SYRIAN ARMY VANQUISHES SAUDI RATS IN JAWBAR

DAMASCUS:

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Jawbar:  It could be announced any moment.  The SAA is primarily involved in cleaning up over-ground and underground in this once-infested town.  An attempt by remnant rodents to re-infiltrate in the direction of the Soap Factory and slaughterhouses was repelled with substantial losses to the mostly foreign rodents of Nusra.  The rats used another tunnel which had not been detected at that time by the SAA.  Of course, that was in the past.  It’s worth mentioning also that Monzer is observing heavy daytime and nighttime bombing by the SAAF all over Jawbar in areas where there are concentrations of rats.  These were killed 3 days ago among a group of 46:

  • Al-Habeeb Bu-Taayel Al-Barhoomi (TUNISIAN DINGO BLACKHEAD)
  • Fahd Al-Dawsali (TUNISIAN RAT FOLLICLE)
  • Muhammad Al-Zaawi (LIBYAN TERMITE SALIVA)

 

Al-Reehaan Farms:  Liberated and deloused completely by SAA as of 2 days ago.

 

Tal Kurdi Farms:  Could be announced liberated any day now.  To the northeast of Doumaa where ‘Alloosh awaits his final voyage to the Void, the SAA killed 13 rodents from Jaysh Al-Islam:

  • Mu’een Habeeb
  • ‘Abdullah Al-Mukattibi
  • Faheem Muhammad Sirhaan
  • Ahmad Karneeb
  • ‘Abdul-Raheem Suwaylih

The others were not named.

 

Harastaa:  A series of nests were uncovered by SAA and NDF.  These nests are falling like dominoes. No names.

 

Misraabaa:  The SAA netted another Saudi Arabian heretic and kaafir 3 days ago. He’s finally been identified by a lonely monkey at the Damascus zoo who promptly began trying necrophilia with him:

Bilaal Al-‘Aamiri (SAUDI ARABIAN GREEN MONKEY VIRUS)   

 

Doumaa:  The 10 rodents killed here 3 days ago have been determined to belong to Al-Jabha Al-Islamiyya and all were foreign with 2 of them from Chechnya.  They were thought to be Syrian because Doumaa is mostly ‘Alloosh-Land.  However, tracking on their communications indicated otherwise.  There are no details.

 

 

 أبرز الأحداث على الساحة الميدانية ليوم 14-10-2014

‘Ayn Turmaa Town:  No the valley which was deloused.  The SAA killed this rat 2 days ago:

  • Saami Jawaad (LIBYAN MAMBA PUS)

Al-Qaasimiyya Farms, Al-Bihaariyya Farms, Al-Zamaaniyya Farms:  Deep in the E. Ghoutaa.  The SAA is relentlessly pursuing Saudi-Wahhabi heretic rodents everywhere.

 

عمليات مركزة ضد تجمعات الإرهابيين في مسرابا وحرستا وعين ترما

 

The rats are dying like flies in the Qalamoon. They cannot break back into this area from the Lebanon.  The SAAF clobbered them yesterday at Qaarra, Al-Mushrifa, ‘Assaal Al-Ward.


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al Jarban
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Woohoo, first out! Go SAA! Suck it Nusrats! Suck it all you who have to read my post before getting to any serious discussion.

Fadi
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lol . . it’s good to be #1 sometimes isn’t it?

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Al-Jarban: Being on the other side of the world means to go LAST all the f *** g time. I deeply envy you being number 1!
From Ozsceptic …. @ about number 60!! LOL

al Jarban
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Oh, and while I’m here … Suck it to all Rats fighting against brave SAA: Lebanteezians, Palesteezians, Jordanteezians, Saudia Rat Apes, Qatar Gutter Rats and Turdoghan’s IS Muts.

Tony Lizzerri
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Dont forget that the majority of those fighting the SAA are Syrian rats.

Fadi
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Ummm.. not really bud. .

Tony Lizzerri
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Fadi, this is interesting. It seems that some people on this board think it is OK to use phrases that demean and degrade Palestinians, Lebanese and Jordanians at large. As for me, when Ziad says “Palesteezian”, etc, when he indicates the nationality of captured or killed ISIS fighters, I understand him to mean that he views these people as a disgrace to their nationality. In other words, an ISIS fighter is no real Palestinian, not the typical Palestinian, who overwhelmingly identifies with the resistance, but instead a sell-out. A disgrace to Palestinians. I agree 110% with that. But I wondered… Read more »
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Dear Tony,

Sorry, not interesting subject at all.

