JAYSH AL-ISLAM CLOBBERED IN GHOUTA; THE SOUTHERN FRONT THAT’S GOING NOWHERE

عملية نوعية ضد وكر للإرهابيين توقع عدداً كبيراً من القتلى في مسرابا

East Misraabaa in the Doumaa area:  It’s getting close to the whiskers now.  The SAA is advancing substantially all over this farm area at Al-‘Aaliya Farms, Shifooniyya and Al’Ibb.  Yesterday, Zahraan ‘Alloosh’s rats took a horrible drubbing from the SAA and NDF losing 34 of their litter-mates.  They died for nothing but nihilism:

  • Saadeq Al-Hawraani
  • Mustafaa Batheesh
  • ‘Umraan Taahaa
  • Muhammad Al-Shinnaawi
  • Saleem Qarsoodi
  • Sa’eed Muhammad
  • Raadhi Al-‘Ishsh
  • ‘Abdullah Saaber
  • Khaldoon Al-‘Asali
  • Sameeh Al-Dahhaan
  • Fakhri Al-Aaghaa
  • Hilmi Al-Shaaker
  • Nidhaal Dhahhaak
  • Najeeb Bakri

I have no other names.

 

‘Aaliya Farms:  More of the same for the same rodents:

  • ‘Umar Hitaawi
  • Yaaseen Faysal
  • Bashshaar Al-Sabbaagh

Another 4 could not be identified.

 

‘Adraa Town:  There is evidence of major SAA advances in this area because military intelligence personnel can actually investigate and assess scenes of fighting and take down names of carcasses.  The Jabhat Al-Islam had to note these rats disappearing yesterday:

  • Mas’ood Al-Tahhaan
  • Muhammad ‘Abdul-Ameer
  • Ahmad Al-Durra
  • Talaal Humaydaan
  • ‘Aadel Hamza

 

There were 6 foreigners in the group who were not identified.

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turma:  More devastation for the desperate vermin:

  • ‘Issaam Saalihaani
  • Rushdi Jallaad
  • Muhammad Bilaal

 

Al-Nishaabiyya Farms deep in the E. Ghouta:  More nihilists went to oblivion, where they belong.  I have no names, but, a significant amount of weapons and ammunition was recovered by the NDF for use in killing Wahhabists.

 

Al-Maleeha Farms:  A nest of ‘Alloosh’s huddled rats was destroyed.  No details.

 

West Mountains near Al-Zabadaani:  A large store of weapons and ammunition from Lebanon was recovered by SAA and this one little weasel dispatched:

Abdullah Abu-Shaalla

 

Bayt Taymaa and Khaan Al-Shaykh all saw some skirmishing, although, by comparison it was very light yesterday.  There are much fewer rats today than before.  They are very demoralized.

 

Qalamoon at the border with Lebanon:  This is the classic sandwich situation.  Call it a vise, if you will.  They are being devastated in the Lebanon and they have no hope trying to negotiate closed entryways back to Syria.  Yesterday, vague reports came in of many rat casualties at Faaleetaa.  So sad, really.

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DER’AH: “THE FRONT THAT WENT BACK”:

 

The City:  At the Bilaal Al-Habashi Mosque, 4 armor-plated trucks, one of which was rigged to explode by a suicide driver were destroyed by the SAA before they could reach a heavily populated area where the Nusra operated a command-and-control center.  It was ISIS acting in the south to hit Nusra.  And the SAA saved Nusra’s bacon (so to speak) in order to save civilian lives.  The operation was going to take place at the Old Customs Building athwart (I know nobody uses that word anymore) the East entryway to the Al-Bajaabija Quarter.    

My readers have read the name Bilaal Al-Habashi Mosque before in many posts about fighting in this southern city.  Bilaal Al-Habashi is a laureled figure in Islam’s history.  He is believed to be the first Muslim and Companion of the Messenger Muhammad to sing out the call to prayer.  He was a Mu’adhdhin.  He was born of Ethiopic parents (hence: “Al-Habashi” meaning from Abyssinia or Ethiopia) and was a slave of an Umayyad owner in Mecca until Islam freed him.  He was the first black African convert to Islam.  His voice was reportedly exceptionally beautiful and his reputation for loyalty to his new religion is incontrovertible.  He is also known as Bilaal bin Rabaah and he died sometime around 638 C.E. and has a tomb in Damascus.

 

 

‘Itmaan/Al-Yaadoodaa Road:  2 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  The papers on the rodents aboard indicated a presence recently in Jordan.  But, of course, the good king wouldn’t know that.  No names.

 

Inkhil:  At the entrance to the town, a convoy trying to bust in was annihilated and forced to retreat willy-nilly back to the cesspool of origin.  No details.  (This report may be a duplicate of the following.)

 

Inkhil:  (August 9, 2014):  5 leaders of Nusra were killed here at the entrance to the town as they approached a military checkpoint in 6 armor-plated trucks originating in Thurayyaa.  The SAA destroyed every truck and took 2 mortars into possession for use in killing Wahhabists.

 

Busraa Al-Shaam:  An attempted assault on a military checkpoint went nowhere.  SAA killed 5 rats.  No names.

 

Nawaa/Tal-Al-Jaabiya Road:  6 cars and 3 motorcycles went to Old Scratch’s Recycling Center in Hell when the SAA sprung a trap for these ignorant yokels.  I have no details.

 

Fighting reported here: Simleen Mosque area, Qayta Road, Al-Jeeza, Umm Walad, Al-Ba’yaat in Al-Lijaat, West Al-Khazzaan in Al-Karak, Maleehat Al-‘Atsh/Al-Hiraak Road, Inkhil/Jaassem Road, Tal Al-Mahss East, East of the SyriaTel Tower.

