TURKS PLANNING MORE CRIMES IN ALEPPO AS SYRIAN ARMY POUNDS TERRORISTS INTO MUSH

كمين للجيش في الغوطة الشرقية يسفر عن مقتل واعتقال عدد من الإرهابيين

With news flowing in of American and British assistance to ISIS in Iraq and Syria, it should come as no surprise that Turkey is girding its loins to begin a campaign to blunt the SAA advances all over Aleppo.  Intercepted communications between British, Turkish, American and Zionist terrorist enablers in Gaziantep and Adana prove that the war is being planned anew by the Western war criminals.  Turkish soldiers are more visible as they assist and facilitate the movement of ISIS sociopaths across the borders into Syria and Iraq.  In Latakia, this day, a Turkish officer specializing in manufacturing rockets was killed by the SAA in the Zaahiya Moutain area.  He was not a Nusra volunteer, but, instead, an actual operative in the Turkish military.

 

Al-Zurba:  On the International Highway, the SAA ambushed fleeing rodents and killed these 8 vultures belonging to “Majmoo’at Al-Iqtihaam” (The Stormtroopers Group, yawn) and Ahraar Al-Shaam:

“Abu Hassan Al-‘Usba” (Id pending.  A reported leader)

Shaadi Mur’ibi

The other 6 were not identified.

 

East Bashkuyw:  SAA killed 14 after obliterating their fortifications:

Abu Qataada Al-Soomaali” (SOMALI BANANA PARASITE)

No others were named.

 

Al-Mallaah Farms:  The SAA killed a chief engineer responsible for fortifications for the “Abu Bakr Al-Siddeeq Brigade”.  Abu Bakr was Islam’s first rightly guided Caliph.  He was followed by ‘Umar.  Other groups wiped out here belonged to Al-Jabha Al-Shaamiyya, Jabhat Ansaar Al-Deen, Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam, Jabhat Al-Nusra:

“Abu Al-Qa’qaa’ Al-Tunisi” (Id pending. TUNISIAN BARBARY APE STOOL SAMPLE)

 

Al-Baab:  38 kms northeast of Aleppo, a large firefight is taking place as I write.

 

Al-Maskana:  The SAA has established complete artillery control over this area blocking efforts to resupply starving rodents.  This area is close to Manbij, a stronghold of ISIS after that group fought with criminal organizations for turf.

 

Other heavy fighting reported here:  Northern Free Zone on Al-Muslimiyya Road, Kafr Hamraa, Rutyaan, ‘Anadaan, Huraytaan, Bayaanoon

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

At last, an article about Pentagon lying and the liars who tell the lies:

http://www.globalresearch.ca/u-s-army-claims-to-be-full-of-liars/5432959?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=u-s-army-claims-to-be-full-of-liars

Please, all citizens of the U.K., read this.  It’s really important.  George Galloway must read this:

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13931204001534

Penny’s thoughts about the Turkish act of war and Kurdish collaboration:

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.com/2015/02/kurdsturks-evacuate-suleyman-shah-tomb.html


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Alex
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If the Syrian government could use the photo at the top of this page and buy space in every newspaper in North Africa and Europe warning recruits that this is what they can expect in Syria if they travel to Syria it might slow recruitment for ISIS

The Rift
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Idiot rats never learn. It’s all western masochism and they think its gonna be like a 1st player game until the real bullets and blood start flying, but then it’s too late.

Alex
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You are probably right. The Imperial German Govt advertised in New York papers warning Americans not to travel to England and we know how that worked out from the “Lusitania” sinking.

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HOW DID YOU KNOW THAT ALEXXXXIIII

JackFTrolls
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Isn’t it called an “ego-shooter” ?
Very fitting 😉

BUKLAU
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4Q YOU JACK ..ISLAM IS THE BEST RELIGION THERE IS NO GOD BUT ALLAH

ziad
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makes no matter to them,,they are not afraid of death and this is the sole reason there going to fight in syria,,there is no reasoning with a brainwashed mind

BUKLAU
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THOUGHTS ON RAFIDHI

Anonymous
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Thanks Ziad

Shin
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Shame on my own government and their warped and twisted foreign policy. However thousands of people have come round in the UK over the last year or two and have realised that President Assad and the Syrian army are fighting a just and brave war against a sickening terrorism that emanates not only from barbaric Islamic extremists but also from the corrupt muslim brotherhod in Turkey and the Saudi, Qatar and Jordanian failing regimes.

