SYRIAN ARMY ENTERS PALMYRA AS ISIS RODENTS HIT THE ROAD HELTER SKELTER

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.703235&lon=38.582611&z=11&m=b&search=al-sukhna

It has been confirmed. The Syrian Army has entered an abandoned Palmyra (Tadmur) as of this morning, 1:00 a.m., EST. The city’s numerous rodents saw the writing on the walls they besmirched and decided to jam their stinking rodent children and slut wives into vans and flatbeds to escape the wrath of the Syrian people who were champing at the bit to rip out their eyes. As they darted away in an anarchic scene reminiscent of movies by D.W. Griffith, the Syrian Air Force laid waste to their escape routes, closing off roadways and traditional caravan pathways, destroying their vehicles in vortices of fire and molten steel, their screaming Sex-Jihad consorts clawing their faces in horror as their children whelped inside the coruscating tombs in which they were enveloped.

The army has now rid the city of most IEDs and mines planted there to slow down the advance into the city. I had received information about this in the morning, but, due to fears about the accuracy of some reports and my own busy schedule, I waited until confirmation arrived from Monzer, in Damascus. It has arrived. The army walked into a ghost town, the inhabitants having been evacuated when the Syrian Army left the city under intense pressure from the Wahhabist terrorist criminals.

The terrorists are heading to the northeast, probably to the town of Al-Sukhna and, then, to Al-Raqqa, where they will make their stand. The Syrian Army has confirmed that the next target is Al-Raqqa. No American or Kurd will be permitted to liberate it. Only the SAA and its allies are bestowed an honor such as this. The march to Al-Raqqa will begin in earnest as soon as the city is properly prepared for defense. Congratulations to the Syrian on this immense victory.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

More on the Sarab II generation anti-rocket system developed by Syrian military research scientists:

http://defense-update.com/20170301_sarab-aps.html

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Sankt ionen
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Wow!

ziad
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very good to see kurds doing this,,there needs to be more trust between them and saa,,this will now make erdoggy dog shit his pants in fury ,,kurds should never have made any bold bets but remined loyal to gov,,now they are learning this once more
BREAKING: Kurdish-led SDF to handover huge section of territory to SAA
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-kurdish-led-sdf-handover-huge-section-territory-saa/

Sankt ionen
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Sankt ionen

Wow !

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Ziad, thanks for the details, the victory is huge indeed, beside the re liberation of this great ancient city, the SAA’s 5th Corp performed awesomely, when they got into T4 airbase 2-3 weeks ago to start this offensive (1st offensive for this new Army Corp trained and equipped with the latest Russian hardware), they will continue on the offensive but yet to known where to go, maybe Der ez Zor, maybe up north toward Raqqa so the liberation of Hama and Central Homs Provinces of ISIS could be done, and maybe they would connect to the Tiger Forces coming down… Read more »
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Fantastic updates and analysis as always Canthama. With Iraq close to finishing off IS in Mosul over the next few weeks, closing the Syria/Iraq border to the free flow of IS and other terrorists, and starting to carry out air strikes against IS in Syria in coordination with President Assad, I would love to see the SAA drive push straight up to Raqqa and meet up with the rapidly advancing SAA forces wiping out IS in east Aleppo. The Manjib news is the best sign that this war is rapidly coming to a conclusion. The Kurds have no hope of… Read more »
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And once the Turks and Yankees are dealt with, then it will be time to deal with the Zionists in the South to reclaim all of Syria.

ziad
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SEEMS LIKE SAA TOOK IT BACK FASTER THAN ISIS GOT IT

ziad
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they need to keep pushing towards sukhana and then der el zoor,,no more set backs ,go go go ,iraqi army should be allowed to take the entire eastern flank all the way to der el zoor as well so the saa is not flanked by the pigs from that side on there way to der el zoor

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Canthama: In my opinion, the smart move would be to clear the M20 to DZ, force a river crossing, and cut IS in two. Clearing the M20 to DZ might be attempted, but that has been attempted before, with all of the gains turning out to be worse than useless because IS managed to stage powerful offensives on more than one occasion because of high command failures of one kind or another. It’s tempting to push for Tabqa and Raqqa, but IS is still very, very dangerous and still capable of mounting powerful offensives with the advantage that they aren’t… Read more »
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Last i heard of the push towards Tabqa it was a probing attack to test ISIS defenses there not an operation to liberate the town/airbase.

karlof1
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Love your prose, Ziad! Would like to learn more about the SAA’s invitation into Kurdish held territory to protect them from the Turks. I wonder who’ll be last to leave Syria: terrorists in Idlib, Outlaw US Empire troops “advising” Kurds, or Turks occupying Northern Syria. My guess is the latter.

Rav G
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I can answer the last question easily.

If the Outlaw ZOG Empire has it’s way, Yiz Attack Forces occupying Syrian Golan will be the last force to leave. In fact, I don’t think they have any decent plans to ever do so, which could represent a great opportunity to prove them wrong and punish their lack of realistic planning.

karlof1
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Drat! How could I leave the Zionist occupiers off that list! I agree that they’ll be the last to get booted out.

Anonymous
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A video of a T-72 somewhere in Syria shrugging off a takfiri ATGM. No secondary explosions. Video cut off immediately after strike. QED Tank lived to fight another day. I can’t make out if there is anti-ATGM protection on the tank.

http://mp4zvezda.cdnvideo.ru/zvezda/klkktxi00006b86wu49ytiw1k10.flv

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Anonymous: T72 wasn’t manufactured with ATGM protection, and a lot of them and earlier marks were lost to ATGM fire and RPGs before the SAA learned how to effectively fight their weapons. I can’t play the video, since I only have dialup, but I’m glad the tank and crew survived, assuming they did. As I understand it, the T72, T64 and T55 are now mainly used as mobile artillery, their high velocity and flat trajectory fire being very effective against fortified positions. Thanks for the note!

