WHAT’S BEHIND THE QATARI MANEUVER? IT’S GAS, MY BOY–GAS; DERA’A: ALQAEDA DEVASTATED AS SYRIAN ARMY REINFORCEMENTS ARRIVE TO KICK THEM OUT; SYRIAN ARMY BLASTS ISIS EAST OF HAMA IN NEW CAMPAIGN; LIBERATES 6 NEW TOWNS

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Well, it ain’t Iran’s truly honest elections which swayed the Amir of Qatar, Tameem bin Hamad `Aali Thaani, to switch loyalties to Iran.  And, it wasn’t anything to do with the largest American military base in the region at Al-‘Udayd.  In fact, the switch to Iran while hosting the U.S. would seem an unlikely coupling.  But, not if you are a mini-state on the verge of self-destruction through a disadvantaged economic position.

You see, folks, once the natural gas pipeline is completed from Iran, across Iraq, to Syria’s coast, Qatari gas will be so expensive that the country will float on its cash reserves for a couple of years and then, implode.  No more Qatar.

Hmmmm.  The Iranians thought.  What if we let the Qataris in on the deal?  What if we share the natural gas pipeline?  What if we can drive a wedge between Qatar and the rest of the Arabian trash on the Gulf?  Wouldn’t that be British of us?

And so, it has happened.  Iran has agreed to give Qatar a share of its rights in the pipeline to Syria and Damascus has agreed as long as Qatar discontinues its support for Al-Qaeda, ISIS and all the other rat groups like Faylaq Al-Rahmaan.  Soon, Qatar’s useless military officers will be withdrawn from MOK in Jordan.  And, better yet, Qatar is now absolved from any further obligation to the so-called “Saudi coalition” in the very unpopular war in Yemen.

The Saudis are enraged.  How could Qatar support the Muslim Brotherhood, a group of Islamist fundamentalists who are deeply opposed to rule by primogenture or dynasticism?  And, how could Qatar, a fellow rag-head nation hand its baton to Shi’I Iran, Saudi Arabia’s main enemy in the region?  How, indeed?  The Egyptians, so affronted by Qatar’s actions, accepted a check from Saudi Arabia in the billions in order to get it to pull its embassy out of Doha. Even the “government” in East Libya also departed.

Will Saudi Arabia attack Qatar with the U.S. base right there?  Hardly, unless the U.S. pulls its assets out which will cost Mr. Trump a pretty penny.  And how can Saudi Arabia do anything about it when it has its own paws full in Yemen?  Politics make strange bedfellows – the U.S. and Iran in a menage a trois fit for the history books.  I can’t wait to hear Trump explain this one away.

Don’t pay attention to the Washington stink tanks. They are deliberately hiding the facts from the pushover press.  Pathetic. Let’s watch and see how long Saudi Arabia will take to act now that it’s enemy, Iran, is right on the border. ZAF

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DER’AH:

الجيش السوري بالتعاون مع حلفائه  يسيطر على1400 كم مربع في البادية السورية شرقي تدمر خلال 24

 

The Syrian Army was attacked the day before yesterday by Alqaeda/Nusra in positions held around the northeastern and northwestern Al-Manshiyya Quarter.  The Syrian Army knew that the terrorists were planning this attack by monitoring their movements, accumulating reports from citizens and by listening in on their traffic.  It was certain that they would attack before the column of reinforcements from Damascus was set to arrive today.  It was a disaster for the terrorists.  Not only are they intellectually inferior to the minds directing the Syrian military forces, they are also fighting now with a diminishing belief that God is on their side.  The rout was so massive, the SAA had the full opportunity to conduct a field assessment without fear of snipers.  The snipers, actually, had been eliminated by highly precise artillery and rocket fire which brought several buildings down on their heads.  Here are the names of the deviants killed by the Syrian Army.  These are all Alqaeda members:

1.  Wasseem Yunus Thallaaj Al-Masaalima (This is the rodent who commanded the terrorists on the ground)

2.  Hassan Subhi Abaazeed (Another field commander who just didn’t luck out)

3.  Mahmoud Haamid Al-Zu’bi (Another failed commander)

4.  Kaasib Muhammad Al-‘Umar

5.  ‘Abdullah Naadir ‘Izza

6.  Saalim Muhammad Al-Shaykh Abu Shawsha

7.  Mustafaa Muhammad ‘Awadh Al-‘Issa Al-Haaj-‘Ali

8.  ‘Uthmaan Muqbil Falaaha

9.  Khaalid Muhammad Al-Sabaasina

10. Tawfeeq Ahmad Al-‘Umar

11. Ahmad Mahmoud Al-Muhsin

12. Mahmoud Haamid Mahmoud Al-Zu’bi

13. Ibraaheem ‘Addaad Al-Karraad

14. Ahmad ‘Aarif Al-Muhsin Al-Mahaameed

15. Husaam ‘Umar Al-‘Umar

16. Mousaa Khaalid Al-Karraad

17. Ismaa’eel Khaalid Al-Taalib

18. Naassir Bakkoor Al-Fallaah

19. Raami Tawfeeq Al-Masaalima

20. ‘Abdul-Hakeem Arsheedaat Abaazeed

21. Ismaa’eel Khaalid Al-Taalib

22. Saamir ‘Umar Al-Zu’bi

23. Haasim Hassan Al-Mahaameed

24. ‘Abdul-Wahhaab Saalim ‘Umraan

25. Ziyaad Ahmad Al-Hassan (a/k/a “Abu Suhayb Al-Ansaari)

26. Badr Muhammad Al-Khateeb

27. Abu ‘Umar Al-Hawraani (Id. pending)

MAY THEY ALL BURN IN THE FLAMES OF HELL.

