ALEPPO: SYRIAN ARMY ADVANCE INEVITABLE; SUICIDE BOMBER BLOWS UP IN DZ

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Aleppo is beginning to look more and more like Homs.  We are seeing a complete encirclement finally as the SAA has now occupied critical junctions and roadways in Al-Layramoon giving it artillery control over traffic that normally brought reinforcements and resupply to the terrorist criminals.  Watch how the place names of the battles is noticeably changing as the SAA continues to force relocations, more so now to the Turk border.

 

Al-Shuqayf:  SAA cleared out a pack of rats.  I have no details.

Tallaaleen:  A village that is infested with rodents belonging to the Nusra group.  It is being cleaned out now.  Intercepted communications indicate the rat hierarchy is interested in vacating this area before the SAA’s anticipated big push.

Sawraan:    No details about SAA and NDF action here.  Yesterday, it is reported the SAA surrounded a small group of rats and killed 2 of them.  Both were foreigners.

Al-Zurba:  No relation to the Greek musical.  6 hyenas killed here yesterday.

  • Daawood Fathullaah
  • ‘Abdul-Samad Al-Raa’iy
  • Ameen Jawaad
  • The other 3 were not identified.

 

Daabiq:  SAA relentless here as more and more citizens are cooperating and demanding freedom from rats.  Town is surrounded.

Turkmaan Baarih:  See map for location.  This town is pro-rat for the most part.  But the rodents are packing up and leaving.  Expect the SAA to enter in the next few days.

Al-Haajj Bridge:  Skirmishing with rats trying to rig a car with an IED.  No details.

 

‘Abla:  SAA killed these yesterday:

  • Mu’aadh Al-Hassan
  • ‘Abdul-Lateef Ghabaara
  • Ma`moon Al-Tarraaz
  • Muhammad Al-Noori

Arshaaf:  Fighting been going on here for at least 6 days.  We are seeing airpower deployed with bombers running sorties at Al-Raqqa and returning to help here.

Taadef:  Another area with intense fighting.  I have no details.

Qastal Haraamiy:  (Thief’s waterpipe).  This out-of-the-way location is now very much in-the-way as the SAA and SAAF continue to smash rat positions.

Khaan Al-‘Asal: Confirmed.  5 Toyota pickup trucks, 3 of which were armed with 23mm cannons were destroyed and 19 rats killed in the process:

  • Qurashi ‘Ali ‘Abdul-Naasser (BANGLADESHI FREAK OF NATURE)
  • Ihsaan Faakhoori
  • Nizaar Muhammad
  • Hammood Ibraaheem
  • The rest were not named and are certainly foreign.

Fighting reported in these areas: Al-Husaamiyya, Al-‘Uwayja, Al-Manaasher, Khaan Toomaan, Old City, Al-Mallaah Properties, Al-Haydariyya, Manbij

Handaraat Camp:  Very intense battle going on with the SAA deploying large amounts of artillery to break the rat fortifications.  There may be a breakthrough sometime soon.

Anadaan:  The key to the control of city of Aleppo.  Yesterday, a pack of rodents in a pickup with 23mm cannons were atomized:

  • Wadhdhaah Faaris
  • The other 4 were not named.

DAYR EL-ZOR:

Ayyaash Town:  Near Al-Hujayf:  At the Broadcast Station.  An ISIS degenerate was seen suspiciously approaching SAA troops who were armed with RPGs.  He road a van loaded with TNT and C-4.  He received a RPG rocket at the center and self-detonated.  This occurred on August 15, 2014.

Fighting reported in these areas:  Al-Sinaa’ah Quarter, Al-Rushdiyya Quarter, Al-Huwayqa Quarter, all in DZ City.  Al-Jubayla, Al-‘Urfi Quarter near the Al-Siyaasiyya Bridge, Huwayjaat Kaati’.     

HAMA

 

‘Aqrab Road:  3 IEDs dismantled.

 

QUNAYTRA:

 

تدمير 5 سيارات مزودة برشاشات ثقيلة بمن فيها من الإرهابيين في خان العسل بحلب

Al-Hijja:  A pickup with 23mm cannon destroyed.

‘Ayn Al-Darb:  In the direction of Kammoona Village, ‘Abdul-Ilaah Al-Basheer’s vermin were wiped out to the tune of 11 rats.  No names as the area is too dangerous to assess.

Hareema Village:  A nest of rodents affiliated with the Zionist Settler State were eradicated.

‘Ayn Al-Baydhaa:  An attempted infiltration by Zionist terrorists into Al-Amal Farms was disrupted by SAA.  No details.

HOMS:

 

Old Al-Wa’er:  An attempted penetration into Al-Wa’er Orchards was repelled by NDF.  A reported 3 rats now are being absorbed as fertilizer.

Al-Wa’er: At Blocks 5 and 6.  SAA and security killed an undisclosed number of criminals.

Al-Ghajar area in the direction of Jabbooreen/Umm Sharshooh.  Some skirmishing.

South and North ‘Ayn Al-Hussayn:  Attempted redeployments of rats to ‘Ayn Al-Danaaneer was a total flop.  Rats are trying to reinforce in Talbeesa before the late summer assault expected by the SAA.

Al-Ghouta (Homs): At the Al-Muhandiseen (Engineers’) Road.  Skirmishing.

Al-Barghootiyya:  24 terrorists belonging to Nusra were sent to Hell today.  No other details are readily available.

Fighting in these areas:  North Umm Al-Reesh, Al-Wudhayhi, Between ‘Unq Al-Hawaa and Ruhoom, ‘Aqrab, Al-Hoolaa near the Municipal Center.


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Danny The WP Guy
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A system reset was needed so some comments disappeared, Apologize for the inconvenience!