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Great news. The Syrian army is on a roll. The Syrian delegation in Geneva should abandon the negotiations and allow the great SAA to liberate the rest of the country by military force. Thanks to the great Russian leader, the Russian army who sacrifice their lives and the Russian people for the success of the SAA. Will the SAA be taking Al Bab, then Raqqa. great is the SAA and they shall prevail.

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Actually I don’t think they have to abandon the negotiations in Geneva. At the rate the SAA and allies are going, they will have liberated all of Syria before any negotiations take place. 🙂

They are awesome!!! So happy for their successes.

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Au contraire. Success on the battlefield strengthens Syria’s position immensely in negotiations. The opposition in Geneva have no cards left to play other than the contrived ‘war crimes’ stories whipped up by the US State Department and its supine allies.

After a succession of stunning, strategic victories on the battlefield, this is the best possible time for Syria’s other heroes, led by Ja’afari, to engage the enemy on the diplomatic front.

In the end, there can only be a political solution. The Syrian government can now define the outlines of that solution for the first time.

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Remember The Russians tried to get a transition government in 2012. where Assad agreed to step aside and to get elections to form a new government but the obhamanation wanted Assad to hand over power eg the SAA to the control of terrorists and leave the country. In essence basically saying hand over control over the country and its people to these head choppers. And they are still going on the same mantra.. I dont think even Assad has the power to tell the SAA to take orders from these barbarians. I say now just give ultimatums like the barbarians… Read more »
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Thanks Ziad

Anonymous
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Russia is mediating rapprochement between Jordan and Syria. As a result Jordan has given Russia and Syria maps showing the location of 8 terrorist bases belong to Ahrar al Sham and the al Nusra Front.

So we may have Iran, Iraq, Turkey (to an extent), Syria, and Lebanon all working together for mutual benefit. Israel is not going to be very happy with this.

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Fcuk mother fcukin Israel.

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Never read Crap:

It’s not that we disagree with you.
It’s just a pointless comment that is a waste of space reserved for intelligent conversation.
*Must do better!

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Wizard: I agree. All the best.

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Ziad put you in control of this website now? Sorry, nobody needs your permission to comment!

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Russians mediating rapprochement between terrorists and Syrian government in Palmyra 🇷🇺✌🏼🇸🇾

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Russian mediated ISIS hunters at Palmyra citadel.

The Rift
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You forgot Egypt and China(business, retrofitting aircraft and rebuilding) 😉

Arklight
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The Turks and Iraqi Kurd leadership appear to be playing both sides, so the sooner the Americans are kicked out of both Syria and Iraq, Erdogan and Barfly will be up the creek, where they rightly belong. Just sayin’ – –

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Thank you, Ziad. The tea tastes a lot better today :o) The Germans withdrew all the way to Berlin, before they capitulated. The takfiri terrorists have no such thing and will be decapitated. Although this is a fight on many fronts, the good news just keeps pouring in: Syrian Forces Seize Al Nusra Underground Tunnel, Continue to Pound ISIS in Deir Ez Zour [Video] – link to Fort Russ Excerpt: “The tunnel was 220 meters long, 2 meters tall, 1 meter long and was used as a smuggling route for the terrorists. The tunnel was also used to carry out… Read more »
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Speaking of the devil

What’s up Jew?

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Russian Ministry of Defense unveils new Spetsnaz team in Syria [+photos] – link to Fort Russ

Excerpt: “ebruary 27, our country celebrated the Day of Russia and MTR released rare footage of special forces special operation of the Russian Federation Ministry of Defense operations in Syria. ”

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Great news, now do we need anymore proof the SAA and ALL of the ground allies are more adapted/mastering to urban warfare?, I am so so happy they have taken the town back and so quickly too. As for the Sarab there is a better way to increase the effectiveness as well as have only one laser with a wide angled lens to do the job, I’ll bet they’ll work that one out pretty soon, and good one them for developing their own systems and should never ever be reliant on others wherever they can. As the saying goes, you… Read more »
Rav G
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This is the first SAA assault on a major town where the enemy defenses crumbled so quickly and where Daesh instinctively fled like a whip-hurt dog. Pure blitzkrieg.

Hopefully SAA now have a force competent, strong, numerous and fearsome enough to increasingly often discourage weaker aggressor elements from even trying to resist and thus cause regrettable casualties on the liberators.

Herr Schubert
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Well I am not as excited as last time but it is good progress. I see that the Lords are trying to foul Brexit and Marine le Pen may get a jail term for showing a video of Isis horrors. Does any of this make sense? Showing this stuff should be mandatory plus a visit to this site to see the dead rats. Perhaps after all the NATO weapons found in IS hands the EU finds exposure of IS really offensive and threatening. So yes we are winning on every front (that’s what the New World Order’s state of panic… Read more »
Rav G
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I am more excited this time around – nothing now to prevent lifting of the siege on Deir if sufficient force is applied in that direction.

Palmyra is good, Deir is legendary. I’d slam into the Deir siege prior to dealing with Rakkah. Judging by the pace of the last few days, they could be there in a week!

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On the other hand, it seems ISIS has thrown lots of its jihadists in futile attempts to pick off Deir ez Zor. My hunch is that Raqqa is less defended than one might think, and the population there is totally against ISIS.

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I’m glad the SAA has succeded !
For now, and whenever ISIS troops are giving the impression of being on the run, outnumbered, crushed, or leaving an open flank, I would be suspicious of a bunch of them preparing an assault somewhere else with fresh troops showing up in a sandstorm (like several times in Deir Ez Zor, or halfway to Raqqah the previous time).
Zero confidence in these psychopaths.

Rav G
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This time they’ve taken a real and thorough pounding in Mosul and their Syrian zone is pretty much on its own – their Iraq end is falling apart. A few days ago, the last supply route to Turkey’s been cut, so no more international jihadi inflow either. They are totally on their own now, and won’t last long.

