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/

IDLIB: MORE DISASTER FOR TERRORISTS AS NEW SYRIAN ARMY CAMPAIGN GAINS MOMENTUM; DER’AH SEES U.S.-SUPPORTED CANNIBALS DIE LIKE FLIES by
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Anonymous
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Veo al ejercito saturado y perdiendo muchos puntos de control en idlib. La cosa pinta muy mal

Canthama
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Anon, not sure that is real, as far as I am hearing out there, thought there is a war of information as usual, is that the rat offensive lost traction in the first day, though they made some advances, and today they seemed to have lost most of their yesterday’s gains. As many comments from Syrpers, taking a village, small isolated town or a semi empty base is much easier, a large town and Province Capital is simply very hard, too well defended. I expect the fight in Idlib to die out in few days. In the mean time, huge… Read more »
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Translation:

I’m seeing the Army swamped and losing many control points in Idlib. The thing is looking very bad.

Hass
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I see a lot of the time you just comment for the sake it, even it makes you look a little silly.

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Now you are waking up for being wet dream, and is another day dream huh? I have also news that a group of mentards enter damascus suburb and they are declaring victory over lizard being a rat. does it bite?

Anonymous
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You are wrong in what you see.. ” usted se equivoca en lo que ve”

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

Canthama
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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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I totally agree, Syria needs to bleed Jordan and Turkey, they must pay a price a heavy one, if not Syria will forever be fighting, you cannot win a defensive war, i must say that Syrian intelligence really stinks, the zionist settlers know this that is why they attack Syria at will , they knows there is no consequence to their attacks, those Jordanian Choppers should have been ambushed and shot down already, does Syria really wants to win this thing?

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what jordanian chopers,what happened?

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Regarding the US choppers supplying terrorists; Syria government troops would love to have shot them down but all soldiers/resources are busy fighting in other areas and fronts. With only moderate support from Russia and Iranian allies Syria is fighting the largest terrorist groups in the world alone. Why don’t you shoot down foreign aircraft supplying terrorists? Here’s the reason why; There is no force to shoot them down. There is no phantom army waiting orders. There is no 500 scuds in reserve. There is no nuclear or biological weapons to launch. There is no Armored divisions in reserve to push… Read more »
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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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Chess is what we Persians play, you jejune freak. Hadi is irrelevant. He has been relegated to the dustbin of history. This is un gran opportunidad for Iran to deploy the Bavar SAM system and shoot some ragheads out of the clear azure of the Yemeni sky, because after all, Turkeys don’t fly…

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I like that JEJUNE name! What does it mean please?

Mentat
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You must be playing the SAA version of chess then, where strategy == strengthening the opponent at every available opportunity … 1. Hadi was rightly relegated to but is now unfortunately resurrected from the trashcan, due to some amazingly inept moves you would prefer not to dwell on, as it could presumably reveal the depths of Persian political incompetence to properly play a very much winning hand and pre-empt rather than invite this entirely predictable Saudi/Yanki aggression. 2. I’d also love to see those Bavars in action; when will they be arriving within range of the allegedly wingless Saudi turkeys?… Read more »
Khosrow
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Must everything be spelled out to you piecemeal? Hadi is an empty suit. Even if he had been strung up by his testicles from the highest tree in Sanaa, the ragheads north of the border would have raised up another Bonnie Prince in his stead. You don’t grasp geopolitics very well, do you? You keep dwelling on the fact that he escaped house arrest as somehow being evidence of incompetence. He escaped house arrest because frankly, he wasn’t much of a high value prisoner. He has almost no popular support, in a culture where tribal support is key. Just as… Read more »
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P.S. I glean from your post script that you doubt my ethnicity:

Man be Shoma ghowl meedam keh man sad dar sad Irani hastam, bacheh porou!

