AL-RAQQA: ISIS CRUMBLING AS MORE EXECUTIONS REPORTED; SAUDIS BEHEADED BY ISIS AFTER ATTEMPTED DESERTION

AL-RAQQA:  Syrian Perspective is delighted to report 2 wonderful and heartwarming events: the first is the internal degeneration of ISIS. Oh, don’t believe the Western liars who keep pumping up this old candle that’s been burning at both ends for far too long. Everybody in the West has a stake in keeping the myth of the ISIS dragon alive.  But, ISIS is beginning to show the most obvious signs of an internal metastatic cancer that is inoperable and impervious to treatment of any kind.  To prove that, we have our second event.  On Tuesday January 27, 2015, a reported 65 Saudis and UAE citizens were executed for desertion on order of the Caliph of Kaka, Abu Bakr Al-Baghdaadi.  This all came in reports from loyal Syrian citizens in the city who are part of the resistance to ISIS.

The details are that these Saudis and UAE apes, most of whom were sent to Syria by their own countries to participate in the “Jihad” with Jabhat Al-Nusra defected for reasons unknown to the ISIS group.  When ISIS was branded a “terrorist organization” by Saudi Arabia, they knew they would not be greeted warmly by the authorities in their own country, which, ironically, is one of the founding members of ISIS!  Ha. Ha. Ha.

Well, couple that with the catastrophe at Kobane and you have some disgruntled and disillusioned Islamist fighters.  They conspired to escape by pretending to go off on a shopping spree.  On that Tuesday they left their weapons behind in a show of nonchalance to be absorbed by the hated “morals police” as proof of their intent to merely purchase some much needed merchandise.  They did not get very far because a snitch inside the group alerted the devils of ISIS.  Their intention was to reach a smuggling route between Syria and Turkey at Al-Munbatih.  As soon as they reached a point 1 km away from the city on the northern side, their vans were stopped by 4 vehicles and all the rodents had to disembark – all 65 of them.

According to sources in Al-Raqqa, they were forced to confess to desertion and were tried on the spot in a makeshift “religious court” officiated by some orangutan pretending to be a legal scholar.  He was quick to find them guilty of the following charges: 1. Desertion in the face of the infidel enemy; 2. attempting to take refuge in a country of infidels.  The sentence? Guess what.  Well, it wasn’t probation or under advisement.

They were taken to an undisclosed location now known for its ruggedness in an area called Al-Hoota where they were tossed unceremoniously into a natural cavity in the earth.  How ignoble.  The source of this information is a medical professional in Al-Raqqa whose name cannot be revealed.

The rats of ISIS are now paranoid. They have doubled morals police patrols, reinstituted a curfew and intensified fortifications to insure their stalwart, loyal and committed jihadists don’t try something like this again.  Hey, if ISIS continues to rid the world of such vermin, how can we protest?  Don’t laugh your heads off. It’s true.


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Freedomfighter
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love it 🙂 They were looking I quess for mac donalds and decided to go back because in Raqqa no mac donalds anymore ha ha

david
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the greeks just voted to extend sanctions on russia. the new government is a fraud. the people have been duped

Stein Bauge
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this extension is for the symbolic sanctions. let’s see when it’s time to renew the ones that matter.

Anonymous
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Syriza is funded by the international ‘humanitarian’ and warlord Georgii Soros. Who also funded the revolution-turned-to-war in Ukraine.

Hope, not change.

xaameriki.wordpress.com/2013/02/27/soros-yza-billionaire-currency-speculator-funding-and-advising-tsipras/
pravoslavie.ru/english/59853.htm

Arklight
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david,Anon: Link to Pravda interview with Dr. Paul Craig Roberts regarding Greece: http://english.pravda.ru/opinion/columnists/23-01-2015/129602-greek_crisis-0/

Arklight
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david: According to an article yesterday (since taken down), Greece did not sign on to the extension of sanctions, but Brussels says that the Greeks, Hungarians and others did not file objections, in writing, in time to prevent the inclusion of those countries in the ‘yes’ vote.Once again, silence is consent.

teevee
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Yes you are right silence is consent, however the Greeks are in serious trouble, if they are not careful the whole country will collapse. Now is not time for ideological differences to be at forefront of policy making. Just like Syria not retaliating against Israel, Turkey, Qatar and the Saudi house of horrors.

Sicel Joe
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Only the far-right Nationalists who the globalist Zionists hate more than anyone else can bring about the end of the EU Zio-monster.

brabantian
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So Greece’s new Syriza government is ‘sell-out’ when approving sanctions against Russia ?

But Russia was not ‘sell-out’ when approving sanctions against Iran – still in place – or bombing of Libya etc ?

That was Russia being ‘strategic’, ‘doing what is necessary’ etc ?