Best wishes to SAA NDF and their friends in Syria

Saladin
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The new provocations and acts of war by Turkey should come as no surprise. The zio-occupied west will continue to do what they do best: perpetrate illegal war in the name of the neocon/zionist new world order. The goal is to topple the legitimate Syrian government, destroy Hezbollah and the Resistance, eventually invade and occupy Iran, and then bully Russia into submission by sponsoring terror on its borders. The West is a windup toy programmed to do the bidding of its Zionist masters. The only solution appears to be to defeat the criminal zionist/NATO war machine and humiliate the war… Read more »
Canthama
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One thing is clear, Syria is winning this war just based on the reactions of the terrorist supporting countries such as Israel, Turkey and Jordan, they are all bubbling but not of enthusiasm but with anger that they realized they have lost this war. It is amazing how the past 2 months made a huge difference in this conflict. Besides cleaning Syria from rats, maybe a next phase is to push rats infestation to their master and let them break loose there.

Saladin
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Very insightful comment, Canthama. The enemies of Syria are angry as a nest of hornets due to their frustration. Yes, they are losing this war but it is a long struggle and they have tricks up their sleeves. The Resistance must be clever, steadfast and courageous. It’s like fighting a dragon with a dozen heads. You chop off two and one grows back. The southern front is entering a decisive phase also.

Saladin
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It would be so great to see the SAA and Hezbollah push the rats up against the borders of Turkey, Jordan and israel. What Syria must try to do is seal off the entryways from the rat-enabling countries. You would think that would be their number one priority, but I suppose there are still too many of them in the country that have to be dealt with. That is why I would like to see Iran bring in a few thousand elite special forces to seal off the Syrian borders and snuff out the existing terrorists. The flow of terrorists… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Just watch the pressure on the SAA and allies go up Canthama, i can see it now, Russia demonized along with the axis of resistance including another false flag on Syria.

richard sanchez
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Its sickening and disheartening in this modern age that Turkey is in league with the ISIS terrorist organization. As ISIS collapses Turkeys unproductive moves are only going to increase to make up for the loss of its terrorist allies influence. Everyday that passes by we seem to closer to WW3.

dudleydoright911
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When did you change your tune? Did you and mentard get a divorce?

Saladin
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World War three has already started. We’re just waiting for the next false flag “Pearl Harbor Event” to send it into the obvious stage where even the brainwashed masses realize what is happening.

CHEVI789
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WW3 started a while ago Saladin, many just didn’t know it, but i saw it and said so (not being a smart arse), history books will show how america was the instigator of all this mayhem, they (america) will try and rewrite it to make themselves look good but it ain’t gonna work, just remember my other prediction, the U.N, NATO, E.U etc will all dissolve within a year or two as afar as i can see for now.

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With respect to this Turkish delight going in and out of aleppo… It was reported in the comments section of the last post that some of the Lions ( and Tigers as it were ) of the SAA have arrived, and the SAAF has been able to pound the area.

With any luck the skill and size of the reinforcements will blunt any offensive the fetid, septic turkish military mongoloids assist with.

Abu Sirry
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So did the turks leave Syria or did they stay?

dudleydoright911
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You know doubt have a mix of some embedded special forces, a mobile force, and then of course lots of communication and coordination remotely by radio or satellite phone through liasons.

There were reports that the TACTICS used by the rats were superior to the tactics normally employed, as well as some of the bodies of fallen Syrian Soldiers seemed to bear the marks of a professional soldier, not some former laundromat employee from dernah libya or a janitor from tunis.

So clearly planning, coordination and execution were helped along by those rat bastards.

Jason the Kosher Snackbarian
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Hey Ziad, could you give us some news from the Aleppo Front. Snackbarians are claiming a supreme victory against the SAA in Aleppo. How far from reality are them??

Anonymous
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The only supreme thing Islamic_extremist_militants can brag about in and around Aleppo is a supreme propaganda campaign and supreme post-filming editorial capabilities.

Luigino
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Ciao Ziad …. Mi piace il tuo blog…un caro saluto dall Italia

Jason
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Where is Putin’s condemnation of Turkey’s invasion and its explicit support of the same groups that Russia is supposedly opposed to at the Security Council with futile, meaningless ‘resolutions’. Supporting Syria in the face of global terrorism is another piece of fakery on the part of Putin designed to bolster its image of opposing Yanki imperialism while in reality providing Putin with another bargaining chip in his illicit dealings with the Americans.

