ISIS IMPLODING UNDER WEIGHT OF SYRIAN ARMY PRESSURE; GAS FIELD 101 IN HOMS CLEANSED; OBAMA’S TERRORISTS RUNNING FOR COVER

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We have called ISIS a “flash-in-the-pan” and we stand by what we write.  In battle after battle, ISIS is proving itself to be a seriously defective military phenomenon.  Let’s look carefully at how it is playing its last cards.  We can start by asserting, with no hesitation, that the number of ISIS terrorists is going down drastically even though the propaganda-inflated western media continues to spout its nonsense in harmony with Obama’s insane plans to establish a legal basis to keep American troops inside Iraq.  At SyrPer, we know exactly why and for whose benefit.

1. ISIS TERRORISTS ARE DWINDLING:

The media in the west has been fulminating with news about ISIS conscripting young men to fill its ranks.  More than that, there are credible reports that ISIS is also training adolescent boys and girls in the fine art of suicide bombing.  ISIS is also trying, with little success, to recruit converts to its kind of heresy within the perceived wider frontiers of the Islamic religion.  Kidnapping Assyrians, Yazidis, Chaldeans and Kurds, all indicate a desire to fatten up their numbers with newly converted minorities.  Of course, those who do not accept the farcical Wahhabist interpretation of Islamic teachings are executed – hence the awful news which constantly filters out.

More information is being revealed in both the East and West about the true anarchic nature of ISIS.  While fanatical and heretical clergymen might continue to encourage young people at their mosques to go and join ISIS, equally disillusioning news is coming out from journalists who claim to have been tolerated by ISIS and those lucky individuals who have managed to safely escape its clutches only to expose the movement for what it really is: a movement motivated by the lowest form of nihilism.  One Pakistani young man who was inspired by dreams of building a Caliphate went to Iraq via Turkey and, after joining ISIS, found out he would be responsible for cleaning toilets.

Even the “Sex Jihad” is now a dying fad.  Notwithstanding some self-flagellating British hogwash about how 3 young women escaped to Turkey, under the eyes and noses of British security,  in order to join up with ISIS and, to satisfy a hormonal fantasy common in teen-age years, to become the beaming veiled bride of some malodorous savage brute, the fact is many Muslim families are watching their daughters carefully and using governmental institutions to convince their errant daughters to return.  Some have actually traveled to Syria to extract their children from the claws of ISIS.  Many of the girls have also been killed by sociopaths within the ISIS movement.  News of these atrocities cannot be a source of encouragement for sex-starved Muslim teenagers.  Death appears to be too kinky for them.

Conventional armies differ from highly-mobile insurgent groups like ISIS.  The Syrian Army is a huge institution now over 500,000 troops (including militias).  But, that does not mean that there are a half-million combat troops available. Anyone who has served in the military will tell you that most personnel are involved in background support and logistics.  Moreover, Syria has an air defense system requiring tens of thousands of technicians.  The same is true of its strategic missile regiments and coastal defense forces.  It is fair to say that the SAA fields around 70,000 ground combat troops.

With ISIS, given its low-grade training and combat configurations, this group can field a greater percentage of combat forces.  However, their performance has been anything but sterling.  The British terrorism enablers in Turkey liked, from the beginning, the Jihadists because they were so willing to die in concluding a military operation.  The Brits get orgasms whenever they can send a dark person to his death for the sake of the Union Jack – it’s almost like opium to them.  But, if the truth be told, the fanatical elements of the insurgency have proven to be inept and disorganized – a quality not lost on the former head of the so-called Free Syrian Army, former general and supreme traitor/deserter, Saleem Idrees.

The attrition rate for ISIS has been underreported by the media.  They lost hundreds of rodents every day to both the Syrian Army, the Iraq Army, Kurdish militias like the pesh mergha and PKK and, to some minor extent, the United States air campaign.  (Interesting to note how the U.S. and Britain also supply ISIS with weapons, ammo and food.) The ISIS movement has not been able to compensate for its losses except by forced conscription and withdrawal to areas it believes it must defend as an existential matter.

