NATO TERRORISTS SQUASHED IN IDLIB

 

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IDLIB:

Al-Ya’qoobiyyaNear the intractably sectarian city of Jisr Al-Shughoor, the SAA killed 9 Nusra rodents with only one having Syrian citizenship. I have no names.

 

Ma’ar-Shooreen:  SAA killed 3 Nusra creeps and arrested 8 others:

  • Hussayn Badraan
  • Ibraaheem Al-Qalyoobi (EGYPTIAN INTESTINAL PARASITE)

I have no other names.

 

Ma’rrat Al-Nu’maan:  The razor’s edge is coming closer to the last remaining vermin who defiled the great poet’s birthplace and tomb.  Yesterday, SAA artillery scored some hits, but, I have no details.

 

Dayreeni:  Fighting with no details.

 

بينهم شيشاني وليبي.. مقتل عدد من الإرهابيين وتدمير أوكار لهم في ريف إدلب

 

 

Fighting also reported here: West Al-Nayrab, Qumaynaas, Mar’uyyaan, Kafr Haayaa.

 

Binnish:  Confirmed 21 terrorists killed along with 40 propane canisters they were rigging to explode.

 

West Idlib City:  22 rats confirmed killed with 39 wounded or taken prisoner in a magnificent operation which apparently had been planned for days.  2 vans carrying mortars were also destroyed by SAA and NDF:

  • Muraad ‘Abdul-Daa`em
  • Muhammad Khayreddeen
  • Salaah Zu’anni
  • Radhwaan Al-Khaleel
  • Shukri Faadhel

No other names were listed.

 

Al-Judayda:  North rural area.  SAA killed 11 rodents from Nusra.  One was a Libyan:

Abu Usaamaa Al-Leebi (Id pending. LIBYAN BARBARY APE PUSTULE)

 

Al-Shughur Village in the Jisr Al-Shughoor area: Nusra hit again with 6 Chechens reportedly killed including a leader by the name of:

Abu-Baybars Al-Sheeshaani (Id pending)

 

Fighting also reported in: Haaj Hammood Farms, Hallooz, Al-Sirmaaniyya and Qatroon.

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Fighting in these areas:  ‘Unq Al-Hawaa, Umm Hawaadeed Village, Umm Al-Reesh, Al-Shindaakhiyya, Al-Qunaytraat, Al-Shaa’er Mountain at the SyriaTel center, Al-Farhaaniyya, ‘Ayn Hussayn, Ruhoom, Umm Al-Reesh, Mas’ada.

 

Northeast Tadmur (Palmyra): The SAA destroyed a van loaded with rodents.  Once the flames were put out, there were 9 incinerated carcasses of vermin inside.  No names available.

 

The noose is tightening around Talbeesa and the enemy knows it.  There are no routes for resupply. Negotiations for the surrender of an entire pack of Nusra rodents are underway.

 

‘Ayn Hussayn in the Talbeesa area:  6 dead Nusra rats with no names.

 

Umm SharshoohCompletely under the control of SAA.  An attempted assault on an SAA strongpoint was repulsed.  No details about rat fatalities.

 

Al-Rastan: At the Al-Hussayn Mosque, a reported 4 vermin were sent packing to Satan’s Hostel in Hell:

 

Kafr Naan:  An attempted infiltration from Al-Ghajar and Hawsh Taaleb was a disaster.  SAA killed an undisclosed number of rodents.

 

Fighting reported here: Al-Ghajar, ‘Izzeddeen,  Al-Sa’an in Talbeesa, South of Al-Qaryatayn.   

 

 

تدمير آليات وعربات مزودة برشاشات واستهداف أوكار للإرهابيين في ريف حمص

Al-‘Uthmaan Farms:  In the direction of Jabbooreen/Umm Sharshooh, a pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed and all 4 terrorists killed.

 

Tal Al-Sanaasil:  2 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed and 2 vans loaded with rats put to flames. I have no names.

 

Ayn Al-Danaaneer:  An attempted assault on a military checkpoint from the area of Al-‘Aamiriyya failed miserably.  5 confirmed dead rats.  No other details.

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david
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ziad, do you think the situation in iraq could lead to the bombing of syria? all seems like a set up? what would syria do under those circumstances? how much control does isis have over syrian territory? is a caliphate possible?

Canthama
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Good to see you back, we are missing your anwsers to comments and more news.

