NUSRA CONVOY SCORCHED BY SYRIAN ARMY IN SUWAYDAA; AL-WA’ER TERRORISTS SCREAMING BLOODY MURDER AT COMMANDERS

الجيش يقصف مقراً للإرهابيين بحي الوعر ويواصل عملياته البرية في ريف حمص

SUWAYDAA:  This province has not seen much action probably due to a traditional fear combatants have of dragging Druze fighters into any existential conflict.  The Druze have a reputation for being ferocious in battle due to their belief in reincarnation which guarantees all their warriors a return to the wombs of their mothers after earthly death.  They have no interest in martyrdom, but, once their families are threatened, they combine together to form a wall of stubborn resistance that has become legendary.

Enter Nusra.  Yesterday, in an effort to fool the SAA, Nusra tried to move a convoy out of Jordan through Suwaydaa.  But, the Druze (Muwahhidoon) are uniformly pro-government.  They certainly could never coexist with Wahhabist derelicts and cannibals.  They immediately provided the coordinates for the movement of a large caravan of pickups with 23mm cannons.  The SAA was quick to set up artillery vectored at the axis of Al-‘Alaali/Al-Mudawwara/Al-Shawmara.  The scene is described by reports as “hallucinogenic” with rat carcasses flying up in the air like popcorn in a popper, their vehicles seemingly transformed into chariots with radiant plumes of fire and, of course, the cacophonic squealing of rats as they receive their first baptism in a temporal Hell as a prelude to the eternal confirmation with Mephistopheles.

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Al-Wa’er:  We have been telling all of you about the ethnic character of the reptiles still left in this quarter of Homs.  They are mostly, if not all, non-Syrian, and while the indigenous killers have either surrendered or taken the express to other more amenable parts of the country, these Nusra Wahhabists are determined to fight on in the face of hopeless odds.  At Al-Mool Al-Azraq, (The Blue Mall),  the SAA atomized a Command-and-Control center acting as the supreme HQ for the huddled microbes here.  As the artillery fire intensified, MI could hear the cringing vermin shouting epithets in Russian at “commanders” elsewhere in the Houlaa vowing to exact vengeance for their abandonment.  There is no way to know how many were killed or wounded; what we do know is they have no way to treat their wounded cannibals as all medicine has run out.  It’s surrender or die.  Preferably the latter.

 

Fighting continuing in Kafr Laahaa, Taldu, Al-Naassiriyya.

 

Ruhoom and ‘Unq Al-Hawaa:  ISIS losing every battle.  No more details about on-going combat.


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Mohammad
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are we going to see any large scale offensive to clean up north of homs?

nowisdomlikeheartwisdom
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As far as i know there is non stop offensive north of Homs since year. If you think it is to slow: SAA did not charge over plain field, do it more pro style.

Anonymous
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Looks like some Douche-bags tripped down some stairs in Deir Ezzor, and bumped their heads so hard that they practically fell off. Warriors and commanders from across Syria should take a closer look at how RG and friends in DZ are dealing with the rat plague and apply similar tactics. Crushing enemy morale is as important as crushing their numbers!

JackFtrolls
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More so !

Canthama
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It is critical in this conflict to block reinforcements to reach the battle front, what you report in Al Suwaydaa is perfect, lack of resupplies, better if it is continuous event, do affect the battle front, a homer for sure. tks for sharing it.

ariston
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I have a question to make to Ziad or whoever can explain; How come there is so little news from inside Mosul,usually from areas ISIS controlles there are pictures and videos online ,indeed from Mosul almost nothing.I might be wrong but there is something there not usual.Maybe there is a form of power sharing with ex. BATH party…

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Ziad exposed the fact that the baath brigades and ISIS were working hand in glove. Certainly at some point it will go south as we know.

recall the baathists in the org chart ( note my addition of the information minstry.

http://i.imgur.com/GIVqqcq.jpg

Setright
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LOL

JackFtrolls
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The last news from Mosul are that life is “normal”, everybody ties to ignore ISIIS who are said to have about 6000 guys in the city, spread over far apart buildings so bombing will not hurt them.
They are apparently not having much trouble with the population.Iraqis could retake the town if they can develop a taste for some nice street fighting… only 5000. Then again, one never knows if such mews aren’t disinformation.