 

2.  ISIS MONEY IS DWINDLING ALSO:

Regardless of whether Saudi Arabia’s new king is now stanching the flow of money to ISIS or not, there are Saudi monkeys in his family who are still pumping cash to the terrorist organizations in both Iraq and Syria. These people are impelled by an irrational animus to Shi’is and Shi’i Iran.  Be that as it may, the money is apparently flowing at a far lower rate.  We know this from credible reports coming out of Al-Raqqa where cuts in salaries are becoming increasingly common.  An ISIS rat terrorist today receives only 1/4 of his monthly salary when he first joined up in 2013.  This must be due to belt-tightening occasioned by a constriction in the coffers. (Please read Thierry Meyssan’s article highlighted below.)

When ISIS voraciously seeks to fatten its reserves by stealing every historical artifact it can and selling it to unscrupulous Turks and Englishmen, you know it has reached the very bottom.  In its first burst on the scene, ISIS was known to concentrate its financial focus on oil and gas which it sold in large quantities to Turkish middlemen who turned a neat profit by selling the product to European customers who obviously were encouraged to buy up such commodities as a way to hurt the Assad government.

But, today, Europe has changed its direction radically.  With ISIS having supposedly beheaded journalists in well-filmed documentary fashion; immolated Jordanian and Kurdish prisoners in cages of fire; thrown homosexuals down from walls, and then, if they survived, bludgeoning them to death in front of cameras; killing children of infidels; raping minority women; and all this being done in conformity with a book written by one of ISIS’s most prominent shamans titled: “The Management of Savagery”. (ادارة التوحش)  Inasmuch as Europeans share a history of unspeakable brutality themselves with ISIS, having murdered millions of Jews, Huguenots, New World peoples, blacks and so many other unfortunates, the Europeans of today are contrite and want to disavow any such history.  Heck, it wasn’t that long ago when the British would disembowel a person, castrate him, then, tie his limbs to four horses and tear him into as many pieces.  It was called “hanging-drawing-and quartering”.  Anyways, the Europeans have decided to stop importing oil from ISIS.

In addition to this, Syrian oil fields are not particularly productive. Because the oil is deep underground, there is a technology required to pump it out which is not available to ISIS.  In fact, most of the oil stolen from Syria by ISIS was taken from strategic reserves, i.e. oil that was already pumped and stored in reservoirs which ISIS simply had to bleed and take away in tanker trucks provided by Erdoghan & Co.  No more.

 

3.  THE ROLE OF ALLAH IN THE ISIS PROGRAM IS ALSO DWINDLING

I personally loathe Saladdin.  Here is the monumental statue built for him by President Hafizh Al-Assad of Syria.  He was a Kurd who wanted to study religion until fate intervened. 

 

It must be depressing to march across Europe, (Deus le Veult!); descend upon Constantinople (Constantinopolitana Civitas Diu Profana!);  establish your kingdom of slaughter in Syria (Advocatus Sancti Sepulchri); AND, then, find out that God isn’t all that keen about your behavior.  Imagine how the Crusaders must have felt when weasely Saladin started lopping off their heads after the battle at the Horns of Hatteen near Lake Tiberias in response to Reynard De Chatillon’s rape of the Muslim king’s sister.  How it must have felt to be on the run as the Mameluke armies of Rukneddeen Baybars Al-Bunduqdaari started marching up the coast of Palestine looking for any die-hard crusader to kill.  That’s why he was called the “Vanquisher King”.  But, it must give you pause to wonder why it is you thought God was on your side in the first place.  Right, mate? (Cockney or Aussie accent)  

I think many rodents in ISIS are wondering why their Caliphate is starting to shrink.  Why are they always involved in killing other Jihadists who think the Caliph of Kaka is a degenerate?  Where does it say in the Qur’an that you can burn people to death?  Why does a Jihadist have to clean toilets?  How is it that a holy book which tells you to respect Christians, allows you to rape Christian women or burn them to death?  All these thoughts are going through the minds of some Jihadists who are internalizing their doubts about the cause which originally drew them to the volcanic deserts of Syria.  Morale is down within the ranks of ISIS.  It must be.  The deserters executed by the group is evidence of that.

