200 OBAMA TERRORISTS KILLED BY SYRIAN ARMY IN DAMASCUS

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DAMASCUS:

 

The Syrian Army has once again proven that Obama’s plans to continue the terrorism against the Syrian people is without any functioning compass or evident purpose.

Waadi Buhayraan:  The SAA killed 23 of ‘Abdul-Ilaah Al-Basheer’s vermin in a perfectly laid trap using remote detonation devices with marksmen to pick up the rest.

 

 

Kafr Hawar:  (See map)  Another group of completely disoriented, Zionist-trained nincompoops rushed headlong into oblivion last night as SAA infantry opened fire on 75 in various vehicles.  The number dead is in excess of 50 but the assessment is not complete.

 

 

 

Bayt Saaber:  A disaster for the Zionist-trained and Zionist operated traitors.  This one had carcasses lying in rows after the SAAF and SAA rained heavy rockets and artillery on them as they traveled in a very long convoy.  More details to come.

 

Waadi Bal’ah: Trying to infiltrate into the Al-Khalal area, more convoys out of the Golan were trashed by heavy artillery and excellent intelligence.  The number dead is over 50.

 

Heavy fighting in Khaan Al-Shaykh again, Drooshaa, Nestle Street, the 4 Seasons and the Pharmacy Factory.  Great day for killing rats.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Penny reports about the death of Abu ‘Umar Al-Sheeshaani. I share her doubts implicitly:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2014/08/kurdihs-peshmerga-claim-to-have-killed.html

Good article about the eroding support for the Zionist Nazi state:

http://fpif.org/u-s-shift-away-israel/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=u-s-shift-away-israel

U.S. politicians are complicit in war crimes:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/us-leaders-aid-and-abet-israeli-war-crimes-genocide-crimes-against-humanity/5395246?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=us-leaders-aid-and-abet-israeli-war-crimes-genocide-crimes-against-humanity

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CHEVI789
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And more good news, terrorists in Lebanese Arsal who agreed to leave the town and into Syria have also met their vermin fate, http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=164800&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=14&s1=1

May the good times roll.

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That is good news indeed. I could be overstating things but it appears to me that this Arsal campaign was a major miscalculation by the ISIS-Nusra axis. They wanted to turn Arsal into a base for recuperation and re-supply, most likely in preparation for a Spring offensive in Qualamoun.

Arsal is now completely lost to them and that means that the Qualamoun loss is irrevocable. That is a strategic defeat – an entire front lost.

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I agree, it is remarkable how the SAA,NDF and Hizbullah protected Al Qalamoun after the campaign ended, they really sealed it, lets agree it is a incredible tough place to seal, long mountains, valleys etc…a pro job. Hopefully most of the fleeing rats will ne “neutralized” so this front remains peaceful and easy to control.

Shinaydeen
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They all did a brilliant job and the much maligned Lebanese Army also stepped up to the mark and performed with great professionalism and integrity.

I think the political implications may be even more important than this military victory. The entire Lebanese political establishment was forced to stand behind the Lebanese Army. Indirectly, they were forced to support Hezbollah and Syria, much as many of them held their noses while doing so. The West and the UN were also placed in the same position.

Canthama
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You are absolutely right on your comment, a critical moment for Lebanon indeed. I can not say the Lebanese Government has finally taken a stand on this conflict in ME but I can say the Lebanese Army understood the implications what happened in northern Iraq. I would recommend the Lebanese Army to conitnue a crack down presence in Arsal, Hermel and Tripoli, all rat infested cities and regions. This war is far from over and a close watch and control will be key to keep control of the country away from the evil of axis conspiracy.

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Did the Lebanese political establishment finally wake up to the fact that these ISIS rats are a big problem? I would not be suprised if Hezboolah told the army that they better start help solving this problem or Hezbollah will. These ISIS and NUSRA rats are just murderers.

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lets agree it is a incredible tough place to seal, long mountains, valleys etc…a pro job

Shows how advanced SAA,NDF and Hizbullah infantry and special forces tactics. If it was NATO the would have flattened the mountain to a valley, useless posers!

