ALQAEDA MASSACRED IN BUSRAA AL-SHAAM BY SYRIAN ARMY; 100+ RATS KILLED; MAJOR SETBACK FOR U.S. TERRORIST SUPPORTERS IN JORDAN

الجيش السوري

 

DER’AH:  The new tactics are working elegantly.  Intercepted rodent communications indicate a full awareness of the adaptation of the Syrian Army to a recently  introduced style of warfare which imitates Hizbollah’s own methods as used successfully in South Lebanon during July of 2006 when the Lebanese Resistance ground Zionist Army vermin into the ground using lightning speed, knowledge of terrain and specific weaponry designed for that particular battle.

The Syrian Army’s high command took note of this phenomenon in Lebanon and directed officers to train their men in tactics like this.  It was well known that the Syrian General Staff played with the idea of using Hizbollah’s methods as a standard for any new combat with the Zionist Settler State.  As time wore on, the largely old fashioned officer corps in the SAA, slipped back into traditional Soviet-style fighting with heavy use of tanks, BMPs, Shilkas and fixed artillery.  That may be a thing of the past.  Events in Idlib, Al-Tha’lah and now, Busraa Al-Shaam, have shown that the acquisition of data, precise use of air power, off-site direction of artillery and missiles, and the injection of infantry flanked by units prowling for rodents using TOWs, MANPADs, Hell Cannons and the like produce far better results than what can be gathered from some burned out T-72 tanks.

BUSRAA AL-SHAAM:  On Tuesday, at 4:00 a.m. Damascus time,  Syrian Army platoons moved stealthily into the southern area of Busraa Al-Shaam.  Other SF and ranger groups had already preceded them to positions allowing the special operations groups to snipe-out perimeter guards and TOW, RPG or Kornet operators.  All specialized units were equipped with night-vision goggles.  The Syrian Air Force was ordered to begin strafing identified fortifications built by the Nusra/Al-Qaeda rats which caused some panic in the group.  Of course, it appeared they didn’t know a huge field operation was about to begin which did not include the usually noisy tanks.  The orders to the army were quite simply to kill as many rodents as possible without committing to holding territory – that would come at a later date. The idea here was to test rat defenses and reduce their ability to deploy rodents and weapons systems.  According to Monzer, the operation went off even better than expected as deranged scavengers, dizzied by SAAF strafing, lost their bearings and fell into a maelstrom of firepower from the SAA as soldiers poured over revetments killing every slimy rodent they could see.

 

 

Look carefully at the map.  Monzer tells us that the SAA shocked the rodent defenders by not using roads.  Since we had non-mechanized infantry, they traversed unorthodox pathways into the city without stirring much interest.  It was an amazing ruse.  Now, rats will have to take into consideration frontal assaults by the SAA distant from established routes.  Monzer also told me that the soldiers were ordered not to damage infrastructure or the magnificent Roman structures which attract millions of tourists to this site.

 

مقتل 100 إرهابي بعملية خاطفة للجيش في مدينة بصرى الشام بدرعا

The assessments made during the action are highly accurate as SAA soldiers reported their kills regularly to their unit commanders.  At the close of the battle, the SAA had killed 117 rats belonging to Alqaeda.  There may be more as wounded vermin succumb to the questionable medical skills of their shamans and quacks.  However, this is a major battle which heralds the introduction of a new form of warfare the terrorist rats and their American, British, French, Zionist, Saudi, Jordanian and Qatari enablers are not prepared to handle. Das Ende.

 

Umm Walad:  The SAA continues operations here to comb and clean the area.  Rat sympathizers admitted to losing this excrement today:

Ahmad ‘Aadel Al-Ghabaaghibi

‘Abdullah ‘Abduh Al-Teebaawi

Muneer Ismaa’eel ‘Ayyaash

Muhammad Sameeh Saamih Al-‘Abdullah

Khayyaam Fareed Al-Rifaa’iy

Hussein Mahmoud Hussein Al-Rifaa’iy

* Our congratulations to the Al-Rifaa’iy family for participating, once again, in the race to fatten the statistics of Hell. 