Finally, USAF has started pounding them earnestly in February and March. My take – CIA has finally completely written their ISIS project off and are moving into evidence destruction mode.

Rav G
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FHTEX – i don’t know enough about the political stance of the bulk of Rakkan population to answer that mate. You may well be right. My thinking was – lifting the siege on Deir would be a massive psychological victory for SAA and friends, and a stupenduous moral blow to Daesh. They wasted so much rodent power to sack Zahreddine boys’ city, only to fail miserably and finally to even keep it locked away. I reckon if the siege felt apart whatever remains of Daesh would get some Mach 3 Gilettes and start grooming in a deadly hurry . Then… Read more »
Herr Schubert
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Yep. Well I can’t forget the antiquities, but by all means finish the job before they get up to even more mischief.

Igor Bundy
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Igor Bundy

Remember ISIS found things that we did not know existed from like 800BC..As it was burred even deeper.. Shows civilization in the area was even older. Far older than Romans. About some chic watering the humans in the desert.. Another athena of the ayrabs..

Herr Schubert
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Not good.

Rav G
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Rav G

Destroy traces of the more ancient civilisations than Roman so that the New Rome can keep deluding themselves to be modeled after the greatest thing that ever popped out of infernal psychopath’s butt.

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Turkey sure played/are playing their game as a puppet for the U.S. Poor Russia suckered because they want their gas line to the EU from Turkey, while Erdogan managed to sucker Iran and Syria into believing he had changed.

I imagine it will be Turkey who will be the biggest sucker now that his game is exposed and the three come after him/Turkey.

Looking so forward to that day!

https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201703021051201589-turkey-syria-military-bases/

FHTEX
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Turkey is definitely not a puppet of the U.S., at least after the failed U.S. coup against Erdogan last summer. Erdogan is foiling the U.S. attempt to set up a Kurdish state. Whether Turkey tries to annex some of al-Bab and nearby areas or simply is holding them against the Kurds temporarily remains to be seen.

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We already know turk roaches; they are going to try to keep it. Russia, Iran,SAA, Iraq will have no problem kicking them out; but the roaches have to be exterminated; they won’t leave virulently. We know the retarded Sultan has dreams of grandeur.

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ayy lmao

>poor Russia suckered because they want their gas line to the EU from Turkey, while Erdogan managed to sucker Iran and Syria into believing he had changed.
belittling Russia and its allies over a sh1tty lie you made up doesn’t make them inferior, stupid libtard shill

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Why are you implying the turkroaches are oh so smart you make them up to be? You’re either an idiot retard or a turkroach troll

Sami
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Do you really think Russia and Iran would fall for that? What are Russian and Iranian politicians? School children. They give the retarded Sultan an opportunity to see what he does, but you can be sure they give it only 10%-30% at best that the retarded sultan has actually learned a lesson. Turks are known for their extra thick sculls.

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Thank Ziad GREAT NEWS.
How T.S Elliot of u today ur entry is so poetic. Luv it..
POST SCRIPTUM:LONG LIVE ASSAD LONG LIVE THE SYRIANS LONG LIVE THE SAA. LONG LIVE A FREE AND LIBERATED PALESTINE
DOCIUS IN FUNDEM LAST BUT NOT LEAST ODESSA WE WILL NEVER FORGET

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1 picture, thousands of words…

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ziad
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lovely pic,,,im so sad the pigs destroyed more of the amphitheatre though,they did more damage to the place ,it was a shame loss to lose palmyra a second time

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@ ziad,

The takfiri terrorists are like a cancerous rot. During removal, one has to cut deep, until one reaches healthy tissue. In this case, that’s the fabric of the Syrian society, as a whole, who have withstood this western instigated onslaught and are defeating it as we speak. One cannot but look in awe at such acts of heroism and be filled with a feeling of the utmost respect for all those martyrs who have laid their lives on the line for a free Syria.

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I agree the Syrian people have set an example for freedom loving people everywhere. Freedom, as the Syrian nation has shown us through the terrible sacrifice they have born to defend their freedom, is more than just a word! A word representing a noble universal principal… a word, also, so very much abused by the very satanic globalist vampires who are sucking the freedom out from us all…. as they enslave us all and degrade our earth. The Syrian people are fighting for their freedom… in many cases for their most basic right to live… their struggle is epic, that… Read more »
ziad
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THEY DONE IT
Syrian army says has liberated Palmyra from Daesh terrorists
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/03/02/512732/Syria-Palmyra-Dmitry-Peskov

YESSS THIS IS WHAT I WANT TO HEAR
Syria reserves right to use force against Turkey: Envoy
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2017/03/02/512756/Syria-Turkey-Bashar-Jaafari

ziad
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“The Syrian Army has confirmed that the next target is Al-Raqqa.”” doubt that very much,,they are more likely to secure sukhana and the road from there to der el zoor and the entire eastern flank before they make a move on raqqa and let us not forget they still have isis north of der el zoor that needs purging to fully liberate it ,,this makes more sense but who knows,maybe they have the man power to do both at the same time?

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@Ziad: I dont know about that Ziad. Rumours have it that the Iraqi popular mobi;lization Units along with Hezbullah and IRGC and SAA plus Ruaf have been coordinating efforts for the last six months. The populuar mobilization forces were on to the anglo-zionist grand plan to allow most if not all takfiris out of Mosul from the western flank to flood eastern Syria. Some did get thru . Der Ezur fiasco . Palmyra was different . They came from Raqqa ,Mosul and from the Yazidi area, also from Jordan. So they say. Hence it appears Iraq, Syria ,Russia seem to… Read more »
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falcemartelo, I agree with you, there is a deeper coordination between Syria-Iraq-Iran-Russia than we know about. The Iraq airforce air attacks in Syria is a glimpse of what is to come. Western Mosul pocket will be controlled faster than initially though, it is basically it is half way through, then Tal Afar pocket. I am not sure whether the IA and militia will take on Nineveh or Anbar first, or both at the same time, it is largely a desert area with dramatically fewer villages, under this aspect it is a perfect ground for the PMU since they have the… Read more »
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Having said that, it is most likely in the short run that the 5th Corp and all allies involved in Palmyra won’t advance much further, maybe enough to strengthen defenses around Palmyra. Any major advance toward Der ez Zor has to take in consideration the dangerous Hama and Homs situation while under ISIS control.

