ISIS MASADA; SYRIAN ARMY POURS INTO PALMYRA; LIBERATES WHOLE AREAS IN CITY; ISIS FALLING APART

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HOMS:  It has taken a bit longer than I had originally thought.  We are now past the 72 hour window during which the SAA and its allies were predicted to have overrun all ISIS positions in the city of Palmyra (Tadmur).  The reason for the slowdown is the ISIS plan to make the SAA’s incursion a bloody mess by placing large numbers of booby-trapped vehicles on main and secondary thoroughfares.  This has resulted in a more cautious approach with Desert Falcons and SAA special units entering the town with large numbers of RPGs in order to detonate all vehicles deemed suspicious.  This will enable the army to move in with greater confidence accompanied by armored vehicles for protection.

The SAA has now confirmed the complete severing of all resupply routes between Palmyra and Al-Raqqa and Palmyra and Al-Qaryatayn/Al-Sukhna.  If the ISIS rodents trapped inside have any expectation of relief let me disabuse them of any such fantasy.  Their condition is now no different than that of the Jews holed up in Masada with the Roman legions pounding on the walls.  Syrian and Russian aircraft prowl the skies to insure no weapons or ammunition are smuggled in.

 

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Tallat Al-Sukkari:  The SAA has confirmed the total eradication of all ISIS rodents from this elevation.  The SAA took 2 days to finally remove the last trace of these plague-carrying vultures last night.

 

There has been a major advance by SAA, PDC and Falcons in the West side of the city after some extremely violent action involving hand-to-hand combat.  I can confirm once more that there is a large contingent of former Iraqi army regulars inside defending ISIS positions.  There is also a large number of ISIS explosives experts who are believed to have been moved from the west side to the center of the town.  They will all be killed, soon enough.

 

In the south, SAA is advancing quickly through the orchards.  SAA engineers, under cover of heavy artillery, were able to remove most mines placed by ISIS in this area.  As I write, information indicates the SAA is moving in heavy armor into this area with Desert Falcons scouting every nook and cranny looking for stealthy little rats to behead.

 

Al-‘Aamiriyya Village and Quarter:  To the north of the city, the SAA and Falcons have liberated it completely killing over 25 ISIS rodents.  It is the entryway into the city of Palmyra and its fall into the hands of the SAA only means that the pincers are starting to close.

 

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Palmyra Airbase:  The Syrian Army and the PDC have liberated the airbase and it is now being converted to a platform for operations from the east.  The SAA reportedly killed 4 ISIS rats just before they were about to follow the others into the center of the city.

 

Retirees’ Villas and Western Assocations Quarter:  Totally liberated as of this morning, Damascus time.

 

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Syrian soldiers mull around the Citadel observing the horrific damage caused deliberately by ISIS.  SAA engineers were particularly concerned about the booby-traps placed around the entrance to the monument.  They have all been dismantled now.

 

(Photo credit: SANA)

 

A Syrian Army NCO flanked by Desert Falcons shows his stuff here in a photo sent by Khalid Nawaz Al-Nouri.  They liked close shaves.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Beautiful drone footage of the battle for Palmyra from Khalid:

https://www.facebook.com/United.Syrian.Republic/videos/1779027092331450/

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NICE ARTICLE FROM JANICE KORTKAMP SENT BY NICHOLAS REARDON:

anice Kortkamp added 15 new photos.

March 24 at 10:56am · Leesburg, VA, United States ·

The battle is on for Palmyra, Syria

The world was horrified when ISIS took over the town and ancient ruins of Palmyra. They’ve murdered I don’t know how many people in the nearby town of Tadmur. They have destroyed several world famous archaeological treasures. They tortured and beheaded Khaled al-Asaad, the leading antiquities scholar. They held mass executions of Syrian soldiers in the Roman amphitheater.

And they took over the valuable oil fields there – and sell the oil into Europe via Turkey thanks to the son of Turkey’s President (and NATO ‘ally’) Recep Erdogan.

But now the Syrian armed forces, together with Russian air power and Hezbollah fighters, are in the process of retaking this beloved and strategic site. I thank God for all these brave men.

Palmyra was the home of the remarkable Queen Zenobia – who was quite successful standing up against the Roman Empire in her day. I guess resisting empires is in the blood of Syrians.

Palmyra under the ‘brutal dictator Assad’ was protected and honored. I have included a picture from the Cham Palace Hotel where you could go and sip coffee while looking at the dramatic ruins.