Arklight
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Erdal: Newer is not always better. The Syrians have learned how to fight their weapons superbly. New weapons require training, and in the case of rotary wing aircraft (helicopters) it takes about a year to train a new aviator to full proficiency, then add the time required for specialist training in the new weapons systems and electronics; a brand new Mi 35 helicopter could conceivably wait in storage for a year and a half or two years before it flies its first combat mission. Syria may well have purchased more modern weapons of which we’ve not yet been apprised, with… Read more »
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Thanks for the extra details, these have super value for us. Whenever you get news pls share the fierce battles around Tabqa base.

Joene
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Some good details on twitter. It appeared the surroundings of the base has been rigged with the mines Hezbollah and SAA used at the otoibah ambush (Ghouta, remember that one?). While rats packed together at the southern perimiter in order to try to break thorugh, the SAA detonated the mines killing a huge amount of ISIS freaks.

The defence goes quite well. Dont listen to all the IS propaganda on twitter (well sometimes, it can be quite hilarious)

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I am following closely the events in Tabqa, it has been so far quite incredible defense from the SAA, they were waiting for ISIL and the rats fell into a trap indeed, SAA, Militias and NDF are pouring to that base and surroundings, the battle is fierce but so far rats are dying by the hundreds, several rat leaders lost their lives as well, counted 3 high ranking ones, not sure whether they committed all their Raqqa resources there. SAA bombed today their hospital in Tabqa city, no details in the amount of casualties, this attack clearly indicates Isil to… Read more »
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Al Qadam liberated at last?

al Jarban
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Yeah, you should see the twitter filth under search term “tabqa”. Those Islamistake freaks have won Tabqa base about 5 times over on twitter, and executed everyone in it. Smoke the living snot out of them SAA!!!

Pardon my juvenile side, but they remind me of the Borg and are so predictable- “Resistance is futile. You will be assimilated.”

Definitely need close updates on this. We wanna hear about all the ISIS freaks that get smoked here.

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Western journalists were so delighted and impressed 3 years ago with so called fsa-rats rebels turned out to be head choppers. Hopefully more of these news-bitches will be executed as they are guilty of warmongering and supporting worst kind of neanderthal subhuman species.

Just a thought FAKE AS FRUIT LOOPS?
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Just a thought FAKE AS FRUIT LOOPS?
Does this come off as fake to anyone? It seemed weird that Foley wasn’t the least bit worried about the fact that he was going to be brutally murdered after his statement. The beheading portion is weird as well- fades out as soon as he starts sawing away then cuts to a photo of Foley already beheaded. British police say watching the video is an act of terrorism and you want to know why? Because it is FAKE AS FRUIT LOOPS. Bottom line, THERE IS NO BEHEADING VIDEO and that is exactly why, in Britain, trying to watch the video… Read more »
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Exposed! ISIS Beheading Discrepancies -illuminati Trauma Base Mind Control for Public Consumption Remember the CIA and the Illuminati developed the “formula for trauma based mind control.” The news reports by the main stream CFR etc media are for the purpose of traumatizing the American public into becoming slaves of the Sabbatean Jesuit illuminati families that have funded the long history of mind control. ISIS a created opposing force, which is placed in conflict. Out of conflict the Illuminati make profit through endless wars and gain more political power. Political power to start wars and manipulate people is the power to… Read more »
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James Foley ‘beheading’:UK’s Cameron in emergency meetings

dudleydoright911
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Piltdown man? Brilliant. Lol

CHEVI789
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You have a point, and whats worse is they blamed the Syrian government saying they had him locked up.

Froot Loops vs. Real Fruit: Nick Berg Died ?
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Froot Loops vs. Real Fruit: Nick Berg Died ?

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,yes Chevy,seems a lot different too the Nick Berg execution the only similarity between the two is the Orange jumpsuit.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Berg

CHEVI789
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And btw, where did he get the orange jumpsuit, ain’t that an american standard issue for terrorists/criminals?.

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imbedded and beheaded, but is he deaded?…. knifeblade in video is facing outwards, he could have been killed after the video

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ziad, what do you think of america closing syrian airspace to american aircraft. could this be a precursor to a bombing campaign?

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David, I do not speak for Ziad. We know that with the UNSC resolution, US has permission to commit aerial homocide anywhere in Syria in which ISIS is operating – – so far as I know, the Americans can just kill anything that moves and destroy anything that doesn’t, with the claim that they were striking ‘suspected’ terrorists. That’s been the MO for years in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Libya, anyway. For all of the thousands of noncombatants murdered, I have no reason to believe that a single terrorist was eliminated by American air strikes outside the actual battle zone. My… Read more »
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you may be right. another disaster approaching.maybe on a global scale. the yanks are the new nazis

david
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it will be a sad thing if the syrian army on the verge of victory is destroyed by american bombing and the rats make a startling comeback. it would be a tragedy for the syrian people. though i dare say the syrian military know exactly what is going on and may have prepared accordingly. the beheading is being used for propaganda to try and outrage the people in the west so they will back a war? they are retards if they fall for it

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I disagree.
The UNSC can pass all the resolutions it wants, they can have a cakewalk of resolutions all the way to the Brooklyn Bridge, and it won’t make a lick of difference, because Syria got the S-200s, and Russkis are in-country with S-300s. Then there are the Iskandars.
Dempsey knows, since last September when the Russian navy shot down two NATO Tomahawks aimed at Damascus, that nothing flies over Syria. Niente.
The last NATO thing in Syria’s airspace was a spy balloon. It was shot down over Maarat al-Numan mid-2012.
Just saying.

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Uh-huh. We’ll see, Thylacine.

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The best defense for Syria its to terminate the FSA as quick as posible. THATS THE BEST ANTI-US AIR DEFENSE.

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Any notion of the ‘moderate’ rebel in Syria is fast becoming a sick fantasy even in the warped minds of many western journos and politicians.