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1. No, I just don’t let interlocutors off lightly with evading a straight question. 2. So, is that how it works in Iran? People in jail can just say to the guard, “I’m not much of a high value prisoner, really!” and he’ll be all like, “OK, off you go home then, matey!” … sorry, but no amount of lipstick can beautify this pig. 3. Could the Sauds find another ‘Bonnie Prince’ who they can plausibly portray as the legitimate President of Yemen? I think not, which is why he is of supreme value to them, for justifying and eventually… Read more »
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Your rush to criticize Iran has rendered you foolish. If Hadi were being held prisoner in Sanaa right now, would that remove the Saudi’s supposed casus belli? Of course not, simpleton. They would just argue that the invasion is meant to free him from imprisonment. Do you comprehend?

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Furthermore, had Hadi been summarily executed, he would have become a Sunni martyr. Thus, to let him go was a matter of convenience. If you don’t understand that, you’re beyond hope when it comes to higher thought, das tut mir leid, truly.

Khosrow
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And if I may be a bit long winded, the manner of Hadi’s flight was deeply embarrassing in Arab cultural terms. He fled as a rat does a sinking ship and he has lost tremendous face in Yemen. Abdullah Saleh, in contrast, never left Yemen and is still in the country. This, the contrast is stark, and Hadi’s flight works in our favor.

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I’m not rushing to criticize Iran and really don’t think it’s in control there anyhow. “If Hadi were being held prisoner in Sanaa right now, would that remove the Saudi’s supposed casus belli?” — yes, as they would never have had it [his calling for international bombing] in the first place! Any alternative one would perforce be weaker, e.g. invading to free a ‘resigned’ President being made to account for his crimes. And far be it from me to suggest summary execution for the illustrious Mr Hadi – my suggestion was for a fair trial followed by hanging with all… Read more »
Mentat
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Abdullah Saleh most definitely left the country, fleeing in a somewhat singed condition to … Saudi Arabia, of all places, when that mortar grenade went off in his radio face during Palace prayers in 2011.

Khosrow
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Blah blah blah, you bumbling boob. Saleh left for exactly three months in 2011 for medical treatment only. He did not flee, as he promptly returned to his country like a man, unlike Hadi, who fled like a thief in the night. there is distinct contrast there, me’ boy. I’m sorry that you can’t grasp it.

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Also, regarding casus belli, an invasion has been in the works for months. A request by the current president for military assistance is not a prerequisite for establishing casus belli, according to international law. A military expedition to free an imprisoned head of state provides just as much supposed justification for a country bent on aggression. I suggest you get over your habit of legal particular ism when it comes to analyzing the Middle East, since extra-legal behavior us the rule, rather than the exception.

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1. You didn’t seem to think “an invasion has been in the works for months” with your triumphalist blowing about ‘how we Persians play chess’, only one day before it happened. 2. Hadi had resigned, so was no longer President, remember? It was only when you goofs allowed him to wander off to Aden that he ‘unresigned’ himself and again became the noble President determined to fight off the ‘rebels’ [who had stupidly failed to form a government when they held the initiative], by calling upon the aid of his gallant allies abroad. 3. In sum, the appearance of legality,… Read more »
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An invasion of Yemen by the Saudis and their merry band of subhuman cretins has always been a distinct possibility. They have been massing artillery and other assets on their border with Yemen for weeks now. I apologize if it came as a surprise to you. I guess you’re not quite as clever as you thought you were. Pero no importa, my triumphalism is unchecked in the face of the ineptitude of the so-called ahl al Sunna, as Ansarullah has just taken Shaqra, 100 miles east of Aden. The air strikes, predictably, are having very little effect. It’s really a… Read more »
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lol……..the usual verbal drivel from Mentat.

Mop and bucket Mr Janitor.

CHEVI789
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No, “SPILL ON ISLE 5” is more like it, don’t read this rats drivel nor anyone else comments in reply to him, just vote him down and move on, stop feeding the troll please.

