JIHADISTS AMBUSHED IN HAMA!

 

كمين محكم في ريف حماة.. وتدمير أوكار وأسلحة ثقيلة للإرهابيين بريف إدلب

Another masterful operational success for the SAA proves that the terrorists trained by Obama’s rats cannot adapt as a professional force.  The trap was set at Al-Mawrek (var: Mork as in “Mork and Mindy”).

 

Al-Mawrek:  To the east of the town.  I have no details about how the trap was set.  All I know from Wael is that the military is very proud of this ambush and how the SAA built up to it over a period of days by giving the terrorists false information upon which they relied to their eternal detriment.  This group was called the “Liwaa` Fursaan Al-Haqq” (Knights of Justice Brigade, yawn):

  1. Hassan Al-Nawaaf
  2. Maazen Al-Hibr
  3. Dhayfullaah Khayreddeen
  4. Muhammad Razzooq Ismaa’eel
  5. Hassan’Ali Ismaa’eel
  6. Muhammad Al-Shagheer
  7. ‘Abdul-Hakeem Al-Tareeda
  8. ‘Aqeel Saaleh

Another 9 could not be identified and are deemed foreign by their appearance and documents carried in their pockets.

In addition to the carcasses, the SAA seized rocket launchers, automatic rifles and telecommunications equipment of Turkish origin.  All will be used in killing Wahhabis.

 

Courtesy of Wikimapia:

Courtesy of Wikimapia:

 

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Penny highlights the Madness of John Kerry in this nice analysis:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2014/06/john-kerry-arm-syrian-rebels-to-push.html

Penny’s views on SAAF opertions in Iraq:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2014/06/syrian-airstrikes-in-iraq-yes-or-no.html

 

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WILE E. COYOTE MOMENT:

Thanks, Adas:

 

JIHADISTS AMBUSHED IN HAMA! 1

 

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Ron
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Something does not add up with this footage based on the lies being told. The video shows M1 tanks on carriers and it looks like the Iraq Army is well armed. The USSA-ZATO media says the Iraqi Army was in shambles. Endless lies. I hope Putin, Iraq, Syria, Iran, Egypt, China and others tell the Obama’s USSA – enough!

Great work by the Iraqis.

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Video evidence of SU-25’s arriving in Iraq

Part of channel(s): Iraq (current event), Syria (current event)

I hope we will see more footage of this legendary aircraft in action against ISIL/ISIS

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Got this shorter verison from Haaretz with some english subs, not the best source by the subs do help.

http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/1.601852

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Iraq says that the fighters will be ready in 3 days.

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For the CIA trolls saying Alex Jones is a disinformation paid agent…like some so called neutral media, their new report against IRAQ Hit on the spot of what happens in IRAQ.. LOL

ISIS = US private mercenaries terrorist trained in Jordan by them.

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

🙂

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With endless toilet-paper money produced by
tentacles of the koscha ben nostra endless
queues of willing trolls and dis-informants
are payed for sure.
AJ might be the lone voice in the wilderness
proclaiming the very truth with wild ardor but
what can come out will only lead to more chaos.
And whatever the stinking international-hyena-club
did learn to gain since Waterloo-WW!-WWII and with the king(dom)
of terror coming through the air by millennium resulted
from their instigated chaos-strategy.

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The kurds need to be attacked and obliterated from the face of the earth within the towns they are occupying for the oil, it is now evident that they are siding with israel and turki and the saudi pigs, they will attack anyone trying to wrestle it out of their hands, the kurds will in no way be able to setup a part country in turki, so with this mess in Syria and Iraq i would say this will be there “fight” to create their own country, and the west will help along with MSM of their “plight”, watch and… Read more »

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Yeah.. the Kurds are opportunist bastards… They are the reason Terrorist took control in Syria of Raqqa city.. In hopes to create a buffer zone and hold control of their territory. Basically the Kurds have formed an Alliance with ISIS ,to help the creation of a Kurdistan state ,stealing the oil fields not only of Syria but also IRAQ. Is very interesting how ISIS overan so easily 2 cities without fighting in Syria and another in IRAQ.. using similar tactics. and in both cases they had to bypass the Kurdish occupied territories.