Arklight
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Iraqi News put it out that Mosul will be attacked by at least 3 division of ISF after the first of the year. I don’t know why they said that, unless it’s to get ISIL to vacate the premesis. ISF has been constantly probing Mosul, Tikrit and Fallujah, as well as Hit and surrounding area. I think that Iraq could use a lot more Russian aircraft and ordinance, but since the Pantsir systems were stolen right off the delivery docks and wound up in the hands of ISIL, I doubt Russia will be sending Iraq more weapons anytime soon. Well,… Read more »
JackFtrolls
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What are they in Mosul, Sunnis, Kurds, Shias ? Mostly Sunni Kurds I guess. So when those 5000 hide in the crowd (300 k) and the crowd doesn’t kill them, the Iraqis may have a hard time getting them out of Mosul yet.

What’s three divisions, not just infantry – so that means maybe a bit more than 12.000 infantrymen attacking.
Then again, with 5000 opponents, they can attack where they like but it will take forever to get the entire place back,

Arklight
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Jack: Peshmerga made it very plain that liberating Mosul is a job for ISF, since the Kurds take care of their own. Ziad or Canthama could tell us more about the makeup of the Mosul population, but I think that any Kurds who had been there hatted up and skied on out, lob ago.

Canthama
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Jack and Arklight, Mosul used to have some 1.82MM people before the fall to ISIS, no one knows for sure how many were left in the city but it must a lot, guesstimate of 1.3-1.5MM. Mosul has predominantly Sunni Muslins (Turkmen, some Kurds and Arabs brought by Sadam from Anbar and other Sunni regions within Iraq), most people of other religions, including Assyrian Christians and Shiite Muslims, were driven out by ISIS, important to mention that all other religions have long roots in Mosul, very ancient and deep down the fabric of the city. Having said that it is expected… Read more »
grover
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Pictures?

dudleydoright911
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Another day another convoy sent to satan’s you pick your part junkyard. Great news. We’ve been beating this drum for so long but it is nice to see it coming to fruition.

Safe harbors becoming few and far between. A population where even where there once was some support ( not in the above mentioned obviously ) it is now gone. The savages forced out into the open to fight a real war. The predictable results are laid bare here every day. Disaster for Nato’s irregular army of savages.

Anonymous
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I can understand that SAA is unable to get their hands on RPO-M type of weapons; however, I do not understand why they do not use TBG-7V thermobaric round for RPG-7? I am sure it has been used, somewhere, but we never see it on video footage, indicating very minimal use.

Arklight
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Anon:Either that or SAA doesn’t want all of the wares in the window. SAA is in no way obligated to telegraph its punches, much as that might please some people, including the rats who closely peruse this blog.

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Any Syrian still fighting against brave SAA and ndf … needs to be stripped of materials and have his balls clipped to improve the next generation of Syria. It took Algeria ten years to defeat its rats 92-02. Realistically this conflict could last a few more years… when it’s over Syria must be rebuilt for the children of patriots not scam sucking opportunists like Riyadh the peg leg.

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NEW MILITANT STRATEGY: seen firing mortars from inside buildings. They make a small hole in the wall, and fire a mortar right through it into neighboring building. I believe this video clip is from Aleppo (Salahudine) as per description. Live Leak is one channel where quite a bit of info can be gathered, as militants post video of their tactics, weapons, positions, numbers, types of people.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=3a4_1419245753

JackFtrolls
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Risky. Not a big deal, shows some desperation. I an understand that if they use rpgs, but mortars ? Not really such a successful innovation.

Johny
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Syria Idlib, SAA Soldiers upload a video saying Abu Duhur airbase has a 25km safe Perimeter.. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-HeI3j3ESs&feature=youtu.be

Ten
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This doesn’t look like winter to me, I could be wrong though.