 

Der’ah City:  Reports of skirmishing on Dam Road, East of the Medical Doctors’ Union Building, Al-‘Abbaasiyya Bakery, Al-Hammaadeen Quarter, East of the National Hospital.

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silbershark110
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GOD BLESS S.A.A., IRAN, RUSSIA AND HEZBOLLAH !

Erdal
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I have a question, you mentioned a lot of advanced air-to-ground missilles syria has received… do you know which model or type? Thx

Queen o bama
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Big ones, that kill lots of people Hopefully they will also mine, booby trap, and IED the Lebanese Israeli border to death, once it’s been cleared, which looks like any time soon I’d heard somewhere on social media the Russians are sending some advanced weaponry Syria’s way for the coming offensive in Idlib I know there’s been some controversy on this blog v the Kurds, but i’d be tempted to give them the benefit of the doubt. Erdoghan is seething apparently, always a good sign The angry little man syndrome Reap what you sow The UK Foreign office is warning… Read more »
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Sorry. The link to the film Nuclear War Threads

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Queen: I remember watching ‘Threads’ years ago. Nothing changes. People still turn off the radio or change stations when something amiss comes on, so far as I know very few people have more than two or three days’ food in their pantries. We see this same scenario whenever we have flooding or hurricanes, where people rush the markets and gas stations, and still get caught with their ass out their underwear. As in the movie, when the world is backing into war, everybody ignores it until shops are empty, there is no fuel for sale, and the roads are closed.… Read more »
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I have difficulty marking comments up for some reason on this blog

.I have seen articles that back up what your saying, and, were i living in the US I would be in the prepper camp, pro gun, and i’d consider the US Government and the militarized police force as the enemy
I get the feeling the US Government sees x servicemen as a threat ,their only realistic one anyway, reminds me of the scene from animal farm when the pigs send boxer to the knackers yard
I genuinely feel the US Gov hates/fears them .
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boxer_(Animal_Farm)

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As iv’e said i don’t know a great deal about the Kurds, most of their anger is directed against Turkey, so on that basis who better could the Syrian government have on their border with Turkey

In the UK they have what would seem to be a smallish but pro active protest group

A few clips of UK Kurds protesting in London

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvpQUsrYm0A

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Pueen: Link to article on ARA, YPJ establishes humanitarian support on behalf of women in the area of al Abuad, whether Syrian or Arab.

http://aranews.net/2015/06/kurdish-female-fighters-initiate-humanitarian-support-for-women-suppressed-by-isis/

Queen o bama
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Look iv’e only got social media and various other alternative media sites on which to make a judgement on the Syrian conflict. So going by what iv’e read i’d be a lot happier to have the Kurds be on the Turkish border as opposed to ISIS Al Nusra & co I suspect the Syrian Government would also There’s been chatter about trouble between the Kurds and Syrian Forces around Qamishli Whether there’s any truth in it i have no idea.i know the Iraqi Kurds are grateful to the Iranians for the help they’ve received off them Good luck to them… Read more »
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Queen: So far as I know the Kurds and SAA reach a working agreement anywhere they have joint operations, but the Syrian militias sometimes try to start their own wars against the Kurds and SAA has to step in set everybody straight. There was some sort of argument in Hasaka, allegedly, wherein YPG refused to engage the enemy unless SAA gave YPG some heavy weapons. I don’t know it it’s true or not, but SAA always gives away vast quantities of captured enemy stores to various militias, so I don’t see any valid reason why SAA shouldn’t share captured stuff… Read more »
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Rats are preparing some offensive in quintera province, probably from Kafr Shams and Kafr nasej

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More awesome news, here’s confirmation of what you’ve been reporting Ziad.

