff’s post is OK, but mine is not right? Just like israel bombing gaza is bad but Assad’s maggots barrelbombing civilians is ok? Right? *wink*

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Or just choose one of your other Troll names. You are very entertaining by the way. Good work…you should get a raise.

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GCG: The only ‘raise’ I offer to all these pathetic, hateful trolls is clean off the ground, on the end of my boot. Better still, a raise of a few hundred feet by way of explosion.

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Thanks for your enjoyment of Syper, the site for the true friends of Syria. Please tone down your references to relatives of posters and such. Views of all are WELCOME but more comes from a soft approach rather than one covered with sandpaper. and language that is somewhat foul. Welcome to Syper!

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ANONYMOUS =INFIDEL

F##K OFF ANONYMOUS YOU DICKHEAD

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Hello Queen!! We are glad you are enjoying the site as a loyal participant!! Please try to tone down your language and thus become an inspiration to the other posters and a leader. We want newer posters to feel WELCOME and wanted on the site. Thanks for being a loyal supporter of the .true Syrian government.

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You guys are even bad at insults, zero flair or substance. Bland, boring and simple. Insulting is your de facto go to kind of post as you are always left verbally destroyed when I drop an ounce of pure butthurt in the form of truth, facts and knowledge on your dumb befuddled asses, Nusayri dogs down with you once and for all! First Assad, then Satanyahu!!!! Freedom comes soon enough! Down with both the Nusayris and the Zio oppressors!!!

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Nice…very self assured with a smartly placed dabble of condescension. Try CAPS for effect to scare us or shake us up a little bit…and we should believe your rants why…tell us…your name Netenyahu or something? Okay how bout your keyboard pelts got any of those did you when the battle of MSNBC comments or defeated Joan Kerry in a battle of fits? Come on give us something to believe and trust in you, a non.

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Cry more please

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Deputy Leader of Turkey’s main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) Osman Faruk Logoglu in a Tuesday interview displayed that the nation’s foreign policy, specially with regard to Iraq and Syria, will soon go under drastic change. “The Turkish people want a revision of Ankara’s policies on Syria and Iraq,” Logoglu said in an interview with al-Mayadeen news channel on Tuesday after the CHP performed well in Sunday’s general election. Part of the CHP electoral base voted for the pro-Kurdish People’s Democratic Party (HDP) and other leftist parties in the recent election whose result is seen as a major… Read more »
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absolutely no mention of an air base falling. bbc, cnn, sky, fox. every blog i have checked do not mention anything. more psyops and propaganda

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Hello david Even though I am anon. ..Have been with Syria and Ziad from the beginning My experten in mil technical and MI The Palmyra airstrip and radar was not critical No operational wing out of Palmyra…. Only airlift…..the radars are not key Russian upgrade which scan the med or east and south which exist elsewhere in Syria and are in no jeopardy Thats why Syrias airforce can run 100 sorties anywhere they are tasked. IRGC will succeed as HZB did in consolidating Qalamoun. MI has to cut the traitor money rat head and soon the region falls as the… Read more »
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i agree. the turkey corridor is about to shut. maybe this a last desperate attempt by rebels. anyone who wishes to see their country become a failed state with never ending militia war is a disgrace. certainly traitors or not syrian

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I hope Iran, Hezbollah and Russia step up the help and aid to Syria.

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What difference does it really make…. silly? You can tell a tree by the fruit it bears.. Alawi, so what?. Thats the problem now with humanity, most folks are so busy pointing out their own perceived faults of others, that they cant even see their own hypocrisy and evil. Its an easy sell to the narrow minded to point out a difference and then have them act on it. Sunni, Shia, Alawi, Christian Druze, Druze, Christian protestant, Christian catholic, Hindu, Sikh…whatever, if you are a devil, you are a devil and a devil is a doer of evil. Hate evil… Read more »
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Funny, islam is supposed to teach us tolerance, yet we get monkeys like these Anons, adebsi, freiheit, metnird etc who have no room for tolerance, and yet they claim to be “good” muslims, bah humbug, pull the other one assholes. Hypocrites of the highest degree.

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Ziad, always good reminder to all at Syrper, sometimes trolls tend to insert the sectarian BS, this is not a sectarian war, this is a tentative of invasion into Syrian using a Syrian traitors as the fool of the day, of course the traitors now sense the blood for power and greeding, so that is in a nutshell the mess we have in Syria.
Great article, looking forward to your forthcoming essay.

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nothing wrong being an alawi anonymous.. the majority of the government is sunni. how many arabs have positions of real power in israel?
by the way it was actually the west that structured the political landscape and the choice of leadership in all countries in the ME. not happy with assad blame the west

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alawi or generaly shia people had that difference from sunni just like ortodox eastern christians (my people) got from catolics.they are majority but we are true ones,not because of customs but because of way of life.we never hate or dispress other religions.love will prevail,syrian will prevail.god bless you however you call it

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What a liar! You, a Serb, have the gall to say “we never hate or dispress other religions”. How can you make such an outrageous claim? We all know what you Serbs did to my Muslim kin in Bosnia in the war of early 1990s. I remember only too well the disgusting, vile crimes committed against unarmed, innocent Muslims and especially the use of rape as a tactic of war against my sisters. When I heard about those evil deeds as a child it made me so revolted that I promised myself that the Muslims will never forgive the dirty… Read more »
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i think you are partially wrong adebisi. like libya and syria the americans trained and armed jihadists to fight the serbs and destabilise the country. when the serbs responded they were bombed. the ”alleged ” massacres took place after NATO intervention

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David come on, the whole world knows about what the Serbs did to the Muslims. It is not a secret, the filthy Bosnian Serb army murdered or exiled every non-serb in their territory. Many massacres took place. As for jihadists, well a few brothers went to help but not that many it was largely Serb propaganda lies that made those claims as a way of justifying their savagery. Not too dissimilar to what baathists in Syria claim.

