HAMA: THE PRELUDE TO JISR AL-SHUGHOOR; RATS DIE IN LARGE NUMBERS

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HAMA:  All this is a part of the preparation to invade and restore Jisr Al-Shughoor to its rightful owners, the people of Syria.  And the Army, its allies in the militias and volunteer services are working on that one goal.

 

Al-Lataamina:  A group calling itself the “Falcons of Al-Ghaab Group” ate birdfood before getting their cages rattled by the SAA in a massive ambush.  3 armored vehicles  loaned out to them by Jaysh Al-Fath and 3 pickups with 23mm cannons were destroyed.  23 rodents were wounded and captured. These are the dead rats:

Jum’ah Al-Hamshu

‘Ali Abu Bakr

Sameer Rajab

‘Abdul-Fattaah Al-Jubayri

Muhammad Shaakir Rizq

Muhammad Al-‘Alyawi

Jalaal Rashaad Al-‘Adlooni

Yusuf Al-Halabi

Muhammad Najm

 

Qastoon:  Northwest at the border of Idlib Province, in a unique operation the SAA killed 11 rodents including their leader “Abu Hudhayfa”.

 

Al-Zakaat Village:  Another on the border with Idlib, 10 rats were killed or wounded by the SAA.  No other details.

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IDLIB:

 

الجيش يحبط تسلل حشود كبيرة لإرهابيي داعش إلى منطقة المقلع بريف تدمر

Al-Tamaani’ah and Haass Villages:  All near Ma’arrat Al-Nu’maan, a nest of Jaysh Al-Fath was annihilated.  19 rodents were killed and a warehouse seized.  Good news for the good guys.


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Syd Barret
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Still going on? Haven’t they killed everyone there, yet?

Very sad….

Thucydides
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Make more decoys for those TOW’s! They are flooding LiveLeak once more with TOW movies. TOW missile = Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided How can those 16.000 American paid, American made, American delivered TOW’s (a pure declaration of war) one day backfire on the USA/UK/France? One well aimed shot with a TOW could do 25 billion of damages! The damages of insurance company Lloyds are covered by the personal fortunes of the British elite. Someone will be pissed at the Americans? One TOW could do more then 19 billion damages caused by the oil spills. http://www.voanews.com/content/bp-to-pay-nearly-19-billion-dollars-in-us-oil-spill-damages/2846471.html One TOW could do 4-5… Read more »
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Rats are people too.

Thucydides, I am just curious,do have any idea about the cost of these TOW missiles that the rats use so freely?

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This is what people said on LiveLeak:

TOW missile = Tube-launched, Optically tracked, Wire-guided
Range of a TOW = 2.7 up to 3.1 km.
Costs of a TOW 40.000 dollars for one tube and 180.000 dollars for 1 launch platform.

http://g503.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=30&t=220968
Detailed info on TOW’s

The American tax payer is paying for it. So the costs do NOT matter.
The elite makes profits on war through private companies.
All the American politicians that matter are corrupted through money or blackmailed through their perverse sexuality.

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Thucydides: TOW is, reportedly, a vastly obsolete system, but so are long bows and muskets, but none the less deadly. I hadn’t realized that we taxpayers had shelled out that much for the damned things back when a quarter mil would have been the saving wage of a skilled crafts or tradesman for many years, but I’m sure that the US military is being provided with newer, and even more expensive, anti-armor weapons, which means that our military is sweeping out the nooks, crannies and corners of armory basements in order to gift IS with weapons which work, but leave… Read more »
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Fire and forget is the newest system.

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“Southern Storm”are converted to “Southern Fart”. Terrorists failed in all fronts.

FHTEX
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The Takfirir “Southern Front” has been a miserable failure for over three years. Telegraphing the next assault certainly won’t help the jihadists one bit!

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Must watch
Those ISIS “beheading” videos
https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=39&v=IdP0Qqb_SYs
Also see for reference:
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The whole strategy behind ISIS its “glossy magazine executions” campaign has CIA/Mossad/Mi6 written all over it. And it was bound to be exposed in the modern age of the internet. Anyone who came up with that strategy is a moron. Now the next 1000 years this will hurt their trade routes. Dumbasses. Just keep mentioning their crimes (CIA/Mossad/Mi6) all your life to anyone you talk to and on the internet. Till the last day you live.