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Chevi: There were, reportedly, thousands of rats in Arsal; LA killed dozens? I’m not impressed, guy. Well, I don’t know that LA has ever been described as a lean and tight killing machine, but maybe they’ve made a start. I hope so.

Shinaydeen
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There were an estimated 3,000 rats in Arsal, comprising ISIS, Nusra (the largest contingent), FSA and other assorted rejects of humanity. The Lebanese Army killed 67 of them, according to one report. That is not especially impressive, I agree. The week before the Arsal offensive began, the SAA killed 200 rats in the Qualamoun area, no doubt this was part of the same operation. And even that number is not especially impressive given the total rat population of Arsal. But numbers mean nothing unless you understand the overall context. The rats lost Arsal. That is huge. It doesn’t matter if… Read more »
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They’ll be back. They left in the first place because LA cut a deal with ’em; after the people in Arsal think about it they will be grateful to ISIS and the motley rats for not fighting it out and wrecking the town. My money says that LA doesn’t have recon patrols out combing the rocks and weeds, nor do thy have foot security patrols in town. It won’t take long for LA to get sloppy, and my guess is that in a couple-three weeks the rats will be back.

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Well, Hezbollah has patrols out combing the rocks and weeds. Al-Monitor reported that Hezbollah had a three-stage operation to comb and cleanse all of the areas, small towns and villages, to the north, south and west of Arsal (the SAA of course patrolling the east). The first two stages of this operation were completed before the barbarians struck back. According to this story, the terrorists realised that they were being surrounded and cut off and this triggered their doomed offensive. The rats will be back, you are right there, but their capacity to do any damage will be greatly diminished.… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Arklight, the report of thousands in Arsal was a lie, maybe a 1 thousand from what i have been informed of last count, but the LAF are not chicken, some are but most aren’t, the LAF get’s it’s orders from the general, like all previous generals that didn’t want to antagonise the terrorists in Lebanon especially in Tripoli, my relatives there gave them a hiding and last count was 17 dead terrorists to 1 dead on our side ( apparently due to clumsiness). But now the stakes are higher, even Harriri the dog has gone back to lebanon after spending… Read more »
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Any military is only as good as its leadership. I’ve no doubt that when well lead the LA would perform very well in combat, as most troops do. Syria originally was infected with garrison mentality in its military but has overcome that to become what is probably the most effective fighting army in the Arab world. The Iraqi army was deliberately trained (in my opinion) as a garrison force in order to set it up for abject defeat when ISIS was turned loose upon it; it was purged of experienced professional leadership, staffed with a command that was incompetent (the… Read more »
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Woow Ziad, large amount of dead rats, the best possible kills indeed. You have been reporting fierce fighting and ambushes in Khan Al Shaykh and around it in the last month or so, almost daily, it let me believe this is the last rat route into east ghouta, since Qalamoun and others are quite sealed at the moment. Can you confirm it ? Another question is are these 200 dead rats for instance Syrian Nationals or most foreigners ? Can you say which large rat organization are they from ? IS or JN?

Canthama
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The lack of info, both ways, SANA and ratnews, are puzzling in this area, either on purpose to hide what is going on the ground or lack of reliable sources around to report fact driven news. Anyway, some news are getting to Wikimapia folks, not sure whether it is reliable though, It seems the fight is on with the SAA folks from Div 17 and Brigade 93, wikimapia shows two spots with fights, Div 17 in Al Ruhayyat and Brigade 93 in Khirbat Fulayfil, while the former seems a larger city and possibly a defensible position the latter does not… Read more »
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Ziad there is a story in russian internet about Syrian army leutinant inventing new arms. Do you have any information ?
Please,Please.Please – i am very interested in technical aspect of war. This story sounds very close to russian character, we have a lot of such stories, for example Kalashnikov – he was a simple soldier before turned inventor.

Gugl Suks
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I bet you saw that on anna-news.com. I know because I saw that article as well.

CHEVI789
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It is true Rus, i read it on another Syrian news, it is a rifle but there are other things that will come to light.

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Milburn, SANA-Syrian, Palestinian, Lebanese and Iraqi communities in Milburn, Australia, held a solidarity stand Friday in support of the Palestinian people’s struggle against the Israeli continued aggression on Gaza Strip.