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It is true that the Bosnian Serbs did some horrible things to the Bosnian Muslims. But, in Kosovo it was different–a lot of the “massacres” carried out by Serbs either didn’t exist or were carried out by the Kosovo Liberation Army against its own people. (The “Muslim” KLA is bad news, in case you didn’t know it.) Analysis of the final toll of the Kosovo conflict in 1999 showed only 2000 killed–Serb civilians (and there were a lot as NATO bombed industrial factories, media centers, government buildings, power plants, etc.), Serb soldiers, KLA soldiers, and Kosovar Albanian citizens. The notion… Read more »
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Hello mr FHTEX, yes maybe Kosovo wasn’t so gruesome as what the Serbs did in Bosnia. But I think the Serbs would have done similar things if they could have got away with it. Things like srebrenica massacre I can never forget or forgive the Serbs for especially as they continue to deny it or downplay it as if killing “only” a few thousand rather than 8000-10000 makes it not so bad. About that video, did you honestly get the impression that those brothers were “evil, devilish, terrorist rats” like ziad would claim? To me they seemed like sincere, serious… Read more »
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It would sometimes be good to know the facts, david. Try to find out about the Yugoslavian wars, perhaps Google can help. Once you know the facts you can continue to comment.

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Adebisi
shuut the f…….up. You should read and travel. Then you ll come back to discuss.
the war in former yougoslavia was started by muslim iun some parts and Croatian in other parts. ………

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Mr weird name, you don’t know what you are talking about. The Serbs in the Bosnian war were the principle villains, the murderous dogs. Bosnians decided on independence so they Serbs started the war. The Serbs started all the ex-yugo wars cos they were led by nationalist thugs and killers. Damn them. The croatis were no better.

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You are right about Srebenica–it was a horrific massacre. While I generally blame the Serbs for what happened with the breakup of Yugoslavia, I can’t blame them entirely since there could have been a more orderly breakup that protected all ethnic groups. But, the WWI victors who threw all of the different ethnic groups together under one umbrella made a huge mistake. And, the collaboration of some Croats and Albanians with the Fascists during WWII didn’t help. As for the video, I don’t deny that many of the solders there were sincere in their beliefs. But, there is a need… Read more »
Muslims have no reason to be in Europe.
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Muslims have no reason to be in Europe.

”The Serbs in the Bosnian war were the principle villains”,

Muslims have no reason to be in Europe.

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Adebisi: Listen everyone, to the RAT with the name of a fictional TV character trying to mock other people for having ‘weird names!’ LOL
Fictional Abudabi – you are a juvenile joke!

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FHTEX: You may not know enough details from the history. Generally you could say that the kingdom of Serbia is most responsible for the beginning of WW I. The Serb king had the aim to be the king of all South European Slavic people AND Albanians. His Country was therefore in the center of the war and thanks to the interference of France (similar with Syria!) he almost got it what he would never get out of his own power. Except the people of Montenegro no nation wanted it and Bulgaria lost only one part – Makedonia while Albania appeared… Read more »
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Mr FHTEX, Democracy is not an Islamic concept so we don’t hold it as the way to rule. As Muslims we must strive to implement Islamic rule, that is the only acceptable way and the only chance for Syria to rise again from the horror of war. Assad’s election was a fraud, I’m sure you know. We don’t want war, we don’t love war, but sometimes it’s the only way. If the Muslims could have removed the Baathist dictatorship thru peaceful means then they would have done so. It was not meant to be, so the brothers had no option… Read more »
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Adebisi: “We don’t want war, we don’t love war” so we call it Jihad and make it a duty for our mean religion.
Democracy – the rule of the people – is against our Islam. So we have to cut the heads of the people in the whole world to ensure that they do not decide against our pseude religious ideas. We are only a few and in democracy we cannot win.

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Adebisi, making sure you read my comment on your religion, Spare us your fake religion.You will not find any converts here. To make sure, I will give some highlights of muslim ‘ religion’ All its concepts of hell , heaven ,creation were stollen from christianity and Judaisim. The adam and eve, joseph noah were copied from other religions.The ‘prophet’ heard these stories during his trips to syria anf figured, why not make up a new religion with an additional bedwin element: sex. The only real thing about islam is the sexual part, and there is a lot of it. To… Read more »
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Hello to you mr whoever you are. You are discussing our beloved Aisha (May Allah be pleased with her) who is considered by many Muslims to be the mother of the believers. So naturally we do not like lies and slander about her. However whatever poppycock you write about her does not change her position in the hearts of the believers and, more importantly, in the eyes of Allah (swt). As to her age upon marriage, it is a matter of debate with differences of opinion on how old she was and so on. I leave it up to the… Read more »
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You are right. The real historic events do not decide what people believe. Whatever real and true poppycock anyone writes about history – like Mohammed being a cruel warlord from today point of view – is completely different with what the believers make from that person. We tend to forget that because we do not know who Jesus really was and what he really did. We have only the stories from bible. It tells us that GOD is love and we find that it is so different with a god that demands to force his religion on the other people.… Read more »
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You are wrong. 1) Most people do not know what Serbs did to Muslim Bosnians (and not to Muslim People in Serbia/ Montenegro) and – you did not know either – Catholic Croatians in Bosnia. 2) As seen in the Albanian territories (Kosovo etc.) the atrocities did not base on Religion but on Ethnics – there are Christians between the Albanians. Just as in Israel when Christians are still Palestinians and belong to the “enemy” in former Yugoslavia it is all about who owns the land. 3) You are the biggest liar here. You also claim land for your kind… Read more »
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Oh yes my dear serb, you showed to us Bosnians your love in Srebrenica 20 years ago, in a 1000 days of siege of Sarajevo, by preserving 1 out of hundreds of mosques left in your capital Belgrade by retrieving Ottomans. Better go under your stone and learn more lessons from your zionist row models, even wahabis are better people then you!

