IDLIB: MORE DISASTER FOR TERRORISTS AS NEW SYRIAN ARMY CAMPAIGN GAINS MOMENTUM; DER’AH SEES U.S.-SUPPORTED CANNIBALS DIE LIKE FLIES

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IDLIB:  Don’t let anybody tell you the rats got into Idlib. Totally false propaganda even the BBC wouldn’t publish.  It’s official, the Nusra/Alqaeda and Ahraar Al-Shaam offensive to enter the city of Idlib is a total debacle.  I have been informed that the lieutenant general in charge of Idlib’s defenses saw the terrorist rats leave in a state of anarchy and ordered the Syrian Army to pursue them with an eye to exterminating any remnant rodents, especially the foreigners.  We can confirm more dead terrorist leaders:

Hassan Al-Khaleefa (a/k/a Abu Haydar.  Leader of Ahraar Al-Shaam’s franchise “Umar Al-Faarooq Brigade”, yawn.)

Abu Baraa` Al-Masri (EGYPTIAN TAPEWORM)

Abu-‘Abdullah Al-Najdi (SAUDI PUS-SUCKING HOG)

Yaasser Qutaysh

Muhammad Ismaa’eel

Mustafaa Baakeer

Hassan Khaleefa

Muhammad Habaashu

Wael reports that dead rat numbers are now more than 200.

Sirmeen:  Artillery strikes hit rat fortifications near Sirmeen.  Get ready for the big push.

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DER’AH-QUNAYTRA:

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BUSRAA AL-SHAAM:  The Nusra/Alqaeda terrorist cannibals received a resupply courtesy of the Jordanian Air Force. The traitorous Ayraab Jordanteezians actually were seen unloading heavy weapons from American Chinook helicopters right in the full view of locals who reported the event to Syrian authorities.  We are now at war with Jordan and Jordan is a violator of international law by aiding a terrorist group specifically designated as such by the United Nations. It didn’t do much to help their effort to storm the town of Busraa Al-Shaam.  Here are some of the names of the dead rodents as announced by the terrorists themselves on their websites:

Waleed Al-Basheer (cousin of FSA-South commander, ‘Abdul-Ilaah Al-Basheer Al-Nu’aymi)

Ahmad Al-Basheer (another cousin to the laureled wino ‘Abdul-Ilaah Al-Basheer Al-Nu’aymi)

Ahmad Al-Miqdaad

Muhammad Al-Miqdaad

Usaamaa Baqdaliyya

Nassr Al-Hareeri

Ahmad Al-Waadi

Saaber Al-Basaati

Muhammad Yusuf Al-‘Ammaar

Muhammad Al-Yaadoodi

Anas Al-‘Ataraat

Farhaan Al-Naassir

Ahmad ‘Eed Abu-Hawraan

Yaassir ‘Ubayd

‘Ali Qalloosh

Khaalid Al-Sha’baan

‘Abdullah Kan’aan

Ahmad Fawzaat

Moosaa Al-Zabadaani

 

All told, the Alqaeda organization lost 76 total yesterday and today in fighting with the SAA and its allies.

 

Al-Tayha:  2 vehicles were destroyed carrying weapons and ammunition.  6 dead rats counted:

Bilaal Shattoor

Abu-Jihaad Al-Tunisis (TUNISIAN HYENA CANKER)   

Mahmoud Ishtabraqi

Muhammad Jallool

Radhwaan Al-‘Azeez

The 6th was not identified and is believed to be a foreigner.

 

Kafr Naasij: More fighting with weapons and ammo seized for distribution to the patriotic Syrian militias.  THANK YOU JORDAN, ZIONIST KHAZAR STATE, SAUDI ARABIA FOR THE WONDERFUL CONTRIBUTIONS.

 

Fighting reported here also:  Umm Al-‘Awsaj, Jaydoor Hawraan (SAA artillery bombards hills), Tal ‘Antar, Tal Al-Haarra.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Let’s all get in on the action.  Thanks, Chevi:

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/03/15/worlds-biggest-class-action-lawsuit-now-imminent/

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Veo al ejercito saturado y perdiendo muchos puntos de control en idlib. La cosa pinta muy mal

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Syrian Arab Army recaptures Dahr_Al-Baider area near the city of Zabadani
https://www.facebook.com/documents.sy

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It is important to hold Idlib, but holding and killing hundreds of rats is so much better, good job by Syria.