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Syrian Jets Pound ISIS Leaders’ Meeting in Raqqa
http://en.alalam.ir/news/1719693
12 July 2015 17:15

Military sources in the Northeastern parts of the country confirmed that a number of ISIS leasers were killed and wounded in a Syrian air force raid on the venue of their meeting in Raqqa, Al-Alam News Network reports.

The sources said that an ISIS leader of Saudi nationality with three of his guards were among the killed fighters of Saturday night air attack of the Syrian warplanes on Raqqa.

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Syrian Forces Repel 400 ISIS Terrorists, Kill Tens in Hasakah http://en.alalam.ir/news/1719678 12 July 2015 16:40 ISIS terrorists sustained major setbacks in Hasakah as 400 members of the Takfiri group attempted to sneak into the Northeastern city, Al-Alam News Network reports. According to reports, the Syrian troops pushed back some 400 ISIS terrorists from the district of al-Ghuweiran early on Saturday, killing and injuring scores of them. The reports added that large groups of the terrorists fled the battlefield as they failed to resist the army’s fire. The Syrian Armed Forces killed over 60 terrorists following the operation, including a number… Read more »
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If Syria deports on the non-Syrians who have settled in Syria, they will realize that there is no civil war and there is no one fighting Assad except the descendants of the Kurds, Turks, Chechens, and others who owe their existence in Syria to serving the invader and occupier. It is the same people being used by their Turk and Arab masters against Syria. Do the math, and before you know it, you realize that Syria needs to finally have a correctionist movement that addresses the historic crimes committed by these invaders, occupiers and colonizers by deporting them all en… Read more »
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Syrian: How’s that again?

Useful idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell
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That is why i don’t understand the syrian army not training and handing out sniper and assault rifles to the patriotic citizens. When terrorists are in the city, they can expect fire from every angle. They would be dead in the wink of an eye

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Arab/Muslim countries believe in keeping their people unarmed and ignorant , Syria is no exception. We all know that ISIL/ISIS would never last a day here in America and we wouldnt even need the US army, the 100 million armed citizens would liquidate them in no time, notice that they dont pull their Bullshit in America, they go to Europe and England to behead people.

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Americans have 10.000 tyrants right now. They have all been pacified and divided. Dumbasses. Expect nothing from the American public. They will be slaughtered as obedient fools by their own elite in those FEMA camps. They will go through those body scanners/fallout scanners and get a lethal doses of radiation then they will die passively and submissively in hospital beds thinking it was the radiation that killed them. But they will get a lethal doses radiation from those body scanners. You really though holocaust 2 would be gas chambers again? The NSA is spying on them to compile death lists… Read more »
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Thucydides: The US has been hitting the kids with slow kill bio-weapons for fifty years, and it’s just getting worse. Don’t believe it? Just go to http://www.nvic.org and check out your favorite vaccine.

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They are conditioning Americans at the airports to walk through body scanners. Like cattle going to the slaughter. One day they will use the same kind of machines in FEMA camps to give a lethal doses of radiation to those on their “main core” list. https://www.globalpolicy.org/iraq-conflict-the-historical-background-/us-and-british-support-for-huss-regime.html When the CIA brought Saddam Hussein to power the NSA provided Saddam and his gang a list of 10.000 names of doctors, union leaders, teachers, university professors, intellectuals, he had to kill within 2 weeks on the orders of the CIA. https://www.globalpolicy.org/component/content/article/169/36379.html CIA Lists Provide Basis for Iraqi Bloodbath The CIA/NSA will do the… Read more »
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The Kurdish descendants of the perpetrators of the genocide against Syrians who ethnically cleansed Mesopotamia — the ancient Syrian heartland — now claim the Turks are carrying out policies that are to displace them and are threatening to blow up the dams that are flooding ancient Syrian villages occupied by Kurds. By claiming the spoils of their forefathers’ genocide, these descendants of criminals become complicit in the crime of genocide. The occupiers and colonizers continue to fight over the spoils of the genocide. Let genocide against one another be their like reward.

https://en-maktoob.news.yahoo.com/kurdish-militants-threaten-attack-turkey-dams-135023992–finance.html

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Syrian: Riding a beef for a thousand years is only good for one thing: wall-to-wall saddle sores.

