IRAQ’S AL-MALIKI FIRES SPY ZEBARI AS FOREIGN MINISTER; DAMASCUS CLEARING

 

 

 

IRAQ’S AL-MALIKI FIRES SPY ZEBARI AS FOREIGN MINISTER; DAMASCUS CLEARING 1

BAGHDAD:

In a move totally supported by SyrPer, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri Al-Maliki has sacked the Kurd mole, spy and traitor, Hoshyar Zebari, whose antics have included failing to attend cabinet meetings, misrepresenting Iraq’s formal position on Syria’s battle with terrorists and funneling intelligence to the CIA and to the Barazaani, Zionist-supported junta in so-called “Kurdistan”.  By replacing him with the principled intellectual and physicist, Hussayn Shahrastaani, Al-Maliki will now have an administration committed to building Iraq’s energy and military resources.  However, we warn Mr. Al-Maliki that taking on too many responsibilities can enervate an official and make him ineffective.  (He needs to look at himself, especially, with all the portfolios he personally controls). He must search for a permanent foreign minister so as to allow Dr. Shahrastaani to concentrate on the Ministry of Energy.

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DAMASCUS: 

SYRIAN ARMY STAGGERS THE REMAINING RAT TERRORISTS IN THE RURAL AREAS.

 

Doumaa:  Confirmed 18 dead terrorists from both the Army of Islam and the Jabhat Al-Islam in a firefight.

 

Jisreen:  A warehouse with some ammunition was destroyed yesterday by SAA and these 5 rats were confirmed killed:

  • Faayez Sayyaad
  • Sadreddeen Al-Ahwal
  • Muhammad Mukarram
  • Sa’eed Halbooni
  • Zayn Filaati

 

Jisreen just north of Al-Maleeha: The SAA killed these rabid skunks:

  • Mustafaa Al-Shaater
  • Sayyaah Dirbal
  • Mu’een Al-Deeraani

 

Al-Maleeha/Jisreen Junction and at the Tamico Pharmaceutical Complex:  The SAA has completely surrounded the last cannibals and is tightening the noose quickly.  According to Monzer, the decision to surrender is all that’s left for the criminals – it’s that or guaranteed death.  Otherwise, the SAA is now combing through every building to find huddled rodents and to seize abandoned equipment.  SyrPer predicts the cowards will surrender soon enough.

 

Al-Qaaboon:  OFFICIALLY LIBERATED.  Terrorists have surrendered all positions to the SAA as of 2 days ago. Leith also confirmed this through is sources inside Damascus.  All junctions, checkpoints and sniper positions are now rat-free.  Watch Jawbar’s fall very soon.

Courtesy of Wikimapia:

Courtesy of Wikimapia:

 

‘Irbeen:  A nest of savages was destroyed last night by SAA.  I have no details.

 

Doumaa: At Al-‘Ibb Farms where Zahraan ‘Alloosh is keeping a low profile:

  • Muhammad Tu’ma
  • Ibraaheem Qaaqeesh (a/k/a “Abu Hudhayfa Al-Ansaari”, yawn)

 

Misraaba:  Confirmed 13 vultures killed and 19 wounded and taken prisoner in a classic surround-snuff operation:

  • Ahmad Quwwatli (What a shame this insect bears the name of one of Syria’s greatest patriots)
  • Ahmad Al-Hanoon
  • Rabee’ Maghribi

The rest were not named and Monzer indicates they were foreigners.

 

Al-Ash’ari:  SAA surrounded a pack of rodents and exterminated them:

  • Bashshaar Hayrab
  • Ahmad Daawood
  • Ghassaan Sutayhi
  • Usaamaa Al-Hanafi

Another 2 could not be identified.

 

Syrian troops crush infiltration bids by insurgents

‘Adraa Workers’ Expansion Area:  Undetailed reports of 10 terrorists killed and many wounded.  A pickup with 23mm cannon also destroyed.

 

Daarayyaa:  At the Al-Rahmaan Mosque, skirmishing.  Monzer reports several terrorists killed, all Libyans.

 

Al-Zabadaani:  Fighting with remnant foreign rodents in the West Neighborhood.  No details.

 

Fighting reported here: Ra`s Al-Ma’arra Foothills, ‘Assaal Al-Ward, Khaan Al-Shaykh Farms, Magharr Al-Meer, Al-Tayyiba, ‘Ayn Al-Baydha (near Al-Kiswa), Qaarra, Al-Mushrifa.