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Canthama: If SAA can force a river crossing at DZ to cut IS in two, pinched against the Iraqi border, and IA and militias work Anbar including the air fields, IS will be in a very bad way. At one time, IA had Anbar pretty well cleared, but that was a while ago. I’m glad that Syria and Iraq are co-ordinating movement. A tip of the hat to both.

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i would not delight in the burning of children, be they sired by wahhabi savages or not. children are not to blame for the fathers they have. women are also not to blame, for in most cases these women were brought up by wahhabis, they had no choice, they were married in most cases by force without a voice in the matter. i would not delight in the burning of women.

i would not delight in the burning of any man except wahhabis who themselves practice such a inhuman act

other then these two points, congratulations on the recent gains.

Rav G
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Juist beat the living s**t of each them with a cricket bat till there’s no pulse left, and save a bit of petrol & this planet some greenhouse emmissions.

Burning is messy. Unless you’re throwing a barbie. In which case it’s intrinsically halal.

Rav G
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(excluding the kids or the sex slaves that no one asked if they were happy to be raped ad infinitum)

((ok, as for the kids, they probably won’t come out heaps more intelligent or less sociopathic than their fathers, but gotsa give them a proper chance to grow up and fail on their own before liquidating))

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@hussein: Agreed on both points.

LTW
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In War you don’t get to decide that , the enemy chose his own fate. They should have thought of their wives and children before entering Syria to Rob , rape , murder, pillage , kidnap , behead, bomb , poison wells, eat human organs, sell human organ etc.

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SAA is not ‘social services” it’s a fucking Army , a killing machine , that is why they use deadly shit like Bombs, missiles Riockets , Tanks etc. They are not the Red Cross or the Red Crecent, they are a fucking army , you do not stop your Army in Battle to care for Kids and wives, you will loose momentum , initiative and most o all you end up demoralizing ypur own troops, -one day they are soldiers fighting a war the next day they are “social workers” ? you can’t fight that way , get with it… Read more »
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YOU are NOT Negan.

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tell that to an orphan, those maimed, those who will never laugh because they have a metal lodged in their body, the widows/widowers/ the VICTIMS OF RAPE OF MOTHERLAND SURIYA!

LTW
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Yah , the Orphans ? Their parents chose for them . Nothing can be done for them . Oh by the way Did you see the videos of 6 year olds in Syria beheading people and shooting people? Nice orphans eh? Did ypu see the video of one of the Chechen commanders in Syria line up 30 people and then had his 10 year old Son mow then down with an Ak/ ? did you see those “kids”? Fuck them all , and Putin agreed ,he just dropped a KAB 500 on Aleppo that killed 67 Terrorist and 17 commanders… Read more »
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hussein, you know my stance on this, young ones (post 10yrs) who have seen what their father does and might continue in the future is going to be suicidal, as for the mothers and babies, well I agree in a sense, people have hated me for saying this before but I will stick by it, the whole terrorist families need to be exterminated, it sounds evil and immoral I agree, but for the future of Syria and maybe some others it is imperative, because with the good (if there are any) there would be mostly evil in those families, i’d… Read more »
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war is hell on earth, granted. is a kid who his father hands him a gun and orders him to shoot a poor prisoner of war guilty of that murder? maybe, maybe not. i am not here to pass judgment, for i am not that wise, nor do i admit to know what stirs in the hearts of men. a ten year old son of a wahhabi savage will turn out to be a savage himself? maybe, maybe not, same as asking will a son of criminal turn out to be one himself. a question which geneticists, sociologists and fortune… Read more »
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Stingray: The women and kids don’t have a lot of choice, but when it comes to the casualties, they need to talk to their men. War is an endless stream of regretible necessities that you become acclimated to after a while. You never get used to it, but it becomes bearable. Sort of.

Rav G
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At least it can never be like Hiroshima and Nagasaki, where B29s exterminated an entire city of zero military and pure civilian value just to demo to Stalin even more than the Japanese what their fancy new gadget can do.

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That is the work we were waiting for. Now SAA will advance for Raqa from south and north. Congratulations to whole the resistance forces that are working together. To liquidate ISIS and after to expels Turks and USAS.

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Lafarge company admits it paid not only ISIS, but various rebel groups, in northern Syria

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Israel pays ISIS and all terrorist groups in Syria.

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Always trust a Jew
You fool, you knOw nUthing. It is the Anglo dogs who do al evil in the worLd.
Jewz are only servents of Enlish pirate queen…. and tHe trayter dog Lavorv.
Jewz are OK. Deth ONLy to all Anglo dogz.

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According to Encyclopedia Judaicus 1913 the Rothschilds are the Vatican’s bankers. The Vatican runs the Queen and the City of London. I also don’t believe the Khazars are at the top, because it clearly states that the Pope elevated the Rothschilds to the Austrian Nobility. Why do the Khazars appear to be in charge? Well you already know that the Saudis run the various ragheads and US runs IS. You never do the dirty work yourself. Besides it is said that the Illuminati despise Jews. So why not give them the dirty job so people will hate them? Regardless of… Read more »
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Yes. Jews were used at court and in mid-level administrative roles by medieval nobles to collect taxes and implement unpopular policies. They got a little wealth and power, but were hated by the common people. Thus, hatred for a class got tangled up with hatred of Jews as a religious group.

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What if the Jew is part Anglo, like most American Bankster ones?

Would you trust such a nasty mongrel by default, or not?

Balordo
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now the buggers/fucking bastards can pay SURIYA for the RAPE OF THE NATION:

Rav G
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-1 vote?