It is about t for Syria to start shooting down hils and any fighter coming in to Syrian air space, can not let this happen without showing its real teeth. This war must get into Jorda asap or Syria risks fighting for long long time.

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The HouseArab League agreed at a meeting in Egypt today on a draft resolution to form a unified HouseArab military force.   The agreement came after warplanes from Saudi Arabia and HouseArab allies struck Shi’ite Muslim rebels fighting to oust Yemen’s president on Thursday, in a major gambit by the crowned dictator to check Iranian influence in its supposed backyard. The task of the force will be rapid military intervention to deal with security threats to any HouseArab puppet king and/or proxy dictator. Meanwhile, greatest hangman ally Putin was on the phone to Rouhani offering his noose-shaped support by calling… Read more »

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To the ones to follow the events in Yemen, I recommend :

1) https://mobile.twitter.com/omeisy
Hisham is actually in Sana, he is not a Houti supporter but as most of Yemeni, he is pro Yemen against the foreign invadors. He is very balanced and a good source.

2) Elijah Magnier – well known journalist covering Syria, Iraq and now Yemen. He travels much but seems his frequent base is Lebanon. One of the best source out there of ME geopolitics, he was Solid sources.
https://mobile.twitter.com/ejmalrai

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Can someone put some analysis into the Saudi attack on Yemen? It deems to me the Saudis have opened Pandoras box. They have no control of how this aggression will unfold or when it could end. There are alot of Shiites in Saudi Arabia, could there be an uprising. What if the War against Yemen drags on and on and causes instability. How strong are the Huthis, do they have modern air defense, could they cause trouble inside Saudi A.? What is the end goal for the Saudus, do they believe they can just completely control the outcome of the… Read more »

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I thought rebels took bosra? According to almasdarnews?

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Another twitter account for those interested in following the saudi aggression against yemen
https://mobile.twitter.com/HussainBukhaiti
With regard to Idlib, where are these attacks staged : weapons and ammunition storage, gathering of troops etc…..can’t the SAAF do something about it?

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“The Al-Shaa’er oil field does not exist as I told you“, so said Ziad The Infadel yesterday in reply to a comment — LOL, talk about an obdurate liar! Does the massive EBLA/EBCO natural gas and oil refinery 9km East of Al-Furqlus exist, Ziad, or is it just being painted into Google Maps on the fly there by your British brain-bugs? For the avoidance of any confusion, that’s the same shiny + expensive one where a certain smooth-faced chappie you may recognise enjoyed an inaugural sightseeing tour, back in carefree 2010. It’s also where all the gas from Jabal Al-Sha’er… Read more »

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Seeing this single video, in which one and the same terrorist destroys two Syrian tanks in less than 2 minutes does not really assure me about the fate of Idlib:
http://www.longwarjournal.org/archives/2015/03/al-nusrah-front-video-showcases-more-american-made-tow-missiles.php

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Maybe Saudi will invade Syria? I think they have a better air force and may decide to come out in the open about what they’ve been doing.
Would the ME get upset if they did?

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Hi all,

i have a nice idea to end the war in Syria:

President Assad should call Iran and Russia for help like the government of Yemen did. Russia can than bomb the rebels and say its just like in Yemen.

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Problems in IDLIB ….

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Thanks ziad for the mention, people just still don’t get what’s coming, as for the SA attack on Yemen they are in for a shock if they send in troops, i think this is the actual start of WW3, to many countries are going against the U.N charter in regards to attacking a souvreign nation and Russia in the end will start to do what it wants and state the hypocracy of the west, you can only push someone so far before they retaliate.

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Their navies are blocking the red sea, and their troops took over yemen’s ports. They will get all hyped up and full on declare war on assad for war crimes or something like that. They know the kingdom has been failing in it’s service to america, this will help mend relations. Israel will use the excuse to nuke iran and there will be no fresh water in the me.Waves of africans will be brought up to clean up the mess and will become the new leaders of iran. Israel will do a sub launch and blame iran for the nuke… Read more »

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We are now at war with Jordan” — so, Syria makes all its official declarations of war through SyrPer now … maybe somebody from SAA will also get the message …??