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American democracy is shameful
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The days of al-Maliki are numbered. The Americans have taken a dislike to him and have no doubt already lined up a future puppet to take his place.

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Achmed Chewbacca, most likely.

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So, again, the US will try to topple an democratically elected president/prime minister?! pfffffff what a joke…

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This is most likely scenario indeed, but as in the case of Syria, Dr. Assad fought back and it is still there, it will depend how tough is Maliki’s backbone to fight back and chose wisely his allies. No matter what we have to keep in mind Iraq has a lot of resources, yep still in their hands down south, most of their oil production intact and generating huge revenues, Iraq has a large population compared to terrorist supporters KSA, Jordan and the dwarf Qatar, this brings possibility for a future for this country. The Kurds betrayal may unite most… Read more »

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Spot on Canthama as usual. I hope the Arabs can put aside their petty differences and unite against the Zionist project to divide Iraq by empowering the Kurds.

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http://youtu.be/IQ2KzjNtDTc

I’ll admit I started watching it for her looks, but stayed for her commentary. Very wise young woman.

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She’s got a lot to say for long time now from her Aussie perspective. Although Syrian Partisangirl had been quiet for some months during winter. I’m glad she’s back into the discourse as she always has something to contribute.
By the way, it’s her lips that are stunning!

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Netanyahu's Caliphate.
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Ro’i Tov, an Israeli dissident who converted to Christianity, is a truth-telling thorn in the side of the Israeli authorities.

On 2 July 2014, after the bodies of the three Jewish teenagers kidnapped on 12 June were found near the Palestinian city of Hebron in the West Bank he published 3 Boys for the West Bank, an alternative assessment of the tragedy.

http://traitor666.blogspot.co.uk/2014/07/by-way-of-deception-thou-shalt-do-war.html

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Maliki is refusing to stay puppet of the west. He’s now defying them gently… But the price for that is losing part of Iraq to the Kurds who are now considered as traitors. BTW, it’s now obvious that ISIS is being used as a catalyst for the split. After that ISIS is history… I think the next war is Iraq army versus Peshmerga.

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Perhaps that is what the West wants? The West would definitely be on the side of the Kurds in any such war. Also, they will adopt the language of Palestine to blur and confuse the situation and remove the power of the “occupation” language. Israel will start talking about the “Arab occupation of Kurdish lands” and the “Arab oppression of the Kurds” and calling for the world to “Support Kurdish independence and their right to self-determination”. Just like Israel hypocritically became one of the most outspoken supporters of the rebels in Darfur, Sudan. This will remove pressure off of them… Read more »

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The Kurds will wait. Without an air force they’re screwed, especially since Iraq has just taken delivery of all those Sukhoi jets. I don’t think Turkey will allow a no-fly zone over Kurdistan in the face of a potentially sovereign Kurdistan that will no doubt have its eyes on southern Turkey.

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Paul, I agree with you. This was the key reason why the US played with iraq on the delivery of the F16s Iraq bought and paid for, too bad for Iraq that without fighters it became tougher to inflict losses to ISIS, lets see if the Su 25 can make the difference now.
On other side, if NATO supports the Kurds the they can always try a no fly zone, blocking Iraq, no matter what it would be a mess.

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NATO and Israel would serve that role doubtlessly.

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Paul S. I believe you are wrong. Every move that has happened in Iraq has been planned and coordinated. The Kurds have been given a green light to declare independence since the neocons began pushing the idea more than 10 years ago. A weak, divided Iraq and a Zionist and western-friendly Kurdish state right on Iran’s borders. Turkey is all for it. Barzani is a Zionist and sold out his own people to be a Turkish vassal state. The Kurds know their only friends in the region are the Zionist NATO states of Turkey and Israel. The Kurds will sell… Read more »

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How many jets is that, Paul? Iran sent all – – 8? – – of its operational SU25s to Iraq, and Russia has sent 7 so far, that I know of. If you know for sure of more, please let us in on it. Thanks.