Saladin
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Sometimes these things come through actions, not words. Russia is planning to sell Iran new SAM missiles more powerful than S-300.

Hannibal
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Saladin
I will believe it when I see it. BTW, russia has already sold these missiles to egypt and venezuela. They also offered to sell them to turkey and saudi arabia which has refused to buy. Do not think russia will sell to syria.

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They have offered Iran Antey-2500 systems (S-300VM).

“The system is designed to defeat short- and medium-range ballistic missiles, aeroballistic and cruise missiles, fixed-wing aircraft, as well as loitering ECM platforms and precision-guided munitions.”

Waiting to hear back if they want to buy.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-300VM

Anonymous
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Iran: Russia is offering Iran the S-300VM instead of the S-300PMU1 to avoid a lawsuit over the cancellation of the latter.

http://www.en.rian.ru/world/20130622/181809995/Russia-Offers-Iran-New-Replacement-for-S-300–Paper.html

http://lenta.ru/news/2013/09/11/s300/

Joe Kuku
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While NATO unpacked the Patriots in Turkey, a dozen mobile batteries, each carrying a pair of Iskander missiles, were fixed into position opposite Turkey, and another dozen, opposite Jordan and Israel. My favorite weapon of war ! One of these babys destroyed 28 Tanks in gori Georgia durina the war there…Imagine what itl do to a expensive Turkish air base 🙂

Saladin
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That is what I read also. Supposed to be more advanced than S-300.

CHEVI789
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The antley-2500, Hannibal i doubt very much the others sold to Egypt and Venezuela would be the real deal (that is to it’s full capacity and the right codes) as they know the zionists would get a hold of them, they trust Syria and Iran more, the chinese would just copy everything they give them.

In other words i would give these units out but a different configuration than my own, otherwise the enemy would crack the code and or know how to jam the devices.

Jason
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Putin has not and will not sell the S-300 or any highly advanced system to Syria, to say that Russia is ‘planning’ to do so (how many times before were they ‘planning’) is just to cover up the fact that Putin cannot sell this system as it is objected to by his US/Israeli masters. Consider the fact that the US sells billions of $ of offensive and defensive weapons to its client states in the region yet Putin is unable to sell a few measly air defence systems without the Yanki seal of approval. This shameful fact condemns in one… Read more »
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the chinese would just copy everything they give them

The Iranians are masters of reverse engineering even more so then the Chinese. I read that Iranian have their own version of the S-300 and demanding compensation for failure to deliver. Within Russia there are fifth columnist in the arms business who would compromise these weapons.

Hannibal
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I read the news just like you did. I will still wait to see if it will be done. In the past there were russian officials who talked about selling S-300 to syria and iran, while other russian officials denied it. The russian have played this game before trying to blackmail the west: one russian official saying something which is denied by another official. Moreover, what does it tell you when russia offers these missiles to nato member turkey ? Also egypt, also puppit of the west already have these missiles in service in the egyptian army. All that I… Read more »
Anonymous
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To Jason,

Shut up chicken little!

Stein Bauge
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How did you get this stick up your ass about Putin?

gbcd
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Terrorists kill 4 civilians in South Damascus. The SAA kills more terrorists across the country and Latakia in particular

http://myawesomedailyfinds.blogspot.com/2015/02/the-saa-resumes-its-duty-of-killing.html

sam j haim
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Israel’s Netanyahu Lied About Iran With Infamous “Clear Red Line” Threat, Mossad Leak Reveals

King Bibi also under indictment for spending $285,000 USD in one year to clean his house on tapayer funds.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-02-23/israels-netanyahu-lied-about-iran-infamous-clear-red-line-threat-mossad-leak-reveals

Steve
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How many Hezbollah captured/killed in Aleppo, reports on social media say a Hezbollah commander captured by rebels, is this true?