Arklight
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Good news for Sudan! PRC is sending an infantry battalion as peace keepers; thjese will be PLA regulars who deeply resent being either shot, or shot at. I’d guess that the ladies operate the crew served weapons. They will be highly trained with their weapons, and nobody to mess with.

Link: http://rt.com/news/216715-china-military-un-sudan/;

JackFtrolls
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Hmm. Maybe Sudan might want to stick to that oil as long as that crisis doesnt blow over. Have you read the article about the CIA fucking/making the Saudis over-frack their oil fields so they have to pump like hell for at least five years ?

Arklight
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Jack: The Saudis wet their pants every time they think about the ISF jammin’ south after Iraq is rat free. KSA doesn’t have a lot of choice about pumping hand-over-fist; They’re broke, and have been dipping into their cash reserves just to pay the bills for the last 5-6 years. They’ll do pretty much what they’re told, just to keep the Americans covering the ground like a plague of locusts. I don’t feel sorry for them at all, but I don’t know what Iraq would want with a KSA reduced to renting camels to tourists for a living.

JackFtrolls
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Hell, sure. Venezuela is in the same fix, they have sooo much oil and no money.
This is why the US are in such a great position, they have borrowed everybody else’s money to a degree where they can dictate the conditions. What can go wring ? Nothing as long as everybody else is too yellow to call their bluff.

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Another long winded post. In another post there was a discussion about, Russia’s relationship in regards to Libya and the fall of Colonel Ghaddafi, in that discussion I said that Ghadaffi deserved what he got because of his own mismanagement of the situation at hand, someone responded to me that in this case I was all wet. I obviously did not make my point clear enough to get such a response. Anyways, it is said that if you know yourself and you know your enemy then you will have numerous victories. But if you don’t know yourself or your enemy… Read more »
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Fuck you, teevee – you always make my day ;)) I rather liked Gadhafi, tell ye what – he was a hippie. There’s nothing wrong with changing one’s opinions and keep growing all your life, the opposite is the case. But true, he didn’t understand that democratic politicos have no honor, being a true desert child. His state was a feudal, easy-going conglomerate that never evolved really dedicated specialists, this is why they relied on outside experts who.fucked them over multiple times. Goldman Sachs did. Still, he kept being constructive, which will get you ass-fucked and dead in this world… Read more »
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Jack: Whatever else Gaddafi may have been, he was a Libyan patriot. He invested the vast revenues in Libya, building modern hospitals and clinics, new schools and libraries, upgrading the infrastructure, and building underground aquaducts to supply the ever growing wheat acreage. Libya had evolved into the breadbasket of North Africa, and was so prosperous that it made the EU and USA puke; every Libyan of working age got a check from the government for the equivalent of about a grand a month, whether he or she worked or not. Libya had no foreign debt beyond what could be discharged… Read more »
teevee
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His patriotism is not in question . What is in the issue is why the most successful African country ended in total chaos.

Arklight
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teevee: Libya got trashed because work got out in February that Libya was going to roll out the Libyan Hold Dinar, for international trade, in June. The International Banksters put out the contract on Gaddafi, Hilary Clinton ordered the airstrikes, and Obama gave the operation his personal okey-dokey.

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Arklight – Thank you! You save me the bother of a reply to our friend Teevee by saying everything I wanted to say, but so much more succinctly. Thanks also to JFTrolls … and no offense intended to TeeVee either, just coz I disagree. I am still disappointed how many SyPer readers still fail to see the parallels between Libya’s destruction and the events that followed immediately after in Syria and now in Iraq, all by the same villains, using the same ‘rats’ … all for the same intended outcomes. When seemingly sensible accuse Gadhafi of ‘not sharing power’ and… Read more »
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Oz: Well, remember that Saddam was painted as some inhuman monster who slaughtered his own people, in the build up to the first Gulf War; It turned out that he pursued the same policy as Gaddafi in that he killed off every member of al Qaida and Muslim Brotherhood he could get his mitts on. Trouble is, any country that pisses off Big Oil or the International Banksters gets a contract put out on them, the first step in the process being to demonize the current government and fabricate some lame excuse to actually commit the armed robbery. Egypt was… Read more »
teevee
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I like Ghadaffi too, did I say I don’t if so I didn’t mean it, but how can you befriend Tony Blair and don’t expect to get fucked?

