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Thnx, new front line for me to focus on. No information on what the lines were. So i keep focussed on any news.

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A much welcome map, tks so much, i am bit disapointed that some Kurdish factipn is keeping SAA busy on northern Hasaka city, as if they do not know who the enemy is.

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SAA fighting Kurds? Sad.
How many Kurds from other areas of Syria serving in army? Whats their take of this madness?

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Exactly, today YPG has only taken control of areas that were abandoned by NDF and SAA in the kurdish neighborhoods and checkpoints in a road leading from said areas to Tal Brak, like it should be, NDF in arab areas, YPG in kurdish areas.

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Link to Iraq News article; Congress has passed a resolution barring Obama from sending combat forces to Iraq. This is a resolution, not a bill, and does not have the force of law so Obama could still send combat troops, if Congress voted the funds, which I doubt that they will do. Good news? We’ll see.
http://www.iraqinews.com/baghdad-politics/u-s-congress-prohibits-obama-sending-troops-iraq/

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Here’s the link to an SFP article about CNN faking stories. Those of you who depend so heavily upon Twitter, and other social media, should definitely read this. http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/02/18/cnn-fake-journalism-hala-gorani-cnn-news-anchor-falsifies-photos-and-news-for-feeding-the-humanitarian-war-propaganda/

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A lot of what is going to happen in the Al-Hasakah Governorate will depend on the attitude/strength of the Kurds.

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What does it feel like having your country reduced to rubble and everyone’s lives disrupted? Is there any way to express this?
People had lives, hopes, dreams, plans- and it’s all in shambles. How does the average Syrian move on with daily life and plan for the future?

Thank you.

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I really don’t know how can the Kurds in Syria fight for more than a year without having anyone supplying them weapons and munition. They have to be financed and armed by a foreign player from the Outside of Syria. It is my guess , that the Kurds are in the same side of ISIS.. and that they are trying to exploit the war of Zionist on Syria ,for their benefit , trying to take as much territory of Syria possible so when the war ends they declare they split from Syria and self declare as the sole owners of… Read more »

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Totally true.

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The ISIL Takfiri terrorists operating in Syria have reportedly executed at least 50 government soldiers after capturing them in an ambush. The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the incident occurred in Raqqa Province, northern Syria, during an attack on a military base. The London-based Syrian opposition organization added that most of the soldiers were summarily executed. The Takfiri militants also released images of captured soldiers being beheaded after the battle for the base. It added that more than 35 ISIL terrorists were also killed during the fighting for the base. The Takfiri terrorists and other militant groups fighting… Read more »

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As an American from the USA, I can picture myself watching ( in the future ) the news with a bunch of torn up and bleeding American civilians running out of some embassy somewhere followed by additional scenes of snackbarians celebrating in the deserts of ISISlamistan. Followed by a long speech by terrorist loving Obama about a huge, yet vague plan, to combat terrorism that does nothing but encourage more terrorism.

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Autonomous Sunni and autonomous Kurd areas that reject terrorism like the working local truces in Damascus, favored by Assad, is the permanently solution to destroying terrorism (nusra-isis) in Syria and Iraq.

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@ Arklight Hey Buddy, Don’t get mad at me because you’re frustrated. Syrian Soldiers are fighting very hard but their making costly mistakes I support Syria 100% and Dr. Al Assad. But we need to know what is really happening in Eastern Syria! Because if they have the Assistance of the Syrian and Iraqi Air forces combined and Material Support from Russia and Iran, this should not be happening. Further more Syria should be supporting the Palestinian resistance! By Covert action While Israel is weakening and being Infiltrated, Syria should be shipping Hamas some guided missile systems, so that Hamas… Read more »

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YPG is anti-government, anti-Nusra and anti-IS(IS). They want to establish their own country: Rojava and have clashed several times with the NDF in the last year. Don’t get me wrong: they have no intention to march towards Damascus and they will certainly not help the insurgents and Nusrats in their quest for war and bloodshed. They are opportunists, but are able to fight bravely when it comes to fighting terrorism = IS(IS.

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Canthama, I saw on Saker that the Novorossiya defense forces are requesting donations of winter clothing. Poor ISIS – – my heart will pump purple piss for them come winter.

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Gas field in homs cleaned of rats – anna news.
http://anna-news.info/node/18938

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Ziad has something to explain. SANA just confirmed the recapture of the gas field. On another note, who can tell me the current situation of Artillery Regiment 121, south of al-Hasakah?

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Syrian government troops have recaptured the Shaar gas field in Homs province from the Islamic State, a week after the the group seized it, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.

“Since this morning, there has been fighting around the Al-Shaar field between regime forces and the IS. The army has succeeded in ejecting the jihadists, and it now controls the site and surrounding hills,” Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.

http://live.aljazeera.com/Event/Syria_Live_Blog/122634462

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I came across this piece at The Saker, I found appropriate to share with Syrper community when many Syrians and Syrians supporters are stressed out with conflicting news, so where you see Novorussia you can change for Syria. My friends, despair not, we may not believe in God or the same God, but we certainly believe in the rightfulness of the Syrians to defend their country against the evil that are upon them, so trust the forces of Good involved, they, we will prevail at the end, have patience and keep up the strong support for the Syrians. Enjoy it.… Read more »