Canthama
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Steve, none at all, simply because last week’s offensive was lead by and executed by NDF, nobody else was involved. The SAA and Hizbollah arrived yesterday in a very large convoy and are killing tons of rats in Al Mallah already, reported over 70% of the farms were re liberated today. Have not seen any report in the honest and neutral tweeters covering this conflict mentioning dead Hizbollah fighters or commander as prisioner. The fact is one and simple, rats are dying by the truck loads in northern Aleppo, the initial NDF offensive did not break the siege but was… Read more »
wahabi-salafi slayer
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Steve many on this web site are to civil to say it. So I will say it. GO FUCK YOUR SELF AND THAT FILTHY JIHADIST MOTHER OF YOURS!

CHEVI789
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That was not nice slayer, Steve asked a legitimate question and coming on here to hear another point of view from a more informed (Canthama and co) news, just relax and don’t jump the gun please.

King@Syria
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im not a jihadi you dumb bastard, im iranian

Penny
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Hi Ziad And thanks for the link too! Isn’t it interesting the Kurds cooperating with the Turks— or did they? Maybe the Kurds told the Turks get your tomb and remains outta there? Who knows, really? But isn’t it interesting that an ISIS flag was flying when Turkey entered the territory, though the territory is held by the Kurds. Not so interesting when we think about that Kurd/ISIS symbiosis I have written about repeatedly I told Chevi I was going to be vindicated for my suspicions about the Kurds- their collusion and their cooperation with ISIS. I’m definitely feeling vindicated… Read more »
Steve
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Thanks for that canthama

Canthama
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Pay back time, the SAA and Hizbollah etook most of Al Mallah, this is the place that we have seen battles after battles for the past 3 months, this is critical for blocking Al Castillo ring road and a solid base to move forward toward Kafr Hamra and Haritan, the doors to Anadan.
Besides SAAF is pounding record volume on rat heads in the past two days, over 200 sorties in two days so far, amazing indeed.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/aleppo-syrian-army-hezbollah-retake-al-malaah/

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=36.275279&lon=37.128296&z=13&m=b

ziad
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thanks nice updates,i like that wiki map too but can i remove all the over lays? btw do you have a more reliable up to date unbiased war map other than the this one you gave me last time?
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Template%3ASyrian_Civil_War_detailed_map

Canthama
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Maps are very rare that covers all the conflict, I only know two sources : 1) Wikipedia one you know, it is biased on rats since it always favors SOHR info vs any other, besides it does show all villages and sometimes out of the blue it pops up dozes of villages under rats. No matter what it is still the best we have out there in terms of full conflict in Syria, knowing its issue and limitation, it can be a good tool, it is the best out there for quick checks. 2) M, an old Syrper, managed to… Read more »
Hannibal
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Canthama
thanks for your post. I personally like to look at maps whenever there are battlefield developements, but I find it difficult to find relevent map.
I believe your post to be the most widely read post on syrper. Since you review maps regularly, would you be kind as to post links to relevent maps, when there are significant battlefield changes. It would be very informative to read and see the changes on a map..
Please note that I am talking about significant changes like , hopefully when allepo is completely encircled or tel al harra taken .

ziad
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thank you for all that,,maybe i just better stick to the wikki map for now and keep a good ear to other sources of news,,biased or not maps will eventually have to show the truth if they want to be taken seriously

ziad
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the new location of this turkish rodent’s tomb may end up being in an area that turkey still has high hopes will become a buffer zone inside syria,,what do you think

about the killed turkish officer,,i wish the SAA would catch cia or mossad rodents as well

in Al Bab is SAA taking on isis?

teevee
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Hi everybody, some insider news from the region regarding the happenings in Syria. All these information is coming from a person that has a lot of insider info from Iran. Now will I swear to them on the bible, no. But he has been right on, I say, more than 80% of everything I’ve heard. There has been a little bit of hurt feelings between Iran/Hezbollah and Syrian Government. Mostly due to the fact that the SAA brass didn’t totally sign off on the southern offensive and withheld an all out air support in that operations. They worried of Israeli… Read more »
Saladin
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I hope you are right about this volunteer force, Teevee. What is your source?

hblinken
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All these information is coming from a person that has a lot of insider info from Iran.