 

‘Aqraba:  An attempted infiltration into SAA-controlled Umm Al-‘Awsaj met with a sudden and violent response which sent the assaulting rats back to their haven in Jordan’s biggest main sewer.  No details.

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

 

Nice synopsis of what Ziad has been saying for 3 and 1/2 years:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/debacle-of-a-great-game-the-islamic-state-is-and-americas-war-on-iraq-and-syria/5395402?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=debacle-of-a-great-game-the-islamic-state-is-and-americas-war-on-iraq-and-syria

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Any news from Salma? When this little town will be liberated?

Shinaydeen
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Does it matter any more? It is, reportedly, empty.

Arklight
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Shinaydeen: it does matter if the town has been your family’s home for generations.

Hmm
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Hmm

With this tempo probably never

Flanders
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ISIL Besieges More than Half a Million Kurds in Ayn al-Arab (Kobanê) in Northern Syria. Kurds on the run as well in Iraq. Not impressed by them, so far.

Seems they can’t hold what they have, let alone advance. If the Kurds collapse in the north east, then so will the SAA.

How the F*** is it possible that at max 5.000 of these apes can advance so fast, making a superior force in numbers and material go on the run?

Better come up with a solaution fast.

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“Better come up with a solution fast.”

As always, Ned, we defer to your superior wisdom in these matters. What is the solution, pray tell?

Arklight
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Shinaydeen; Flounder is packed and ready to go take command of the YPG immeidately he is asked, by them, to do so.

Flanders
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Nature will decide. Those who are too weak will vanish.

Anonymous
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“Those who are too weak will vanish.”

Then go kill yourself right now. Don’t forget to automatically upload your kill video (in HD!) on Youtube, so we have the proof that you won’t bother us anymore with your anti-human bullshit.

I wonder why your father fucked your ugly mother, you fucking disgusting CIA troll. Lick Obama’s anus before you kill yourself!

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Ned. On numbers alone the kurds arent in periled. This is standard propaganda to give the west pretext to help kurds ( and no one else ). I said before that sadly the yezidis have always been expendable and that is exactly the case as we see now.

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The word is ISIS have 1 hell of a lot of ordinance at their disposal, and have enough experienced footsoldiers with knowledge of how to use it As of yet they have no Air power, but according to some have adequate AIr Defenses hence the US Decision not to fly commercials over Iraq. Baghdadi has apparently promised a spectacular ,either Aleppo or Baghdad itself Aleppo being the more likely of the 2 simply because it will not encounter any problems from outside forces. Baghdad can wait. Yet more bad news Erdi has won a landslide in the Turkish GE and… Read more »
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ISIS is a boogeyman and is given way too much credit. The only reason they exist is because western intelligence made them and the west has not liquidated them.

RVD
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Dudley Arklight it’s Baghdad

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Sorry, Dudley – – my sniffer says different. Mine works a whole lot better than Bobby Lee’s did at Gettysburg.

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RVD: 52 percent of the vote is a ‘landslide’? Only in America. I think Big Daddy is pissin’ into the wind, but we’ll see. If he makes a serious attempt, I think it will be on Aleppo. In Baghdad you have al Sadr, who hates everyone, with the equivalent of a full corps,, reinforced, of well trained light infantry, heavily armed with light weapons, who know every inch of the city and who can be stood up on a moment’s notice. Around Aleppo there are (or were, with the last map) Hizbollah units and YPG. whether that is sufficient force… Read more »
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52% does not sound impressive, but when his nearest rival gets 38% it’s pretty much a landslide
I agree it looks like Aleppo will be it ,Having said that they have taken more territory from the Kurds In Iraq.

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Ukraine exports mostly coal and steel (iron). They import 90 % of oil and gas needs, mostly from Russia. They do not have copper. There are found in this large country several minerals including uranium and gold.

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ISIS and KUrkish Scum are on the same side.. Any propaganda that shows US planes or KUrdish killing ISIS fighters is staged. ISIS goal is to divide IRAQ in parts.. and the creation of Kurdistan. Their “defeat” is part of the plan. What you there in IRAQ is holywood in action when it comes to US and Kurdkish killing ISIS. US ,Israel ,Saudi Arabia ,ISIS and Kurdish are all on the same side. Isis invade with many weapons , seriously destroy the IRAQ army ,then comes US as the savior with American combat planes “destroy” ISIS ,they flee to their… Read more »
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Even the IRAQ government maliki have said in Public that they cannot bomb ISIS command center in IRAQ because is located inside the Kurdish autonomous zones. THe big winner in IRAQ are the Kurdish.. since ISIS invaded they have massively taken control of terrain and more IRAQ oil fields.. how lucky they.. A good map to see.. WHich factions are losing territory and which factions are winning..WHile IRAQ Government lose territory.. Kurdish Win..

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I used to have sympathy for the Kurds but anymore, they come off as being very opportunistic and greedy, that is not a very good combination.
Sooner or later Both Syria and Iraq will have to fight them. They have no loyalty to anyone so they cannot be trusted by anyone.

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Thats the Reason Saddam Gassed em

Eltho
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Bullshit, kurds just saved over 100 SAA soldiers from Brigade 93 and god knows how many at Hasakah from ending up beheaded by the IS rats.

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Link, please.

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‘Hollywood in action’ probably involves Obomber’s handy mate Benny Rhodes, the media mastermind, Nuremberg criminal and maker of the al-Jizzera specials ‘The Fall of Tripoli’ and ‘The Departure of the Dictator Assad’, both broadcast by blocking local TV satellites, from the Qatarist temple of lies. (Fortuntately the Damascus episode was rumored and Damascenes knew they were being regaled with disinfo.)

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Spot on aussie, this was outed by Pravda as well as the chemical saga way before it was going to happen.

