BA’ATH PARTY VOTES FOR ASSAD; HOMS SEES TERRORISTS FLEE FOR COVER

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In this huge photo, Ba’ath Party Pan-Arab Command Assistant Secretary General, ‘Abdullah Al-Ahmar,  (Dr. Assad is S.G),  votes in Syria’s first direct presidential elections. 

‘Abdullah Al-Ahmar spoke to reporters after voting and said:  “This is a splendid day for the homeland and the community, for Syrians voted for whom would represent them and whom embodied their aspirations inside the unity of their country so that Syria would be, as it always has been, the starting point of the Arab nation for liberation, progress and the building of a content society for all its sons and daughters.” 

د. العطار: الانتخابات تجسد إرادة صلبة وعزيمة وإيماناً أكبر للسوريين بوطنهم

Dr. Najaah Al-‘Attaar, Syria’s female Vice President, also voted in the election and praised the new political process.

Syrian refugees casting ballots at Jdaidet Yabout point

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HOMS:

Waadi Al-Sukkari: Near Palmyra.  The SAA surrounded a group originating in Iraq and killed 4.  1 was taken prisoner. They belonged to Jund Al-Shaam and were tasked with retrieving a cache of weapons and ammunition.  No other details about their operation:

  • Misbaah Albuhassan
  • Raateb Sa’daawi

The other 2 were foreigners, presumably Iraqis.

Fighting reported in these areas:

Tal Al-Salaasil, Dayr Fool – Talbeesa, Lower Khirbat, Umm Sahreej, West Salaam, Al-Barghoothiyya, Umm Sharshooh, Keeseen, ‘Aqrab, Tal ‘Umri, Waadi Al-Meer, Taldu (weapons and ammunition siezed), Tal Qutri.

Jabbooreen in the East rural area:  More encounters with terrorists mostly interested in plunder.  I have no details about this firefight, but it involved police and militia against smugglers.

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Anonymous
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Al-Qaeda is welcome in Belgium!

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e1d_1401823140

on
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Ship them to Syria for some special treatment by the SAA. 🙂

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I think I have seen mentat the irish goat with them!

dudleydoright911
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Talk about bizzarro world. The felmale syrian vice president is voting and syria is somehow a brutal savage regime..

meanwhile in saudi arabia women can’t even drive or go out in public alone.. Mentat’s pet alpaca even has to wear a niqab

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it must be rigged.(sarcasm) If anyone votes for anyone who doesn’t like the zionist and their agenda, it can’t be a democracy.

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Remember Gaza, they voted, the Hamas succeed and no one wan´t to accept the election later.
Democratie is only accepted if the winner is pro-USA, otherwise everything is OK as long as it is pro-USA (see the Saudi Arabia dictatorship – our media really tell us (in Germany) that the sheiks want to bring “Democratie” to syria).

Raymond Wilson
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I understand mighty Syrians, voted in areas under control by the SAA which are few areas of Syria. If I was Syrian, I would vote for Bashar-Al- Assad who in my opinion is the greatest leader in the world.

Canthama
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Ray, just a correction, the SAA controls 70%+ of Syria and all province capital (large populations) except for Al Raqqa which is quite small in size, so great majority fo Syrians are under the Syrian Government, and voted massively yesterday.

Mark
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When is the war going to be over? It has been 4 years now. I am disappointed in the Syrian Army. The terrorists, according to their videos, don’t look like they are equipped well enough, yet they they somehow can’t be defeated?!

Why is this still taking so long? Back in 2012 I heard people say, that around this time the war would be over. I feel sad for the people in Syria to be represented by such a lousy army.

Canthama
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Mark, no sure how much you know about this conflict, this is a proxy war with all major powers involved either financially, with manpower or supplying heavily all sort of weapons, there are over 100,000 terrorists and traitors fightinging the Syrian people and army, this conflict will not end soon but it is, strategically, in its final stage, the Syrian Arab Army is close to encircle Aleppo thus taking it all, kicking rats out of the last Damascus country side holdings and last but not least, pushing them back on the southern front to the terrorists supporters., Israel and Jordan.… Read more »
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Excellent summary of the situation.

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I must 2nd that. Well put, Canthama.
Another Aussie

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Mark says: “I feel sad for the people in Syria to be represented by such a lousy army.” Successful dissimulation requires a bit more intelligence than this very weak effort. It is painfully obvious that what really makes you sad is the fact that the Syrian Army is still standing after three years and three months (not four years) of being assaulted by well over 100,000 mercenaries financed to the tune of billions of dollars, equipped with vast quantities of weapons, advised, trained and instructed by the top military and intelligence agency personnel from the likes of Saudi Arabia, Qatar,… Read more »
Fadi
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Why don’t you go to Syrian, pick up a rifle, and join the rebels.. I’d love to see a picture of your lifeless body published on our website..