Mentat
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Ah, it’s Mr I-don’t-KILL-MY-NEIGHBOURS …

But have you actually told them this yet? I can only imagine they’d all be mightily relieved to hear of this New Year’s resolution you’ve adopted …

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Shut up…stupid

richard sanchez
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I’d love to be a US puppet, president in exile, oily sheik, yes-man. The benefits are a lot better than my current day job.

Ozsceptic
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Richard – Lucky you! I have to be an oily ‘yes-man’ in every job I’ve ever had. And I’m still tugging my forelock to this day. It’s nice to know you are a worker. It seems there are many trolls on this site with very little perception of real life and nothing else to do with their endless leisure time. How about we both ask Mentat for a full-time trolling job with his employers? We can say whatever we like (whether it is logical or not) be rude, arrogant and totally obnoxious … and get paid shiny gold shekels for… 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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never trust the “balanced” ones..

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According to former US ambassador to Yemen, Barbara Bodine:

“The Saudis are actively trying to bring down Iran’s most important ally – Assad – and Iran supporting the Houthis at very little cost is a way of reminding the Saudis that if you are going to try to unseat our most important ally in Syria, we can make life very difficult for you along your southern border,” she said during a debate at the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington.

(As reported in today’s Guardian newspaper)

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Iran supporting the Houthis at very little cost” — LOL, yes, in other words, half-heartedly and on the cheap, for as long as it takes to lose, same as in Syria!

Much brilliantsuch strategerywow!

richard sanchez
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Iran lost 1 million men in the Iran-Iraq war so it has the potential to win absolutely in Syria and Iraq if it really wanted too. Instead it just supports its allies with enough to keep them afloat but without the forethought of providing a paddle to get anywhere, odd. Hey Mentat did you see what your favorite country(USA) did to the liberators of Western oppression(IS) in Tikrit last night? 181 bombs in 8 hours in just 2 square Kilometers of turf. ISIS dude’s panicked swimming across the Tigris river, leaving their 13 year old brides behind, trying to get… Read more »
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OY VEY!

Where are my Kibbutzim HASBARA HOUSE SHLOMOS today?!

SHLOMO JASON!

SHLOMO MENTAK / MENTURD / MENTARD / MANTWAT / MANCUNT!

SHLOMO RICHARD!

SHALOM BOYS! YOUR RABBI IS VERY PROUD OF YOU!

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Anon – you are my favorite ‘anon.’
Always got to chuckle when I see all the ‘shlomo’ comments!
Shalom & Oy Vey! – from down under

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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’ll analyze it for you in few words.

TOO LITTLE TOO LATE!

😀 😀 😀 😀 😀

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The fact is if you start a war, you’ll never know how it will end. Never. Look at the USA, they bombed Gaddafi and believed (in their stupid sel-righteous narrow minds ) that magically democracy and freedom and would have been appeared. Result: Lybia is a ungovernable chaos,of which I seriously can’t see the end. Fourty years ago YS attacked Vietnam vietcong. Result: they have been pummeled so hard they’re still leaking their wounds. Israel in 2006 attacked Hezbollah, thinking it would have been a cakewalk. Result: Israel achieved nothing of his objectives, Hezbollah barely was scratched and the Merkawa,… Read more »
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“The fact is if you start a war, you’ll never know how it will end. Never.”

Exactly. Such things are governed by the immutable law of unintended consequences.

“…. is this a joke, I can’t believe Saudis are such idiots…”

Believe it. Sadly, it is all too true.

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SA Army soldiers never fought, bored in the desert.
Jordanians …? How to send? One battalion? Maybe. They are at war with Assad.
Egyptian units would have to sail the sea. how long will it take before they are in combat readiness? Two months? In the best case.
Přijednou Pakistanis across the sea without weapons. They come only to those who contract ends in the Pakistani army and they will not have any other work. They will long to learn US weapons systems – never seen before.
SA is not ready for war.

Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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10-15% Shiites. It’s not on the Saudi Spring.

