STUNNING REVERSAL FOR NUSRA AT NIBBUL AND AL-ZAHRAA`; PDC CRUSHES ASSAULTS ON ALEPPO

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ALEPPO: URGENT!

 

Nibbul and Al-Zahraa`:  These 2 mostly Shi’i towns north of Aleppo have been under siege for 2 years and are about to be liberated completely thanks to the SAA and the irrefrangible defenders who are both Syrian militiamen and their Lebanese volunteer allies from South Lebanon and the Bekaa Valley.   Over 1000 rockets and artillery shells have been fired at the citizens of these 2 towns, but they remain unshaken.

Yesterday, Nusra tried to fly some propaganda about a great victory at Al-Burayj which turned out to be pure hooey.  They followed up the red herring with a three-pronged assault on these 2 towns in an effort to overrun the ferocious defenders who knew their very lives and the lives of innocent inhabitants were at stake.  The SAA sent real-time intelligence to the defenders warning of a “build-up” of Nusra mercenaries at 3 directions.  The defenders were very well equipped and prepared.  What Nusra got was a real shock to the system.

Syrian sources are telling readers that only 45 terrorists were killed in the attempted invasion. But, SyrPer sources inside the city are telling a much more optimistic story.  Our source, who is close to the SAA inside the Old City, says that over 98 terrorists have been counted since the story first broke.  The PDC also have commandeered 5 armored vehicles and a huge cache of arms and ammunition.  This is a major set-back for the foreign Jihadist idiots and their malicious Turk/British handlers.

 

Yavuzlu Village in Turkey:  In the Killis area, a Turkish sergeant was kidnapped on January 3, 2015 by someone, probably the PKK.  He dedicated himself to stopping smuggling.  He decided that day to cross into Syria in pursuit of individuals he thought were violating his laws.  He is now nobody.

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Is that idiot McCain involved in funding ISIS?  Sure he is:

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/01/08/is-x-senator-john-mccain-involved-with-isis-funding/

Dr. Assad warned them about this.  Even heads of security in Europe warned about this:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/paris-shooters-just-returned-from-natos-proxy-war-in-syria/5423517?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=paris-shooters-just-returned-from-natos-proxy-war-in-syria


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Tolerance
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Hello French friends,
Your president talks of “tolerance” and condemnation of violence.

Yet he and NATO supported those racially-motivated attacks by islamic extremists and parts of the FSA on these Shia towns full of civilians.

Paris is the blowback of support of terrorist tactics and support of racism and more will follow in the west. Responsible is the west herself and the voters, who voted for Hollande, Cameron, Merkel and Co.- they support violent racism even outside their countries.

Anonymous
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https://twitter.com/Kolyn261/status/553215016074493952/photo/1
Here how they laugh at bombs in Moscow subway.

Karma is a bitch.

Dany
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Yeah, they deserved that. Because of their president and Inteligence agencies foolishness in arming Alqaeda and ISIS linked fighters, their president its the main political responsible of the massacre, Soon UK and the Dutch will suffer attacks too. Go forward SAA kill the very last terrorist until syria its free from u.s Puppets!

Anonymous
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I don’t say they deseve it. Nobody does.
What I say – Karma is bitch.

Attacks on anybody’s religious identity or core values is of simular nature as verbal offence on a personality – and is punishable in any jurisdictional system. When some injustice can’t be punished by Law – people take matters in their own hands.
Piss into somebody’s soul – get dunked.

I remember they had a caricature with a muslim holding Quran pierced by bullets : “Guess Quaran doesn’t protect you from bullets, Ha!”
Well now they can reprint it same picture with their collegues and a French constitution.

Arklight
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Anon: Mocking another’s faith is very rude behavior. Tsk, tsk.

free Basque Country
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Calling the people that don’t follow your religion infidels, sinners or heretics is an attack to the values of others as well.
The problem here isn’t the free speech, the problem is the intolerance. Nobody forces you to read those thinks, on the other hand there is people that makes fun of themselves. I enjoy jokes about basques, irony is a good way to know yourself, on the other hand, cynicism, making fun of others, shows a lack of self-esteem.
Aupa Naparra ta lege zaharrak.

Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

Never heard a joke about Basques. Can you provide some?

Dany
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Deserved was not the word i wanted to use, obvious sound more accuerate. But i will tell you something that magazine, like ziad said its like MAD magazine, not to take profesionaly seriously. But, If Islam forbids any representation of the Prophet its obviosly it was a provocation, they would have critisied all the Imans, clerics, Ayatolahhs but was not necesary to implicit draw Mohammed. And this have nothing to do with Western free speach , that was something personal. I believe that all religions are ways of opression and control to the masses, but this dont means i have… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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It smells like a set-up. First I had mixed feelings but now I learned that there is conviniencly a symbol for muslims of France to join the outrage: Ahmed Merabet the dead policeman. Now I am convinced that it is the doing of the French gouvernment.

chabraque
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chabraque

Not necessarily. Wahabi terrorists or their junior beheading apprentices are known to execute innocent muslims without a blink.

free Basque Country
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The difference between god and a basque?
God is everywhere, the basque has already being there.
Aupa Naparra ta lege zaharrak…

George
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It is clear that blowback was coming to pay a visit to France (other countries will get their turn), but there is more to the story. Gladio and Mossad come to mind: “How did the perpetrators know that Charlie Hebdo headquarters was going to hold a full member staff meeting at the very hour of their attack? The ‘abandoned’ car conveniently had the ID of one of the ‘terrorists.’ SURELY, THIS IS classic Mossad … Netanyahu chimed in, “The heinous acts in Paris today won’t be the last.” http://www.realjewnews.com/?p=995 “Another witness commented on the adroit, calm, European-style and professional demeanor… Read more »
Tolerance
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Some things begin to smell, that is correct. Most of all, that the suspects could escape and are not caught until now.

But never mind the details, we cannot judge that anyway, like 9/11.
What we CAN judge is what politicians do- and Hollande has a lot of blood on his fingers.
Will his answer be support of more violence abroad? Intensify surveillance on innocent people and let the jihadists go freely?

France and Europe are truly on a dangerous step- the US took the wrong turn, unfortunately, after 2001.

francesco
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george io ricordo bene operazioni gladio in itaalia per controllare nostra politica interna. La chiamavano strategia della tensione.Hollande è colpevole per parigi, perchè il suo appoggio alla fratellanza islamica, e ai terroristi in Siria è una politica idiota e suicida.

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Hollande is terrible. But don’t forget that all the politicans in france, uk, germany and the netherlands are Banker puppets. The do as they are told. Maybe things will change with marine le pen, although i have doubts about that

Shinaydeen
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The highly resistable force of Al-Nusra and its allies keep breaking themselves against the immovable resistance of the SAA, PDC and Hezbollah at Nubbol and Al-Zahra.

In a district of west Aleppo, a different area – also called Zahra – Nusra has been forced to withdraw from the suburb and now we hear that the remaining rats in the area have surrendered in the amnesty programme.

Progress appears to be more difficult in the north-east of the city where the rats have, apparently decided to concentrate most resources, but, slowly or quickly, the SAA et al keeps grinding them down.

Shinaydeen
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To follow up on the above, I just noticed this from almasdarnews.com: “On Thursday morning, the Syrian Arab Army have countered the recent militant Islamic Front offensive in northeast Aleppo with multiple attacks of their own at Al-Manaasher, the Stone Quarries, and Al-Bureijj, as they seek to restore control over these areas north of the strategic Hanano District. “The SAA carried out an assault on the Islamic Front’s positions near the southern entrance to the Al-Bureijj Stone Quarries, resulting in the death of a number of Islamic Front militants. “At Al-Manaasher, the Islamic Front success was clouded by a wave… Read more »
Anonymous
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I am very surprised by the seemingly lightning advance of militants in the area of Al-Breijj, Manaasher, Oweija. I am also surprised at reports that thousands of rounds of artillery have been fired at Syrian positions by militants. Syrian command will hopefully use this huge concentration of militants to its advantage; especially in above mentioned places. Command may have a huge advantage available as militants are now attempting to utilize static position tactics, concentrated formations, small use of armor. The high concentrations of enemy should be exploited to maximally devastate enemy ranks. Rather than storming their positions, tactics should be… Read more »
Anonymous
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Ziad, out of curiosity, do you like living in the US? Are you treated well and do you feel like it’s a good place for you?