That’s his source. But i think he might be correct.

david
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what teevee says seems more than likely. iran and hezbollah are extremely smart. and prepared for any contingency. do not think the terrorists and their handlers are the only ones making plans. i feel many surprises will unfold in the future. very very big surprises

Hannibal
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good post teevee. I believe your info regarding the relations between the SAA and hizbullah/iran, because of the way the military operations in the north and south have developed. I personly have limited confidence in some SAA officers ability , except for some officers such as the Tiger and general Zein eddine, who have proven to be great military leaders.. I am sure that there are also other great officers in the SAA, but overall, the SAA performance leaves a lot to be desired. The most successful SAA campaigns have been those commanded by the tiger, zeineddin, or in collaberation… Read more »
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John Browne: Ukraine a Very High Risk of Slipping into Nuclear War https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y_rgtKzKrPw Published on Feb 22, 2015 Could the Ukraine crisis turn into a nuclear war? Former Russian advisor to Margret Thatcher, John Browne, contends, “This would have a very high risk of slipping into nuclear war. Russia has enormous ground forces, and they are very up to date. Putin has updated the Russian armed forces tremendously. They have very sophisticated rocket weapons, and if we saw massive numbers of our troops being slaughtered, maybe we would be the first to press the nuclear button. . . . So,… Read more »
CHEVI789
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So here is a link which will show how ISIS is now looking at invading Lebanon, i keep telling these dumb lebs on the daily star that it’s coming, they keep blaming Hezbollah, problem is ISIS had these plans in the works.

http://rt.com/news/234859-isis-lebanon-islamic-emirate/

And here’s a classic, an american judge has ordered the Palestinians to pay jews $680 million dollars for 6 attacks on jews, but you will never hear of how the jews should be paying the Palestinians billions for their losses in human and infrastructure .

http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2015/Feb-24/288532-us-jury-orders-palestinians-to-pay-over-attacks.ashx

You gotta love the audacity.

Saladin
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Daily Star is largely a zionist propaganda rag. Some good articles though. I like Nicholas Blanford. Western journalists like Blanford have to walk a careful line, but I think he understands the larger picture, and sense that his loyalists are with the Resistance.

CHEVI789
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Oh I know Saladin, that is why i go there and torment those monkeys…lol

Anonymous
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Syria News 21/2/2015, Russia: Syrian army is real force facing terrorism

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xUgrGtdER7U

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Anonymous
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Wesley Clark: “Our friends and allies funded ISIS to destroy Hezbollah” – Published on Feb 17, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHLqaSZPe98

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Anonymous
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IS kidnaps 56 Syrian Christians of Assyrian minority in northern Syria

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-02/24/c_134013416.htm

DAMASCUS, Feb. 23 (Xinhua) — The Islamic State (IS) militants on Monday kidnapped 56 Syrian Christians of the Assyrian minority in a northern Syrian province.

The Assyrians were snatched from the town of Tal Shamiram in the countryside of the predominantly-Kurdish city of Hasaka.

Tens of other Assyrians were also taken into captivity by the IS in the town of Tal Hurmos, adjacent to Tal Shamiram.

[…]

Joe Kuku
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Start using poison gas on these vermin .its the only way . they seem to multiply like Roaches

Jason
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It’s strange how a few days before the alleged Israeli bombing of Hezbollah personnel, Hassan Nasrallah warned Israel in an interview of the consequences of an attack on the Syrian Golan which might lead to retaliation. Since that incident and the retaliatory attack the Israeli media has been pumping the narrative of the threat of Iran/Hezbollah on the Golan front obviously ignoring the fact that the Syrian army and people are still the major force there. There is a deliberate effort in Zionist circles to portray southern Syria as completely out of the government’s control and a staging ground for… Read more »
Saladin
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No real question about Hezbollah’s role. No ambivalence or ambiguity there at all. Very straightforward. They have opened up a new front in Syria and intend it to be a long, contiguous military resistance front through southern Lebanon and southern Syria, facing the usurper state. Assad is behind this as well and has stated in previous remarks that this would be the Syrian response to multiple aerial aggressions on Israel’s part, at least six of them in last year and half. That is, opening up a resistance front in southern Syria in collaboration with Hezbollah. Iran is of course 100%… Read more »
Jason
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I agree that it may be the opening up of a new front against Israel but the question is why now, why not in 2013 when the Syrian army forces were still in 100% control of the front line, surely opening up the Golan to volunteers should have logically begun at that time as a deterrence against Israel. Now the front line is controlled by terrorists and there are supposedly Hezbollah forces massing around the area as well, i don’t trust these forces and those who stand behind them, their aims and goals may be much different to what they… Read more »
Saladin
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It took 17 years from 1983 to 2000 for Hezbollah to push back the southern Lebanese Army (Maronites) and Zionist army that controlled the proxy SLA. It will only take a few months for Hez and SAA to push back the motley jerks who are the current Zionist proxy force in southern Syria, akin to the traitorous SLA in Lebanon. The resistance deals with current realities, not speculative “what if’s” from the past. The Zionists are pissing in their pants out of anxiety about developments on their southern border. When payback time comes, we will see the deconstruction of the… Read more »
hasnain zaidi
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One cannot make all people happy. Whatever you do, there are always some people who will find the faults.