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Alan Berger, Czech Republic
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Sorry for the shortcut. I had to add a comment. The SA is little Shia. If the war would turn out badly for the SA, the political consequence will be great. SA no opposition in a few Shi’a. I did not mean Yemen.

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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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I meant saudi regime aggression

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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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Your comment sounds stupid. 1) You mention yourself that the Shaer field is part of the Ebla gas field. I put some research in it myself. 2) Since it is a minor sub-gas-field of the Ebla project it could not be an oil field. 3) You are talking about the SOHR story where ISIS overrun an oil field and later executed 300+ “regime force” (soldiers) that had the duty to defend the field. Now the problem was at that time that the success story was extremely shaky. Not the fact if any installation existed that carried the name. It was… Read more »
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1. Oil and gas are often found in close proximity … according to the Syria-oil.com link above: “Ebla Gas Plant was constructed by Petro-Canada Company and Petrofac in the governorate of Homs to the east of al-Freqlus area about 10 km and consists of a gathering Gas station in the field of al-Shaer and a pipeline to transport raw gas along the 77 km, linking al-Shaer field and al-Freqlus Gas Plant with a line to export gas from the plant along the 3.2 km, to the national grid. and digging / 10 / wells of which 6 wells to produce… Read more »
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They are found in close proximity. Often in the same well. You can have gas wells which are “wet gas” in which condensate is gathered as well, or dry gas, where it is just gas. Oil wells you will have a mix depending on your formation and the age of the well. Depending on the fields you can also have compressors there. Then you run into separators, dehydrators and any number of goodies. Out there it’s a different ballgame than here, as we punch holes all over the place whereas they don’t tend to there because they don’t have to.… Read more »
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Quite correct. If you zoom in with Google Maps in Earth mode at the link above you will see all the hardware you describe and more in the two adjacent processing plants. The Ebla plant [built as a joint venture with the Canadian Suncor, incidentally] and its surrounding related well-head installations had been under sporadic attack from different outfits for approximately a year before finally being seized by IS, so it is only natural that there were SAA/NDF reinforcements stationed in/around it, as it is, or rather was, critical infrastructure supporting what remain[s¦ed] of Assad’s economy. The installations were fairly… Read more »
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I don’t know that there has been outright denial. Nomenclature confusion maybe. I can’t say. In the end, this battle proved to be arguable the costliest for ISIS in the war, certainly one of the worst – so It should be featured. I had talked in a post related to this or at least their oil infrastructure, that even in pristine condition, maintaining anywhere near full production during a war for a gang of savages is unthinkable and this field was mentioned in addition to others if I recall correctly. In addition to having skilled people to operate the equipment,… Read more »
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Yeah, nomenclature confusion, that’s a good one!

But seriously, this place was always pretty hard to miss, for anyone interested in reporting what is actually happening. OTOH, if one is attempting to hide the grisly facts employing a certain lawyerly knack for contorting words to disguise truth, then every semantic & rhetorical trick in the book will be exploited to fool the unwary, while still maintaining a modicum of [in this case im]plausible deniability to later weasel out of any accusation of having lied, arguing that it was merely misleading instead.

Credulity stretched beyond elastic limits at this stage, I’d say.

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You failed again. I asked you precisely to say which points you would agree and you only want to lead the audience away from the deciding point. 1) The rat force according to the story took a major oil field where there was none. They executed soldiers that have not been there. It was completely made up because ISIS was in need of a success story. 2) Because the story was obviously untrue the rat discussion went to if there was actually an oil field. There was not. There was a gas field with that name. But it was only… Read more »
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It’s an information war all right, but I am against the deception: 1. Initial reporting at the time [relying, it seems, on SOHR] erroneously located this place somewhere East of Palmyra, whereas it is actually East of Homs on the road to Palmyra. That is what probably helped throw some people such as yourself off to accept Ziad’s BS that it is a faked story, as they could not find any major petro-processing installation out there in the middle of the desert. 2. It was only Ziad who made a big deal out of the fact Al-Sha’er specifically is not… Read more »
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I explained it well already. your 1.: The discussion about oil or gas is a deception. The reporting of clashes would be credible but the claim of overrunning something major was not. In the area, lets say East of Homs and North of Palmyra, there were several battles with the predictable outcome of a loss for the ISIS forces. 2.: It is possible to re-read Ziads claims. name your facts if you think that Ziad hides some. I could understand your writing only in the meaning that there was actually a big ISIS success and I cannot find one. If… 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

