QUNAYTRA: NUSRA COLLAPSING UNDER ITS LEADER’S BLUSTER; NEW ARMY ADVANCES IN EAST DAMASCUS HAS RATS REELING

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DAMASCUS:  With Syrian Army morale bobbing off the firmament, a new campaign to exterminate Alqaeda, ISIS and the Jaysh Al-Islam has begun.  It is so ferocious that Abu Muhammad Al-Jawlaani, Alqaeda’s leader in Syria, fresh from a bender in London, has declared he had the funds to offer a 3.4 million dollar reward for anyone who kills the president of Syria.  He also offered 2 million for the assassination of Hizbollah’s leader.  Gee, I wonder who gave him the money?  Now, what will the putative assassins do if the Alqaeda chieftain fails to pay?

 

Doumaa:  ‘Alloosh has not been heard from on the airwaves recently.  Some say he’s either dead or on the verge.  One source told me he is believed to be in Amman, Jordan, where quacks are giving him shots of laudanum for his “mood”.

Yesterday, at the Al-Imaan Mosque, a pack of Jaysh Al-Islam vermin relaxing in a command-control center were sent to Hell aboard their three 4-wheel-drive Toyotas:

Haamid Al-‘Abid

Zakwaan Subhiyya

Mudhar Khalfaan

Taariq Al-Luways

Muneer Idrees

Jaabir ‘Aqrooq

Muhannad Bakkaar

 

‘Irbeen North:  A truck with weapons and ammunition north of Abu Bakr Mosque was blown into so much mechanical parts:

Nazaat Titnaay (CHECHEN DINGO SPUTUM)

Raashid Al-Zahraani

Iyaad Al-Daabiq

 

Harastaa:  The Jaysh Al-Islam group is becoming a laughing-stock.  East of the Mahaasini Mosque, they were caught prowling around looking for peanut bags:

Ilyaas Raajih

Ghiyaath Al-Jum’ah

‘Abdullah Al-‘Eesaawi

Jihaad Hazeema

‘Azeez Al-Fa’oor

‘Abdullah Daqmaaq

Another 4 could not be identified and are believed to be foreigners.

 

‘Ayn Turmaa:  West of the Ahl Al-Safaa` Mosque, 2 pickups with 23mm cannons belonging to the Jaysh Al-Islam were converted into piles of dross by the SAA and PDC:

Ghazwaan Al-Basala (IRAQI FERTILIZER PELLET AND SO-CALLED “expert” in explosives.  Well. He went up just like that.

Mansoor Al-Biqaa’iy

Ziyaad Al-Taweel

Hussayn Al-Dughaym

Ahmad Mujaahid 

 

Jawbar:  The SAA has recorded several advances here over the last three days.  Yesterday and today the army took back the Reema Water Bottling Company and destroyed a command-control base while annihilating a communications center.

Jawbar:  The SAAF destroyed 2 tunnels with all the rats inside with a type of bomb not seen before in Syrian skies.

 

Heavy fighting reported in Zamalkaa, ‘Ayn Turmaa and Saqbaa, as I write.

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QUNAYTRA:

The Zionist Khazar Entity is so upset over its failures to give meaningful support to the terrorist weasels of Alqaeda that it is now openly firing artillery at the Syrian Army to give cover to their escaping allies.

 

 

We can now declare Tal Ahmar to be totally rat-free as the SAAF delivered 15 stunning bolts of lighting yesterday before the SAA began its ground assault.  The group up here was Liwaa` Al-Sibtayn (i.e. The Two Israelite Tribes):

Mu’tassim Al-Tahhaan (Leader of the Israelite Tribe)

‘Alaa` Fathi Al-Waadi

‘Umar Naadir Al-Sa’eed

Burhaan Nawwaaf Al-Sadaqa

Raaghib ‘Umar Fustuq

Saamih Naseeb Al-Rasheed

Ayyoob Nijm Muhammad Daraawisha

Bilaal Futayh

Ahmad Muhammad Al-Suwaydaani

Muhannad Hussayn Al-Turshaan

Another 30 or more rats were seen being airlifted by Zionist cockroaches to quack hospitals in the Golan.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Dr. Tarpley has a go at it with the war criminal Ashton Carter and delivers the truth to those who seek it.  Saudi Arabia’s threats are also discussed:

http://tarpley.net/saudis-threaten-russia-with-terrorism/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss

Just “unwell”?  Mmmmm.  Read this article and some of the comments:

http://www.infowars.com/eu-diplomat-my-government-believes-obama-is-quite-mentally-unwell/

Brandon tells us about how nuts Hillary is:

http://www.activistpost.com/2015/10/hillary-clinton-the-killing-of-ghaddafi-and-the-destruction-of-libya.html

Tony Gratrex sent me this in my email.  It’s a fine article by Finian Cunningham about war crimes in Syria perpetrated by the U.S.:

http://www.veteransnewsnow.com/2015/10/13/522119-us-must-call-off-dogs-of-war-in-syria/

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:  (Thanks, Phillip Vella)

 

 

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QUNAYTRA: NUSRA COLLAPSING UNDER ITS LEADER’S BLUSTER; NEW ARMY ADVANCES IN EAST DAMASCUS HAS RATS REELING by
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Interesting article from Leith. Wonder if it had anything to do with the “big.s.” that Z. was on about?

AASs
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I reckon Lt. Al-Ahmad was pulled so that he would not accidentally get bombed by RuAF. From now on his embedment in FSA yields diminishing returns, since Russians are mostly using drones, sats and speznaz for target monitoring. His embedment was good before the Russians came.

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I heard about a big surprise coming in the next 10 days from Iranian, Syrian and in indirect way from the Russians.

I am hoping for game changing news in the next 2 weeks.

Almaza Malt
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I’ll tell you what the big surprise is: Its the fact that the Syrian Army and special forces have infiltrated every rebel/terrorist group in Southern Syria which is why their leaders are getting whacked on a weekly basis.

GO SAA!

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why does syria or russia allow this???? why is it the turks and everyone else is able to violate syrian sovereignty but not the other way around? what is syria waiting for to destroy these tanks ????

Turkish Army Enters Syria Unannounced
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/turkish-army-enters-syria-unannounced/

these turkish dogs are nothing hut provocative bastards with there bs and laghable excuse of building a wall to keep isis out what a fucking joke

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It’s more about tightening the noose than going for broke. Erdogan can play his little games now, but after all of his Takfiris are decimated he won’t be able to take a crap without the Russians breathing down his neck.

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no no no that dog or anyone else should not be able to play there games on syrian soil,forget russia it should be syria who goes after and knocks out anyone trying to violate there spaces like they done with the turkish jet last time,why wont they do the same now?? they keep letting pissrahell and turkey walk all over them

Berl Jay Hubbell
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You can bet they did this on orders from the US/Zio Imperium to counter the effective advances of the SAA and threats from the Kurds.

ziad
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Loyal Syrian
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According to almasdarnews the turks have invaded syria yet again.. any info about this?