A US DEFENSE INTELLIGENCE AGENCY MEMO proves that in 2012, the United States of America decided that ISIS was an asset in our fight against the quite legitimate leader of a stable, safe, and sovereign nation.

Next thing you know: ISIS has weapons – including a treasure trove of new US weapons thanks to their ‘miraculous’ takeover of Mosul, Iraq; a way to sell their blood oil into Europe for financing in addition to millions of dollars they just happened to be able to seize from a bank in Mosul; a free ride ticket across NATO member Turkey’s borders into Iraq and Syria; and markets for stolen antiquities in Europe and the western Gulf allies.

I hope you will pray with me for the victory of the Syrian armed forces and their allies against the ravages of savages – savages who have been nurtured and supported, armed and trained by the west and/or our allies.

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I am very upset with the Syrian Army commanders. They all look overweight and seem to have no respect for their soldiers. I would desert these bunch of unfit commanders.

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Great news, the loss of Palmyra will be a body blow to the morale of the scum and also that of Washington. I hope the soldiers disinfected their hands after touching the vermin.

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Don’t lose the momentum apply pressure and make a rapid strike East to lift the siege of Deir El Zor. Victory to the brave SAA soldiers!

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A close shave?

A one armed saw mill worker needed a shave so he went to the barber shop. He realized before too long that this barber was pretty rough and before too long he was bleeding in several place.

The barber decided that it was time for a little light conversation.

“Been here before?” he asked.

Hello no. I lost my arm in the saw mill!

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Ziad, thanks for a great update and as far as making mistakes on timelines, that comes with the territory!!! In war, practically NOTHING goes as planned unless one side is extremely lucky or the other side is extremely careless. Better to be slow and safe to avoid casualties than fast and careless that would really decimate the army. As far as comment #1, if the Syrian Commanders didn’t care about their men, they wouldn’t be taking the time to make sure EVERYTHING that could be booby-trapped was disarmed before they advanced their men in an area. Sure, there may be… Read more »

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Ziad, thank toy for the up dates and the many posts in the past few days, this is a very important battle that goes deep into the Syrian soul. Janice Kortkamp’s article is short and direct to the point, thank you so much for sharing it, loved the analogy with Queen Zenobia resistance to Rome and now the foreign invaders. Khaled Mohamad al-Asaad’s martyrdom has had impact throughout the world, the good old Syrian archaeologist and the head of antiquities for the ancient city of Palmyra, that worked there for 40 years peacefully and was murdered last year in a… Read more »

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WHEN IS IRAQ GOING TO LEARN ?

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Canthama had a great video yesterday with SAA backed by Russian attack helicopters mopping up Palmyra. There were at least 12 Russian choppers looking for rats.

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This is one of the best video of a SAAF Su22 flyby ever recorded, the Su22 low flying with Palmyra’s nearby hills on its back is a simply a beauty.

https://twitter.com/MilitaryMediaSy/status/713494324604829696

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Latest map with the battle for downtown Tadmur as viewed from Jabal al Asafir. According to this map, the hospital area (previous ISIS headquarter), al Al Djam’ia al Gharbia and Badia neighborhoods are secured.

https://twitter.com/Ald_Aba/status/713742211507232768

Allied forces battling a street by street fight trying to reach the Tadmur Prison area at the moment, it is reported that some few hundreds ISIS fighters are still inside Tadmur for a suicidal battle to delay the advance, the bulk of ISIS has already left toward Al Sukhna village in the direction of Der ez Zor.

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Glad ISIS is having the life sucked out of them. They are barely human in their behavior. That having been said, I hate seeing pictures of SAA holding the heads of these savages. It makes them look just as savage. I guess this is one of the horrible effects of war. Otherwise sane human beings become desensitized and crazed with rage and desire for revenge. Syria and Iraq will be a playground for psychiatrists for the next hundred years.

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TONY–i pasted most of your comment–“””I hate seeing pictures of SAA holding the heads of these savages. It makes them look just as savage. I guess this is one of the horrible effects of war. Otherwise sane human beings become desensitized and crazed with RAGE and desire for revenge”””
Just happens in combat-in NAM it was ears–even to making necklaces with them–Severed heads would be tough on the neck………………..

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I can hardly wait for the Syrian nationalist forces to retake the entire country. The political process is a trojan horse to insert political mercenaries into the Syrian government so that its policies can be manipulated, resistance abandoned, and the country forever weakened. It is likely that Syria will succeed in the coming weeks to take Palmyra, Deir Alzour and assault Al-Raqqa. In the meantime, the political process should be stalled for an endless list of reasons that have to do with the pressure placed on Syria from sanctions, from humanitarian disaster, from destruction, from terror, and they should be… Read more »

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“Retaken the airfield” ——————— bl–dy good!