It is estimated that around 100 were wounded.  The Syrian Army destroyed 2 tanks, 3 rocket launchers and 1 armored car.

Note to readers:  The names Al-Mahaameed, Abaazeed, Al-Masaalima, Al-Zu’bi are all the prominent clans of the Der’ah area.  Their names have popped up constantly in the lists of the dead for 6 years and it’s amazing that they have not become extinct.

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HAMA:

Al-Salamiyya Area:  The SAA, flush with news weapons and soldiers freed from other entanglements around the country, barreled into ISIS positions with T-72 tanks armed with the domestically produced Saraab 1 anti-anti-armor deflection system and punished ISIS mercilessly.  As of today, these towns have been liberated:

‘Akash

Umm Mayl

Al-Hardaana

Abu Hubaylaat

Al-‘Arshoona

‘Uqayrabaat

 

Note to Readers:  The Russian Reconciliation Center at Humaymeem has announced that over 1,500 towns have now joined the reconciliation program.  Imagine how many Syrian soldiers are now free to pursue the terrorist vultures.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Anonymous
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The terrorists have managed to shoot down a Syrian Mig-21. It looks like the pilot was fatally injured in the hit. That meant couldn’t be paraded and tortured by the barbarians. May the pilot RIP.

I wonder if the hit was made with a MANPAD? The US has supposedly supplied them.

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Anon: Hmm. Which rat mob did it, where was it done, and where is the verification? Not saying it didn’t happen, but unconfirmed reports a a nickel a bushel, and turn out to be fabricated from whole cloth. Be well, my friend.

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Ark, it is confirmed, it was a Mig23BN, SAAF, pilot was shot dead after parachuting and landing.

https://twitter.com/rofoca_lucifuge/status/871713358982123521

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These dumbasses with no self-control do NOT understand that a pilot alive is worth a lot and can be exchanged fairly easily. They are really horrible at waging a war in a smart manner. CIA patsies with negative IQ’s.

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LONDON PSY-OP BUSTED WIDE OPEN!

ziad
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ohh common aout this wild tale on qatar having some kind of collusion with iran all to do with oil pipeline and as if syria would be low enough to allow these bastards who been pushing isis and all kind of garbage on them in on the proceeds,,yes qatar dismissed as lies these leaked emails making them look friendly to iran,,but in reality it seems plausible that saudi is needing a small scapegoat to blame on terrorists in syria and iraq and to appease the yanks ,but who knows ,also why the hell is iran trying to mend the tension… Read more »
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Agree, USA and Iran are not working together in this. It’s not really about some ransomes, either. It’s about gas. This comes from Russia. Putin sat down with the Khalifas a year or more ago, and sold them Gazprom shares. Brilliant move — he’s split the Gulf apes apart. THAT’S what this is about.

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Omran Daqneesh’s Father Exposes the JEW Controlled Media

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Ron Paul Liberty Report – Londonistan False Flags: Don’t Blame Iran

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LONDONistan Psy-Op Busted Wide Open!

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South Front – Syrian-Iraqi War Report – June 6, 2017: ISIS Slaves Of Israel Advancing In Deir Ezzor

Rav G
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Only a sub-retard shoots dead a pilot with years and millions of fuel, airframe time, instruction time, and weponry spent on training.

I’d execute 200 FSA subanimal prisoners for one executed pilot.

The pilot’s life is still worth more than all their ones sadly.

Herr Schubert
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No. Their IQ is 404. All of them.

Faithful Reader
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Totally right, Thuc!
that is why they will lose.

ziad
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weather it was mechanical failure like we are hearing on syrian arab army fb or it was shot down like the pigs claim im not sure what to believe anymore ,also because how do you explain the way his body is torn in pieces according to this article? https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/18-graphic-content-syrian-fighter-jet-shot-desert-land-pilot-killed/

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This video shows the wreckage spread over a very wide area, with some parts heavily burnt and still smouldering. The burnt and unburnt fragments are interspersed. The evidence suggests a mid- air explosion with a localized fireball which probably burnt the pilot as he ejected, e.g. a fuel tank fire would be a strong possibility.

The remains of the pilot are shown censored towards the end of the video.

ziad
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it’s confusing to say what happened,if he was shot down or had mech failures,,but i seen footage of the body that looks like it is in a few severed pieces ,torso in half,lower legs severed,non of it makes sense in a normal crash but he also seems to have deployed his chute ,and in another vid by so called rebels they are filming shooting at him(allegedly the same pilot) as he is parachuting down and he was in one piece from what i could see ,so i can understand what happened to him afterwards,,did they do that to him after… Read more »
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From the videos I saw, it looked like the ejection failed or maybe the pilot was badly burned in the ejection. The upper rear part of his body looked extreme 3rd degree burns. Some of the wreckage is also heavily burnt, other parts not, which suggests a localized fireball. The plane wreckage was spread over a very large area indicating it exploded in the air. There was little obvious signs of what happened other than a few small rectangular holes in the wing area (at 1:52 in video). It didn’t look like a simple explosive warhead MANPAD hit (compared to… Read more »
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Canthama: Now the rats are leaving Syrian and Iraq for the Phillipines? If they ever extablish a squad of fighters on Mindinao, it will take a company of troops to contain them. If they establish a company sized unit, the Phillipines are in serious trouble, and if the IS brings about a battalion, the Phillipines are basically screwed. Thanks, Obama, you slimy ratbastard Muslim Brother.,