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More pictures of dead takfiri maggots please Ziad, coz it makes my day.

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gruesome, just how you like them Madam https://twitter.com/leithfadel/status/608340098359377920

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hblinken thanks. Any more? more please…

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Brigade 52, imperative to the defense of the southern entrance to Damascus, has fallen. It only took a few hours for the rebels to overrun the largest military base in the south WTF is going on? Still waiting for the Big Surprise.

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Yes, and I cannot access SANA webpage. How weird, isn’t it ? 😉

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I HAVE JUST ACCESSED SANA NO PROBLEMS. YOU ARE TELLING LIES

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Well, no, I am not lying. I cannot access SANA. “Error 403 forbidden”.
(And please DO NOT SHOUT ! ! !)

Anyway, SANA handles a facebook account, where I’ve just got some news about Daraa : the Syrian Army crushed some apes there today, but apart from that, no news about the fall of a big syrian army base…

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sources please

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Ziad’s son Leith’s AlMasdar News. Good enough for you?

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i have just checked that site no mention of it

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go back and read the entire piece, it states ”the battle for the base is about to begin”.
are you so desperate for good news that you jump to conclusions?

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anonymous if you accept the report about the ”alleged” fall of the base as accurate from a reliable source. then you must accept all the other reports from that source as accurate too. and the overall narrative from almasdar is that the syrian army is well in control

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not mentioned anywhere online or in the msm. very odd you would think such a thing would be breaking news? sounds like BS

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More propaganda from the self-confessed baathist. This long list of secular or atheist regime thugs proves nothing. A few token “Sunnis” here and there does not change the fact that alawis have enriched themselves from baathist torture, tyranny and oppression over the years. Bashar the evil is a nusayri just like his criminal father before him. The nusayris are non-Muslim pagans, which is up to them as there is no compulsion in religion. Yet, Syria is Muslim land so only Muslim authority is truly legitimate. The Muslims in Baathist controlled territory were forced to suppress their religious identity under threat… Read more »
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Oh really? Muslims can practice their faith? Like they were never allowed to before the war and currently during the war. Or does chopping heads, desecrating homes, churches, mosques, raping women and children is your way of practicing Muslim faith like the nusrats. I got news for you child the Muslim sisterhood was terrorizing their syrian citizens with bombings in the 80’s. Funny how all the rats crawled out of the sewer now, but in the last 30 years didn’t say a word. You will all pay dearly. little does everyone know. Only one fifth of the Syrian army was… Read more »
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You are going to be waiting in vain for the “big surprise”!

Baathist Syria is finished. Free Syria is on its way.

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“Free Syria”–surely you jest. If Baathist Syria is finished you will see a real civil war among the assortment of terrorist groups each seeking power through terror over the other groups. By the time it ends it will be the end of civilization in Syria-another Libya..

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Adebisi: The BIG SURPRISE is for you, every year.
Assad was ‘finished’ in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015….
Big surprise! He’s still there! Syria is still there.
Big surprise! He will still be there in 2016. You are stuck in exile forever, sucking the hospitality and welfare benefits of your western host, like the leech that you are….unless you choose to return to fight for the noxious creed you say believe in so much.
Abudabi, please go to Syria. The soil waits to welcome you!

Selfserving lies..Taqiyya'' from Adebisi.
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Selfserving lies..Taqiyya'' from Adebisi.

”The blessed revolution has ended the modern era of jahiliyyah, Islam has blossomed once again. Subhan’Allah!”

Adebisi you are hallucinating.

Another one of your ”peaceful” brothers has just committed a terrorist act in Queensland Australia.

There is now talk of renouncing the citizenships of all extremists, read ”Wahhabi” from Australia.

Unheard of from a country like Australia.

You are despised all over the world jihadi apologist.

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I do not apologise for the jihad in Syria. There is nothing to apologise for in the case of the true Muslim rebels. Do not link me to the takfiris of ISIS, I am innocent of them. In fact they have a dirty hidden, behind the scenes, secret, relationship with the regime and coordinate attacks at times.

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Lol. you’re a funny little troll. I would like to keep you as a pet. What do you say you funny English poodle? Shall I keep you as a pet? I promise you halal meals every day and a rug where you can rest your forehead on. I can’t promise you9 year old virgins though. Or infidels to behead. You’d have to go to your Isis heaven for that. But you Will be free to rant and rave to your heart’s desire.

What say you?

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Syria can not be free under the rule of the terrorists from whatever brand of Islam extremism will be the last one standing.
Syria is entirely an non-muslim land. Muslims were invented in the land of the Arabs. Syria is the original land of Christians, the Jews “holy land” and the land of the people with pagan religions. It does not belong to the “Muslims”, it does not belong to the Egyptians or Assyrians or French, British, Osman, Roman or other foreign power. It belongs to the people.

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Thank you Ziad, that list will be most helpful when debating cretins who say the “regime” is Alawite.
Best regards.