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Iraq News article: Iraqi pilots complete training on F16. The F16s are due for delivery in mid summer, but which year is not specified.
http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/iraqi-pilots-complete-training-f-16-says-defense-ministry/

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Steady progress toward Palmyra. Ancient quarries on the NW, see map below, the SAA is getting VERY close to Palmyra city.

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/620249474632298497

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.576408&lon=38.240490&z=14&m=b

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Canthama: I’m wondering why IS made any effort to hold Palmyra any way. It’s a long way from any reinforcement, and IS has never commanded enough force to hold isolated posts against the determined assault by loyal forces of sufficient strength. I can see the capture, by IS, in order to keep DZ from going forward, but those IS forces were needed worse in other places. Hm. Well, whatever. Have you heard anything from much vaunted Iranians? Seems like they just debarked in Latakia, and then vanished.

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Arklight,

Because of its strategic position. It might be ‘isolated’ but it is very important. Control over Palmyra gives you a fast road to the south and east of Syria. And hence enables ISIS to do some more blits kliegs but that against the more important city of Homs, Khanasser-Aleppo road, Hama and: Damascus. Ones controlled it is hard for them to travel from Raqqa straight to the more populated area’s.

Kjel

P.s. I might have interpret it wrong but i heard some very unconfirmed rumours that the old city and castle is captured. But that might have been the queries instead.

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Kjel: You know Palmyra is strategic, I know that Palmyra is strategic, IS knows that Palmyra is strategic – – I guess the only ones too stupid to understand that are the fat old guys wearing camo and running the war from Damascus. Go figure.

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Arklight, I bet mistakes were made. This side of the front line is for the Tiger forces who were sent to the Ghab plains by the time ISIL started there offense. Now they are back and Jisr is not recaptured. So I bet a two mistakes have been made 1) the morale of the defenders was very low 2) they did not had the intel that ISIL was massing (way worse). Quite like Tabaqa battle. Now they are lucky ISIL gets overstretched. With Hasakah, Ayn Issa, Falluja and now Homs needing there special attention. Certainly after the loss of Tal… Read more »
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No. Palmyra is not “strategic” itself. The strategic value of something lies within the strategy. So, Palmyra has strategic value for IS only if they plan to attack e.g. Damascus via the way passing Palmyra. Or if the SAA plans to attack Raqqa and Palmyra would be blocking the way. The strategic value for the SAA would be only in having sufficient force to supress any larger IS movement through the desert which the SAA did not manage in the battle of Palmyra. The oil and gas installments around Palmyra are also strategically useful but not for the military strategy.… Read more »
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Arklight, the whole region nearby Palmyra is very rich in gas fields that supply the thermoplants that generate electric energy to most of western Syria, there are also vital pipelines and energy cables through out the region, it seems Syria managed to secure the vital gas filed at Mount Al Abyad, without it Damascus would be in very dire straits related to energy, Tiger Force was urgently sent there from Idlib to secure it, they did it in 2 weeks. The gas fileds east of Palmyra are also very important, Arak gas field, rigth now this is beyond reach but… Read more »
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Canthama, Kjel: I know that Palmyra and the M20 are strategic, and I’m sure that Canthama recalls my harping upon the subject repeatedly, and over a period of time. I’ve never gotten my head around the possible ‘why’ that the road to DZ, along with Palmyra and the other towns along the way were so poorly defended against IS, and then why IS would try to hold a place without the force to do so. Palmyra, the gas fields and mines are a black hole into which IS keeps pouring assets which it cannot afford, and never have been able… Read more »
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Motive: trying to pressure the Syrian government into a deal with the London bankers. They did the same when the UK attacked the USA. Plunge the USA in a war debt. To force a privately owned central bank on the people of the USA. https://youtu.be/5hfEBupAeo4 All wars are London banker wars “The London (international) bankers are a criminal gang of financial pirates who would cut a man’s throat to get a dollar out of his pocket… They prey upon the people of these United States.” – Congressman Louis T. McFadden My advice: you can never ever make peace or deals… Read more »
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Kjel: ‘Mistakes were made’ is the lame excuse for criminals to use in order to escape punishment for a variety of offenses, not excluding treason.

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If Palmyra is so important i don’t understand why the city and the area was so weakly defended by the SAA.
Why have the inhabitants of Palmyra been evacuated. Why haven’t they been trained and armed to defend the city ?. Why import Iranians to defend the cities ?. It is the land of the Syrians. Armed citizens is the best defense for a country (look at Switzerland) and the best way to have democracy (there is no better democracy then in Switzerland)

Thucydides
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You only have to win the war.
Not the battle.
Go study the campaign of Hannibal.
He won many battles. But he never won the war from the Romans.

