SYRIAN ARMY ENGULFS IDLIB RESTORING FREEDOM TO CITIZENS; NUSRA SHATTERED IN LATAKIA BY SAA

الجيش يسيطر على عشرات القرى ريف حماة

 

IDLIB:

 

THESE AREAS AND TOWNS HAVE NOW BEEN TOTALLY LIBERATED BY THE SYRIAN ARMY AND THE NATIONAL DEFENSE FORCES:

 

Al-‘Azeeziyya

Abu Ru’ayda Farms

Al-Rawdha Al-Jalma Farms

Al-Turaymisa Village

Luwaybida Village

Zooroo Abu Zayd

Haajiriyyaa Al-Sammaan

Al-Kafr Al-‘Uwayna

Al-Qaraamita

Al-Husayniyya

Al-Huwayr

Jibbeen Town

Mharada/Salamiyya Axis

 

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The Syrian Army has now cleared out an area of square 130 kms as it moved ominously to take over the very crucial and formerly contested axis at Mharda and Salamiyya.  The movement is very fast toward Al-Mawrek which is in the cross hairs.  The Tiger Forces under command of the now famous Col. Suhayl Al-Hassan are heading exactly for that area to buttress existing troops trying to dislodge Nusra with artillery fire.

 

Binnish:  The SAA destroyed a pickup with 23mm cannon atop which 3 rats stood and which was driven by this one:

‘Alaa` Ja’bash

Ahmad Sulaymaan Maznooq

Faadhil Al-Qaawooq

Murshid Muhammad

 

Al-Qinya Village in the Jisr Al-Shughoor area:  The SAA killed 8 rodents at a factory for manufacturing IEDs.  This was all done with the help of citizens who had had enough of the stifling Nusra presence.  I have no names.

 

Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan: SAA starting to flush out the remaining Nusra heretics here.  A warehouse for IEDs and for homemade rockets was destroyed.  No details available.

 

Jabal Al-Arba’een area:  SAA continues to batter the plague-carrying vermin with help from the SAAF.  2 nests destroyed yesterday with over 30 rats killed.  No names.

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LATAKIA:

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Al-Khadhra:  The SAA encircled a pack of moving rodents and killed all 11.  There are much fewer terrorists belonging to Nusra in this area due to heavy attrition and movement to other parts of the north threatened with liberation by the SAA.  We can confirm the death of this rat:

Abu ‘Aa`sha Al-Muhaajir  (Foreigner identified by intercepted communications with Turkey)  All the other carcasses were foreigners too.

 

Bayt Shurooq:  A warehouse loaded with GRAD launchers and homemade rockets was invaded and secured by SAA and NDF.  A ton of ammunition was seized for use by NDF in killing Wahhabist criminals.  No names. All 6 rodents were foreign and appeared to be from the Caucasus.

 

Tawroos:  SAA artillery struck a terrorist hideaway.  There are no details available.

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NEWS AND COMMENTARY:

Dudley sends this great broadcast from Dr. Tarpley exhorting you to arrest McCain for treason:

http://tarpley.net/world-crisis-radio/

Absolutely hilariously Palestinian satire on ISIS from Sicel Joe:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K5nigZzgf4Y

Michael in Strasbourg sends a rehash of Ziad’s article about the origins of ISIS.  But, it’s still good reading and keeps the issue alive:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/america-created-al-qaeda-and-the-isis-terror-group/5402881

John Esq. sends us this new American candidate’s demand for fairness for Syria and Iraq:

http://georgebrikho.com/stop-committing-acts-of-aggression-on-the-people-of-iraq-syria-and-america/

John Esq. sends more from Tony Cartalucci on who is really fighting ISIS:

http://journal-neo.org/2014/09/15/someone-s-already-fighting-isis-the-syrian-arab-army/

ISIS thinks he’s a mule.  We say he’s just a drunk skunk:

http://dailycaller.com/2014/09/22/isis-sneers-at-obamas-strategy-says-hes-a-mule-of-the-jews/

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5 years ago

The video about the ISIS from the Palestinians is really funny and hilarious. Thank you for the update. SAA will win. All the takfiri rats will die.

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Ziad, it was a nice surprise to see your link (courtesy of J.Esq) to George Brikho’s site! George has been a friend for several years – an intelligent, ethical, straight-forward guy for sure – his decent into politics will surely test his resolve. Good luck George!

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Where are these villages near Idlib? Can you show them on the map?

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I would love a big push from Latakia threatening Jish Shigour area, not that would be a strategic turning point, but would be still nice to see some action from that sleepy front that would annoy Nusrats to the point to force them redeploying there troops, making the fight in Hama easier.

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Nice Good Saa keep presing on, HAMA and Homs are close of being 100% wahabbi/child molesters free. Dont forget to eleiminate that small black spot on east Hama ( Qleib ab-Thour- Grouh-Akash). Obama cannibals are crying SOS: “….More ultra-modern weapons are needed…..” to counter the SAA counterattack. france its freaking scared with the complete FSA demise, and now tries to pretend that the ANTI-ISIS air campaign could turn to a Anti Syria bombing covert operation. Keep vigilant people the weapons of mass destruction excuse could be used here and in Iraq to cover a massive “bomb & dont ask” policy.

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Hi Ziad, would you mind explaining the greater regional context of how the Houthi takeover of Saan’a is an Iranian cockslap to the face of Saudi. Thanks

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Because the Houthi are a Shia force from the border between KSA and Yemen and KSA wanted to exterminate them. And they are against takfiri groups. Guess who was arming them! Try to Google things from time to time.

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Well no shit Sherlock.. Thats why I asked Ziad because I enjoy his wit, intellegence, and analysis. Thanks for mustering together your elementary level basics.