As you can see, I specified all rats fighting against SAA, so all demeaning comments to these rats of foreign nationality are valid.

This is a war man, not a politically correct dick fest. Sad as it is to see anyone die, God forbid, but our dear families in Syria are fighting for their lives, and their way of life.

al Jarban
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Tony, I guess the real problem here is that “Syrianteezian” just doesn’t sound any good. I guess you can come up with a suitable name for Syrian rats, if you like. I guess we refer to them by affiliation- Nusrats etc.

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Tony: It’s easier for me when they’re referred to as ‘Lebanese’, ‘Jordanian’, ‘Saudi’ and so on. But that’s me. Ziad has his own style, and that’s fine, too.

ziad
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a small percentage are syrians the rest about 95% are outsider garbage

Aklo
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Yes indeed. Mostly outsider mecenaries on the payroll of countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, USA and others. I appreciate everything Ziad does. This web site and Syria give me hope for the world. I have so much respect for Syria and the Syrian people. They are fighting for their survival and I am in awe of the bravery of the Syrian army and military. I am ashamed of what Amerika has become and what Amerika probably always has been. There is no honor. The people of Syria and the Syrian military have honor. I will continue to pray for… Read more »
pop
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what Amerika has become and what Amerika probably …
will be,will be .. and not has been.

Calm down, calm down,
Obammerl is only a test,
next will be a woman and
she will bring the very rest.

Louder its coming from MSM,
the new 30 years war is already
in the door, together with plagues
and endless crimes and misery.

Bomming-strategy on terrorists like
plague of locusts will finally flatten their
way to Europe blasting dreams of zionists..

Anonymous
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Aklo: Sadly, America has not always been like this, but the seeds of its self destruction were folded in to its founding documents, the people got lazy, and the evil crept in little by little, and here we are. Damn.

al Jarban
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al Jarban

Sorry, was getting a little pre-emptive about cracking out that chilled prosecco. Looking forward to the final announcement of a rat free Jobar.

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Bad reports regarding the Wadi Deif base in Idlib. It seems that it is close to be lost. I hope this can be averted but should this happen this would be a major set back:
http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/islamic-front-storms-wadi-al-deif-base-rural-idlib/

Anonymous
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Where does it says there Piece of Excrement that the base is “about to be loss”.? Only says about two failed attacks to the base.. that was repelled with Tanks and Airforce. in no place suggest the entire article that the base is “about to be lost” unless you are just ready London MI6 press secretary from SOHU ,the one man organization who claimed for an entire week ,that the Terrorist FSA were about to “capture Damascus” in operation Volcano and Assad was about to escape to Russia. LOL. , Go fuck a goat ,You are only a troll ,seeking… Read more »
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Yup, two failed attacks and two killed leaders on rat side. I was wondering too were the “lost” part was in the article.

Canthama
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Hi Anon, a word on Radioyaran, it is a nice blog to visit, focus on Iran and has of course many articles from Syria, Turkey and Iraq. Radio is a balanced venue, though sometimes people tend to read a spin of pro rat comments on his posts because he brings bad news or concerns, it is, in my time knowing him, that he tries to bring issues to be debated, sometimes the issues are tough to swallow like the 2 bases SAA retreated from Raqqa, but Radio is a pro Syrian supporter looking for news and info to share to… Read more »
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Canthama: Ref, Radioyaran.
As always, you are the voice of reason. Eloquently stated.. Thank you
Regards from down under

Canthama
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Hi Radio, that Would be very unfortunate, but rats are trying their best to remove the pressure from Tiger Force on northern Hama and into Khan Sheikhoun, they know losing all those key cities would open up and wide avenue for the SAA to wipe through Southern Idlib. I do find very unlikely they take those two bases, there are many airbases not far that can pound rats for days if the bases are in true risk of being taken. Hindi base is not far from them, few minutes flight.

