IDLIB: SYRIAN ARMY CAPTURES KAFR NAJD; ONSLAUGHT IN IDLIB CONTINUES

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IDLIB:  The Turk and British lying weasels in Adana can’t believe their eyes and ears as their favorite cannibals are screaming for intervention.  But, who can intervene to save them now?  With Syria’s missile arsenal aimed right at Turkey’s 12 dams on the Euphrates and their Eskandars ready to vaporize the Patriot system provided reluctantly by NATO “allies” – and with so many seasoned officers cashiered by Erdoghan, there just isn’t enough ooomph in the Turk army for any such shenanigans.  Even more interesting is the posture of the Russian Federation with its warships conveniently located off the coast of Tartous.

 

Kafr Najd:  The Syrian Army has now liberated this town after destroying an armored car and killing 16 Nusra/Alqaeda rodents.

 

Nahlayyaa:  (See map)  The Syrian Army destroyed 2 armored vehicles here and has established complete artillery control over it.  While one source in the Syrian media wrote that it was liberated,  Wael in Latakia says “not yet”.

 

Muqbila Village:  The SAA is continuing operations here with the intent of exterminating the rat infestation.  Already, a report has come in of 2 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed.

 

Kooreen:  Continuing operations resulted in another 2 pickups with 23mm cannons destroyed.  About to fall to the SAA.

 

Sirmeen:  The SAAF has destroyed 3 convoys coming out of Turkey loaded with weapons and ammunition for the trapped rats in Idlib.  The destruction was complete with the ordnance exploding and killing almost all rodents traveling with the convoys.

 

Ma’arrat-Massreen:  Another conduit for resupply has been shut down completely as the SAAF is dominating the skies searching for any sign of vans traveling in convoy-pattern.  On Wednesday, in the early hours, the SAAF spotted a supply convoy and strafed it forcing the vehicles off the road and into irrigation ditches.  After that, units of the SAA and PDCs surrounded the trapped rodents and killed them all:

Najdaat Fawwaaz

Muhammad-‘Ali Mansoor

Anwar Deeb Abu-Zayd

‘Abdul-Wahhaab ‘Uthmaan

Sameeh Mahmoud Rushdi

‘Alaa`-Al-Deen Shaakir Farhaat

Mustafaa Hassan Al-Dayri

Faysal Hilaal Al-Shaykh

Muhammad Taalib Al-‘Umari

Many others carried fake Turk papers or other indicia of foreign origin.

 

Syrian Forces Tighten Noose on Militants

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Johny
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SAA takes full control of Nahlaya after KafrNajd in Idlib.. https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/588298147388116993

ziad
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I dont see those on the wikki map?

Canthama
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ziad
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All sounds good ziad !

Canthama
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SAA is rock & rolling, God speed SAA.

Serbia
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Why attacking directly in to Idlib city, I think it is better to attack other parts of Idlib province i heard that rebels dont have enough man power there.

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They are but the city is the most important place in Idlib the SAA must take it back before the rats start digging in When Qmanas is cleared we will see which way the army intends to go

gimli
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Think thats the SAA tactics

ziad
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yeah i been thinking the same too,,they should start knocking down all these towns and factories all around idlib and create a good buffer barrier zone before attempting to take the city otherwise we are back to square one where the rodents will use such surrounding towns to re launch another invasion,,but im sure the army command knows better what needs be done than a bunch of us looking at maps

Anonymous
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All the best to the SAA, keep pushing on these Rats and kill them all!!

Greetings from the Netherlands

Dany the Houthi
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Hey Ziad a entry about the fighting in Yemen could be highly apreciated, Non-Saudi ape versions of the conflict are needed in the English Speaking Web. There is a lot of info from Yemen from the Saudi Ratian perspective. God Speed SAA, you know until the last rat is dead…..

Mentat
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Ziad Abu Fadel on the previous page has just disgustingly endorsed Putin’s gutless UNSC abstention which paves the way for a ‘legal’ and permanent aggression upon and destruction of Yemen by the Saudi/Yanki swinehounds.

And Iran’s treasonous/mad FM Zarif has even called for it to be turned into another ‘success story’ after the Afghan pattern.

It makes me spit!

david
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i actually agree with mentat on the russian capitulation on yemen. very poor and ultimately self defeating. also the s300 should have been delivered to iran before now. all this shit about our ”western partners”. they are not your ”partners” vlad they wish to destroy you.

Anonymous
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Russian diplomacy is outstanding.