Arklight
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Yeah, David! What C said!

ameer
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Post-Elections wars of Attrition In the first 18 months of the conflict militants of several causes took control over a lot of towns and land surrounding them. By the end of that period they aligned themselves and established fault lines between themselves depending on causes and aspirations. The second 18 months saw the SAA liberate many areas; from opening roads to Aleppo and liberating large areas around it to liberating Hims and the entire Qalamoun region. Also, the SAA stopped any advances by any militants in the southern front and kept Dair Al-Zor in contact with the rest of Syria.… Read more »
MZ
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Well…SAA still hasn’t managed to seal off the borders with Turkey and Jordan, let alone the Syrian-Iraqi border. This allows the terrorists to freely move in and out of Syria and despite the best efforts of the SAA the current military situation is at best status quo. Or maybe not, considering the fact that SAA base near Al Raqqa has just been overrun by ISIL, and this might not be the last ISIL advance. SAA has limited number of troops available while ISIL is constantly being supplied with the extremists from the whole world. Maybe Russia and Iran should aid… Read more »
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Russia is upgrading and maintanining the syrian airforce (If it wasn’t for russia syrian air force won’t be flying anymore) russia also sent large amounts of weapons too
Iran trained NDF and supplied syria with drones which are needed to gain valuable intel
Iran also sent basiji and IRGC forces to syria and they even recruited militas from the muslim world for assad

Arklight
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That’s good news, S: can you provide us with any links? Thanks.

Arklight
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MZ: The Division 17 base, near Raqqah, was not overrun, it was abandoned by the battalion of SAA remaining at the base. The rear guard lost 35 troops in the operation. All of the world’s military combined do not have enough troops to ‘seal off’ the borders you listed. I will agree, however, that the regular crossing points, which can carry heavy transport, should have been restored to Syrian control. YPG is doing more than its part, though. The two I’m most concerned about are the bab al Hawa and bab al Salame crossings into Idlib province from Turkey. The… Read more »
Canthama
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Ameer, that is a hell of a nice summary of current situation in Syria. Well done.

Arklight
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Good post, Ameer.

cranialnerve
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War of attrition is the word. Have a look here, at what a true American Zionist thinks about it all, it’s not so far off if you take into consideration the entirely different viewpoint (“if we had crushed Iran in time, all this wouldn’t have happened”). It’s “blow ’em away” Spengler at the asia times…
http://atimes.com/atimes/Middle_East/MID-01-120814.html
Three million need to die, he says – two generations have to kill each other off, then there will be peace. What sort of peace ? Well…

Arklight
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The ‘peace of the grave’, Cranial, is all that Uncle Shitheel has to offer. If it’s any comfort, we’ll go down, too.

Flanders
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“Note: Al-Raqqa is in its own category and the SAA does not need to do battles there for a while – just keep as many soldiers as possible away from harm an avoid large battles.” I largely agree with what you wrote, but this also means Deir ez-Zor will fall, probably before the end of the year. The IS cutt off the land supply route some time ago which makes that Deir ez-Zor now also completely surrounded. No gains were made by the SAA during the IS/FSA/Nusrats and whatever in fighting which makes me think that the troops stationed there… Read more »
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Flanders: Raqqah will keep for now, its only real strategic importance is the road nexus and river crossing. I’m not sure that it is in its own category, other than being the seat of the ‘Caliphate’, but that’s an individual preference in terminology. Division 17 is a reserve division, and there was only about a battalion left in the camp just before it was abandoned. Judging from other scraps on information, I guess that Division 17 was a combination replacement depot and recuperation station, but I don’t know this for certain. I don’t think that Deir ez-Zor will fall. The… Read more »
Arklight
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Sorry, Flanders; in the second paragraph for ‘roads from the east/, read ‘roads from the west’.

Anonymous
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I hope everyone here finally understands the magnitude of not confronting ISIS head on sooner rather than later. If Baghdad falls to ISIS, then then the whole region will be “F-ed”. Assad’s apocalyptic warnings of terrorists harming the nations that supported it would become a reality. Everything seems to be riding now on what Al-Mailiki is going to do next? Start a Civil War? Or make a peaceful transition? A Civil war in Iraq (Shia fighting Shia) would give ISIS the keys to Baghdad, with big repercussions in the Middle East and Syria. Am I the only one following these… Read more »
Arklight
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SAA and any Syrian rebels who are left might join up, but the rebels are not very good fighters, when you get right down to it. There might be more SAA baby sitting the rebels than fighting ISIS. In Iraq/Baghdad, we’ll see what al Sadr’s three divisions of well trained and heavily armed light infantry does. I doubt they’d leave the city gut, ISIS or not, I wouldn’t want to attack Baghdad.

