SYRPER REVELATION: THE END OF SAUDI ARABIA! SAUDI COLLUSION WITH ZIONISM OPEN AND OBVIOUS; HIZBOLLAH, SYRIA, RUSSIA PREPARE FOR THE SHOWDOWN

Both in Syria and Lebanon, the thousands of Scud Bs, Cs, and, especially, Ds, are stored underground to prevent detection and, ergo, preventive strikes – almost always by the Zionist Obscenity.  If Hizbollah has over 100,000 missiles in Lebanon, aimed at Occupied Palestine, imagine what the Syria Army has.  After all, it is the Syrian Military Industrial Network which provides HZB with 80% of its missiles – and their guidance systems.  Iran provides the other 20%.

In caves and professionally-dug subterranean storage facilities, these strategic weapon, fully mechanized on their platforms,  are ready to be launched at anyone who invades Syria with a conventional army.  Here are more facts for your consideration:

As we have written, there is no real Saudi Army south of the Iraqi border and southeast of the Jordanian frontier.  There were maneuvers consisting of battalion-strength units made up of mostly retired Egyptian, Moroccan, Sudanese and Pakistani soldiers who were being paid a handsome sum for their participation.  But, as we showed our readers in a translated document forwarded to Prince Muhammad bin Naayif, the heir apparent and Minister of the Interior, by members of Saudi Arabia’s highest echelon officers, the maneuvers were a disaster and the officers openly warned of serious consequences to the kingdom if the government went ahead with its plan to invade Syria.  It is worthy of note that the heir apparent is locked in a battle for survival with the king’s imbecile son, Muhammad bin Salmaan.

“Prince Muhammad bin Salmaan, Saudi Defense Minister and congenital idiot, flashes for the public to the obvious approbation of American dunderhead and Secretary of Defense,  Ashton Carter.

We can go even beyond that.  According to our sources in Damascus, the entire plan to invade Syria is viewed as some kind of running gag.  The logic goes like this:  If the Saudis had such an army capable of fighting a resourceful and experienced army like that of Syria’s, why is Saudi Arabia enmeshed in a catastrophic and endless war in Yemen, the Arab World’s most impecunious nation?  Russian “Sat-Int” also has provided deep insight into the ill-fated Saudi plan to assault Syria’s underbelly.  The Russian position is that the Saudi mercenary army cannot move 5 kilometers into Iraq without being exterminated by Syria’s yet-to-be-deployed SCUDs.  This is not even to mention the use of newly refurbished fighter-bombers under the umbrella of Russian MiG 31B Foxhounds and the Sukhoi-35S, both air supremacy aircraft.  The Saudis have been told by the U.S. not to engage the Yemenis.  They must have also been told not to lock horns with the much more powerful Syrian Army and its allies, Iran and Russia.

Taking a lesson from the effects of a worldwide decline in oil prices; their own imminent bankruptcy; their genetically programmed ineptitude, the Saudis have embarked on a lightning campaign to convince the world of the righteousness of their cause.  A few days ago, the much-maligned, much-sexually-abused foreign minister and “ghulaam”, ‘Aadil Al-Jubayr, flew to the Zionist Abomination to meet with members of the military command, MOSSAD and even, the slimy, unctuous and corpulent Lithuanian rodent, Benjamin Mileikowski (a/k/a “Netanyahu”) to coordinate plans to invade Syria.  This visit comes after a Zionist delegation traveled to Riyaadh to discuss strategy with the apes of that country.  We don’t know what the Zionists have told the meat-headed Saudi barbarians, but, it must have involved either diplomatic finesse or a demand for more money than the Saudis could borrow.  Note also that King Salmaan intends to visit Vladimir Putin in the next few days to discuss how the Russians are going to annihilate the army of clowns he plans to send into Syria.

The Zionist Settler State has much to consider.  For starters, HZB  has the ability to strike deep into Occupied Palestine hitting congested industrial areas.  The Zionist missile defense system, the Iron Dome, is not capable of tracking scores of missiles fired at the same time.  This is the essence of both the SAA’s and HZB’s strategy, to wit:  overwhelm the Zionist air defense system with more objects than the enemy radar can track.  Notice how Hamas, firing volleys of its Qassam missiles, as prehistoric as they are inaccurate, into southern Palestine manage to always reach Zionist territory although some rockets are sacrificed as distractions for the Iron Dome system.  Studies of the Zionist air defense constellation have not been particularly encouraging and the average settler will have to plan many weeks underground as Syrian-made SCUDs and FROGs descend upon their counterfeit state like an unending maelstrom of metal and fire. And as they sit and wait for the bombings to stop, they will have to consider the over 50,000 commandos who are going to simultaneously penetrate Zionist borders to finish up what the missiles couldn’t.