NjHc
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This site will be taken down if The Federal Reserve bombs Syria, so I guess we’ll have a gut feeling.

Pray For Peace & A Rebuilding Of The Syrian People’s Lives And Homes.

Michael
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Ziad, do you think the SAA will reinforce Tabqa Airbase? Hoping Tabqa and it’s soldiers don’t suffer the same fate that Division 17 military base and Brigade 93 base suffered.

Flanders
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Reinforce with what? Battle is in full swing, day 2. As can be expected, conflicting reports on what is going on.

I don’t believe they will be able to hold on for weeks. Tactical retreat might be in the making. I hope I am wrong.

IS can move around too easy for now. Those 800 rats should have been eliminated before reaching Tabqa. The SAA/SAF obviously do not have the high tech stuff needed to track and eliminate (day and night) them for now. Might change soon…

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Flanders: Please don’t get your knickers in a twist. To begin with, we don’t know the size nor composition of the Tabqah force; ‘somebody said’ that the friendlies were 300, including some field guns, 4-T55 tanks and plenty of ammunition. It was reported, on this site, that the enemy force is about 800, lurking in orchards nearby, but that is the remnant of what force to begin with? Intense mortar fire, both incoming and outgoing, was reported during the night. The attacking force would be much more vulnerable to mortars than the defenders in hardened positions. The rats apparently do… Read more »
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One of the few ways to end this conflict within the coming 5/10 years is if Syria updates her airforce, has an unlimited supply of precision / guided missiles get’s 20 times as much airplanes ( at least! ) or if countries like Turkey,Jordan, Lebanon seal their borders and stop financing takfiri groups. The latter won’t happen, many people on this forum ridiculise my idea, but in order to fight several fronts at the same time, every Army unit should be able to call in close airsupport whenever needed. At this moment it is not happening, and that is the… Read more »
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Freeman: Russia has reportedly returned to Syria 109 trained pilots, but we weren’t told trained in what aircraft, or if the ‘pilots’ were all airplane/helicopter drivers, or if the figure reflects crews trained as pilots and ‘back seat’ equipment operators. Updating an air force is a wonderful idea, and precision weapons is a wonderful idea, but where is the training time accounted for in this broadly painted canvas? As for the neighbors ‘sealing their borders’, Lebanon is doing its best but as for Turkey and Jordan? If you take a deep breath and hold it until those borders are sealed,… Read more »
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Short-Service Commissions for pilots from air forces of other countries ?

Volunteers needed…

Arklight
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Not a bad idea, Crucible, but they would have to be current in Syrian aircraft, and the variant (if any), plus Syrian ordinance. Hmm. There might be some Ukie pilots with no flyable planes or helicopters who would like to split the scene. Maybe a UVG outfit, like the Flying Tigers in China (AVG) before WW II. Definitely something to consider.

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Arklight, Putin has been wary of the public relations side of the Syrian war out of concern for alienating Russia’s large Sunni population. Although most Russians support Putin’s alliance with the Syrian government and his efforts to prevent it’s overthrow, he has downplayed their partnership in the media. There are no pictures of him nor any of his ministers meeting with or shaking hands with President Assad. At times there has been some doubt among Putin’s government as to the long-term prospects for survival of the Assad government during the war – especially considering the overwhelming and unconscionable amount of… Read more »
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Hey, Jimmy, how ya be? Interesting. Well, in Iraq at least, even the Sunnis have come to understand that ISIS doesn’t give a damn about any sectarian distinctions; ISIS slaughters anybody, and doesn’t care who they are. ISIS has nothing to do, in fact, with religion and just uses it as a fig leaf. Everybody understands that now, so I’d think that ISIS atrocities would be getting some play in the Russian press. This ‘Sunni insurgency’ is fabricated out of whole cloth, and only the truly stupid don’t have that pretty clear in their heads by now. My sniffer tells… Read more »
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Hey Arklight, Yes Syria’s allies have appeared at times to be fair-weather friends, but I think a lot of that has to do with the fact they are being careful to adhere to and abide by international law – unlike NATO – which views themselves as above the law. Russia doesn’t aid and arm terror groups and smuggle weapons into Syria through “rat lines”, they fly them right into Damascus international airport on their national carriers so it seems they have upheld a high legal standard and transparency in all their support to the Syrian government – which has undeniably… Read more »
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Yeah, I agree with Jimmy RE Iran dumping Maliki.

The Iranians are clever. Don’t believe for a second they would abandon their investment in Syria and the Shia crescent. Just sit back and watch. When it comes to furthering their regional agenda, you may not see all their twists and turns, but you will see results. This is not over by a long stretch.

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“Twitter cracks down on images of Foley killing”
So the beheading of Muslims and Arabs is ok to show on Twitter?

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A new report by the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) circulating in the Kremlin today states that President Barack Obama “ordered and personally oversaw” from the White House a brazen attack conducted by US Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU) commandos against an 11 vehicle Saudi Arabian convoy last night nearing Porte de la Chapelle in northern Paris as it was heading for Le Bourget airport after leaving the Saudi Embassy. According to this report, and as confirmed by various media sources, the attacked convoy was protecting an as yet unnamed Saudi prince who was briefly detained by these highly-trained DEVGRU commandos,… Read more »
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It: Yeah, that’s what makes the most sense. The 200 Gs was just gravy, and I’ve no idea why the cops thought it was an armed robbery since the only car that was targeted was the one with the prince and the documents. The guys who did it have been out of the country for hours, carousing with their found money, waiting for the next score (and there will be more, trust me).

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What do you suppose those documents reveal? The world will never know I presume..