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Please. Switzerland is a “democracy” because it’s allowed to be, just like Canada, Australia and the rest of them.
Switzerland is also home to the central bankers.

Could this country survive a 90 day air bombing campaign? All of the civilian infrastructure blown up, sewage treatment plants, power stations, bridges, all major government buildings etc?

And to top it off the massive use of munitions with depleted uranium to irrevocably pollute the country?

There is no such thing as democracy here, there are still controllers.

Thucydides
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The fact that the “BIS” is above the LAW in the Swiss means the democracy in the Swiss is NOT working as it should be. Nobody is above to law and all are equal. They are violating the foundation of a democracy. This explains why:

https://www.facebook.com/notes/wake-up-call/machiavelli-his-ideas-on-how-to-rule-secret-society-connections/545346415481080

The Swiss will be invaded by Russia if the Rothschild’s think they can hide out there.

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Switzerland has not one of, but THE most sophisticated underground infrastructure network on the planet. An air campaign will do nothing. It would take a serious, determined effort to take that country out.

Thucydides
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Just throw nuclear bombs. At one point they will surrender.
So did the Japanese.

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Useful: The weak defense of Palmyra and the M20 corridor is going to be the subject of speculation and debate for a long time.The two logical answers are either incompetence or treason, neither of which will ever be admitted or even addressed, officially.

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Isn’t it sooooo easy to look back and say that some decisions were wrong?

Arklight
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Frank: Just a note on VPN: people are, reportedly, using such services in order to obtain pay services for ‘free’; since this constitutes theft of service, I would recommend against it to anyone who catches this post, although I don’t have the least notion that Frank would steal views of movies and such, any way.

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I’m not much for posting web links but this is the best article on the whole Syrian “Uprising” that I have read. It should be disseminated to every US Congress representative for posterity sake. After all, the Germans were put on trial at Nurenberg after WWII for waging an aggressive war amongst other things. Does anyone see a difference here with the war being waged against Syria and its citizens??

Here is the link…..

http://m.thesundaily.my/node/319377

GOD speed

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I feel sorry for the American people. I was in the USA 3 times and have 5 uncles living there. Prediction for the Americans! They will all die in thermonuclear war and their elite will go to these pacific islands or underground in those DUMB’s (Deep Underground Military Base). FEMA camps are to round up the survivors and execute those 10 million Americans on the “main core list”. Jedem das seine! “A society whose citizens refuse to see and investigate the facts, who refuse to believe that their government and their media will routinely lie to them and fabricate a… Read more »
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Thucydides: The US is already a failed State, with the grim future inherent to that condition; I don’t feel sorry for the ones who’ve done it to themselves out of stupidity, apathy design, but I do regret the incipient loss of the real Americans who will go down fighting, if necessary. I do get a kick out of the thought of hundreds of the ‘elites’ mewed up inescapably with with only mirror images of themselves for companionship. That ought to be a real circus after a couple of weeks.

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Israel’s Slaves Strike Again Wall of ancient citadel partially collapsed by explosion in Syria’s Aleppo http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-07/12/c_134405220.htm DAMASCUS, July 12 (Xinhua) — Armed terrorists detonated a tunnel rigged with explosives near the ancient citadel of Syria’s northern city of Aleppo before daybreak Sunday, causing a partial collapse of part of the citadel’s ancient wall, an official and activists said. The terrorists in Aleppo detonated the tunnel near the citadel, in what appeared to be another bid to target government troops’ positions in that area, leaving “big property losses and damages in the citadel area,” according to the Vomitory of Human Excrement.… Read more »
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All stones are ancient.
Just rebuild and in 100 years nobody will see a difference.
One child is more important than all the painting and monuments in our world.

Alex
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Thuc, the destruction of ancient monuments means fewer tourist dollars for Syria after the war is over. I agree with you about children but that does not seem to be relevant here in this particular disaster..

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of course purely by coincidence the cultural heritage was (attempted) obliterated in Iraq too. Colonial policy: to destroy national/cultural identity, divide on sectarian lines.
tourist dollars .. what the world needs to do is leave behind the artificial scarcity imposed by private central banks.