War News You Aren’t Allowed to See…

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/06/16/war-news-you-arent-allowed-to-see/

Syria: War on CIA Backed Extremists Continues…

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/06/15/syria-the-war-on-cia-backed-extremists-continues/

Go Team Sooriya!!…

Anonymous
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100+ terrorists killed again lol

CHEVI789
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Yeah folks you upped Anon but this Anon was being a smart arse, he is an ISIS lover

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Unbelievable how many rats keep pouring in. SAA is doing a good job at cleaning garbage.

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If what Ziad sez is the truth, then kudos. At long last. But my guess is it was not the insight of the SAA high command that brough the change, but the direct orders of Suleimani, no doubt co ered by Assad, that brought about the change. In fact, I am pretty sure that the SAA is no longer bwing run by Syrian officers, but probably Al-Qods and Hezbollah personnel. Anyway, what matters is that Syria rids itself of the invasion and preferably pushes these groups into the countries who sponsored them, namely Israel, Jordan, Saudi and Turkey. Let them… Read more »
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Hizbollah is by far more powerful than the SAA.
I think it is time ASSAD and the SAA learn with the big guys how to efficiently eliminate rat plagues.

punk
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I second that. There is a reason why Israel fears Hezbollah. I’m prety sure Israel is not afraid of the SAA.

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Don’t get carried away. Hezbollah is a paramilitary force that is good at defending territory. The SAA was designed as a conventional force to counter national armies, specifically Israel. it is also a conscription army that is different from an ideologically motivated paramilitary organization. Having said that, the combination of light infantry and airpower does seem to be the way to go in the current situation. The jihadists may have some defense against helicopter gunships but they obviously lack the sophisticated air defense capabilities required to mess with fighter aircraft.

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@FHTEX Well, Hezbollah is a lot more than just a paramilitary force good at defending their territory, as they have proven time and again in the Syrian conflict. From the little available info, it seems to me the Syrian armed forces, particularly its ground forces(the air force was never a match to the israelis) came of age under Hafez leadership, becoming an effective force which gave a good account of itself during the october war 73 and later in Lebanon against the israelis. But that happened when Syria had a powergul ally in the USSR. With the collapse of the… Read more »
FHTEX
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I agree with you on your last point especially.

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I agree Victor, no offence to the SAA but they needed to learn from a militia that fights urban warfare, but having said that i think most of the SAA learned the hard way on their own and are equal to HA tactics or of their own which brought about good results but few in battles.

One needs to adapt especially when you have the CIA,MI6 etc training these vermin in dirty tactics.

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What a great idea! 1) don’t announce your arrival or travel by road; 2) strike quick and hard; 3) attack at night to disorient your enemy; and 4) then disappear into the night leaving your enemy confused and now wondering when the next sudden strike may occur. BTW, US Marines and Special; Forces have been using these tactics for decades. Glad to see that the SAA finally discarded WW2 Soviet tactics (these tactics didn’t work that good against the Germans considering the Russians lost more men, planes, tanks etc. than any army in the history of mankind during the conflict).
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Well, it’s of course it’s a lot harder to fight by stealth. Just sitting in a pill-box and shooting aimlessly at anything that moves is a lot easier. The problem is you cannot really build static defences which can withstand several TOW hits. So something had to give. I reckon SAA lost so many tanks that they no longer have an operational tank unit.

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Good point. The only way the Russian tactics work is if you want to engage in a battle of attrition and you have vastly superior resources (men and material). Syria does not have the luxury (if you want to call it that) to engage in a war of attrition.

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The fact we must consider is that SAA can’t hold ALL cities against a massive spam of brainless jihadists high on Captagon (this is a mistake have done in the early stage of civil war) but at the same time can’t withdraw in helter-skelter state leaving kilometers and kilometers of land. Even leaving too much territory to the enemy would be a huge mistake, since SAA was/is often outnumbered and if gets cornered in only Damascus and Latakia would be isolated and screwed. The new tactics are working simply because against a highly mobile army (even if composed of apes)… Read more »
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You’re right. Soviet WW2 tactics were designed with urgency in mind – rather take losses first but then get at them from behind, and so on. This is not practicable in Syria, so the least they can do is fight the enemy with enemy tactics. Should have done that three years ago, in fact SOME units DID – the guys who held far away regions, because they had to.