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Yep, it seems any country opposing to the US it gets the ISIS or al Qaeda treatment, something that is becoming so obvious to all, one day this evil strategy will backfire, the US and EU are walking in the wild side of history, very risky indeed.
I believe any war in the Philippines will be tough, many island, jungle etc…it is a long process, but the country has a lot of people and their army will pour resources upon resources to eradicate ISIS, it may take a while but it will happen.

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Canthama: During WW II the Japanese had over a quarter million men deployed to Mindinao in a useless effort to contain the ‘US Forces in the Phillipines’, which peaked at about 35,000 men. The Phillipines does not have the resources, the Americans are so much the opposite of helpful, and I’ve no idea if the neighbours of the Phillipines have ground forces to spare for assistance.. This could be very bad. The people setting ISIS upon the world have no power of deductive reasoning, being the product the the American educational syster – – IS is already here, and at… Read more »
Jacques Cuse
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German women can easily take care of themselves. They’ve become just as bitchy as American women. That also explains why many German men are just as pussywhipped as most American men.

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There are the same kind of women in any country. Your name indicates that you are ruled now by Makron and his mommy.
German men are as strong as always. That is why evil gouvernment accuses them to be Nazi and else.

Jacques Cuse
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You’ve obviously never lived in the USA. Luckily I’m not french but happen to live in France, just for the time being, et “J’acCuse” all filthy neo-con libtards here and everywhere possible. With my Rus woman we whip as much French pussies and other ignorants as possible into some understanding of the state in the world, of which they’re awfully oblivious.

Salutations from Aquitaine. Viva Syria!

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The MEK just blew up a bunch of stuff in Tehran.. Guess this is the price for taking them off the terror watch list.. But even before they were openly fund raising in DC All these terror outfits are a US/UK creation.. A real bonafied rebel outfit was the LTTE and even if very powerful they could never face an army. We have plenty of examples of rebels,,, We now know the Russian revolution was not really a revolution.. It was as much a British creation as ISIS..

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Maybe the Islamic Republic can sort out those that are shielding the MEK Judeoterroristic scum now. Those at the very arse end of Europe whose name starts with A.

Seeing Pasdaran units fighting on the Serbian side in the next Balkan war would be quite interesting, to say the least.

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I doubt that we would attempt to protect our women with Tornado fighter jets. And the problem is our gouvernment. They settle that rat population in Germany by purpose. Divide et impera.

Rav G
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Prep up and self-liberate my bratwurst popping friend. Zionists wont eliminate themselves for you.

Nobilitatis
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The Phillipines have the problem for years already. Just another name adopted. And it sits in the islands. Jolo et al.
The good Point is that the philipinos are catholic and the extremists are a darker people (Moros). If efficiently organised the Philippine army could rout them.

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Canthama, that’s right. US commands ISIS. CIA trained. Duterte tuned to Russia and China for help to deal with ISIS and push out US influence and control. Duterte will succeed. US is losing control they’ve had for 50 years. It’s time for the New Silk Road.

ron
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Shot dead after landing? The Zionist trainers of these scum are certainly imparting the rules of war in to their pupils.

Arklight
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Abon: Which rat gang did it, and where was it done? Do you have confirmation? Unverified reports are a nickel a bushel, and all too often turn out to have been fabricated of whole cloth – – not saying it didn’t happen, but citing a reliable source would be a nice touch. Be well, my friend.

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It was eastern Qalamoun/Suweida front line, just south of al Seen airbase. Syrian Government sources say the plane had a technical failure and it was not shot down, more videos are needed to confirm all the story, it has happened before, with other SAAF planes in the same area, though.

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Anon, confirmed now, MIG-23ML serial nbr 2797, piloted by Colonel Kamil Smetah/Dumyar airbase, KIA, crashed due to a technical failure.

https://twitter.com/WaelHussaini/status/871793200058511360

Wael Hussaini writes for Russia Insider and is based in Damascus.

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Those old mig’s are very dangerous.. India lost over 200 pilots. Forcing them to buy new jets from anywhere as long as technology could be transferred and wont get stuck with another mig like fiasco.. no spare parts.. They literally fall out of the sky.. I think india might pay someone to take those few thousand migs left off their hands.. Amazing these things could fly rings around their US counterparts at one time..

Canthama
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Igor, agreed, and their millage is simply huge, incredible work done by the maintenance team to keep them flying, but material fatiga is tough to prevent.

Rav G
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I am amazed so many of those 40 year old birds are still flying after all these years of real war service.

Jonas
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Well, it’s a 50 year old design, we can’t expect miracles.