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Easily countered by moving 5 million Syrians inside the UK that never ever work and never ever pay taxes. Add also some millions of Palestinians to these scheme. And they will send billions to Syria over the years and drain the UK treasury. In the end the fortunes of the elite will have to be taxed in the UK. “The way to crush the bourgeoisie is to grind them down between the millstones of taxation and inflation.” – Vladimir Lenin “The way to crush the British elite is to grind them down between the millstones of Muslims (draining the social… Read more »
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Spotlight: Syrians plagued by water shortage as terrorists stem supply flow http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2015-07/12/c_134405515.htm DAMASCUS, July 12 (Xinhua) — Last winter was the best Syria has seen in recent years in terms of the large quantity of precipitation. The storage of water in Damascus was said would last for two to three years, according to officials in the water directorate. Over five million people in Damascus drink water flowing from the al-Fijah Water Spring, the main water supply of Damascus that gushes out from the town of Ain al-Fijah, some 25 km southwest of Damascus. The spring’s flow reaches up to 25… Read more »
Thucydides
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Send more people as refugees to the EU end destination UK.
Give them the clear instructions to breed like rabbit, make many children.
Never ever work, never ever pay taxes. See also:

HOW TO COLONIZE THE UK IN 20 YEARS AND RULE THE COUNTRY: MUSLIMS
http://www.liveleak.com/c/Andrew_Parker_Mi5

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If the citizens would haven been armed this never would have happened

Thucydides
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That goes against all advice through the century.

“To lead untrained people to war is to throw them away.”

– Confucius

“A disorderly mob is no more an army than a heap of building materials is a house.”

– Socrates

Ordinary citizens can become spies and informants for the Syrian government. Or get their own weapons and throw hand grenades at the enemy. They can organize resistance themselves.

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Thucydides: ‘Do not invade America. You will find a rifle behind every blade of grass.’ Admiral Yamamoto to Japanese General Staff.

DT
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Arklight, n america has already been invaded – by banking criminal cartels, oligarchs and corporations, in mind and soul. N americans are being ground into the dirt by this insidious occupation for many years now and seem incapable to find the unity to break free.

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So, Damascus authorities decided to empower terrorists by allowing them control of water supply for years….Incompetence…SaaF should be flying around the clock sorties erasing that little village from the map…terrorist are threatening lives of millions in Damascus. Without clean water, epidemics and disease can easily become a lot more menacing than terrorists themselves. Like I said, saa has a huge test for them in Zabadani. If they do not take over all terroritories under terrorists, if they allow terrorist to leave safely, if they issue amnesty, Zabadani campaign will have been lost, and those same militants will be back to… Read more »
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Computer hack reveals identity of Syrians in contact with Israel

Ex-government adviser Mendi Safadi insists no oppositionists face harm after break-in to his computer, but an exposed Syrian expat fears for his family’s life

http://www.timesofisrael.com/computer-hack-reveals-identity-of-syrians-in-contact-with-israel/

[…]

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That’s important. Another hack of the Israel terrorist regime. ● “trying to sign arms deals with the Islamic State and Nusra Front in the Czech Republic’s capital Prague”. Czechs are pretending only to be friendly to Syria. ● “Safadi, working on behalf of the Israeli government, tried to recruit Israeli agents in Syria and Lebanon, smuggle weapons into the hands of Islamist rebel groups in Syria, and locate targets within Syria to be bombed by coalition forces”. ● Speaking to The Times of Israel on Sunday, Safadi acknowledged that his computer was indeed hacked approximately seven months ago by agents… Read more »
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For information about the Czech Republic: Czech Republic has no agenda against Syria or Syria. The largest part of the international agenda is the “Visegrad Four” (Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic). Plus agenda towards the EU. Czech foreign policy agenda has to cooperate with Israel. Much of this agenda is economic. A small portion (political proclamations) is protipalestinská. The last direct political act in the direction blízského east of Rifle ammunition was delivered to the Kurds Koban. Czech politics does not deal with the Middle East. CR small country in central Europe without influence in the EU. In the Czech… Read more »
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Alan: I’m sure that there are a good m any Czechs who remember that when the Soviet tanks rolled into the country, the Americans were very conspicuous by both their silence and their absence. I’d also guess that the smarter Czechs understand that the US is becoming the USSA, and want nothing to do with Americans at any level. Thanks for the precis, Alan, I appreciate it.