They are being picked off in Al-Raqqa by loyal Syrians.  There are no big parades any more.  Even Sunnis in Iraq are joining with Shi’is to kill every one of them.  They have started charging royalty fees at truck crossings. That cannot be encouraging news for Jihadist savages.

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HOMS:  THE SYRIAN ARMY HAS LIBERATED GAS FIELD 101 IN AL-SUKHNA

 

Al-Sukhna:  It is official.  The Syrian Army has completely eradicated the ISIS presence in Al-Sukhna and in the Gas Field 101 West.  The rats did not even try to put up a fight when they saw a pod of T-72 tanks coming after them.  They merely got in their vans and trucks and sped off to Al-Raqqa.  But, the SAAF had a different idea about their escape.  As they did their best to split up and deviate from the road, the Hind helicopters which pursued them fired many volleys of missiles and machine gun rounds at them.  Word from Damascus is that all vehicles were burning as of 3:00 a.m. DST.

 

Umm Sahreej:  The SAA attacked ISIS and killed or wounded 12 rodents.

 

Unq Al-Hawaa:  A large number of ISIS terrorists were sent to Hell yesterday at night.  No other details.

 

الجيش السوري يستهدف مواقع المسلحين بريف دمشق

Al-Wa’er at Al-Khuraab Street and Raakaan Heights:  The SAA killed 5 Nusra rats belonging to Kataa`ib Al-Faarooq at the traffic signal on Kawaakibi Street:

Shibli Muhammad Zhareef

Mu’tassim Hassan Al-Mansoor

The other 3 could not be identified

 

Hawsh Al-Daghli:  A truck loaded with ugly rats was set on fire by an RPG fired by a stalwart PDC fighter.  No names available or details.

 

Rajm Al-Qassr in the area of Umm Jaami’ and Hudayda:  An attack by rats on a SAA outpost was repelled.

 

Tallat Mas’ada:  A bulldozer was destroyed as it was building a fortification.  The driver was injured.

 

Ruhoom:  A large number of ISIS vultures were killed or wounded yesterday by SAAF strafing.

 

More fighting reported here:  Al-Makramiyya Village, North Al-Ashrafiyya, Al-Duwayba, Lower Al-Rastan and Tallat Al-Rastan, Abu Liyya, Jabal Al-Kinn, Al-Zaara at the railroad tracks,

 

Al-Sa’in:   SAA wiped out whole nests belonging to these groups: Faylaq Homs, Harakat Ahraar Al-Shaam Al-Islaamiyya, Nusra/Alqaeda, Liwaa` Khaalid Ibn Al-Waleed, Kataa`ib Al-Faarooq.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Fine article from Voltairenet’s Meyssan about how the U.S. is beginning to see the light:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article186957.html


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JackFTrolls
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Beautiful. ISIS is also being battered in Mosul, which is a good thing. However the main enemy has never been ISIS, but the US itself, and Turkey.
It will take some very clever bargaining to get along with at last ONE of those two, because one will be enough… and that ideally before the madwoman reigns in the Wild West.

Hate to admit
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Hate to admit

Mad woman the Zombie is the Aunt of Mentard, She is coming to hunt witch to swarm upon…

JackFTrolls
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This is about Obama’s final priority – toppling Putin, which again is connected straight to toppling Assad. It’s become an obsession by now, and it means giving ISIS, that spoilt, renegade imperial brat, a wide berth.
The “action in Kobane and now Mosul must have irritated ISIS (what did we do to deserve this, da?), but they have by now learned that they’re just meant to attack the RIGHT people.

http://www.globalresearch.ca/weapons-for-the-islamic-state-isis-weapons-and-sanctions-against-russia-obama-prioritizes-weakening-russia-over-weakening-isis/5434466

Mark Doerfleer
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I heard that the toyota trucks came in from Israel where they were modified. Someone has the shipping info off a serial number from one truck.
With the north front winding down, the SAA will focus on the south. My question is do you think Turkey will invade right after the south is secured?