ALL HEIL SAA

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Turkey and Erdogan are gonna get their a*Sses kicked. The man is a monster. He could have had a great deal for south stream with Russia that could have helped the Turkish people. This scumbag has his giant palace and treats his people like dirt. Putin is tired of this clown.

Prayers for the brave Syrian people and SAA (Syrian Army).

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SAA advances in EGhouta are a direct result of Russia losing it’s temper over the embassy being mortared. As usual the heavy lifting was done by RuAF.

Anyway, how are those other fronts doing? Jisr, KafrNeddah, Palmyra, Salma, Kuweires? Mostly stalled, which unfortunately is the SAA way. They seem to have momentum for about 2-3 days, then offensives stall by default.

Fortunately Iran, Hezb and Russia are preparing to retake Aleppo:
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-14/iran-sends-thousands-troops-syria-russian-backed-assault-key-city

As long as they keep SAA and NDF out of play, they may actually retake the city in a short period of time.

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the rebels have learned to fade when the russians come and then when the russians leave, they come back and attack .

david
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they are doing far more fading of late anonymous. in a few months they will have faded right away to nothing i assure you

ziad
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they are fading into hell

Baybars
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Soon they will fade away entirely. Sooner the better.

teevee
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If and when Aleppo is taken back, would you promise to go back to being Mantit again?

Queen o bama
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aaar didums is your fuck buddy Aloosh having a hard time of it , shame…Man up you fucking plastic paddy, admit the games up ,Russia or no Russia No more epic victories, little local attacks are trumped up by shit heads like you as being the start of something big Go fuck yourself or hang out with the fucking freakery you attract on Social media.. fucking celtic majid.. We have the real thing on this board, next time he shows up i’ll direct him to your twitter account I suggest you drop the Celtic and replace it with wanker Ziad… Read more »
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all battles are fought in bursts AASs. it is not ”stalling”. you go forward in a burst and then stop to reinforce your gains bring up more men and weapons. it is a strategy used by everyone. if the SAA were that poor syria would have fallen years ago

Luca K
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AASs(HOLE) is butt hurt bc his takfiri heroes are being destroyed.

While he keeps talking shit about the SAA, the SAA keeps killing his heroes!
Haha

Anonymous
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wP6Hoe5Pka4&feature=youtu.be

from jobar.

i don’t see any quit in these people. SAA and their partners have serious problems. The Iranians are saying it will be a bloody winter in Syria. and so it shall be.

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SAA is the problem. It isn’t an army anymore, it’s a militia. Syria does not have a standing army anymore. It takes decades to build an army. In that sense the Coalition was successfull, in that it destroyed the SAA. I hope Hezb and Iran can do enough heavy lifting to leverage the RuAF activities in order to achieve the desired outcome. The last 2 weeks have shown that SAA failed to turn the excellent RuAF work into deliverables. They lack organisation and depth, unlike Hezb which has staying power. When the going gets tough, SAA just gets bogged down.… Read more »
Stein Bauge
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you are too quick as the iranians have not made their move

Queen o bama
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Is that the reason pissrael still feel the need to shell Syrian Forces from the occupied Golan/ How would your fucking jew boy useful idiot comrades fare without pissraels timely interventions, and air cover,.. retreating back to fucking pissrael every time the going gets tough
Accept it you Jewish tosser,it’s over As iv’e said before Stone throwing children which your fucking bully boy IDF excel in killing will be replaced by the IRGC

David George
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“A tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.”

Anonymous
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Hard core hillbillies that’s what is left. You need Hezbollah tactics in urban areas like this, they perfected moping up rats really effectively. Start shooting to see where they are, then lob some hand grenades, if that does not help use mortars and RPGs, after that lob some 50-100kg IRAMs over roofs or even better through windows. If that fails spot where they concentrate and use 500kg IRAMs.
When done advance another 100 meters and repeat.

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jobar is stalemate anonymous. the rebels have far more problems . over by xmas.

david
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thousands of already quit anonymous and headed for turkey and jordan. it is about ”you” quit shill

ziad
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there wont be a winter for the pigs ,they will all be dead by then

FHTEX
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It may be a bloody winter but it will be a fertile spring as the remains of the jihadists provide excellent fertilizer for the newlt planted crops.

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Russia stating that the State Department of the US, and the Gulf coast monkeys will need to go to the bank and withdraw some money, then call their favorite arms dealers.. ISIS has lost a majority of their heavy weapons and ammo. In under 2 weeks. The march to the end of the year will be very interesting, given the fact that these terrorist mongoloids are doubtlessly feeling the heat. With the destruction of so much of their infrastructure, C&C, and weaponry I think we can all imagine what is next. https://www.rt.com/news/318545-isis-lose-ammunition-russia/ Regarding Turkey, Erdogan really seems to have jumped… Read more »
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ISIS are not the Alpha Terrorists in Syria Nusra and co are and for what it’s worth the Idlib Damascus Aleppo contingent are the cream the Idlib takeover had all the hallmarks of being carried out by semi professional soldiers, equipped and motivated, and boosted by the Turks in fact IMO it was a Turkish invasion. Clean up that front job done
I reckon ISIS will disappear into Iraq once it’s Oil revenue dries up ,they have a massive contingent to take care of which will be a burden they will be unable to carry

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Doubt it. Erdogan is dead in the water without massive support from west. Kurds are doing a major land grab in Syria and Iraq; setting up Kurdistan, that will not include any territory of Turkey, would be a huge victory for Turkey, because Kurds would have their nation which would make it that much easier for Kurds in Turkey to move to “Kurdistan” and have their thing. Hell, Turkey government could even set up a small incentive, like $15,000 per family, to start a house in Kobane. A huge wall will be built after that, and Turkey will have once-and-for-all… Read more »
David George
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Dream on.

FHTEX
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There are 15 million Kurds in Turkey and less than half that in all of Syria and Iraq. Once Turkey and the jihadists are defeated, Syria’s small Kurdish population will be no match for the Syrian Arab Army.

Berl Jay Hubbell
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What makes you think Erdogan will be around much longer? Russian wants to work a deal with Turkey and Erdogan is being a jerk. He’s probably been bought off by the US/Zio Imperium. He’s an arch war criminal and needs to be dealt with accordingly. Secular Syria is the best solution for what ails the Kurds. These anti-Kurd postings are sly Zio attempts to create disunity in Syria. I hope no one buys this specious nonsense.

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Interesting Article from Leith’s site………………..

A former Syrian Arab Army (SAA) officer that defected to the Free Syrian Army (FSA) inside the Dara’a Governorate in 2012 has returned to Damascus after completing his three-year long espionage mission for the Syrian Military Intelligence.

The SAA officer, Lieutenant Hussein Al-Ahmad of Latakia City, was originally captured by the Free Syrian Army in 2012 – he became famous for publicly defecting to the aforementioned rebel group following his capture; this led to Lt. Ahmad’s acceptance among his fellow defectors.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/the-syrian-government-spy-within-the-ranks-of-the-free-syrian-army/

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Why would this be announced? It puts this guy way up on a hit list for the rebel terrorists. If not hindering future attempts to infiltrate.