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It is good we write also the ugly news and no only on the victories. As said a friend yesterday. . But you post only in the bad news. So much victories of SAA and you post nothing…At handaraat and seyfat village, the offensive of groups of Dzhebhat an-Nusra, the Front Islamic, To The-Mujahideen Dzhesh ul-Ansar, To The-Dzhesh Muhadzherrin and Haraket Hazm, is rejected from the artillery syriana and from raids of SAAF, is on the places of the battle is in the back part of them – in the district of Castle and Jbeil.. Large the losses of the… Read more »
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https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=805292876188339 Deirezzor, the heroic Syrian Arm Forces, backed by troops detained dozens of terrorists in Hawijah Sager from more than one direction.

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Radioyaran: Naughty, naughty …we report only victory here! Debate and discussion ist verboten! I predict you will soon be attacked and abused by a mindless, anonymous scumbag novice who will call you a troll, even though he lacks the courage to use a name and puts forward no factual argument. Only by open and civilized discussion can we prove ourselves ‘above’ the level of the rat and nazis we all profess to hate.
PS: He will probably give himself lots of ‘likes’ too, because any regulars on this site wouldn’t!

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Oz: Your’ee right, guy.

radioyaran
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You are right. Why should I report the same vitory here for the tenth time? Leith is a good source and the title of his article was that IF “storms” Waadi Dhayf base. I know that some months ago they detonated a huge bomb under the base and it´s clear that they will try to secure a victory after their setbacks around Damascus and in Hama. What I am against is to create the impression of overall glory and victory. I mean how many months have we been reading that this or that are is “hours away” from being announced… Read more »
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JF: Yes,Jobar is vital. As Ziad the mentor has often emphasized … “should the army establish full control on Jobar, the incessant attacks with mortars that have taken a heavy toll on residential areas in Damascus will become a thing of the past. It will also spell an end to terrorist organizations in eastern Ghouta to the profound relief of the Damascenes and the Syrian people.” http://syria360.wordpress.com/2014/10/15/terrorism-in-jobar-on-its-last-legs/

Dany the fatso
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Yeah gouta is next on the Saa Schedule. The FSA its on the brinck of collapse

Nini
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I only hope the Syrian PIG haters do not come in the way of the SAA momentum

Anonymous
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Someone can help me locating Kfar Najad village in Aleppo?

Looks like SAA have control over it:

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930723001392

Arklight
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Anon: I couldn’t find it either, but it might be nothing more than a couple of shacks and a tool shed.

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Arklight
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Dany: that ought to be interesting. No matter how ‘heavy’ a biker, when they join up with the Kurds and go into action, they’ll find out what ‘tought’ really means, Good luck to them, and all the best going forward.

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Seems wadi base in idler came under attack any news?

Canthama
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Gimli, there is an article from Al Masdar that Radioyaran brought few comments above, worth reading it about this subject, more news will arrive soon since it is important development.

Canthama
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The news below could be one of those breakthrough we were expecting for long long time, the SAA has advance way deep in the Saqer Island in Det Ez Zor and now will put a tremendous pressure at ISIS in the parts of the Der Ez Zor city they control, a side benefit to this advance is the reduction of attacks to the vital AB that ISIL is trying to take for 2 months now where hundreds died trying, it could be said that the days are starting to be counted for ISIS at Det Ez Zor city, if they… Read more »
Canthama
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Here it comes, Al Masdar and a bigger map of the recent gains in Der Ez Zor. Food stuff. blog discussions are interesting to the fact that ISIL can not bring heavy equipments across the river, this is good for SAA. Another interesting point from other discussions is that ISIL transfer fighters to Tall Hamis in Hasaka, not sure you all recall I mentioned this was a key battle on going but under reported by all, if ISIL loses this key HQ they will basically lose meaningful presence in Hasaka with serious repercutions for Sinja Province in Iraq and Der… Read more »
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Canthama: It’s looking pretty good. I assume that when the bulk of ISIS gets across the river the Killer Coalition will bomb the bridges – – to keep them out of IS hands, of course. ISIS/ISIL has been shuffling a lot of their combat experienced people around, including sending several thousand to western Anbar for the offensive on Haditha, Haditha Dam, on to Ramadi in hopes of inconveniencing Baghdad; the forces were, reportedly, drawn from Raqqah, Hasakah and other mostly garrison areas, so it appears that ISIS is not receiving the new levies it has to depend on. ISF has… Read more »
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canthama, an great video of general ZAHREDDINE with the 104th brigade of repyblican guard, fighting in deir ezzor.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiQw32vvcyA..a great and authentic hero .. only glory to him and his fighters ..