Prince Muhammad bin Naayif, the Heir Apparent and Minister of the Interior, is practically under house arrest by orders of Muhammad bin Salmaan.  His “Ministry of the Interior” has been redefined to include the courtyard to his home.  Many Saudi family members are enraged by his marginalization.

 

Muhammad bin Salmaan, cannot go on with his charade.  His military policies are patently disastrous and reflect the mindset of an individual besotted by alcohol, advanced syphilis and amphetamines – not to mention hysteria and vainglory.  He has been told that there has to be a “coalition” to support the non-existent Saudi military force.  But, this coalition can’t be some rickety Rube Goldberg machine whose moving parts are Somali imbeciles, Pakistani mendicants or Egyptian orchard guards – no! – this coalition has to involve a real army capable of facing the full wrath of Iran, HZB, Syria and Russia.  This is no walk in the park.  It is the end of the Saudi regime.

Dr. Assad has given the order to prepare for a “devastating counterattack against Saudi Arabia using all capabilities”.  This means that Syria will begin utilizing its vast arsenal of ground-to-ground missiles.  That is the “surprise” the Arab media is talking about although they don’t know specifically what the surprise really is.  There are massive underground warehouses, each the size of 5 airplane hangars with thick metal gates opening up on to the Damascus Plain where the warheads of the missiles have Palestinian cities painted on them.  This time, if the Zionists and Saudis make this lethal mistake, missiles named Haifa, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Al-Khaleel, Nubulus, Jineen, Tool-Karm and Gaza will fall from the sky with a type of explosive the Zionist derelicts have never seen.  The Saudis will buckle instantly after the first strike.  The Zionists will have to deal with their failed state as they rancorously bellow out threats of nuclear retaliation.  It is here that Russia will insure no such response as its nuclear submarines are readied to deliver the deterrent which will end the suffering and subjugation of the Palestinian people once and for all.

The Saudis are flummoxed.  They just don’t know what to do about this cease fire.  Their major allies, ISIS and Nusra/Alqaeda, are exempted from the cease fire and are viewed by the Russians and Syrians as fair game.  The Saudis are watching Jaysh Al-Fath, whose capo, Zahraan ‘Alloosh,  was recently rendered into a fine puree, reduced to quivering sheep some of whose eyes are fixated on a possible Amnesty from the government.  The Saudis, clearly unable to understand how they can’t get their way after buying their wish-list for decades from wishy-washy, morally flaccid and whore-like hedonists, are suddenly without friends – the United States having opted for the war against ISIS and avoidance of a new world war whose endgame would be an apocalypse.

Their only allies are Turkey, a nation teetering on the brink of a new internal cataclysm brought on by policies calculated to enrich a few Islamist plutocrats; and the Zionist Ghetto State, whose primary axiom of survival can be summed up with the all-American expression:  “I don’t stick my neck out for nobody”.   With little money to go around these days, the Saudis, whose brains are addled by exposure to constant air conditioning, can find no instrument to effectuate their self-destructive political/military strategy – if there was one to begin with.

No, my friends, there is no huge army on the Iraqi border (my sources say it is about 24,000 total) and there are only 4 Saudi jets flown into Incirlik.  The Yemeni freedom fighters are on the verge of establishing total control over Ma`rib Province with Saudi-backed troops reeling from incessant defeat.  The Saudis have resorted now to a “scorched earth” policy in a country, like Yemen, which was already scorched by years of mismanagement and a population addicted to Qaat.  And, yet, they can’t secure one single victory as evidenced by the silence in the Western media over the entire fiasco.  In the meantime, the Russian Army continues to mass on Armenia’s border with Turkey.  ZAF

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Ibrahim Abdul-Rashid sends this eye-opener about the Saudis and their miscalculations:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1032899416781020&set=gm.1714293685455756&type=3&theater

Don’t Bomb Our Terrorists, for Pete’s sake:

http://www.syrianews.cc/syria-ceasefire-stop-killing-terrorists/

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Canthama
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Ziad, KSA is going downhill and not a single country will hold it from total collapse, they will pay for their crimes finally.

Syrpers, see pics below, very powerful indeed, reconciliation in Ibtaa, Daraa Province, hundreds if not thousands of “terrorists” negotiating with the Government their status back to the Syrian society.