Also not ‘sell-out’ but ‘strategic’ was Russia letting thousands of Russian-speakers be killed by Kiev-Nato on Russia doorstep in Donbass East Ukraine, very ‘strategic’ and ‘necessary’ ?

Any anyone who accuses Russia of multiple ‘sell-outs’ is ‘troll’ who is ‘trying to slander great Russia to benefit zio-Nato’ etc ?

But Greece’s Syriza signing sanctions is ‘sell-out’, not ‘strategic’ … ?

Anonymous
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Russia and Greece are both sell-outs and cannot be trusted. They are backstabbers.

Just look at how they threw their Serbian “brethren” under the bus in the 1990s with the American aggression .. sorry humanitarian intervention… against that nation in 1999.

Stein Bauge
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iran sanctions had something to do with uran trade, russia wanting to pressure iran – there have been other conrtoversies. ‘sellout’ is a crude word in this context – RFs Donbass policy is definitely out of careful strategy. Greece went against more sanctions, in fact stopped them together with some others

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Good news indeed. The new year started badly for Isis and it is getting worse by the day. They were kicked out of both Kobane in Syria and Diyala province in Iraq almost simultaneously. They are being pulverised on a daily basis in Deir Ez Zorr. Morale and discipline appears to be collapsing in Deir Ez Zorr, Raqqah and Kobane (there were reports of desertions also in Kobane where some rats crossed the border and ‘surrendered’ to the Turkish uber-rats.) Isis were built up to be bad-boy superstars by the western media. They are turning out to be strawmen, cowardly… Read more »
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Awesome news, thank you Ziad.
i would add ISIS is taking a huge beating in Der Ez Zor, SAA is advancing both toward Raqqa and the Iraq border, their situation may not be sustainable since thousands of tribes are indeed helping the SAA, we may see Der Ez Zor in a much different situation by the end of this first half.

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I have to wonder how many ‘medical professionals’ will now be executed on suspicion that they may have contact with government intel people. With an outfit like ISIS, you don’t have to say a lot on any specific subject of ‘people’ in order for a little bit to be far too much.

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Awesome, apes killing apes! Also I had read that today at Jabal al-Zawiya (Idlib) 175 vermin were exterminated in their lairs by the syrian fighter jets! 🙂

Saladin
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Nice to see them collapsing from within. And with the Hezbollah action on the Lebanon border, we can see progress on several fronts. The ISIS freaks are zionist proxies anyway, as we know. I don’t think the Zionist apartheid state wants to ratchet up the war on their phony northern border just yet. Maybe after elections. This summer may be very hot indeed.

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Their collapse is imminent. A system of fear wouldn’t be a stable platform for anything but a community. Sad, but the poor souls who try to reverse from their false believes and deeds won’t have a chance to proove it and announce it to the world.
No tears for them killers, anyway. Stop cruelty and atrocities by letting them bleed dry!

Bestest!

cc

pop
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Thanks Ziad as always again.

Clean the table now SAA & Hezbollah,
another guest is coming back again.
Be prepared to dish him out as
he deserves it.
The kraken will try a powerful
revenge.
Trusting in God is not such a
sure thing than trusting the
unrelenting propensity to violence
of a megalomaniac truculent neighbor.
And he feels stronger by the day when
big bro sends his mightiest carrier now.

david
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at a recent lunch with ”friends” i stated that i did not trust the official story of the paris incident. i pointed out obvious inconsistencies in the official story eg lack of blood in the area of an execution, a discovery of an ID in the getaway car etc. all highly suspicious in my view. one of my wife’s friends said if i did not take back what i said he would leave. he stormed from the house enraged. his other two friends smugly discounted my ”silly conspiracy theory”. and then left. any advice on how i handled this situation?… Read more »
Arklight
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david: Just let the conversation simmer for a while, and see if any minds are changed. If not, are those guys such a great loss to you and the missus? People who suck up the slop tossed out by governments may well rat you out in future, so maybe best that the are gone.

david
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totally agree arklight. cheers

Sicel Joe
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Very true words Ark! This is what we have to worry about with the psychopaths we have running the West. It is exactly what they want to create: a snitch state. An old Siclian advice: better to listen and learn first.