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our media (Germany) say that Israel shot down an syrian jet over the golan to help the terrorists from al-nusra and islamic front there . And that USA, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia and Jeman attacking targets in Syria right now.
Is there any information about the targets? Or are they bombing the SAA?

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I do not understand Russian here. If they fucking bitches in the US can bomb Iraq and Syria under the pretext of killing ISIS why can Russia use the Same pretext in Syria and really bomb the crap out of these pigs , ofcourse with the approval of the Assad. This would keep the bitches in the US and the Turks out of syria. I cant believe this, Its like everything is falling “conveniently” into place for the American. The Evil ISIS starts chopping stupid westerners head and they take over more of syria …. How can this happen at… Read more »

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Woow, that is a lot of villages, any chance to have a map ? Tks for the up date.

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ziad in an earlier post you claimed syria has ”strategic weapons”? what are actually referring too [ generally ]?

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david: Ziad isn’t going to tell you, and rightly so. If he provided you with crucial military information just to scratch your ‘curious itch’ he would be wrong to do so, and you should know that.

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david: addendum: Ziad shouldn’t have mentioned strategic weapons in the first place, and I’m sure he realizes that, now.

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I have one idea about what I think Syria is doing that is making the rats life miserable. This speculation is best left unposted. I appreciate everything Ziad does and pray for strength and courage for Syria.

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all fighting seems to be on the borders? the cities seem to be clear of terrorists. ? the fact that the west does not ask russia, iran and syria for help in getting rid of isis shows evil intent. it is oh so obvious what their plan is. russia, iran and syria must know the complete score as well? i am sure putin has plans way too smart for the aggressors

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So we saw Germany, and the UK poo poo airstrikes. Now France has said no thanks.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-09-22/first-germany-now-france-folds-syrian-airstrikes

We all know the West has their sights set on Syria but it seems the appetite for overt aggression is not as large as their appetite for training and arming terrorists.

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Two things that I think were big in changing minds. Russia might cause some issues with sanctions about German cars in Russia. The big car comapnies have big investments in Russia and it is a growing market. Russia the other day told France they can keep the Mistral but they want their money back and supposedly the back end of the ship. I think the stern parts are made in St Petersburg. So France might have to pony up a few billion. Germany and France know Russia and China are the future. I am hopeful that Russia, China and Iran… Read more »

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German carmakers have already factories in Russia. They would benefit from this sanction.
Usually sanctions are imposed by countries, the weapon producers are companies. No producer has to “pony up a few billion” and no country pays for imposed sanctions.
Germany knows that the future is a more equal world. And it sells products everywhere. We would not single out China or Russia to be a unique “future”. I am sure that Russia and Iran have told a hundred times to leave Syria alone. I am not sure about China. So far that was not working.

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Russia had a contract and paid for the ship. France can either deliver it or pay Russia the few billion.

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Russia could dream about that. It never happened in the history of sanctions.

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As long as Erdogan is in power, Syria will not know a day of peace. He has staked his entire legacy and that of his usuper country Turkey, on this war in Syria. I believe NATO’s plan is for Turkey to invade Northern Syria under the pretense of creating a buffer zone to “Defend Syria’s Sunni population” – Similar to what Syria itself did to do to bring an end to the Civil War in Lebanon. Only in this case, he will annex northern and Eastern Syria permanently. The only way to defend against this plan is for Syria to… Read more »

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Peter: Kurds are not Arabs, therefore beneath consideration by Syria as partners in anything. Had it not been for YPG on the northern border from the start, I think Syria would have been overrun quite a while ago. In return, I guess that Syria thinks its doing YPG a favor by not attacking them, but it hasn’t been giving YPG any support, either, until yesterday when SAAF was, apparently, tasked with donating a couple of bombing runs to keep YPG from being overwhelmed and destroyed in detail. If YPG goes, the northern border goes, and Syria goes. A few days… Read more »

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By your reasoning, armed inner city street gangs in Los Angeles deserve autonomy in LA even if they are comprised of illegal aliens from Mexico. That the LA police have not taken them out yet, given them guns or the idea that they keep other criminals in check justifies that their tireless criminality is entirely thankless and they should flip the bird to the legitimate authorities.

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Syrian: That’s a load of shit, neither one having anything to do with the other. You’ve been hanging around Nob too long.

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You constructed yourself a personal enemy at SyrPer? What made you freak out? That I corrected you a few times? I am laughing about your ranting.

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What a ridiculous analogy.
So heartening to see we’re all united here.
I will await the mentat Ziad’s pronouncement (though Ark’s reading is intriguing)

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Ziad: May your dream come true – – real soon.

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“It is the Zionist lobby that is prodding the US to help the dictatorship regimes in Muslim world because Israelis fear nothing more than another Shia Hizbullah like force developing in those countries,” said John Kaminski, American writer and blogger on January 5, 2010.

In a televised speech on May 25, marking the 14th anniversary of the Resistance and Liberation Day, Hizbullah leader Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah warned the West that Hizbullah will never allow Syria to become a second Israel or a neo-colonialist outpost in the region to protect the Zionist entity.

http://rehmat1.com/2014/05/29/nasrallah-no-new-israel-in-syria/

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hello,
I find it amazing the rapid advance of Daesh in Syrian Kurdish territory. The Kurds have fought fiercely for 2 years in this area, and there, in 48 hours they lose 60 villages without a fight.
Could it be that their withdrawal is a ruse to justify the intervention of the Turkish army in the region under the pretext of fighting Daesh?
Then use any pretext to attack the Syrian army in Aleppo with Turkish troops and air support us?

Thank you for your analysis.
Kind regards.

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Ist more like the result of arming ISIS via Iraq army treason.