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Important development NE of Frikka, fights at Tell Sheikh Khattab, this is a very important hill, either to defend the front line or in any attempt to a future encirclement of Jisr.

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/620269421651582976

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.767686&lon=36.400967&z=14&m=b

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The SAA is prepping the battlefields for the offensives to come in Idlib and Hama. Their goal is to besiege Jisr Al-Shagour and squeeze the Kafr Zita salient pushing the enemy back from key government supply routes needed to maintain crucial government campaigns in Aleppo, Idlib, Hama and Homs.
These are huge strategic campaigns that will go a long way to defeating any attempt by the enemy to make future inroads into central Syria and threaten key population and communication centers linking the nation.

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!

God Protects the Syrian Army!

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What is the situation in Jobar? I assume the area has been recaptured since it has been besieged for 3 years by the Syrian Arab Army now. Am I correct?

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Your INBREEDING is showing SHLOMO FRANKENSTEIN MONSTER LOSER from RACIST TEL AVIV

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Ben Feinstein:
I swear by my proudly flaunted foreskin, you are a truly pathetic and lonely voice in the wilderness.
Your rat/jew buddies are now silenced by the reality of mouldering rat fertilizer.
Please Benny, join your troll buddies in silent hibernation, at least until you and your kind get the next sniff of a jihadi ‘victory’ (suicide bombing, beheading, chemical attack, seizure of a disused air-base etc).
Until then …….SHALOM Benjamin, my son.
May Yaweh (ShitBUH) guide you quickly to Gehenna.

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apparently they dont want to use the methods of IDF or US Army, anyway the Qualamon offensive should have some impact on this too

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What methods are those, shoot little kids?

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destroy everything with no regard for collateral damage or civilian casualties

Arklight
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Stein: “Kill anything that moves, bomb anything that doesn’t.”

ziad
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Assad’s Syrian Army claims it is closing in on ISIL-held Palmyra
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGcgZCDzi38&feature=em-uploademail

heard that kuwait is also trying to find good ties with syria and also this http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/61276.html

i hope this means trouble for erdogy dog
PKK group says Turkish ceasefire over
http://rudaw.net/english/middleeast/turkey/120720151

btw Ziad even though you do not always respond to every comment I thank you for your time and effort to respond to as many as you can ,I see you doing that all the time

Thucydides
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I think the Saudi’s asked the Americans to buy 10 nuclear bombs. The Americans refused.
Then the Saudi’s asked Russia.
The House of Saud probably realized the CIA would topple them also one day.

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Syria Energy Profile: Oil And Gas Production Down On Civil War – Analysis

http://www.eurasiareview.com/12072015-syria-energy-profile-oil-and-gas-production-down-on-civil-war-analysis/

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Ziad, I have a question about Syrian MI. I was wondering why the SAA does not have special forces in the desert close to military hotbeds of ISIS/JN. In that case they would have spotted motorcades along way before the reach destination (Hasakah/Tadmur/etc). That is the reason why the Kurds defeated ISIL big time (Kobani, Tal Abyad and in Iraq). Reports indicate that a CF offer from JN/ISIS/FSA is declined in Al Zabadani. With the harsh city center on the menu that is a challenging decision made by Hezbollah/SAA. Bet they want to set an example (and that they are… Read more »
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Kjel: I do not speak for Big Z, but if the drones which SAA reportedly has were actually used with any sort of forethought, the miles long convoys would be instantly detected and then engaged by SAAF. We have been repeatedly assured that Syria has these recon drones, but they are very thinly deployed, if they actually exist. SF or LRRP patrols are very valuable, that’s true, but I’d guess that Syrian SF are tasked with more than enough critical missions already. Just sayin’ – –

Nobilitatis
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Right, and may I add that Syria HAS special forces in the desert: The desert hawks. It is a very large desert.

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Latest update on Palmyra:
2hrs ago: Tiger Forces officially take full control of the Ancient Quarries in northwestern Palmyra‬ this morning
‪#‎Syria24‬
(Also in almasdarnews.com)

Hey trolls….where are you today?