Anonymous
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If you want ”assurance”, go and snuggle in your mothers bosom.

Idiot.

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Idiot, nothing is gained by denying and ignoring weaknesses and military errors/failures on tactical level.

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Unfortunately I don’t know how tanks can defend against tow’s.

(is the second a miss? I don’t see any part of the turret flying away)

Mentat
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Here’s one system.

Anonymous
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Really armchair general.

Who is denying or ignoring anything.

My comment refers to your deduction from one video scene, regarding the fate of Idlib.

God help any army with potential recruits like you.

My comment stands……………..

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Video does not show much. It does show that they have only few terrorists left by now. It does show they put a huge distance between them and the SAA or NDF. So this, and many many thousands of other videos i have seen last 2 months reveals me 2 things: – no new recruits for the London, Israel, Washington backed mercenary armies – no readiness with their terrorists to engage in close combat If you are winning a war. The closer your get to victory. The more you have to engage in close combat city fighting. Like the Russians… Read more »
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It’s not actually Al Nusra but you can still be very reassured by that 100% aiming …

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The film is edited. It’s not for 2 min. Charge a weapon and be prepared to combat readiness takes about 10 min. Plus find the target. Another question is whether the fighter still alive. That film does not show. Do you see a movie that other bojobníci lying on the ground like snakes and do not want to move. Firing on their positions about dense.

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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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Mark, it is way past your bedtime.

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Go and look a world map.. where is saudi arabia located and Syria.. Saudi cannot invade Syria without invading first IRAQ and fighting the IRaqui army and IRAN and then later joining Russia. About Yemen.. this is the time IRAN should arm to the teeth the Houthis and after they fully control Yemen.. take the fight to Saudi Arabia.. and kick the royal family from power and the american military base.. Install a democracy and start selling Oil for RUbles or Yuans.. that will be a huge hit to US dollar value.. and it will trigger a US direct intervention..… Read more »
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This is *not* beyond the realm of possibilities … the new HouseArab ‘Joint Military Force’ agreed yesterday at their meeting in Egypt may decide on a little ‘wick-dipping’ official expedition through Jordan to pacify Damascus with a coup de grâce and thus fill its empty seat at the Arab Lackeys’ table with a proper puppet.

Its BOTG would naturally be supported in this R2P-compatible endeavour by those perennial ‘Friends of Humanity’ at NATO.

Hmmn …

The Watcher
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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.

cheers
J

Shinaydeen
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Bedtime for you too, Watcher. Say goodnight to Mommy.

Mentat
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Putin has already aligned himself with the Hang-a-Houthi brigades, calling upon them to surrender arms and be destroyed peacefully, as he’s not wanting to lose his lucrative contracts in Egypt*, Jordan** and Turkey***.

He’s not called Iran/Syria’s greatest ally hangman for nothing, you know?

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* NPP and weapons
** NPP
*** NPP and gas pipelines

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Problems in IDLIB ….