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Of course you can built defenses that are proof against TOW. It is costly and you could not do that at any given point overnight. And there is building of underground defenses. TOW type weapons are designed against moving targets. Immobile defenses are softened by bombs and artillery. The whole point is that the rat armies are just a bunch of lightly armed crazies, very mobile and the chirurgic part comes from the problem that they stay between civilians. A raid can target them much better.

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1700 t72. 2000 t55. 1000 t62. unknown number of t80. more than enough to form a unit

FHTEX
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First of all, you are referring to Soviet tactics during WWII, as opposed to now. Do you see a lot of tanks in the Crimea and the Donbass region on the pro-Russian side? It is the Western-backed Ukrainian government that is using (and losing) most heavy tanks and static artillery. Second, don’t dismiss the values of tanks in certain situations. The T-72 has an accuracy of one meter at 1800 meters and a range of 9100 meters in total. Unlike heave artillery pieces, it is mobile and can therefore do better against aerial attacks. But, they should generally not be… Read more »
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@FHTEX Re tanks, i agree with u. There is a discussion re wheter or not tanks will be viable in the near future, given the increased lethality and portability of anti-tank weapons. However, all modern armies have them and continue to improve them. So… Re WWII, just a few points; war is written by the winners; Of soviet 20 + million dead, a least half, if not more were servicemen. Of the civilian deaths, many were the responsability of Stalins ruthless policies, including the mass shootings of those deemed friendly towards the Germans, those left with nothing bc of scorched… Read more »
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Agree 100% FHTEX, no one has defeated the Russians for too long. There way of fighting was not good in this situation, HA had the right tactics for this kind of warfare, i bleed for all those soldiers they have lost, but there will be a push for reproduction after this mess.

Luca K
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U people r conflating the the Soviet military under Stalin with the soviet military in general and even seem to be conflating the stalinist forces with modern russian forces, which have undergone various reforms. That is dumb. Under Stalin, soviet officers were under terrible pressure by political comissars who crushed their tactical and operational thinking. Oftentimes, against their will, they were forced to launch mass frontal assaults at great cost and little gain. Nor are the zamericans as good as u people think. Re WWII, US army Colonel T. Dupuy studied many engagements and summed them up; “record shows the… Read more »
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I talked to a couple of German veterans who had fought US forces at the Hurtgen Forest in 1944/5 – they held the US forces for months and suffered 13000 losses, killing 52 k. They Yanks blamed it on the fact that they “had no effective air support” because of the wooded, hilly country and that their soldiers “suffered from trench foot”. Seriously. They Germans didn’t have a plane in the air since forever , at that time in the war. So one of the veterans said, “They would start to move forward from the houses of a little town… Read more »
Luca K
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Yep, Hurtgen Forest, the meat grinder…

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ANNA News – summary of the events in Syria for 15 June 2015

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5-JePHGl6Y

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ANNA News – Operation Targeting Terrorists Warehouse – Part 1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xmt61Ez-G5Y