(I guess alternatively it might breed suspicion within the ranks of the rebel terrorists. But that means Syria does not have any more infiltrators that they don’t want to put in jeopardy.)

Either way, I hope he brought back some incriminating evidence against the outside agitators.

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There appears to be a strong campaign by Kurds to ethnically cleanse as much territory under their rule, and “re-educate” the remainder of the population as to what that area is, and whom it belongs to. Amnesty International has made several accusations, while interviewing the actual individuals expelled from their homes, that Kurds are driving Arabs and other ethnicities out of their villages, and then bulldozing them. It is clear that Kurds are attempting the same old strategy that has been applied for centuries. Take over by force, re-educate, and claim as yours. There is every reason to believe that… Read more »
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I think this is the new US policy for Syria. To carve out a Kurdish region, I doubt they will announce independence but they will practically be independent. Just like in Iraq.

FHTEX
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Once the jihadists are defeated, do you think the Syrian Kurds will be any match for the SAA and SAAF? Do you think that a strong Iraqi government and military independent of the U.S. will, after having defeated ISIS, going to let a lot of Iraq’s oil wealth end up in the hands of the Iraqi Kurds? The reality is that the U.S. will very soon no longer have the ability to dictate anything in the Middle East.

David George
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Russia will be in Syria for a long time. Syria’s borders and sovereignty are not up for negotiation, and neither are Iraq’s for that matter. Split of oil revenue is another thing.

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That is the million dollar question Anon: Will an independent/autonomous Kurdistan in northern Syriaq be in the best or worst interest of Turkey. Some think it is in Turkey’s best interest as it gives the Kurds a homeland and takes pressure off of Turkey. Others think, that it empowers the Turks and makes them expansionist. Time will tell….

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hey Sarah, who gives about Turks interests, under the circumstances there is not a whole lot anyone can do much about it. But the Kurds have traditionally been susceptible to manipulation, so as you said Time will tell.

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Kurds are currently the “ace card” for the gulf+west. The recent announcement of the “Democratic Force” is a very cunning counter-punch at Russian involvement. “Coalition” may very easily open up flood gates of weapons delivers and air-strikes to help this newly minted force “liberate Raqa” and take credit for defeating isil. Media will make the world think of Kurds (Democratic new Force) as those who defeated isil, which may very well propel them into “Kurdistan”, which may slowly, but surely, turn into a local Sunni power, catering to west+gulf interests with issues such as pipe lines and army bases, while… Read more »
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We loved ‘Springtime For Hitler’. Now, we have ”Arab Spring Time for Erdogan” * * * * * The back-up plan of the Ameriki has always been for a rump state, partitioned out of Syria and northern Iraq. It’s designed as an existential threat to its independent neighbors, as a way of stealing oil, and a divider so that the Oded Yinon plan for Greater Khazaria can emerge. Dream on. Depending on Turk help to accomplish it is a non-starter. Remember what old hands say — ”You don’t have to destroy Turkey. Leave it alone to fall apart by itself”.… Read more »
Berl Jay Hubbell
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Amnesty is just a megaphone for US propaganda. They have no credibility. Do you notice that all of these anti-Kurdish postings always come from an Anonymous? Sounds like Zio hasbara to me.

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Anon: Don’t worry about the Kurds as yet: if there’s any possible thing to blame on anyone in the entire ME, somebody will accuse the Kurds. They were also accused pf genocide a couple of years ago, the allegation was proven to be fabricated of whole cloth. Tomorrow somebody will accuse the Kurds of stealing the Moon’s green cheese and replacing with spray painted Velveeta.

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https://www.facebook.com/Texmapmaker-759828057477126/

MAP OF HAMA LATAKIA FRONT, SOME MAY REMEMBER ME

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Z…you really should have a separate section on Syrper for western presstitute media watch !!! The noxious fumes of bullshit are overwhelming.If you really want a laugh,go to the Irish independent mid eat news section.All we get is baloney about how Russia backing Syria,contemplates things,gives rise to extremism,Vlad only attacking moderate cannibals to prop up Assad ‘regime’…. They recently printed an article by some maniac called oppenheimer,calling for a separate state in Syria for Sunnis !!! This dirt rag failed to mention that majority of SAA and its officers are Sunni,majority of Syrian government are Sunni and the majority of… Read more »
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The western mainstream media is all controlled garbage from the Zionist press. (It seems the R in Reuters stand for Rothschild). The same stupid articles and talking points appear all over the controlled media. It is a farce. The façade is slowly cracking and smart people are seeing through the cracks but the brainwashed masses remain just that… brainwashed.

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“We can now declare Tal Ahmar to be totally rat-free as the SAAF delivered 15 stunning bolts ….”

Prolly was RuAF not SAAF, but Ziad likes to insert SAAF before RuAF to make it look like they are the main players. Meantime they have been completely sidelined by RuAF. Fortunately Ziad’s son has a good take on reality, pity he doesn’t run a blog like his father.

dudleydoright911
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Is it true you originally tried to name yourself ass, but spelled it wrong?

teevee
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Dudley that was good you cracked me up, haha.
And AAS, How about your buddies, are they fighting by themselves? Is there no Israeli, US, Turkish, Saudi, Libyan, Algerian, Tunisian, Moroccan, Nigerian, German, British, French, Belgian, Swede, Afghani, Chechen, Turkman, should I go on? forces being armed and trained to the teeth by the world of darkness fighting against Syria. But help from Syrias friends and allies is Haram? Isn’t that kind of pathetic? How long would this war had lasted without the above culprits?

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@teevee

Absolutely,
In fact, even now, were the members of the coalition of killing stop supplying, recruiting, training and providing the terrorist bandits with safe havens, this war would end pretty quickly.

Arklight
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teevee: Maybe this will cheer you up: Cuban troops MAY be coming in along with the Russians and Iranians.
https://www.rt.com/usa/318712-syria-iran-cuba-rebels/

Maria Engström
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lel! 😀

Luca K
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@dudleydoright911

Buahahahaha
Good one, mate!

Baybars
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That’s his last name. His full name is BBadd AASs.

Leroy Tyrone Washington.
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Trying hard to drive a wedge between father and son eh? Typical zionist technique – divide and conquer. We here are all familiar with you people. Try CNN or BBC, good luck there.

Who the fuck care who kills your rats?

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This is not ZIAD’S money job but a labor of love for his country Syria and is a pro government BLOG.He is not located there and reports,as he says,from calls and what crosses his desk. Leith,on the other hand,has much more than a blog, but a nice full fledged WEB SITE to which he has to be putting in MANY hours.He has many different sections(world) of info and this has to be full time for him and he is in Syria. I feel reasonably sure that he gets info from both sides of the conflict.He is younger and no doubt… Read more »
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maybe they needed a break. but you are assuming that the SyAAF will now stop operating? Asshat.
they were prolly a bit at the end of the tether like the rest of govt forces. prolly in the process of being upgraded a bit

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That WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT was a bonus and put a smile on me. Hilarious and extremely funny. I am of course gloating and happy to see that from their desperation these Wahhabi Savages will all be reunited with their great great grand father Abu Sufyan along with each of their 72 goats for all the pleasures that paradise offers and all that they were promised by the Saudi simian primates clerks.

