DER’AH: SYRIAN ARMY’S BIG SURPRISE SCORES BIG TIME AS ALQAEDA SHRIVELS

ميداني

 

Busraa Al-Shaam:  The SAA and its allies are now in “pursuit mode” all over the eastern area of Der’ah Province.  All supply routes and reinforcement entryways have been closed.  The Ma’raba-Jimirreen Road (var: Jimreen) so crucial to the resupply effort is blocked by hundreds of local tribesmen and the PDC.  All over the East Neighborhoods, at the Northeast wall of the city, Mabrak Al-Naaqa (The Resting Place of the She Camels), Al-Juhayr Neighborhood and the Madeena Neighborhood West, the SAA is in hot pursuit of every plague-carrying vermin.  We have a short list of identified Syrian rodents out of the now confirmed 77 counted carcasses with the figure to be adjusted upwards as more rats are found and more rats are killed:

Fahd Ahmad Na’eem

Shakeeb Nassoor

‘Issaam Qar’ooni

Saati’ Muhammad Karkash

Saadiq Ghabbaara

‘Umar Haseeb Shaqraa

Mahmoud Anas Ghandoor

Fadhlallaah Mahmassaani

Mu’tassim Kharfaan

 

This was a major strategic/tactical disaster for the American-supported terrorists of Alqaeda.

 

Jimirreen (Jimreen):  A pickup with 23mm cannon was destroyed.  No names.

 

Fighting also in these areas: Al-Ghaariyya West, Sufayra, Saydaa

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Dudley sends this indictment against the West in Yemen and Syria.  Dropping weapons to ISIS? Oooops!

http://21stcenturywire.com/2015/03/23/not-again-american-weapons-fall-into-the-wrong-hands-this-time-in-yemen/


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Kjel
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Ziad, how come your son tells us that the SAA left Busra al Shaam by tactical withdrawal?

Anonymous
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My thoughts to Leigh said it fell and SAA withdrew.

richard sanchez
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It just fell recently, ZIAD, gave the correct news it was just 48 hours old.

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Syrian Arab Army
3 hrs ·

The situation in Busra al-Sham in Dar`aa is true, the Syrian army units and NDF in the city managed to evacuate ~5000 civilians out of the city toward As-Suwayda. The units also evacuated as well, with minimal fighting.

This is a war, and the Syrian Army Command gave orders based on what’s best for the ongoing situation.

Syrian Arab Army

ziad
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I follow that site too 🙂

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Hi Ziad glad to read that the new trap in Busraa al-shaam worked very well. Awaiting good outcome in the coming days.

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The loss of full control Bosra Sham left a bitter taste, though it is not strategic city in Daraa, the dispute there lasted almost 2 yrs. No matter what, the trade off to save the population from the city vs fighting inside the town with it inhabitants was the right decision for Syria. Just hope to see some progress in Daraa and Quneytra, for about 1 month, it seems a stalemate is not healthy for the Syrian plans to cut the rat’s strength to promote offensives in the south. Go for it SAA!

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/rebels-capture-busra-al-sham/

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Canthama , I think it ‘s just a tactical withdrawal to prevent further losses among the civilian population . This is not over , the Druze are now fighting in his land and I hope this ends to convince “neutral ” Druze who must fight on the side of the SAA . With this Nusra and the FSA offensive has run out of arguments to the decrepit but influential Druze Walid Jumblat

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When a duffer runs for 10 metres, he then has to sit down and wheeze for half an hour before the next attempt … Dad’s Army’s only measure of progress is if he is not coughing up blood anymore.

Anonymous
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Mentat, every time I see one of your posts, you come across as a loser.

Alex
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I thinks you underestimate Mentat. He raised a very good point a few weeks or months ago about the suicide bombing death in 2012 of Assef Shawkat, the powerful brother in law of Dr. Assad. If I understood the incredible knowledge of Mentat, he thought it was an inside job to eliminate dangerous rivals to the Assad family. Here I was as you are blaming it on the FSA or some under appreciated waiter. The bombing was only a stone’s throw from the residence of Dr. Assad. Give it some thought-. It could be misplaced blame. Ziad, what do you… Read more »
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Alex, we don’t underestimate anybody.

There is a very good reason why Mentat has been allowed to post here unfettered.

His usefulness is rapidly approaching the end.

Jason
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The so called FSA would claim credit for anything in order to bolster its image especially at that stage, but the ‘secret’ behind the bombing of the national security council can be found in the inner circle rivalries inside the Assad administration. I still believe that high ups inside the government and its various departments were behind this killing, with particular focus on Maher Assad and the former security official Hafez Makhlouf. Then there have been the constant assasinations of army officers in government controlled areas, yes the mafia regime/parallel structure is alive and well.

Anonymous
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Shut the fuck up!