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Participants in the solidarity stand called on the countries and regimes which support terrorism to stop this support, demanding the international community and Security Council to condemn the Israeli enemy’s crimes against the Palestinian people.

They lighted candles and stood a minute of silence in honor of the souls of martyrs.

The Israeli occupation aggression on Gaza Strip has claimed the lives of 1880 Palestinians and wounded more than 9470 others.

Shinaydeen
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Ziad: “…. the terrorism against the Syrian people is without any functioning compass or evident purpose.” That seems to be increasingly the case, especially in Damascus. Damascus is secure. It doesn’t matter how many mortars the nihilists can fire into civilian districts, how many car bombs they can detonate or how many factories they can blow up. They cannot gain control of the city or anything important within it. There is no purpose to their campaign other than to cause the maximum harm to ordinary people in the hope that this will turn them against the government. That is a… Read more »
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Shinaydeen: As long as they are there, and active, they tie down military assets which could be used elsewhere. I’m sure that they know by now that there is no escape for them, so they’ve apparently decided to make a last stand where they are. I’ve often wondered where the line is between valor and stupidity.

Shinaydeen
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Several thousand militants in Damascus have surrendered under the amnesty programme. I am prepared to accept that most of them took up arms out of a mistaken sense of idealism.

The ones who are still fighting in Damascus are those who have not yet reached that Homer Simpson ‘Doh!’ moment. I think that means they are stupid. Very fucking stupid.

Arklight
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Possibly, or it could be that they cannot qualify under the amnesty program, have no place to go and no way to get there. Those would be the most dangerous; no escape, and nothing to lose.

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Where do these people keep coming from? How do they get into Syria and why can’t they be stopped from entering? Can we get a report from regular people on what the day to day life is like living with the terrible war going on around them? I’ve seen videos of SAA holding fire to allow traffic to pass, it just seems very strange to think people commute through a war zone.

Pray for peace and rebuilding of people’s homes and lives.

Paul
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Money talks. This has been the way for thousands of years. They are paid mercenaries. Soldiers of fortune.

The USA, Turkey, Saudis, UK, Israel, Qatar and others can find more of these rats. Some Swedish sniper was recruited to the Ukraine to kill Russian Ukrainians. I think he finally met his fate. As long as Saudi or other money flows, sadly, they will find more rats. At some point, hopefully it becomes a suicide mission and the recruiting will be much harder.

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Syria has borders with five countries. The United States has only one country on its southern border. Yet this, the most powerful country on earth, cannot stop vast numbers of unarmed people from flooding across its bordes.

And you expect Syria (a country which is not rich) to be able to seal its borders when four of its five neighbours are actively facilitating war against it? Get real.

It is quite astonishing that Syria is still standing.

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The US allows the southern border to be kept open allowing for wages to be driven lower and Mexico not to have a revolt. Can’t a MIG 29 see people or groups of people on the ground and attack them? I’m very curious as to how the average Syrian is getting by in the midst of a confilct. Seeing a video of the SAA holding fire to allow commuters to pass by a target they were attacking made me shiver thinking about the regular guy with a family is paying the bills for a roof, food, education, and future for… Read more »
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Shinaydeen, NjHc: Geo. W. Bush, Felipe Calderon (Mexico) and Steven Harper (Canada) concocted an ‘executive agreement’ called the ‘Security and Prosperity Partnership’, which brought about the ‘North American Union’. This agreement has the effect of lawful treaty, but is not a lawful treaty because the Senate never saw it before hand, never reviewed nor approved it afterward. Since SPP we no longer have borders, we have ‘International Zones’. there’s much more, but you are welcome to do your own research. Most Americans who have actually heard of NAU maintain that it does not exist (but refuse to us their favorite… Read more »
Shinaydeen
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Sorry, I come here to discuss Syria. I am not really interested in anything else at the moment.

CHEVI789
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I can’t say much for the rebel held areas NjHc, but my relatives are on the coast and some inland, they are not in trouble as of lately or in the past and have held off attempts, one is one of the best snipers in the country, but he has not seen many as they are not coming in droves into their areas, only some now and again who have come but are not allowed to leave 😉 if you get my point.

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Ziad i have a direct question and i hope you answer me ;i am very curious to know if Syrai does have armes factories working for the SAA and if the SAA does sustain the current rate of armes being used and not put back.