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If you mean rats are attacking Idlib, well it has been for two days. If you are saying rats are inside the city then the answer is no. Fight is on and it is on the industrial side. Today Syria got back some lost ground from yesterday. Do not take me wrong, the fight is fierce, rats are trying hard, but the defenses are good and reinforcements are arriving from both sides. My take on is that Idlib defenses are real strong, the population is totally pro Syria and supporting the country, any insider is being dealt with, such some… Read more »
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If Idlib falls to the terrorists, I think the United States needs to bite the bullet and send in as many divisions as necessary to stabilize Syria- not to remove Assad but to bring order and destroy ISIS and the other terrorist groups. I believe the US could be the ones to save Assad not destroy him. If a president like Truman were with us something would have already been done. It seems there are spineless politicians preventing our military from taking action. I may get a couple of dislikes but the truth hurts. This insanity has to stop and… Read more »
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Go to bed Alex…

Cataro
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Alex , who you think is funding and arming terrorists in Idlib ?

Mentat
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Yeah, like they saved Saddam, right?

Are you truly this dumb or just winding us up now?

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Keep our soldiers at home where they are safe, where they belong. Let the sand people fight over sand.

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Go back to Mexico.

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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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Yes, Russia will whine quietly in a corner for about two minutes before helping pass a raft of UNSC resolutions to retroactively legitimise the whole aggression by its Saudi/Yanki ‘partner’.

Par for the course, really, but hardly WW3.

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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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[sigh] … and you were doing so well up until you ran off the rails with another Yanki nuclear fantasy!

Mentat
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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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Syria couldn’t do any worse with Ziad in charge, would probably be an improvement.

Mentat
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Yep, and that says it all really!

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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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classic terror and intimidation of civilians by armed men
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Israeli military men terrorize sleeping Palestinian children. Video

http://english.pravda.ru/news/world/26-03-2015/130126-israeli_soldiers_palestinian_children-0/

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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

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/26/c_134100687.htm

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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‘The Syrian authorities will not oppose the revival and expansion of a Russian naval facility in the port of Tartus if Moscow decides to do it, President Bashar Assad said on Thursday.’ LOL. According to many on here, there is already a full fledged naval base in Tartus. ‘He added that a decision on the expansion of the Tartus facility must be taken by the Russian authorities’ This same headline/sentence has been running for years now, even before the conflict, this proves that there is no such military facility in Syria, all that’s there is a supply station, nothing more.… Read more »
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‘Assad: West Follows Same Scenario in Syria, Ukraine to Weaken Russia’ And what is Russia doing to prevent these encroachments? It seems that Putin’s main form of ‘defence’ is to appeal to his Western ‘partners’ to stop the conflict which is rather sad and pathetic. He allowed the Junta precious time to build up its forces and attack Eastern Ukraine rather than sending in the Russian army to protect its compatriots, causing the death of thousands and the destruction of cities and towns. Then after the pro Russian forces pushed the Junta out of certain cities and towns of Eastern… 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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‘We hope to destroy the [chemical weapon production] facilities as soon as possible, but there is no specific date yet’

I find this sickening in the way it panders to the Americans who have used every underhand trick in the book to dispose of Syria’s deterrence capabilities, and yet this fool can’t wait to get rid of those ‘awful’ chemical weapons. Pathetic.

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Hey Jason the nurse is looking for you. She wants to give you your meds. She said to tell you, you can keep your Napoleon hat on.

Czar Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin
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Putin: No one has ever succeeded in intimidating or pressuring Russia and no one ever will.

https://youtu.be/nhR3rjGWkOs

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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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The sole motivation of the DoD in releasing this is to embarrasss Benny Mileikowski (as if THAT were possible). The ‘revelations’ are a blind. Israel’s tech in the sphere of nukes is bang-up-to-date, including the use of thermobaric mini-nukes whose guts they stole from the US itself, with help from the Bush crime cabal. The Khazars blew up Dimona in late 1970s, in the same way Fukushima was destroyed, possibly a Khazar strike. Now, they rely on theft and re-manufacture. Bibi at that time was a Mossad spy who stole nuke secrets, while on station in California. The Khazars made… Read more »
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The madness of Master Duff continues to graze through the SyrPer Hivemind, I see.