P&P
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I don’t know how ranks are evaluated
for members here and by whom.
However when a [Level 8 – Legatus Legionis]
is using the rebel euphemism when the headlines
explicit states “NATO TERRORISTS” a fetid sayanim odor rises.

Those stinking rats all together are even less NATO than
Nazo second hand payed brain-damaged wanna-die
pseudo-religious instrumentalized terror-fucktards,
for nutting of use for Syria.
Nutting beside digging hundred km-tunnels below
zio-palaver-huts to blow them all up and shutting up forever.

Arklight
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P&P: Usually your posts are fairly clear but this one? Not so much. You and Jason share the characteristic that sometimes you blither when your keyboard outpaces your intellect. Please slow down, organize your thoughts, and repost. Thank you.

Arklight
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P&P: I think I’ve finally figured out what you’re getting at. Point #1: Syrian nationals who are hooked up with any of the motley rat outfits are, in fact, in armed rebellion against their own country, thus rebels. Point #2: Hyperbolic rhetoric is Ziad’s style, and it takes come getting used to. ‘NATO Terrorists’ is a rather iffy term, but consider that US, UK and Turkey are all NATO members and are in this bloody business right up to their filthy pencil necks. NATO, the organization, is not involved, just the individual countries. Your second paragraph is where you went… Read more »
Flanders
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I hope they have learned to wear their berets properly by now. The first parades I saw were clownesk. A lot of huff and puff doesn’t mean they can and will fight. We will see.

That the US is arming the Kurds and bombing IS is already telling as well. They don’t seem to think much of the Iraqi army. And they would know: they killed Iraq as a nation and trained that puppet army!

Arklight
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Arklight

Well, Flounder, back to your normal miserable drivel?

Ozsceptic
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News from your man in occupied Australia: “Top U.S. and Australian officials have signed a deal that expands American air and naval presence in northern Australia. The agreement was inked Tuesday during a visit to Sydney by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and Pentagon Chief Chuck Hagel …The deal will put 2,500 more US Marines in Darwin by 2017.” This was not debated or voted on in Parliament. The people not consulted, but average Aussie only interested in getting revenge on them dirty Russians for murdering Aussies, sending our brave lads off to Iraq ASAP to bash them ISIS… Read more »
Arklight
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Oz: I suppose Kerry and Hagel were telling your PM that Australia owes America big time for saving them from the Japanese? Or, ‘We’ve been a strategic partnership for so long that your business sector has gotten rich off Yankee dollars – – we’d hate to see that end, but – – ‘ Uncle Shitheel could not possibly, in his wildest dreams, defend two percent of the bitches he’s swindled. Uncle is only interested in Aussie resources such as gold, uranium, bauxite and so on, not to mention the East Timor Sea gas (which Australia already has a – –… Read more »
Arklight
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According to RT, Spain and Poland want somebody to pay them for their produce prohibited Russian markets; they couldn’t wait to sign on to the USSA sanctions, of course. Let that be a lesson to other countries, no matter where you are: Being Uncle Shitheel’s bitch isn’t all Chanel #5, bubble baths and satin sheets – – one day you’ll you’ll suffer for your choice and when that day comes, PLEASE! do NOT snivel and whine.

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Whining poles can. They have a strong communes in USA and in England and thus lobing. Hungarians would have thought. Poles are France’s largest farm subsidies. That is why it is so. Their economy is dependent on agriculture. Eg aluminum in the Czech Republic is engaged in agriculture 3% of the population. Poland about 30%. Cancellation penalties Poles do not want. Want a compensation for no export (without work).

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Alan Berger, Czech Republic

Hungarians yelps. He does not think so.

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Alan Berger, Czech Republic

Hungarians no yelps. He does not think so.

Arklight
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Hi, Alan. The Poles had their Russian market for apples kicked out from under them before the sanctions because of excessive pesticide residue, and too much nitrate. Well, along came the sanctions and Poland thought it was home and dry because US or EU would pick up the tab for the unsold fruit. No joy there, so now they’re trying to swindle Belarus into buying the stuff. Spain is crying and whining, too; I expect others to reach for hankies and US taxpayer’s wallets as well. Now EU is trying to con Latin America into not trading with the Russians,… Read more »
Canthama
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It is beyond apples and fruits, Poles will get hurt with pork and beef big time, this will be more severe than apples. Poland GDP is heavy dependent in ag products, some say 30%, and Russia was a great outlet for it, prices will get down, farmers will suffer, it will be a bad 2014 and 2015 for Poland, they have asked for it with the active help to Ukies and the hardest line in EU against Russia.

Nobilitatis
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Sanctions are not working one-way. Whether issued by Russia or by EU or USA.

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