You little inbred Israeli Hasbara Shlomo Jason!

Your day is coming sooner than you think.

Canthama
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Yemen in every spot news today. 1) Kingdom of Terror placing heavy military in the border with Yemen. 2) Kingdom of Terror paid $1.5Bi for Pasktan to deploy forces in the border between KSA and Yemen. 3) Ansarullah did not fire a single bullet and took the Anad Air base. Local leadership coordinated / handed everything to Houhti fighters . 4) Houthi SP alBukhaiti tells they’re in control of Aden now & Hadi fled Yemen w/KSA diplo mission. https://youtu.be/82YSxAm8ARo 5) Ansarullah movement ignored completely KSA and GCC pressure and the attempt to hold Hadi as President for long, they simply… Read more »
Canthama
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To any extent in the world, this is a very large deal between Russia and Jordan, two nuclear plants for $10Bi.

https://twitter.com/mashabani/status/580721479848976384

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Lets hope the Russian deal helps in persuading Jordan to stop support terrorists and work with Syria

Jason
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In actual fact it will have the opposite effect on Russia, drawing it further into the US camp, this is no different to the Saudi bribes that were allegedly rejected by Putin.

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@Jason Possibility? Great point, thanks for bringing it up. Do you have any proof? Sources? Russia has been a stalwart backer for the Syrian Government for 50+ years. It makes almost no sense they would walk away for just a few billion now when they make more in contracts and have turned down more in the past. Besides that Teevee predicted this arrangement via his sources a day before. He predicted that Jordan is switching sides as it doesn’t want to be caught with its pants down when this is all over. So I’d bet Russia is pulling Jordan 5… Read more »
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The proof is in his actions and here you can see what a great ‘ally’ Putin has been for Syria, his latest deed being the coordination with the Americans on transitioning out the Syrian regime through the so called Moscow talks. Oh wait i forgot to mention his support to the American led CW weapons resolution designed to put pressure on Assad. Then his diplomats have the nerve to come to Damascus feigning support and concern for Syria. As for the fairy tale regarding Jordan switching sides, you people are deluding yourself with such nonsense, Abdollar wouldn’t dare do such… Read more »
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first with turkey now with jordan?? is this how russia deals with childish problems today,by giving said children toys in exchange for promises?

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Urgent Video: Houthis capture Saudi TankS..http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=eb0_1427378390 Reports that Shia paramilitary groups have withdrew in protest of Tikrit & the op is now lead by Iraqi armed forces + the coalition. The version of Anna News about the fall of Brusa-Sham..As previously reported, in the southern city of Syria was captured by guerrillas Busra Sham, which is located in the eastern part of the province of Daraa. As a result,the four days of fierce fighting virtually cut off from the rest of the country its defenders.. – soldiers and militiamen of the resistance – have continued to fighting with the thousands… Read more »
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It seems a check mate is in progress at the Qalamoun mountains, a coordinated effort between HizbAllah, SAA, NDF and Lebanese Army are on going to elimnated ISIS and Nusrats from the this region. This offensive is so critical since a lot of forces are placed there for protection and could be released and deployed to other places within Syria. “Syrian army, Hezbollah seize 2 hilltops near border with Lebanon – reports Hezbollah and the Syrian army seized two strategic hilltops from jihadi militants along the Lebanese border Wednesday, the Daily Star said, citing security sources. The clashes near the… Read more »
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I can understand what it says cathalma that the evacuation of Al-Bousra was decided to not threatened the citizens of the conflicts in the city .. I don’t understand where is the tactical move or the trap, when the acces from Jordan for the terrorists remain open .. From this border the terrorists carrying their dead and wounded .. From there take aid and assistance .. More worried about the units that attempt in Jimreen rather than the terrorists in Al-Bousra that is trapped..Canthama in kalyamoon, the last days the An-Nusra accumulated forces to attack the units of the SAA… Read more »
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Saudi Arabia Syria to the North Iraq to the North East, Yemen to the South West, The Gulf of Oman to the North East None very Saudi friendly The paranoid kingdom of shit now have it all to do What goes around and all that. I suppose they’ll move their vast selves and cash to the US Empire of chaos. fking welcome to each other

Sicel Joe
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The white robes tunics those Saudi Gulf monkeys wear must be shit-stained brown now from crapping their pants with fear!

ziad
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lmao

ziad
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maybe these sheikdom clowns are trying to pass themselves off as virgins

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77 dead rodents and rising! The rat stats coming in on a regular basis now are very cheering.

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I follow Ziad since 2012. Everyday he reports 100 or more deaths.

Anonymous
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Very unreasonable stats.