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I vote for the Syrian airforce and IRAQUI airforce to drop a barrel bomb on their government building where they receive diplomats .. that are now calling for independence and trying to sell Crude Oil without Syria or IRAQ permission. while at the same time distancing from the ISIS terrorist invasion..claiming that they have nothing to do with them. The Syrian army can pay back the Kurdish by pushing all the alqaeda terrorist to flee from Alepo and pushing them to flee towards the Kurdish region , So they are also invaded by Terrorist they do not like. later they… Read more »

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The Kurds are a distinct ethnic community. They are a nation. They have rights. You can’t blame them if they use the current crisis to advance the cause that is most important to them – independent nationhood.

The Syrian government has displayed more respect for the Kurds than any other government in the region. That will stand to them in the long run.

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I think you need to realize the law, and the land the kurds are inhabiting (Assad allowed them to live there in peace and without any harm) is legally Syrian, therefore the kurds are stealing/looting Syrian oil for which they have not paid for exploration nor the drilling, the kurds will NOT have their “land”, not in this manner.

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The Kurds don’t ‘side’ with anyone, really – – their only interest is the Kurds, no matter what games they play. They’ll undoubtedly do something stupid, like declare their independence and seperation from Iraq, then they’ll be finished.

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Originally published June 28, 2014 at 3:19 PM

Russians target State Dept. spokeswoman for media attack

Psaki, or “psaking,” has become a Russian verb on Twitter, to describe “saying something stupid,” part of the mockery by Russian bloggers aimed at State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki.

By Lesley Clark

http://seattletimes.com/html/nationworld/2023950166_jentargetxml.html

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Syria: Army Restores Security, Stability to Zgharo Village, Mountain

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930408000620

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Interesting Article.. about the Zionist ISIS invasion to IRAQ = The war for control of Oil in IRAQ.
With Kurdish ,Saudi Arabia ,US and Israel being the hidden hands ..behind the Isis invasion for the split of IRAQ in several parts and the major stealing of Oil rich lands in modern history..
Notice how the Kurdish have seen very little to not fight with ISIS.. they are on the same side.. the allowed
ISIS to enter to provoke chaos in IRAQ and split in my parts and take their oil fields..

Jihadism and the Petroleum Industry
http://www.voltairenet.org/article184382.html

make viral..

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Anon: I really hope you are WRONG about the Kurds and ISIS being ‘on the same side.’ As I write, thousands of displaced Christian Iraqi’s are being given refuge in Kurdish enclaves. If you are right about the Kurds, these unfortunates will soon be betrayed and handed over to ISIS. If I am right, we shall see that the Kurds are helping civilization to survive in Iraq just as they have done in Syria…. and you will owe them a personal apology for demonizing them unnecessarily. http://www.onenewsnow.com/ap/world/iraqi-christians-flee-to-kurdistan-region#.U6_QLpzIfIg One direct quote from this article: A Christian official in Irbil, Ano Jawhar… Read more »

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Nope ..not wrong.. the kurdish have for centuries dreamed with a Land .. and the western Powers are aligned with them ,to do it. The terrorist ISIS come to the rescue , They push the Syrian and Iraqui armies away of kurdish occupied territories ,so that they can declare its independence and that 15% of the civilians in IRAQ and SYRIA a minority take near 90%of the Oil of the zone. The Christian are for sure used as Human Shields.. to legitimize their dreamed state , in a way that western media could claim that the Kurdish independence is important… Read more »

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And so i have said on here, sorry to sound inhumane but the Kurds need to be pulvirized and heavily bombarded, they are after the oil hence the reason why they are not attacking ISIS like the NDF etc and have actually attack SAA, they are also now selling oil to israhell and turki, the two biggest terrorist sponsors.