Is that one of the insecure feeling rapists of Suriya voting agains Balordo?

Whats up Jewhadis, is it getting a bit too hot in the kitchen for your personal taste?

One fundamental rule with the rape is – if you ain’t happy to be in the receiving end of it, perhaps try not to dish it out yourself.

One fundamental rules with hot kitchens is – if you can’t take the heat, get outta em. While you still can, alive.

(not that I wish you luck with that)

Rav G
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Maybe we need a safe space for the Takfiri Jihadists supported by the illigal entity of Medinat Yizrael. Feeling a bit threatened and emotionally disturbed nowadays. Maybe their iconically permaliberal pal Gyorgy Schwartz can hook them up with something.

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Russia slowly gets surrounded, and does absolutely nothing. The inevitable approaches ………………………………..

” SOFA agreement with Baltic states quietly signed by Obama before departure clearing way for permanent US military presence ”

http://www.fort-russ.com/2017/03/sofa-agreement-with-baltic-states.html

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The article is dated a year ago. Hard tell what the future will bring with Trump as President. No, I don’t have confidence in his foreign policies, but I do believe he considers costs and how much we are spending in the EU. Agreements can be re-negotiated. At least according to Trump. 🙂

As far as not doing anything, Russia has done much in the way of weapons. I pity any stupe who would really be stupid enough to attack Russia.

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They are not going to attack Russia or China, we are dealing with a predator here, it only attacks the weak , the sick and the lame.

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” The article is dated a year ago. ”

Thats an obvious typo, as the Americans weren’t there yet in theses numbers back then. Either way, the encroachment is real and Russia is getting surrounded.

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You must have forgotten to take note of the fact that article is made last year, concern trolling must be a hell of pain in the @ss to make up isn’t it? Using factual articles to peddle your stupid bs lies to spread the defeatist, concern trolling trash your imbecilic shill friends in your replies have failed to do in the past. And it will fail again.

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Posted by: les7 ” Sorry to rain on the parade but there is the big problem… and why Erdogan can win. Turkey occupies land in the North, the Kurds/US in the NE and Jordan/Israel in the South. This is in addition to the Israeli occupied land in the Golan. Whatever settlement comes at the end of fighting ISIS, Syria/Russia will demand the return of ALL occupied land… and as long as Israel does not leave the Golan, neither will Turkey leave N.Syria and neither will the Kurds negotiate a semi-autonomous zone in the NE. You end up with a frozen… Read more »
LTW
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Yah but you forgot the Syrian people, they are just going to lay down and let all of this happen right? Just more “jew” bullshit fantasy bud.
In the old days we had a sying “no battle plan durvives the first shot” Good luck with your bullshit. in case you haven’t noticed , “usrael’ Turkey , and the kurds/US is in Disarray , their proxy army is getting the shit kicked out of them and is now headingg North back intop turkey. “The worm has turned”

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ancient aliens sucks and full of leftist garbage hidden in between another pile of garbage

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Typical defeatist bullshit story from a stupid shill, get that garbage post of yours back to reddit where it belongs

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Russian mediators supervising ISIS Hunters at the gate of Palmyra citadel.

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Syrian Special Forces..

Tom
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Thank you Ziad. This is wonderful news indeed. Over at Farsnews they are reporting the SAA will push on toward Deir Ezzor. What of ISIS in the mountains to the north of Palmyra. Shouldn’t the SAA clear this out first?
http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13951212000501

Also, another story in Farsnews about SAA upgrading the defences of the T-72

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13951212000429

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Al Hayat Hospital Bridge tunnel in Aleppo city was reopened today after reconstruction from terrorist attacks was completed (02/03/2017)

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Syrian Hezbollah – Al Ridha Forces in liberated Palmyra today (02/03/2017)

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East Aleppo CS 2/3/17 after latest SAA progress.

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Palmyra situation MAP 2/3/17.- Syria. The Syrian Army regained control over Palmyra.

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SAA, checkmate the Turks in whatever undeclared goal they may have set their eyes on, whether it be Raqqa, Latakia or Aleppo. This is the NATO proxy army in Syria right now! Know your enemies.

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GREAT NEWS TODAY. THANKS CANTHAMA & ZIAD and everyone here! Even the best laid plans can go astray! A US-allied Syrian militia has said it will hand over villages west of the town of Manbij to the army in order to stop Turkish-backed rebels taking them. The Manbij Military Council, a rebel militia that is part of the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces, will surrender control of villages around the northern city of Manbij to Syrian government forces within the next few days, an official within the Manbij Military Council said, Reuters reported March 2. The move will come under an… Read more »
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Meanwhile, battered & bruised FSA talks tough! The Turkey-backed Free Syrian army said on Tuesday it will continue to attack ‘regime forces’ and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) southeast of their positions in Al Bab following regime advances south of the city. On Monday, Syrian regime forces advanced southeast of FSA-held Al Bab reaching areas under the control of the SDF. As a result, the FSA factions, part of Turkey’s Operation Euphrates Shield, are now encircled by regime forces and the US-backed SDF to the east and south and are unable to proceed towards ISIL-held Raqqa, which Ankara has always… Read more »
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Oz, these turkish backed terrorists are full of “flatus vocis”, they have lost 25% of their forces killing their former buddies from ISIS, demonstrating a lousy performance and they know it. Turkey has limitations in get all in to occupy northern Syria, which won’t help on the turkish backed terrorists situation. These idiots will continue to hit and run from SDF in Afrin, there will be small skirmishes with the SAA and NDF but they are weakened and without much purpose, they have achieved little versus what it seemed their previous plan to control northern Syria from Tal Rifaat all… Read more »
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Oz, it is happening now, the SAA is taking defensive positions in the large Manbij area under the SDF. The details are still unknown on how far they will go, soon we will see it as it is. Checkmate on Turkey.

https://twitter.com/MIG29_/status/837623759385284608

In Iraq, KDPs are surrendering to Yazidi since they do not want to fight them, it seems Barzani and Merdhogan nigthmare has just begun.

