EASTERN SYRIA: TRIBES UNITE WITH SYRIAN ARMY TO CRUSH ISIS; TAL SALMU, AL-HAMEEDIYYA, KHUSHAYR LIBERATED!! IDLIB’S TERRORISTS DANCING ON HOT COALS

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Maj. General ‘Issaam Zhahreddeen, commander of Syrian Armed Forces in Dayr El-Zor and its military airbase, poses with newly recruited villagers and members of the Shu’aytaat tribe after their announcement of total support for the SAA

 

They now call themselves the Popular Resistance Front (Jabhat Al-Muqaawama Al-Sha’biyya).  This is the people’s answer to the savagery of ISIS.  These tribes along the Euphrates were once opposed to the government and minority groups, that is, until ISIS knocked on their door and began kidnapping women and children; beheading and crucifying their young men; hanging those who defy ISIS and its Caliph of Kaka, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdaadi.  It’s happening also all over Iraq. This is why Obama’s plans are falling apart.

 

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Huwayjat Sakr:  A pack of ISIS vultures was hit right on the noggin’ by an SAA artillery shell killing an estimated 6.

 

Mu-Hassan:  This town is called “Not Good” for some reason.  A number of ISIS buzzards was brought down here by infantry fire.

 

Al-‘Abed Village:  5 kms from the city.  More ISIS skunks are rendered road kill.  This town figures prominently in the creation of the new militia formed by eastern Syrian tribesmen.  After the horrific kidnappings of 20+ women after the locals stopped it the first time; and after the murder/exectuons of 3 and then, 6, young men, the people here announced first their intent to fight alongside the SAA and wreak vengeance on the mostly disgusting, mephitic rodents who populate ISIS.

 

Al-Muree’iyya: Ditto.

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IDLIB:

(Photo image: www.thestar.com)

 

Many of our readers were concerned after the evacuation of the Waadi Dhayf AB last week thinking that the rodents were somehow making progress on the field against the SAA.  Let me disabuse you of any such notions.  The Airbase was ordered evacuated after over 11 months of siege by Nusra and its confederates.  The base withstood over 50 suicide truck bombings during those months, none of which penetrated the perimeter of the base.  The reason for the durability of the base was the combination of very alert defenders protected overhead by the SAAF which flew regular missions to strafe the terrorists and to drop supplies and ammunition for the soldiers.

The absence of air power on the day in question was the crucial element that tilted the SAA HQ in the direction of evacuation and redeployment.  The force arrayed on the Nusra side was over 4,000 rodents armed this time with 7 tanks and many armored vehicles, not to mention the ubiquitous pickup truck with 23mm cannons.  Why there was no air power on the day the camp was abandoned was due to fog.  A thick, dense, impenetrable fog common in the area during this time of year complicated the ability of the SAAF to precisely target the enemy formations leading to the decision many of you thought was indicative of defeat.

The SAA HQ had to deal first with the number of wounded soldiers being treated by a team of military physicians who had always possessed sufficient equipment and materiel to deal with wounded troops from the base and troops from other areas of combat.  They had to be evacuated first.  And while it is true that some wounded soldiers were killed in transit out of the camp, the vast majority made it to safety along with the impavid soldiers who engineered the tactically correct withdrawal flawlessly.

 

Hawsh Istabraq:  About 50kms from the city, the SAA cornered and killed these members of Ahraar Al-Shaam:

Aassi Milhim Dardar

Mustafaa Kaayid Al-Kawwaa`

Ahmad Al-Masri

Muhammad Al-Masri

‘Imaad Ghaanim

3 were taken prisoner.

 

Our congratulations to the Al-Masri family for its generous contribution to the All Souls College, Oxford-on-Styx.

 

THE SYRIAN ARMY HAS NOW CONFIRMED THE CLEAN-UP OF ALL TERRORISTS RODENTS AT TAL SALMU, AL-HAMEEDIYYA, KHUSHAYR.  THE FLAG OF THE REPUBLIC WAS HOISTED HIGH AND IS FLUTTERING AT THESE MUCH-RELIEVED TOWNS.

 

Al-Habeet:  A huge number of rodents killed here.  Wael reports an excess of 50 just southwest of Idlib City a distance of 77 kms.  The area is still being assessed and no names are available.