Peace! Blessings and Victory to our SAA and their alliance with the Russians, NDF, Resistance, Iranians, Iraq Ketaeb, Yemani Houthies and all other freedom fighter.

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One has to admire the restraint and patience of the brilliant Iranians. For at least the last 3 years they have been desperate to engage deeper in Syria to stop the massacres and torment of their Syrian brothers and sisters, but they resisted the urge. They did all they could to help Syria, but they were smart enough to realize that if they were to begin large-scale military operations in Syria it would close the door to deeper Russian involvement. I believe that for at least the last 2 years the Russians and Iranians debated on who should go in… Read more »
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I wish there was an edit option.. I meant to say: The Iranians knew that they only way intervention would succeed is if it were done under the umbrella of Russia, a nuclear superpower and Security Council member.

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Nailed it. Good analyst.

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Jimmy you nailed it man. Iran had to have cover. But now gloves are off.
And Jimmy despite all the propaganda that 1000s of Iranians are in Syria Iran has only around 300 new specialist in this deployment almost all these guys are Syrian and Iraqi. But if that doesn’t work 1000s and 1000s more will come. Iran has made a decision that Saudi will be defeated in Syria period.

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Iran has already thermonuclear weapons.
They were delivered to Iran and North-Korea about a year ago.
Things are already a long time in motion that can not be undone.

“You can never ever make peace or deals with the London/Paris bankers. They will continue to conspire against your. There is only one option now in the mines of Moria. Thermonuclear war. If you have to shoot, shoot, do not talk!”

– Thucydides, 2015

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Jeez Thuccydides you’re a cheery chap aren’t you 🙂

Thucydides
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It is not my fault there are only 2 flavors on this planet. Surrender or fight them! There are no other options on this planet. Maybe somewhere in the universe (cosmos) there are planets with more flavors for those intelligent species living there. But on earth it is only 2.

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And, the Iranians knew that they had to get the nuclear deal in the bag before they stepped up their own efforts, which they are now doing. There is nothing the West can do now that the nuclear agreement has been signed–Russia and China will never let a new round of UNSC sactionins take effect.

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Jimmy, i beg to differ, as far as i can see Iran had to wait for the sanctions to be lifted, and as it was in the pipelines they then worked it out with the Russians, my take is that they agreed on Russia providing air cover while the Iranians sent in boots, this was a plan they had from a while ago, Putin and the Iranians are good chess players.

So now we have this where america is refusing to go to Moscow to cooperate on Syria

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=234188&cid=22&fromval=1&frid=22&seccatid=45&s1=1

This just keeps making it worse and worse for america’s image as being anti-ISIS.

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Chevi: The free loaders are suing the German government because they didn’t get their free stuff quickly enough.
https://www.rt.com/news/318709-migrants-lawsuit-berlin-center/.

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Yes AASs, RUAF are the true Master Warriors. And we have no time for anymore Saa tactical ground follies let’s get a ground force that can keep its territory for once! Or the Russian effort will be for naught!

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New Video Showing Iranian Major General Qasem Soleimani (Rumors Say in Latakia, Syria)

ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=StqrDJqZJyg

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Syria’s Tartus where Russian Navy facility is located to be able to receive heavy-lift ships

http://www.interfax.com/newsinf.asp?pg=8&id=625875

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Amazing post-RuAF attack on rats in Idlib, very effective indeed.

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Currently, not even the courage (Superman) drug will be able to help these Saudi-Qatari funded Savages… Nice little story for those who want to know where these inbred 7th century savages are getting there courage. And their courage is not from Allah either! There’s been a lot of news coming out of Syria and the Middle East about a “new amphetamine” that is coming to dominate the war economy. Since most of Syria’s infrastructure and economy has been destroyed by civil war, the major moneymaker has become arms deals and drug sales, but specifically sales of a drug called “Captagon”.… Read more »
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Captagon has side effects.
I have been told by one who was in an elite army regiment and active for several years in combat that they were issued a version that had no side effects or withdrawal cravings.
And this was back in the 70’s!

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You can NOT get courage from a religion or a drug. Stay faithful to Thucydides. “Self-control is the chief element in self-respect, and self-respect is the chief element in courage.” – Thucydides – no delusions in thought. control your own ideas, what is true, a fact, what is speculation, a delusion most likely – self control in aggression – self control in sexuality, so no sex with young girls or boys like those Saudi’s from the Saudi Royal family, or the pedophilia riddled British elite, or like Cameron putting your private parts in a big and smoking joints – no… Read more »
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There you go again, Greek guy–if you have a death wish, leave me out!

Thucydides
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You still think you are important. Dumbass.
You are NOT important. You mean nothing in this world. So do I. My faith is utterly important in a world in which London/Paris bankers kill children in the Ukraine and Syria.
DEATH!!!!!!

https://youtu.be/POdknqszMDY
You will die and everyone around you. Things are now in motion that can not be undone. Thermonuclear war is on the horizon. There will be no dawn for men.

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I’m not important but human life is! For all we know, it may be the only (semi)-intelligent life in the Universe.

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important = unimportant

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Thuc take a Happy pill please hahaha

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

NEWS******************ACHTUNG ISRAEL

Russia Sends Its Only Aircraft Carrier To Syria, Signals It Is Just Getting Started

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-14/russia-sends-aircraft-carrier-syria-marking-ships-sixth-deployment-history

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Northern Fleet rejects reports of sending aircraft carrier to Syria — TASS

http://tass.ru/en/defense/828982

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zerohedge is a wall street operation and not to be trusted. Are you not aware of that?

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Respectfully, what is your source for that statement?

All I know about ZH is that it is owned by a Bulgarian, that it’s contributors are mostly anonymous, some of its regular commenters awesome and moderation doesn’t seem too harsh (and I like it very harsh)

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Eh, its the comments I like harsh – not the modding. Afraid I wrote it the other way around.