Roger
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“it is true that most of the so-called “opposition” fighters are Syrians”

Is that really true ? I have had the impression most are NOT of Syrian nationality. Or is it 50-50, foreigners and Syrians ?

Arklight
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Roger: Ziad usually posts known enemy casualties pertinent to each operation he describes, with the notation of nationality, if known. Very few Syrians.

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‘Roger’ to that, Roger. Yes, mercenary foreigners. Amazing, huh? ….even Australians!
Or perhaps we should say “Ozsleezians?”
It won’t offend me.
Knowledge is power, mate!

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Tony Lazerri:

You can call Syrian Rats/Traitors anything you want- it won’t offend most here. But to say that most of those fighting the government in Syria are Syrian is a debatable statement at the least. There are plenty of Syrianteezians in this conflict. But overwhelmingly, Syria was swarmed with global Jihadists from other countries.

I think that is the issue most of us supporters of Syria have with your statement.

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American: Tony is a recent addition to the forum, and hasn’t quite learned his way around yet. Give him a little time, and I think he’ll be fine.

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American and Anon: Guys, I am well aware of the fact that Turkey, some of the the GCC and NATO have been coordinating the influx of thousands (tens of thousands?) of these Jihadist psychos into Syria. I am well aware of the fact that Saudi Arabia and Qatar are largely the ones funding them, while Turkey and Jordan have provided bases, logistics and entry points into Syria. I am also aware that they come from dozens of foreign countries, but mostly from Tunis, Jordan, Libya, and the Gulf. Trust me, I know. And I have been well aware of this… Read more »
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I think like everyone here who has inquired into the causes of the war can not ignore that there are internal factors that have been exploited to carry thousands of Syrian men to join the terrorists, but now I think there are fewer Syrians among jihadists even fight, either because died (entire clans without men) or because after year of the bloody war they were disappointed in the revolution. I think no one is more aware of these reasons that Dr. Bashar al Assad, because while the Syrian army it does its job, he has seen strives to provide governance… Read more »
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Oops, this is the link of Hama 1982: “Muslim Brotherhood and CIA conspiration”

http://percy-francisco.blogspot.com/2013/11/documento-desclasificado-2012-la.html

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An estimation was done last year when Qusayr was captured by the SAA, if memory deserve the 2/3 of the prisoners were not Syrians (official source). When I started to follow closely these events in September 2012, the number of foreigners was perhaps 10% (from Ziad blog), it grew steadily after so I wouldn’t be surprised if t’s more than the 2/3 now.

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Iraq News: 100 American ‘advisers’ deployed to Ramadi to ‘train’ IA and volunteers in fighting ISIS. Kiss Ramadi good-bye. http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/100-us-military-advisors-arrive-ramadi-says-anbar-council/

Cataro
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Noam Chomsky says that the caliphate is an American creation. He says nothing new to readers of SYRPER but it’s good that this truth is becoming more public
http://topinfopost.com/2014/10/06/noam-chomsky-the-united-states-created-isis

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Let us not forget Pat Tillman

Noam Chomsky: Controlled Asset of the New World Order
Chomsky as left gatekeeper and master propagandist

Chomsky and his gatekeepers do the same thing. They write about the crimes of American imperialism and then call for population control, gun control, global government under the U.N., and a totally socialized Brave New World society.

http://www.modernhistoryproject.org/mhp/ArticleDisplay.php?Article=NoamAsset

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Chomsky’s a tribesman. That’s speaks for itself. Many alternative commentators label him as such, including Bro. Nat Kapner and Webster Tarpley who wittily refers to him as “gnome” Chomsky. A leftist crypto-Zio-Jew gatekeeper just like Howard Zinn was, who by the way, was my professor of political theory when I was at university.

Anonymous
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Like Alex Jones, Webster Tarpley himself is a crypto-Zionist and has been called out by as such.

Webster Tarpley’s Disinfo
http://www.bollyn.com/webster-tarpleys-disinfo

Dany the fatso
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Dany the fatso

Late but true, some of the few intellectuals in western hemisphere to speak openly of what he thinks. Soon more right wing skin heads from U.S will start attacking him for being a communist or anti-american.