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I would advise everyone to take a look at the map of the old Khazar empire, large parts of Kurdistan was part of this empire so was west Ukraine, see how he dominoes are being put in place to have a new Khazar empire, an empire where Haifa is the main hub, Jerusalem is just a spiritual capital of those Talmudists.

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http://freedomoutpost.com/2014/06/secret-document-reveals-behind-jihadists-isis-recruitment/

Bastard qataris and turks outed as recruiters of isis from libya.

Purportedly shows in black and white what we all knew.

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How and when will the “Battle for Baghdad” take place? http://www.understandingwar.org/backgrounder/isis-battle-plan-baghdad

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Pictures on
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/06/30/369217/isil-militants-claim-formation-of-state/

Check these 2 guys out. They look like Caucasians circa USA with fake beards. The body and features do not look middle eastern. They look like fit and thin Spec Ops guys from Blackwater,Xe, Academi or Spec Ops.

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Obama: Congress Doesn’t Do Anything ‘Except Block Me And Call Me Names’ The Huffington Post | By Igor Bobic Posted: 06/27/2014 12:37 pm EDT Faced with the threat of legal action over his use of executive power, President Barack Obama pointed his finger squarely back at congressional Republicans on Friday, stating that their historic inaction prompted him to go it alone to address the nation’s problems. “They don’t do anything except block me and call me names,” Obama said in a speech on the economy at Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Without citing which specific executive actions he intended to… Read more »

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We need more religious leaders like this guy. He should be Pope. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=GOUhqxj-Hts

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My dad was one of the first American troops who liberated Ravensbruck. Any time somebody said in his hearing that the concentration camps were a fabrication, Dad was ready to rumble, no matter who or where.

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All the wars are for the banksters, gun merchants and evil ones. Obam’s Amerika is just about finished. Your father fought for china because China is foreclosing on the USSA.

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Now that’s a fitting end for those degenerate head chopping rat bastards. Well done.

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Ziad: does the tshirt ship to canada?
I would grab one for the hubby if it does?
Or do you send it?
let me know
thanks

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Hey Ziad, i asked the same question if it will ship to Australia.

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Jabhat Al-Nusra falls in Al-Bu Kamal and ISIS takes over the large town in 24 hour assault. Just wow lol

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Hi Ziad, simply great to see the SAA wrapping up the conflict in the west/south, the feeling I have is that the western and southern Syria is going down hill for the rats, time is running out for them and milestones are met by the SAA day after day, I pray for the northern front to get into the same dynamics soon enough with the SAA getting back some cross borders with Turkey, this certainly could change a lot the weapons trafficking from Turkey to rats and facilitate the victory in Aleppo. Great news and keep on pushing SAA!!!

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This group was called the “Liwaa` Fursaan Al-Haqq” (Knights of Justice Brigade, yawn),

I love these names… No responsible adult would choose such geeks names…

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He could have at least called it something original; like – – Ali Baba and his forty thugs.

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Lind to Press TV story. Those troops look like real line dogs, now. IA, well done! Get some!

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There are local area maps highlighted on M’s theater map, but those are badly out of date, and two of them have a lot of colors with no color key; about the two, it’s no a criticism, just an observation and the rest, gosh, it’s like anything else that’s well done and pleasing to the eye, ya just cain’t get enuff! A hearty thank you to the map makers, whomever they may be other than Leith and Chris..

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For sure, the air atacks in Irak have been done by lthe US forces, but don’t want to accept his involvement in this war. Syria is very busy in his own land!!

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Actually, it WAS/IS Syrian Air Force, everybody have admitted it!

Quote:” During the interview, the prime minister also confirmed that Syria was behind Tuesday’s air strikes that targeted Iraqi rebels, adding that he welcomed the move.