Rav G
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If the US has supplied the Stinger, then it’s a GAYPAD

Jacques Cuse
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LOL ROFL, Thanks!

ron
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I can’t understand why a high ranked pilot would be in one of those old MIGs when newer gen fighter jets are available. Any ideas anyone?

davd
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The recent incidents in the UK may have an effect on the support some of these groups gets in Syria, Especially if Corbyn wins. Online no one is buying the mainstream narrative on the attacks. The most surveilled country on Earth. More CCTV cameras per mile than any country in Europe and not one piece of footage released. Does anyone find this suspicious?

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Some years ago in a town close to where i live a brutal murder of a shop owner took place, the two assailants fled on a small motorcycle (without helmets) along the main street. This street was littered with CCTV cameras. None of these cameras recorded the assailants, they were all turned off to save money. Just because they are there doesnt mean that they are working or recording. Having said that I doubt UKGov wants to share anything with its citizens, the fear of stoking a fire is too great. Just look at the damage limitation that is in… Read more »
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Here, the council had to fire six CCTV officers for looking in bedroom windows. 🙂

davd
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Why is no one being fired in the UK. Their incompetence caused people to die?

davd
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There were dash cams on all the buses on the bridge during one attack. And no dash cam footage either. And a body under the back wheels of a bus with no blood spillage looking remarkably like a dummy. All very odd

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Davd
Not odd at all – they were daesh-cams, after all!

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funny mate

the Thylacine
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Staged event, just like the Westminster bridge attack, just like the Manchester event. The May bitch & Co don’t dare to mount a real attack — too many freaked-out ”helpers”, knowing this is stealing the election by fear. The Brits are masters at this — after all, they’ve been doing it since Guy Fawkes in the 17th C.,? — an early false flagged patsy.

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Back then the Catholics (such as Guy Fawkes) were the boogie men.

fredjc
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‘Ello ‘Ello – Wot’s goin on ‘ere then…

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the moves of the stuff looks like the preparatory actions as they did in the Berlin attack. false flag actions have turned to become a mainstream tool for ordinary security and emergency stuff just the same way like changing stage settings for the next shoot according script

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The assailant in the Manchester incident was known to the security service. He was a member of the anti-Gadaffi Libyan Islamic Fighting Group which had been based in Manchester for 20 years. The LIFG is a designated terrorist group and the assailant was under travel restriction until Libya when miraculously he was free to travel to Libya. Then he was allowed back into the UK. A leak from the US revealed that late last year the FBI warned MI5 that the person was planning an attack. Even better, he took part in a video called ‘Jihadist Next Door’ shown on… Read more »
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I’m surprised Corbyn isn’t making a big deal of that. May was responsible for letting him and his father go back and forth to Libya. Instead, he’s just talking about her reducing police budgets. Weak.

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MI6 pulls rank over MI5. The Home Office doesn’t support terrorism, the Foreign Office does, but leaves the Home Office to carry the can.

Jacques Cuse
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Hav a look at this interview with Olle Dammegaard about these false flag fake attacks. They are even sub-contracted to specialist business.

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I’m soaking up Ole’s perspective. He’s also done a couple good shows with Dr Kevin Barrett on noliesradio.

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So what we do is : post laughing online at the “terrorist event” to ridicule them.

GREAT ENTERTAINMENT, guys!

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The Qataris should have some juicy details of the setting up of the whole terrorist process – including the creation, funding, training and arming processes. I wonder if the Zionist stooges will invade Qatar – to save us from terrorists, naturally – while in reality capturing such records and looting the gold from the Qatari central Bank (as seen in Libya). Their holdings are about 30 tons, worth some $2 billion. That alone might make it worthwhile for some covetous folks.

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I think Qatar did the math and saw where the money will lay in the very near future, surely not with the Anglo-Zionist Alliance who are on the verge of a world-wide eclipse. The future is with the growing alliances between Russia-Iran, (Eurasian axis) and to an extent China and India. This really was a move of self-preservation if you ask me. Anyone who follows the dying decrepit Zionist-inspired Anglosphere will share their fate. I will also point out that in 2016, Qatar awarded Italy (the least Zionist country in the EU and most pro-Russian) an enormous $5 billion bid… Read more »
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Qatar is simply switching to stronger side. It is proof that saudi stone age ship is sinking faster than we think.

Sicel Joe
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For sure, who knows how they may have been persuaded! A hypothesis: Iran could have revealed some balistic missle data in their arsenal that might have caused them to ponder a while and then, convince themselves to desist in trying to dig their own graves in the very near future. Remember the rather audacious warning that Teheran recently gave to Riyadh? In short, it went something like: If you are so stupid as to launch an attack upon us, we will leave nothing left in Saudi Arabia except for Mecca and Medina. I guess some people are just smarter than… Read more »
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Note that it was Vladimir Putin who brought the Qataris over. He sat down with these oily shitheads a couple years ago. The al-Khalifas have bought into Russia’s Gazprom.
Putin plays chess, while the Beltway nonces play checkers.

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Actually, Beltway dunces play stickball….the world is turning away.

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Lets not forget that Qatar and Iran share a huge gas deposit – the joint South Pars gas field. The Saudis can try to peddle their trash, but at the end of the day, Qatar has its own interests as well, some of which align with Iran. Iran can definitely capitalize on this feud. But will Qatar buckle under this pressure? That is the big question. There is alot more to what we see on the surface here. Ziad’s assessments could be true, but since I’m not so clued in, I will wait and analyse the reactions to this event,… Read more »
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“Sharing a gas field” means that one get the main share of that gas and the other one not. Usually that is a very good reason to work against the other. Cooperation means giving up.
Ziad is absolutely right, the price settles it and a pipeline is much cheaper than the liquified gas. Why do you think such a ministate as Quatar invested so heavily in the Syrian war?