 

Abu Dhuhoor AB:  A large contingent of SAA upper-level commanders are still meeting there to insure the successful defense of this important and functional air base.  SAA-MI has noted the massing of Al-Jabha Al-Islamiyya, Ahraar AlShaam and Nusra after these groups realized they had gained nothing with their sacrifices at Wadi Al-Dhayf. (Bear in mind the SAA left nothing at the base for the rats to trumpet.  All photos of equipment they claimed to have taken from the SAA was materiel they had before.)  Expect a proactive assault by SAA here and hundred of rat deaths, very soon.

 

Ma’rrat Hurma:  14 Nusra rodents took the sewer pipe down to Hell at this town 20kms southwest of Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan on the Saraaqib-Aleppo Road.  5 vehicles including 2 pickups with cannons were destroyed completely.  Weapons and ammunition were removed from the rat carcasses for distribution to our militias for killing Saudi Wahhabists.

 

Saraaqib: This town with its ice cream factories is hardly worth the paper I’m using.  The groups found here are Nusra, Jabhat Thuwwaar Sooriyya (Ma’roof’s gand of idiots), Harakat Hazm (America’s darlings, nyuk), Ahraar Al-Shaam, Jund Al-Aqsaa.

 

Taftanaaz:  The helicopter graveyard.  This is the base the BBC thought was so important but turned out to be nothing more than a repair facility for old helicopters.  In a unique operation, yesterday, the SAA trapped and killed 10 rats who had been in the process of smuggling out priceless images of the Canaanite God of Storms and Wind, Haddad, and the Canaanite Venus, Ishtar, goddess of beauty and fertility.  This town has an Hittite name, like so many in the north of Idlib.

 

Al-Baarra:  Another archeologically rich area west of the city.  Here you will find ancient churches, castles and cemeteries going back 2 thousand years.  It has also been pillaged by Obama’s rats.

 

Hazanu near the Baab Al-Hawaa Crossing on the Turk border:  SAA assaulted a pack of rodents and killed 2.  Note how the SAA is approaching the border.

 

Abu Hareef and Tal Tooqaan:  A confirmed 18 rats killed here yesterday.  All were foreign.

 

Shahranaaz:  No details about fighting here.

 

Ba’arbu at the flats around Shahshabu Mountain near Hama.  Nusra and Liwaa` Fursaan Al-Haqq (Knights of Justice Brigade, oh please!) were annihilated by SAAF.

 

Fighting also reported at Qatroon Farms,  and Al-Baraagheeti.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Here’s a good one for you archivists about how the terrorists are advertising their camps in Syria and Iraq:

http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2014/12/jihadists_continue_t.php

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Erdal
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I screwed a jewish woman…thats not easy for a muslim in germany…

dudleydoright911
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Are we talking turned the tables and ripped her off monetarily or… are we talking halal meets kosher? Nyuck!

Arklight
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Erdal: Did you make it to one of dudleydoright’s ‘Gash Chambers’?

Erdal
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No kidding, when we dit it, she talked something bout terorrists and bombs…i think she was on a enemey in my bed trip hehe

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Erdal: What are you? 15? 16? So you dipped your wick – – good for you. Now just drop it, if you don’t mind.

dudleydoright911
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the term ham wallet comes to mind..

Bosnian
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Are all the commenters here 15 years old?

dudleydoright911
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I briefly channeled a pubescent boy but made it up with my homeric reserve currency comment.

I’ll make a concerted effort to shelf all sex / fart jokes.

Arklight
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Dudley: ‘Tuna Taco’ is only marginally ‘racist’, whatever that is, these days.

CHEVI789
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I hate zionist and the evil jewish ones, but your post is out of line Erdal.

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Ach, schön.. . You my man, probably like jew jokes.. . ^^

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Hi Erdal,

wow, great you screwed a jewish woman! Was it a 80 years old lady and did you steal her briefcase? If she did screw you before you have every right to do so but if you screwed some innocent woman its nothing to be proud of.

Merry X-Mas and a happy new Year from Europe
J

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This is superb news Ziad, tks for bringing us details of Der Ez Zor and its intricate deals with the local tribes. News from Idlib is extremelly welcome, you have mentioned in a comment yesterday or day before yestreday about a possible SAA offensive in Idlib, may it come soon, this will be a game changer.