CHEVI789
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Anon, i suspect america will arm the kurds to the teeth to fend off any attack by the SAA to regain and keep the oil fields, this is another false flag to allow the U.S to arm it’s lapdogs, as i have said before, the soon as the SAA are capable they should attack and kill of the kurdish fighters with a biltzkrieg, have no mercy, i see the kurds as selfish and will back stab you and sell their mothers if they could, sorry if i offended any kurd supporters but this is the reality.

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Another fine example of racist fascism going on while Syrian kurds risk themselves saving both yazidis and SAA soldiers.

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Eltho, i am not saying that all kurds should be killed, only the ones who will be fighting SAA so they can keep the oil wells, let’s put it this way, it’s theft if the kurds “defend” the wells from the SAA for it is Syrian.

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Mind the difference between Kurds in Syria and in Iraq (and in Iran and in Turkey).

Arklight
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Right, Nobilitatis! and there are enough factions of Iraqi Kurds alone to present a real puzzle.

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Yes, and even as Arklight says, PUK aligned kurds have proven much more willing to fight IS than KDP, cooperating with the Iraqi Army since the beginning instead of just sitting there waiting for them to muster their forces.

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Hi Eltho, you seem to know a lot about the Kurds, would strongly recommend you to share a summary of all the factions (military and political) in each country (Turkey, Syria, Iraq and Iran) to the Syrper’s readers, it would be very valuable. I tried the web and very little is available on it. Appreciate your time in doing that, it will help this group better understand the challenges of this subject.

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ISIS has been looting Iraqi and Syrian military storage facilities for months. They even have ballistic missiles at this point. If the bad guys have artillery, MLRSs, TOWs, mobile anti-aircraft guns they can use on ground targets, a bunch of guys with AK47s and RPGs simply cannot do much to oppose them, especially where they are fighting. The ground is largely flat and open, no valleys and forests to take cover in or launch an ambush from..

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ISIS militants killed hundreds of Yazidis, Iraqi minister says Iraq’s Human Rights Minister Mohammed Shia al-Sudani said news of the killings had come from people who had escaped from Mount Sinjar in northern Iraq, the ancient home of the Yazidis and one of the towns captured by the Sunni militants who view the community as “devil worshipers”. “We have striking evidence obtained from Yazidis fleeing Sinjar and some who escaped death, and also crime scene images that show indisputably that the gangs of the Islamic States have executed at least 500 Yazidis after seizing Sinjar,” Sudani said. “Some of the… Read more »
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Sadly the yezidi have been the focus of hatred by almost everyone for them supposedly worshipping the devil. In my experience this is not true in the sense that people present it. So far as i understand in zoroastrianism the devil is a lazy prick but created the peacock to show his power.

The fact that the 7th angel created by God in the yezidi tradition, the most beautiful is represented by a peacock.

Ergo people assume they worship the devil.

Make no mistake if the west wanted isis gone they would already be gone.

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I wish some of you folks understood the internal American political aspects of this as to why the U.S. has tried not to get involved. I loathe Obama, but I know that he has very little love for ISIS and al Qaeda, mostly because they undermine Islam’s brand of “religion of peace”. However, in Syria, he and other big league politicians have already committed to FSA, and politically cannot switch sides. So they can’t support Assad, won’t support ISIS, and there is political opposition in the House and Senate to any involvement at all. And what support there is for… Read more »
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The FSA is dead Sean, it never existed in the sense, the name came so america can arm whom they supported without looking bad, all this for little ol israhell. Read Ziad news and commentary section by global research, it is all true and i knew this years ago.

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It is not useful to reason about religious beliefs. ISIS beheads also their litter mates, it is not a matter of what they worship.
Yezids are Kurdish people. They do not have a regional power behind them. The Christians are also not protected. Nobody is. My hope is that president Assad in the long term could organize a movement that creates a Pax Syriana in the whole Middle East.

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Right, Nobilitatis. How many people went to the stake during the Inquisition because they didn’t think that the sun revolved around the earth? As for a Pax Syriana, I think Syria is the only country mature enough to even put forward an earnest proposal. Well, maybe Egypt since the Arab Shitstorm has abated a whole lot. Something to think about, though, you bet.

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The same happened to the Gnostic factions from South of france, the poor cathars were killed by the Albigecian Crusade ordered by Pope Innocent III, because the believed that Eve was mother of Adam and the Serpent was another innabitant of Eden with mistical Powers. That was labelled by Satanist Cult and those people were perished.

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True, Dany. The most reprehensible and egregious crimes are committed by people in the name of God, who loves us all (including our warts) and asks us as His children to do the same. If you can come up with a logical explanation, let me know, okay?

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If we compare the SAA activities in Al Ghouta same time last year to now, it is amazing the progress, we have SAA skirmishes and battles all over Al Ghouta, every single corner, this is indeed a very good indication that Al Ghouta is in tis wat to be liberated, people may say it took very long, but taking into account the densed urban challenges and local population initial support to the Syrian traitors, the SAA did a pretty good job so far. Hopefully it will liberated soon enough.

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I agree. This is all related to Al Mleha. It has drained some many fighters from the Ghouta pocket, the SAA is now more flexible to start attacking on multiple fronts.