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Arklight, the only real confirmation with all have is 5 Su-25 delivered by Russia and assembled in iraq for combat, no details on which type or up grades. Iran returned 7 Su 25 that were Iraqi’s that have flown to Iran 11 yrs ago, these seemed to be up graded versions in Georgia in 2001. Russia will deliver 5 Su 25 until September, again no details. So far 12 Su 25 operational, good for air to ground bombing, going to 18 by 3Q14. Though went public, there is no confirmation of the 88 Su 22 and variants that were Iraqis,… Read more »

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100% right about air superiority. Kurds are planing to export oil, which will be impossible if Iraq air force rule the skies.That is EXACTLY why are they being so polite towards Iraq and Syrian governments. If they take the arms against them they will loose everything they got. Who’s gonna help them?! Turkey will block NATO countries while Russia, China and others will be clearly be against them. The “IS” declares that they will fight the Kurds (as well as Iraq) because they occupy “their” land (and they will surly fight for Kirkuk and it’s oil fields). Iraq should let… Read more »

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Save, I think you’re right. With a Peshmerga commander, 2 CIA agents and an ISIL commander all wrapped up in a single package by the Syrean Special Forces raid on Raqqah, I’d be surprised is Syrian MI didn’t get an entire library of information out of them. Sad thing is that the Peshmerga grunts had no knowledge of any of this, and were fighting like tigers to put down ISIL. Put that together with retired Turkish military being killed along with a nest of rats in Syria, and even some politicians in this country will start to see the fog… Read more »

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Al-Maliki probably doesn’t care if the Kurds go their own way as long as they leave the northern oil fields around Kirkuk. If they don’t, the Persmerga will find themselves decimated by the newly inspired Iraqi Air Force.

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Everything was planned including the incompetent Malki. Consider thesis antithesis. Hegelian minds at work.

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http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=dd2_1405082936

see somewhat grisly link for footage of a savage rat after he booked an appointment to get a wisdom tooth out by the SAA dental academy.

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haha, these fucker will not snackbaring for a long time 🙂

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his new nom de guerre is abu sweet tooth al-tunisi

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LOOOL, could not be a better name….

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War der Sniper im Zivilberuf dentist?

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Somehow the shaving of his beard seems to have gone wrong, oh misfortune, pity-poor rat!

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A great day Ziad, it seems Aleppo and Damascus fronts are collapsing together for the rats, what a day these combined victory will be, God bless the SAA and Syria.

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Maliki is still a stooge. Sticking a chicken up hour ass does not make you a chicken.

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Salutations to Ziad the mentat.
It’s good to see the worms being evicted from those defending against the Zio-NATO menace.
The unfortunate Al-Maliki was undoubtedly selected as a faulty leader, in line with the wishes of Washington, but the relentless hammering of the imperialists often forges men of resistance and tenacity, and sometines a Dr Ernesto Guevara, a Shukri Qatly, or a Hugo Chavez and a Dr Bashar al-Assad.
The anthill of evil that is the Pentagon only throws up bean-counters like Dempsey and cowards like Stavridis. In the long run, the filter favors the Arabs.

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I think that Maliki perhaps was meant to be a stooge, but then at some point grew a pair – which would explain why all of a sudden NATO released the dogs on him as well as mandated every news agency from here to vietnam reports that he is feckless and has fueled shia sunni rifts and iraq needs to be split into 3.

The fact that he stopped being an observant orthodox stooge, or as Ziad has said, shoeshine boy to the West, is in some part why this is happening.

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Dudley, fully concur with your view.

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Open-Borders AIPAC stooge John McCain the stooge for the NWO-ZATO and Soros wants Al Maliki to go. This must mean Al Maliki is trying to do what is right for the Iraqi people.

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You are absolutely right. This is a battle for the control of the world’s oil and gas reserves, which the Iranian-Russian-Chinese axis hugely dominates now that Saudi oil is running out fast. The West knows that ISIS can hold onto any territory in the long run–but the ISIS and Kurdish surges are meant to discredit the pro-Iranian Al-Maliki and lead to his resignation. It doesn’t appear to be happening and the Iraqi army (as well as the Syrian Arab Army) will soon start decimating the ISIS in Anbar and eastern Syria, respectively. Then what will the desperate West do? .

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The desperate west will have a cow.

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lt is fragmenting the area for the benefit of israel, not oil.

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Yah he grew a pair alright, he grew a pair when he told Israel and the US that Iraq will not support any over flight by anyone to attack Syria, he actually said he would attack anyone who attempted to do so, ‘m surprised it is taking Zion/Us so long to try to get rid of him, fortunately Putin trumped Obama again by packing up an airforce and sent it to Iraq in 3 days, way to go Vlad.

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I also agree with Dudley, he was a stooge, but i think after seeing how Assad worked and defended his country he is following suit, he has a long way to go but i think he will get there.