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the tribes are very slow in catching on. they did nothing to help gadaffi in libya. and now their country is destroyed. morons

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One thing is not credible on the map of terrorist training camps , note that the authors have carefully avoided putting points on Lebanon , Turkey and especially Jordan. All in SYRPER know that there are dozens of jihadist training camps in these three countries, I think it is an attempt to deny the undeniable and whitewash the Jordanians

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The linked source is a project of the FDD (Foundation for Defense of Democracies) an obvious CIA project. The head exec. of FDD is R.James Woolsey, does that name ring a bell? (former head of CIA).
They’re not about to reveal their camp locations in Turkey or Jordan, although that would be more interesting than the absolutely useless map shown.

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‘the Foundation for Defense of Democracies’? It’s a Zionist front.
You may as well visit Debkafile…

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Thanks for the updates Ziad… the news of dead rats always puts a smile on my face!

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We had a lively discussion two posts back on Russia, US, gold, global economy etc…but this is a never ending story, anyway I thought I share a guy (belangp) I follow for quite sometime in youtube, he has a full time job like Ziad and like him he spends his extra time helping people understand the metal market (his expertise) but also overall US economy, he sometimes goes very basic in his explanation but they are right on target. Check the following presentation, if you have 26 mins to spare, where he explains money velocity in the US and how… Read more »
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Thanks for that Canthama, I personally think as independent nations moving forward, there needs to be an economical system of resistance to the financial domination being displayed on regular basis by the west. I mean just look around. What do we think is going to happen when this crime against Syria is finally suppressed? Years and years of sanctions, currency manipulation, and devaluation, high prices. The Government in Syria will be fighting this war in a different arena just as viciously. The Syrias, Irans and Russias of this world need to come up with a plan to fight that attack… Read more »
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teevee: BRICS, if properly guided and employed, would be a start. I’ve said all I’m going to say regarding fiat paper versus hard money and nobody paid any attention, but maybe this guy with his graphs and slick presentation can get through. Happy New Year, teevee.

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Happy NewYear to you too my friend.

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Canthama: Very interesting presentation; I’m a bit stunned to hear someone admit that what most people think of as ‘money’ is nothing but criminally misrepresented debt. There are two interesting presumptions here, the first being that the 16th (and 17th) Amendments to the Constitution were lawfully ratified, but were they? I refer you to the research omnibus ‘The Law that Never Was’ for the 16th Amendment – – the question of the 17th Amendment ratification might be a project for Hillsdale College to ferret out the answer(s); the second presumption is that the people have assented to the beggary of… Read more »
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Arklight I am by no means an economist and I by no means have much knowledge about constitutional law, but as long as the Dollar is kept as the reserve currency doesn’t that allow the congress tp just keep printing more and more money? Doesn’t that as a last resort allow them to just wipeout the debt? If not, why not? And doesn’t that put other nations such as yours and mine at the mercy of their agenda?

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teevee: The currency of today does not declare itself to be United States Currency, United States Treasury Note, nor any other admission of responsibility by the US government. It ALL proclaims itself to be ‘Federal Reserve Note’, in whatever denomination is desired. The way it works is that the US Bureau of Printing and Engraving, currency printing operation, is contracted to print X number of face dollars, at the rate of (about) 4 cents per note, regardless of denomination. A portion of this Monopoly Money is sprinkled with Pixie Dust, is called money, and used to purchase Treasuries, which are… Read more »
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Great explanation, sir I learned a lot thank you.

CHEVI789
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Thanks arklight, I also need to mention the the american “federal reserve bank” is not even run by the government, it is run by jews alone who are allowed to print money with impunity, now when WE go to do it we are arrested and thrown in jail, and anyone notice how it is ONLY jews who are always the CEO’s?, and the zionist say jews don’t control anything nor anyone.

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Chevi – for the most part EVERY country, has an independent central bank which creates money out of thin air. The Fed is remarkable due to it being the biggest, but sadly it isn’t unique. A currency backed by faith works best for politicians since it can serve as a tool to mask bad policy so we have a beautiful symbiotic relationship between bankers and politicians which has left us, the average joe, in the barrel so to speak.

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My reply should have been to juanito…

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they can’t print alll the money they want, because if they do there will be inflation, because of the larger ammounts of oney circulating, things start to cost more then before, because people hve more money. dollar being a reserve currenncy means that other countries buy dollars, because it is a stable currency. It’s like a way to speculate arround the price of currencies.
-correct me if I’m wrong.

