MORE TOWNS FREED BY SYRIAN ARMY IN HAMA; SAA ADVANCES IN ALEPPO

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HAMA:  There can be no doubt any longer that the morale of organizations like Jabhat Al-Nusra, Jaysh Al-Islam, Jabhat Al-Islam, Ahraar Al-Shaam and the Ittihad Al-Islaami li-Ajnaad Al-Shaam is at rock bottom.  SyrPer is confirming to its readers that the SAA is literally “rolling over” the mostly foreign rodents around the northern rural area of Hama.  Yesterday, the MoD announced the liberation of Al-Qusay’iyya, Shar’aayaa, Tal Al-Samsaam and all high points west of Teebat Al-Imaam.  Not so amazingly, of the hundreds of rat carcasses assessed by security forces, almost all are foreigners.  This means that the Amnesty Program, the rewards offered by the Syrian security agencies, the disillusionment of many terrorists and the massive defeats suffered by the rat groups have all taken a substantial toll leaving the remaining rodents with not even a fig leaf made in Syria.  This is never was a civil war – it’s a foreign invasion.

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ALEPPO:

The Jihad in Aleppo is a flop.  The situation there is finally improving markedly for the population and the proof is in the large numbers of displaced Aleppans in Latakia going back to restart their businesses.  Here are the areas of battle starting from last night back to September 4, 2014:

Hameema:  3 pickups with 23mm cannon destroyed.  All 11 rats aboard were killed:

Mustafaa Al-Ahdab

Bahjaat Qassqass

The rest were all non-Syrians.

 

Rityaan:  1 pickup with 23mm cannon and 1 van were destroyed.  The SAA killed all passengers and seized light weapons and ammo for distribution to the NDF for killing Wahhabists.

 

Fighting on September 11, 2014 here: Al-Raashideen Quarter, W. Al-Nayrab AB, Layramoon, Jubb ‘Ali, Qasr Al-Malaadhi, Kafr Naahaa, Al-Ashrafiyya Quarter, Al-Baab, Kafr Jamraa, Qubtaan Al-Jabal, Khaan Toomaan, Al-Raamoosa, Old City, Maari’, Huraytaan.

 

September 5, 2014:  Fighting here: Khaan Al-‘Asal, Taadef, North Tal Jeehaan, Southwest Akhraareen (ISIS held), Kafr Naahaa, ‘ANADAAN, Hanaanu, Al-Sukkari Q, Tal Sha’eer, Bustaan Al-Qasr, Al-Naasiriyya, Reetaan, Manbij, Dayr Haafer, East Khanaasser, Shaykh Ahmad, Sulaymaan Al-Halabi, Binyameen, Kafr Hamraa, Al-Jandool, Al-Raashideen, Baabees, Shaamer, ‘Ibteen, Ataareb, Kafr Karmeen, Umm Al-Quraa west of Al-Shahbaa` Dam, Taadef, Al-Mansoora.

 

Sharbaa’ and Abu Qalqal:  3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  Entire pack made up of Chechens and Daghestaanis.

 

Layramoon Roundabout:  2 pickups carrying foreign Nusra vermin were vaporized.

 

SalaahuddeenA pack of foreign hyenas were annihilated when their truck was hit by an SAA RPG.

 

Jandool Roundabout and Tishreen Dam:  8 trucks were destroyed. I have no details.    

 

September 4, 2014:

Fighting reported here: Al-Baab, Turkmaan Baarih, Abu Jabbaar, Al-Mallaah Properties, Al-Raamoosa, Sulaymaan Al-Halabi, Al-Ashrafiyya, Layramoon, Al-A’zhamiyya, Al-Raashidiyya.

 

Aleppo-Hama Highway:  A convoy of cars near Al-Zurba was destroyed.  No details.


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Amnesty was a brilliant stategic move to consolidate the country in order to isolate and fight the foreign enemy.

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The time is near that other countries in the world will start sanctioning the USA if the nation will do things against international law. The more the nation loses its moral and economic power, the more it will stand alone.

By the way great news that Turkey and Jordan don’t like to join the US coalition to fight ISIS (read fight Assad). UK and Germany definitely won’t fight ISIS. (Assad)

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So, in reality, who fights ISIS?
Turkey does not appear to be a friend of Syria (in the true word meaning). Jordan neither. In the friend-enemy thinking ISIS and Turkey are allies against Syria. Where are the Kurds? Maybe time to arm the Kurds who are neglected by Western powers (like YPG)? The Iranian Kurds, which side do they join?