Edgar Palacio
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The knife used to behead the Foley journalist was gave to the terrorists by the USA army as help no lethal

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The Tabqa airbase battle is a defining moment, either the SAA can take on both FSA/Islamists and the ISIS, or it cannot. What good is it to surround Aleppo if ISIS is advancing on SAA’s back just outside Aleppo? The SAA is going to hand Aleppo over to the ISIS on a silver plater if it cannot stop its advance. The next few days Tabqa airport defense will determine if this strategy (surrounding Aleppo) is appropriate or is as stupid as the rebels tactics. If Tabqa falls ISIS will push into Hama and block Aleppo supplies or push directly into… Read more »
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Anon: I’ve not seen anything anywhere, other than posts on SryPer, that states authoritatively that Tabqah is under attack. No one has posted any links to reliable sources. If you have a link, please post it. Thanks.

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Ziad (and others): Here’s an interesting article from Iraqi News, and I’d like to know what you think of the notion. Link: http://www.iraqinews.com/arab-world-news/urgent-egyptian-president-send-arab-military-forces-confront-isil-organize-arab-alliance/

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lol, really? well as some know i have said it on here that all the arab nations will unit to ward of the enemy whomever it is, BUT i also said when the right leaders are aligned, al-sisi is a little hard to work out but i have a gut feeling not to trust him at all, as i have said, Syria should only count on it’s self for know, buy or better develope their own stuff.

Arklight
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Agreed, Chevy. Isn’t it interesting that Russia is moving its military manufactury to Russia proper and dumping Ukraine? Geez! and here I was thinking of buying a Dnpr motorcycle combination Oh, well.

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Ziad: Story on RIA Novosti about a failed US raid into Syria to free hostages who were no longer present. There was a question to Syrian MOD about an American attack on Raqqah which MOD said did not take place. There is no mention in the article as to the location of these purported hostages inside Syria, but if American special forces can come and go within Syria at will, that is not good.

Link: http://en.ria.ru/world/20140821/192199089/US-Efforts-to-Release-Hostages-in-Syria-Failed—Pentagon.html

None of this shocks me anymore....
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None of this shocks me anymore....
US Attempted To Rescue James Foley, Other ISIS Hostages, Failed Because “Hostages Were Not Present” From the spokesperson for the State Department Marie Harf: The United States attempted a rescue operation recently to free a number of American hostages held in Syria by ISIL. This operation involved air and ground components and was focused on a particular captor network within ISIL. Unfortunately, the mission was not successful because the hostages were not present at the targeted location. We put the best of the United States military in harms way to try and bring our citizens home. And from ABC: U.S.… Read more »
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None: Since Raqqah seems to be ISIS headquarters and training area, it would be logical to stick the pin there. As far as I can tell with limited map information, K-2 base outside Baiji in Iraq is nearest to Raqqah, crossing all enemy held territory. Definitely possible, but it’s unlikely that Syrian MoD would have no knowledge of it. With the quality of Syrian intel from enemy territory, it seems strange that nobody in Syria knew anything about it. If they did, and have lied to the people, that’s even worse than admitting that the raid had occurred and that… Read more »
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Does everyone seriously believe that there’s anything the Syrian Arab Army could do to stop the US invading if the US wanted to? Regardless, it doesn’t matter because Assad went from being Hitler to now being Stalin in Obama’s eyes and Baghdadi is now his Hitler. Like Hitler, Baghdadi opened up lots of fronts in some lightning offensives which brought spoils, new recruits, and fame but will eventually also lead to his downfall as the world turns their guns on him.

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Michael: The US has an awful lot of ISIS occupied ground to cover, IF it can even muster the forces. Our military has been pissed away by posting a company here, a battalion 500 miles away, small units all over the place. The only thing I’m really concerned about is American air strikes, but I’m thinking that Syria is quietly redeploying a portion of its massive inventory of AA weaponry in a very effective counter move. Baghdadi is a pissant, and I don’t think that ISIS is really as tough as they make people think they are. Once the fluff… Read more »
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Homework needed. Look up the reports of early September last year, when Kerry was threatening an attack. Joint Chief Dempsey told him US couldn’t afford the loss of pilots and aircraft due to Syria AA defences. Then NATO fired 2 Tomahawks at Damascus, the Russian navy shot them down in the Med, and said to US intel, ‘Don’t do that again’.
http://aangirfan.blogspot.co.uk/2013/09/russia-shot-down-two-us-missiles-fired.html
http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=110043&cid=31&fromval=1&frid=31&seccatid=71&s1=1
That’s where it sits. A no-fly zone is not on. Obama’s climbdown was not because of OPCW deal, but because US grunts would get killed in numbers and he would have been impeached.

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I dare say it happened but the MoD did not report it , OR, they came in from Turkey quietly like the terrorists have been doing, i am still stumped as to how these terrorists are coming in from Turkey and the SAAF has not bombed the shit out of them, i just don’t get it.

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Chevy: The Green Weenies would have come in by chopper, complete with night vision optics for the crew, flying nap of the earth. Those darned machines can be muffled down to a whisper Flying nap of the earth, if there was a radar installation that picked them up, it would probably be only momentarily as they negotiated a high spot on the terrain. If they came in from Turkey, as you posit they could cross the border almost anywhere north of Raqqah, make the raid, and away again. I doubt the American air strike, though. Why call attention to something… Read more »
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Chevy, here’s the link to the article in Iraq News about the Rappah raid that never happened. I’m 98% sure the raid was in the immediate vicinity of Raqqah because one or more hostages were allegedly being held by Dawud Brigade which went over to ISIS and moved to Raqqah.

Link: http://www.iraqinews.com/arab-world-news/usa-carried-failed-operations-free-americans-syria-says-us-department-defense/

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Officially as of 1:30 A.M. Damascus Time:

Tabqa Airbase is still under the Syrian Arab Army’s control.

https://twitter.com/KeepingtheLeith/status/502239111504486400

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Flander: twitter, huh? I’ll wait for something more reliable, thank you.

Flanders
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Don’t be surprised that official sources will take their time reporting on Tabqa because it won’t be good news. Just saying.