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juanito:If you check back along previous posts on this subject, beginning with Canthama’s excellent link, You’ll get a better idea of the difference between ‘currency’ and ‘money’. I don’t think we’ve missed much along the way, so take your time. Happy New Year, juanito.

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Good video, but there is 2 things at play here. 1) the velocity of money. The velocity of money is how fast money turns over or is spent or used. The velocity of money has crashed in the face of all this money printing world wide. This is why we haven’t seen this mass inflation people were calling for in the west – because the money hasn’t been spent, it has essentially been parked in banks to re liquify them as well as the central banks have bought garbage from banks and put it on the taxpayer to pay for.… Read more »
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Very good post thanks Dudley

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As posted here, I think, I recommend all read, ‘Grandmaster Putin’s Trap: Russia is Selling Oil and Gas in Exchange for Physical Gold’ by Dmitri Kalinichenko at Global Research
http://www.globalresearch.ca/grandmaster-putins-trap-russia-is-selling-oil-and-gas-in-exchange-for-physical-gold/5421567

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Dudley: There are an awful lot of interesting notions afloat, like the notion that ‘we can spend our way to wealth’ or, how about ‘we can borrow our way out of debt’ – – it would be nice if Frank Zappa would reincarnate, at least long enough to parse this extremely intertwined issue and lay out the best path out of the mess. There are a lot of ‘fixes’ on offer that are more patches to the existing mechanism but, unfortunately, almost all are predicated upon retaining a sort of rump of the current system, hoping to build a ‘new’… Read more »
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Dudley: About the only criticism I have is related to ‘American exports’ – – what other country needs more War, Famine, Red Hell, Pestilence and Death’? Our largest export used to be money, but nobody wants that anymore, either.

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Dudley: RT article about alternative methods; am pleased to see that New Zealand and South Korea have gotten into the front ranks.

http://rt.com/business/218315-china-russia-ruble-yuan/

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Good news about Idlib,It!s very interestting welcome support tribes to Syria Army.However,the syria tv must show numbers of rebels defeated,his bodies in fiel battle,in Syria since begin the war.Sometimes the enemy show the wrong numbers about war,always suitable to them.That God Bless the Syria Army.

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Hi hi,

Was reading and had less time for posting.

My question is: what are the orders of the 1000+ soldiers who were stationed in Wadi Deif?

Thnx!

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The news from Deir Zoor is good. In my previous posts I have always wrote about the priority of fighting Nusrats and FSA over IS. The reason is simple: IS has no future in Syria, and no popular support. Sooner or later it will be defeated.
The nusrats and fsa, are more sneaky and treacherous. They practice the same savagery as IS, but try to hide it, pretending to be moderate. This is one reason, these so called moderate have some support among syrians and also among arab and western countries. They are more dangerous than IS.

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Hannibal: Noted.

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Point well made. My take on it is that Nusra / FSA tend to be in closer proximity to damascus / hold more key positions in key cities whereas ISIS has enjoyed vast swaths of sand so the priority for urban cleansing takes precedence.

Now that many urban areas have been cleansed and the full weight of the wrath of the SAA ( et al ) is moving to ISIS we see just what they are made of ( sugar, spice, everything nice and little else).

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Syrian troops kill 17 [filthy smelly sub-animals] jihadists near Israel-occupied territory http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/27/c_133882457.htm DAMASCUS, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) — At least 17 jihadist fighters have been killed over the past two days in their battle against Syrian military positions in the southern province of al-Qunaitera, an opposition monitoring group reported on Saturday. Three rebel leaders were among those killed during a battle last Thursday waged by an array of jihadist groups against Syrian military posts in the countryside of Qunaitera, which borders the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The battle aimed at controlling many military posts in the countryside of Qunaitera, mainly three military… Read more »
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No Name: Every little bit helps, plus a dead rat is a good rat.

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i read different claims about the size of the SAA. ziad claims it is 440,000 strong. others less than a 100,000. a large army should not have troop shortages as syria seems to have.?

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david: Syrian command is not going to spill its guts to you, or us. Syria is winning, so be content with that.

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Like any army you don’t reveal numbers all these claims of shortages come from UN verified sources and so called armchair experts who just want to grab a headline.Unless you have someone deep in Syrian Army going through records etc..treat all claims as pinch of salt.