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Zaid what happened at Base 52 fell to rebels not like SAA had warning

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Ziad is crying in a corner somewhere and when he is done wiping his tears, will come up with a bullshit ‘The west lies again, this is what really happened in Brigade 52 base in Daraa, rats pounded all over the place’ topic, then disappears for a couple of days after the posts become swarmed with the endless facts and visual proof leading to his complete humiliation … and after that comes up with another 4 simultaneously-spammed weaksauce topics that are about totally irrelevant minor victories, or some dumb topics about Obama or Erdoghan or some fucking retarded book review… Read more »
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SOURCES PLEASE

sam j haim
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Hello everyone,

Greetings to u. Does anyone have pictures of Brigade 52 Base in Daraa? Any twitter or Facebook posts?

david
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did not fall.” the battle for it is about to begin” according to the source quoted by anonymous. and it will end in rebels retreating as usual. or if they take it it will be temporary until reinforcements arrive.

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The Dark Saudi-Israeli Plot to Tip the Scales in Syria

lhttp://fpif.org/the-dark-saudi-israeli-plot-to-tip-the-scales-in-syria/

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BASE 52 FELL?!?!!? WHAT THE HELL????? How did it fall so quickly???????

david
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SOURCES PLEASE

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Okay, we ‘ve established that Syria is governed by Syrians and defended by Syrians who view where and when they worship is personal. Can we move on, now?

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lmao Arklight, what a shit fight hey? love how these terrorists and supporters portray themselves as good people who are loving etc yet listen to the nihlist comments they spew out.

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adebisi the battle is yet to begin. do not jump to conclusions by reading propaganda

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Well David, this brothers twitter has many videos from the battle. Seems like the Muslims have taken full control!

https://mobile.twitter.com/markito0171

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”seems like” is not conclusive. will have to wait and see. the fall of a base is a long way from the fall of damascus. the situation is fluid . even in 1945 the russians were losing individual battles but winning the war overwhelmingly

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a later report said the battle was about to begin

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This picture cannot be verified, love how this fool says it in base 52 but all we see is a flag on a wall that could be anywhere and God knows how old that pic is, regardless, not saying it hasn’t been taken over just saying pics like this prove NOTHING.

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Amen, Chevi. The Pommy bullshitters at the Guardian are running a dodgy story on Brig. 25, with a pic of the gate over which are ancient portraits of Bashar and what appears to be his brother. The whole thing reeks of a hack job.

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The video shows the area after the operation in which Hezbollah and Syrian troops seized full control over the crossing between Fleeta and Arsal

SAA and Hezbollah kicking stinking apes’ collective ass.

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I saw on another web site that Hezbollah is sending a lot more troops to help Syria or was it Iran’s Qids?

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A change of tactics is needed. A more firepower based defense in depth doctrine – combined with a highly mobile offensive search, raid and kill offensive. Focus on enemy supply depots. The most optimal solution would be. A) HZ to close western borders. B) Political deal with YPG to close northern borders C) Iraq to close eastern borders. D) A massive armoured strike in the south to connect with iraqi forces on the borders – to create a heavily guarded perimeter versus Jordan E) The key in this strategy – retake Jisr and link up with Afrin from Southwest and… Read more »
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Go back to playing World of Warcraft. The YPG does what it can to survive. They are certainly not letting any arms flow to jihadists like IS. Iraq cannot close the border because their troops are hundreds of kilometers to the east of the border engaging IS. IS controls Anbar province. Iraq would have to retake the entire province before even contemplating sealing the border with Syria. A massive armored thrust to the south? If the SAA had this capability they would not be in the situation that they are in. Besides the jihadists have lots of anti-tank weapons in… Read more »
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1) YPG needs to be integrated in to Syrian-Iraqi joint command that needs to be created
2) Iraq should focus on linking up with SAA – A no-entry zone for all non-army units in order to cut off supply
3) Armour to be used in the desert where is no shelter to support 2) and to ensure no 4×4 forces resupply the interior.
4) Back to WW1 – An decleared no-entry zone for all non ID’ed aircraft – to again ensure air-supply of terrorists are kept to null.

This is not fantasy – but creating a viable military strategy across borders.

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There are NO NEW recruits for the enemies of Syria.
It is soon over.
This is the last wave.
Nothing is coming behind them.

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Shut up ….stupid!

[Everyone has a keyboard these days….even the village idiots.]

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The battle for Base 52 is over. Overrun in a few hours. SAA has withdrawn to a nearby village. How can this repeatedly happen? For goodness sakes, Jobar has been holding out for years without food, supply, medicine etc..

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Lack of mobility and creative defense… see above soloution.
Something is rotten in the High Command

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It happens because the Syrian Alawite Army is demoralised and no longer has the will to fight. Who can blame them,would you want to fight for a sectarian baathist corrupt regime?

The end is coming soon….

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The end has come for zionist troll factory if Adebisi is the best they can afford…

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there will be a counter attack.

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A proven sectarian calls others to be sectarian? Interesting.

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Ohhhhhh! david finally admits Base 52 fell!! Weren’t you the one screaming about sources???? Guess you found a source, fucktard.

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Good points Jacob A. Welcome aboard and keep posting. thanks

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Thanks Jimmy. Have followed the site for a year – and time has come for support. The situation is dire – and nobody here understands what the High Command is doing. I just wonder whether somebody in the strategic leadership levels has ever thought like this (above post before) – the war can not be won in two seperate theatres. But only when seen as a strategic holistic problem. And better give the kurds on littlefinger (said from a stern anti-communist – but I prefer a communist Kurdistan to a Turkish Terror Caliphate every day) instead of risking losing both… Read more »
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Jacob, your ”support” is tosh.