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Flanders, Tabqa is not a location deep in enemy territory and there is the possibility to counter attack from forces coming from central Syria. Propaganda can backfire very easy. The whole fury about the attack on this airbase could lead to a strong defeat if the beheading puppets are beaten there. If they take it over they will gain support. With the 500 Mil $ the ISIS are said to have taken from Iraq (or maybe they got the money from somewhere else) they can support around 100 000 fighters for about a year. I guess they are much larger… Read more »
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Hi, Watcher, always a pleasure to see you on the forum. right now I’d guess that they have 25-30,000 between Iraq and Syria, which is the reason they have no depth, in my opinion. A single pat of butter doesn’t go far with a loaf of bread. I’ve seen nothing on Syria 360, SANA or Syrian Free Press about any heavy engagement at Tabqa, so I’ve no reason to assume that there is an actual full assault. It would be a weird place for one, anyway, since SAA/NDF hold the local towns and Tabqah is west of the river, and… Read more »
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Hi Arklight, always nice to read from you too. You could certainly be right with your numbers. I guess the social media campaigns are just simple recruitment calls (look we ape beheaders are trendy, we have cats!, we are dressed in black! and other nonsense) to fill up the ranks to spend lots of the newly stolen money. There are rumors that some “Iraqi businessman” did steal the 500 Mil $ and the ISIS did get the funding elsewhere. Tabqa could be a turn-table-moment. The question is how much forces the SAA has ready. I do not mean to defend… Read more »
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LOL, Flanders, Tabqa is the perfect opportunity for SAA to smoke large clusters of ISIS freaks. If the SCUD videos are to be believed, SAA is clearly invested in retaining this base. ISIS are not the gate crashers for this party, they are the unwitting main course.

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Interesting, Foley was NOT kidnapped by IS, but the ‘moderate beheaders’ from the FSA!

http://www.ibtimes.com/james-foley-allegedly-used-token-allegiance-group-joined-isis-1664272
James Foley Allegedly Used As Token Of Allegiance By Group That Joined ISIS

According to those sources, Foley was in the hands of the Dawood Bridgade, a group that was originally aligned with relatively moderate opposition groups such as the Free Syrian Army, but recently pledged allegiance to ISIS.

Arklight
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Flanders: Hm. And where was this Dagwood Brigade located? Any info on that?

Flanders
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Idlib, 1.000 strong.

http://www.ibtimes.com/syrian-opposition-braces-second-battle-aleppo-still-hopes-us-support-1622636

Lattif said Sunday the Dawood Brigade based in Idlib dispatched about 120 cars and tanks to Aleppo to support FSA battalions, but suddenly diverted them east toward Raqqa. Lattif said he thought the tanks went to support ISIS instead.

Flanders
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Yeah, I know the source is Zio, but rest seems accurate.

James Foley Went Looking to Support Terrorists in Syria, Instead They Cut Off His Head
http://www.frontpagemag.com/2014/dgreenfield/james-foley-went-looking-to-support-terrorists-in-syria-instead-they-cut-off-his-head/

Any human life lost is tragic, but a moral individual would have much more empathy for the Syrian Christians who suffered at the hands of Foley’s favorite Jihadists than one of their pet propagandists.

Foley came to Syria to support the Sunni Islamist rebels against the Syrian government.

He cheered on the Sunni Muslim terrorists fighting to ethnically cleanse the Christians of Aleppo.

Jason
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You can thank Putin for the latest UN resolution under chapter 7 which allows the ‘international community’ free rein to bomb what they see fit in Syria. This comes on the back of another resolution a couple of weeks ago allowing the UN to do whatever it pleases while sending ‘aid’ into Syria. Putin is tied to the global system and is playing a very treacherous role not only against Syria but against his own country as well with the situation in Ukraine. His tactics are to allow step by step the encroachment and enslavement by NATO of his own… Read more »
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Jason: Those are serious charges. I suspect that his game is much deeper than that. Putin knows that NATO is a hollow shell and that its EU sponsors have no money for war, or for participation in war; he also knows that the US has no money for war and the the beneficiaries of another war in the middle east, Big Oil, will never part with a nickel toward the costs. He also knows that the US is a bankrupt and failing State with a military so overextended that other than air strikes it poses no credible threat. Putin is… Read more »
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I hate to break it to you but the state of Russia’s military is no match for NATO, this has been admitted by current and former Russian military officers including Leonid Ivashov. Russia is a country that has lost 14 million people since 1990 as well as more than half its production capabilities, the only thing that Russia has is its oil and gas but these are not something that can be counted on. Compared to Soviet times Russia is a second rate power at best. Western influence has blossomed in Russia since the break up of the Soviet Union,… Read more »
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NATO is far from a hollow shell, NATO is preparing for war against Soviet-Union/Russia for ages. And it has Nukes, Remember like 2/3 ago when Argentina wanted the Falkland islands back ? Great-Brittain ( note the name Great, wich is a refference of colonial/fascist power ) threatened to nuke Argentina.