teevee
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Mark I promise you Turkey will not invade anybody anywhere, unless they have blessing from Iran and Syria. I’ve written here before about the vulnerability of Turkey. Erdoghan has almost rendered Turkey as a defenseless nation. The only reason he pushes as hard as his allowed to, against the Syrian government is because he knows once this war is over, his crimes will not be forgiven by Syria, and it is a matter of time that his stupidity will come to bite him in the ass. Turkey needs a hot war with the resistance like he needs a hole in… Read more »
Mark Doerfleer
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Either way, it would change things of some truck numbers might be photographed and researched.
The trucks are the trail to the funding.

memadmax
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During the last days of Germany’s World War 2, the mighty German Wehrmacht was a shadow of it’s glorious self, which was down to using OLD MEN AND BOYS to fight in the futile attempt to defend Berlin…

Sound familiar?

Mentat
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It is fair to say that the SAA fields around 70,000 ground combat troops” … though no source or basis for this figure is cited, it’s starting to sound a bit more realistic than Ziad’s usual bluster.

Anonymous
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To Mental

It amuses me that you discount what Ziad and others post here , without ever posting a verifiable source for your rebuttal.

Mentat
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Mentat

Little amuses the innocent, so they say!

wahhabi-salafi slayer
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Men-twat why do you slap yourself with a stupid stick??? Why? Why? Why? Jesus man you are retarded. My contentions are that you were probably forced to suckle on the breasts of a mother who was doing her sexual jihdist duty to serve some filthy salafist Qatari hyena or wahhabi Saudi ape. Either way the stupidity has been absorb from her milk into your bloodstream. Now piss off…

richard sanchez
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You need to be more respectful to the author and creator of this website, ZIAD. Here’s why; being disrespectful or criticizing the author makes you look like a drunkard because your the one gravitating to his website frequently. It’s like telling a girl you can’t stop visiting, “how ugly she is” again and again, its self-demoting. I disagree with Ziad on a lot of issues but love the educated culture he fosters that brings critical thinkers such as yourself and others to this site. I have a questions for you? You already stated your Anti-Nato, Anti-Oilgarchy Anti-USA and pro IS… Read more »
Mentat
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I disagree: there’s no need to feign more respect for Ziad than he has actually earned, which is in my estimation minimal. My critique is in any case not ad hominem but rather directed towards the execrable quality of his alleged analysis, a.k.a. amateur propaganda output, which I think does a net disservice to his tormented Patria by passing the war off as a joke while he sticks his head in the sand, or indeed a bucket of Martini, regarding the military and political realities. The only serious content is now found in the comments, fanboy noise outfiltered, which makes… Read more »
richard sanchez
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“I am a Socialist with a pronounced streak for self-defense”, I’m having trouble trying to understand what that means? Sounds like a common European view with a belief in the individual sovereignty of nations while disliking intrusive international coalitions. Is that about right?

Last question, do you have an agenda or an idea you feel the world should be going in or are you just having fun online making comments etc?

Your writing does matter and influences those that read it, does it have an endpoint?

Mentat
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It means I believe in individual sovereignty first, which is the basis of any other collective one, not necessarily nation-based.

My dislike, or better, contempt, is for any intruder who tramples on rights he claims for himself on home turf, i.e. hypocrites, whether institutional or individual.

While I have always loved my work it’s not just for fun, but ultimately aimed to building resistance, mental resilience and the triumph of the revolution to save humanity from its own worst impulses.

The Shark
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Seems that Netanyahu is afraid from Iran and he is licking his master’s boot(USA) and also he is speaking for Islam,that dog……

gamejoe
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I can understand that. Iran will be an empire from Iran to Lebanon and Yemen (including Iraq and Syria).

teevee
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Joe Iran doesn’t want an Empire, Iran wants secure borders and free trade with her neighbors. I know some here are not going to be happy about this, but Khomaini set Iran’s foreign policy 35 years ago, when he said the road to heaven goes thru AlAqsa. Iran wants to defeat Israel.