Canthama
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Arklight : after what seemed a long time, 4 pre paid Iraqi F16 arrived in Balad airbase…..take took awhile…but it will be a serious boost for the Iraqi limited airforce.

https://twitter.com/metesohtaoglu/status/620555072590712832

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Canthama: Hm. They arrived how? Dismantled in a C-130? Wanna bet the wings and guns are back in Uncle Sugar?

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There were news last week that the 4 F16 flew into Iraq with stops in Spain (reported by few twitters) and Turkey, have no idea how they crossed the Atlantic, maybe several air refueling, but then it is only expeculation at this point. Should this be true then it will the first I hear of such a long trip for a fighter jet…who knows right ? This whole F16 jets to Iraqi is a bad deal since day 1, but then Iraq needs badly a stronger air force, not only to defeat ISIS but to hold the country as one… Read more »
Useful idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell
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Why don’t they buy some sukhoi”s

Canthama
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That is a good question, from all the planes that Iraq ordered, Russia was the only to deliver in full. Su25 – 12 ordered, paid and delivered in 2014. F16 – 36 ordered in 2011 and paid, only now 4 were delivered. L159A Czech – 15 ordered in March 2015, none delivered. T50 South Korea – 24 ordered in 2013, none delivered. Besides the above, Iran retured 7 Su25 in 2014 that belonged to Iraq and flew into Iran in 91, the only planes that were reportedly returned, the other 130 planes were incorporated into Iranian airforce, some planes were… Read more »
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Ziad, I wait on pins and needles, for the mighty explosion of Resistance allies, sweeping out the fetid rodents from Jisr-al-Shughour. * * * * * * An interesting article on Walid al-Moallem’s visit to Moscow, and the Moscow Surprise sprung on him by V. V. Putin. The 5+1 talks with Iran are the venue where Russia’s strategy to counter Washington’s fifth-generation warfare against them, is set in motion. It seems that Putin’s oddish plan is, that Saudi, Turks, Iraq and Syria should all link arms, sing Kum-bay-yaa, and rid the region of Daésh. There’s method in Vlad’s madness, and… Read more »
Thucydides
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Russia should deliver ASAP 200 50 mega ton thermonuclear bombs to Iran.
No matter the costs or promises.
This way Iran and the Arab people are protected against USA, France, Israeli. English aggression for the next 1000 years.
If there is ever a transfer of power again in Russia which causes the London bankers to control Russia. Like they did with Boris Jeltsin and his gang of criminal oligarchs. Then Iran will lose the support of Russia. I am sure the London bankers will keep trying to control Russia.

Useful idiots fighting for zionist/saud have to be sent to hell
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Russia will never lose power to London bankers anymore. And since the energy deal with china, china will protect its stable energy supplier for the 100%. London-New Yokrk central bankers have one option left Thermo nuclear suicide.

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Excuse me, but did the Arab people not try to invade the people of Europe for nearly 1000 years themselves? I’m not saying who is right in all of this big mess we call Earth, but lets at least not be so hypocritical.

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Yes, Arabs DID invade Europe, inspired by the flowering of their civilisation under the Messenger. Moslems brought cutlery, courtly manners, romance poetry, the Arabic number system, along with much science, astronomy and other benefits, to Granada (Spain) which was a bastion of civilisation while Europeans ate with their hands and sank into the Dark Ages. Arab Muslims did not demand the conversion of Christians, only that they live peaceably, unlike the Catholics who later burned and exiled Jews. None of this has anything in common with the takfiri barbarism of the ISIS, who are heretics, the enemy of civilisation, and… Read more »
Nobilitatis
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On the majority of now muslims that religion was imposed by force. None of the civilisatory measures you named were developed by the Quran muslims of nowadays Saudi Arabia. Everything came from conquered places like Iran or India. The life of Christians was only allowed because they were a source of income via the special tax on nonbelievers. Of course they demanded the conversion in various ways. Frequently they imposed war on the Christian neighbors until they were beaten.

Thucydides
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Moral is down ever since 2006 with the Israel Defense Force (IDF). They had to make these fakes to convince the Israeli soldiers they are still safe in their tanks. Funny! https://youtu.be/LZLe-tObCeQ IDF propaganda on tank armor I played Worlds of Warcraft with 100 Zionists and 5000 Arabs in my guild. I know what no one knows. From thousands of conversations. These kids/men have all the age of fighting men now. But religion is not important to them. Not to the Arabs and not to the Zionists. You can not get these men to war because of their religion. You… Read more »
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