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teevee: Gaddafi never shook hands with Blair – – the Colonel kept one hand on the family jewels, and the other on his wallet. Gaddafi could smile and make nice with the best of ’em, but as far as I know he never trusted Blair.

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I think he got rather cozy with Sarkozy and Berlusconi – bothe very shady characters who climbed the ranks by doing the corruption dance, these folks are no revolutionaries. Straight reptiles.EU politicians these days are persons without any real beliefs, who are pliable enough to never refuse the Empire. They always and only buckle to the mighty Silver Hair Gorilla’s sweet dictatorship, it’s their means of survival.. If you deal with them, you might as well deal with the Mafia, direct – though, the Mafia is way more reliable. Have to play by their rules. But what killed him was… Read more »
Arklight
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Interestin.

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I don’t understand why poeple are so shour Israel has the US under control. It works both ways. Israel has indeed interests in not allowing palestine to become a state. On the other hand, I do not think they ever intended to atack Iran in the last years. The US has been thriving on Israel to atack Iran, but that did’t happen. Thats the main reason, in my opinion, why the US is leaving Israel on their own or not acting accordingly, allowing the EU to recognice the Israeli state, against Israel’s will. I’m not saying, they both don’t lack… Read more »
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Teevee: Saving Syria is going a long way toward saving civilization, effed up as it is. The only way to deal with ISIS/ISIL is with a bullet between the eyes, or a bayonet in the belly button and out the back. They cannot be reformed, reconstituted or left to their own devices, so the only place upon the planet where they may be put to constructive use is to fertilize Syria, Iraq, or anywhere else where they may be chivvied out. Nobody ever reformed the Khmer Rouge or the Pathet Lao, and both are still there, trying to put together… Read more »
Arklight
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juanito: ‘Negotiators’ are quite willing, and able, to talk the winning side out of a victory and into their graves, given half a chance. You can’t make a deal with a Water Moccasin.

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I agree with you; It is a bitter-sweet solution; We all wish (I guess) the war would end in a WW2 fasion (from the prespective of absolute victory), but that is hardly going to happen in the way things look like right now. Given that, Russia is bankrupt, Syria needs money and is not getting any money from russia anylonger, their GDP is half of what it was last year, they have lost 110.000 loyalist fighters, non-voluntary conscriptions and calling of reservists has started, etc. It’s clearly getting harder with each passing year. On the other hand, of course, we… Read more »
david
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china alone has a bigger economy than america. america is a ghost. debt, infrastructure falling apart [ detroit ] no manufacturing. an army that is obsolete that is bankrupting the country. and a population primarily of fat, self obsessed, uninformed ignoramuses. that have no idea what is coming their way

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Juanito – Thank you. A very interesting post that should attract heaps of comment.
However, I am surprised you can seriously argue here that “the west has a more developed and powerful economy, less unstable if you will.”
OMG Juanito!! Have you checked the US National debt at this moment?
$18 036 543 778 546 … and rising as I type!
http://www.brillig.com/debt_clock/

Are you really unaware that the US, UK, France, Greece, Italy …and all of the EU is bankrupt?
Seriously???

Arklight
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juanito: The western economies are screwed, guy. Believe it. The only thing that keeps them going is the perception that they are still viable; the dollar is toast.

Recommended reading: ‘CAPITALISM: The Unknown Ideal’, by Ayn Rand.:

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¿So why is russia at the end (clear devaluation of imported goods) and the USA is still hoping arround like a rabit?
EXPLAIN to me way, becuase I do not understand, plz.

teevee
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Forget about Ghaddafi he unfortunately is history now. What is your feelings about saving Syria?