Alex
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I felt that if you included accidental deaths, desertions, fratricide, disease, the figure of 100 a day was pretty realistic though not in battle alone. Regardless of the accuracy of Wael and Monsar, the rats have to be suffering significant losses and 3,000 a month is in line with reality.,

Queen o bama
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Fighting on that many fronts the 100pw average is probably right

Anonymous
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Not unrealistic as the ratio is 9 to 1 against the jihadis.

Government losses around 10-15 per day killed.

Anonymous
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It is very difficult, very difficult to know such statistics with any consistency and precision. Believe me. War is hell, and you often have no clue about what is going on a mere 10 block away from you, let alone from a different county.

Proof takfiris are really short of manpower
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Proof takfiris are really short of manpower
CHEVI789
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Joe, it’s not everyday, there are mercenaries coming on from all sides on a daily basis and by the hundreds, and i don’t believe Ziad is saying a hundred a day .

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Did you get hold of that .357 cowboy?

Anonymous
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Idleb quiet seems rat failed here not hearing anything new today ,but then you won’t if they failed it doesn’t get reported.

Anonymous
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Canthama, seems there’s a stalemate as well in Damascus. Zero news from there, zero breakthroughs, only isolated clashes and sometimes some pick ups destroyed or rebels/soldiers sniped. These rats have disseminate all the ghouta of booby traps and the advance is impossibile without high casualties that SAA can’t afford. And Jobar still looks the place more similar to hell on earth.

Anonymous
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The rebels are contained and cannot move.

No need to divert resources from more productive missions.

Dany the Fatso
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Go forward Glorious SAA dont stop until the last rat drop dead.

Anonymous
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More of Ziad’s tortured, conspiracy-laden logic. Apparently, another trap has been sprung like at Al-Raqqa, Al-Taqba, Division 17, Division 43, Wadi Al Deif, Taftanaz airbase, the non-existant Al Shaer gas fields (which are still being fought over), the Big Surprise and so on and so on. I have lost count of the number of times, over the last year, that Ziad has announced the imminent liberation of Jobar. One of these times he will be right – lol. I used to come to this site regularly to get updated information on the war in Syria. Now I go to Ziad’s… Read more »
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The terrible fact is that half the country now is controlled by the Kurds, ISIS or other terrorist groups. Hopefully, the SAA can prevail. I would be concerned about aircraft maintenance of SAAF. Helicopters especially have to be pampered and maintained or more incidents like day before yesterday. Sand and dust are the real enemies of aircraft engines, not rockets..

Okidoki
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Iran will determine the outcome.
Not the UK, France or the USA.
It is as simple as that.

Anonymous
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Alex, you are in no position to comment on anything

Alex
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Don’t sell us Americans short, Anon especially us from North Carolina. If there had been more North Carolinians at Gettysburg we would be two countries now instead of one.

Anonymous
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Yes……and if I remember correctly………you lost.

Cataro
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One thing we know is that wars are never safe , four years also makes all Western media announced the fall of Bashar Al Assad , and that is repeated year after year, then, why to you strange things do not go as one would like ?.
If you feel more comfortable with the information of Leith good for you , everyone has their own style, but I think too much of you to compare the information of SOHR with that of Ziad.

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Ziad’s denialism re. the Al Sha’er gas fields/EBLA refinery disaster was a classic piece of brass-necked impertinence … it was when he blatantly censored Leith’s story* honestly admitting the facts on it that the split from pater familias occurred and Al-Masdar News was registered a week later. —- * Snapshot rescued from Google cache @ 27. July 2014 00:01:59 GMT “AL-SHA’AR GAS FIELDS HAVE BEEN COMPLETELY LIBERATED! by Leith” 2:46 PM – 26 July 2014 East Homs: The Syrian Arab Army – supported by the NDF – has liberated the Al-Sha’ar Gasfields in rural East Homs, killing over 50+ cognitive… Read more »
Cataro
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I just REread me and I have REdiscovered that I am consistent….what a relief !! Thanks Mentat

Cataro
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just to clarify, it’s sarcasm. Mentat tells us nothing new

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Why are you upset? Everyone here should be old/wise enough already to realize all news is slanted. Stop thinking there is some “perfect” news like children and grow up by learning to question/check all media. This blog still delivers some amazing inside information but also disinformation designed to keep fighting spirits high. Its a warfare news Chanel.

SharkKing71
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Seems that the Saudis became like barking dogs after discovering that one of their puppets had back-stabbed them in Yemen.

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Dear friends, in a such war it is impossible to win everyday. Please, think that the people of Syria is fighting against USA, Israel, Saudy Arabya, Franch…..that Is a war against an enemy far and untouchable for our army. They (USA, S.Arabya, Jordan…) can hit us but we cannot. It is terrible but SAA everyday retake a little bit of the motherland to these cannibals! Ziad try to give to the readers and to the syrians in the motherland the hope for a better today, he try to give us all the strenght possible. I thank him, before to know… Read more »
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Providing strength and hope are certainly enviable endeavors. However, when the messenger loses credibility he looks more like Baghdad Bob than a reliable (albeit biased) reporter.