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Tough year awaits Turkey’s economy in 2015 http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-12/27/c_133882531.htm ISTANBUL, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) — The expected low economic growth combined with the dim world economy prospect are main concerns for Turkey in 2015, experts said on Saturday. The Turkish government projects four percent growth of the gross domestic product (GDP) in 2015 while trying to keep the inflation rate at 6.3 percent by the end of 2015. Economists said in a recently published survey that there is a slight decrease in Turkey’s economic growth estimation in 2015. They expected the growth rate to range from 3 to 4 percent. According to… Read more »
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Five oil tanks catch fire at Libya’s largest oil port http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/africa/2014-12/28/c_133882543.htm TRIPOLI, Dec. 27 (Xinhua) — Fire has spread on Saturday to five oil tanks in Libya’s oil port of Sidra after an oil tank was hit on Thursday by a rocket-propelled grenade fired by militias of Libya Dawn, according to military officials and technicians. “Fire spread on Saturday to another two oil tanks after a tank was set on fire on Thursday by a rocket-propelled grenade fired by militants of Libya Dawn from a boat in the sea toward the harbor.” Said Ali Al-Hassi, spokesman of army forces in… Read more »
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No Name: Bitch to Hilary and The Big B.O. They started it.

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Arklight – R.E. Your rude reply to this good ‘anon’:
Much as I respect you, I remind you that this was the same plan that was in mind for Syria. Only the non-event of the ‘no-fly’ zone saved Syria from this same fate. Show some respect and empathy for the hundreds of thousands of victims in Libya instead of dismissing anything concerning Libya as irrelevant.
….. pray that the same sort of reports never come out of a ruined Syria in the future and that, if they are, they are not dismissed in the same brusque way.
Just sayin’ is all
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Oz: It’s obvious that you and I were not posting on the same blogs when Libya was going on, and Libya still existed. I’m a little curious as to how much empathy I’m supposed to have for millions of fit people who preferred to hugger-mugger in their houses and leave the fighting to the army. Libya’s military fought like tigers, even when there were only battalion or company sized isolated pockets which kept fighting until Gaddafi was murdered. My hat’s way off to them, but where were their cousins, brothers, friends? Somewhere else. Where were the tribes? Lurking round water… Read more »
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teevee: Glad I could help, but Canthama and her link tripped the trigger. Thanks for the ‘attaboy’ – – I may have to go out an buy a bigger hat.

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Jordan reportedly appeals for Turkish [ISIS Central] help to rescue captured pilot

http://www.i24news.tv/en/news/international/middle-east/55949-141229-jordan-reportedly-appeals-for-turkish-help-to-rescue-captured-pilot

Jordan has reportedly asked help from Turkey in an attempt to rescue a Jordanian pilot captured last week by Islamist militants during a mission in Syria.

The Jordanian government has appealed to Turkey’s Amman Embassy to save 26-year-old Maaz Safi Yousef al-Kassasbeh, Turkish authorities told daily Hurriyet.

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Pull out of Isis fight, pilot’s brother tells Jordan

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/news/world/middleeast/article4308463.ece

The brother of the Jordanian pilot captured last week after his fighter jet came down during a sortie against Islamic State has pleaded for his country to withdraw from the coalition fighting the extremists.

His words threaten to further polarise a nation already divided about its involvement in the conflict in neighbouring Syria and Iraq.

“This is not our war”, Jawdat alKissemoh, 30, told The Times. “I wish we’d withdraw from the war …

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Humpty Dumpty Bozo the clown Hadi [my dick in his mouth] Al-Bahra says Syrian opposition has not received invitation to attend Moscow talks

http://www.aawsat.net/2014/12/article55339858

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Yeah Anon, he did not read the story right, it said the Syrian opposition, not the fake ones outside of the country, only the ones inside who wanted to do things the peaceful way, these morons think they are Gods.

Anyway, even if these fakies came to Syria during and election not one of them would get more than 1% of the votes.