Anonymous
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Why would Russia give a crap about Yemen? There are so many other things on their plate right now.

spinworthy
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The S-300 deal is linked to the abstention on Yemen, but not as you imply. Iran knows exactly what the deal is at the UN – it will receive the latest upgrade as a result. Yemen will necessarily be dealt with under the table, to minimize Saudi wrath in Syria. After the Libya bait and switch, the UN has ceased to be the enabling venue for imposing positive action in such circumstances (by any party). All that remains of the UN now are possible negative options. Abstention is one possible negative option that both signals orientation and permits greater latitude… Read more »
Mentat
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What nonsense is this plucked from your rear? Why would the S-300 business be linked to the Yemen vote at all? By whom?

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Give us one reason to belive your medieval ideas of supporting ISIS or Nusra or whatever scum:
Anti civil liberties, anti science, anti human behavior, anti history,unshave, unshowered, no intelectual ideas,the whole world against them, what more to say.
give us one single reason to support ISIS here.

dudleydoright911
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What strategic interest does Russia have in Yemen, and what leverage ultimately do they have to stop this? Syria is a different animal as their naval base is there. If the Saudis want to get their assholes kicked there then sadly , that is their prerogative. I’m more disturbed by Egypt perhaps doing a version 2.0 of their vietnam. In terms of loss of Civilian life, since when has that mattered to you. Given your overt support for the foreign islamists wantonly killing civilians in Syria I would think it is a fine time to grow a conscience. Furthermore, your… Read more »
Hass
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I love the sound of rain, especially when it’s raining Missiles.

Go SAA!

Canthama
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What a mess in Yemen….and it seems KSA is getting deeper and deeper into the mess they created.

TEHRAN (FNA)- Major General Fahd bin Turki bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, a senior commander of the General Staff of Saudi Arabia’s Armed Forces, was killed during a mission in Northwestern Yemen, sources disclosed on Tuesday.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13940125000246

Mentat
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Are you surprised, after the belly-crawling bastard Putin just gifted them a retroactive Chapter VII carte blanche from the UNSC?

Now they can ‘legally’ destroy the country and murder whomsoever they please, forever, at the barbarous Yanki’s pleasure.

That’s the ‘Check Mate’ in this particular game of Persian Checkers, I’m very sorry to say.

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To much fine wines, prostitutes and luxury hotel rooms. Makes men weak. Those Saudis they will be easily defeated in battle. Most of them will not even fight and flight. “Self-control is the chief element in self-respect, and self-respect is the chief element in courage.” – Thucydides These Saudis never in their live learned self control. So they can never ever be courage’s in battle. They can not control their ideas. They can not control their desire for power and wealth. They have the wrong virtues, values, mentality to be brave men in battle. They need others for their own… Read more »
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Too sad they are on the way into the conflict, and wouldn’t stop.
Saudi’s praise money, westerners praise technology – they don’t have a space in their head for a possibility to loose.
I don’t want Yemen to be hurt, but it’s not their choice wether to start battle or not. Only good thing that their opponents will get their nose bleeding.

Mentat
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Are you saying Putin acted correctly by voting to destroy international law and Yemen merely for the pleasure of the Yanki warcriminals?

Anonymous
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““Self-control is the chief element in self-respect, and self-respect is the chief element in courage.””

I beg to differ. Self-respect is the chief element in self-control, and self-control is the chief element in courage. Men control themselves because they respect themselves; not vice versa.

Thucydides
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The first battle everyone has, is with himself.
Self-control over your own ideas. Self-control in thought. So no delusions and admit to yourself you are mistaken many times a day with ideas. I am at least 50 times a day mistaken in what I think. Yet never ever do I meet other humans who think they are mistaken. Because they desire status or authority through their ideas.

So first battle is self-control in ideas.
Then many follow, sexuality, greed, lust for power, in the end you are a Jedi Mater.

The Saudi’s take their religious delusions to serious.

Troll Academy Recall
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Whoever is paying should fire this under-performing troll. It has absolutely no clue how to use logic, even when it sets out to deceive.

Anonymous
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Crocodile tears Mentat.

Juanito perez
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Juanito perez

RELEASE THE DAESH!!!

Juanito perez
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Juanito perez

Like “release the kraken” It was a joke, why so many dislikes

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Russia’s vote against yemen is a shame. Why give the USA, the west and saudi arabia an easy victory in the UN, and make their aggression against a poor helpless nation, legal. There can not be any justification for the russian action. It just shows that they unreliable, and have no principle. As to the S300 missile sale to iran, I still say that I will believe it when I see it. The S300 card that the russians were using to bargain with west, became useless after russians said they will not deliver the missiles. Suddenly, this card is now… Read more »
Thucydides
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I should not tell you this. Maybe the Russian 100 year strategy is to get the USA stuck in all these Arab countries? With long supply lines.