The high command doesn’t know what it is doing…..but you do!

Back in your hole…..useful idiot!

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American ‘Vostok Battalion’ fighting for Donbas’
http://novorossia.today/a-militia-from-america-in-donetsk/

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Base 52 was evacuated – read twiterr from Ivan Sidorenko. SAA have 4 martyrs and about 60 wonded soldiers. They are on safe now with all equipment. Base 52 standed for year and half and repeld many enemy atacks. It was evacuated because large enemy reinforcment come last weeks in that area and massive attack on base started.

I am happy that lives from Saa soldiers was saved. After they get some break they can kill more rats.

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That is a very good strategy.
These newbies from the London/Paris bankers capture what they do NOT want to defend.
Just grind them down.
This is the last wave of “useful idiots” they have.
There are no reserves after they are killed.
No new recruits for the London bankers.

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No new recruits? 2k just from FSA in small part of Daraa to take over one base? LMAO … keep living in denial, I estimate at least 5k+ a month influx of maggots to syria from various arab states (not to mention US and europe) spread over all various jihadist groups.

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Estimate all you like, f..wit!

Taqiyya doesn’t work here…..stupid.

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Are there still NEW recruits?
Then I will spend 20 hours a day now on this issue.
Fake CIA Jihad.

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Thucydides: “spend 20 hrs a day????”
As I always suspected, too many people on this site with nothing better to do with their time … lucky bastards!
I will never aspire to Cesar, level 10.
I can’t live off my real estate investments and shares (even though I claim I want to ‘nuke’ everything, like Thucydildo) and no chance of drawing welfare cheques to support my blogging habit like Abedisi.
Curses! I guess I will just have to keep WORKING for a living and posting when I get home to my family.
(sigh)

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I hope High Command has some plan. Base 52 was lost too easily. Two days ago, Twitter was full of reports about concentrating rat units to take base 52. I hoped, SAA would deploy rapid reaction force and artillery to destroy concentrated enemy attacking force. But there were only a few airstrikes….. I cannot believe, attacking non protected (not in armoured vehicles) units were since WWI always decimated by artillery and heavy machine-gun fire. Base 52 was not isolated, so artillery position could be placed east of Base 52 (in Sweida governorate) and pour hell on attacking rat units.

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Limited manpower, while rats alone have a 10k army in central idlib. That is made up of small parts of FSA, nusra, ahrar as sham and smaller groups. FSA and nusra as a whole, islamic front / jaysh al islam, liwa al tawid, suqour al sham, etc …. shamiya front and the chechens and uyghurs … those must be another 100-200k at least. ISIS about 250K+ all over syria and iraq. Scary. Outnumbered to a massive degree, And rats are just as well armed due to support from NATO and west and arab states, unfortunately. All over for bashar at… Read more »
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you are guessing at the numbers anonymous. if there are that many all over syria who has it taken four years to be further away from victory than when they started. i remember battles in damascus, homs, hama and aleppo. that has all evaporated. do you really think tens of thousands of fighters could just march on a major city with heavy weapons in tow without being totally devastated? utter nonsense. they would not get within a hundred miles of any large population centre. they are free to move around the desert and abandoned military bases. it means nothing in… Read more »
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You are right, they cannot simply march on more heavily defended damascus. They have to cut off all airbases and industrial / gas / oil / economic centres, strategic locations, bases, highways, etc. from all 4 directions. And that’s what they are doing. Denial becomes a habit, this war will not be lost by any side overnight … I would be a fool to act like some other trolls and say ‘its game over for bashar within a month rebels will be in damascus lolz’ … but we can safely assume that if this iranian contingent Ziad keeps dreaming of… Read more »
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Yes seems strange SAA were aware of attack coming so should have had time to put in defences ,hoping this is part of a wider.strategy otherwise it will tenuous for army in that area.

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Adebisi is Hebrew for: DOG SHIT SHLOMO

I just can't take you seriously
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It’s the name of a homosexual rapist from the hbo prison drama OZ. He pretended to be Muslim too. Makes sense some out of work Arab yardy from the suburbs of England would use that moniker.

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I just can’t take you seriously: I agree.
I exposed Abedisi weeks ago. He admits how he took his name, while watching TV series, ‘OZ.’
Phony, fictional name = phony fictional character.
The joke is on anyone who thinks he is real….but don’t let that stop you mocking the miserable wretch. We need some light relief!

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I am afraid there is no plan. Each region, each city tries to defend as it can with ever fewer men, ever fewer weapons. Where Miltaire command is effective, the soldiers resist. Where the military leadership is weak or corrupt there are only defeats. We are all unable to understand the Miltaire strategy of the Syrian army, and we do not even know if there is a strategy, a military plan.
I am more worried about Syria …

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Seems like that…
Wondering: why not do a global recruiment campaign? – I believe enough people willing to fight rats and other terrorists would love to join SAA!

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BREAKING NEWS*********************BREAKING NEWS***************

BBC: Brigade 52 Base in Daraa Has Fallen to the Rebels in Syria

A spokesman for the Southern Front, Maj Essam al-Rayes, told the AFP news agency that at least 2,000 rebel fighters had overrun Brigade 52 in a “short and quick” assault launched at dawn on Tuesday.

There are two pictures. One of them is the removal of Dr. Assad’s picture off of a wall.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-33064320

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photos could be from anywhere. also could be old?