Hannibal
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I loath Salaheddine too. His image was glorified by muslim historians who wanted to find a muslim hero. In fact he is nothing but adegenerate murderer.
As to the ‘islamic ideology’ that glorifies murder,rape torture and enslavement, you wll find it in the teachings and fatwas of Ibn Taymieh, the granddaddy of wahabism and salafism

Shinaydeen
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Ziad, That is a very erudite and entertaining analysis of the developing implosion of Isis. It is also quite accurate I would think. I read a report recently (can’t remember the exact source) from US military or Intel sources which said that Isis lost about 3,000 fighters in Kobane. Taking into account the numbers wounded, they must have suffered something close to 10,000 casualties. I would imagine that the figure for Deir Ezzor is fairly similar since early September 2014 to date. These numbers mean that Isis’ positions are simply not sustainable, anywhere. They are about to be wiped out… Read more »
Shinaydeen
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“Al-Sukhna: It is official. The Syrian Army has completely eradicated the ISIS presence in Al-Sukhna and in the Gas Field 101 West.”

That is really excellent news. I understand that there is still some Isis presence in the Al-Shaaer area but the bulk of their forces have abandoned the battlefield and what remains is being degraded rapidly.

Does this mean that the SAA can declare victory and security in central Syria? Probably but still less than 100%; if anyone has better, contrary information, I would like to hear it.

Canthama
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I believe it is going to happen sooner than latter, but not yet though. There are few dozens of villages in NE Homs that are still under ISIS, though there is no serious campaign to clear this area, just village to village skirmishes, in my view a serious planned campaign would wipe clean ISIS from NE Homs, in a month or so, similar to the collapse of NE Hasaka for ISIS where it lost over 50-60 villages in a week, or even Kobane canton, over 100 villages lost by ISIS in a month. Sometimes I wished the Syrian military high… Read more »
Nini
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ISIS is getting fuck in the ASS in Iraq ans Syria .

I wonder whether they are feeling the Heating.

Hannibal
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The americans are very unhappy with the iraqis for attacking Tikrit. They ( americans ) are saying that the attack is sectarian shia against sunnis American planes have not attacked IS in Tikrit in week. The iraqi attack with the help of iran, ruined US, saudi and turkish plan to field ‘ islamic’ ground troops to fight IS. Isn’t it amazing that after 8 months of aerial bombardment, the US have not destoyed the IS command and control . The IS is still able to control and move troops from lebanon to iraq? The US destroyed Saddam’s command and control… Read more »
tommytcg
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Didn’t the yanks advise Iraq not to attack Tikrit til June/July to give time for yanks to train-up the Iraqi army? Looks like after the Iraqis confirmed the US/Brit airdrops to IS, they woke up the smell.

Anonymous
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Very imporant read!!!

Syrian war coming to end says French intellectual Thierry Maysoun:

http://www.voltairenet.org/article186957.html

Alex in North Carolina
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Thierry Meyscan’s article was very encouraging and made good sense. I for one am very concerned about the effect of Bibi’s speech today in Washington. It is being heralded as the greatest speech ever delivered to Congress by a foreign head of government including Winston Churchill.. An understanding with Iran may no longer be possible if Congress falls under Bibi’s spell and do not support an accord with Iran..

Canthama
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Canthama

Ziad, excellent piece, it is all coming into place, soon ISIS will be history.

Alex
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I hope you are right. With 3.2 million Syrians living out of the country and over 6 million more displaced within Syria this cannot go on much longer and leave Syria even remotely intact. This is half the population my G-d!