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Qatar (unlike Saudi Arabia) is a bitter enemy of Israel. Turkey ditto, following the Mavi Marmara incident. My hunch is that Turkey and Qatar were brought in simply to be the fall guys. A few whispers of positive outcomes, loads of backhanders and the stupid venal leaders would swallow the whole thing hook, line and sinker and become the apparent driving forces. In the eyes of the real masterminds behind this, it is far better that some second raters go down (in the eyes of gullible public) as the ‘state sponsors of terror’ rather than Saudi Arabia, the US or… Read more »
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Qatar is the ‘bad’ guy now ‘cos they’ve done a deal with Russia – it happened a while ago and I’ve forgotten the ref – maybe it’s in my history – anyway the deal was along the lines of Gas for a substantial share in a Russian bank – so maybe the Iran – Iraq – Syria pipeline is the big threat here?

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Ziad, thanks for the back story on the unfolding events with the schism between Qatar and it’s former bedfellows. Agreed that the relationship triangle there is going to get interesting, in some ways as it already is in Iraq where US forces are tactically coordinating and relying on Iranian backed militias, while bombing these same groups in Syria. Things are moving quite rapidly now, your insightful reporting is invaluable for those who want a dose of truth instead of swilling on the MSM kool-aid.

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Supporting Ziad’s wonderful opening regarding Qatar > “Bahrain, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia severed all ties with Qatar. All sea- and airspace have been closed for Qatari traffic and the land-routes severed. All Qataris will have to leave those countries within 14 days. Qatari diplomats were given just 48 hours. The immediate consequences are huge. Some 37 million passengers cross through Doha each year. But Qatar Airways now has to fly through Iranian, Iraqi and Turkish airspace to reach Europe. (If the situation persists the UAE owned Emirates Airways will likely order a huge bunch of new… Read more »
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Sorry – intended to also include this para. in summary above in case you don’t have time to read the link. >
“The U.S. military has huge interests in Qatar and other Gulf countries. Al-Udeid in Qatar is the biggest U.S. airbase in the Middle East. It is also the forward headquarter of the U.S. Central Command with some 10,000 U.S. soldiers and leads the fight against ISIS. The U.S. Navy fifth fleet is hosted in nearby Bahrain which has now declared a cold war with Qatar. Any spat or difficulty between the Gulf countries hinders U.S. military operations.”
http://www.moonofalabama.org/2017/06/the-gcc-states-led-by-saudi-arabia-will-collapse-into-oblivion.html#more

Mike.

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The more plausible thing for US to do will be to orchestrate a coup and install a leader in Qatar who will toe the Saudi and American lines

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…leads the fight against ISIS…. really?

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I imagine Qatar Airways, like Emirates, already fly the Iran, Iraq, Turkey route to Europe from the Gulf

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I have mentioned this before. Was there a bigger game being played? I mentioned this 3-4 years ago. How to get rid of those Sunni insurgents in Iraq? Was the Isis strategy not just a giant rat piper into Syria? Did they make a deal long long ago with Iran? I have written about this before. So if I figure it all out one day, you did not fool me!

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So surprising about the quatari but .. well

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I a full fledged Qatari isolation operation underway?
The unsupcicouis CNN (with some truth in the middle):

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/06/05/middleeast/qatar-diplomatic-rift-live-blog/index.html

Thanks Ziad. I was not aware of this very interesting movement.

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The declaration of “compulsory military service” issued by Syrian Ministry Defense was accepted by the Hasakah Military Council.

Hasakeh citizens will be allowed “military service” to those who want serve in the ranks of the Syrian army.

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Iran FM @JZarif just talked with his Qatari counterpart.

Iran: Everything is on the table..

Qatar: Would you mind sharing a base with Germans?

Erdogan: My horse will still stay on the base?

Merkel: Damn Putin…

Berlin 2announce final decision regarding troops withdrawal from İncirlik air base on Wednesday

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“Final decision” already decided. German air units move to Jordan. Tells me that this front will win importance soon. Heard already about US attacking SAA here in favor of “vetted” rebels. The only defense would be Russian planes shooting back.

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Doha reportedly paid al-Qaeda $1000 Millions US$…

Commanders of militant groups and government officials in the region told the Financial Times that Doha spent the money in a transaction that secured the release of 26 members of a Qatari falconry party in southern Iraq and about 50 militants captured by jihadis in Syria. By their telling, Qatar paid off two of the most frequently blacklisted forces of the Middle East in one fell swoop: an al-Qaeda affiliate fighting in Syria and Iranian security officials.

https://www.ft.com/content/dd033082-49e9-11e7-a3f4-c742b9791d43

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I’ll take your word for it Igor, I don’t fancy subscribing to FT.