Cataro
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If you are with the Syrian people I have no doubt you will have more patience with Ziad , if you are on the other side you can choose the one source you like : ABC , BBC , NBC , AFP, Reuters, SOHR , etc etc etc

Cataro
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Well said Giulio!!! , a hug from Peru

Dany the Fatso
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Are you from Peru?

Cataro
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yep! Peruano hasta la medula

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Grande Giulio! Totally agree with you. Go on Ziad, go on SAA! We are with you, against the most vicious alliance ever seen in history. Syria’s resistance is already a victory in itself. Never forget it.
Saluti dall’Italia. Hasta la victoria, siempre!

Anonymous
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Ziad is not an “independent” observer, but a Syrian, who is consumed with emotions that his bellowed motherland and brothers and sisters have been subjected to mass murder and destruction at the hands of the most backward terrorists and domestic traitors. He pushes “agenda” of Syrian people, Syrian survival and unity. It is expected of him to be a little over the top and write in favor of Syrians. After all, his style is a mix of information from Syria, flavored by his dislike for the terrorists and those who openly support them. He has an individual flavor, but has… Read more »
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saa should leave the towns around the jordanien border (Nassib crossing, Khirbat al Mushrif, ) and concentrate on the real targets! It´s a waste of resources to hold and supply these little outposts.

And why isn´t Jobar finished?

Anonymous
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Yes SIR! General.

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ey ey captain

radioyaran
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The biggest problem is man power. The SAAs and NDFs recruitment pool is limited. At the same time refugee camps in neighbouring Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan are full of young, jobless mostly Sunni Syrian men being brainwashed by constant propaganda of their Anti-Assad Sunni host countries. Plus, Israel, Jordan and Turkey are providing logistics, intelligence, safe havens and weapons that Saudis, Qataris and other “Gulf donors” are paying. Tens of thousands of Salafi or otherwise radical non-Syrians are replenishing the ranks of the “rebels”, most of them going to IS and Nusra. At the end its the same because ALL… Read more »
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Exactly what I have been saying for months, since I found out this website. There’s a serious problem of manpower. Serious. Militias, PDC and whatever volunteers the SAA is able to pour in in the battlefield, can’t match the brainless sunni jihadists spam coming from all over the world and refugee camps in Lebanon. They can “recruit” faster, as simple as that. Because Sunni sympathize for rats and Gulf States pay salaries for mercenaries. It’s a fact, SAA and it’s allies can’t match this. Do not understimate them completely, apart the cannon fodder trained only at shouting Allah u Ackbar,… Read more »
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Don’t underestimate the Syrian generals. In this war you can not win by taking territory, because the enemy is coming from a place that can not be reached by the army, meaning that the territorial factor looses relevance. In other words, the rebels are pouring in from beyond Syrian borders, wich the Syrian Army can not reach. On the other hand, we have seen that rebels like the hit-and-run strategy, and since they are rebels with no uniforms, they can retreat (or at least give the impresion they are) and show up in a diferent place very quickly. This means… Read more »
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Juanito, nice post, nailled it on the head. Tks

Anonymous
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”The biggest problem is man power.” Rubbish. The SAA has the manpower, NDF, Security apparatus, Police, etc. A insurgent team of 10 to 15 in a group needs at least 10 times as many defenders to effectively defend all potential targets and track them down. Insurgents can attack one target at a time, at their choosing, while the defenders have to defend all potential targets 24/7. Not withstanding the above, the insurgents lost the conflict when they lost the ”hearts and minds” of the people they supposedly represented. With the population hostile to the insurgents and mobile phones everywhere, the… Read more »
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In my opinion, while the lack of manpower is a big problem, the biggest problem of the syrian army resides on the tactical level. The principal tactic of the syrian army and allies is the defense, with big offensives. In my opinion, the syrian leadership should copy the style that the sandinistes used during their struggle against the contras. Instead of waiting for the contras to attack, the sandinistes formed columns that searched for and brought the fight to the contras. This is, the state fought a guerrilla war against a guerrilla gang. The principal advantage of this style of… Read more »
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Speaking of Manpower, the talent pool is apparently getting more and more shallow, as the services of another satanic oompa loompa has been retained bu the Islamic State.

http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=7d6_1427291808

HYUCK HYUCK.

Anonymous
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About the most effective that guy could be is for them to strap explosives to him and shoot him out of a hell cannon.

Anonymous
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That or make him a full time knob polisher. At least they won’t have to buy him knee pads.