Betty
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Important Read!!!!
U.S. has not agreed to Turkey’s demands:

http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-03-03/turkey-still-won-t-fight-islamic-state

CHEVI789
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I’ve just come to a conclusion after reading the link, anyone else notice how the “moderates” are always being slaughtered, now this is just a thought, but the moderates come in through turkey, the turks know where and when they will be doing whatever, they tell their ISIS rodents and WHAM!, ISIS somehow always comes out as the winner (except against the SAA and allies).

dudleydoright911
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Regarding the oil revenues ( or lack thereof ) for ISIS. I work in the pipeline and facility industry and I said from day one, any idea that ISIS would keep production running at moderate levels much less anything near full production is and always has been pure fantasy. As you rightly say Zaid, this is essentially wildcat smuggling. There are challenges to keeping oil flowing at the best of times, with an operations team in place. When you have a bunch of what would be the arab equivalent to slack jawed yokels trying to run such facilities in a… Read more »
desaline
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Be convinced the kraken will never stop fingering with its tentacles new proxy wars and terror as long as the satanic monster has one tentacle left for money printing. Everybody should know how the money master think to foresee the big war. In reality it is a war poor against rich, which will be won by the tiny minority of the richest. (Warren Buffet) One of the typical maxims the born scandalist race always try to choose their way: ” When you can’t solve a problem create a bigger one.” That means nothing else than a big war from now… Read more »
Saladin
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Nice sentiments, Desaline, suggestive of Nostradamus.

Saladin
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More great news. ISIS cannot have a long shelf life; having been created out of the CIA-MOSSAD lavatories, it is a test tube baby with a diseased immune system and ensouled by a demented golem. The notion that these maniacs, who are too intellectually and ethically challenged to operate a car wash or fast food taco shack, could successfully administer a nation-state is one of the greatest absurdities in world history. As Ziad has often maintained, they are truly a flash in the pan, and the pan is already melting.

pop
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Isi-Linsky a still birth gotten lost in sand.

Eine Totgeburt die sich im Sande verlaufen hat. (German saying)

Strange to see how the MSM frantically inflate
the perforated ISIS Chimera balloon figure.

Sayour
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Sayour

Does the US deserve at least a “cap tip” for bombing ISIS in Kobane?

Anonymous
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Sayour: bombing vacant buildings and abandoned vehicles? then dropping weapons and supplies to ISIS? US deserves leather goods: a belt in the mouth, and a boot up the ass.

radioyaran
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With regards to Netanyahus lies about the Iranian “nuclear threat” a Stanford Professor cites my brother (SocialInform):
https://nuclearrisk.wordpress.com/2015/02/28/rouhani-cabinet-has-more-us-phds-than-obamas/

Flanders
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Unconfirmed Sources: #YPG withdrew from #TalBrak and the SAA now holding the town. Deal between SAA and YPG?

Seems SAA is about to open the road between Hasakah and Qamishli.

Several sources indicated IS withdraw troops from all fronts who are heading towards Tikrit and Mosul to hold back Iraqi army coming after them 30k strong.

IS should only have 2000 fighters in Mosul.

radioyaran
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Enjoy:
Yes, it´s true: Iran has no nuclear weapons and there are not even indications that Iran plans to build a bomb. This is not a mere claim by “naive” people who turn a blind eye on obvious truths but an assertion based on solid facts provided by the best people qualified to judge the situation and make statements: The “National Intelligence Estimate” (NIE), the creme de la creme of the American intelligence community…
http://radioyaran.com/2015/03/03/netanyahus-nonsensical-speech-to-the-us-congress/

teevee
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Radio, when you have the indigenous technology to mine Uranium and concentrate it to a point to make a core for a nuclear device then you have a nuclear bomb.
The decision not to follow through to that point is a political choice. My point being that Iran for all practical reasons has achieved a nuclear deterrence. Thus the negotiations and deal making. As Obama said you cannot bomb the knowledge of the scientists. Iran knows that today having a bomb is more of a liability than an asset.

Nobilitatis
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Having the bomb decides all. As in Ukraine. You have the bomb (North Korea) – nobody touches you. You give your bomb away – you massively lose against any capable opponent. The same goes for Iran.

Cataro
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One thing is that the American Congress invite him to speak and another to receive applause and standing ovations …. Satanyahu for American president ?

hblinken
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One of the by products of Nuclear Processing is the residue left which is used to make Depleted Uranium, the DU armaments the ZNATO uses to devastate Muslim countries. Imagine Iran being able to manufacture these weapons and them landing in Israel.