“They carry out their strikes and we carry out ours and the final winners are our two countries,” he said.”

http://rt.com/news/168744-russia-jets-iraq-maliki/

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If Iraq collapses, entire Middle East could be destabilized – Lavrov
If Iraq collapses it could destabilize the entire Middle East and the adjacent regions, with unrest lasting for years, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday. “If Iraq collapses – and considering that Libya has almost collapsed already, and someone apparently wants Syria to share a similar fate – the whole region would simply explode and unrest would become its dominant feature. And it would affect not just the Middle East and Northern Africa, but the adjacent regions as well,” Lavrov said.

Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_28/If-Iraq-collapses-whole-of-Middle-East-could-be-destabilized-Lavrov-6718/

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Lavrov must be part Brit – – he has such a gift for understatement.

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Lavrov: “If Iraq collapses – and considering that Libya has almost collapsed already, and someone apparently wants Syria to share a similar fate – the whole region would simply explode and unrest would become its dominant feature.” Lavrov, as usual, is correct. Those who are deliberately stoking this fire, in their myopic self-interest, seem unaware of the Law of Unintended Consequences. Any belligerent action they take or fund in the highly combustible cauldron of the Middle East, is just as likely to boomerang on them as to damage their perceived enemies. Yet they carry on regardless. Those whom the gods… Read more »

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Well said my friend.

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Turkish citizens arrested in Greek capital on suspicion of ‘terrorism’
Read more: http://voiceofrussia.com/news/2014_06_28/Turkish-citizens-arrested-in-Greek-capital-on-suspicion-of-terrorism-7390/

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Here’s a link to M’s theater map; bare bones and concise, updated daily. I like it.
http://www.fps-predators.com/#/middle-east-conflict/4585140400

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Very nice map, thanks M !

Must admit that at first i thought that fly circling around Saudi rat land was on my side, neary used my towel to end it’s life … made me laugh.

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muahahahahahahahaha LOL

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Thanks for good news, Ziad! I have updated my map page. 🙂

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Hi Ziad and thanks for the link overs much appreciated.

John Kerry is psychotic there are no two ways about it! He has 5oo million to arm rebels in syria to fight jihadis in Iraq- in what world is there any difference between the two?

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Kerry is a real piece of work, all right. Well, there are an awful lot of fingers between DC and Amman, so I’d guess that at least half of the money will vanish with no trace. I don’t know what the NDF and ADF are going to do with American small arms when they’re captured, but I guess Armalite thinks it’s getting left out of the murder machinery market. I never liked the M16. Too delicate.

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I don’t like to be to critical because I am not American and feel out of place doing that,but, Kerry is simply over the top

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Hi Penny, first of all congrats for your blog. Kerry is just one more embarrassing politician from the morally corrupt US Government which clearly lost all moral and ethic ground around the world. I am Brazilian and can testify none down here trust a single word from the US Government, a pity since it used to be the country’s reference in the past. Back to Kerry, his political future, if dependable on Americans, is finished. I honestly can not recall in the past 50 yrs any worst US Government team, what a low point.

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Sure ¨, Kerry is out of his wits – 500b$ to arm sunni Jihadists in Syria – that would take on the same jihadist in Iraq??! what?

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Hi Canthama!

thanks 🙂
I have had the blog for a long time now and always consider it a work in progress and a learn with me as I learn kind of thing
glad you enjoy reading there

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Don’t worry. Kerry will be in Satan’s soup bowl soon enough!

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Soup “seasoned” with Heinz ketchup.

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Penny, understand the U.S. system. U.S. elites steal from the public budget, these amounts for two reasons. 1) Keeping the arms industry (a significant part of the U.S. economy, which he holds in his hand the elite – not retail capital). 2) Finance that the arms industry earns used the election campaign to conquer those same politicians (which is one of the political parties). Therefore, it is possible to support a fight against one entity. Previously, the U.S. propaganda tried to conceal this fact. Today, it disguises. It is not important who wins. Important is the flow of money from… Read more »

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There’s a quick cure for his condition; I would buy the bullet.

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Great! I can’t wait to see this town liberated. It’s a crucial battle, same as Mleha.