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Don’t fight it. There is no point to the rebels announcing a fake victory to be debunked hours later. This always happens like with jisr and idlib … and raqqa and palmyra. You guys deny it till you can’t anymore. Get over it already … here, wanna tell me these videos are somehow ‘shopped’? LOOOL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7iTLtE1FyU

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you are right this is pure propaganda and psyops. a few tin sheds, one rusted armoured a car, two bodies in the middle of the desert. and this is major victory heralding the fall of damascus. it really is disneyland

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Reminds me of when the Ukie soldiers from Banderstaani would drive up to the edge of a town, quickly get out the car, take a few photos, and quickly piss off again before they got shot or noticed.
Then they would post the pictures and say they have control of the place, to please their masters.
Same playbook, and this filthy terrorist izraHELLi rat let army of demons are just the same, just they only become ground fertilizer.

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Anonymous: ‘LOOOOOOOL?’
Hmmm…Laugh out, out, out, out, out, out, out, out Loud?
Oh, how I wish I was a literate as yooz.

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so removing a picture of assad means overwhelming defeat for the syrian army? lol the other picture is of a wall. where are the pictures of masses of captured weapons and thousands of prisoners. so they now have a few empty building to sit in. now what? fuck me is this what you call the army collapsing and damascus falling lol

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Sam……..hmmm!. : 2000 rats in the confines of a vacated army base. : 3000-5000 with in the confines of Jisr Al Shughoor. : 6000 within the confines of Idlib city. : Balance 10-12000 in Aleppo. : Qalamoun mountains closed off. : Remaining spread out thinly over vast desert or fighting each other : Iranians making an appearance. The opposition is an insurgent force, not an army. If you can get them to give up their key advantage, [small groups, mobility, element of surprise] you can then use your superior numbers and fire power to destroy/starve/fatigue them. Our we looking at… Read more »
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Hello,
Greetings to u. I agree with you. I think the Syrian tactic of allowing the rebels to take ground that is lightly defended and then making them defend it is a good tactic.

But to allow 2,000 or less to mass in the open desert under clear blue skies, must be because the killing fields have a greater return elsewhere with the SAA Air Force.

But I noticed in the vid I posted, that the rebels are stealing boots and socks. Also they look very thin. I think they are running out of money.

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”But to allow 2,000 or less to mass in the open desert under clear blue skies,”

If the tactic is to confine in one defined space [airbase], bombing them in the open desert where they will scatter in all directions makes no sense.

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I saw only 2-4 of them on mopets/bikes.

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Better to join Hezbollah to kill rats!! 🙂

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nothing there mate. no equipment, no prisoners. just a few empty buildings a few corpses ,in the middle of nowhere. lol. explain how this helps their situation in taking damascus? laughable

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No equipment? You must not know anything about that base, or even watched the videos. No strategic importance where it lies? Only linked the regime to tons of towns and villages, and let them stage artillery attacks from there and was a big resupply base in prime position linking well to damascus. Only lets the rebels get closer to the dara damascus highway and seizing whats left of the 2 smaller bases and then the rest of daraa, and then assaulting swieda and quneytra when they are both cut off. Then massive push to the north aka your beloved damascus… Read more »
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did you see anything of use in the camp? i did not. it is in the open and vunerable. you are thinking way ahead of yourself. what makes you sure they can hang on to it? a counter attack is only hours away. i understand 4 years of disappointment makes people clasp at straws. there is no way iran and russia will allow syria to fall. this base attack is a non event

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Hello David,

Greetings to u. The vid I posted shows several personnel carriers still intact with ammunition on the ground. Also there were trucks in the opening scene of the 2 minute video. Also there could be documents left behind that have an intel value.

The most important asset were the boots and socks stripped from the SAA soldiers because there is a funding problem among the rebels.

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david – you slime fuck – that base protects one of Bashar the Rat’s most important air fields in all of Southern Syria. 52 isa crucial defense and the second biggest assad base in dear. the fall of 52 is very very and as it now opens up rebel encroachment into Suweida. Are you really this dumb???

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I am not sure what your dim witted ass imagines a base to be, but its not looking like something out of a GI Joe cartoon for sure, fucktard. It looks ‘barren’ because they are usually far away from urban areas inthe countryside or desert (in the middle east all bases are like this) …. it sure as hell aint empty, its full of ammo and vehicles, and it had a strategic location as said already. Keep denying the truth, let it sting your flesh.

As you were....jihadi.
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As you were....jihadi.

Hey anonymous…….there were far to many ”and then” in your post.

Dream on.

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anonymous, try and keep the level of debate at a certain level. if you are winning why is it very obvious that you are losing your cool.
why do you wish to see syria destroyed? only something lower than what you called me would wish that on innocent women and children. see how i did not call you names? that is how intelligent adults conduct themselves

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anonymous. one battle is not the war. remember tactical withdrawal and counter attack. the rebels are in an empty base ” for the time being ”. what next?

Anonymous
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You and david keep your wishful thinking and denial states up now. The base was very important, it fell and that is that. Tactical withdrawals are an inside joke by now (with twitter memes et al) and the ‘x is not damascus and had no value’ excuses are really wearing thin …. *yawn*.

Your tears, they are delicious.

Bye bye anon.
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Bye bye anon.

Bye bye anon.

Read the ”Someone is thinking, planning and implementing.” post above.

Killing zones anyone?

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SAA Air Force flew sorties over Brigade 52 Airbase

However, somehow, 2000 infantry were able to attack the base non-stop for 24 hours straight. They also had artillery support. Why didn’t someone knock out the artillery? Here is a picture of the SAA survivors without their helmets, coming into the town of Al-Dara to regroup:

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/rebels-take-major-army-base-in-south-syria-rebel-spokesman-770148

More Than 230,000 Killed in Syria Conflict, Says Report

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/more-than-230-000-killed-in-syria-conflict-says-report-770107?ndtv_related

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”SAA Air Force flew sorties over Brigade 52 Airbase

However, somehow, 2000 infantry were able to attack the base non-stop for 24 hours straight”

Did the Syrian high command want them to take the base?