To guage the extent of the damage, what do you think of this equally credible and verified Duffite ‘revelation’ that an
ET + ChiCom nuke conspiracy imperils Gawd Bless ‘Murica!, Thylacine?

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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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was this a new interview? was it on video,if so give the link please or article

Anonymous
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Bashar made an Interview with CBS 60 minutes. It will be shown on Sunday night

ziad
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thank you ,he also made an interview to russian media but it was not translated here is the article Q & A https://www.facebook.com/syrianmilitary/posts/830989250315792:0

Shinaydeen
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Nothing new here. Unlike the US or any of his adversaries, Assad has been absolutely consistent and steadfast in his position from the beginning.

ziad
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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

Mentat
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Anyone surprised by this development has only himself to blame for ignoring reality and preferring auto-delusion based on wishful thinking.

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Mentat: Bedtime for trolls and leprechauns. Besides, haven’t you reached your daily trolling quota, already?
Payday looms

ziad
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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

Stein Bauge
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What sources have you seen? the islamist supporters over at militaryphotos.net have become very quiet so you must be right.

Saudi Arabia Just Suffer Its Largest Foreign Capital Flight In 15 Years
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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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Should the Yemenis, now united, hold long, and they will, KSA, Egypt and GCC will run of steam, the whole ME is moving into a low cash period after the oil collapsed, beside 4-5 yrs old of constant war. When the rubber hits the ground on lower social expenditures or even a shortage of food there will be rebellion all over these countries.

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Canthama – I would like to agree with you, as I usually do but don’t we BOTH live in countries where ‘lower social expenditures’ have been rampant for many years? … and there’s been no ‘rebellion’ has there? There HAS been ever-rising food prices, poverty, unemployment, reductions in health care & education spending, increasing levels of homelessness … but still no sign of ‘rebellion.’ In Greece, France and Britain there have been very serious riots, but they all came and went and nothing really changed. ‘They’ have such a strangle-hold through their control of the media, police, military, judiciary and… Read more »
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Canthama and Oz Oz makes a point that there will be no rebellion. I do not believe either that there will be rebellion, but I think that saudi arabia will suffer tremendously if the war is a long war. At the same time,saudi cannot win this war on its own, which is the reason saudi is recruiting egypt, pakistan, jordan to do the fighting for them. Long war will cause cracks in the saudi society which expects luxary living based on oil income. Yemen loses much less in a prolonged war. Yemen has always been poor and are used to… 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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Christ-on-a-trike, Assad really must read SyrPer [for the comments]: “Let me go back to the Western mentality, which I described as colonialist. The West does not accept partners. It only wants satellite states. The United States does not even accept partners in the West. It wants Europe to follow the United States. They didn’t accept Russia, although it was a superpower. They didn’t accept it as a partner. Russian officials talk all the time about partnership with the West, and talk positively about the West. In return, the West does not accept Russia as a great power and as a… Read more »
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The West and their clients like the GCC are desperate because the (financial) world order they depend on is slowly crumbling (just like the British Empire was losing before WW1 – finance dominated economies cannot compete with real industrial economies). Russia, Iran, china do not start wars out of desperation and they seek to avoid being dragged into wider conflict and rightly so.

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mentant, surprise me .. you make critical to Assad’s responses to the attitude of the USA and its geopolitical strategy .. you speak seriously about politics? .. yesterday made me laughed once again.. when you named the ISIS and the An -Nusra Front political groups .. you have no idea of the meaning of the word policy ..since when a radical sect is considered a political group .. how you name political something that has no reference to the society and the human but only to God? .. how you name this movement and called that revolution which has reference… Read more »
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1. “since when a radical sect is considered a political group” — since forever, if they follow definite political goals … and setting up a new Caliphate is a quintessentially political project. Religion, of whatever stripe, is just a social glue used to identify/bind a cohesive group of obedient footsoldiers to pursue the political goals of those who define the doctrine. 2. Sun Tzu said “Know thyself and know thine enemy, then is the victory sure.” i.e. If you want a very long war, refuse to understand the politics of your enemy. 3. God died in 1953 [of a heart… Read more »
Jason
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I agree there was a bit of a swipe at Putin there by Bashar, concealed in diplomatic tongue. On the whole Bashar’s interviews are a complete bore, he tells the interviewers what they want to hear and gives absolutely nothing away about anything, always making a standard response to all questions whether they be straight forward or tricky. It’s so obvious that he heavily rehearses his answers to all sorts of potential questions, therefore the interviews he gives sound almost robotic, he could make the most dramatic events around Syria appear as though its all par for the course. I… Read more »
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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