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Hi Henrik, My source is my own lying eyes: I have read their stories. Aside from their aspiration to be present when everything falls apart forever, I recall that they hate Venezuela and Brazil. That tells me right away what is on their agenda, I will leave it to you to figure out what that is. Neither you nor I know anything about that website other than by what they print. So now consider the very story here and now, about the Russian aircraft carrier. The story was denied within a few hours by the Northern Fleet quoted in TASS,… Read more »
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The video below shows SAA and NDF in action again in Hasaka, I really thought they have put a hold on the actions after Hasaka city saw a terrible ISIS offensive that took 2-3 months to get over it with the YPG taking control of the ground south of Hasaka city, this video shows SAA an NDF recapturing 15 Towns from ISIS at Mount Abdulaziz, which used to be under YPG after ISIS recent attempt to it. Appreciate anyone with feedback on what’s up at Hasaka, tks

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The conflicts map doesn’t show any YPG presence south of Hasakah, it is all ISIS. I recall reading somewhere that the Russian Air Force was flying out of Qamishli. In the past few days ISIS beheaded three Assyrians and threatens another 280 in the Khabour River region, that must be south of Hasakah. In September ISIS carried out bombings in Hasakah city. I don’t think YPG is south of Hasakah any more.

http://worldconflictsresearch.t83.net/alhasakah/4589609243

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David, actually YPG took positions around Hasaka city, including southern part, but since there is little to none info from that region, things may have changed a bit. It was known that the Syrian Government and YPG got into an agreement after ISIS was defeated there and YPG slowly moved from south of Hasak city. Last weeks attempt by ISIS to storm Mount Abdulaziz was to pull YPG fighters there to divert from the suppose offensive to Raqqa. That may have indeed moved YPG fighters toward that direction. On another note, having SAA and NDF fighting in the Mount Abdulaziz… Read more »
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The latest news I read was that the US wants to change their policy of “vetting” rebels because that failed and now they are giving their support to the groups that actually “fight IS” already. The reports named “the Kurdish YPG” (not specifying which one, and the with them allied Christian militia – numbered a few hundred fighters and a several thousand numbering rebel group. These groups are about to be supplied and armed. The Christian group is likely the Sutoro: http://www.joshualandis.com/blog/christian-militia-political-dynamics-syria/ While the ‘rebel’ is strangely unnamed and could be a collection of NDFs which are according to US… Read more »
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Nob, good thoughts, tks.

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Hi David, the map below refers well to what I was mentioned about YPG around Hasaka city, see the yellow around the large pink dot which is Hasaka city. This map was released today and shared by Almasdarnews. I know map can differ a lot, this one is representing what happened 2 months ago, again, very little info is released from Hasaka Province….

http://minus.com/l6o0WdeZrPHcg

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Hi Canthama, here is one supposedly recent, site called “albawaba” carries image Oct. 5th showing changing battlefields including around Hasakah.

http://www.albawaba.com/loop/updated-gif-shows-winners-syria%E2%80%99s-battlefronts-so-far-750970

“Hasakah: In northern Syria, the Kurdish People’s Protection Units are battling Daesh (ISIS) militants and the YPG have reclaimed parts of the western countryside of Hasakah. The YPG called it a “strategic withdrawal” to leave its headquarters near Mount Abdulaziz, where you can see it looks like Daesh gained ground.”

I can’t vouch for the site, found it on bing.

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David, good find, will check on them to see consistency on the long run. tks

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Canthama and Nobilitatus, Hope I’m not complicating or repeating info, but here is something about the “Syrian Arab Coalition”, which is one member of the “Syrian Democratic Forces” that includes YPG. https://ludwitt.wordpress.com/tag/syrian-arab-coalition/ Syrian Arab Coalition is Pentagon’s name for its airdrop recipient. Spokesman for Thuwar al-Raqqa says they have not heard of the Syrian Arab Coalition, but “We have received large promises surrounding future military aid, and we really did begin to receive equipment.” Other anti-Assad insurgents thought S.A.C. was Burqan al-Furat, or Euphrates Volcano, a joint operations room, but were against any coalition with YPG. On Raqqa, here is… Read more »
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I was suspecting that. So the action is groups that fight for a Jabat al Nusra style Syria are proclaimed to be “democrates” and “Nationalist” with the “FSA” sticker on it, unvetted but armed by US, will fight against IS (which is secretly armed by US allies and US directly “accidentally”). Syria has to fight them later, there is no way to negotiate with Sunni extremists.
By the way, the Christians are not Arabs and the Kurds are not either. They will not conciously join a “Syrian Arab” coalition. I call it a fraud.

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David, I am with Nob on this one, it simply does not make sense based on the past 4.5 yrs. The whole Kurdish thing is very complex, too many layers of historical issues and alliances, and the simplistic way the US or many people (other blogs or at syrper) try to think about it does not necessarily apply to this subject. No one has the answer for the events to come related to the Kurds, honestly, not even the Kurds, they do not get along well among the many factions themselves… Few thoughts though: 1) Kurds, arabs and Turks have… Read more »
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David, Nob and Syrpers, I found this comment (Erzu Aytkhaloy @ErzuAytkhaloy) on twitter that makes a lot of sense, it would be intersting to follow the events, he implies that this SDF group is the first step toward reconciliation….time will tell. “This SDF project is very good luck for the SAA, even Jubhat Akrad joined it apparently – since they have a non-aggression pact with the Syrian gov loyalists, it means rebels being poached by them drop out of the fight vs Gov. It’s going to look like Assad gave in to demands of opposition to end the war even… Read more »
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Iran Unveils Massive Underground Missile Base

IRANIAN VARIANT OF RUSSIAN SKIVAL ROCKET TORPEDO ENTERS MASS PRODUCTION

the Iranians have different types of torpedos. My favorite is the the torpedo that approaches an enemy ship, then in the llast 100 yards, dives down deep and then rises again below the ship hitting it from its bottom. OUCH.

http://wpc.be1e.edgecastcdn.net/00BE1E/news/2015/10/14/alalam_635804307436227144_25f_4x3.mp4

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Why does my computer give me a warning when I go to this link?

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why you asking him, ask your computer.

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I trust my computer, I don’t trust him.

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He just gives a direct link to video. Not a virus. But sam j. haim has a strange custom of not giving links to articles. He should give a link to the article the video is from. What’s the problem with providing a link to the article? There is a general problem with a lot of people discussing things with themselves without referring to known facts or without giving references (links). Like the first post under this article. This should not be a gossiping site. Like a meeting of old women. Info has no value if you don’t provide sources.… Read more »
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Who are you?

Sarah wife of Paul
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take your pills David.

Anonymous
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“Who are you?” ?

Who are YOU?

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Anonymous —

“”Who are you?””

“Who are YOU?”

Who are you?

Sarah wife of Paul —

You made me laugh, thanks!

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maybe your computer is secretly an apoplectic zionist who is scared of his own shadow?

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Linky for Iranian Torpedo Production:

Mass-production of ‘Valfajr’ smart torpedo starts

http://wpc.be1e.edgecastcdn.net/00BE1E/news/2015/10/14/alalam_635804307436227144_25f_4x3.mp4

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DC Watches Helplessly as Putin Bombs the Daylights out of their Pet Terrorists http://investmentwatchblog.com/dc-watches-helplessly-as-putin-bombs-the-daylights-out-of-their-pet-terrorists/ Washington’s Last Hope Have any of you out there ever wondered as to why the US bombing of ISIS in Syria, for the last 13 months, has done little to actually stop or roll back that organization? It’s a serious, problematic question. By the way, if you answered, “Watchman, it’s because ISIS is just too crafty, cunning, and powerful for any state to take down,”congratulations, you’ve officially just lost your privilege to speak. Folks, ISIS is a 2nd-rate, rag-tag bunch of bandits, with zero navy, virtually… Read more »
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Well written and to the point whoever you are.