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Sorry but it was a regular page.. Maybe I got the wrong link.. Some very interesting info on it.. When I cut it said dont copy articles and post links only.. https://www.ft.com/content/dd033082-49e9-11e7-a3f4-c742b9791d43 https://www.ft.com/content/dd033082-49e9-11e7-a3f4-c742b9791d43 The $1bn hostage deal that enraged Qatar’s Gulf rivals Doha reportedly paid al-Qaeda affiliate and Iran officials to win release of royal hunting party Members of Iran-backed militia Kata’eb Hizbollah, which kidnapped the Qataris in 2015, on parade in Baghdad © Reuters Qatar paid up to $1bn to release members of the Gulf state’s royal family who were kidnapped in Iraq while on a hunting trip, according… Read more »
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Thank you Igor; I didn’t mean to be bitchy.

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It’s free for limited use, Guy, and you don’t have to log in every time.

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This smells like a diversion. FT is known to peddle propaganda on behalf of the empire. To say that this whole mess was all about Qatar making a ransom payment to Al Qaeda and Iran, is absurd. To me it seems like what is happening was planned when Trump visited the Saudis. Qatar is being set up to take the fall, in an attempt to crush all dissent in the new Sunni-led bloc Trump and the Saudis are trying to create to fight Iran. The first indicator I have is some countries that were rather odd to join this embargo… Read more »
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I agree with you.. But the information on FT has elements of truth in it. We already know a lot of the details. 50 Hezbollah held by al queda for 500 terrorists held by Damascus and exchange of 10,000 civilians and 5000 militants in 4 cities and money paid and release of the qatari royal families.. But that dont do it justice on the trade… 50 words???? for news it has to be 5000 words.. But also 200 children killed and injured.. and the deal still went through.. What ever the case maybe.. If the US could not take out… Read more »
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The graph shows why the US wants a war.. Average age of 5500 air craft is over 25 years.. In a war those can be replaced in a few years.. Like the US replaced those 10,000 aircraft’s after Vietnam..

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The graph shows why the US doesn’t want a war.

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There are always the $98M per each new plane F-35 to save them!

It’s so shit they’ll need to make two F-35s to qualitatively replace every old F-15 and F-16.

Winning, bigly!

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The US also plans to get rid of the A-10, the US equivalent of the Su-25 close support ground attack aircraft. The US ground forces rely on A-10s to get them out of trouble e.g. if there is a fair chance they will get their hair mussed doing some fighting.

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And F-35 carries, what, one quarter of missile payload of A-10?

So it takes 4 sorties in a 5 times more expensive airplane to get the same job done?

Same bombs delivered at 20 times the airframe cost. Winning.

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Yes, winning for Northrup.

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Not really, as I’m from a country (Bangladesh) heavily dependent on Saudi, a state which we are in now position to displease (due to our huge expatriate workforce there sending remittances back to what is a poor country), I am aware of their influence. It’s not just in this case but in other cases where the Saudis merely have to whisper something to micro-states like the Maldives and others and they will dutifully comply. Plus even in that Wiki link it has a list of lots of other countries not just the Maldives and Mauritius that were present in that… Read more »
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Gotta completely wean off that Saudi teat ASAP anyway, as it will run dry for everyone in a couple of years one way or another no matter how bad your pollies lick their paedo dicks. But MD, you’d know that full well anyway…

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I remember at one time when all the crooks lived in the UAE openly. When india tried to get some people responsible for terrorist activities, the uae did not even bother to reply. It is not so any longer. indians dont get treated much better but the govrnment dont get pushed aside like before either. Even the psychophant pakistani government dont get ordered. Considering pakistani’s get treated far worse than most. They refused not only give them a nuke but also to send any troops to fight their wars even though the pakistani army is what protects the saudi’s. Maks… Read more »
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Elijah J. Magnier‏
#Qatar Minister to #Iraq PM Abadi said: Return the money if you don’t need it
http://ara.tv/wzj77 via @AlArabiya_Eng

Story on Iran taking &1bn from Qatar as ransom is fak2. Abadi overtly confiscated the money
https://www.alaraby.co.uk/english/news/2017/4/25/abadi-iraqi-government-is-holding-qatari-ransom-money

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Hello Syrpers, it’s my first post here. Long live Assad and Syria.
First of all, excuse me for the off-topic: Anyone knows what has happened with the Youtube channel ‘R & U Videos’?
I know it has had several changes of names and so in the past and I keep waiting for it to reappear but can’t find it again.
I used to inform myself with Syrper, R & U, TopeteGlz and AlMasdar News. Fuck the MSM!

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polilin, welcome my friend. R&U rocks. Its under R&U III, see link below. He continues to be very active, last video was 10 hrs ago.

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finally with english subtitles, many thanks

Draco
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russia forpost uav seen, they say it costs $6 Mln, but cant imagine this cost 2 times more than Armata tank

polillin
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Thanks a lot Canthama! I forgot to thank Ziad and you and the rest of regular participants in this page for your contribution to spread the truth in this ocean of misinformation we live nowadays!

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These SU-30 are really big birds, for a fighter.

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seems that 20 meters is the new 12 meters. A bit like cars. VW Polos are now the size of older Golfs.