Stein Bauge
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9/11 was too big for Saudi, blaming them is disinfo no matter how despicable they are.

Anonymous
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Saudi+Israel+chosen neocons+corrupt masons+other corrupt politicians=9-11

To achieve this

http://www.globalresearch.ca/greater-israel-the-zionist-plan-for-the-middle-east/5324815

Stein Bauge
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Israel is closer. Skip all that masons/illuminati/rotschild stuff, what we see is a small mafia rather than elite controlling the global monetary/financial system (Rotschilds have not had real power since the British Empire, it passed to Rockefeller, Manhattan Chase Bank, Goldman Sachs etc.

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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.

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

hblinken
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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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Aaand … the open demo in ‘Persian Checkers’ continues apace today as Saudi Press Agency confirms their flightless turkeys are targeting air bases, aircraft and missile defense systems all across Yemen in a softening-up prelude to the imminent full scale invasion.

In retaliation, Iran strokes its lengthy Bavar, then deploys … a PR photo to the BBC!

Such ‘partner’!much strategery!very wow!

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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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Lovely, it sounds like one of those Yanki Xtian-Zionist madhouses where irrepressible glossolaliacs roar out a stream of gobbeldygook at random intervals throughout the sermon … in exchange for which licence some species of a Hagee is happy to roughly fleece them before parting company.

Now prey divulge how you got ‘saved’ [those conceited tales of childish whimsy are usually what fascinates everyone at family gatherings], preferably saying it in tongues.

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@mentat

Go get a job, scumbag!
Oh, this IS probably your job, to spam this site with your
R-I-D-I-C-U-L-O-U-S propaganda.
Cause if u doing it for free, then your a real big loser.

I propose we crown this insect, mentard, as syrpers
spam König!

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There’s room for Mentat here. He’s funny but nowhere near Ziad’s writing skills for sure.

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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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OTOH, some cunning zionists are looking for exactly this kind of justification to attack Iran. It’s an evil game.

“..it would be far more preferable if the United States could cite an Iranian provocation as justification for the airstrikes before launching them. Clearly, the more outrageous, the more deadly, and the more unprovoked the Iranian action, the better off the United States would be. Of course, it would be very difficult for the United States to goad Iran into such a provocation without the rest of the world recognizing this game, which would then undermine it…”

http://journal-neo.org/2015/03/15/global-threat-us-policymakers-admit-iran-is-defending-itself/

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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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Idlib is lost, and no one can deny this and simply claim all the crystal clear rat optics and videos are fake or old etc. I remember Ziad said in January that there are 10 to 20000 loyalist soldiers in the city. Apparently this along with reinforcements and aerial attacks was not enough. So, one single big attack by rats was enough to capture a provincial capital. Compare this to the never ending encirclement of Aleppo. The tide is unfortunately turning against the Syrian government. There is no reversal of events in the South, no big surprise whatever it was… Read more »
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I never thought i would say it one day: but Syria is done, maybe it´s time to think about leaving parts of the country to the snackbarians and only defend Damascus and the Tartus-region. It´s clear that Syria lost the war against the islamists when such a city is lost in such a short time. If the IS and the Nusra unite their forces the whole middle east will be under their rule in a few months!

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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/

Hmm
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Hmm

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.

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