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Salami Sam,

Greetings to u. I don’t know. It could be a trap for the rebels. But they exposed their supply problems by stealing combat boots from dead SAA soldiers including their socks. Can you translate the Arabic?

sam

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how can 2000 fighters move and not be noticed? shocking military tactics and a failure of intelligence [ if true

Anonymous
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The Fuhrer and his NATO 4th Reich is providing his death squads with the most lethal non-lethal eye in the sky David. They locate the weakest point on the map, and they concentrate, and focus their evil killers on invading it. Then their Israeli controlled propaganda media starts glorifying their minor achievement, as if it was the end of all wars.

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”non-lethal eye in the sky”

And you think the Syrian command don’t know this………and using this to their advantage.

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A brave Israeli base commander will detonate a nuclear weapon inside Israel in time.
Germanswings all the way.
Murderkainen was an idealist, he believed in exposing the Israeli nuclear program. A hippy.
Next Murderkainen will be from the Jackass generation like that Germanwings pilot.

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Hello Mr. Ziad. Greetings to u.This quote is for you:

“My accomplishments as Secretary of State? Well, I’m glad you asked! My proudest accomplishment in which I take the most pride, mostly because of the opposition it faced early on, you know. the remnants of prior situations and mindsets that were too narrowly focused in a manner whereby they may have overlooked the bigger picture and we didn’t do that and I’m proud of that. Very proud. I would say that’s a major accomplishment.”

— Hillary Clinton 11 March 2014

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Can someone summarize what this rebel commander is saying in Arabic inside Brigade 52 Base?

The vid is two minutes long. What is strange is that the skies are clear. Where were the jets and helicopters to stop these rebels?

However, I did not notice that the dead SAA soldiers are having their boots and socks stolen by the rebels. Could this mean that financial support is drying up for the rebels now that the Saudis have to deal with the Houthis?

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Brigade 52 Base in Daraa Has Fallen to the Rebels in Syria.

I have finally figured out the “BIG SURPRISE in the South of the country” that has been talked about in here for almost a year or more.

The surprise is that the Syrian Forces are outnumbered big time in the South of the country and the rural areas of the country do not care one way or the other.

Big Surprise.
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Big Surprise.

”The surprise is that the Syrian Forces are outnumbered big time in the South of the country and the rural areas of the country do not care one way or the other.”

You think jihadi?

I see a plan being implemented here.

Time will tell.

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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A tactical withdrawal does not indicate the battle is over or that the enemy is in possession of the battlefield. Look at Al-Hasakah. The SAA saved men and material to fight another day. These are necessary strategic decisions that often have to be made during the course of a long war. The SAA is seeing the bigger picture.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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Any general would be a fool to allow a few soldiers to stay at the base with a larger amount of the enemy heading for you, better to retreat and come back to fight another day than to be slaughtered and not fight forever.

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Better than what the Kurds would have done. YPG just sat there and watched, to then be the “victor of the oppressed people”.

Long live a free Syria!

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News you don’t hear or read about from the BBC 😎 Key IS leader killed by Hezbollah in eastern Lebanon http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/10/c_134312030.htm BEIRUT, June 9 (Xinhua) — The Lebanese Shiite militant party Hezbollah said a “prominent leader” of the Islamic State (IS) was killed on Tuesday in the Qalamoun region adjacent to the country’s eastern border with Syria. The party’s al-Manar TV said that, SAUDI national “Walid Abdel Mohsen al-Omari” was killed by Hezbollah fire when the party’s long range artillery shelled a jihadist post in the Shobat al-Mahbas region on the outskirts of Ras Baalbeck town. It added that “the… Read more »
God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Secular State: Syria

Sectarian State: Israel, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey

Biggest supporter of secularism: Syria

Biggest supporter of sectarianism: Israel, Qatar, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Turkey (include U.S. EU)

Enough said.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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'Rose In Desert'
Asma al-Assad. Sunni First Lady of Syria Asma al-Assad, Syria’s dynamic first lady, is on a mission to create a beacon of culture and secularism in a powder-keg region—and to put a modern face on her husband’s regime. Asma al-Assad is glamorous, young, and very chic—the freshest and most magnetic of first ladies. Her style is not the couture-and-bling dazzle of Middle Eastern power but a deliberate lack of adornment. She’s a rare combination: a thin, long-limbed beauty with a trained analytic mind who dresses with cunning understatement. Paris Match calls her “the element of light in a country full… Read more »
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Assad is like most American presidents. He goes to church when he has to in order to look good. He dresses in suits and uses nice english when he has to. and , yes and ………….he turns over the wet work to someone else and looks the other way. So like most american presidents he talks about diversity. meanwhile the upper crust gets more and more and everybody else gets the shaft. whatever ‘ism’ you want to apply to it, it doesn’t matter much. its all the same. the rich get richer and the poor get scraps .
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Assad represents the Syrian people.
That is not a job anyone should aspire.
It is a task appointed to him.
Being a leader is not something enjoyable.
Those who think otherwise have never ever been a leader themselves.

Go play Worlds of Warcraft and lead a guild of 1000 members for more then 2 years.
Then you have a complete different idea about being a leader.
It is not easy. It is not enjoyable. It is a duty.