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/704322968445448193

karlof1
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Impressive! They should now be armed with a shovel and sent to rebuild the many shattered towns.

est 338Lapua
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or with a mix of shovel and pickaxes and be sent to dig one tunnel to Riyadh and one to Tel Aviv and one to Amman,and one to Ankara he he.

ziad
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terrorists supported by west,UN and NATO from over 84 different countries with billions poured in for 5 years now and they can not take out Syria and Assad ,,if you want lasting peace all you have to do is keep killing until every last one of these terrorists and so called rebels or opposition groups are all exterminated,,,after that i doubt anyone in there right mind will ever bother to try and take on Syria again since the best plan so far has failed ,,it will be a good example for any more idiots in the future to realise it… Read more »
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The tank protection system was disabled for some reason. That happens when one of the hatches is open. Maybe there was some kind of problem with the tank or some communication issue that meant one of the crew had to open a hatch. There was no secondary explosion so the ammunition in the tank was not hit. The tank gunner was seen evacuating the tank, hands over his ears. He probably suffered severe ear damage from the blast.There is no evidence of substantial pieces of tank flying off in random directions after the explosion. The dead give-away that the tank… Read more »
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yes agreed with all the points and it was clear from the yellowish explosion that this was the tanks own reactive armour that deflected the force of the rocket ,,why would an open hatch automatically shut of the protection system though? in any case the tank took a good hit and came out looking better than before as the only thing the tow accomplished to do what clear off some of the dust on it,,very good equipment,,id like to see T72’s fitted with syrian made active protection in action as well,not that i want enemy fire on our tanks but… Read more »
Stein Bauge
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Incompetent crew, hatch open, not paying attention.
The protection systems are not magical, they must be used correctly and actively.
Shtora anyway does not protect against TOW2, but the rats dont have many of those.

Anyway seems the tank took the hit well, and this was a TOW so a powerful explosion but tank and crew look intact.

The T90 is not the newest, the Russians would clearly prefer to avoid having to put their newest export tanks, way too expensive and would be targeted for capture.

ziad
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why wont it protect against tow2? is that rocket guided differently? perhaps the active sys might not protect but the armour sure will ,,T90 is not that old in fact many new equipments from russia are being sent to syria for showcasing and testing,and T90 had it’s first combat role in syria

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Greece stops ship and arrests crew for carrying weapons from Turkey to Lebanon, illegally. All signs point to the fact that those who support radicals in Syria are now looking to secure their investment and ensure it can be leveraged for new geo-political purposes. Radicals in danger of being wiped out in Syria, will most likely be transferred over to Lebanon. It is the easiest and cheapest option. From Lebanon, they can make incursions into Syria and terrorize as needed, while also destabilizing Lebanon proper, for others to invade. With Egypt having been infested, that only leaves one more country… Read more »
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Hey Ziad: Hope you caught the latest news- Vindication is mine! I always knew it would be 🙂 Truth exists. Patrick Cockburn has outed the YPG = PKK and many of the other truths already told on my blog by myself! Patrick Cockburn: Connects PYD to PKK. “The Kurds are in a stronger position, benefiting as they do from U.S. support, but that support exists only because they provide some 120,000 ground troops which, in co-operation with the U.S.-led coalition air forces, have proved an effective and politically acceptable counter to IS. The Kurds fear that this support will evaporate… Read more »
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Your comments also prove that the Kurds are against the Central governments in Baghdad and Damascus and will continue to weaken them, the state and act against them to promote their interests. Supporting the fall of Mosul and the rise of ISIS to grab land was all part of the KRG’s plan and all the Kurds with military wings act as traitors and invaders

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Did you ever consider that maybe the central governments in Damascus and Baghdad should have had different policies regarding their regions and devolving power? I have talked to Syrians from Homs and Hama who hated the authorities in Damascus, and felt that the entire country was controlled by the business class in Aleppo and the political class in Damascus. Homs and Hama were merely pawns or slaves in the game. Presumably, the Kurds would have the same feeling, or worse. This was not about supporting Turkey or ISIS. It was about hating the power structure. The Sunnis in Iraq seem… Read more »
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Just my thoughts. Post election proposed by Pres. Assad, some restructuring in the Govt machinery is required. This should also help addressing genuine grievances of the people and make it more inclusive.

Stein Bauge
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Many problems in pre-11 Syria, we knew that.

Syrian NOT Arab
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When you raise your own flag, claim territory, call it Western Kurdistan, install a government, invent a false history, take up arms and declare you will fight any force (including the Syrian government) to defend “Western Kurdistan” you are not Syrian, you do not claim to be Syrian and you never had any intention of being Syrian. Do not continue to victimize the Syrian people on their own land and blame them for calling an invader, colonizer or traitor exactly what they are. The YPG fights for their desire to establish Kurdish rule over Syrian land. You ignore a 4… Read more »
Lance
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Your Syria sounds like it will be a black hole of darkness even darker and that lasts even longer than the current disaster. The purity you seek is even crazier than the thinking of Erdoghan. Actually, he comes across as at least having a rational policy at times, and being somewhat hoist on his own petard, being a puppet of NATO and the whole Islamist crap. The kind of things you write have the practical effect of turning off possible supporters. If a Russian read what you wrote, what do you think he would conclude? He would probably conclude that… Read more »
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I am with you 100%,i been telling Ziad and there rest of these western childish readers (most of them) about the dirty kurds who are opportunistic rats and that they will become more of a problem than isis as usa uses them as there next moderates to start a real civil war and divide the country ,they keep making dumb deals with turks and yankis that end up stabbing them in the back and they even been expanding all over syria ,grabbing lands and not allowing the rightful syrian arab owners to go back they even fought against pro gov… Read more »
Berl Jay Hubbell
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You are a racist divider which is not what a true Syrian should be. Your attitude is just like a Zio and serves their divide and conquer interests. Syria needs to have negotiations and reconciliation, not exacerbation of old fears and recriminations.