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If you want to persuade other people of your, somewhat unusual, point of view, it is probably wise to respect them, to accept the possibility, however reluctantly that they might be right. If you regard people who disagree with you as sheep, I would suggest that this is not an effective way to conduct a productive discourse. You just end up talking only to those who agree with you anyway. And since everybody disagrees with everybody else on some things, your circle of influence becomes ever-diminishing until you end up talking to yourself only.
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you make some valid points. but the disintegration of the economy and of our liberties is because the people [ who i call sheep ] are voting in politicians that are responsible.[ obviously puppets to the banker, corporate elites who are the real culprits ] if believing the BBC or CNN was actually improving matters you may have a point. but the people i disagree with fully support a system that is obviously falling apart. and is totally lacking in morals or ethics. so can you explain how they could possibly be right? i accept that i may end up… Read more »
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I think they cling to the system for fear that their comfortable way of life change , and also by hypocrisy , to say and accept that it is politically and ” morally ” acceptable

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To counter this kind of situations, I think you can be back for international writers, overall them who are very actualized in geopolitics. Read: http://www.voltairenet.org/article186413.html. Thierry Meyssan is a very proud intellectual.

david
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i read voltaire among many others eg paul craig roberts, gerald celente. max keiser. webster tarpley, lew rockwell, the saker. jim willie and may others. all very good

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Free speech is a western mythological illusion… Dieudonné trial: French comedian facing charges of inciting racial … The Independent-28 Jan 2015 The French comedian Dieudonné M’bala M’bala went on trial today for predicting that a Jewish radio presenter would end up in the gas … Dieudonne trial over ‘gas chambers’ remark starting The Times of Israel-21 hours ago French Comedian Stands Trial Over Comment Against Jewish … New York Times-28 Jan 2015 Dieudonne Faces Trial for Hate Rant Jewish Daily Forward-28 Jan 2015 Anti-Semitic French comedian Dieudonne tells court he seeks peace Ynetnews-28 Jan 2015 Explore in depth (40 more… Read more »
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Par for the course in brain-dead Oz. No-one wants to enquire about anything beyond the banal. They don’t ask why Monis was left to grow more and more unhinged for 17 hours, when he could’ve been snipered thru a window, as filmed by a camera … My only tip (and I’m no example, having a few friends, who accept I know what I’m talking about. Otherwise, it’s too surreal, dealing with people who are ‘perception managment’ victims) — Do your homework, have your sources handy, and emphasise inductive reasoning. Buzz words … ‘false flag’ … ‘assymetric warfare’ … ‘cognitive dissonance’… Read more »
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Hi David,

Don’t argue with them, just ask them to read the following article with an open mind.

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/01/26/fredou/

George

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RT article on Guantanamo Bay: US won’t give it back, but it doesn’t belong to US anyway. The Naval Station was leased for 99 years, following the Spanish American War, and since the lease expired the US has been there on a year-by-year lease. Fidel is said to have had a lower drawer in this desk into which he would drop the lease payment envelope, unopened, and Cuba has not cashed one of those checks. Gitmo was, originally, leased as a coaling station for the fleet, and the site for a transoceanic cable station. There is no harbor, no coal… Read more »
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MILLIONS ‘BORED’ TO DEATH IN BBC SHOCK-HOLOCAUST DOCUMENTARY By Our Media Staff LOUIS BELLSEN and ART BUCHENWALD Millions of innocent men, women and children were last week systematically bored to death in one of the most shocking crimes in television history, it emerged in London today. Eyewitnesses told of whole families being herded into their sitting rooms, where lethal “TV screens” were switched on by high-ranking BBC officials. Within minutes the victims had been asphyxiated by a deadly double-stream of tastelessness and boredom, manufactured in canisters by a US company specialising in toxic substances. The so-called ‘final solution’ to the… Read more »
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Wow really funny!!! …. manufactured in canister by U.S company ….. LOL

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Hi all, here comes another great piece by Pepe Escobar on ME and Obama’s visit to KSA. Always a good and refreshing read.

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/28/2847

Canthama
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This is superb piece by Patrick Armstrong on Russia, I strongly recommend you read, it has many hyperlinks to go deeper in what he shares. His sharp and crispy opinions plus a sense of humor that it is ” A La Ziad Fadel” is absolutely a great combination.

http://russia-insider.com/en/2015/01/29/2958

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And here are some links regarding how the israeli generals and their people are shitting themselves regarding Hezbollah

http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=193070&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=18&s1=1

here’s another one about how america now says the Taliban is just an armed insurgency

http://rt.com/usa/227487-white-house-taliban-terrorists/

Foe today friend tomorrow.

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teevee
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War signifies two opposing forces that one side has at least a prayer of a chance that if they conduct the business of war successfully they can survive. Gaza is a concentration camp, their fuel, food, medicine and all other means of lively hood is controlled by their opponents. How is that a war? does a war mean that i kill your women and children at will inside a fenced in compound? Was it war in Auschwitz? No sir killing and bombing people that have no means to stop you is not war. You and your people will call it… Read more »
Canthama
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teeve, you are 100% correct.

CHEVI789
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Well it seems lesson 5 of this article is what i have said on this website as well as others, missiles is the way to go and can defeat ANY radar/missile system, quite simple really as some might remember what I said, fire 1.5 times the missiles for each battery the enemy has, that way 50% of the rockets will go through, lol, i even emailed al-manar about this but they might have already thought of it.

Missiles are much cheaper and a good one is worth it’s weight in gold.