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russia has the best missile systems in the world freeman. anti air. anti shipping and surface to surface. they have a fresh and professional army. they have allies like china and iran. america is bankrupt and so is europe. their army is exhausted. held together by drugs. their weapons obsolete. they have a big military budget. that does not mean the weapons are good. you can spend a billion dollars on bows and arrows. what happened to american trained armies in iraq and georgia.? they got their arses kicked. what did nato do when russia trounced georgia? nothing. what did… Read more »
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David, Intend to agree with you on your points. There are of course many possibilities for an ugly fight between powers, certain,y one is nuke and no one gains with that, on conventional war I see Russia quite modernized and with its vital military industry booming, I can not say the same for European military industry and of course the US is quite up to speed and capable in its military, having said corruption is huge in the US military, visa vis the flying lemon F35…. A key point in all of this geopolitics is that the world has changed… Read more »
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Calm down, David. There’s no good excuse for bad manners. At base, most of your points are valid, but you neglected to mention that when Ukraine withdrew from CIS Russian didn’t pitch a hissy fit, soil its knickers and start throwing the dishes all about. When Crimea voted to secede from Ukraine, the Ukies cried, moaned and squealed like a cornholed banshee. Crimea voted to join the CIS, was accepted, and the Ukies went into another tantrum like a three year old. NATO is very well aware that it can not hope to win a war with Russia, and that… Read more »
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Get a grip Jason, with respect.
Russia could wrap up NATO in a weekend. NATO knows it. NATO’s Tomahawks fired at Damascus last September were taken down likely by the Russian navy’s GPS jamming, which Russia sells to US forces. NATO can’t afford ’em. And the jammers US gets are not state-of-the-art.
No UNSC resolution can remove Syria’s S200 missiles. Or Russian S300s, in-country.
Putin’s moderate approach in no way undercuts Russian resolve. Look up Sergey Glazyev and a Mr Fedorov. Russia knows NATO wants war. That doesn’t mean they’re going to give up Syria.

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Tabqa base has been decimated by ISIS in less than 36 hours (I predicted 72hr). SAA-Brigade General Ali Sarhan died fighting heroically, a better man then those who killed him, condolences to his family. As a commenter who thinks ISIS is worse than Adolph Hitler and Joseph Stalin combined, I want Assad supporters to realize the current strategy being used is not working and to shift bad outdated strategy to reflect a new reality (like it or not) on the ground. ISIS is currently Assad’s strongest contenders not the rebels who are getting their asses kicked by ISIS as well.… Read more »
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Anon: Syria 360 in the chronology for SAA/SAAF in the last 24 hours makes no mention whatever of Tabqah, but does noted SAA advances in Deir ez Zour. If there is anything going on at Tabqah, you and Flanders seem to have about the only information. Fars news? Nada. Iraq News? Zero.
Syrian Free Press? Zilch. If you have more news on Tabqah, tell it to Sweeney.

Anonymous
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yesterdays attacks on the Tabqa airbase

Arklight
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Anon: It’s a video. I don’t know either when, or where, it was made. No sale.

Anonymous
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Not trying to sell it, I’m trying stimulate constructive conversation. Lets pretend this video is real, Tabqa is burning (and it is) as a Syrian supporter what strategy would you do next? Keep surrounding weaker FSA? As ISIS advances on your back?

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Anon: Let’s pretend its an unattributed video that could be anything. As a Syria supporter mindful of conservation of very finite assets, I’d not make a pest of myself to the commanders.

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lets wait a day or two for confirmation then answer the question….

Anonymous
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You’re annoying, stop trolling and molesting any discussions with stupid criticism.

Anonymous
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The title of this article is stupid, “ALEPPO: SYRIAN ARMY ADVANCE INEVITABLE”. ISIS advances on SAA’s back (Raqqa, Aleppo) and the SAA advances on the weaker FSA? Its like a guy walking up an escalator that’s going down, he’s not moving positions, but bragging about taken 100 steps forward?

Useless- CHANGE STRATEGIES!

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Yeah Anon, i don’t trust you at all, i can make up a video and claim something otherwise, i can also write up an article and do the same, but i do agree on one thing, although the SAA are doing well IMHO they are not doing it fast enough, there is something wrong here, the enemy is still coming in unabated and how does no one spot them when they come in droves?.

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Chevy: There is one full service border crossing west of the Euphrates that is in ISIS hands with clear sailing in ISIS controlled real estate right down to the eastern flank of the Aleppo metro area. SAA is hitting towns around there, but no joy as to clearing them. There is another full service crossing east of the Euphrates with nothing between it and Deir ez zour but ISIS and desert, past DZ nothing but ISIS and desert all the way to Jordan. Trouble is that SAA has dozens of motley rat and ISIS towns in their rear that they’re… Read more »
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Kurdish forces at Kobane were estimated at 4000 before the latest IS offensive, and were reinforced by some 900 kurds -civilians- from Turkey that crossed the border and probably a few hundred more local recruits, so right now their numbers are probably near 5500.

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arklight,

the expendable infantry you speak of is most likely NDF…comprised of local militia. the Syrians have been utilizing these strategically useful paramilitary forces/volunteers to hold and sustain remote positions that the SAA was not present in for the long term. notice the change in Syria’s fortunes, militarily, since early 2013. they are effective as supplementary forces in localized offensives but serve the more primary purposes of holding positions. they are not deployed to areas outside of their native locales nor would they be of much use there.

rgds,

martin

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Martin, I don’t recall ever using the term ‘expendable infantry’, although I do consider motley rats and ISIS expendable, the more and the sooner the better. I don’t think I’ve ever confused NDF, ADF, local defense forces or YPG with regular Syrian military, so I’m scratchin’ my head here.

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Jimmy, al: I never said that Iran dumped Maliki, I said it dumped Baghdad – – AFTER Maliki lost the election. When Maliki realized what a complete clusterf*ck the Americans had left behind, he started making corrections as he could, when he could, beginning with arresting 5 top commanders, having absentee warrants sworn out for 40 more with charges ranging from treason downward, anything he could make stick; these were the ones who didn’t show up for work the morning ISIS struck. The next thing he did was try to recall as many of the ‘retired’ experienced commanders he could… Read more »
Rashid
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Salam all,

Has Tabqa Airbase fallen to ISIS?

Flanders
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‘Battle Is Ongoing’

Canthama
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Nope, ISIL is getting a bad time there, some vollages were liberated by the SAA in this process somfar, it looks very positive at the moment for the SAA.