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The ceasefire agreement explicitly referred to the territorial sanctity of Syria, defusing the AngloZionist attempts to dismmember it. In the most recent daily briefing, the Russian military presenter made reference to a possible future federal solution, in which regional groups would have a large degree of autonomy, but within a unified Syria. That would be for Syria to decide once peace is established and the takfiris have been dealt with.

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This is what I think we all agree and hope for!

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With all due respect, why is that truth or vindication? It is just a piece by Cockburn. So what? It hardly says anything that anybody even slightly paying attention didn’t know. Ocalan may well be more popular amongst Kurds than Erdoghan is with Turks – and, of course, he was a fighter, so he likely to be especially popular in their ranks. If the Western media start to turn on the Kurds, all it means is the Kurds are leaning to Russia, and it is a threat to them. They are supposed to be suckers for the Empire – a… Read more »
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Terrific stuff Ziad.

Houthis making mincemeat of the Saudis on a daily basis.

KSA have a death wish which should be obliged.

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Thanks Ziad for the update and thanks to Canthama & Penny

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Firstly I was furios for the ceasefire agreement: how they did so big mistake? But now I are thinking some different seeing the big amount of ex terrorists downing weapons and surrender to the State. Perhaps some big gains come from that people wishing to retourn in the age of civilization. More good news is that airstrikes don’t stop and the shit-rats are still killed in the strategic frontlines, Aleppo and Latakia-Idlib. No mercy to the fighters but, as said our good King Ferdinando II “one hand open to shake and one hand close to fist” (una mano tesa e… Read more »
koprolit
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Ziad is true silver-tongue:-)
We on this forum discussed it many times and agree: Saudi Arabia is finished.

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Ziad, my apologies if this has been shown before, but with all their serious talk about Iron Dome, Missile shields and missile defence blah blah blah, here are 20ish seconds of humour from the man who can see the funny side of the fake debate, even though he really can have his finger on the button.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ux3oiWELIQ

Regards
Susie

Yonatan
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The best bit is the look on the face of the pompous ‘journalist’ asking the question.

CHEVI789
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I posted this a few weeks ago, but it’s still a great video to look at and make you laugh along with Putin.

Susie
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It did. Sorry I missed it last time round.
Regards
Susie

Berl Jay Hubbell
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I love Putin. He has a great sense of humor. He has chosen a great team to work with with the exception of Medvedev who seems out of the league and is just another politician who should be sacked before his loose mouth causes more trouble.

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The biggest mistake of Saudis was to crash the oil price and thus cut their own throats! I find it absolutely amazing they could be that stupid, akin to Hitler’s generalship!

I think Iran is best fitted to be the protector of the two mosques; but would Iranians want that job?

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Oil crashed due to terrible oversupply and insanely artificial price. It is not crash by the way but going back to reality. True value is 10$ per barrel and we will see it soon. Saudis portrayed it as their initiative but they are not capable to influence that process and can only watch with jaw opened.

Berl Jay Hubbell
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I agree, Most of the cost is due to speculations caused by market manipulators.

Roger
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Oil is worth more than that. Oil is a shrinking resource, and is basically the lifeblood of our technological civilization.

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As a traditional Sunni Muslim, I will be happy to see the Saudi heretics collapse. Regarding the Two Mosques, I don’t think Iran will be able to take control of Mecca and Medina, nor will it be able to muster support for such a move by most of the Muslim world which remains Sunni. From my contacts inside “Saudi” Arabia, there is a hidden resistance movement in the Hijaz led by the remnants of the Prophet’s family (Hashemites and other clans) that are waiting to take control of the holy sites. Whatever one thinks of the Jordanian branch, the Hashemites… Read more »
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Thanks for your reply to my trial balloon! After the numerous stampedes and commercialization of the Hadj, I would think such a change would be a topic for discussion within the Ummah but unlikely to be published given Saudi control over the Arabic press. I hope others will chime in with their opinions on that matter.

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Any and all cleansing Mecca from Al Saud / Wahhabi stench and implementing a Restoration in all senses will be welcome from my part. Lets not forget that Iran and Syria are perhaps the only two countries that dindn’t bow to the Ghetto occupation forces, I Think best solution will be a shared change as absolute power corrupts absolutely,
The Zaidi from Yemen advancing on Mecca will be a priceless Irony for the Saudis anda pleasure for all the freedoom fighters on this world

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Rhett, we all read from the same book, good to see a traditional Sunni who is not blood thirsty against other sects, for in the end Rhett if we all fight each other who will be left?.