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Thucydides: Yes! Eloquently put.
If Ziad had been able to reply at that time, I’m sure it would have been almost word for word, the same.
Please spare us the nuclear dawn rambles and give us more responses like this, reflecting the terse and concise verbal abilities of a level 10 Cesar.
Hail Cesar!

Thucydides
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I also have long term plans that go beyond the war in Syria, blogs, forums, LiveLeak, Veterans Today, etc. Thermonuclear war is my plan for this century. Try to stop me!

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Source and date of publication? Google says Asma is 39, so article must be 4 or 5 years old. It shows what the salafist-takfiri-wahabi-zionist-colluding nutjobs want to destroy.

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The Rose STINKS. This is from 2011, and Vogue quickly pulled all copies a soon s the rebellion broke out. Old news – Asthma is now a wanted WAR CRIMINAL

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Anonymous [Level 1 – Novice] You’re a loser…

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No more Mister Nice Cannibal. Now you are getting your comeuppance, we see your snarling hate-filled face.
You are an enemy of the human race. Go back to your cave and await your doom.

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Great post, Rose! HEY! HILLARY! EAT YOUR HEART OUT!

david
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well written. but the bottom line is the alternative to assad is beheading lunatics and a failed state like libya. a no brainer really

Thucydides
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No.
ISIS, Islamic State have one destiny, some execution pit.
This is CIA organized war.
Those “useful idiots” muslims will all be executed and dumped in a hole in the ground before the end by that same CIA.
There is no “end game” for the “guilible fools” that are doing FAKE CIA JIHAD.

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https://twitter.com/THE_47th/status/608255747227451393

from the grave he says

ITS OVER SON. ITS OVER.
GO TO DACHA IN MOSCOW
PLEASE.

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He was always a fucking twat

Thucydides
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It is the people of Syria. Not its leaders.
It is the people of Syria against colonial powers USA, Britain, France.
It is the people of the USA, Paris and London that should be worried.

Herod; Slaughter of the innocents
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Why is Israel Looking for Imam Mahdi?

During the US occupation of Iraq it was routine to torture Iraqis in prisons like Abu Ghraib whose prison guards were using tactics learnt in Israeli training camps as Robert Fisk pointed out in ‘Abu Ghraib torture trail leads to Israel’; one of the most baffling questions asked during interrogation was “Where is the man called Imam Mahdi where is he hiding?”

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/06/09/why-is-israel-looking-for-imam-mahdi-2/

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Where is The Messiah,,?
Asking about Imam Mahdi is the Same with asking The Mesiah

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The Mahdi is here and living among us.
They looked in Libya too and they think he is dead.

Thucydides
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Veterans Today, how independant are they today?

Aisha is coming to town
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Another lesson on islam. In the first years of islam, fasting was not part of the religion. The prophet’s companions asked him: how come christians fast, but muslims do not? Sure enough after this question, another quranic verse came down from Allah. For a strange coincidence, quranic verses appear whenever mohamad wants and to give his words more authority. So mohamad decided that muslims should fast during the month of ramadan.Initially,people were not allowed to have sex during ramadan, not even at night when eating and drinking were allowed. Mohamad’s followers began to resent the fasting, so mohamad, conveniently obtained… Read more »
Syria's Darwin Award goes to..........
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Syria's Darwin Award goes to..........
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interesting did not know waleed al mualim was sunni ,i figured he was christian lol and figured the same for Dr Buthayna,,alawi is close enough though hehe,,i know the good mufti hassooun(spelling) has alot of christian friends he hangs out with mostly

and ppl please stop proping up or engaging with these “anony” useful idiots

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Something that I have noticed in the last few days is that the number of people publicly doubting ziads claims is starting to grow. It’s becoming clear to people that his version of events just isn’t happening! The tide has turned against the regime and there is only so long propaganda and pig-headed denials can hide that fact. It’s also clear that confidence among regime apologists/ziad fans is starting to noticeably wobble. Now I’m not the sort of person who likes to blow my own trumpet, in fact in real life I am known as a quiet, studious type, so… Read more »
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Mr. Adebisi, If the SAA is doing so bad, Mr. Ziad would ban you from the blog. You comment as if the war did not start last year. It is RUNNING INTO ITS FIFTH YEAR! The rebels have an attrition rate of over 40% per year in killed and wounded. A lot of the wounded leave and don’t come back. Look at the video I posted today, Your glorous rebels are stealing SOCKS and BOOTS from dead SAA soldiers. Someone has a supply problem. Someone isn’t getting enough money for beans, bullets and boots. Someone is stealing the money to… Read more »
As you were....jihadi.
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As you were....jihadi.

”Something that I have noticed in the last few days is that the number of people publicly doubting ziads claims is starting to grow.”

Rubbish Jihadi……..Adebisi.

The only thing growing is your nose……from all the taqiyya and kitman you are smelling.

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All I see is another PSYOPS attempt to pollute this blog.
But they have the white wizard fighting for Syria, me.
These wormtongues have no chance.

https://youtu.be/b3w6c7RUbUs
IDF/NSA psyops with their forked tongues behind their teeth.

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Abedisi: A simple explanation….. shit attracts lots of flies.
The flies surely are guided by the stink, not by Allah (PBH)

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It is not Allah that is leading them, it is the CIA, Mossad and Mi6.
Just another war organized by the British, French and Americans against another muslim country.
CIA led gangs of “useful idiots” Muslims that do FAKE Jihad.

NO NEW recruits.
All they have now are cheap mercenaries that will never ever return home and DIE in Syria.
Now what mercenary would want to fight in a losing war?
They will never ever get money, or their widows.

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Nobilitatis

Your last joke was way better.

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