Rashid
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Thanks for the update, some turkish assh__s were reporting it was fallen, even showing pictures of it…

Jason
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The US is trying to push through Greater Kurdistan which will extend from Mosul to Hasakah all the way to Ain Al Arab then to Afrin. Clue: wherever ISIS is destroying villages and massacring people it is making way for this project where Kurdish forces under American air cover come in victoriously to ‘save the day’ from ISIS, and then occupy those region to be included in Greater Kurdistan. America reshaping the region using ISIS as its instrument to create the ground for changes to borders and ethnic components. LOL at those idiots falling for the game by cheering on… Read more »
P&P
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You are right Jason. The ESEL caravans are trampling the border line for the future Greater Israel. Firstly for implementing the long eyed Kurdistan as a cornerstone for their Pandemonium. The whole ESEL setup can be seen as a false flag operation and beside all the convenient disinformation news about thousands of stranded fallen angel worshipers, thousands of buried alive women and children, decapitation videos from journalists and last not least the propaganda bullshit about ESEL idiots permanently threatening attacks on the Great Satan. What a joke. Pictures from the kosher food rations for their accompanying advisers you see very… Read more »
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Your fascist and racist conspiracies are getting tiresome, go tell that to the thousands of kurds that were ethnically cleansed from Aleppo’s northern countryside and the surroundings of Tal Abyad by Jabhat al Nusrat and the Islamic State to be replaced with families of asian and chechen fighters, sure a great form to pave the way for a “Greater Kurdistan”, indeed.

Eltho
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People like you are no different of the FSA assassins that used the excuse of kurds sending aid to Nubl & Zahra to murder hundreds at the villages near Aleppo, no fucking different at all.

Arklight
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C’mon,. Jason, Maliki lost the election. He finally figured out that playing dog in the manger was useless, so he put the best face on it he could. Abadi, the new guy, is generally considered to be Obama’s bitch.

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Flanders
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The Tabqa airport is under SAA control, there are still clashes but “isis” terrorists started to retreat acc to several sources.

Seems several IS state commanders have been killed.

Anonymous
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A new video shows American police officers shot dead a young African-American man in Missouri a few days after a black teenager was killed by police.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2014/08/21/376081/new-video-shows-us-police-kill-black-man/

Anonymous
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Some of the comments on tube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-P54MZVxMU&bpctr=1408618764

Yuriy Chamkoriyski via Google+
35 minutes ago
The Police as the terrorist from ISIS, shooting people in broad day light on the street in USA!

-Another black man brutally gunned down by fascist police. These police need to pay a price for this.

Anonymous
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#OfficerGoFuckYourself Threatens to Kill Ferguson Livestreamers YouTube

Flanders
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Another criminal liquidated.

Hmm
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Those villages on the Aleppo map Sawraan, Turkman Bareh, Dabiq, Ashraf…. are all in IS scum hands. IS scum defeated other terrorist scum there. There isn`t any SAA or NDF there. What are you Ziad talking about?

Thierry french
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those villages was in FSA hands before.
SAA is south of them.

P&P
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The only point existing there as
a lowest common denominator
is to be found by their instructors.

News zu ferguson police trained by israel.

jewgle yourself for more than thousand results.

Canthama
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Sorry, this is not a what if game. Tabqa has not fallen, fights are on going, facts are there is a battle, SAA managed to get one or two villages liberated in this process, meaning more presence around it. It is impossible to saybthe aftermath of this fight, a lot is on stake, but can say Tabqa is critical for the SAA and SAAF, so expect ugly push backs from the heroes of SAA. The fight is on and still looks good for the SAA. You have asked what next in another few comments. My wish would be for the… Read more »
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Hopefully the Syrians will turn Aleppo into one big fortress, full of SAA, NDF and armed civilians (like the Kurdish civilians in Erbil). I hope the people of Aleppo turned Sheik Najjar in a bastion of trenches and tunnels and that it is surrounded by minefields and easily blocked roads. I did see promising pictures of Aleppan entrepeneurs returning to their industrial city. It was sign of a return to normality, but I was also wondering why they didn’t have spades in their hands?. Because there is a posibility that the smelly psychopaths of the wahabi death cult ISIS will… Read more »
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Just K, Peto is solid source. Fully concur with your comment, thanks for sharing it.

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About Ukraine front.. Parents of Ukie soldiers not happy with the war .. If Poroshenko continues with the
war he will end like Gadaffi ,after a major revolution remove him from power. Apparently the casualties
of the ukie army have been very high. Even if they manage to Rout the pro Russia militia ,they will not recover from the war.

83 Fighters of the 30th Mechanised Brigade return to Nowgorod-Wolynski to confront their Military Leaders with the Question why they were sent «into certain death» –

Canthama
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Hrc, things look very bad for Ukies, though it is a tough situation for Novorussians with limited manpower and military resources, they are giving hell to Ukies. A Kiev Junta doc showed a level of KIA and wounded as very high indeed, over 10,000 for the Ukies, that was 3 weeks ago, and now besides the southern cauldron and the one south of Lugansk, they are risking two more smaller cauldrons to be set, if one east of Donetz is done then Ukies will be retreating very fast. Right now the situation is very very delicate, it could still go… Read more »
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C: I checked the Ukie stats a while back, and there was no provision for ‘Missing’. Is there now? I’d doubt it.

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Not that I know, only killed in action and wounded, no missing nor desertion, the latter is troublesome stats for them since it would state huge nbrs and it could trun very bad publicity for Kiev, the former is simply lack of control, and it could be either a KIA not accounted or simple defection.