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Traditional Sunni Islam is very different from the Wahhabi heresy. The four traditional schools of Sunni jurisprudence have always accepted the Shia as fellow Muslims without necessarily endorsing their varying theological views on who the proper Imam of the community should be. Abu Hanifa, founder of the Hanafi school, was very close with the Prophet’s family and counted Imam Muhammad al-Baqir and Imam Jafar al-Sadiq (the fifth and sixth Imams of the Twelver and Ismaili Shia) as personal teachers. Abu Hanifa also supported the rebellion led by Imam Zaid (the founder of the Zaidi Shia of Yemen) against the Umayyads.… Read more »
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Fascinating comment, Rhett. Thanks. I don’t have a clue what you are talking about, but it seems very brainy, so I’ll have to stash it away in my subconscious for later enlightenment. 🙂

Berl Jay Hubbell
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So would the new state be sheared of the name “Saudi” and just become “Arabia”?

Rhett
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I would expect so. The “Saudi” moniker was actually added to the country’s official title on the recommendation of the British, who sponsored Ibn Saud’s terrorist army that created the modern kingdom. I think when the dust settles, there won’t be many living heirs left to this family name. The bigger question is whether Arabia will remain one united country. I think it is feasible that it will break apart into three statelets: (1) the Hijaz region of western Arabia that contains the holy cities of Mecca and Medina coming under the control of the Hashemites and protected by the… Read more »
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Thanks Rhett ..you said it all .

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You forgot the three province of Najran, Asir and Jisran in the south east- highly likely to form a relationship, even join, the Yemen.
There is not much affection for the Sauds in that neck of the woods. They just want to be shot of ‘ em.

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Interesting, thanks for the info.

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the hilarity of the saudi price gouging of the last ten years is that the saudis made their enemies and competitors wealthy.
Now that the price of oil is nearer to actual supply and demand, they where further betrayed by the west by being goaded into attacking yemen.
what clueless tools the saudies are.

Edward
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karlof1, it has been reported that the Saudis cut the price of oil by over production because they wanted to destroy the American shale oil threat. Plus, they wanted to punish Russia’s Syrian policy, and there are probably a few other reasons only known to them, but it appears the Saudis are the type of people that would gladly cut their noses off to spite their own face!!! Insanity knows no logic, just ask the Sultan.

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Thanks for sharing your opinion, Edward. I’ve followed energy matters very closely for over 30 years and have a very good idea about what actually occurred, the motive you advance being one facet.

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Any news on how the work with the powerplant is coming along?

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Eskil, not much available, the last I heard was a visit, early last week, from the Syrian Minister of Energy or equivalent to the Aleppo Thermal Power Plant, the reporters took a lot of pics from inside (electrical parts, equipments etc…), and it showed an overall pristine conditions, the minister was adamant that the plant would be back in service in few weeks, the way I understood his speech and comments was that he gave the impression that by mid March it would be up & running. There is also the gas supply to be sort out, there is a… Read more »
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1. The Saudis are truly clowns of the highest order. a: Some in the Saudi military obviously have thought of carrying out a de facto coup to remove the Salmans (father and son) from power and install another senior prince as “King”. To the outside world it would simply appear as if Salman due to old age retired and his succesor (Ibn Nayef or Prince Ahmed) assumed office, though that’s how the Saudis may present it, it would in effect be a coup and infighting. The semi-senile Salman and his wild and immature son will not be able to do… Read more »
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Turkey needs to be wiped out before it invades Greece to disguise Erdogan’s failures. The Greeks are offering Russia bases which the Yanks and Euro Skanks dont like and plan to look the other way “for two NATO members to solve their own problems.” Be warned, its coming. It may seem senseless but Erdogan wants his neo-Ottoman state at all costs and he sees the Balkans as the original lost territories that initiated the collapse of the Ottoman state. Just as any bigoted muslim, he cant stand Christians and 99% of his religious belief is hating everything about Christians. Greece… Read more »
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Any Turk invasion would automatically involve China as it owns the port of Piraeus and other important infrastructure. Plus, if Turk actually invaded, Greece would invoke Article 5 and possibly destroy NATO from within. Obviously, the Outlaw US Empire wouldn’t like that one bit.

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Don’t count on China.
Because they would NOT intervene.
If there is a war that involves China it had to be in their immediate neighborhood.