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“The brother of the Jordanian pilot captured last week after his fighter jet came down during a sortie against Islamic State has pleaded for his country to withdraw from the coalition fighting the extremists”, we are told. Hmm. What about his country also withdrawing from the coalition fighting the legitimate government of Syria? You know, the guys who are not extremists, the ones who are killing extremists? “This is not our war,” Jawdat alKasaesbeh, 30, told The Times. “I wish we’d withdraw from the war but it’s a political decision and a big one.” Well then, off you go Jawdat.… Read more »
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One-sided reporting only helps ISIS http://rudaw.net/english/opinion/29122014 Todenhöfer said he was very impressed with the way ISIS is ruling Mosul. They have maintained “an awful sense of normalcy in Mosul,” he told CNN. There is an “almost ecstatic enthusiasm” for the jihadist group in the city. These comments show that he only saw what ISIS wanted him to see. In that sense, he does not differ too much from those the group recruits in the West. And whether he realizes it or not, he is actually helping ISIS to blind them with promises of the ever growing Islamic state they can… Read more »
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IS fighters tag wives, children in 1-way ticket to heaven http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2014/12/29/is-fighters-tag-wives-children-1-way-ticket-heaven.html Sitting slightly slouched on a worn-out leather couch, Muhammad Amin Mude smiled confidently as he explained why he helped parents and their children travel from Indonesia to war-torn Syria to join the outlawed Islamic State (IS) movement, known also as ISIS or ISIL. “Everyone knows that IS is forming a caliphate in Syria and I am just helping people to go there so that they can be better Muslims,” he told The Jakarta Post on Sunday at the Jakarta Police headquarters in Central Jakarta. But unlike in previous jihads,… Read more »
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Are these people on drugs?! 😎

In battle to defang the Islamic State, U.S. targets its psychology

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/nation-world/world/article/In-battle-to-defang-the-Islamic-State-U-S-5982622.php

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Anon, I could not access the info without subscribing it, found it the same article in NYT.

http://www.nytimes.com/2014/12/29/us/politics/in-battle-to-defang-isis-us-targets-its-psychology-.html?smid=tw-share&_r=0

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video, sintesi degli eventi in Siria 2014/12/28.. http://anna-news.info/node/27089

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Help! Ark, Dudley & Chevi – On the subject of managing economies, money and diplomacy, Can you pleeez explain to me the logic behind Russian thinking, after reading these two articles published the same day? It has me totally stumped: Article 1: (Xinhuanet) — Ukraine has suspended all train and bus services to Crimea due to what it called a ‘deteriorating’ security situation on the Black Sea peninsula which joined Russia in March. The suspension of bus and train links has effectively created a Ukrainian transport blockade to and from the region, as Ukraine has already banned sea and air… Read more »
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Oz: Regarding Article 1, you have to remember that there is no intelligent life in Kiev. Personally, I think that somebody in Washington (who has no skin in the game) whispered sweet nonsense in Porky’s ear, and convinced him that playing dog in the manger is a surefire way to regain Crimea. The dumber the idea, the farther Kiev will leap in order to embrace it. Ukraine can ban sea and air contact all it wants, but in the first place that traffic would have to transit Ukrainian airspace and national waters; second, they have nothing with which to enforce… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Oz, it’s called morals, something the west is void of, Vlad has his reasons and i see it but would take way to long to give you the story as it is heavily interwound, i could also tell you why and what zionist do but that would way to long as well. But in short it is like this; Article 1: they are following their lords in america with sanctions on the Crimea, they are like school kids and want back whats not theirs, it’s like trying to argue with a thief to get your belongings back. Article 2: unlike… Read more »
Canthama
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Canthama
Few actions to look at in the next few days : 1) Al Zabadani – about time to get rid of rats once and forever in Al Zabadani-border with Lebanon, this city has served as rat nest for too long. http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/rif-dimashq-syrian-army-hezbollah-storm-al-zabadani/ 2) Growing communications of ISIS amassing forces in two spots in Syria: a) As Sukhnar – near Palmyra-Der Ez Zor road, if confirmed, it may mean ISIS trying to cut off roads access to Der Ez Zor, forces coming from Raqqa Province. Important to mention that the Hajjar oil field, near Arak, is worth mentioning as a target. b)… Read more »
Pozitronkx
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Pozitronkx

“Bag daddy” and the 40 rapists.. . Caliph of the Daeshi scumbags.. . 😉

Ozsceptic
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Ozsceptic

Go SAAF!
Syrian warplanes targeted the eastern Ghouta (besieged) area with about 80 raids within 72 hours. The air campaign is the most violent yet, aiming to pave the way for a massive ground attack to the Ghouta, led by Syrian Defense Minister Jassem Freij, personally.
https://www.facebook.com/Syriaonline.sy

Arklight
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Arklight

Oz: ‘- – led by Syrian Defense Minister Jamssem Freif, personally’, This oughtta be good.

ziad
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ziad

so the SAA or SAF don’t have the ability to target ground forces in a fog?

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