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May the Turkish people finally get fed up and rid themselves of the rat.

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Oz, I’ve never had any doubt that evil will lose, many still think they might, let me put it to you this way, the ideal of the west is to cause mayhem, but by causing mayhem they do not have a plan, and when there is no real plan it’s doomed to failure, we’ve seen this in Korea, Vietnam, Libya, Iraq and everywhere else, it won’t be long before all this literally blows up in their faces.

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If weapons are sold and brass get promotions, it’s not a failure

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UN turning into some obscene version of satans cult.. UN seems to be beyond redemption. Many work there to loot pillage and steal what ever people give them to make themselves feel good after living on the backs of slaves making those pumps in Vietnam. Just another group of imperialists but in the name of humanitarians. As pathetic as the UN human rights commission now.

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The terrorist jew led West are bleeding out the ass. Poor western fucks know that as the whole east grows stronger by the month, they are becoming insignificant.

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“The warring parties” – therein lies the issue. They are not terrorists, with which no sane civilians beyond those in their families would want to live, but they are “a warring party”.
The security of civilians becomes quite evident once you see them as terrorists.
That UN is making this claim is in itself a scandal, since it gives the terrorists equal standing as popular actors, such as states or nations, which the UN charter recognizes as actors on the political scene.
This should be tried and overruled, for it can’t even be legal.

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rule of war do not apply to terrorists or suporters. only to regular formations.

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The rule of war only applies to those nations that are civilized enough to follow them. The U.S.military is a “regular formation”,but they do not follow the rule of war. So it doesn’t apply to them since they are unwilling to follow international “rules”. Maybe some of these other countries (Russia, China and others)should start playing by the U.S.rules. or lack of!

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One America and (their Mickey Mouse Hebrew Outpost in the Levant) are already plenty burden enough on the humanity. Imagine if everyone else started successfully emulating them…

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Neither the rules of the Geneva conventions nor that of the Hague conventions applies to terrorists they applies to legitimate Soldiers. The terrorist s in Syria are not prisoners of war they are criminals. Don’t get too caught up with the UN zionist bullshit , don’t forget that Saudi Arabia is leading the Human rights commission at the UN -if you can wrap your head around that one.

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I believe mercenaries are also not protected by the Geneva conventions, and most of the terrorists are mercenaries. So even if you deny they’re terrorists, they’re still mercenaries.

Also, my understanding was that Syria citizens who were rebels were given the option of amnesty. Was I mistaken

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Only Syrians who did not commit crimes, eg kill other syrians. Like those who dodged the draft can enlist and complete their service. And foreigners in Syria are just mercenaries paid or not. But some can be part of a legal formation so are protected. Since the west recognizes the FSA any foreigner with them also gets that protection. But Al Queda and ISIS do not. Why it was important for Russia to define them as terrorists first.

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The UN is just a joke, look at its Human Rights Chair – Saudi Arabia. And who put KSA there? Obarmy USA and Camoron UK. Homicidal clowns.

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The UN is not a Joke , the UN is exactly what it was created to be- rubber stamp that initiates, authorizes and carries out aggression against countries and individuals the Global Satanic elites deems expendable.

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Interesting development with the Kurdish infighting. See Al Masdar News. “The Kurds” were never a single entity as some divide and conquer trolls on here tried to portray with their quasi-intellectual twitter talk gibberish. Barzani is definitely the bad guy here, dealing with Turkey. Seems like Erdoswine is getting desperate with this last gasp move to change the situation on the ground in North Eastern Syria (so called Rojava). Right now the clashes are between the Yazidis (whom the PKK armed and trained) against barzani Peshmerga. I don’t see this going anywhere besides these skirmishes and Barzani might finally get… Read more »
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Avalon, we crossed comments on the same subject, this events will be interesting to follow.

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Yes indeed Grand Master Canthama. I always believed that the Kurd issue wasn’t so black and white.
The Syrian Kurds’ best bet is to stick with Assad and negotiate a fair deal for all.
It will be a truly wonderful day when Erdoswine and Barzani are subdued. The Americans need to go home too.

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Amerikans need to go home in body bags.

Poor Americans
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That’s better than going home with PTSD and being treated poorly by the Army and society.

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Our cities are full of homeless people, many of whom are vets, (also increasingly joined by the working poor) sleeping in tent shanty towns… near highways.

The elites care little, beyond making a public show of it, for spent cannon fodder units… or any other one of us. When there’s nothing left to squeeze from us we human beings become, for them, useless eaters.

Such is the world the global elite is ushering in for us all… bastardi!

But… so much for their best laid plans
Syria stands… Syria still stands, a beacon of resistance.
For people everywhere, in every land.

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America has long treated its emotionally injured or disabled military veterans as human garbage best shoved under the rug. I am wondering how anyone over IQ 100 still bothers to join based on this blatant fact alone – just look at how many ex military are among the homeless. Shameful.