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The best way to counter the Erdogan regime is to support the Kurds. I think Putin knows this and this throws a monkey wrench into the Zios plans. Making the Kurdish areas part of a new federalized republic will keep the peace but give a buffer all along the Turkish border with their comrades in Turkey. This will the hopes of Zios to create friction and ethnic hostilities. This is why I believe the anti-Kurds on this site have a Zio agenda of inflaming race hatred. They love it when Syrians are slaughtering one another. This is why the crypto… Read more »
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Berl: Since the Syrian Kurds are Syrian citizens by law, I always thought it was – – um – – counterproductive of Syrian Command to high hat the Kurds at every turn. Going back to the beginning, the Kurds were asked by both government and rats to come in on their respective sides; the response of the Kurds was that they had no wish to fight anyone, and just wanted to be left alone in their homes, settlements and enclaves – – the same stance taken by the Druze, who have not been reviled, castigated and black guarded for it.… Read more »
Syrian NOT Arab
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Ok Arklight. How many imposter IDs do you post under? Then, you wonder why only you experience a Capcha challenge and no one else? Ok Arklight, BP Sltzbck, … and how many other fake identities?

You are in the wrong place to try to get away with your divisive pro-Kurd propaganda. This is SyrPer, we know a RAT when we see one.

Edward
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No wonder Erdogan has an affinity for kikes. They hate Christians too. Their Talmud states: The greatest enemy of a Jew is a Christian, and we must DESTROY them!!! End of direct quote. And some of you posers on this forum don’t understand WHY I hate these viruses so much!!!??? Apparently very few read their Talmud, or are aware of the 66 MILLION Christian Russians murdered by Bolshevik kikes and the 8-10 MILLION Ukrainians starved to death in the Holodomor, the REAL Holocaust!!! And last but not least, we have on display the modern holocaust of MILLIONS of Muslims being… Read more »
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Z- well written piece!!! But this bids to be asked ….

“‘That is the “surprise” the Arab media is talking about although they don’t know specifically what the surprise really is. There are massive underground warehouses, each the size of 5 airplane hangars with thick metal gates opening up on to the Damascus Plain where the warheads of the missiles have Palestinian cities painted on them.””

Is this the “big surprize you allude to” or is the one you speak of different?

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Ziad, thanks for writing what i’ve said before about everything i’ve said, it’s not rocket science to work that one out, now also note that Nasrallah also made a promise to the israeli’s, and that was that in the next war with them HA will be invading their territory, for you see, the iron dome is NOT 99% accurate, in fact it is only about 20-30% accurate. Now the iron dome is also designed not to take our rockets that are predicted not to hit towns thereby saving them the anti-missiles and load up time which is smart, but the… Read more »
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This is another great article.
I hope the enemies of Syria read it and a strong bile forms in their liver,
causing them to strike foolishly and ineffective.
One well placed counterstrike is often all that is needed to end a conflict.
Hurl as many insults to the enemy as needed.
The bullies of the world need to learn a lesson.

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With all due respect to all, Saudi clan have no more cards to play in Syria, nor does Turkey. The cards have been taken out of their hands they have officially been told you’ll do as we say or else. Saudi is reduced to inciting trouble in Lebanon and pressuring UAE and Qatar to take over in Yemen. The Saudi regime is in a very tight spot and not much room to maneuver. I read an article by Leith Fadel today about how Iran has checkmated the Saudi, but the truth of the matter is the Saudis checkmated themselves by… Read more »
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“Note also that King Salmaan intends to visit Vladimir Putin in the next few days to discuss how the Russians are going to annihilate the army of clowns he plans to send into Syria”

I don’t know, Ziad, this army of clowns looks pretty dangerous to me:

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(look at image before you judge this comment 😉 On a more serious note, hopefully KSA, which has no problem killing others, has enough brain cells to AVOID a suicidal move of invading Syria

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By “which has no problem killing others” I meant: “which has no MORAL QUALMS about killing others”….they WILL have problems “killing others” in an invasion, which would be suicide for them…do they have enough common sense to avoid that suicide?

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What does this mean:

” the warheads of the missiles have Palestinian cities painted on them. This time, if the Zionists and Saudis make this lethal mistake, missiles named Haifa, Jaffa, Jerusalem, Al-Khaleel, Nubulus, Jineen, Tool-Karm and Gaza will fall from the sky”

I can understand the logic of threatening to attack KSA/Israel if they attack, but why would Syria threaten that, if those two states attack, that Syria will also massacre Palestinians??

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I think the idea is not that Syria is threatening these Palestinian cities, but is instead marking their names on the missiles as a badge of honor and presenting Syria as the champion of the Palestinian people against their real enemies — ie, “In the name of the holy city of Jerusalem, take that you Saudi scum!”

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Ok..what confused me was that Haifa was listed…unlike the others it is mostly Israeli, in current population…(also “Jerusalem” meaning in most reports in the media, it means he mostly Israeli controlled part) but especially “Haifa” sounds like “we will shoot rockets at Haifa (mostly Israeli citizens) and then I read “Gaza” and I thought “they are threatening to shoot at Gaza, why?” Of course I hope none need to be fired at all…But you see why “Haifa” was a confusing one to include..but Ziad kind of confirmed they are not the names of “cities we shoot at” but instead “cities… Read more »
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I seems like too many on this site sounds like genocidal maniacs calling for nuking of this city or that city. This kind of talk is demented. Maybe it comes from the trauma of observing so many of the horrors of this war. Talking about nukes as if you are tossing baseballs reveals some pretty serious mental problems. I am so glad that Dr. Assad and President Putin are calling the shots.