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Interesting report for Zabadani, Idlib e Bosra Sham from Anna News…In collaboration with the Lebanese army units and detachments of the forces of the Lebanese Resistance Army SAA took in battle with the Islamists and the bands Dzhebhat An-Nusra Front, large areas in the mountainous regions of the plan and Zabadani. Sudden operation carried out under the plan developed to eliminate terrorist groups which occupy about 70 square kilometers in the highlands area Arsaliyev, should lead to the complete destruction of the bands. Their number, it is estimated that about 3000 militanti..Alla eve army units took seven heights, that is… Read more »

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ANNA News – Summary of events in Syria for March 24, 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vx8OdAXRQgU

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Israeli military men terrorize sleeping Palestinian children. Video

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Assad welcomes Russian expansion in the region http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/27/c_134100834.htm DAMASCUS, March 26 (Xinhua) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Thursday that his administration welcomes any Russian expansion in the region, according to Russia Today TV. The Russian presence in the region is important to Syria, Assad told a number of Russian media outlets. He added that the role Russia is playing in the region serves the stability and security of the world. The president said that the Russian presence in the eastern part of the Mediterranean, mainly in the port of Syria’s coastal city of Tartus, aims to create a balance… Read more »

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Tunisia nabs main suspect masterminding catastrophic attack

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During a press conference held Thursday, Gharsalli revealed that 23 individuals were arrested, including one woman, who were all “directly involved in the Bardo attack.”

The cell also consists of members who have recently returned from Syria and Libya, including two Moroccans and one Algerian.

However, more suspects remain on the run, including Maher Ben Gaid, a Tunisian individual classified as “dangerous terrorist,” Gharsalli said, adding that 80 percent of this cell members belongs to the Oqba Ibn Nafaa brigade.

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Assad: West Follows Same Scenario in Syria, Ukraine to Weaken Russia Western countries, interfering in Syria’s internal affairs, are following the same scenario as in Ukraine to weaken Russia, Syrian President Bashar Assad said Thursday “There is a connection between the Syrian crisis and what is happening in Ukraine. Firstly, because both countries are important for Russia. Secondly, because there is a goal in both cases to weaken Russia and create puppet states,” Assad told Russian reporters We welcome the expansion of Russian presence in eastern Mediterranean, especially near our shores and in our ports,” Assad said in an interview… Read more »

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Syria Blames UN, OPCW for Chemical Weapons Elimination Delay The country’s deputy foreign minister said that the delays in demolishing Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal are caused by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The delays in liquidation of Syria’s chemical weapon arsenal is the fault of the United Nations and the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), not Damascus, the Syrian deputy foreign minister told Russian reporters on Thursday. In February, the OPCW warned that it may… Read more »

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Pentagon Declassifies Documents Confirming Israel Has Nukes In the latest example of the strained relationship between the United States and Israel, the Pentagon has quietly released a classified document which reveals the extent of Israel’s nuclear program. A program the Israeli government has long denied even exists s p u t n i k n e w s dot c o m Earlier this month, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accepted the controversial invitation to speak before the US Congress and warn against “a nuclearized Middle East and the horrific consequences…to all humanity.” The speech received, perhaps, the largest round… Read more »

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Syrian President Assad says open to dialogue with US Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is open to having a dialogue with the United States, but there can be no “pressuring over sovereignty” of his country, he has said in an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes”. Asked in an excerpt of the interview that aired on Thursday about recent comments by US Secretary of State John Kerry that Washington would have to negotiate with the Syrian leader to end the conflict there, Assad said: “As a principal, in Syria we could say that dialogue is a positive thing, and we are open… Read more »

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egypt with it’s flip flop kangaroo court system and shit leadership under sisi is really turning out to be once more a saudi israhelli puppet with this move to help those bastards bomb the houthis

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looks like that yemeni puppet ran right back into the arms of his masters,right back to Riyadh

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As expected the rebel offensive at Idlib is becoming a blood bath.

Reports coming in of massive terrorist casualties, they are being used as cannon fodder by their handlers in a desperate attempt to gain a victory to keep this mercenary war alive.