Shin
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Rebel hordes have been suffering big losses for a good while and desperately need a few victories to post up on the internet, hence the big attack on Idlib and the offensive in Daraa.

Small gains so far, let’s wait and see how things pan out. SAAF must be itching to reverse things at Busra al Shaam especially as the inhabitants were evacuated and Idlib is VERY well defended.

Expect rebels to suffer huge losses.

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yeah. do not forget that Syria is fighting alone with Hezbola more than 10 nations.. US ,Israel ,Jordan ,Turkey,Qatar ,Saudi Arabia , Traitors in Lebanon , UK .and France.. and the recruit merenaries from 30 or more nations around the world and train them.. and supply weapon and now using NATO airforce to help their terrorist to make gains. still however.. it is very important that Syria totally clean Damascus and homs.only focus in Syria borders.. it will significantly free resources. How can terrorist in Damascus continue to fight for 1-2 years while being encircled and cannot receive reinforcements and… Read more »
hrc
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Syria tactics needs to change.. Those jails in Syria have to be all empty , take all the prisoners and give the rifles to fight more monkeys like them..in change for freedom after 6 months of service.. and make sure they will not survive.. and the ones that are too dangerous.. just kill them. Syria needs to play with any tactics ,regardless of ethics ,to save their nation.

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That’s too dirty tactics you may have, Thanks to you tactician. You may be a successor for Gen, Petreuos

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Dont worry I am sure that SAA will answer your questions in a pair of months , they know their job. Ziad up your head very tall your work is exemplary dont worry you too , the big victories will arrive .Your SAA are héroes , lions , eagles …eyyy boys they are figthing alone while our countrys looks to other side criying when two terrorist kill 20 men …..Look what are they living in this country ….why we dont help to crush the inferno that european nations help to créate whit the infamous free arab spring ???? the nations… Read more »
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Saudi-armed jihadists poised to attack Syria Focused on strategic supply line from Damascus to Lebanon http://www.wnd.com/2015/03/saudi-armed-jihadists-poised-to-attack-syria/#ZAI3gySio6pGxhL7.99 TEL AVIV – Islamist forces armed and aided by Saudi Arabia are poised for a massive battle in the coming days targeting the Syrian regime and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah organization, according to Egyptian security officials speaking to WND. The officials said the Saudis have directed the Islamist forces, including the Al Nusra Front, to lead an imminent counterinsurgency focusing on the Syria-Lebanon border, with particular emphasis on the Qalamoun region. Qalamoun is a strategic site that serves as a supply line to Damascus from… Read more »
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Misinformation.
They have no new recruits.
After 4 years war they used up all their “useful idiots” mercenaries armies.

Within 4 weeks from now the number of new volunteers for the Syrian army will increase with 4 times the number they have now.

No worries. I am on it.

Saladin
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I would not trust anything from World Net Daily as they are a propaganda rag for the NWO with strong zionist affiliations. They are correct about the big battle coming, though. Israel wants to soften up Hezbollah and have someone else weaken them. It won’t work. Hezbollah exists to defeat Israel. This they will do when the time is right. Hezbollah and the SAA will prevail in the Qalamoun. Eventually Israel will have to do their own dirty work.

Jason
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This is not misinformation, and they have plenty of recruits that are constantly replenished. I mentioned in my other post that there is a huge and permanent escalation against Syria until the regime is either defeated militarily or it capitulates at the negotiating table in Moscow early April, this report looks to be accurate.

‘Within 4 weeks from now the number of new volunteers for the Syrian army will increase with 4 times the number they have now’

BS.

Okidoki
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I did it before for the Ukraine.
3 weeks 3 times as more new weekly recruits.
I say no more.
I come back to this site in 4 weeks from now.
Radio silence it shall be!

I will never ever tell anyone, how i did this for the Ukraine.
It is my secret.
Watch and learn.

Anonymous
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”and they have plenty of recruits that are constantly replenished”

Really……………….. oh inbred one.

How would YOU know?

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The Kingdom of Terror – Saudi Arabia, has just started to bomb Yemen, welcome to WWIII Gentlemen, it seems Khara hit the fan. KSA is bombing a sovereign nation wide in the open with the help of GCC ex Oman, will be interesting to see Iranian reaction to all this and watch closely Russia and China. it seems KSA is doing with US intel in the country.