CHEVI789
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I dare suspect he does, he is not critical of the people but of governments and morons who parrot their governments stance on certain issues, Ziad is Christian btw not that i care as i am muslim, we have the same views and i dare say respect for all the good, my father is from the Ba’ath party, and if any morons like the terrorists denounce them then they are evil, the Ba’ath party is comprised of all faiths who defend the homeland and believe in unity and tolerance, we don’t care what you are as long as you are… Read more »
the Thylacine
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@Chevi,
Amen to all you say. Last time a politician tried to take down the Zio-menace here was 1979, when Attorney-General Lionel Murphy raided ASIO HQ and busted them supporting Croat Nazis among other things. Murphy was targeted by Gladio from then on, with a shill, Murray Farquhar slandering him. The Five Eyes spies must die.
We need more anti-Zio folks. Hopefully, the blood of Peter Lalor and other irish rebels still runs in Aussie veins.
Kudos to the brave people of Nibbul and al-Zahraa who have resisted the aggression of sectarian bogans for three years. Get some!

francesco
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i agree 100% with you.

Anonymous
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Wonder why people down voted a personal question for Ziad

CHEVI789
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It baffles me to, it’s only a question and NOT and insult although i had to read it twice to work out you were not insulting him.

Betty
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Take your “personal question” and stick it in your ass.

Freedomfighter
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The US stopped paying salaries and monetary support for the apes (so called moderate rebels) in Aleppo and around.
Looks the captain goes first from the sinking ship and the rats will be good swimmers or get drunk.
The end is coming closer but will be really bloody and hard because aleppo is their last castle. When aleppo will fall for the rats it is the end of their revolution (inventing stone age).
God protect syria assad and their defenders. Victory will hopefully come soon

Tolerance
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Check American media very closely now.
Example- todays Washington post:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/national-security/paris-attack-lacked-hallmarks-of-islamist-assaults-in-west/2015/01/07/7a6c54f6-96a6-11e4-927a-4fa2638cd1b0_story.html

I understand it like this: “France made a mistake by supporting militants, including jihadists”.
In other words- the US was always passive in Syria/Iraq

Which is of course completely false, but maybe this signals a shift of policy.

spinworthy
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Checking out American media – kind of like observing and smelling the toilet after a dump! Did anybody notice a connection between the supposed Sony hack and the Paris ‘terrorist’ attack? Both are claimed as terrorist attacks. Both attacks were characterised as a terrorist act targeting ‘free speech’. The themes are linked – the supposed acts of terror both presented themselves as a clash of cultures. Western culture = defenders of free speech and tolerance. Non-western (those that are unbowed) cultures = enemies of free speech and freedom. It’s the same meme that’s being used against Russia at the moment.… Read more »
DanDiLion
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SAA have advanced with caution to get to where they are today north of Aleppo .I just wish they would be more adventurous now and break the siege of Al Zahraa which would also cut Turkish supply routes from the north .

Shinaydeen
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The Turks are also in difficulty in Libya. According to Almanar.com: “Turkey has urged all Turkish citizens remaining in Libya to leave “quickly” due to the deteriorating security situation in the conflict-torn country. “Turkey on Wednesday condemned as ‘unacceptable’ and ‘irresponsible’ a statement allegedly made by the Libyan Air Force in a Facebook post warning all Turkish civilian and military planes would be shot down should they enter Libyan air space.” Hah!. The words ‘unacceptable’ and ‘irresponsible’ are two of the mildest words one could use in describing Turkey’s behaviour towards its neighbour Syria. The popular wisdom of the phrase… Read more »
Tariq Jabal
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2015 is staring to be very good year for Syria. With so many rats dead or dying, Syrian farmers will have bumper crops for years to come. Stay strong SAA/SAAF.