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Nice first post, polillin. 🙂

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In Deir Ezzor the Titans Heroes of SAA and the People of the invincible town are fighting the biggest and most ferocious attack from Israel-ISIS. Some people says ISIS and Kurd’s betrayers agreed in a quite cease fire in all the south front so ISIS can fight SAA in Deir Ezzor. I don’t know if it is real or not but is enough that it is probably. Gen. Zahreddine is on the first line as usually and is fighting back the Israel-ISIS hienas. God is with our heroes, I am sure! For betrayers and Israhell this night will be another… Read more »
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Ciao Giulio, come stai amico mio? It is a fact Der ez Zor is the center of the actions lately, it is ISIS last chance and its master are demanding them to take it at any cost. The heroes defending this city and over 100,000 civilians will go down in history books like the Iliad book. For the past 4 days, thousands of ISIS terrorists are trowing waves after waves against the SAA defensive lines near the Panorama roundabout, folks lost count on VBIEDs used, way over a dozen, these VBIEDs had made holes in the defensive lines and ISIS… Read more »
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Seems to me they want to PROVOKE the Syrian army to RUSH TO THE RESCUE!!! One should be very careful!

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Amen, Canthama, the defence of Deir ez Zor will be likened to the Trojan ‘300’, the divine Battle of Kurukshetra, and great valorous achievements. It’s hard to think of anything more extraordinary than the resistance to this endless siege.
I am in no doubt: God has His hand over Deir ez Zor.

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It looks like the takfiiris have been told to make an all out last ditch attack against Deir ez Zor. It is a sign of desperation, and providing the SAA ground forces can shoulder the blows, ISIS should come out of it a lot weaker and possibly terminally wounded.

Remember the joy of Kuweires!

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.. others also have their hands over Deir ez Zor

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eu sou muito obrigato Cantama (o meu portughes es um pequeno “rusted”) ciao

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as mentioned in previous days, I believe, SAA must concentrate on three major spots: Daraa – Deir Ezzour and AlTanf
At least Syria should free the Tiger forces for more urgent front lines like Deir Ezzour instead of liberating every centrementre of rural dust which can be more easily held by less prioritized groups.

if Syria loose Deir Ezzour than all the rural gains of the last two month are pointless. it is too risky to let it go in Deir Ezzor like as it is at the moment.

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The Tempo of recent months attacks on besieged SAA at Dier Ezzor.
This situation holds no recon/Intel operations excuses which was 2nd
Fall of Palmyra.
IMO,….SAA airlifted in resupply and soldiers recently.
They need to increase this now and bomb the hell out of the Rat build up
Areas and munitions stores.
Drones and sat coverage. …
Maybe A short stint for Tu 22m3 from that airbase in Iran which is permitted.
I get pissed off hearing that ISUS gets these build ups with 11:59 panic bombing
To stop them.
Russia,Iran and Syria need to make Dier Ezzor priority now….and end this
Nonstop Empire torture party.

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I agree

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“At least Syria should free the Tiger forces for more urgent front lines like Deir Ezzour”

If the Kurds are truly in bed with the invaders (judging by the fact that they allow ISIL to run toward Deir Ez Zor they most probably are) then Tigers are exactly where they can do the most good for Deir Ez Zor: cut the roads out of Raqqa so that the bastards can’t get there. There’s still a considerable number of ISIL pigs in Raqqa, and all of them could very soon “flee” to DZ (scared of the Kurd “superior” force).

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I think we’re likely to miss something about Qatar if we don’t consider what’s happening internally WRT the Clinton gang, its relations with the Muslim Brotherhood = Qatar, the opportunity to destroy the Clinton gang, take the heat off Trump and at the same time to smear Iran. In the last couple days there was an FBI raid on a home owned by Huma Abedin’s family, who are known to be involved with the Muslim Brotherhood. According to George Webb, several laptops and Blackberries were seized. Webb claims this is related to wide spread corruption within the Democratic establishment, the… Read more »
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Ziad, thanks for the back story on Qatar’s defection. It doesn’t conflict at all with my speculations, but does indicate the defection would have occurred with or without the Dearborn raid.

Will be interesting to see now whether Qatar abandons Hamas or if Hamas also switches sides. Will Rania Khalek now be rehabilitated? Will Palestinians suddenly rediscover that the government of Syria has always been in the forefront of the Palestinian struggle?

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Hamas switch sides to what?? They burnt all their bridges now..

Hezbolla.. check..
Syria.. check…
Egypt… check…
Turkey.. check
Iran.. check…
Jordan… check..
Israel is the only supporter Hamas has now..
Without Qatar, Hamas is on life support.. You know ISIS aint gonna spend the money on no goys..

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I once supported Hamas, then I saw how they are easily bought, and then they abandoned Syria who helped protect their “leader”, assholes.

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http://oilprice.com/Geopolitics/International/Clash-Between-Qatar-And-The-Saudis-Could-Threaten-OPEC-Deal.html Lots in play here…. MI6 ran Muslim Brotherhood before and after WW 2,…passing them on to the CIA. The 1964 Hama riots was MB fight with Baathist. Bashar al-Assad Father ended 20,000 MB . Idlib province has the MB legacy + the new Gen Takfiri kook which change names , Fight each other like they were in East Los (Angeles USA) MI6 and CIA,….unlikely to dump their terrorists…..some scheme to keep them in play will Occur. If the Saudi are killing each other as depicted in the Lawrence of Arabia Movie …it could be some issue of honor and… Read more »
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DAMN Omran is as assadist!!!!

yea this is big on social media today…

Reporter Kinana Allouche and Omran the boy famously exploited by western media, and president Obama, to sell war on Syria.