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@ Nobilitatis. First of all i am not an expert of all different groups and who funds who. I think ISIS was already a couple of years hidden within the Iraqi army. Which was build up by the americans. they were there like sleepercells. They get the sign to stand up together with corrupted colonels and take all the weapons and kill not corrupted soldiers and go to the oilfields and other places. Trained volunteers join them so they have considerable force. ISIS comando’s like of course to go to the oilfields in Kurdistan for the money. (Better go to… Read more »
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Iranian Kurds are Iranian first then Kurds. I myself can tell you this to be the fact.

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Joe gave you a thumbs UP–BUT Joe why would they want to fight the ones they support?They hide, wounded recover. etc.If they were to agree with the USA,the fighters are already in their countries and the guns would be aimed at the Turks etc.

What the Turks say out loud may not be true.As i was taught and always say “what goes round comes round”

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As usual the british media seems to be quiet about Syrian Arab Army advances and I am grateful for your news. I still pray to God that he will give the S.A.A. total victory, so women and children will have a future in Syria.

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so only Al-Lataminah left and Hama province will be fully liberated?

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The SAA still has to liberate the cities of Morek and Kfar Zita but this should be happening quite soon.

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The total liberation of Hama province will probably take time and not happen tomorrow.

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Does anyone know where these villages are Al-Qusay’iyya, Shar’aayaa, Tal Al-Samsaam, I cannot find them on a map.

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Maybe you should taken a look al the latest map of Peto Lucem. He is a tweep with clear and reliable mars. In his latest map of Hama, you’ll find Teebat al Imaan in the centre. In this post Zaid states the places are located west of Teebat al Imaan. I don’t knowes arabic, but by following the War on Syria i have learned that Tall/Tell means hill. So Tal al Samsaam is on a hill, west of the center of Peto Lucem map of Hama. Lots of difference spelling makes it sometimes a bit difficult to follow everything. Greetings… Read more »
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I am busy creating the Homs/Hama map. It’s not finished yet, but you will find first two places on it 😉
http://www.fps-predators.com/#/syria-homshama/4586443851

They are NW from Hama

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Tiger Forces + NDF = bad day for Al – Nusra snakes. Keep going guys! I want more.

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Be quick! Obama can´t wait to help his beardet friends and want to bomb the syrian army

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the plan is not to bomb Syrian army but to create a no fly zone and later create a de facto Sunni state in Syria and Iraq to be a proxy force for the Israeli interests in the region. However they are neglecting the fact that the US and NATO do not have staying power and will tire out and leave their allies to whatever Syria, Iraq and Iran decide. This is just a delaying of the inevitable complete victory of the resistance that will eventually reach all the way in to the demented kingdom of death and their house… Read more »
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The timing is good for wrapping up Aleppo, Hama and Damascus, three key battle ground in this conflict, and finally much needed additional soldiers could be freed to take on rats in other fronts. Great news.

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Considering everything I’ve been reading as of late, it seems unlikely Obama actually did say those things. I’d sure like to have the quotes from a slightly more reliable source, though.

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>>>Simply put, the US will accelerate the push for regime change in Syria. <<< http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2014/09/12/obama-launches-his-war-finally.html Obama stated that the US military operations directed against will extend into Syrian territory. He spelt out the strategy toward Syria, which is focused on ramping up military assistance to the Syrian opposition. Obama appealed to the US Congress to make available to him additional «authorities and resources to train and equip these [Syrian] fighters». In essence, a big escalation of the US intervention in Syria is in the offing. Obama bluntly rejected any notions of the US relying on the Syrian regime. He called… Read more »
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I don’t know who “dislikes” this. The article is not exactly America-friendly, it is just an outlook about forthcoming treachery. Dangers won’t go away by disliking them, kiddos. There can be no doubt about what Obama is up to, his plans need to be foiled, as well as ISIS – I think the fact that these two are AT THE MOMENT enemies makes for an interesting constellation. And neither of them can be argued with, they are immune to reason. If I had to decide between one of the two, I would probably choose ISIS. As crazy as they are,… Read more »
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kills..faked

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the tide could turn if the islamists have america as an airforce. the so called international community needs to stand for international law. america must be confronted if it attacks the syrian army. this will expose their cosy relationship with the rebels. about time the fat lazy americans got of their arses and protested the actions of their government

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Ziad. Will you post anything on the latest US threats to bomb Syria again?
Thanks.