I hope to see some significant victories in the area in the near future

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Indeed. Assuming the flow of supplies, men and weapons in E. Ghouta is still (and I’m not even sure about that) stable , the pressure put up by SAA on Mleha have forced the rebels to neglect the “periphery “of E. Ghouta to try to breach in the siege, wich seem they partially succeded (but at what cost tactically speaking? Was it worth to gain something but some time?) just to get repelled. That could explain their recent setbacks in Douma, Adra, Al-Nishaabiyya Farms. It’s seems they’re putting much effort to gain time, but what are they expecting to? The… Read more »
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Hillary Clinton:”I’ll get you, my pretty- and your little dog too! HAAAAA HA HA HA HA HA!” Obama failed in Syria SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch)—Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has criticized President Barack Obama’s Syria policy as a failure, according to a media report Sunday. Earlier intervention in Syria on behalf of the rebels fighting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad would have prevented the rise to power of the Sunni terrorist group that now calls itself the Islamic State and has conquered parts of Syria and adjoining Iraq, Clinton said in an interview with the Atlantic. Clinton also strongly defended Israel’s… Read more »
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Patience Peace
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Not Sunni ….WAHHABI for truths sake

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Hilary Clinton? I thought she had died of face lift poisoning.

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Interesting FARSnews from Iraq, it does show ISIS is over stretched.

“The ISIL terrorists fled the area (Western Kirkuk) for an unknown place and have left behind their weapons,” Shafaq News website quoted informed sources and eyewitnesses as saying on Sunday.

A commander of the Awakening Forces said his forces have informed him that around 100 ISIL militants have fled Al-Zouyeh village in Beiji region of Salahuddin province and al-Zab area in Southwestern Kirkuk, near Beiji refinery, and left their military tools and weapons behind.”

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Every military has, at one point or another, overstretched themselves logistically at times, requiring tactical withdrawals. Given the scale of ISIS’s operations, they clearly have professional-level logistics and support operations in place. Occasional small hiccups are not representative of the whole.

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That is true Sean, only time will tell what is behind those moves. Not long ago Iraqi Forces had seemed to control Trikit whiel ISIS retreated only to be spelled days latter. So much for tactics. I have been looking closely, as everybody else, on ISIS moves around, and it does show us some patterns of over stretched, some towns in Der Ez Zor rebelling against them, the fury to take Hasaka to be beaten in 1-2 days, losing ground in Ambar province in Iraq, losing ground in the Iraqi Euphrates towns. The only place ISIS is rulling big time… Read more »
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‘fled’? ‘left their military tools and weapons behind’? It sounds like ISIS got some satellite intel that Peshmerga was staging for an offensive and was about to bitch slap ISIS into a stupor.

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Syrians of eastern provinces, wake up! Turn against those turkish instructed intruders. This is what those “insurgents” have in mind for the whole region. They’ll take away your culture, your future, your prosperity, let alone your life. Stoneage was long gone, but looms at your doorsteps, again:
http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/42656.html

Fight!

Bestest

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Thanks Ziad for the updates and the wonderful history lesson.

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Question people need to ask is Who finance ISIS? Who Feeds them? WHo give them ammunition to fight? How they coordinate their well organized attacks.. ie.. who supply them with Satelite encrypted communication? IF US really wanted to Wipe ISIS.. he will declare sanctions against Turkey and Saudi Arabia because from there comes their supply lines. But instead US goes takes advantage of their middle east provoked war and sell weapons to “fight” ISIS. While at the same time Obama allies empty their jails from terrorist and give then an AK-47. SO is a big business Obama sells weapons ,… Read more »
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Jason
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I said it before and i’ll say it again, the US, Israel, rdogan, Barzani are all trying to bring forth a Kurdish state encompassing Iraq and Syria at first then Turkey and Iran shortly afterward. The whole ISIS business is simply to create a pretext for the US to hasten the development of the Kurdish state and provide the air umbrella needed for Barzani’s forces to claim control over all of Northern Iraq including Mosul and following that all of North Eastern Syria. What do you think the attacks on Al Hasakah by ‘ISIS’ were designed to do? Here’s a… Read more »
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Erdoghan wants a Kurdish state? Are you off your rocker or just ignorant of the situation?

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Wake up dude, Barzani is finished, PKK/PJAK Guerrillas & PUK Peshmergas are now in charge of security all over Erbil.

Also, if you are going to start up with your conspiracy theories at least polish them up a bit, no fucking one in the US-Israel axis want Rojava to separate from Syria, if Syrian Kurdistan ends up declaring independence it will be a standalone movement which will be harshly criticized by Erdogan and his US fuckbuddies, as they don’t want a safe haven for PKK all over hundreds of kilometers of Turkey’s borders.

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The Pkk is under Erdogan’s control, the head of this movement Karayilan is a known MIT agent of long years. In fact Erdogan is supporting separatism because he wants to be the master of the Kurdish areas in Turkey, Iraq, Iran and Syria. The Kurds need Turkey to transport their oil to world markets otherwise there is no feasible Kurdish state. One should read about the Turkish opposition parties who say that Erdogan is acting as the surrogate to bring forth a Kurdish state in the Middle East before saying ‘wake up dude’ or ‘are you off your rocker’ to… Read more »
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Oh boy, you’re worse than that pro-Assad guy who said ISIS was a plot made up by Russia and Iran.

But do tell me, if PKK&Karayilan are “turkish agents”, why both Barzani and Erdogan are upholding a blockade on Rojava and why in the world does PYD arrest PDK-S members everytime they attempt to enter? ffs, racist fascist propaganda on its finest.

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Barfly is finished? As long as that slimy sack of sh*t is alive, he’s dangerous.

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He’s right Paul. NATO has decided the Kurds need a state. Erdogan prefers that independent Kurdish State to be in Syria and Iraq. Wake up Paul, an independent Kurdish state in Syria and Iraq takes massive pressure of off Turkey. “If the Kurds want a state let them go to Kurdistan but Turkey will never be divided” is his message.