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Ok. Lo importante es que se este prestoa responder y contener y por supuesto destruir la amenaza, elejedcito de arabia si bien esta provisto de buen armamento, creo que carece de personas que crean en el fake king salman como lider y ofrenden su vida por el, los que lo hacen seguramente son mercenarios al mejor postor. La cupula de hierro no es efectiva y seguramente puede ser desactivada en corto plazo, sin embargo todas las opciones estan disponibles fuerza Siris. Ya Bashar…

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http://southfront.org/russia-defense-report-feb-27-2016-russian-military-advisers-in-syria/

Great video by South Front talking about the behind the scenes efforts of the Russians and how they have brought formerly estranged forces like the SAA and the Kurds together to cooperate by getting them to negotiate. This is the key to reconstruction too .– not the anti-Kurd diatribes and recriminations that tear open old wounds that seem to have a hidden agenda of promoting more civil strife that only benefit the enemies of Syria like Zio-land, Ergodan-lad, and Saudi-land.

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In an interview to Al Jazeera last week, Turkish regime Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu denied that the Turkish regime had any intent to invade Syria. He did, however, admit that the Ankara regime is supporting armed groups in Syria, as part of its fight against terrorism. “How would they be able to defend themselves if there was no Turkish support for the Syrian people? If there’s a real moderate Syrian opposition today, it’s because of Turkish support. If the [Assad] regime isn’t able to control all the territories today, [it’s] because of Turkish and some other countries’ support,” he said.… Read more »
Journalist Eva Bartlett: "I'm Back From Syria. The Media Is Lying To You!"
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Journalist Eva Bartlett: “I’m Back From Syria. The Media Is Lying To You!”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUyJV6YaSWY
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It’s Not A Cease Fire But A Global Arms Build Up

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Situation on 29th february:

http://frontinfo.anna-news.info/?p=4124

1:16 – 1:49

In the freedom fighters´ parts of Aleppo. This is how a democratic Syria should look like.

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Now a bit of fun for our Syrper friends in downunder: Why in hell Australia is building a fence with its Slovenian border ???? LOOOL….I loved the comments section about the Australo-hungarian Empire…..

https://twitter.com/NinaByzantina/status/704362455107923968

This is what happens when the MSM takes its news from Government Intel Agencies, no reading, no digesting, no thinking, just spew it out to tell their brainless public, without editors that think and most likely the presenter that probably repeated….CNN in its best indeed and it continues not to disappoint its viewers with lessons of geopolitics, geography and history….Amazing.

Good night fellows.

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Mark Twain said war was the only way Americans ever learned geography. After Common Core, it looks like not even war will do it now.

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Common Core is developed and implemented by Pearson International, and Pearson, U.S. , a British owned subsidiary. Pearson bought all the textbook companies in the U.S. and then formulated Common Core. We are trying to get rid of Common Core.

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CNN are ignorant for ignorants who watch tv anymore? cmon seriously??

I stopped watching tv when USA invade Iraq in name of false inside job 9/11 , politicans were laughtin straight in my face saying itey did it , they didnt even hide their smiles. Stop watching BS TV let them die !! no money for them.

PS. LONG LIVE SYRIA!!!

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This is what Syria is all about. Rose, from the lion cage to the battlefield, incredible story of a brave Syrian female soldier killing terrorists in Aleppo…”mountains aren’t scare of the wind”. Worth watching it, she is living hero.

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Putin spoils the ‘running out of money’ narrative Posted on March 1, 2016 by Stacy Herbert — No Comments ↓ Stacy Summary: I recall so well last autumn when so many mainstream journalists and their favourite bloggers were so so certain Russia would run out of reserves; they were so certain (this was clearly a line they had been sold) that, to this day, they still maintain that Russia’s international reserves are declining rather than rising. No evidence to the contrary will convince them to give up their sacred belief, but that doesn’t mean you have to be similarly berserk.… Read more »
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The Russian military has also developed a plan called ‘soft force’ to deal with the color-coded revolutions beloved by the likes of Soros and the CIA.

https://z5h64q92x9.net/proxy_u/ru-en.en/https/russian.rt.com/article/151403

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Good.