Cataro
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Canthama, Satanyahu should be very happy, this war is shot down the Iran-Usa agreement

Canthama
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Cataro, the more I look into this the more I arrive in the same conclusion. Though KSA, GCC, Jordan and others do have the firepower and cash, it has limits, surely they will constantly need help from the US and UK. It is crystal clear from years or bombings and attacks that a war is only won on the ground, see all the examples in Syria, Lebanon, Gaza and Iraq, even Afghanistan to certain extent, so KSA and GCC bombings in Yemen will just spark the ovbious, rebellions in ME, inside their own countries or planted for long term implications.… Read more »
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canthama and cataro I believe one of the reasons for the saudi aggression on yemen is to derail the nuvlear deal. Saud and GCC countries alone cannot win the war against yemen and could be dragged into a war of attrition. The gulfies,however have bought egypt and its sisi, who are full of themselves. Even with egypt contributing ground troops, the outcome of the war will depend on what kind of support the yemenis get. Yemenis are good fighters and are fighting in their own land which is mountainous. If they have weapons the yemenis can draw all to a… Read more »
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Well, the Saudis have just started booming Yemen, along with other GCC countries. The question is who is really flying those Saudi planes and directing the operations? It looks like the Yemen war will get a lot messier. No body has been happier than Israel over the last four years and counting…

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Another Middle East War Breaks Out: US-Supported Saudi Arabia Begins Bombing Yemen, Tanks Cross Border http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-03-25/another-middle-east-war-breaks-out-saudi-arabia-begins-bombing-yemen Earlier today we reported that, on very short notice, Saudi Arabia had moved heavy military equipment including artillery to areas near its border with Yemen, “raising the risk that the Middle East’s top oil power will be drawn into the worsening Yemeni conflict.” In other words, Saudi Arabia was preparing for war. Shortly thereafter, but before Yemen’s president bravely fled the country over fears of the Houthi rebel advance, Yemen’s foreign minister called for Arab military intervention against advancing Shiite rebels. As we explicitly… Read more »
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World’s nr. 1 terror supporter and financer, fully backed with US support, terrorizing Yemen

Saudi’s new king of terror
http://www.middleeasteye.net/columns/saudi-s-new-king-terror-1358544415

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So Ibarhim Jafaari was carrying messages on behalf of the US embassy in Baghdad, what else would such a puppet be doing, apparently (no surprises here) one of his messages to Syria was for Assad to step down on the Yemeni ‘model’ and with guarantees that he will not face trial. This connects nicely with the regime change lite talks scheduled for early April in Moscow, the US wants to see Assad’s representatives give the right ‘signals’ at this conference and to begin the process of ‘transitioning out’. Failing that the Yankis will go all out for the overthrow of… Read more »
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BS

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How do you know Jafaari was bringing Assad a message from America? I thought the Russian diplomat did that? I think its more likely Jafaari was working on a plan for joint Iraq and Syrian support to crush terrorism in both their countries simultaneously as a team. Hezbollah and Iranian proxies already operate on both sides of the border and the conflict is one fight for them. Also, why do you keep saying weird stuff? Like Syria should bomb them first? Attack Turkey? attack Jordan? fire a few hundred scuds? attack Yanki bases? Syria is a small country with a… Read more »
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Some Lebanese media reported on it, take it or leave it but they have been right before and most recently with the fight between Ghazali and Shehadeh. As for the joint plan to fight terrorism, everyone knows that fighting terrorism is the sole prerogative of the US, there is no joint plan, only an American offer/bribe as part of the ‘political solution’. What is so weird about striking first when everyone believes that you wouldn’t dare try such a thing, and i didn’t say attack America (Israel included) unless it intervened which it almost certainly will, but at the outset… Read more »
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For your plan you need nuclear weapons.
A one way street of no return.
You can not just attack other countries if they wage proxy wars on you.
Unles you have nuclear weapons.
But then i would move as many Syrian civilians out of the country as possible before you start.

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Spending all Syrian scuds in Jordan and Turkey? better why not throw them all in Israel, maybe you drop one in the head Jason

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agree with richard

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found the name: Abu Azrael, angel of death, and terror to the inhuman isis savages. regulars: please be more cordial to incoming “novices” on comment board, some of us have visited this site since the beginning of the conflict but choose to withhold comment unless/until some timely event compels it. Yemen is a tradtional sphere of influence for Iran, dont look for them or houthis to take this lying down. houthis fought with saudis before (with obvious success) and undoubtedly will defend themselves again with even more ferocity. saudis are likely overplaying their hand as usual, look for this to… Read more »
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Some novices are not as educated as you St. Valentine, some only intended as “novices” when they are old Trolls always trying to sow doubt and despair. You have a good view, and we must wait to see who else is affect by Saudi action, also it may be the pretext that Iran needed to support a more forceful way to Houthies, and all that Iran did so far (flights daily, economic treatment) were only to provoke the “brilliant” Saudis. This is just the tip of the iceberg, there should be much more behind the scenes Please also be gentle… Read more »
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StValentine, in the last article me and Canthama made detailed answers for you with links.