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Erdogan prefers an independent Kurdish State that is friendly to him, PYD and YPG are not and most probably will become a safe haven for separatist groups from Turkey, do you think Turkey switched from blocking any attempt of separatism at Iraq in 2003 to supporting independence just on a whim? No, it’s because they know Barzani will provide the two things they need: oil and PKK heads in a silver platter if the peace process ends up going wrong. Turkey would’ve supported an independent Rojava if KDP-S had managed to get control over it, but with PYD making the… Read more »
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A kurdish state in Syria and Iraq only is correct, but never in Turkey, never ever.

CHEVI789
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Sorry Jason, erDOGan will never allow a kurdish state, he wants his Ottoman empire even if it kills everyone else.

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It is time for Merkel to get off of the phone and send in the German Army paratroopers and engineers to seize the Mosul Dam to prevent it from being blown. I cannot understand Germany anymore. Instead of attacking Putin it needs to attack a real problem. No time now to wait for the EU which has become as effective as the United Nations. ISIS will blow the dam up if they realize they cannot win and kill thousands. The western countries seem like they are drugged and unable to do anything that requires courage. Someone must act.
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Manfred, you must be German , so you must know that Germany like US, Britain, AUS, CAN, etc. is nothing but a Zionist Puppet state, Merkel or any other German leader will do no such thing, they will follow the zio script to the hilt.

Manfred
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It is ironec that ISIS ultimately wants the extermination of the Israeli-Zionist state.

CHEVI789
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Manfred, ISIS might want the destruction of israel but they will not get anywhere near it, the minute they try they will be obliterated by the zionist run mafia, WW3 will see the end of the zionist state, mark my words, even with all their nukes they are gone.

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How many attacks on the settler state did IS perform already? Or on Jews outside Israel? Did they do anything at all?

Arklight
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Nobiolitatis: None, of which I’m aware. ISIS kills everybody else, so why are they leaving Israel, and Jews in general alone? Hmmmm.

Canthama
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The article below from moonofalabama is somehow troublesome. ISIS has turned to be a master fo surprises, they got through some easy picks such as Mosul and many other cities in Iraq. In Syria I could say they have been 50/50% successful, gaining and losing, the vast majority of gains from fellow rats. One thing is true in the article, many rats are shifing sides and going for money with ISIS, this has increased their ratpower and responds to their fast growth in area domination. Some recent activities trying to clear the way in Hasaka, Raqqa and on going intra… Read more »
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The article you linked gave me chills..

Anonymous
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Nothing but ill-informed fear mongering. This guy is agreeing with McCain and seems unaware his involvement in the whole thing. His sources are mostly social media and are unreliable. Don’t worry the SAA has things under control.

Canthama
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Anon, I agree with you, I also pointed out that most of ISIS victories in Syria where against other rats, some victories against small isolated SAA garrisons, I am yet to see any ISIS victory heads on against the SAA in a frontline battle, my guess is that they avoid it because they know they have no chances, even after the so called many weapons they got which I am yet to see in use. So I hold very little chances for ISISs in a heads on against the SAA, though their actions lately and article rational make sense. ISIS… Read more »
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The old joke: ‘Ladies and gentlemen, this aircraft is wholly automated and computerized. there is no crew. We will be flying at 35 thousand feet, and expect to land at LAX in an hour and twenty minutes. Relax and enjoy the flight and don’t worry, nothing can go wrong (click)-go wrong (click) go wrong – -‘

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C: I’ve been following Moon for a long time, and it’s usually either dead on the dime or so close that it makes no difference.

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I follow the blog too, and this time I believe Mr.B’s article is DUMB. My reply to some of what he wrote: B wrote: “Colonel Pat Lang remarks: Today I am told that DoD has decided that the IS force is themost capable non-Israeli army in the ME. pl” Hmmm… what utter nonsense. For one thing the israeli army is HIGHLY overrated. They were defeated by circa 3/5000 Hezb militiamen in 2006, which did not even call its reserves and kept its most elite fighters for a decisive battle along the Litani. Which never took place because the israeli pussies… Read more »
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Hi Luca, this is indeed a very complex subject, but I do share most of your conclusions. I rate ISIS as an effective gang but not as an army, they did have successes, the fast majority against FSA, Nusra and IF in Der Ez Zor, Raqqa and eastern Aleppo province. I am not saying those rats were easy picking, some fights were fierce but I would dare to say a high percentage ended up with rats switching sides which made conquering cities so much easier. It did give an impression of an invensible army but they were low hanging fruits… Read more »
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Well, Canthama, I guess we’ll find out. It ain’t over ’til the fat lady sings.