Best wishes to all the brave SAA NDF and their friends in Idlib and Syria

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The last few days have been almost the worst for the Saudi Arabian stock market in 4 years. Between low oil prices, a new King’s big social welfare budget, and now “war,” it appears this year’s dead cat bounce from last year’s exuberance is dying rather rapidly. However, what is perhaps even more troublesome for The Kingdom than the net worth destruction and potential blowback from instigating war against the Houthis is the fact that this month saw the largest drop in foreign curreny reserves on record (over 15 years) for the Arab nation… somewhat suggesting capital flight on a… Read more »

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President al-Assad: The West has not changed policy, intervention in terrorists’ favor must stop for a solution to succeed.. all the interview to russian tass.. http://sana.sy/en/?p=33642

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Nice article of Saudi financing of Taleban, AQ, 9/11 and most other int. terrorism in the world..

“But a raid by NATO forces on [Saudi High Commission] in Sarajevo office shortly after 9/11 found a range of terrorist materials, including photographs and detailed maps marking government buildings in Washington, before-and-after photos of terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, and hand-written notes of meetings with Osama bin Laden…”

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

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Is the SAA in the posession of napalm? If so they should throw it on the ruins of Bosra, before the snackbarians blow up the historical buildings? (They would be damaged, but not in a way they will suffer with a week or more with heavy snackbar infection). And you can be sure their leadership will have their headquarter there where they can expect no airraid.
If the SAA have no napalm they should use google, it isn´t that difficult to produce.

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Drop google on them instead of napalm? Sounds good to me!

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Iranian general Suleiman asked to leave Tikirit by the Americans via the President. The close cooperation between the Iraq and Syria armed forces will now take a different turn.not a peep from Iran who normally always claim to be able to be able to defeat all invaders, they have let the people of Yemen down. where are all the IRGC commanders who make nice bravado calls, not a word from them.

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Since this is such a friendly crowd I’ll share with you commenters a person prophetic story. Everyone on this site seems to have one, so I’ll share my experiance with you. Back in 2008 or 09 before the B.S. Arab spring started and everything was gloomy as usually in the Middle East, I had a real weird experience at my church regarding prophecy. During open group prayer time a guy sudden yells loud “God Says” followed by a long awkward silence (a moment I’ll never forget) “The House of Saud, Will Fall, by the Sword of Islam”. He goes on… Read more »

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I dont think Iran would be out of order if they began to conduct air-interdiction operations over skies of Yemen in defense of their civilian populations. Saudis are expecting a typical nato-style cakewalk by first softening defenses and destroying key strategic military assets (jet aircraft, weapons depots) then staging an massive amphibious landing at or near a vital port of call, ineluctably followed by unleashing the full strength of infantry against the victim nation of choice. I believe *this* moment now has presented Iran with a golden opportunity to give the wicked saudis the bloody nose they so richly deserve.… Read more »

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Latest….

Rebels advance rapidly through parts of Idlib on Friday ;
Opposition control about half of city, according to local sources, including most of north ;
Routes — and thus regime reinforcements — cut off completely from north and almost completely from south ;
Videos testify to rebel advance

http://eaworldview.com/2015/03/syria-daily-rebels-take-control-of-much-of-idlib/

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Ziad, your comments are real comedy (and i´m a supporter of the SAA). Look at the videos uploaded by the snackbarians: The SAA die like flys, not the snackbarians. It was a total stupid move to hold ground which is encircled from two sides by Al-Kaida, same on the southfront on the jordanien border, this will be the next mass-grave for the syrian soldiers. But i think the problem is the arabien mentallity, where you can´t step back even if it´s time for a tactical retreat. But the loss of the soldiers will be a game-changer, and if the al-kaidagroups… Read more »

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Breaking: Rebels now in full control of Idlib city — Fighting now to south on road to Aleppo and Latakia

http://eaworldview.com/2015/03/syria-daily-rebels-take-control-of-much-of-idlib/

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I guess you are very good attorney coz you are great liar. Those NDF are useless. 3 years to fortify the city and they make few dirt barriers.They just lost the city of 200 000 people in 3 days. They lost Bosra al Sham also and they are cowards and disgrace.

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Ziad I’m 100% secular pro Assad, and I’m so sad, Idlib is lost… May God have mercy on the SAA
Twitter is full of rat tweets and videos od it…

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I am still wondering what Assad had in mind when he said the war would be over by the end of 2014.
This only shows the sheer extent of Assads lack of being informed correctly or the unbelievable incompetence of the Syrian intelligence services.