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East Must Provide Alternative to, Not Replace Western Hegemony http://landdestroyer.blogspot.com/2015/06/east-must-provide-alternative-to-not.html June 15, 2015 (Ulson Gunnar – NEO) – Recent news has shown China quickly gaining ground against a West which has for centuries maintained hegemony over Asia Pacific. Beyond Asia, China has been steadily expanding its influence throughout Africa and the Middle East. Together with Russia, Iran and other nations of the “East,” they are constructing what is commonly referred to as a “multi-polar” world order. But is what the East doing truly building an alternative to the West’s brand of hegemonic imperialism? Or is it simply more of the… Read more »
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The difference between the Eurasia axis (Russia, China, and Iran) is that none of those countries has substantial military forces in other nations, whereas NATO and especially the U.S. has troops in over 150 nations, including 46 of 50 nations of Africa. The Eurasian powers are gaining influence economically whereas the West is relying on its militaries. Historically, East Asia was largely peaceful for hundreds of years before the Western Imperialists entered the picture, partly because of Confucian values: http://asiansecurityblog.wordpress.com/2010/06/05/off-to-china-3-there-was-a-confucian-peace-after-all You should read WIlliam Engdahl’s A Century of War, in my opinion the most insigntful analysis of modern history. You… Read more »
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The East, namely China, never was at peace. China today goes a neocolonial way AGAINST the other nations in the East. It is wrong to assume that China will challenge the USA. That may happen in the one or the other conflict in the world – I do not see how China defends Syria thought – but it will not happen as a consistent strategy.

“East Asia was largely peaceful for hundreds of years before the Western Imperialists entered the picture” ? Buy yourself a history book.

FHTEX
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Did you read the article I referenced by an eminent historian? Read it before commenting again, please.

Nobilitatis
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The article is total rubbish. It does not matter who wrote it. It is factually wrong.
If you do not want to buy a book, try at least Wikipedia.
And why, of all things, should “East Asia” be only China? There were plenty of wars and, only one example, China invaded Vietnam frequently. So, ask the Vietnamese about the peacefulness. You also have to count internal struggles.
Sorry for your effort.

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The Saker says that expensive, heavy US weaponry will never win against Donbass, Lugansk and Russia, as the men are always prepared to dip into a dirty war and street fighting using old proven and light weaponry. The very concept of being advanced, hi-tech and as you know the Western lazy push button mentality will never match people brave enough risk their lives to fight dirty on the ground and in the street with old fashioned but adequately deadly tools. This is what happened in Debaltseve with probably 5000 Ukranian soldiers lost and a complete cover up. I won’t link… Read more »
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Frank: On the whole, I believe you’re correct. You’ve got a pretty good head on your shoulders, so I’m including the link to a very interesting presentation from Russian Insider. Let me know what you think. Good to see you back.

http://russia-insider.com/en/putins-ukraine-strategy-brilliantly-explained-top-russian-politician-video/ri8001

Reitzenstein
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Thank you. I have watched it yesterday. Yes Putin is not the only formidable Russian. It is not just having a good head on my shoulders. I always wanted to learn and that’s why I found it myself. My dad picked up things like microbiology books cheaply and I would read them at age ten, even while not always getting good grades at school which I hated. I have decided to take over search engine optimisation from my lady in Africa, who is now growing a crop on the land she bought from the money I sent at least until… Read more »
As you were...jihadi.
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As you were...jihadi.

Bashart al-Asshead,

What are you going to be….IF you grow up?

Marmadyne
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If you wanted this to work way better it regard to SEO and also moderation quality, the easiest thing would be running it as a community on Google Plus. In fact, you can bind the GPlus comments into the blog and vice versa. That should also be possible with Facebook, but GPlus is faster and more no-nonsense, and it’s Google Every post shows up on the SE right away. You can get dofollow links if you know how, and all the jazz. Ziad will if course not even read this – he has enough on his mind, and so things… Read more »
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All you supposed SAA supporters on here are a joke. Most of you are not even Syrian, have not ever visited Syria, do not know any Syrians in real life, don’t know a word of Arabic, never heard of Syria before the uprising started, and have never even tasted hummus. Yes, I’m talking about the big posters on here like Canthama and Nobilaitis. You assholes don’t fool me. You’re just right wing bigots, nothing else.