timo
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What do we learn? Turkey has always been a hypocrite against Syria. Thanks you dear Ziad

Canthama
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Novorossiya is a touchy subject for some at Syrper, the video below (9 mins) tell the story of Novorossiya cleaning the remaining Ukros in the Debaltsevo cauldron, incredible footage and some battle scenes, but the priceless piece is the DPR PM Alexandr Zakharchenko at the very end of the video, after leading his troopers he was the only one to get injured and is well in the hospital saying : “we are just as we should be, people are fighting, we are fighting”. Now tell me how many commanders in this planet does that ? Incredible!

Jason the Kosher Snackbarian
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Death to Putin! Death to Russia!! Death to Novorrosiya !! Death to Vodka!! Death to Cirilic Alphabet!!!!!! your friend Jason the Kosher Snackbarian (a Redneck Yankee in disguise)

Sheldon Murray Rabinowitz
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That also describes the crypto Jew-loving Arklight!

CHEVI789
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Arklight has a different way of thinking, i respectfully disagree with him at times but he has a right to voice his comments, he is a Syrian supporter all in all although he does support the kurds as well, that is his right Sheldon, as you have a right to voice your opinions, be respectful.

CHEVI789
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Thanks Canthama, that was enjoyable and in english…lol.

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I found this interesting article posted on RT. It explains an ex-British soldier’s experience fighting as a volunteer on the side of the Kurds. My question after reading it is, “If ISIS is so incompetent and disorganized as a fighting force, then why the hell can’t the SAA finally finish them off?” I’ll got out on a limb and be a bit provocative here to say this but it seems that Syrian command is either compromised or has some less than competent members among its staff. Teevee’s post a bit before this one kind of emphasizes the same hypothesis.
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Sicel, tks for the article, I think, as in any type of army, there are two kind of troopers, the cannon fodder and the higly trained ones. I bet ISIS has both, keep in mind a bunch of ISIS rats came from the Iraqi army and Republian Guards from Saddan’s time, they have military expertise and combat experience, but we will never know how many of those trained ones already died in Syria and Iraq, my bet is that the rate ISIS experient rats are dying is way higher then training new recruits, so they have a unbalanced group now,… Read more »
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Yes, that was reported before. IS(IS) is sending untrained and inexperienced fighters into attacks and relies on the remaining hardcore fighters that survived the first time. If you have infinite recruits who are seeking death (and Virginians) that might be a good strategy. So far ISIS was not the aim of a major offensive operation from SAA. They simply have not been a threat and the strategic management of SAA forces did not focus on them. That explains maybe the limited success stories from Deir ezZor and Hasaka. The battles in Eastern Homs, Tabqa etc. were essentially of defending nature.… Read more »
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Canthama, you’re right about the hard-core ISIS fighters, all probably ex-Iraqi Republican Guard under Saddam Hussein: a legacy from the dishonorable George H.W. Bush. The Pentagon bought these guys off around the time of the First Surge in 2006-7. This is certainly the special-ops base of the fighting force and we can assume that most successes come from here, but attrition will eventually take its toll on them!

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hblinken
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he will hardly admit that the “rag heads” pardon this expression are serious fighters, he believes in his own hype. Remember “The charge of the light brigade”, the official narrative how brave the english cavalry were, well read the Russian one, read the Crimean ones, and you realise how much lies and deceit is spread, even after all the years
THE CHARGE OF THE LIGHT BRIGADE , EXHUMING TRUTHS – CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

Sicel Joe
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You’ve got something there hblinken! I am thouroghly conviced that they are affected by military superiority complex. Just go in any military blog and read their jingoistic rhetoric: British Empire ruled the world, the SAS is the balls and bla bla bla!

Then, there’s another group of superiorty-complexed people in a little state in the ME who seem to have adopted the same mentality.