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Speaking to this taqba airbase., I recall reading a report from some ISIS mongoloids in Iraq that the first time they actually faced opposition in Iraq, they got their asses kicked. That is to say they are used to overrunning places that are either sparsely guarded or in strategic retreat. Recall my remarks that their habit has been to descended on a thinly guarded non strategic place, take a small win, then get their asses kicked. For propaganda and that is all. I think that ISIS has increasingly in their ranks ( which have by all accounts recently swollen )… Read more »
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Let me further clarify that in my opinion if the western communities stopped supporting this nonsense it would fall apart almost instantly. The only thing I can say for sure about the reporting from western traditional sources is that I can’t automatically trust a word they say. They continue to peddle the narrative that the Iraqi army is feckless when the truth is they have given ISIS more than a few headaches in the last couple of months. As well the narrative presented by the west focuses on kurdistan, and again, the yezidi who the governments could really care less… Read more »
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Dudley, I am so much 100% with you on this, I am on this note for some time now. ISIL did not face real armies so far, I mean real battle, they know they will lose, they always try smaller garrison and villages. See Der Ez Zor as examples not to mention Hasaka city. My wild guess says that 50% of the cities under Isil were not captured, they were handled to them when the local rats defected to them, this is my guess but it happens again as we speak in northern Aleppo, what appears to be an effective… Read more »
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Good morning, C – – how ya be? You think 50,000 ISIL? Hm. Maybe, between Syria and Iraq, counting services of supply and other support units. the motley rats/ISIS dealings seem to be a bit muddled. The take I get is that Syrian nationals among them, who have not committed any capitol crimes, want to go home via amnesty; foreigners have no choice except to fight ISIS today, or join ISIS and fight SAA tomorrow. I believe you’re spot on, that the motley rats are not very good fighters, as a group, and I think that a fair few of… Read more »
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Hi there, yep, my guesstimate of 50,000 would be for all and Syria and Iraq included, and that was because a major boost in the last 3 months with huge amount of defected Iraqis and rats from FSA, IF and Nusra, they were probably 10-15,000 early 2014, their apparent success attracted rat alike. I fully concur with you on night vision issues for SAA and SAAF, we know they have some, we have seem it in Qalamoun early 2014 and few night attack with Hindis on convoys, but it is certainly limited and not available to all forces. I also… Read more »
Arklight
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Right, C. Russian military hardware is built for service so rough that it would make ‘western’ equipment let out a whimper, then curl up and die. the thing is, that electronic gear, such as IR/lowlight is, for us, a high turnover item, seemingly designed to fail after so many hours. I’m not saying it was done on purpose, looking at the profits to be reaped from repeat sales or factory repair. I don’t know about Russian electronics, but I’d suppose that even as robust as most Russian stuff is, Anno Domini comes into play at some point. I’m sure that… Read more »
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GLONASS

GLONASS (Russian: ГЛОНАСС, IPA: [ɡlɐˈnas]; Глобальная навигационная спутниковая система), acronym for “Globalnaya navigatsionnaya sputnikovaya sistema” or “Global Navigation Satellite System”,

Russian “Spy Stations”: A Clear and Present Danger?

Micah McKinnis December 16, 2013

http://dailysignal.com/print?post_id=133562

Arklight
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Dudley: SyrPer is the only place I’ve seen anything about an assault on Tabqah air base. If you’ve seen anything believable, please post the link? Thanks.

Arklight
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Thylacine: Singapore, 1941.

ariston
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Ziad, why did you take off that other post of another subburb of Damascus was liberated( i cant recall the name )???

Anonymous
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The tide is slowly turrning. Almost all western leaders are now saying exactly what Assad has been saying for three years and more: the biggest problem facing Syria (and now Iraq and the whole region) is Islamist terrorism; and the Gulf states are a principal source of the problem. Reuters quotes former British foreign minister Malcolm Rifkind who said this week that the moderate opposition was “in disarray”. “The (Islamic State) terrorists are fast becoming the main serious opponents to the pro-Iranian government in Damascus”, he said. Writing in Britain’s Daily Telegraph newspaper, he argued for cooperation with Iran in… Read more »
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Anon: if you cut the SOHR numbers in half, you’d probably be reasonably near the actual total for both countries. ISIS has a broad presence and little depth. the final total would include the service personnel who don’t fight, patient details (wounded or sick in hospital/recovering), transport and so on. Iran has stopped supplying Baghdad and is now supplying Erbil and is already doing what it considers to be its part in the rat killing. The new Iraqi PM is considered to be Obama’s bitch, so Iran will have nothing to do with Iraq proper. The motley rats who switch… Read more »
Eltho
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Why does it surprise you that China went for it, Arklight? It’s one of Israel’s biggest trade partners, chinese leaders only care about themselves.

Milo
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Ziad you do know full well that the bogus decapitating hoax is an excuse for the United Snakes to bomb Syria…as an excuse to be going after ISIS boogieman (an Israeli creation)…is Syria prepared for the up coming attempted NATO Nazi onslaught by their planes just like in Libya?

Michael
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Why does everything have to be a conspiracy theory?

Milo
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USS Liberty, JEW created and filmed 9/11, Gulf of Tonkin, Saddams weapons of mass destruction lies, King David Hotel, The Balfour Declaration, Iran has Nukes BULLSHIT, USS Maddox false flag, The Red Brigades, CIA outing (coup) of an elected Australian Prime Minister, The FUCKING JEW SAUD FAMILY, the installation by Kissinger of that lunatic Pinochet in Chile, the killing of Christ…etc etc etc

Arklight
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Milo, the Romans crucified Christ, not the Jews, but Ciaphas did swindle Pilate into doing it.

Because it is...JFK
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Because it is...JFK

Listen to this incredible audio recording of a speech made by JFK before the American Newspaper Publishers Association where he warns the press about the secret societies that are the real power in global affairs.

P&P
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Don`t try fooling those seeing the forest
instead of trees only.

The cruelties done by the sponsored
terrorists since years now on Syrians
didn’t worry your buddies not a fu…

But of a sudden this idiot hoax is worth
to impress the world via MSM just in
time to further bomming campaigns
to flatten the path for Kurdflopstan.

Either you are … or another troll again.

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