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apologies, this ‘novice ‘is used to fast and furious interaction having observed forum activity for several years 😛

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War’s with both sides employing similar weapons are almost entirely on supplies. With the amount of supplies being given to the Sunni Islamist’s in Daraa the only way for the SAA to secure the cities militarily on the Jordanian border like Basra Al Sham is to drive 10-15km into Jordanian territory. The fighting would have to be confined to the Jordanian side to keep the Syrian border cities safe. With the SAA’s current supplies, withdrawing from the border city of Basra Al Sham was a smart and necessary move.

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Just kill them. Improof your defenses.
That is all.
They are running out of new recruits.
Syria has to structurally defend its country anyhow for a 100 years war with France and the UK. Sikes-Picot. That was the mistake of the Assad government.
Trusting the USA, UK and so on.
Nations do NOT have friends. Only interests.
Syria has no friends.
So build defenses.
Turn Syria into one big Crack the Chivaliers. Like the Swiss.

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Sorry Richard, unlike other countries Syria will not invade others.

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Sounds like a huge mistake by the Kingdom of Israels slaves.

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Yes

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Something very angry is knock knock knocking on wahabbi occupied Arabia’s door, and the ‘royal’ pucka is twitchin’ furiuously in fear!
SA biting off more than it can chew by assualting neighbour Yemen, whilst already overstretched backing a wholesale terrorist assualt in Syria and Iraq. Make no mistake, the attack on Yemen as with everything wahabbi is a thinly veiled western imperialist attack using their saudi slaves.

Someone should chuck something very nasty into khazaristan 2.0 to really get things rolling…(Hezbollah keep looking south and keep your fingers on those buttons) God is watching.

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Assad hails Iraq, Syria in fighting against terrorism http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/25/c_134094204.htm DAMASCUS, March 24 (Xinhua) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Tuesday the Syrian and Iraqi battles against terrorist groups have halted the terrorism expansion, according to the state news agency SANA. “The successes achieved by the Syrian and Iraqi people as well as their military forces in face of terrorist organizations have contributed to the halt of expansion of terrorism,” Assad said during his meeting with the visiting Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari. The consultations between the two countries could reinforce the successes in the battle against terrorism, Assad said, stressing… Read more »
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Report: Audio indicates 1 Germanwings pilot was locked out of the cockpit before the crash in France, investigators said

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Yea! And the other pilot inside the cockpit was Mohamed slave of Shlomo!

hehehehehehehehe

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Pilot locked out of cockpit before Germanwings crash: report http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/26/c_134098988.htm WASHINGTON, March 25 (Xinhua) — One of the two pilots on the crashed Germanwings flight may have been lock out of the cockpit before the plane crashed in the French Alps, the New York Times reported Wednesday. The report quoted a senior military official involved in the investigation as saying that evidence from a cockpit voice recorder indicated that the pilot left the cockpit and could not re-enter. “The guy outside is knocking lightly on the door and there is no answer, and then he hits the door stronger and… Read more »
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When are they going to admit that Mohamed bin Shlomo was behind the wheel? 😀 😀 😀

“we don’ t know yet the reason why the pilot went out, but what is sure is that at the very end of the flight, the other pilot is alone and does not open the door.”

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High Energy Liquid Laser Area Defense System (HELLADS)

US Laser Test Destroyed Germanwings

CIWS 50Kw laser shooting down drone aircraft
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OY VEY!

Where are my Kibbutzim Hasbara SHLOMOS today?!

SHLOMO JASON! SHLOMO MENTAK / MENTURD / MENTARD / MANTWAT! SHLOMO RICHARD!

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you forgot Mantit!

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Sorry Joe! Mantit is too mild a description

Sicel Joe
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OK Anon, I’ll settle for Mancunt then!

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U.S. nudged Canada toward bombing Syria http://www.ottawacommunitynews.com/news-story/5525790-u-s-nudged-canada-toward-bombing-syria/ Kenney, Foreign Affairs Minister Rob Nicholson and Prime Minister Stephen Harper faced a storm of demands Wednesday to justify the bombing of Syria under international law. Kenney took it a step further, saying he has a legal opinion from the military’s judge advocate general justifying the airstrikes under Article 51 of the UN charter. That provision says a country can take individual or collective self-defence action if a member is under armed attack, but the invocation of that clause is usually followed by an international resolution authorizing force. Legal experts in Washington, who’ve… Read more »
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How difficult it must be for some to realize that they are just USEFUL IDIOTS when they thought they were “freedom fighters”

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Last Judgment

When, O crowned Jesus; when, O loving Savior;
when, O patient and just Judge
when wilt Thou come forth from Thy hiding, and change tears to smiles, and groans to joys?
When shall that choral song burst forth, sweeping through the air, and circling about Thy throne, which shall proclaim the redemption of the world to the Lord God?