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illuminating article on Turkish plans for Syria: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2014/10/turkey-syria-iraq-caolition-ground-operation-against-isis.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter# This was in the comments section, I think its spot on: (By JoeP): It’s quite clear what’s going on = just another pretext to invade Syria and force regime change from outside. Turkey’s role in all this has been a disaster. First they try (and fail) to get the US to bomb Assad with a false-flag chemical attack. Then they try (and fail) to stage an invasion (remember when Fidan said he could get ISIS to lob missiles into Turkey? Others invoked “threats to Suleiman Shah” as a pretext). Now Turkey sees… Read more »
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This article is in fact 5 months old. I think Turkey and NATO have been shocked at the effectiveness of the popular committees (militias) in kicking ISIS out of their strongholds in Iraq. This has been a blow to Turkey’s plans. Once these militia reach Al-Qa’im border crossing, Syria’s flank will be guarded and the SAA will liberate the East. The Kurds could prove to be an effective buffer for the Syrian governement to a very hostile Turkey. If Turkey will not secure the borders and stop jihadists from travelling into Syria, perhaps the Kurds will. Turkey was hoping the… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Spot on Jimmy, the turks have their own agenda as does the saudi pigs, qatar, israhell, UAE etc.

I have said this is unpredictable as there are way to many players.

Now can we all agree that Syria as a whole is fighting the world virtually?.

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Canthama
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Hannibal, my pleasure, will do it. As a matter of fact found two good additional sources of maps (below) to the list above, they are very focused on the Kurds (Syria and Iraq) but do have maps from other battles within Syria, Iraq and Yemen, they seemed to be fact driven and good quality.

https://twitter.com/MarkMonmonier

https://twitter.com/ChuckPfarrer

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HAPPY DAYS ARE HERE AGAIN! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 Two Fighter Jets Crash in Central Turkey Killing at Least Two Pilots Two Turkish F-4 fighter jets crashed on Tuesday in the central province of Malatya s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m ANKARA (Sputnik) — Two Turkish F-4 fighter jets crashed on Tuesday in the central province of Malatya, killing at least two pilots, the Disaster and Emergency Management Authority of Turkey (AFAD) said. According to AFAD, the search for two more pilots is still underway. Turkish Minister… Read more »
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Ohhhh!! No! Erdoghani flying rats have crashed maybe too much whisky its the main mechanical failure……(rofl)……

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Iraqi Army Downs 2 UK Planes Carrying Weapons for ISIL
Posted by Veterans Today on February 24, 2015

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/02/24/iraqi-army-downs-2-uk-planes-carrying-weapons-for-isil/

ziad
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as wonderful a news this may be I really doubt Iraq shot down UK cargo planes,,nothing is being talked about this big event in the news that I know of and Iraq would certainly not do something that crazy even if the brits were dropping aid to isis,,,this is equivalent of shooting down a US plane,,neither Iraq nor Syria would do that unless being directly attacked by them

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Depends what planes they are. Maybe if they knew the planes in question were contractors and ‘expendable’. On globalresearch it says Iraq lawmakers have access to pics – rather flimsy. Would they risk using military planes flown by army personnel? The US does and says OOPS we happened to drop to ISIS by mistake but thats the US
–some story with the intelligence the US has.

ziad
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ziad

I thought about that possibility but the iraqis know that any cargo planes being used to drop supplies will be coalition planes so i still doubt they shot at them and asked questions later pretending to be ignorant

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Evacuation of Turkish Tomb Guards From Syria Qualifies as Invasion Khaled Abboud, the secretary of the People’s Council of Syria, said that the evacuation of Turkish guards from the Tomb of Suleyman Shah to Syria could be qualified as an invasion to the other country’s territory s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Turkey sending troops into Syria to retrieve the Ottoman tomb guards qualifies as an invasion into Syrian territory, according to international norms, the secretary of the People’s Council of Syria told Sputnik Arabic. On Sunday Hurriyet… Read more »
BUKLAU
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SYRIAN SOLDERS STILL CANT DEFEAT THOSE RODENTS …………..WHAT A SHAME …

Stein Bauge
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The rodents have the resources of NATO, the Gulf states, Israel behind them. It’s a war by proxy as Seymour Hersh explained in a thorough piece of research as early as 2007, this piece appears as prophecy now. (google The Redirection by Seymour Hersh).

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