Arklight
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teevee: check on up a bit; sorry, I got my replies out of rotation.

Anonymous
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Gaddafi and the Jamahiriya are far from ‘history’, they live on in the hearts and minds of millions.

david
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hearts and minds do not seem to be motivated to fight. they are history

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David – I ask you, how motivated would the Syrian people be right now if their leader had been butchered, their country bombed and raped, thousands imprisoned without trial and their country was governed by rats? [which was the intended scenario for Syria as you know]. Libya (and Iraq) took the full brunt of the brutality that was also intended for Syria. Don’t dishonor the memories of Libyans who died, were forced into exile or are still suffering torture and death under the new ‘democrazy.’ Show some compassion and respect, please. BTW, the Italians and the French thought the Libyan… Read more »
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gadaffi was eccentric but he had some great ideas. lifted his country out of poverty. but he was betrayed by his people. if millions of libyans had taken up arms he would have won. they chose to sit and watch [ not all of them ] now they pay the price

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Anonymous – Bless you! Stay Green. “Allah Muammar, Libya O Bess”.

Arklight
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david: A lot of people sit at home and hope for the best, and get the worst (of course). The Syrians, thank Heaven, are quite often fighting right alongside SAA, NDF or local defense forces although there are still plenty of them who expect the Syrian military, Hizbollah, YPG and various militias to carry the water for them. The old, young and infirm I can understand, since they are not fit ti fight anyway, but what the hell is the matter with the able bodied, just sitting at the house and whining? The people who could fight, but will not,… Read more »
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Well its easy, send the Russian Airforce to bomb “terrorists” in Syria. If its good for the US its good for Russia too. There would be fanfare in Western Countries as we love bombs falling on Isis, the rabbit front Al-Nusra and the database list Al-Quaeda.

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Watcher: The Russian Air Force can’t just diddy-bop into the country and set up shop; it has to be invited by Syria. Personally, I think it would be a good idea, but I’m not running the damned war.

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Back to Syria, at last….. WHO is back in Syria? The Syrian government has approved the delivery of medicine and surgical supplies to three areas of the country aid workers were previously unable to reach regularly, including opposition-held Aleppo. Elizabeth Hoff, the WHO’s Syria representative, told Reuters the areas freed for access are Aleppo, the besieged Damascus district of Mouadamiya, and Eastern Ghouta, outside the capital. ‘Besieged Damascus district of Mouadamiya, opposition held areas of Aleppo, Eastern Ghouta, too? Surely, the Syrian government wouldn’t be silly enough give them free access into the rat infested areas, would they? Oh God,… Read more »
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I have to thank the SAA for killing some ISIS-asshole from the Netherlands. Apparently some 19 year old dumbass from the Dutch city of Maastricht got his head blown off by the SAA at Deir Ezzor.

Good riddance to bad rubbish…….

Dus heel erg bedankt SAA, (thank you very much in Dutch). May many more of these Jihadi Fucks die by the hands of the Syrian Army!!

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Breaking news to cheer us all up! The Syrian army shot down an Israeli reconnaissance drone on Sunday over Quneitra province near the occupied Golan Heights, a military source told Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA). According to Press TV, the downed drone was monitoring the area on Sunday while the Syrian army was advancing against militant groups. http://english.al-akhbar.com/content/syrian-army-downs-israeli-spy-drone-near-golan-heights Ziad, my wife is still pissed at me for sitting here for the last 2 hours and wants me to come to bed. She says “Men are responsible for all the war and suffering on this planet and that women would do… Read more »
Arklight
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Oz: C’mon! Lucretia has been bad rapped for hundreds of years. Give the girl a break, will ya?

ziad
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I got better news for you,seems that drone was brought down intact,as in it appears to have landed,,so put 2 and 2 together,,,remember Iran and the captured americunt drones? hehehehe

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