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great photo of SAA lads with severed cannibal heads….vengeance for the cannibal take over of Palmyra when they murdered innocents….keep ’em coming Z

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Here is one for you (yes you know who you are) who are afraid of Kikes and the MSM. The truth in Britain’s nastiest tabloid. The fearless officer was directing Russian airstrikes at key ISIS targets near the ancient city of Palmyra in Syria when he was surrounded by terrorists. Not prepared to go down without a fight, he ordered military officials to drop bombs on his location and died in the blast. His bravery meant vital operational information did not fall into the hands of terrorists and also made sure he took several of the group’s twisted militants down… Read more »

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Final moments in Palmyra, latest reports have shown that over 50% of Tadmor/Palmyra is ISIS free, most of western and southern districts are safe. The prison area is seeing fights as some smaller places inside the city. Several reports on countless IEDs and booby traps all over the city.

Unconfirmed reports, though diverge saying completely other say under fire control, that the airport is re taken. Should this be true, then ISIS may have serious issues to keep a way out of the mostly surrounded town.

https://twitter.com/Syria_Protector/status/713776654917771265

https://twitter.com/sayed_ridha/status/713771334539415552

https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/713763547508039680

https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai/status/713776443768115200

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Jolly good those SAA soldiers….and cheerio to the paedophiles who are running blind back to Iraq…let the Zionist pigs rehabilitate them.

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The reckless and chauvinistic will be KILLED, they will learn of their faults through death, those who try to bring a forced government through brutality and death will be dealt with in the same manner as they have tried to institutionalized by force. GOOD RIDDANCE TO BAD RUBBISH.

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Que no quede ningun terrorista…

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Past Palmyra is Deir on progam

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thanks for this informative site Ziad,
we know you can be optimistic about timetables.
you just keep calling like you see it,
it is your optimistic perspective on the end outcome we come for.

i was drinking cheap wine with a bum at a bus stop,
we had a philosophical discussion regarding faith.
and he said that faith will be known by the fruit it produces.
i liked that very much.

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Russian airstrikes kill over 100 ISIS militants as Syrian army advances inside Palmyra Syrian government forces aided by allied militia units have advanced further into the ancient city of Palmyra with heavy support from Russian airstrikes that killed 100 Islamic State militants over the past 24 hours. Russian warplanes continued providing crucial support to Syrian forces in their offensive to recapture the Syrian city of Palmyra, a UNESCO Heritage Site, as they carried out 158 airstrikes hitting terrorist targets in and around the city. According to the Russian Defense Ministry, more than 100 extremists were killed in the bombardment, along… Read more »

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6th photo ( NCO):

Real lions with their prey.

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Daesh Dashed in Defeat: Syrian Army Pushes Terrorists to North Part of Palmyra After a series of fighting against the Syrian Army, a group of Daesh terrorists retreated to the northern areas of Palmyra; clashes, however, are still taking place in the eastern and western parts of the ancient Syrian city. The Syrian Army destroyed a Daesh tank and two trucks with anti-aircraft guns which the terrorists were firing at the citadel of Palmyra, a source from the Syrian Army’s command headquarters told RIA Novosti. Although clearly losing their ground in the northern areas of the city, Daesh militants continue… Read more »

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It seems one route was left open for ISIS to retreat from Palmyra and most of the terrorists still alive are taking the chance. Worth noting that almost no vehicles left so they are on foot, long walk through the desert to As Sukhna. The advance is going quick now inside the city, based on Elijah’s source on the ground there. https://twitter.com/EjmAlrai/status/713776443768115200 There are comments on the web that the allied forces withdraw from the airport late yesterday was to facilitate any possible retreat by ISIS overnight or today, but no confirmation at all, by now it is what it… Read more »

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I am not much commenting here, but read the stuff daily. Thank you Ziad, thank you guys. The SAA, the Russians, Hizbolla etc. are doing a great job, you too. Anyway, I was just studying trolls on RT Deutsch, where a whole army of crazy trolls is working these days. And it just struck me, that this here is a quality site with quality trolls. This piece from “Fat and overweight incompetent Syrian commanders” was kind of intelligent; say first something that has at least a flicker of truth in it („overweight“ -as fact true – but of course not… Read more »

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As I said: It is not even in the discussion, what do you not understand ?
I do not see this as an issue, And it was mentioned once, perhaps twice.
but is of no significance.