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Avalon: May be you should consider what is written in E Magnier’s latest analysis (link provided by I Bundy further down). The US might need to but they do not intend to go home. The questions whether the (Syrian) Kurds are united or not, are calling the shots within the SDF or not, are not necessarily the most relevant ones, just because they happen to be tools on the chessboard. Check mate regime change is still in the cards, however in the meantime, stale mate division of Syria seems to be a very probable outcome. The only way out is… Read more »
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Some much for the Kurdish unity….major civil war brewing between Kurds factions in Iraq and also Yazidis. It seems Barzani’s KDP will be under severe pressure from PKK, from PUK and from the Yazidis (YBS & YJS), a huge mess is brewing without much coverage. Currently there are the facts so far: 1) Barzani was told by Merdhogan to act now and advance toward Sinjar area to fight PKK that supports the Yazidis there. 2) PUK seized a oilfield from the Barzani’s KDP forces yesterday near Kirkuk and reports suggest the KDP wants to attack the PKK in Iraq’s Sinjar.… Read more »
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It seems odd that you so frequently leave out mention of the US when the talking about ISIS, the Kurds in Iraq, and even in Syria. Lets be real, Turkey was just a late comer opportunist, who jumped on the ISIS band wagon long after it had gained steam, and is a minor player in the middle east mess comparatively. Who destroyed Iraq ? Who destroyed Libya ? Who created, funded, supplied, and led ISIS ? Who has major bases in Kurd occupied Iraq ? Who’s building bases in Kurd occupied Syria ? We can talk crap about Turkey all… Read more »
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You got a good point, but I do separate the master creation of ISIS under the US/Israhell at the ME crated mess, planned and executed by them, and the day to day events where the other stooges are involved, and that is when I mention turkey in its relationship with Barzani and so on. Each player has its own agenda though the master plan is followed by all. Should a Syrian, in Syria, is asked to rank the countries involved in the coalition of the killing “war of aggression agains the Syrians”, they will most likely rank Turkey as nbr… Read more »
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Canthama – On point observation regarding the bigger and smaller players. The relationship is clear. The larger (of the criminal minded) entities pursue geo-strategic interests and under the B.O. administration and NATO have opted for proxy representation both on the battlefield and well as with respect to the prevailing media narrative (with a lot of ‘help’ in production and dissemination). The UN is clearly another tool in this strategy. The lesser (in terms of relative size) of the criminals (both state and non-state actors) not only serve as proxies, but also pursue local territorial and political interests under the protection… Read more »
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Canthama: Didn’t ISIL stage in Turkey and Iraqi ‘Kurdistan”? If so, Turkey was definitely not a ‘late comer’ to the party, and is up to its topknot in all of the sh*t that followed. They’re also, currently, staging American troops who work with various rat bands, plus hosting Americans committing war crimes through air power from Incirlik, where the Americans have had basing concessions for decades, as well as an American nuclear weapons storage. Turkey would have had to have been in on the ISIL business right from the start.

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Ark, I agree with you, Turkey is not a later comer, that was one of the points I tried to convey to Annunaki. As mentioned, the northern Syrians do blame Turkey for most of the mess, way more than they blame the US. Turkey is directly responsible in facilitating ISIS attack into Mosul and all northern Syria, they traded, they supported each other and they received and got intel. Turkey is directly responsible to chaos in Syria and Iraq, tried hard to get Aleppo and Mosul and failed miserably, and is now trying to get any piece of land but… Read more »
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Everything depends on something. Turkey is indeed number one responsible for the Syrian killing. Without the support of Turkey there would not have been a “FSA” in the first place. The suuply with everything for most of the important “rebel” groups would not happen and Syria could have defended against the others. But Turkey did not order the mess or financed it. So, if Turkey leaves NATO it will end bad for them. If not at least their territory is protected. But their proxy forces could be destroyed in Idlib and there is a very high possibility for some autonomy… Read more »
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Early today the Liwa al Quds and the SAA have re started the western Aleppo offensive, fierce fighting west of Zaraa district at the moment, it seems the first line of defense by al Qaeda were destroyed and the allied forces advanced into the foothill of the Tell Shuwehneh. So far the martyr’s hill and the farms east of Tell Shuwehneh were liberated, and heavy shelling on the latter is happening, no reports of the situation of the village Shuwayhanah. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=36.225200&lon=37.061949&z=15&m=b There could be many implications from this attack, Tell Shuwehneh is just 7 kms from the SAA/SDF forces in… Read more »
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According to Russian MOD.

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The Syrian Army SAA is expected to take control of Manbij city within the next 24 hours after an agreement between Damascus SDF & Russia.

Putin is expected to lead the anti-Trump front in Syria or to engage in …
My take http://alrai.li/tw5yf3s
https://t.co/KfH8qkRRYs

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The Russian Aerospace Forces have destroyed al-Nusra HQ near Aleppo killing at least 67 terrorists, including 19 field commanders.
https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201703031051229049-aleppo-nusra-hq-destroyed/

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Regarding the rumor that the SDF would give not just give a big chunk of territory West of Manbij but even Manbij to the SAA, is my interpretation correct or possible? My interpretation/feeling is that the US pressured the Kurds to evacuate Manbij but now that there is a land junction with the SAA they prefered to give the finger to the US?

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jfb, there is a lot backstage talking and situation that we are not aware of nor it is transparent. One thing that is clear is that most of if not all Manbij district is populated with Syrian Arabs, the minority being Syrian Turkmen. Having said that, there is a sort of logic why the Manbij Council would prefer to have the SAA protecting them versus facing the turkish backed terrorists, radical jihadists in general, strange to this land, while most of SDF forces are trying to reach Raqqa, far from northern Aleppo. This arrangement seems to fit all at once,… Read more »
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The Americans think they can infiltrate Syria via the Kurds, so if Syria and Russia don’t leave the Kurds in the corner with the US as their only way out, then there might be ways to not allow the infiltration to get too deep. Any US presence in Syria means trouble, so it must be avoided. They are only there for divide and conquer. In any future constitutional agreement between the Kurds and the Syrian government, the Syrian government must stipulate that the Kurds cannot host any foreign military bases in Rojava and in return get some sort of autonomy.… Read more »
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”When your town is getting raided by jihadis, but shisha is life”
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SPEAK UP THYLACINE …. I CAN’T HEAR YOU!
Lol….

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The German press agency rhp writes in March 3: arrest: syrian to commit 36 homicides for al nusra.For alleged membership in a foreign Terror Group the police in Düsseldorf and in the vicinity of giessen had yesterday arrested two criminals.The two at the age of 26 and 35 should have been members of al nusra.The elder one is blamed to have killed 36 members of the syrian government as result of a verdict of Sharia law. This is a murder and war crime. The Germans are to 90% against the “Regime” in syria.Our jurisdication is not.We have still a difference… Read more »
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paying for the same real estate again and again. ?