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Posted by Bob Birk Here’s a good article on Obama’s speech, from writer Patrick Martin of the World Socialist Website: Obama announces open-ended war in Iraq and Syria By Patrick Martin 11 September 2014 In a perfunctory speech on national television Wednesday night, US President Barack Obama announced an open-ended escalation of US military violence in the Middle East. Using the crimes of the Muslim fundamentalist group ISIS as a pretext, Obama announced he was sending another 475 US troops to Iraq, stepping up the bombing of ISIS targets in that country, and preparing a cross-border extension of the bombing… Read more »
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Good article. Almost. “German sponsorship of a right-wing coup backed by fascist Forces” – The confrontation with Russia over Ukraine is against German interest.

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But if you read the comments on “Der Spiegel” (which are of course heavily censored) you start asking yourself where all the new German fascists have sprung from. They smell spring air now that their fascism is being condoned into “defense of freedom” by the US. They openly ignore that flaming Russia is against Germany’s, in fact EU’s, interests. “Let’s fight for what’s right”, they say.
And the populace fail to understand, as usual.

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Why should he not hold the AMerican electorate in contempt ?
As the EU one (“fuck them”) ? Do they deserve anything else ?

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Allow me to doubt it.
With quite half a population incapable for that …(Trick question!!!)
If you are going 80 mph how long does it take to go 80 miles?
And…
All together thoroughly MSM brainwashed with
rigged voting results everywhere, ruled by a
murderous kosher nostra oligarchy,
there remains nothing politically to remain on
the Americans as such.

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It is clear Nusra days are numbered in Syria (see homs, hama, quneitra), and the nearly not existant FSA is becoming a shadow of organization, the shadow of a shadow better said. Now that the ISIS is on the eyes of the world they have become the new U.S henchmen in Middle East. It doesnt matter the behadings of Americans, the most barbaric a rebel group is, the best is considered for CIA plans. Look at history books, the Khmer Rouge, funded and protected by Nixon and China. They were the ISIS of Indochine at the 70s, 80s. killing civilians,… Read more »
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While he is no friend of Syria, Charles Krauthammer blasted the president obama’s speech this morning in the Washington Post. Worth reading.

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Thanks Victor!

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Helfaia (Hama) liberated!!

Just.K.
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Maybe the people in Helfaia and other towns as Mhardeh should try to act like the people in Amerli (Amirli) in Iraq.

Dig trenches, tunnels and get weapons, ammunition and training. Turn this places in big loyalist fortresses.

(A little bit of armchair suggestions from 1000 miles away)

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Israel’s Islamic Movement slams Islamic State, but blames Israel, US ‘ISIS is a threat to us all,’ says participants in Islamic Movement rally in northern Israel, while other blame Israel, US for ‘supporting group,’ while others say that ‘if US fails to destroy them, Israeli Arabs will go to Syria to fight them.’ Hassan Shaalan Published: 09.12.14, 20:09 / Israel News Thousands of Israeli-Arabs marched Friday evening in the Arab town of Umm al-Fahm as part of a rally organized by the Islamic Movement’s Northern Branch under the title of “Al-Aqsa under threat.” Demonstrators sounded criticism at Israel for its… Read more »
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“the Islamic State destroys Islam’s name. They perpetrate horrendous atrocities which are completely adverse to the Muslim faith.”

The name and reputation of Islam is important only to muslims. The rest of humanity wants this group (ISIS) destroyed not because they are extreme islamists but because they are medievalist barbarians.

If mainstream muslims want to oppose them, then well and good. But whether they do or do not, they (ISIS) will be destroyed by the rest of humanity because it is simply not possible to tolerate such savages in any kind of civilised world.

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Can someone or Ziad explain me how losing more then 10 towns in Deraa and Quneitra meaning “Deraa continuing to fall to SAA” . https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/510489657956900864. Jihadists came from al Bariqah

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That link doesn’t exist

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It works now but it’s rather inconclusive.
The only thing it shows is that rats can move through Israel with impunity.
The sanest approach in the face of that fact, and to make surprise attacks impossible would be to destroy all settlements up to 20 miles from that border and make the rats cross wasteland infested with motion tracking equipment
and explosive devices.
But apparently the Syrian government is simply too humane for that sort of thing.