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ISIS lost most of its ammunition & heavy vehicles in Russian airstrikes – military “[Western countries] say we are bombing false targets. On Sunday US air forces targeted a power station and a transformer in Aleppo. Why did they do it? Whom did they punish? What was the sense? That is unclear,” Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday https://www.rt.com/news/318545-isis-lose-ammunition-russia/ Sukhoi Su-24M and Su-34 bombers, together with Su-25SM ground support aircrafts targeted Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) sites in the provinces of Raqqah, Hama, Idlib, Latakia and Aleppo, according to the ministry. The jets hit command posts, ammunition and armament… Read more »
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Saudi Arabia Threatens to Supply Surface-To-Air-Missiles to Terrorists in Syria: Russia Should Play Checkmate http://moderntokyotimes.com/?p=3692 If Saudi Arabia and other nations like Turkey enable terrorist groups to obtain surface-to-air-missiles then the Russian Federation should act accordingly. For example, the Russian Federation and Iran should focus on supporting the people of Bahrain and the Shia Houthis in Yemen. Likewise, if Turkey, the terrorist conduit, enables these arms to reach terrorist forces then the Kurds should be supplied accordingly. In other words, the Russian Federation should play checkmate because the same regional powers that are destabilizing keep on getting away with supporting… Read more »
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Russia is trying to establish some kind of rule of law in the face of the psychotic Saudi, Turk, Qatar, Israel, US, UK, France . . . and associated lying murdering thieves. It is a dirty job but somebody has to do it.

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Rule of law? The Russians will not leave after peace is restored. They will suck Syria dry of produce and oil for the nest 50 years.. There track record is plain to see. Remember what they did after the second world war.in Poland and elsewhere and remember – a leopard never changes his spots. The United States must step up and assist in some kind of settlement. Only Trump or Christy can do it.i. .

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Alex,

Where have you been lately? Trump SUPPORTS the Russian intervention and they’re sending out a search party for Christie’s last remaining supporters!

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Hi, Soggy Bob. Evil or just ignorant? I am certain there are many Poles who wish they could turn the clock back to Soviet times, those were the best years Poland ever had. They are now in a death spiral to west-sponsored servitude. I will leave it to the Syrians to say what they think about Russia, which has been their friend for a long time. Now between real estate mongrel Donald Duck and Krusty the Klown, Krusty probably would be a better poster boy for the Pigs-R-Us Party. On the Donkeys-R-U side I would go with Elly Mae Clingon… Read more »
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Alex: The Russians have had a naval base at Tartous for 70 years, they get on well with the Syrians, and the US has become nothing but a plague upon the face of the earth.

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More stupid BS from Alexi Sognorcarolinnama. So what track record does Amerikkk have sucking oyl, after the 2nd WW leaving bases and goy bodies all around the woyl and Alexi the protocols ain’t no rule of law. Trump? Christy? Oye Alexi you from Joysey or Bensenhoyst.

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Alex,

again you have shown you true-troll-colours.

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it’ll never happen the first missile fired at a Russian aircraft will create such chaos nobody would want. Just for starters imagine an Emirates or Turkish Airlines shot down and blamed on ISIS. In Afghanistan of 1970s and 80s, things were totally different than today in Syria and Iraq. If the Saudis were going to supply anything like that, they would never ever advertise it,

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I really him, more guts than all an army of highly paid so called experts and journalists.

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Yes, Pepe’s the best. But, in the midst of his other analyses, he’s pointed out something that should be worrying to all Americans, even those adamantly opposed to our nation’s foreign ventures. With the failures of the F-22 and F-35 and the astounding advances in Russian military capabilities, it is possible that we no longer can match up with its advanced fighters, its S-500 missiles, its latest generation of cruise missles, its latest electronic jamming technologies, and a host of other items in its arsenals. We rely on Cold War planes and ships and one has to wonder why, with… Read more »
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FHTEX: ‘If you can run with the big dogs, stay under the porch’. Eventually someone in the DC Snake Pit will realize that these old saws still make clean cuts. Just sayin’ – –

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FHTEX: for ‘can run’, read ‘Can’t run’. Sorry.

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@ FHTEX. True, it should be worrisome to Americans, as you say. But the US has become the evil empire and needs to feel the cold sword of humiliating defeat to come to its senses. The US and Israeli military machines both need to experience a crushing, humiliating defeat in order for their respective war machines to grind to a halt. Maybe that is in the cards; I think for the zionist ghetto state for sure. For the US maybe. It depends on how stupid CENTCOM is. The mad dog zionists are screaming for policies that lead to greater war.… Read more »
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Saudi/Qatari reinforcements are getting ready to depart for Syria, dangerous and battle hardened fat arses.

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Aaaaahhaaa that is some funny shit!
I almost didn’t watch it because I thought you were serious.

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I have to hand it to you. One of the funniest videos I have ever watched. Sound like a MÉNAGE À TROIS between a hyena, a jackel and an ape humping. HAHAHA. LMAO.

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You know it sound like a goat or a donkey being raped by a gang of Saudis and Qataris…

OMG! I laughed so hard I could not breathe. LMAO

God Bless You and thank you for medicine (laughter).

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How far they’ve fallen since Omar Sharif took on the Turks in the movie!

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I surrender please no more.

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Saudi king rejects giving up Hajj management after stampede

Saudi Arabia claims almost 770 people were killed in the incident, but officials at Iran’s Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization say about 4,700 people, including 464 Iranian pilgrims, lost their lives in the tragedy.

http://www.ifreepress.com/5450-saudi-king-rejects-giving-up-hajj-management-after-stampede/

Saudi Haj tragedy: new tally shows at least 1621 killed

http://www.smh.com.au/world/saudi-haj-tragedy-new-tally-shows-at-least-1621-killed-20151014-gk9cq4.html

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What a day, good news keeps comming and comming, rats having tough day all around Syria, smashed everywhere, commanders dead, no place is safe anymore. Such a good time, they’re apparently losing it all over now, just today they got major hits in Jobar, Harasta, lost important base near Sheikh Miskeen … and cherry on the top, they were finally forced from Sirmaniyah. Road to Jisr is now wide open. Seems a bit unexpected to me since i always thought SAA will try and focus on a single front (or at least wide and big one like Latakia + Hama,… Read more »
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SAA has/had plenty of manpower and ordnance in reserve to cover a possible invasion from Turkey [coalition] or Israel.

With the entrance of Russia, that contingency requirementis largely off the table.

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i’m usually not evil, but i would dearly like to see Saudis having some of their own medicine (meaning struggle for power, armed wahhabi lunatics at work, civil war etc). It would ruin their dirty game on Middle East.