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Iraqi parliament approves 2015 draft budget

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2015-01/30/c_127438398.htm

Cataro
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try all day to enter al-Masdar but is offline, someone else had trouble getting?

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Canthama
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Cataro, it looks good for me in Brazil, sometimes almasdar suffers from heavy traffic and maybe the system does not support it, hard to know, I had my issues in the past as well, maybe something local.
One can never discount a cyber attack, Leith was blocked by Twitter last week for a day due to an increase of complaints on him as supporter of terrorism etc…funny isn’t, the rat supporters using the tactics to block them on others, it took a day and he was back on.

Cataro
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Thanks Arklight, Canthama

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Here is an interesting documentary on Syria’s Intelligence War. Examines various assassinations and attempted assassination of key Syrian people. Reveals methodology tactics organisation of enemy plots and cells. This is another aspect of war … the pressure on key personnel (security). May the wonderful Syrian people (in all their glorious mosaic) and their security people persist in their heroic resistance against Wahabbi nut cases and their equally odious Zionist handlers. Love and peace to that treasure of humanity (Syrian nation) and the exemplar of integrity and popular leadership of Dr. Bashar al Assad. To the Syrper team and the excellent… Read more »
Anonymous
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Check with this here..

Tried two times but pop is blocked
awaiting moderation.

Shinaydeen
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Isis will be defeated everywhere in Syria because there are people like these Kurdish (YPJ) defenders of Kobane everywhere in Syria:

“Ruhan had been at the western front of Kobani with three other female fighters firing against Isis until they ran out of ammunition. They did not want to be taken as prisoners by Isis so they used their last hand grenades to kill themselves.”

Source: http://www.theguardian.com

Anonymous
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Again, the website

websitedown info

Try it for checking websites.
Put a dot in-between.
As a link it will be blocked again
awaiting moderation.

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That is an interesting question David, I’ve had that tricky situation with my parents-in-law. How to explain ignominous political lies about Syria without getting angry ? Well I just give the solid facts. I ask what they think of it, and let them draw their own conclusions. They get sharky but don’t bite. Your wife will blame you for spoiling the evening and that means revenge sooner or later ; I usually change subjects at that point… It’s like dealing with a chinese salesman; when he says ‘let’s talk outside’ you know he wants to beat you up. Most busy… Read more »
Cataro
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You can not fight with their fears, if they end up giving you the reason then all their wonderful world will fall down and begin to see the painful reality of living a life of fantasy. It is more comfortable to play along and ignore they are passive system partners. In my case I have luck, Syria is so far, enough to the west lies apparatus not such an organized and now get a lot of real news in the media. While it is true also that people find it difficult to get into complicated news, prefer Showbiz and soccer… Read more »
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Chabraque:You know, a couple of guys talking over coffee or a beer can get a lot sorted out without acrimony but, once the ole tuna starts barking, reason takes a bullet in the head. In david’s situation, I’ll bet it’s the squeeze who have the error cast in concrete, and it the guys don’t go along with what the ole lady dictates well – – it’s stale coffee, cold toast and a body heat embargo. Never trust anything that bleeds for five days and still lives.

Sicel Joe
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“..a makeshift “religious court” officiated by some orangutan pretending to be a legal scholar.”

This line of yours Ziad had me rolling on the floor. Too friggin’ funny!

Arklight
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ISF scores on ISIS, on the river. Iraq had, at one time, a very good Riverine Force (‘Brownwater Navy’), but I suppose that the Americans convinced somebody that since there no whales in the river, PBRs with a well trained crew and heavy machine guns were no long necessary. Anyway, a tip of the hat to ISF in their jon boats and canoes. http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/iraqi-forces-destroy-10-isis-boats-kill-4-militants-northern-anbar/

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Impressive video link here of “Iraqi Hizbollah” from a Zionist defense source. Are the Iranians this good at creating and organizing elite fighting forces in such a short time? No wonder the Zio pigs are shitting in their pants as we speak; they’ll have 2 Hizbollah forces to fight against.

The stolen arms, even an effin’ M1A1 tank!!!!, are impressive. Check out the convoy:

http://defense-update.com/20150128_how-iraqi-hezbollah-acquired-an-american-m1a1-tanks.html#.VMuxR8lvAy0

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I hope you realise that Russia did not have much of an army when Serbia was attacked by nato forces. The deputy prime minister did try to create one but he was dismissed as it would have taken Russia into a conflict with Nato when they did not have anything to fight them with. You dont think Nato would have been foolish enough to attack Serbia with the USSR around. And libya was supposedly a no fly zone only where international law was disregarded and commenced into a coup of terrorists. You seem to think it is childs play to… Read more »
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that article cracked me up,,i shed no tears for them saudi rats being gunned down,,let these savages kill each other,,such morons,how did they ever think there caliph would ever take off or last with such stupid barbarism? just another short lived establishmen

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