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Western intellectuals always say what they think (and nonsense). But the multi-level system of democracy is inelastic and the bottom (the lower floors Policy), it can not influence. That is the defect.

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Iraq News: MoD says that France is to supply everything the IAF needs. That’s rich. France still owes Iraq 16 Mirage F1s that were paid for nearly 20 years ago and were never delivered. The French are really quick to cash the checks but, delivery? Does anyone actually expect delivery? I can’t wait until France welshes on their end of the contract, IAF is running out of ordinance and spares, then tries to buy more from the Russians. ‘Uh. Mr. Putin, we really need spares for the Su 25s, Mi helicopters and stuff, plus we’re running out of ordinance for… Read more »
hasnain zaidi
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Iraq should start buying the ammunition directly from Iran. Also Iraq has to make joint defence projects with Iran.

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Hasnain: If Maliki was still PM it might be possible, but the new guy is so obviously and American bitch that I doubt Iran will waste time on Iraq, now.

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They might as well order the planes from Israel if they trust France..

Arklight
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Roger: Either way, the weapons will never be delivered, but the checks will be cashed.

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Govt engineer, FB recruiters among Malaysia IS arrests http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/govt-engineer-fb/1418080.html Fourteen people have been arrested in Malaysia for suspected links to the Islamic State group, including a senior government engineer, two others who used Facebook to recruit fighters, and a 14-year-old child. “Three of them are key players of a cell whose role was to recruit, finance and arrange trips for Malaysians to join terror groups in Syria,” national police chief Khalid Abu Bakar said in a statement late Wednesday (Oct 15). Those arrested ranged in age from 14 to 48 years old and include two women, the statement said. Khalid… Read more »
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Talking about Cold War 2.0, this is a classic example for the next few years, the big difference from the last Cold War is who is moving up and who is moving down in all aspects…economically, morally, trading, long term strategy, forming new powerful blocs etc…anyway, another example Of it, now….coming from not less the a large western MSM, The Guardian, it is good read.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/oct/15/vladimir-putin-nazism-warning-serbia-visit

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Muslim Brotherhood getting smashed in Libya! Here’s a short extract of latest ‘dignity’ SITREP, 15th Oct. “Gharyan liberated from Roma Libya. The bodies of the Roma Libya in Mitigua hospital exceeded 60, severe panic inside the hospital.” “Killed, of Misrata, Abdulaziz Ali ‘drowsiness day’ of Misurata gangs. Killed, of Misrata, Mustafa Kulaib Masrati, militia commander Black Canyon and offender of ‘Gharghour the first massacre’ (18 NOV. 2013). Terrorist Ibrahim Abdul Jalil, battalion of God al-Shata, arrested this day in the Eastern Region.” “Zintan Brigade Qaqaa, reports Camp 17 thoroughly destroyed. In Benghazi, air force planes bombed many sites and mechanisms… Read more »
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Oz: It couldn’t happen to a more deserving bunch.

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Oz————–SOME MORE INFO———— Thursday 16 October 2014 18:23 BST Last update: Thursday 16 October 2014 18:59 BST Topics: LibyaCrisis Tags: Khalifa Haftar; militias; Tripoli; Benghazi 0 comments Islamist fighters held their ground Thursday in the face of an assault by an ex-general backed by army units aimed at retaking Libya’s second city of Benghazi, military sources said. Medics said at least 17 people were killed in 24 hours of fighting since Khalifa Haftar’s forces early on Wednesday launched what he called an operation to “liberate” the city. Tanks spearheaded attacks on the Islamist “February 17 Martyrs Brigade,” while warplanes carried… Read more »
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I do not understand, Have the I.S.I.S. terrorists got better equipment and firepower or is it other so called jihadists or rats ?

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Raymond: ISIS still has a lot of captured Iraqi Army stuff which includes M1 Abrams tanks at the top, then on down the list to M16 rifles. They also have a variety of missiles, most newly acquired. But they had only limited supplies of POL, so the heavy and light armor was pretty much parked. I think the fuel shortage may be going away, though, since ISIS overran the YPG holding, or blocking, full service border crossings which feed straight into ISIS held Syria, east of the Euphrates. I expect to see ISIS armor engaging SAA, NDF and other Syrian… Read more »
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