What i wonder is, is there any normal opposition at all in Saudi Arabia? I’m afriad if they ever had any, they were most likely killed at those over-active sharia courts …

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Don’t worry, there is a LOT of internal opposition to the Saudi regime!

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Seven days old

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This will make you cry if you truly love Syria.

This is Syria before Obama and his ISIS, ISIL loyalist came to Syria and destroyed it and started killing it people.It is real sad to watch this. If you are sensitive you might shed tears…I can’t believe those Wahhabi extremist RATS destroyed such a beautiful and historical place. Fucken brainwashed savages,,,

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=039_1444857698

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Saudi Arabia = CIA stooges. They said so themselves many times. Do I have to look it up to you? Kissinger told the Saudi’s they faced invasion by the USA army if they kept their oil boycott going. My father used to call them “robbers in a female dress”. The Saudi’s. One day the Cia will kill them all. Exactly like their stooges in Vietnam. https://youtu.be/DeNv_62v6WQ American president admits murder on initiative of the Cia (useful idiots of the London bankers) They = Cia Diem = Cia stooge The Saudi’s will end the same way. Can me 1 year, can… Read more »
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You’re basically right, except in one respect. The 1973 oil boycott and prices hikes were ordered by Kissinger and the Bilderbergers. The American banking system was in a shambles and the dollar was being massively devalued at that time, the first time since Bretton Woods in 1944. The bankers needed a huge infusion of cash and the large oil spike–spelled out in advance in the 1973 Bilderberger meeting–provided a massive flow of petrodollars to the Anglo-American banking system. Even today, the Western cabal is calling the shots, forcing Saudi Arabia against its own best interests to overpump the Ghawar field.… Read more »
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Correct, biggest ripoff in history –except maybe the ‘financial crisis’ from 2007 — They went on to use this system to deliberately create the 3rd World ‘debt crisis’ from the 80s onward: after the 400% price hike on oil they were offered cheap credit to cope. Then they increased interest on the loans so they became impossible to pay and a constant source of income for international/western banks. f.ex Ghana, a debt of 5 billion $ in 1985, paid all they could, sacrificed all development, no investment in education, health care or welfare possible and now owe smth like 25… Read more »
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the video games version..

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Exclusive aerial drone filming war in Syria

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=a97_1444860295

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Syria – ISIS kid in a Training camp

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b9e_1444857659

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And people thought i was calous for saying kill them all and their kids, people just do not get my thinking, i think for the future and as evil as sometimes my posts sound this video is just proof that these little ISIS rug rats will bring terrorism to the whole whole for years. So yes, kill them all that belong to ISIS, kids, women the whole lot.

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Amen to that brother! It is in the DNA to behead someone. Can’t change evil…

Rat Sniffer - where are all the trolls today?
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Rat Sniffer - where are all the trolls today?

Girardus:

We are the Anti-Girardus League of tossers:

We voted you down
We will find you
We shall kill you
We are legion
We are not religious (even though we worship a dead jew-on-a-stick)
We are fuckwits
Bla…bla…bla..bla….blahhhhh!
LOL!

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Yeh, what Sniffer sed…
STUPID JEEHARDYS!
He-he-he!

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Chevi: Agreed. ‘The fruit does not fall far from the tree’, as they say, and there are gene pools that really need to be drained.

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Chevi,
I never understood where these monsters brought all this hatred and savagery towards mankind, i hope you’ll eradicate all those destroyers of civilisation along with their relatives and supporters because they’re just as wicked and dangerous

Wahhabism/takfirism is pure evil

Best luck to the SAA and allies

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i though aloosh was dead!
what’s going on?

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Hot, fresh out the oven news. I just got very interesting little bits of info. IRGC and Qods forces have been instructed that Iraq and Syria are to be treated as one battle front and all planning must be as such and they are to disregard any borders between Syria and Iraq. The directive comes with Iraqi and Syrian blessing. As I reported to you yesterday around 1800 or so freshly trained special forces were deployed to Iraq within the last few days. They’re on the move towards Beiji in sallahedin (spelling) province. From there they’re moving on out to… Read more »
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Hi teevee, for the last few days with being chatting at Syrper at the possibilities of deversions in a war, for instance when we shared a possible front in Aleppo based on heavy RuAF and SAAF bombings in Anadan, Harian etc…then it pops up an offensive in East Ghouta that no one expected and now a clear move in Daraa with SAA taking villages and positions it lost last year. All these small offensives in Lattakia, Al Ghab, Hama and Homs for me are deversions, they have strength and goals but clearly not staffed for a rapid advance. Which tends… Read more »
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100% agreed, again I think pinning down the enemy, specially if you rule the skys, would be the right strategy, but I.m with yoy I can feel it in my bones something big on the way. I guess we just need to sit and wait, man I’d pay anything to sit around the table with the real planners and just listen in.

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You and Chathama have a lot more experience in this stuff but I agree that there is going to be some “shock and awe” very soon! Thanks for your info!

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I think the only logical objective is the Idlib gouvernorate until Aleppo City territory. It is necessary to direct the fighting force against IS. The majority of the Turkish border will be sealed. After that it will be easy to exhaust the IS army.
Wait and see.

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The US is becoming not only irrelevant, but nothing but a darned pest. The sooner Iraqi works up enough spine to kick ’em out, the better off the ME will be.

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Ark,
right you are. Lets hope once they see the results in Sooriya, they’ll grow a spine.

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Three Girardus videos, first a tearjerker alright. The criminals will pay, and Syria will be rebuilt better than before, God willing.

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Great news Ziad. Drink plenty coffee mate — you won’t want to miss the coming glories. However ‘unwell’ the Drone Emperor may be, watching him speak with the Kroll troll made me think he’s crazy like a fox. But, a crazy fox. Obama lives with his Bathhouse blackmail potentials, his death threats and the implacable enmity of the Repubtards. He was in danger of impeachment over the 2013 carpet-bombing post-Ghouta, and he’s under threat now. Obama started this war, but he did it in obedience to the Washington warmongers’ Brookings Institution plan. Clinton will launch wars for the savage pleasure… Read more »
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The Al Ghab has seen a very strange “dance of chairs” lately, it is reported Al AMsoura was lost again to rats, while the SAA has finally taken Fawru and Al Simrmaniyah, the two later villages, if held for few days, will be disruptive for rats on the long run, critical roads cross them that lead reinforcements and resupplies to Salma, rats now would have to trust on M5 longer way from Jisr to Salma…this is very bad for rats, eve more when the skies of Al Ghab/Lattakia are visited by RuAF and SAAF actively now. See map below, it… Read more »
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The fall of Jisr Al-Shoghour may be through the Jabal Al-Akrad rather than the Al Ghaab Plains. Why Salma and Al-Sirmaniyah have taken greater importance in the calculations of the RuAF and SAA. Both avenues would press the enemy but the Jabal Al-Akrad venue seems to be the quickest and less costly in men and material. Just a thought.