Hannibal
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Long supply lines? LOL.Usa already dominate the seas and oceans and have bases al over the wprld even close to russia.
No supply lines are too lpng

Thucydides
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They have a powerful economy.
It is a long term plan.
50, 100, 250 years plan.
Did you expect fast results?
The Golden Age of the USA. Go play Civilization 3, you get an extra boost in your Golden Age. The USA has been in its Golden Age for sure last decades. It will never ever get as good as it was the last 60 years for the Americans.

Juanito Perez
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Juanito Perez

¿Maybe Russia wants Iran to focus on Syria (so that Iran does the job that russia can’t aford) and not in it’s hegemonic pretentions? Just a thought.

Thucydides
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These players are all defensive.
The USA is on a rampage.
Probably those nuclear weapons threats they have been receiving from various players last 20-30 years. They think they can bully people around. And now they are in the situation of the bully against everyone else.

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Turkey is vulnerable to missiles indeed: http://www.meforum.org/5180/syrian-scud-turk-vulnerability But, Syria prefers a containment strategy so as not to justify foreign direct intervention. This is why Syria’s neighbors *ahem* enemies are entirely unscathed by the conflict raging in Syria that they are fueling with arms, ammunition, men, intelligence, political support, and money. Many of the policies of the government perhaps infuriate the average Syrian for seeming to not defend the country, but no one knows what they see from their vantage point. These enemies are solving their unemployment problems to preserve their own regimes by sending their citizens’ children off to die.… Read more »
God Protects the Syrian Army!
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Don’t worry about Yemen. The patriotic forces are inflicting heavy casualties on the Saudis and their merc allies.

God Protects the Syrian Army!

God Protects the Syrian Army!
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The Russian abstention does not stop the patriotic forces in Yemen from obtaining weapons. The region is awash with weapons which makes it very difficult to control and shut off.The patriotic forces will continue to resist while the Saudis and their merc allies continue to bleed.

God Protect the Syrian Army!

Thucydides
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Thucydides

Brave men will protect it! We will need more brave men for the Syrian army!

Anonymous
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Does Saudi wahhabis give a ***t about UN ? Russia has lots of their own problems (like the zionazi Ukraine and the US economic war on Russia). Furthermore, why aren´t arabs&muslims helping their brothers in Yemen instead of killing them ? Russia is, after all, not a world empire anymore.

Thucydides
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What is that kind of a question?
What do these Saudi’s do all year round?
What kind of mentality do they have?
We call them “criminals in soup dresses” in my country. Already for many decades.
How do they treat their prisoners, animals, Asian servants, black people?
They are scum of the earth. So what do you expect from thugs?

spinworthy
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spinworthy

Hey Mantwat, where do you pull your wisdom from?

Russia announces release of S-300 less than two weeks after KSA starts bombing Yemen. Is that a coincidence? Perhaps, but these things seldom are.
Israel, USA, KSa and the other Gulf cretins go apeshit.
Following this Russia makes diplomatic statements directed at the cry babies that they have nothing to fear from the transfer.
Iran as you indicate, seemingly go all soft vis a vis Yemen.
Russia abstains at UN.
USA, Israel and KSA et al, suddenly fall silent on the S-300 transfer.

Go back to troll school you useless twat.

Mentat
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A whimsical fantasy construct unsupported by any thread to reality.

You fail to explain why and by whom Russia would feel compelled to trade its UNSC veto on Yemen in exchange for being ‘allowed’ to conduct a perfectly legal arms trade with Iran.

Look, if you really need to concoct ludicrous fairy-tales to get you through the dark night, please, be my guest. But, if you want to discuss politics, then at least try to be serious and provide links to your references. Thanks.

spinworthy
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All of the statements I listed relate to factual information available from several media sources. I’ve even listed your gripe about Iran making diplomatic overtures vis a vis the Yemen issue.
What’s your point, that I’ve not provided you with a memo from Moscow stating why they abstained? Keep waiting, use you brain in the interim if you have one.
Keep dreaming about your Russian sellout on Syria, or whomever. What makes your hypothesis, the truth assclown?

Thucydides
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Do not send him back to school. He is all fine like he is now.
I saw a 2 hours documentary about old homosexuals in Israel that were paying young Israeli boys for sexual favors. So much fun. We should all stimulate homosexuality with Jewish men inside Israel.

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