Montaser
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Americans! it is “Cock sucking time”.
All of you.. Get on your knees for the annual Israeli cock sucking ritual.
Enjoy! num num num numnum…

I said hallelujah!
http://youtu.be/ZuwWvPGul3o?t=30s

CHEVI789
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Keep the language down, there are women who visit this forum.

Saladin
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Saladin

Vulgarity (pornography?) diminishes one’s ability to get a point across. Try regular English; it will also improve your mind.

Sayour
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Sayour

Re:Mosul: 2,000 ISIS fighters need to leave this planet.

pop
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This is always the biggest joke.
We have no nuke, not one nuke.
We never want one single nuke, no no no.
We only have already hundreds of them,
thats the fact and EMP and Mini-nukes.

Why the landrobber-chief and all his
colleagues have stained pants already?

A country far ahead technologically of
countries having nukes already long ago
like N-Korea, Pakistan.
A country with hundred thousands of
ultra modern own developed enrichment
facilities has no nuke, no no no.

So stupid.

Anonymous
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What are the Kurds doing?!

Mentat
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On Tuesday afternoons, Yoga.

teevee
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hahaha for once you did good.

Cataro
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I laughed, certainly Mentat is smart

sam j haim
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Anonymous
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpWygp7rPoU&sns=em

Does anyone know the name of this song?

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Liked this music video a lot, thanks anon.

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Assad accuses Turkish Erdogan of supporting extremist groups http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/03/c_134034698.htm DAMASCUS, March 3 (Xinhua) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Tuesday accused Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of supporting extremist groups in Syria, the state-run SANA news agency reported. Assad charged that Erdogan undertakes “destructive polices that don’t serve the peoples” and supports the “takfiri, extremist powers to please his masters and to implement their schemes,” the report said. The remarks by Assad were made during his meeting with a number of visiting Turkish politicians from Turkish opposition parties. Meanwhile, Assad said fighting terrorism could not only be done by fighting… Read more »
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Syria agrees on sending UN mission to Aleppo for ground check http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-03/01/c_134027112.htm DAMASCUS, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) — Syria’s Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem on Saturday agreed with the visiting UN envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura on sending a UN mission to the country’s northern city of Aleppo, state news agency SANA reported. Al-Moallem and de Mistrua met in the capital Damascus late on Saturday, during which both sides agreed on sending a mission from de Mistura’s office in Damascus to Aleppo to “inspect the situation there.” On Feb. 20, Syrian rebels captured 32 soldiers and pro-government gunmen near Aleppo, where… Read more »
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It’s great to have Syrian Perspective back again. It has been inaccessible for more than a week where I am in the UK. Obviously it has been accessible elsewhere judging by the posts by Ziad and the comments which have suddenly become available today. Greatly missed your excellent reporting. I hope peace will soon return and the people of Syria can make unhindered progress towards restoring their wonderful country.

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Try a proxy server dude, a bit slower but you can connect to the website.

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Thank you. I’ll remember for next time.

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In “Unprecedented Move” Nobel Peace Prize Chairman Demoted For Decision To Give Obama 2009 Award

http://www.zerohedge.com/node/502781

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Best of Times or Worst of Times? http://buchanan.org/blog/best-of-times-or-worst-of-times-15688 Last week, John Kerry seemed to be auditioning for the role of Dr. Pangloss. Despite jihadi violence across the Middle East and ISIS terror in Iraq and Syria, Kerry told Congress, we live in “a period of less daily threat to Americans and to people in the world than normally — less deaths, less violent deaths today than through the last century.” Director of National Intelligence James Clapper appeared to undercut Kerry the next day when he testified, “When the final accounting is done, 2014 will have been the most lethal year… Read more »
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Anon interesting comparison, but if the the USA abdicates her sovereignty to the likes of Israeli far right then all bets are off. With west on the edge in eastern Europe, the oily money being pumped in to death squads and one sided dominance of the industrial war machine on the rise. As the old saying goes the old lady has even started singing yet.