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Hey Canthama, we have to work with very fragmentary info. The msm media is garbage and a lot of alternative media are either controlled opposition or just simply not very accurate. From such info I gather that ISIS ‘victories’, even in Iraq, are overblown. Nothing new, old psy ops, outlets feeding this crap about how they are so invincible, so professional, people start buying into it, negatively affects the morale of those they are attacking; this stuff is being pushed by Gulf Arab(wahabi) media, I’m quite sure of it. As u have noted, what are all these ISIS’s wins? The… Read more »
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There is an attempt to an internal political coup in IRAQ.. By the President on the prime minister Maliki and with the full support of Obama Administration. They are indirectly saying that maliki needs to step down by supporting the President actions ,that have been blocking /delaying Maliki to participate again and become re-elected. Hope Russia and IRAN backup Maliki.. If he is removed ,IRAQ will lose all its democratic Institutions and will be a controlled by the US state department.. US – UK and France wants to intervene in IRAQ supposedly to combat ISIS.. but what really they will… Read more »
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As always, thanks to Ziad for the latest updates! I have a question for all the ‘armchair Generals’ out there who are currently trying to come to terms with the sweeping success of I.S/ISIS (whatever). In the Ukraine, the Militia’s command has a big problem – They are ‘acquiring’ vast amounts of sophisticated Ukie military hardware but most of it cannot be put to immediate use because they do not have trained men to operate it. Even the Ukie Government has the same problem with the massive amounts of sophisticated US/NATO weapons being supplied to them (Vineyard of the Saker)… Read more »
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The Answers remains in the inmense information and contacts the Intelligence Agencies has, the ISIS is made from the Iraqui Intelligency Agency, all the torture, killing and propaganda “modus operanti” only comes from one type of military men, INTELLIGENCE. I´am 100% sure most of those ISIS operatives ar foreign with some or full military training and a lot of fanatic indictrination. That could explain their early successes, in the other side the anti-ISIS forces (Iraqui military especially) most of the raw recruits simply dont have the will to fight and simply flee or got AWOL. The ISIS is the first… Read more »
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Another point, as I remember The ISIS is the first non-national/ non-etnical/non-political ideological mopvement to try to make a state from other states borders. And the Ukranian Army setbacks are more simple to explain, partly because they have a inmense amount of Soviet Era equiptement but dont have a Profesional Fighting force to use them. Only assesing from equiptement numbers adquired, its delusional. (This happends when assesing the military rankings of the Top ten Militaries) Most of the Ukraninan Soldiers simply dont want to fight this war in Donbass, or simply feels that nothing good comes from that conflict against… Read more »
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Hi, Dany. You can add to the Ukies’ troubles the known facts that their units in the field are not receivng supplies of rations or ammuition, they are not getting paid, and a fair number of the military volunteers have timed out, and should have been home months ago. In the early days of Ukie military operations in Donbas, an entire unit surrendered simply because the women of the town fixed a huge breakfast for these kids who had been deployed with no rations at all. You probably remember that when Crimea first got going, an entire regiment of Ukie… Read more »
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Oz: there is, archived, a tactical map for Aleppo which displays ISIS’ dispositions in the immediate area. From that it was clear to me that ISIS’ command structure has more competent military professionals in it than you would think a rag-tag gang of thugs would have. ISIS has enough funding to hire about anybody who will work for them, so I’ve no doubt that ISIS has a fairly large stable of heavy weapons specialists, missileers and training cadre to produce a broadly based ground military. They also have CIA and MI6, reportedly, in the field with them; I’m sure you… Read more »
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Laugh yourself silly … or puke in disgust? The choice is yours, after you read…
http://www.wnd.com/2014/08/hand-of-god-sent-missile-into-sea/

What can you do with them? Really?

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LOL

What else do you expect from a evangelical Christsian, far right mouthpiece like WND? You might as well get your news from Mad magazine or better yet, the Onion.

Nini
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The Guy in the Photo looks so peaceful. I wonder who will miss him , His mother , brother , sister , wife , Kids or his ISIS buddies .
I wish so much to see the other side , When a SAA mother loses a son or a mercenaries mother loses a son.

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No es por nada, pero el El ejercito Sirio esta sufriendo muy fuertes perdidas en sus ultimas posiciones en Raqqah Esto es solo una parte de lo que he visto hay decenas y decenas de muertos estimo que más de 200 Si los rusos no mejoran en serio el equipamiento del ejército Sirio las bajas y reveses del Estado Sirio se van a incrementar más perdiendo la ventaja en el terreno que tienen hasta el momento Parece que nos estamos acercando al momento clave del conflicto sirio. Aunque eran muchos, hasta ahora el ejercito sirio solo tuvo que enfrentarse a… Read more »
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Estoy de acuerdo sobre la imporancia de Aleppo, pero no estoy de acuerdo que el SAA fue inepto durante la batalla en Brigade 93. Brigade 93 es muy cerca de Raqqah – ve el programa en Vice para ver la distancia entre la ciudad y el frente.

https://news.vice.com/video/the-islamic-state-part-1

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ok…pero por muy cerca que este, déjale las cosas difíciles al invasor, no le dejes todo ese armamento como regalo, o sea que tenga bombas escondidas si mueven algo…minar el lugar como mínimo, y no “lleguen y pasen, son bienvenidos, les tenemos de regalo varios tanques”.

Tengo esa extraña sensación, que se iniciara pro parte del Estado Islámico un tremendo contrataque sobre Alepo, con todo el armamento pesado que han capturado el ultimo tiempo, y si sucede esto va ser un verdadero matadero.

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Eugenio, no lo creo, las pérdidas en las últimas semanas son mínimas, non son pérdidas estratégicas, las bases son bases sin soporte y apoyo por lo menos hacen 3 años, y en el caso de de la base 121 en Hasaka los Sirios ya la tomaran de nuevo, las otras dos bases, pocos soldados fueram muertos, solo uns poucos para que la grande mayoria lograsen vivir. Tranquilo que los sirios van muy bien, lo mas critico ya hay pasado en los ultimos 12 meses, la conquista de la la espina critical desde Daraa hasta Hama, nos falta seguir en la… Read more »
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He’s right about Alepo though C – even though it’s not imminent, if the government lost Aleppo it would be an unmitigated disaster. ISIS is knocking on the eastern door of Aleppo right now.

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Yep Paul, the SAA seems to have the upper hand there though and lets be frank, ISIS never faced SAA heads on, only against small garrisons of sieged places, heads on fight will tell whether ISIS can really threaten Syria or not. My best guess is that they are not ready to do so nor they have the guts to do so. Aleppo city and most of of surrounded towns that are in rat hands, are indeed with Nusra, IF and what is left from the bankrupted FSA, ISIS will have to face them and there is always a chance… Read more »
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Canthama, ISIS is a very, very dangerous enemy. I suspect that its appearance of being overstretched is because available supply and re-inforcement is being sent to Syria, where ISIS is staging for a major offensive on Aleppo. ISIS keeps noodling around in Iraq as a distraction, and are letting the motley rats take the heat around Aleppo. We should soon see, since if they want to make a move they need to do it soon, before winter. It’s becoming increasingly clear that ISIS command is experienced, professional and very competent; it is also very clear that ISIS is getting very… Read more »
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I do agree with you an Arklight.