Mentat
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Hello Fadi, top of the morning to you from this fine exit node in, let’s see, now … yes … Shanghai!

Ozsceptic
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Hey Mentat! I heard a rumour you used to work on an oil rig but got sacked for throwing bread to the helicopters! Begorah!

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Mark, the vaunted US military spent over a decade and billions failing to subdue the north vietnamese and then got the bum’s rush. Afghanistan, oh well another decade plus and, oh well nothing to show for it, Iraq? Another failed long road to nowhere.
Why don’t you apply your pseudo analysis to the US military, NATO and other such glorious losers.
SAA – taking too long? Pleeeze enough idiocy.

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Perhaps they should use the playbook that worked so well in iraq and afghanistan.

You have an unlimited budget being spent by the west. This is the western world plus israel plus turkey plus the gulf coast against syria.The only issue in this war was Dr. Assad not taking the gloves off earlier.

Otherwise you can stick to reading your comic books my good man rather than disseminating military strategerie.

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Oh Mark, shall i bring up the Afghan and Iraq wars where the most weapons advanced army (america) still cannot defeat the Taliban? shall i also bring up the “mighty” IDF of israel who could not beat Hezbollah over the years? the CIA know small groups can keep a war going on for years.

Raymond Wilson
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I read that the Americans are supplying the terrorists with superior arms and firepower, but I feel sure that the Syrian Army are doing a good job with what they have. I admire their bravery and courage.

Canthama
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Ray, the US can send the rats even nukes, without brains one can do very little with it. Seriously, no worries here, SAA is trained to handle conventional warfare vs guerrilla warfare, though they have learned immensively in the last 3 yrs on the latter, actually I would dare to say Syria and its allies are in the top ranking now for guerrilla warfare among any global military power…and that scares a lot of Syrian neighbors.

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Mark, you need to bone up on ‘assymetrical’ i.e. guerilla war.
A small force of terrorists cannot hold territory, but can still hide among the people and inflict transitory attacks, as did the Viet Cong in the Tet Offensive in 1968, and the Taliban in Afghanistan for the last 12 years.
That doesn’t make the ‘rats’ an occupier or a legitimate alternative government, as the ZioNATOs would have you believe. It also doesn’t take anything away from the noble Syrian Arab Army’s glory.

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Suddam Hussein insulted the Arab Nationalist party of Baathism, making only Syria a Arab Nationalistic country in Middle east, except from Egypt/Algeria/Libya, which are either pro Nationalism or will soon return to one. I wish Al Assisi, khaifter in Libya, and Bashar in Syria good luck. I would also send my love to the Iraq’s who are once again our closest brother, Syria and Iraq will forever remain the closest brothers.

Canthama
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LOL, rats are really going down pathetically….

“Syrian army troops on Tuesday arrested the commander of a notorious Al-Qaeda group in Syria, Ahrar Al-Sham, as he was trying to escape in women’s dress.”

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930313001304

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on australia’s ABC a terrorist was interviewed and stated that they did nothing during the election because they did not want to hurt civilians. lol. the reason they did nothing is because they were not capable. their lack of activity during the election proves they are impotent and being defeated. this again adds creedence to ziad’s reports. the army is winning and winning well. enjoy your cooper’s ziad. this was a great day for the syrian people.

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As an open hearted Australian to the plight of the Syrian People at the hands of the tail that wagged the dog, ie, Pissrael, It never ceases to amaze me what a pathetic bunch of sycophantic bum lobsters, the tossers at the ABC (Always Broadcast Crap), a government paid for network in Australia that bends over and takes whatever the zionist run government tells them to broadcast. I have to feel ashamed, David.

May the zionist shit hole disappear up NuttyWhoGivesA Milekowski’s Butt.

Another Aussie.

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The CBC here in Canada is our version of your Zionist mouthpiece.
It’s eery how Australia and Canada are so similar to each other.

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Absolutely Another Aussie, I remember around two years ago the ABC’s Emma Albericci interviewing Sergi Lavrov and she was accusing him of all sorts of crimes for the Russian government supporting Dr Al Assad and the Syrian people against the Zionist Jew funded murdering terrorists…it got so ridiculous that Lavrov had enough and wanted to end the interview because of her her retarded accussatons…then she started to suck up so he wouldn’t leave. The ABC here in oz is so fucked up that it is incredible the government is still funding that zionist jew propagnda institution.