Keep trust and faith in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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It doesn’t matter if Aloush is dead or alive. He is of no importance. With or without him the terrorist group still exists and its true masters and commanders are the same (the militaries of USA and the Gang). The leaders of those terrorist organizations are either stooges or they don’t even exist (like Jolani of al Nusra or al-Baghdadi of ISIL). Only fools pay attention to the fake creations of USA and allies’ spy agencies who try to trick enemies with their psy-op mind games. The terrorist groups are real, but their leaders are phantoms and their supposed ideologies… Read more »
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When one of their terrorist groups becomes too notorious, they change the group’s name to something new. And some people get fooled and follow their suit.
Instead of calling them al Nusra or Turkey-supported terror groups, al Masdar calls them opposition or repeats their ridiculous names.

Like these:
Jaysh Al-Islam (Army of Islam)
Jaysh Al-Fateh
Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham and the Free Syrian Army’s “Liwaa Suqour Al-Zabadani” (Al-Zabadani Hawks Brigade)
etc…

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John Cook explained this to the world. http://tapnewswire.com/2014/05/robin-cook-there-is-no-alqaeda/ There is NO Isis. It does not exist. It exists in the media like the A-Team or the Hulk. It is imaginary. What exists are mercenaries (250.000 at the start of the war) lead by Cia/Mossad/Mi6 operatives. Exactly like the French minister explained us. War ORGANIZED many years before it started in Syria. https://youtu.be/Kz-s2AAh06I French minister, war Syria organized many years in advance. “I went into the British Army believing that if you want peace you must prepare for war. I believe now that if you prepare thoroughly and efficiently for war,… Read more »
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Priceless article from Leith Fadel, thumbs up for the Syrian Air Force Intelligence

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/the-syrian-government-spy-within-the-ranks-of-the-free-syrian-army/

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T-90 tanks with Shtora Active Protection System for Syria after all? ————— http://www.foxnews.com/world/2015/10/14/cuban-military-forces-deployed-to-syria-to-operate-russian-tanks-say-sources/ Top Cuban general, key forces in Syria to aid Assad, Russia, sources say Cuban military operatives reportedly have been spotted in Syria, where sources believe they are advising President Bashar al-Assad’s soldiers and MAY BE PREPARING TO MAN RUSSIAN-MADE TANKS to aid Damascus in fighting rebel forces backed by the U.S. Gen. Leopoldo Cintra Frias, head of Cuba’s Armed Forces, recently visited Syria to lead a group of Cuban military personnel joining forces with Russia in their support of Assad, according to information received by the University… Read more »
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[…] Ziad Fadel  […]

Thucydides
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Greetings and best regards to Nutsflipped! He did a great job for Syria early on in this war by showing DEAD FAKE CIA Jihadists every day on LiveLeak. He should continue that campaign under another name/account. Use IP hider and change user agent.

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Thucydides
Once again, love your more ‘lucid’ posts.. (between medication)..
I’m not surprised you feel certain camaraderie with a person called ‘Nutsflipped!’
Madness is NOT the result of uncertainty, but of certainty (Friedrich Nietzshce )
You are undoubtedly mad, but very WISE.
Respect..
Oz

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I tell you a little secret so you understand ONE of my propaganda strategies (campaigns). I already said everything I do can be tracked down to Sun Tzu.

“Confront them with annihilation, and they will then survive; plunge them into a deadly situation, and they will then live. When people fall into danger, they are then able to strive for victory.”

– Sun Tzu

Nutsflipped did a great job for Syria on LiveLeak!

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“Nutsflipped did a great job for Syria on LiveLeak!”

Can’t argue with that Thucydides,Some of the compilation videos were the best I have ever seen absolutely fantastic…

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Check this out;

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Friends at SyPer Help. I am trying to expand my IT skills for posting new and authentic news, including IMAGES. This is not just for my ego, but to bring interesting content to all SyPer readers. Please try to view. Feedback much appreciated. If these links don’t work, let me know: Photos of terrorists who fled from Syria (after Russian strikes upon them) are making trips to Instanbul, Turkey, via MITIGUA AIRPORT, Libya. Also, it is rumored that another 250 Tunisian terrorists belonging to the terrorist organization ‘Daash’, have moved to Libya since the start of Russian operations. ?oh=37b98f540e62bbbbbd9319dd782023e2&oe=56CE217D (*… Read more »
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Link is good Oz, the rats in the picture are ugly as hell, they look like a walking bio-weapon to me.

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Canthama
Tks for valuable feedback.
Regards..Oz

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Zionist/US must now realise that there is a big chance that their paid ‘terrorists’ will turn on the hand that feeds them – When the Zionist/US signed up their ‘mercenaries’ – the ‘mercenaries’ didn’t expect to be fucking killed !

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That is a very good comment.They wont turn on them.They will just turn and walk away which seems to have started…………….

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Jack Oliver
Thanks for post.
Couldn’t help ‘playing around’ with images to respond to your excellent post.
How d’ya like this, from down-under? – “Biting the hand that feeds ya”

https://www.flickr.com/photos/devos/100755121

#seriously, Jack, let me know ASAP if link is not good. I’m still learning with posting images.
Thanks

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Awesome Oz, nice pic, it works fine.

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Muchos gracias campadre!

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HEY ZIAD et al: BREAKING NEWS!! – BUSY TIMES IN HELL’S KITCHEN! – a brief summary of GREAT ratsack events in past 24 hrs: SAA ambushed the terrorist group near al-Samalil village in Southern al-Houleh in the Northern countryside of Homs, killing at least 7 members of the terrorist group, most of them among the most notorious and most wanted terrorists. The group’s leader, AMMAR AL-KHODR, and the notorious Chechen terrorist, ABO ANAS, were identified among the dead. The “Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement” also acknowledged the death of the seven terrorists, and said AMMAR AL-KHODR, who was confirmed dead, was… Read more »
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False — Fars story is from 2 a.m. October 14th, Quaneitra. What are you doing?

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D Day for Homs offensive has arrived, after heavy shelling anf bombing, Syrian ground forces advanced, some early gains in Al Khalidia was liberated (small village NW of Homs city, see wikimap below) and fierce fight on going at Al Ghantoo, should Syrians managed to take this village, won’t be that easy though but with adequate forces and air support this could be done today, they will create a smaller pocket to be cleaned later (south of Talbeesa) and be at the doors of Talbeesa heads on from west, south and east, (see Peto’s map) it could prove a devastating… Read more »
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STRAIGHT TALK – 10 out of TEN for Big Vlad: On Tuesday, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Washington of refusing to cooperate and share intelligence on Syria and said he was willing to send a high-profile delegation led by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev to the United States. Putin, speaking at an investment forum on Tuesday, said “Russia’s delegation could include military officials at the level of deputy chief of the General Staff as well as members of security services. It is time to take this work to a serious, substantial level, if we really want to work effectively,” Putin said.… Read more »
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Sorry all.
Link for this is:
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/us-rejects-to-host-moscow-delegation-for-syria-talks/

Tired! ….Tipsy…..happy
Work tomorrow

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