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For a moment I got very excited seeing the severed heads.Thought it was Prince Bandar and George Soros’heads.Well,I’ll just keep on dreaming, hoping. Even McCain’s head would do the world the world of good.

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Never forget Dr. Kahleed Al-Assad who stayed behind to take care of ‘his beloved treasures” or the immortal words of martyred soldier Yahyha Al-Sheghri who told his executioner “We will erase you”.
Bless you noble sons of Syria. You are now being avenged!

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Professor Maamoun Abdelkarim, Director of Syria’s antiquities and museums directorate Palmyra, pearl of the desert, contains the ruins of a great city. Its art and architecture between the first century BC and the third century AD blended Greek and Roman techniques, local traditions and Persian influences. Palmyra was known centuries before the Greco-Roman eras, and during Roman rule its oasis was a station for caravans from the Roman principality in Syria. Its importance rose because of its position along the Silk Road, linking trade routes in Persia, India and China with the Roman empire – a crossroads of the ancient… Read more »

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I always say believe what you see and not what you hear,so look at the pics of SAA to show where they are. Off topic, The MSM are now being reduced in personell, what we are getting is one person writing an article then it is copied and pasted in all other papers, what we also see is governments selling off assets and will tell you its better as there will be competition and reduce prices, the fact is these corporations need to make a profit of 10% per year compounding , we in Australia are now paying twice as… Read more »

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Little left of ISIS in Palmyra/Tadmur, fights continues at the Tadmur Prison complex, the eastern neighborhoods and the western orchards, as of now, most of the city is secured.
With smaller numbers still fighting and roads to Palmyra blocked, ISIS can’t no longer try a effective counter offensive, battle attrition will deplete ISIS to the last quickly overnight.
Easter Sunday will wake up with a liberated Palmyra. God bless Syria.

https://twitter.com/hamza_780/status/713855682425065472

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Ex-EU Advisor: Syria Talks in Geneva ‘Certain to Fail’ Former European Union advisor Paolo von Schirach claims that Staffan De Mistura’s peace program looks certain to fail because of the gap between the Syrian government and the main opposition parties. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — UN Special Envoy to Syria Staffan De Mistura’s peace program looks certain to fail because of the gap between the Syrian government and the main opposition parties, former European Union advisor Paolo von Schirach told Sputnik. “If the success of the Geneva Syria peace talks is based mostly on UN Envoy De Mistura’s powers of persuasion, this… Read more »

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Palmyra ‘not just an archaeological site but a symbol of Syria’ – UNESCO
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Published time: 27 Mar, 2016 00:53
UNESCO official Giovanni Boccardi has praised the Syrian army for its progress in liberating Palmyra from the grips of Islamic State, but expressed concern that more damage might be done to the city’s heritage in the on-going battle.

“To take away Palmyra from Islamic State…to take it away from their control would certainly be a good thing considering what they have done to the city and to the people,” Giovanni Boccardi, UNESCO Emergency and Response Chief of Unit, told RT.

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Good morning ladies and gentlemen. They celebrate now eastern in the west. But the real pascha will be in more than a month. And I hope sincerely that up to this day the axis of resistance will celebrate more and bigger victories in Syria and elsewhere. Hristos voskres! Vaistinu voskres! They make now a big fuss here in MSM about American forces killing one Deash commander and ignore Palmyra as much as they can. And even spineless Bernie scored some victories against Killary. Maybe in the end the Democrats realize that Bernie has much bigger chances against the Donald and… Read more »

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PALMYRA LIBERATED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!No, but wait, SAA doesn’t fight ISIS???

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VICTORY!

Keep faith and trust in the SAA!
God Protects the Syrian Army!

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lol

Obama “apologizes” to Argentina for CIA torture.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/justinholcomb/2016/03/25/obama-apologizes-to-argentina-for-cias-early-dark-days-n2138824

How can this be possible? America is a land of freedom and democracy, and the only people that talk about the CIA and they did this and that are “conspiracy theorists”???

*Sarcasm*

My parody of an MSM-retard who thinks that all western media is true, and anything that contradicts it is false, and that western regimes are about nothing but “freedom and democracy”.

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Wonderful news, dear Ziad. Palmyra is now safe for future generations, thanks to the brave Syrian army and allies. God Bless the noble Syrian people and the noble Vladimir Putin for standing strong against the evil forces of the Evil Empire.