However for a serious assault ISIS cannot just drive into Aleppo without save supply lines, a buffer territory in their back and even a rather large reserve to aid the assault if needed.

SAA should think about moving towards Kweiris Airbase and Deir Hafir. This would give a bit of a flank to the north and also threaten a breakthrough against Maskanah or in the direction of Manbij in their back.

cheers
J

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Watcher, you know what…this is exactly what I believe it is hapening right now, in the last few days Ziad and other sites have brought info on fierce fights between Aleppo International airport, Kuweyres base and Dayr Hafir city and plains, I think this is still the SAA original plan to link Kuweyres/Dayr Hair and Maskaneh, that would completely protect SAA south/southeast flank in Aleppo, leaving east/northeast to fight ISIS near Aleppo in case it is their plan.

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La diferencia es..que era el Estado Islamico o ISIS hace 1 año….prácticamente nada, uno mas del montón, y con todo el desastre causado en Irak,,,,,tienen armamento de sobra para producir un contrataque de proporciones..Alepo o Bagdad, son mis dos opciones, el primero para debilitar el animo de las tropas sirias, o el segundo, dar el golpe de gracia.

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Watcher: SAA and SAAF have been engaging the enemy directly at al Bab,,Deir Hafir and a bunch of villes the names of which I don’t recall, off hand. I just don’t understand why people think that ISIS would be staging in Syria, because it makes no sense. Pretend you’re the enemy, about to mount a huge offensive but you have to prepare. You have your objective determined upon, but have to marshal your forces somewhere comparatively secure so – – are you going to stage in country where you can get a five day long, 24 hrs. shitstorm dumped on… Read more »
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It is possible that President Assad does not have enough soldiers and hence the problems with the lack of progress in the war. I wonder if volunteers from Iraq will be in Syria after shares of ISIS.
No soldiers is probably the base when it comes to the lack of progress in the war on TEROR

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Tolo, there is no lack of progress at all, from last year’s same time the SAA had : 1) victory in Al Qusayr region 2) Liberated Homs and 95% of Homs province, 3) Fought in Lattakia and held several terrorists waves there, incluing fending off a major rat offensive in Kesab early 2014 which had all the help from Turkish Government, basically Lattakia is 98% rat free. 4) the SAA had an extremely succesful campaign in the critical Al Qalamoun region, basically sealing out all terrorists crossing from Lebanon, 98% of this region is rat free 5) SAA liberated most… Read more »
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Thanks for providing us that amazing list of SAA victories over the last year Canthama. The Syrian people are lucky to have you on their side.

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Sigo pensando que deben cerrar algún frente, son muchos frentes abiertos, un pequeño ejemplo…cuantos frentes abiertos tenia Alemania en 1941-1942…cerro alguno??. NO…si cierran como corresponde el de Al Qalamoun, ya que dime como paso esa tremenda cantidad de ratas a combatir el Libano?,

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Justamiente por no tener control del otro lado de la frontera, pero las cosas cambiaran con el ejercito Libanes enfretando las ratas, finalmente. Hay que pensar que el Qalamoun tenia sus fronteras abiertas para las rats y ahora esta 98% cerrado, estoy seguro que mucho mejor de se lidar de esta forma. Pero tienes un punto que es muy valido, si las SAA no manejarem bien las fronteras entoces las cosas vuelven para tras rapidamiente. Entiende Ingles para que otros podan enter lo que escribo ?

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Totally off subject, are you a Portuguese speaker C?

Canthama
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Yep, Brazilian.

Canthama
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It is a good point, this is exactly what the SAA is doing by not going after the eastern side of Syria now, they are trying to clean all western, south and north before moving east. They have very few options not to face the enemy in thos 3 regions, the SAA must do it and face it in all 3 fronts or risk collapsing somewhere which will be harder to liberate in the future, the west is almsot done with Qalamou, Qusayr, Homs, Lattakia quite sealed, figth remains in Hama, Idlib and of course Aleppo. On the South the… Read more »
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Chevi the cunt and Arkshit the ziorat. What a lovely couple indeed. Are you two boyfriends in real life? You both seem to have no real life of your own.

What does these two have in common? They don’t really give a bloody hoot about Arabs. One of them even sees the Palestinians as “Stateless Arabs”.

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New strategy troll? As Ziad credibility is beyond doubt, now this troll point away. I keep thinking that the Saudis, Turks, Americans, Zionists and Qatari may have much money, but that does not guarantee them to buy good brain troll, at least in SYRPER all trolls I see are stupid

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I notice the trolls here seem to have a similar profile. Clearly possessing numerous extra chromosomes, ultra low IQ, ass backwards view of the world – and quick to project their own failings on others.

They do deserve a hand though – for being able to function with such a truly remarkably discombobulated genome.

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Cataro: Do you really expect top quality help for $25 a day and a bag of home grown?

Arklight
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Hey, Skunk, yo’ mama calling you back to bed – – something about laying pipe? Are you an out of work wanna be plumber?

Anonymous
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Asslight, stick to Syria comments please. Spare us your true nature.

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Love it, this faggot has multiple accounts, i’ll bet you a million he even comes on here and supports his other accounts trying to make it like someone actually agrees with him…lol.

Arklight
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Hit a nerve, eh Anon? I’ll bet yo Mama’s ugly and dresses you funny.

Anonymous
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Arklight, you are a lowlife.