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Its the nato troll. Glad to see you back paid poster. Is the rent payment due?

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They are employng kids now, no idea if that’s a good sign;)

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Hama offensive was a utterly failure.
Probably was plan, orchestrated and directed by some American-Saudi-Qatari apes to slow down the envelopment of Aleppo, ease up the resistance from Tabqa Air Base and to consolidate their positions and distract units from the slaughter in Mleha and Jobar in Damascus. Bu met with fierce resistence and willing to exterminate the religious extremist monkeys.

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Is it correct to say that Jubbayn’s and Jalma’s rats are trapped?

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New sever sanctions (at the heart of the energy sector) on Russia, and Escalation on Syria (insisting on calling the government illegitimate and doing a wholesale air campaign on Syria) are no longer separate policies. What if Russia, Syria, and Iran immediately escalate the tone and no longer say “If you do so and so it would be illegal and we will retaliate by whatever means necessary”. The message could be clearer: “If you do anything that hinders our interests anywhere you will be sorry – severely, and we will sever your interests worldwide in an irreversible measure. You either… Read more »
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Ziad why not just nuke RAQA with a moderate nuclear bomb enough to wipe the City but not any other near..
If the civilians there are friendly to ISIS.. and will consider that enough justification to do it.. That also will scare the hell Turkey knowing Syria have nuclear weapons.. from North Korea or IRAN> and will scare the hell of ISRAEL>

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Iraqi Shiite and Kurdish high ranking politicians hold dual Iraqi-British citizenship: http://www.dailysabah.com/mideast/2014/09/13/is-iraq-becoming-part-of-a-commonwealth And Iran supported these figures in forming the new puppet government of Iraq. What many people don’t realize is that a number of influential Iranian figures (ranging from politicians to clergy to businessmen) also have connections to London and Paris, none more well known than the ‘leader of the revolution himself’, Ruhollah Khomeini (Richard Williamson) who was by blood a British man posing as an ‘Islamist’ which should give the most dull witted person an idea that ‘Political Islamism’ was nothing but a creation of the Mossad-CIA-MI6. Iran… Read more »
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So can we have a blog post about how the Syrians are going to react, what is the strategy here if the American Jihadists are going to bombard firstly ISIS positions and then “accidently” Syrian targets. Will Syria dare to down a US Jet? Will Iran or Russia come to help Syrians. Is it WW3 then. Or is America just going to have free hand to bombard Syria as they want while Iran Russia and ChIna just shout pointless condemnations. Is this the end of Syria. How did these people, the Syrians, the most nicest people you will have known… Read more »
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“This is all just extremely depressing.” Anonymous
Something is definitely afoot you can feel it.

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Be warned
The thin veneer of civilization is rapidly eroding
Only to unleash our survival instincts
World wide Chaos and violence grows nearer
The war of the fallen is upon us
The crumbled souls stand as known
Subterfuge for profit
It’s on like donkey kong

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Business Hangs Controversial Obama Sign, Did They Go Too Far This Time? [PICS] The weekly message is changed every Wednesday, and this week’s message is a question. In the wake of two American journalists being beheaded by ISIS militants, CEO Jeremy Alcede thinks it’s a fair question. The sign reads: “Does one of Obama’s family members have to be beheaded for ‘change’ to happen?” The marquee has been getting mixed reviews. KHOU reported that one area resident, Marco Romero, thinks that even though Alcede is exercising his right to free speech, the sign wording is in poor taste. At the… Read more »
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definitealy: Which member? Obama? I’d sail for that.

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Israel’s Michael Oren: “Let ISIS prevail!”

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=EgBsTT0h_SA&sns=fb

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wow syrian girl is bright.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YvrsBPWniU

The goal of the US is never ending instability in the middle east.
Ziad is it true that on tabqa airbase was an defense airspace place with missiles to protect the syrian airspace in the north ?

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Someone stated that the fall of Tabqa base meant a bad deterioration of Syrian capacity to radar-monitor the air space towards the North. There was no corroborative and I have no idea where i read that, it hasn’t been mention again…

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