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…that’s what she said….and then she proposed marriage. Imagine marrying a whore from the Turkey and the USA/ NATO/Israel bordello……no thanks biyatch…..fuck off…

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Sir Nigel Farage.

Anonymous
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Some very lucky Iraqis. One of them managed to take out a massive VBIED using a RPG. The video operator loses focus for a few seconds but recovers. The slo-mo shows that the overhead power lines also come down.

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Peter Meluhin, a Russian Major-General was wounded near Palmyra about a week ago. He lost both his legs and his eyesight in a mine explosion. He was air-lifted to Russia for medical treatment. His condition is reported as stable. You can bet the pampered Western equivalent ranks wouldn’t risk their precious bodily fluids by getting this close to the action.

Russian military advisors were spotted at the Palmyra Triangle just before the final liberation. They appear to have been traveling in a BTR-82 in desert camouflage that can be seen in wider angle shots of the Triangle.

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Yes, I wonder when the last time was that even a US Brigadier was killed or wounded. Very rare.

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The picture [or part hereof] you’re using is originally from a Sputnik article, titled: Syrian Army Pushes Daesh 12 Miles Away From Palmyra Toward Deir ez-Zor – link to Sputnik

No mentioning of an attack on a Russian major-general in that article.

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I missed the link to a Yandex translation [of a Colonel Cassad article] at the start of your entry and now realize the picture you added has nothing to do with the attack on major-General Peter Melugin.

Anonymous
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Lizzie Phelan gives a report from the southern front on the action at Palmyra, including nights shots from the citadel immediately after its recapture whilst other parts of the city were still being fought for.

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Such a cute Puppy!!!! Lizzie should do a segment on ISIS feeding the stray dogs in the area. Those thermobarics just melt the meat off the bones.

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Dear Sypers, I Am waiting for this day anxiously. Thanks Ziad for susch a great news. A victory from the determination of a people in fight of superation against the worst kind of human being: the evil soldiers. Thanks also to the all syriam army allies. Following a link with a confirmation of the heroism of the Syrain Arab Army, published on May 29, 2015.

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Up date and latest from some front lines in Syria: 1) West of Aleppo city. Early advance from Liwa al Quds and the SAA toward Tell Shuwehneh was reverted by al Qaeda, basically returning to original front line. 2) Eastern Aleppo Province Five more villages liberated today, i what it appears to be a alignment of frontline to continue the advance toward the water treatment and pumping station at the Euphrates, the Tiger is now 15 kms from it and in between very few small villages and some hills. The liberated villages are : Al Rafai Al Rawdah Abu Jurain… Read more »
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Manned front lines in Syria

SAA has began to enter YPG held areas around Manbij. With Russian Military Police in this area…

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Jenan Moussa‏

I’m here with a tribal source from Manbij. He tells me Manbij city will also be handed to regime soon. And government offices will open too.

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Looks like Kurds have finally figured out which side their bread is buttered on.

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Areas that came under Syrian government control.

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this is the right occasion to sing: evviva la quinta brigada!

next step Deir Ezzor and after with the head of general Zahreddine from south and gen Suhail Hassan from north recapture Raqqa!
As were in 1850 when from south (Sicily) gen Ruffo di Calabria and from North (Abruzzo) gen. Giuseppe Pronio arrived toghether at the doors of Naples and the Franch-Napoleonic barbarians were defeated!

W Syria

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Meanwhile in America, both sides of politics are trying to prove how they don’t talk with Russians too much. It’s a pretty sad and petty look for a superpower. Beneath all the military might lies a paranoid and extremely insecure leadership that can’t handle competition too well. This isn’t the stuff of peak empire, its a crumbling mess. The greatest threat to America is an inside job, and not any Russians, or Chinese or Iranians. Unfortunately the elites and their MSM still can’t see it. Its pretty clear to me where this is going. The US is going to be… Read more »
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Just another case of gangster-ism in the name of government. Bush really has turned the entire US government into the worst corrupt political body in the world. Not that the US government was not corrupt before but it has now become overt. The entire US federal and state governments has turned into corrupt gangsters. When you see that the local police departments Christmas bonus depends on how much money they stole from their districts population, you know things have really gone down hill.. and it just gets exponentially worse the higher up the ladder you go. WW2 did not cost… Read more »
PacificNorthwest
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PacificNorthwest

Bush’s father the first president Bush, when he was head of the CIA orchestrated the whole narcotics trade, to fund the illegal wars in central America. That was when crack cocain flooded our inner cities, spreading out from there.
They don’t call the CIA the Cocain Import Agency for nothing… which brings us to why they’ll always need a few more years to “bring freedom” to Afghanistan, the heroine trade is doing very well… for them.

Igor Bundy
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Igor Bundy

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LTW
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LTW

The Taliban government bbiggest crime was when they wiped out the Heroine tradein Afghanistan and provided alternate crops for Farmers to grow ,the Taliban signed it’s death warrant when they did that , the Rothschild Global Narco Banking Cartel would have none of that .

PacificNorthwest
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PacificNorthwest

The Rothschild have been Opium pushers from way back in the days of the British East India Company which that crime family controlled. It’s been the same game of being the bankers behind every big and many small war’s (since Napoleon tines) while maintaining a grip on the global opium trade.
Behind every evil on this earth there lurks Rothschild machinations.

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LTW
All the British wars were funded by the opium trade, the Rothschilds learnrd early on about the British love for warfare and took advantage of that by (like any good drug pusher would) got them hooked on the easy Narco-money, that’s how we got the mess in Palestine , in ww1 Britain was no match for Germany and were about to be squashed by Germany , so the Rothschilds funded the British war machine in exchange for a Beach head in the middle east – Palestine . (see the Balfour declaration, the British just love to give away other peopl’es… Read more »
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