CHEVI789
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Hey Arklight, when “anon” aka mentat aka Shenk etc was born they slapped his mother and not him…lol

CHEVI789
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lmfao, wooohooo, i got up this faggots nose, Shenk you are nothing but a zionist rat, if you even bothered to read my posts ahole i have said that the whole arab nations will get together one day, just have to wait for the right leaders who will not bow to anyone else’s needs but the arabs, and your Caliphate is not going to happen regardless of what is happening today, you are either one of 2, an IDF troll or a fake sunni ( otherwise called a salafist).

Arklight
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Thank you, Anon; lowlife means low class, right? How many magnitudes of improvement over no class, which is you?

Anonymous
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Exposed!: Arklight and Chevi are the same person because it can’t be possible that this website has attracted like flies to shit more than one of “That Guy” – aka. the biggest douchebag from junior high still telling mama jokes.

Anonymous
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“Lowlife” has nothing to do with a person’s socio-economic status, it means a person with no values, decency or moral compass, which is you.

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Russia sending aid convoy to Ukraine despite Western warnings of invasion pretext
By Adrian Croft and Sergei Karpukhin

BRUSSELS/DONETSK Mon Aug 11, 2014 1:24pm EDT

(Reuters) – President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Russia is sending an aid convoy to eastern Ukraine despite urgent Western warnings against using humanitarian help as a pretext for an invasion.

http://www.reuters.com/places/russia

P&P
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It would be meaningful when all the wary
Syrian patriotic social-network-members
would at least take part at – vk.com – too.
At least its not undermined by the enemy
of Syria.
And you can join without beeing frisked
by Koscha Nostril daggers.
The Internet behavior of Syrian sides
have a touch of an oxymoron conundrum.

I.e: One of the very few sides where to get
correct and actualised front news from New Russia.
As it looks like for members on a non-jewish
and not diturbed face-book alternative.

http://vk.com/id252480377

Canthama
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Tks for the link, very nice indeed.

Arklight
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P&P: How do you get it to display in English? I do English pretty well – – Russian? Not so much.

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US Secretary of Defense says ‘new world order being built’

A new world order is being built that no one country can dictate,
suggests US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, while also assessing USA’s
action against Islamic State.

Source: 7.30 (ABC)

Read more at http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=c8b_1407757037#ZHCdDuCe8PGbtlEb.99

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Forward to 11.44 to hear NWO comment.

Arklight
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No surprise. New World Odors have come and gone since the serpent swindled Eve. Some of them almost made it – –

P&P
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Hopefully he will end like this teacher.

Isis suicide bombing instructor blows up his own class by accident

Unfortunately 21 only but a good example to be followed by others.

In reality this news hotty is already six months old
but with the new US bomming it typical for propaganda.

Therefore the link is giving some other insightful up to-date news.

http://weaselzippers.us/

P&P
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The ESEL travelling terror and chaos circus
is now bizzy bizzy in Bagdad.

Quote:
From a reliable source on Twitter and ISIS itself.
The group has declared that they are aiming to seize
the capital of Iraq as it is thrown into chaos due to Prime
Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s apparent coup. Foreigners, including
the US Embassy staff have fled the city. ISIS appears to be pulling
forces away from the Kurdish front facing the Iraqi government in Baghdad.

http://thepunditpress.com/2014/08/11/urgent-isis-declares-battle-for-baghdad-has-begun/

Arklight
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P&P; It’s possible, but I don’t think so.

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see link for one of erdogan’s fellow palace eunuch’s unleashing a helium infused jeremiad

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=7af_1407773029

LOL warning.

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Lavrov calls the West to fight terrorism in Syria as Britain tables a UN Resolution to fight ‘terrorism’ in both Syria and Iraq. This is not only highly suspicious and coordinated but it once again highlights the Putin mafia as being hand in hand with their Western ‘partners’ against the Syrian nation. There is a plan to hit Syria under the banner of ‘fighting terrorism’ in the region, once again the idea is to allow NATO planes the ‘legal and moral’ cover to fly over and conduct whatever airstrikes they see fit in this battle against ‘terrorism’. It will be… Read more »
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Jason – – I really hate it when you blither. Slow down, collect your thoughts, and present them in a logical manner; I know you can, because you’ve done it before.

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Whats up with IRAN? They now are apparently backing US goals to remove from power maliki and get a new prime minister.. IT is me or IRAN will betray Russia and Syria ? Now IRAN is calling for building a new pipeline to counter the Russia one.. No idea what is happening in IRAN but so far don’t like what they doing. http://rt.com/news/179564-iraq-prime-minister-maliki/ The president of IRAQ is also seeking to replace Maliki as PM ,and to select a puppet of the west instead. What will happen in IRAQ soon is important to monitor.. because an attempt to a soft… Read more »
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Iran and Syria have proven themselves to be extremely loyal allies against all odds and in the face of enormous western pressure: First, when Syria defied all the Arab states and stuck by Iran during the Iran-Iraq war. Secondly, it is beyond question that Iran has stuck by Syria throughout this NATO and Arab monarch conspiracy. I have seen no reason to expect that to change

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Anon: I doubt it will. the pipeline another nameless poster was complaining about had been agreed between Iran, Iraq and Syria years ago, and construction begun. Syria keeps working away on it, but I don’t know the current status. Uncle Shitheel about went ballistic when construction started, but it’s none of his business, anyway.

Arklight
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Okay, so – – if Ban Ki Moon loves this guy, Biden loves this guy, Obama loves this guy, then he has to be a certified Uncle Shitheel bitch, and the worst thing for Iraq since the Medes and the Persians rolled into town. The only thing wrong with Malikk is that once he figured out that DC had played him like a cheap Kazoo, he set about righting as much as he could, buying real weapons, arresting military commanders and putting out absentee warrants for about 50 of ’em. Abadi must have already been sucking on whatever Obama had… Read more »