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The failed neocon shrew Alberici will never recover from that nasty outburst.
The dignified Sergey Lavrov wondered what poodle was savaging his ankle no doubt.
I sent the shrew a flaming email full of obscenity: such a piece of trash deserves to be trolled until doomsday.

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The Only Remaining Online Copy of Vogue’s Asma al-Assad Profile The internet doesn’t forget a story like this easily, much as Vogue might like to. “Asma al-Assad: A Rose of the Desert” in Vogue Posted by Joshua Landis on Friday, February 25th, 2011 Asma al-Assad: A Rose in the Desert by Joan Juliet Buck | photographed by James Nachtwey Vogue, February 25, 2011 Asma al-Assad is glamorous, young, and very chic—the freshest and most magnetic of first ladies. Her style is not the couture-and-bling dazzle of Middle Eastern power but a deliberate lack of adornment. She’s a rare combination: a… Read more »
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Landis is a half-baked little faggot who probably has Asma’s photo on his bedroom wall.
He was once in fashion in R2P organs like Soros’s HuffPost from which I’m proud to be banned.

Canthama
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Worth checking those maps, interesting point of view.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=da1_1401703963

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Intersting, thanks for those maps Canthama. But it’s wiki maps so not sure how accurate they are, specially about Khan Shaykoon area, I also wonder why there’s no word of Aleppo, i’m sure SAA wants to encircle terrorists there and i think that’s higher on priority list than Kesab front (no gains at all for terrorists) and Rastam enclave, where they can starve them and wear them out slowly. I surely love those quotes about Rastam and Ghouta enclaves from FSA point of view, it’s lost for them there. Only solid ground left for them is southern front (collapsing too),… Read more »
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French PM sounds alarm over 800 made-in-France jihadists France on Tuesday increased its estimate of the number of its nationals embroiled in Syria’s civil war to more than 800 and warned that they pose an unprecedented security threat. http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/world/pm-sounds-alarm-over-800/1135038.html Valls told BFMTV that the numbers of French citizens or residents who have taken part in the fighting in Syria or were planning to do so now exceeds 800, including some 30 who have died in the conflict. “We have never before faced a challenge of this kind,” Valls said. “It is without any doubt the most serious threat we face.… Read more »
Canthama
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Well done the US slave genius Hollande…if one can not bring the war to them, lets bring it home…. a genius strike isn’t it ? The faster the French get rid of this incompetente puppet President the safer France will be. Le Pen’s victory may indeed be handy for the French.

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In other news the American Ambassador to Syria and father of the Alqaeda proxy war resign.

Robert Ford, “resigned from my position because I am no longer able to defend the policy of America”

Fadi
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The US war against humanity in the name of humanitarian intervention..

http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/04-06-2014/127724-us_war-0/

Fadi
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Ozsceptic
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Stupid hospital probably gave him a human blood transfusion!

RVD
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Kill them on the battlefield as well as the ballot box Nothing scares the US Israel more than a moderate secular middle east led by free thinkers
Morons with Guns they are happy with, intelligent people with pens scares/threatens them in equal measure

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Let’s not forget the other presidential election in the Middle East, in Egypt, which has seen Sisi elected in a landslide. Sisi cannot be placed in the same camp as the KSA and other Arab Gulf states. He opposes military intervention in Syria. It is also interesting that the Iranian President, Rouhani, has been invited to Sisi’s inauguration.

Almost all developments, domestic and international, are aligning in Syria’s favour these days.

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Wonderful scenes from around Syria seeing the ‘real’ people of the country queuing up to vote amid the troubles caused by outside agitators. This is yet another step to eventual victory and will be difficult to ignore by the western politicians whom I feel have been genuinely taken aback by the strength of support and the size of the turnout not only from within the country but also from refugees in neighbouring countries for their president. Syrians have been flying into Damascus from all around the world to cast their votes and in the UK even the BBC and other… Read more »
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A shockingly poor result for Dr. Bashar in yesterday’s election, at only 95%. This represents an inexplicable drop of 5% from his previous showing in 2007. Even that smirking Zionist glove-puppet Sisi in Egypt got 97% and he has only killed a mere 10,000 Muslim Brotherhood compatriots so far — a paltry effort compared to Dr. Bashar’s magnificent and still soaring scoreboard. Where’s the justice in this bloody world? Syrians can be so ungrateful to their King. Some of them want to use his head for a waste-paper basket, but he knows how to handle these wretches and the MiGs… Read more »
Canthama
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Yawn…

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yep……..zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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Allah o akbar!! Allah o Akbar. Allah oooooo AAAAAAkbar? Allah o Akbar.