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So Saudis are now bombing Yemen.. Russia ,CHina and IRAN should not miss the opportunity to now arm the houthis , to counter the Simian apes of the Saudi State and its minions alliance. supply man pads , artillery and anti tank missiles.. with satellite communications.. and drones.. Once the Rebels fully armed ,they should invade Saudi Arabia and kick the Kings from the place.. if it is good for Americans to arm Rebels/Jihadist/ISIS in Syria.. then it have to be good too.. for Russia to arm freedom freedom fighters in Yemen.. and kick from power the american dictators allies… Read more »
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OH baby! Teddy boy is itching to invade Syria!

News Analysis: Ted Cruz’s White House run underscores foreign policy as top concern for 2016 U.S. elections

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/26/c_134099208.htm

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Looking at the photos of Senator Cruz I try to find out what the wonderful artifice that moves his mouth to repeat exactly what their Jewish masters have taught him. For starters I dismiss outright the existence of brain (and I think everyone will agree with me), so I’m thinking of spasmodic reactions induced by electric remote action, Senator can also be a Golem perhaps? I think Dan Quayle was damaged prototype, but the truth with Ted have not improved much, especially expressionless face is terrible, sure are just the budget

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He’s competing with Hillary on who can kiss Israel’s ass harder

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Harder and deeper

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Ted Cruz; Talmudic Love child…

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Troubling questions O Canada http://www.guelphmercury.com/opinion-story/5525186-troubling-questions/ Syria is not Iraq. The coalition fighting ISIL was invited by the Iraqi government to fight inside that country. No such invitation has come from Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. When is the last time Canada dropped bombs on a sovereign country without consent or being at war with that country? You can argue that the ISIL evil is demonic enough to justify doing so, but it’s not a decision that should be taken lightly. And then there’s the end game. There isn’t one. Stephen Harper will extend the mission by one year, which will carry… Read more »
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There’s no ‘middle’ in Mideast war debate http://www.guelphmercury.com/opinion-story/5525445-there-s-no-middle-in-mideast-war-debate/ Politically, the divisions over Canada’s newly expanded Middle East war have become crystal-clear. Six months ago, Justin Trudeau’s Liberals tried to stake out a middle-ground position between Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s pro-war Conservatives and Tom Mulcair’s no-war New Democrats. Now, to all intents and purposes, the Liberals and NDP stances are virtually identical. Both say the Conservative government has failed to articulate a clear war aim for Canadian forces in the Middle East. Both say that contrary to government protestations, Canadian special forces in Iraq are already involved in combat. In the… Read more »
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Canadian PM Stephen Harper Serenades Israel’s Blood Thirsty Netanyahu and his PIG Wife 😎

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Anonymous, anonymous, anonymous….. For Fuck’s sake (he’s the patron saint of Australia), Do all you guys wear the white Guy Fawkes mask or what? Yesterday this was ‘Mentat’s Blog.’ Today, everyone is ‘Anonymous.’ We now have posts from ‘literate’ Anon, an ‘obviously Canadian’ Anon, a ‘funny’ Anon, a long-winded, ‘boring’ Anon, a dubious ‘level 6 praefectus’ Anon and the usual loony Anons.
Please, this is getting boring. Call yourself Anon 1 and Anon 2 if you like. What’s the big issue with using a name??????????

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She is definitely a Super Sow,Who’s a pretty Boy Mrs Netanyahu…

https://youtu.be/Y8cNWvb1u4o

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Jewish Academic Claims Study Proves Greeks are Anti-Semitic

http://goldendawnaus.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/jewish-academic-presents-study.html

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The whole Sunni Middle East is bombing the Houthi? United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Jordan, Morocco, Sudan, Egypt and even Pakistan? WTF is going on? It just seems like bias hatred towards Shia? The Houthi don’t seem any better or worse than anyone else? I haven’t followed this conflict so don’t know sh-t. Ziad, or anyone who is following this conflict want to fill me/readers in on the details? It’s seems to effect Syria as all of Syria’s traditional antagonists/players seem to be at work in Yemen as well.

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I am truly amazed that an accomplished researcher/thinker such as yourself (according to you) has no awareness of the events in Yemen. Do your own research Ricardo! Knowledge is power … a sense of superiority is just an illusion.
Bestest!

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O’Dumma’s latest foolishness: US President Barack Obama embarrassed himself during a meeting with President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai. The head of Afghanistan arrived in the United States for a “historic visit.” During a joint press conference, Obama spoke about the plans of the United States to preserve US troops in the country, Pravda.Ru reports. However, Obama would falter when addressing his Afghan counterpart, TASS reports. The US president called the Afghan president “KARZAI” instead of Ahmadzai !!!!!!! #Noteworthy, Hamid Karzai is a former president of Afghanistan, who led the country from 2004 to 2014. President of Afghanistan Ashraf Ghani… Read more »
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