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Funny comment from a guy with that name. You wanted to explain why you call yourself asshead? That was quite successful. Now why should Syrians communicate via a website in English? Why do you think that commenters do not know about Syria? And so on? Wouldn’t the people without knowledge about Syria simply buy the bullshit that you are spreading? And the ones that are reading here have a reason to not buy the crap they get served in their native media? So, the asshole who wants to fool others. that is you. And the way you choose is all… Read more »
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And tell me pls mr. Asshead , what about the hordes of mercenaries and cannibals from other countries in your lines ? What about the release of all the criminals from the Saudi prisons to come to fight in Syria for a good salary and amnesty ? This is the army that you want to liberate Syria ? You dickhead .

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i love hummus. i am a left wing bigot

javito
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You are pathetic and i believe that you’r not a Syrian too,i think that you’r a jihadi lover from elsewhere .

Usefull idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell
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Usefull idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell

Go SAA shoot those usefull idiots for the zionists and the saudi family to hell. Go Go GO!!!!
Let the anglo american federal reserve central banking elite maffia fail. And their eugenics and their total surveillance program as well.

CHEVI789
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Funny Bashart, i am Syrian, and “you don’t fool me” like we were trying, if you don;t like it then fuck off ibn el kalbe.

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Change of tactics I see, and quite effective, thats good 🙂 By the way, I was thinking, how long can all of this last? I am curious about what you gyus think. When might this end? Thisy year, next year, 2020, ……?

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I am afraid that it will bee a long war

Arklight
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Anon: It’ll be over when the fat lady sings. She ain’t even dressed yet.

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Syria, Suwayda Yarob Zahreddine Speech before heading to Front Lines, Syrian Army

Published on Jun 14, 2015

صباح 15/6/2015

قبل الإنطلاق لمواقعنا في الخطوط المتقدمه

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTLen9Cq3uM

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Syria, Hama SAA soldier shooting at Militants @ Mansoura Countryside. Al Ghab Plain

Published on Jun 14, 2015

معارك المنصوره ريف ادلب

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2HQJWExm4TA

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Syria, Suwayda, Syrian Arab Army Visiting Injured Soldier @ National Hospital

Published on Jun 14, 2015

وكما وعدناكم

وخلال زيارة …. مجموعة أوفياء جبل العرب سوريين

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaIcFwR-WZY

[…]

Arklight
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Russia Insider video, Storikov cuts away the fig leaves and BS regarding Russia/Ukraine, and preceeding ‘Western’ operations in the same mold. vERY well worth the watch.

http://russia-insider.com/en/putins-ukraine-strategy-brilliantly-explained-top-russian-politician-video/ri8001

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Excellent, thanks Arklight.

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Spotlight: Mixture of fear, defiance eclipses Syria’s Swaida city, as extremist groups closing in on http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/17/c_134332156.htm SWAIDA, Syria, June 16 (Xinhua) — The people of Swaida city in southern Syria are experiencing a mix of apprehension and defiance, as the peace that has prevailed their city throughout the long-running Syrian crisis is being threatened as the Islamic State (IS) and al-Qaida-linked Nusra Front from are closing in on from its eastern and western flanks. The general opinion in the predominantly Druze city of Swaida backs the government of President Bashar al-Assad, as it’s the case with all of the minority… Read more »
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Thank you for that excellent inside story. Yes, there are no fence-sitters anymore. All Syrians who believe in tolerance and civil society, no matter what their religion or ethnicity, are in a desperate twilight struggle against the forces of darkness.

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“Rebels” fire rockets on Syrian capital, many wounded http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-06/16/c_134331107.htm DAMASCUS, June 16 (Xinhua) — Nearly 10 Katyusha rockets fired by “rebels” slammed into several parts of the capital Damascus early on Tuesday, leaving unknown losses yet, according to witnesses. Five rockets hit the western district of Mazzeh, two others struck the vicinity of the Russian embassy in the Mazra’a neighborhood, and another two landed in the upscale neighborhood of Malki in central Damascus, witnesses said. Wailing of ambulances was heard in Mazzeh, where witnesses said many people were injured. The “rebels” on the outskirts of Damascus have repeatedly launched similar… Read more »
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There is no hope for rats in Syria, in time they will all die, keep up the good work SAA.

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