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no! Assad Akhbar!!!

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Hey Mentat! Ref: “It’s the first time I hear Oscar Wilde described as boring. What would you recommend as witty then?” Sorry about the delay for my riposte, but I am not a paid troll so I have short periods of rest and long days of work between posts. I get the impression you don’t share such burdens. I find Juvenal to be witty and refreshingly accurate, especially in his assessment of snots like you, who perceive themselves as ‘above’ the rest of us. Rarus enim ferme sensus communis in illa Fortuna. – Don’t try to spar academically with me… Read more »
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Hmmn, fascinating!

Do you also imagine Juvenal perceived himself as above other Romans then?

And in which field of academia would you prefer not to spar?

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Pax Mentat! Nobody is going to read an old blog post like this, so I can talk freely – In truth, I have great admiration for all things Irish…. James Joyce, Bram Stoker, George Bernard-Shaw, Yeats, Brendan Behan, Vincent Barry, Harry Ferguson, William Congreve, The Dubliners, The Chieftains, Horslips, Spike Milligan and ‘Arkle’, to name but a few. However, that effete homo, Oscar Wilde is not my pint of Guinness. Yes, Juvenal was a member of the elite class, but he had a bit of a chip on his shoulder and mocked the very system that sustained him and in… Read more »
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Academics spar over Syrian election results:

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Syria’s future will mean nothing if it doesn’t increase it’s airforce by a 100 fold anytime soon. With al due respect to SAF but with a proper airforce this conflict could have ended within a couple of months.

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Airforce wouldn’t have prevented a load of country to send a shit-ton of mercenaries. This is clearly a proxy war fought by Nato countries with some Gulf countries vs Russia-Iran-Syria block. A proper aiforce would discourage a “regime change” or a no fly zone (with a proper anti-air missilistic sistem) for the future or the present, indeed but it’s not enough for winning the war. I certainly don’t support those screaming monkeys head-slicers from Nusra/FSA/ISIL/JI and so on but the government did some mistakes. This was clearly a Sunni rebellion due to their economical status. Government needs to spend more… Read more »
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I agree with your analysis, there are some similarities with other guerrilla warfare such as Vietnam, Afganistan and in a lesser proportion with Iraq. High tech and firepower helps but skilled boots on the ground, good plans and population support will win this conflict.

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a proper airforce would have decimated the terrorists within the first months, and would have saved a lot of lifes. There are countless video’s on internet where you can see these terrorists roam freely in convoys. So your analogy about that a proper airforce would not matter is dead and dead wrong!!!!!!

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Have you noticed what happened to Iraq, Libya, Afghanistan ?? that is all due to a proper airforce! whoever denies that Syria is not in need of a proper airforce is delusional.

Frank Reitzenstein
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I haven’t had time to read this page as I am renovating and cleaning.

Check out this summary of what I have been noticing for a while.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/Conflicting-reports-in-Ukraine-fighting/26320986

It looks like the Pro Russians in Ukraine are doing really well but that the Chocolate Zionist reports otherwise to be regurgitated by the Zionist media.

This is good for Syria and even Libya.

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Frank, thanks for sharing it. I found this article quite interesting coming from CNN…..calling separatists and not terrorists, calling conflicting news and most likely Kiev regime sources difficult to confirm etc…a change in tone indeed..not sure for how long. The fact on the ground is that the Novorossiya is gone from Ukraine, hard to think after so much civilian bloodshed, the old eastern Ukraine will ever be back under Kiev’s rule, I just hope Odessa follows after the Kiev’s nazis holocaust there last month and most importantly would be Karkov joining officially Novorossiya, then a new country would be born… Read more »
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US President Barack Obama has met Ukraine’s president-elect Petro Poroshenko in a show of US support as the country battles a pro-Russian uprising that the West blames on Russia. Obama sat down with Poroshenko in Warsaw on Wednesday during a trip designed to assuage security concerns in eastern Europe following Russia’s annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean peninsula in March. The leaders discussed a plan for reducing Ukraine’s energy dependence on Russia, ways of restoring peace in the east of the country and rescuing Ukraine’s collapsing economy, Reuters news agency reported. “The United States is absolutely committed to standing behind the Ukrainian… Read more »
Fadi
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We’ve got an updated map of aleppo coming up ..

Canthama
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Fadi, very well appreciated, if it could be expanded to show Aleppo’s north,south,east and west the better, there are fluid actions all over in the north as we know, but now south is hot and some actions eastwards beyond Suran that was freed two months ago.

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