Canthama
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Ziad, tks for the up date, both battles, Nusrats against Nobul/Zarah and the one in Al Breij are made of the same desparate need from rats to avoid the inevitable loss of Aleppo and the siege of Nobul/Zarah, their desperation shows how bad is their situation, rats are spread thin and we tend to forget that, and when they pure resources in such desperate moves mean some place else is under resourced, and my gut feeling is the SAA will take advantage of that. Tuings look good for Aleppo and Syria.

Canthama
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Canthama

Map from Nusrats offensive today to Nobbul and Al Zahraa, and some more details from Leith. It caught me the mention of 3 and in some other source 4 T52 tanks, I was nor aware of this designation, maybe it is the Syria version of the T54/55 tanks.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/battle-map-al-zahra-nubl-details-battlefield/#prettyPhoto/0/

CHEVI789
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Russia’s new submarine dubbed “the black hole” causes alarm in the west (and they say Russian weapons are crap).

http://rt.com/news/220983-russia-submarine-tests-nato/

Also Ziad i am having trouble loading your website, it takes a while to do so, Problems?

Anonymous
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this is a 1st submarine of this type and it has a old engine, the constructors are in a hurry. Originally they were planned to be equipped with pump-jet engine , and be even more silent.

ziad
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I told him i been having the same problems but never got a reply on it,,seems to be improving a bit lately ,it’s most likely from his website supporter or that cloud thingy

Canthama
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I admire Dr. Bouthania Shaaban, watching her in an interview is always a special ocasion, she is very clear and direct in her statements, her love to Syria is simply remarkable. See summary of her recent interview pre Moscow meeting.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/shaaban-moscow-meeting-will-discuss-bases-holding-dialogue-conference-americans-confused/

Shinaydeen
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I also admire Dr. Shaaban. In the interview you refer to, she indicated that during her meeting with Jeffrey Feltman and former US President Jimmy Carter in Norway (who were unofficially representing the US), she felt that the Americans have at least started to understand the mistakes which they have committed in Syria and that they are convinced that the track which they have adopted will not lead anywhere. Shaaban added that Feltman was almost desperate regarding the opposition and he said ”We know that President al-Assad will stay, but we are searching for a way how to deal with… Read more »
Anonymous
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Bloody stinking toad Hollande moves an aircraft and a submarine carrier into the Persian Gulf. To join the “fight against terrorism” – OF COURSE YOU UGLY NWO-PIECE OF SHIT WITH GLASSES!!! TO BOMB SYRIA; RIGHT ?!!! ( Your wet dream, that´s why you killed 12 of your people yesterday )
Madness continues, madness increases. Expect more suffering, Middle East. Expect more blood, brave Syria!

Anonymous
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And another “nice” thing, that makes me crazy (sorry ): Yatsenyuk, far relative of Stepan Badera, and Merkel met together and Y told that Soviet Union had invaded Germany during World War II, that the SU was the aggressor. He accuses Putin of falsify HISTORICAL FACTS. As Russian I say to this Mr. Ukrofascist and the remains of his arsehole country: Hey Y, do not blame the 30 Mio martyrs for the FACT that YOU were bred in a test tube ( and you also look like ). What Ziad has said here about JAN leader Golani, I say about… Read more »
Anonymous
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( If you are interested in the topic, here, one of my sources, the article is called ” Voice of Blood”, Y says:
” We all know well the invasion of Germany and the Ukraine by the Soviet Union”. Please use an internet translator, I am too tired to translate anything today. )

http://www.anna-news.info/node/27348

CHEVI789
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Join up Anon and call yourself something, we are more than happy to read your thoughts, but please don’t be like Jason who blubbers an uncontrolable rant about how Russia is evil.

Nobilitatis
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Never heard that Yatzeniuk is relative of Bandera. Where did you get it? Germany was friendly with Ukrainian Nationalists before. Do you know where Bandera died (and how)? I do understand the issues that Russian Nationalists have with the countries that they consider their property. I am glad that you want to leave my country instead of claiming it too. There are a lot of lies in the history books especially considering WWII. One of the untouched facts that nobody doubts is the victory of Soviet Union against Germany and its Allies. But it does not change the facts before.… Read more »
Anonymous
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Bandera was assassinated 1959 in Munich by a KGB-agent. What happens in and around Ukraine is the rebirth of fascism. Have the “people” insulting the 30 Mio dead have the least conscience? When they insult their fight for their very survival as aggression. Find real opponents but do not fight with history. It is too easy to fight with dead. The same for Syria: if you win/ not lose after a long war, sacrificing a part of your population, how it will feel if people in future insult and doubt this victory? When the victims will be subject to constant… Read more »
Anonymous
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Nob; I am not really sure what you mean by Crimea will hang on their necks… That is a little biased and illustrates you may not know the context which surrounds it.