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Ziad or anyone who understands Arabic. Here is a link to a recent document that I think claims 360,000 foreign fighters are operating or have operated in Syria. http://firil.net/2016/02/20/360-%D8%A3%D9%84%D9%81-%D9%85%D9%82%D8%A7%D8%AA%D9%80%D9%80%D9%84-%D8%A3%D8%AC%D9%86%D8%A8%D9%80%D9%80%D9%8A-%D9%82%D8%A7%D8%AA%D9%84%D9%80%D9%88%D8%A7-%D8%B6%D9%80%D8%AF%D9%91-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AC-4/ It includes a table giving possibly dead and wounded for a number of countries. As it is an image, it cannot be translated by the likes of Yandex or Google. It would be interesting to know what the data says. The number is also massively higher (by an order of magnitude) than figures quoted in the media around the end of 2015. http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinion/2015/12/real-threat-foreign-fighters-syria-151213100618715.html I would imagine the MSM like al Jazeera… Read more »
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This ceasefire sucks.. no new gains for the SAA..

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gains will be made not using weapons but it will take more time but in same moment more area but without dying of the soldiers.

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South Front – International Military Review – Syria, Mar. 1, 2016

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South Front – Russia calls for Turkey- Syria border closure Turkey acts as the main supporters of the militant groups operating in Syria The Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for the closure of the Turkish border with Syria, saying the region is used to smuggle weapons into the Arab country to supply terror groups operating in Syria. On Tuesday, Sergei Lavrov told the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva that some of the smuggled arms are hidden in humanitarian aid cargo. “A very special task is to cut the terrorists’ supply from the outside. For this purpose it… Read more »
Syria's president Assad says army refrains from retaliating to "rebel" ceasefire breaches
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Syria’s president Assad says army refrains from retaliating to “rebel” ceasefire breaches DAMASCUS, March 1 Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has described the currently-holding truce in his country as a glimmer of hope, adding that his troops have refrained from retaliating to the “rebels” breaches. In an interview with German TV released on Tuesday, the president said “we will do our part so that the whole thing works,” adding that “we have refrained ourselves from retaliating in order to give (a) chance for the agreement to survive.” The cessation of hostilities, which has been in place since the weekend, is still… Read more »
South Front - Drones and artillery radars deployed to Hmeimim
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South Front – Drones and artillery radars deployed to Hmeimim Russian MOD announced it has established a ceasefire observation system allowing the situation in the conflict zone to be closely monitored. “In order to strengthen the level of ceasefire monitoring on Syria’s territory, Russian Armed forces created a system which permits comprehensive surveillance of the conflict zones situation. Monitoring assets include drones, satellites, and other technicals. Airspace control is performed by air defense system surveillance radars, including those belonging to the Syrian military, and Russian air support,” the RuMOD press release states. The MOD also described additional monitoring measures. “In… Read more »
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israel homelands security movie
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Execution of Dutch mercenaries by IS not confirmed by Dutch authorities THE HAGUE, March 1 The Dutch government said on Tuesday that it knows about the reports that eight Dutch mercenaries had been executed by the Islamic State (IS) terrorists in the Syrian city of Ma’dan but was not able to confirm yet. The reported killings fit into the image of IS terrorists outlined by the Dutch General Intelligence and Security Service (AIVD) mid-January in its report “Life at ISIS, unravelling the myth”, said Dutch National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (NCTV) Dick Schoof. According to the report, IS terrorists… Read more »
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IRON DOME is FAKE

South Front - More than 1,200 gunmen sign ceasefire deal in Syria
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South Front – More than 1,200 gunmen sign ceasefire deal in Syria “We expect that in the coming days new agreements will be signed as part of the national reconciliation process” Daraa province governor said that more than 1,200 citizens in southwestern Syria’s Daraa province, who earlier fought against government forces, have signed a ceasefire agreement with authorities and as a result they will be able to return to normal life in near future. “Most people, who come from the local town of Ibta, will be able to return to normal life in the foreseeable future,” the Governor Mohammad Khaled… Read more »
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Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Kikeland had ALL better read Ziad’s article and NOT MESS WITH SYRIA!!! Gen. Martin Dempsey, before he retired, stated that Syria has a ROBUST air defense system. And it is known that they have hundreds of thousands of ground to ground missiles on top of that. Also, Israel got their asses handed to them in the Lebanon War with ALL of the IDF fighting roughly only three THOUSAND Hezbo fighters!!! Imagine the hurt the kikes would be in fighting ALL of Hezbo at one time, not to mention Iran, Syria, Russia, and Lebanon!!! As a side… Read more »
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Hizbullah is Iranian funded and trained so their resistance against the Israelis naturally highlights Iran’s military strength and high-level soldiery.

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You want action–here some -apoligies if anyone posted this—- Over 450 Terrorists Killed in Syrian Army Operations in Aleppo TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL terrorist group has sustained hundreds of casualties in the Syrian government forces’ anti-terrorism operations in the Southeastern part of Aleppo in recent days, Arab media sources disclosed on Tuesday. “Over 450 ISIL terrorists were killed and many more were injured in the Syrian government forces’ liberation operation of the strategic village of al-Hammam South of Khanaser and along the main supply line of government forces from Hama to Aleppo,” al-Nashrah reported. Earlier reports said that the Syrian… Read more »
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