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GOP Platform: War Without End http://buchanan.org/blog/gop-platform-war-without-end-15674 If the sadists of ISIS are seeking — with their mass executions, child rapes, immolations, and beheadings of Christians — to stampede us into a new war in the Middle East, they are succeeding. Repeatedly snapping the blood-red cape of terrorist atrocities in our faces has the Yankee bull snorting, pawing the ground, ready to charge again. “Nearly three-quarters of Republicans now favor sending ground troops into combat against the Islamic State,” says a CBS News poll. The poll was cited in a New York Times story about how the voice of the hawk… Read more »
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“would put Bibi in the history books as the Israeli Churchill.”

So, he would be remembered as a drunk and a drug-addicted war criminal who destroyed some of the most ancient cities of his region by terror bombings ? Not a bad analogy, come to think of it..

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After Reading your gargle for long minutes, I do wonder what’s your point. Could you try again in a brief summary of say just a couple of sentences? Just your thoughts not others opinions.

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Build up from Syria’s 4th Division, NDF and militias north/NW of Hama, it seems a new push is coming to clear the Al Lataminah, Kfar Zita and maybe the big push toward Khan Shaykhun in souhtern Idlib.

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/573059752302923776

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/573060039809748992/photo/1

https://twitter.com/ivansidorenko1

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In the southern front, the SAA and allies continue the strategy of advance-consolidate-resupply-advance, very paced strategy, though it takes more time to reach a blitzkrieg like front, it is solid progress. Last night there was fierce fight for the town of Al Mal, this is a critical fight that can break the long standing (2 months old) of rats in Masharah. Should the 9th armored division manages to break Nusrat defenses in Al Mal, then it will be a domino liberation in Al Tayhah, Tall Al Mal, Mashrah and Aqrabah, then the liberation of Harra and the most strategic point… Read more »
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Canthama two points of interest for you .1 fighting now reported at tel huran south of kfar nasij .2 the saa and hizbolla said today the offensive will continue until the whole Syrian border with Israel is under there control so we can expect a long offensive

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DaGenerallion, this is good news, it confirms Kfar Nasij is totally surrounded. My thought on the southern front is the same now as in all current or future conflicts in the several ME fronts in countries not alliened to the Coalition of the killing (Syria, Lebanon, Iraq and Yemen), for me Iran decided to step up its presence since mid last year, it seems it was and is related to the backstage negotiations on the nuclear talks, I tend to believe the Iranian strategy was and is to gain time, knowing the US and NATO are not negotiating in good… Read more »
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Excellent analysis Canthama. I agree completely. I share your curiousity in regards to Iran’s backstage talks with kurdish groups. I believe they have already agreed on the “day after ISIS’s collapse” chessboard layout for the region.

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A reported 8,000 saa troops massing in north hama now! looks like new offensive to begin soon

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The Syrian border with Israel is the Golan hights. It is NOT the truce line. Golan, Gaza, West Jordan, East Jerusalem – it is occupied territory as once Sinai was. It is NOT Israel.

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I’ve chatted with a lot of IS fighters fighting in Syria via twitter and up until he started bombing them they thought he was a Muslim extremist like themselves. They even hinted they thought he would join them after his presidency, common IS sentiment online. Look at these numbers, during the 2003 invasion of Iraq US coalition was hitting Saddam with 1000 sorties a day, Boom. Currently the small Syrian air force is hitting the Sunni Islamists fighting it with 50-125 sorties a day. Get this; the US with its massive air force is pulverizing IS with 800 strikes a… Read more »
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The show your currently watching at the white house with Netenyahu giving a speech to the US congress about a deal US and Iran are about to make is a total charade, 100% tom foolery, and complete BS. Even Iran is falling into the trap thinking its a leading the resistance against evil Zionism by building a nuclear weapon to counter Israels but is in fact unknowingly falling into another horrific Zionist design. The truth is Zionists are pushing Obama to make this strange agreement with Iran in order for Iran to actually make a nuclear weapon! Not stop them!… Read more »
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