90% of the 1.3 million Crimeans voted to separate from Ukraine. It was the wishes of Crimean population to return back to Russia. Why would that hang over their necks, when other peoples have voted, or better yet just been told, that they would join EU?!

So joining EU is fine, but joining Russia is not?!

Nobilitatis
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If you are not sure about something how can it be biased? Facts cannot be biased. What did I mean: Russia guaranteed for Ukraine inside the borders as it was. There is no country that will reverse the act. But whenever any Country Needs to have a treaty with Russia they will always know that any guarantee from Russia has zero value. Other countries can now disrespect any guarantee given to Russia on the same account. Now I did not judge the way how Russia took away the territory. I am German, I know history and I know how most… Read more »
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Good. And we are also making advances in the intellectual battlefield … get a free ebook here…
https://www.smashwords.com/profile/view/kmfcbook

Anonymous
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I wonder if saa will use the reported higher concentration of militants in Al-Breijj, Handarat, Oweijja to their own advantage. If nusra is attempting to play static positions and concentration of power, what better opportunity but to unleash as much fire power as available at their ranks. I suppose the goal here should be to cripple enemy ranks, and not necessarily to storm their positions.

pop
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Hopefully the jewel of the French marine
“Charlie d.G. (R91)” on its path to Hormuz
will not meet such nasty hard to detect flying
bomb drones recently added to the treasure
trove of the Iranian military.
Hard to detect and hard to distinguish from
a false flag attack either, afterwards of course.
Sitting ducks in the Gulf of Persia are an invitation
for a second Pearl Harbor war opener event anyway.

pop
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The french Yid regime sponsored
propaganda mouthpiece charlie-hebdo
showing its other than anti-muslim activities.
http://fortruss.blogspot.de/2015/01/charlie-hebdo-endorces-neo-nazi-coup-in.html

Boiler Room
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Obviously they try to connect Mosul with Falluja, cutting off Iraq and Bagdad from Syria and Damscus to facilitate movements from Turkey to SA and back. Nearly all attacks in recent weeks were connected with the Damascus-Bagdad-Highway. The second objective is clearly cutting of SAA supply to Aleppo coming from both directions, Reyhanli and Raqqa.

Boiler Room
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It seems the only difference between “NF” and “ISIS” are the commanding officers in charge. On the one hand it is turkish intelligence on the other it is american intelligence and its european, especially french, british and german puppets. But in the end the differences are rather small with both groups under command and control of NATO personal.

Recognize that various NATO member states including UN general secretary Baan Ki-Moon are acting as decoys for Kurds and Palestiniense to join in this war.

Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

There are no German commanding officers in Syria. Why do you think that Saudi Arabia and their Islamist friends are innocent?
Ban Ki Moon has no connection with any NATO member state.

Boiler Room
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Of course german intelligence was part of the game right from the start and german officers are in Iraq to train and supply weapons to some kurds.

Why do you think I think someone’s innocent? Read my post at 5:58. Ban-Ki Moon is acting as a decoy, like for example german or french politics.

Nobilitatis
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Nobilitatis

I did not see any traces of German commanding officers altogether. There were some “NGOs” helping the rats. No military.
I do not consider Kurds to be IS or Nusra. Iraq is not Syria. And hand over/ train at weapons is not commanding.
No doubt that Ban supports US interests. US is also part of NATO. There ends the equation. I do not consider international affairs a stew where everything isa somehow in the same pot.

david
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moon is a puppet. controlled by the bankers

Boiler Room
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You must utter some words about “reconciliation in Syria especially around Aleppo” and you will always get the same reaction of western politicians of NATO meber states or other NATO puppets loosing their temper:

“Devil told you so.”

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