Canthama
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Ariston, Syria produces all kind of weapons. From munitions, projectils, AK-47s all the way to several highly capable missiles. As far as I know there is no air fighters nor war boats in prudoction in Syria. Having said that Syria is fully capable in servicing its airforce and navy as well. Missile production is quite advanced, servicing army, airforce and Navy.
Keep in mind some weapons are imported from Russia, Iran and some other countries (North Korea and China for instance), these weapons are flowing no stop to Syria. Hope this helps.

CHEVI789
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Correct Canthama.

Bloodlust in Gaza, demonic as all hell.
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Bloodlust in Gaza, demonic as all hell.

Gordon Duff and Mike Harris in a Memorable TV Event

By Gordon Duff with Mike Harris and Press TV, Iran

Veterans Today has been regularly partnering with Press TV to do “rolling coverage” of the attacks on Gaza. A number of VT editors and columnists participate, this time Senior Editor Gordon Duff and Financial Editor Mike Harris.

No mercy for Bibi or Israhell

Honor to the martyrs of the ‘Jerusalem Brigade’
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Honor to the martyrs of the ‘Jerusalem Brigade’

“Honor to the 4 martyrs of the ‘Jerusalem Brigade’,

Palestinians fighting in the ranks of the Syrian Arab Army,

died yesterday near Aleppo, in the district of Neirab, in clashes with terrorist mercenaries.”

http://syrianfreepress.wordpress.com/2014/08/09/honor-to-the-martyrs-of-the-brigade-jerusalem-a-syrian-arab-army-formation-died-near-aleppo/

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I hate to see reports of Palestinian fighters being killed but the deaths of these heroes will go a long way to erase the stain of the Palestinian traitors who took part in the war against Syria.

Syria did more than any other country to support the rights of the Palestinians (and still does). Syrians, of all people, do not deserve to be stabbed in the back.

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Amazingly the Zionazi Arklight is in every post here on this site. Talk about being a no life retard. He’s probably one of those israeli clowns (or maybe just an idiot that supports israel) that cheerleads for the ongoing genocide happening in Gaza.

Good thing is I skip his posts, I just hate israelis and whoever supports them no matter what country you are from.

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Shen K: Take a hike. you’re boring.

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I’m boring because I stated the truth? Haha. Yes I was indeed right about you, you come on here to this very website everyday with your known anti-western terrorist proxies and yet you support israel and I’m sure you also cheerlead the ongoing genocide in Gaza.

What a pathetic cunt you are. You deserve to be beheaded.

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Even though as most are aware, all the tragedy, bloodshed, chaos the Middle East is experiencing is caused solely by israel and it’s lapdog the US. Yet this fool arkshit supports this terrorist state.

CHEVI789
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Go and suck on a fat one ShenK, oh sorry, you probably are as you write your pathetic posts, P.S, i’ll be skipping over most of yours.

Penny
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Hello Ziad- thanks for the link too, it is very much appreciated Glad to read you share my reservations Dead? Doubtful Considering the role al Shashani the Georgian military/nato trained plays- shock troops He has gone elsewhere to do the bidding of the war mongers I suspect he is back to his old stomping grounds. In around Georgia or Ukraine Been swamped at my blog and with life in the real world was watching something today that really got me thinking about the Syrian people and got me all weepy. The bravest people on earth. And I am not being… Read more »
Penny
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Ziad, have you seen the news that Harriri has gone back to Lebanon?
The Saudi/Zionist toadie boy is not a good sigh for Lebanon
I don’t trust him one bit. Even though the Israelis killed his father he still plays the zionist game
Sick, sick man
I straight up do not believe Syria has anything to do with the death of his father!

CHEVI789
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Hi Penny, i read your articles at times and thankyou for the contribution, tried to leave messages there but they don’t register.

I have written a little regarding Hrami (thief in Arabic), Lebanon i can tell you a fair bit about.

Penny
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Hi Chevi

I would love to read what you have written, is there somewhere I can do so?

Don’t know what is up with blogger, I know you have to allow 3rd party cookies
but not to much I can do about that?

I will check back in for your reply, thanks in advance!

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