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Already crucifying people……

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defection and treason; typical rotten arabs

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https://twitter.com/loomisroberto
He has a Jewish mother and he has supported Syria a long time! He is no traitor to humanity.
This is a battle against the Rothschild-Zionists. The British/French/USA/Israeli empire trying to control the world. It has many lackeys.

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Salim Idris, top Western-Backed rebel leadership in Syria flew to Qatar
http://breakingnews.sy/en/article/30707.html

I remember he always wanted to come back to Syria to be the “new Yellow man of Aleppo”. Are the Syrians going to get him now Qatar switched to Iran? And are you going to hang him in a yellow suit?

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Turkey has been gamed by Putin. Now Qatar by Iran. We can see where this will all end.

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Not sure if or why anyone sane should be willing to trust that half brained come paranoid psychotic Erdogan quite yet.

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I doubt Putin trusts him. Isn’t it the same as Qayar? Tourism, tomatoes, gas and well Putin left out the tomatoes because it looks like Russia is all set up for that now. Heaps more trade. What happened to Turkey with the Russian boycott? I read that he was pretty desperate and they really thought Putin would do something stupid like shoot back in the beginning, but he is so cunning. Boycotts hurt Europe a lot too and now agriculture in Russia is growing 3%, Australia can’t manage 2% growth this year but Kenya is around 6.8 in a drought.… Read more »
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The Russian trade and tourism boycott brought Turkey to its knees. That, and the coup, which Erdogan narrowly survived courtesy of Russian intelligence, convinced him of the error of his ways. The tourism boycott is over and only tomatoes remain under embargo. Turk Stream is progressing – the Bosporus was closed to shipping a while back to allow a pipelaying ship to do its business. The Russian-Turkey S-400 deal has passed the system specification stage. I like Putin’s description of national leadership “I am not a friend, bride or groom, I am the President of the Russian Federation”. In that… Read more »
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The latest I read out of the corner of my eye is that the Qatar Prince is a puppet, so they will do their regime change thing, which is of course disappointing. Like Ziad I was hoping for more action than that.

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f****** cool … I just thought about such thing in recent days
when I have posted about the popularity of hezbollah among
chjristians

now the hype in on the way and the ultimative lifestyle dress
out in the scene:

https://twitter.com/Hamosh84/status/871486564928544769

hezbollah becomes trendy …. LOL 🙂

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Everyone wondered why Rosneft would sell 19.5 % of their business to Qatar – You got the usual BS online ( ie – ‘Putin is part of the ZWO’)
I argued at the time that Putin would gain a lot of ‘leverage’ with Qatar !

I am sure the sale would never have happened without ‘pre conditions’ – like – ” Cease your support of terrorist groups in Syria OR you DON’T have a deal” !!

Putin is WAY too clever for the WEST !!

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“What if we can drive a wedge between Qatar and the rest of the Arabian trash on the Gulf?  Wouldn’t that be British of us?”

Not just British, but British-Judaic style!

Oh, don’t it hurt extra bad when you slash the Zioqueer Empire with her own bitch-whip!!

MAZEL TOV!! Excellent news

Next cab off the ranks – the biggest Iranian Republican Guards base on Arab Soil, with direct land route access to Dhahran and Riyadh. For a quicker, easier final disposal of the Saud trash.

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Saudi Arabia is a trap! Let the people revolt.

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ANALYSIS: Turks worried. “Clearly, Qatar’s predicament will have a ripple effect in Turkey. Turkey’s flourishing political, military and business ties with Qatar have been described and analyzed in exhaustive detail by fellow Al-Monitor columnists Metin Gurcan, Mustafa Sonmez and Fehim Tastekin. As Sonmez pointed out, the Turkish construction giants who are driving the Turkish economy are pinning their hopes on winning contracts in Qatar. While relatively small compared to Qatar’s investments elsewhere, injections of Qatari money has brought some relief to Turkey’s faltering finances. Qatar has also helped bankroll Turkey’s Sunni Arab rebel proxies in Syria and piggy-backed on Turkey’s… Read more »
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Erdo has now been running to Putin over the Qatar crisis…lol “resident Recep Tayyip Erdoğan held a phone call with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin late Monday, to discuss the diplomatic crisis in the gulf region, the Syrian crisis and the TurkStream project. In the call, the presidents discussed the Qatar row and ways to solve it. Turkey reiterated earlier on the same day that it is willing to do its part in resolving the diplomatic rift between Arab states and Qatar. The countries in the region need to evaluate their relations on the basis of unity and solidarity rather… Read more »
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#TurkeywithQatar with pro-Erdogan Turks now out in force supporting their financial benefactor and also some attacks against the Saudis.

That image above shows the AKP fear that if Qatar falls ultimately Turkey will suffer later on.

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MD, The Turks are indeed having a big dose of bad Karma. The question is, when will the House of Saud get its share? There is a massive amount of bad karma waiting. I’m hoping someone will give them the Carthage treatment at the very least. The Sauds feel confident pushing around Qatar after paying their protection money to Trump and having the US behind their back. If anything, this crisis binds them (Qatar and Turkey) closer together – they both support Muslim Brotherhood, and both have invested alot in each other’s economies. While Qatar may end up dropping support… Read more »
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Qatar + Turks vs. Saudis + Gulf Monkeys. With live broadcasts from the frontlines.

Man the planet would run out of popcorn in a week.

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RAV G
sorry I have nothing witty or politically astute to add on this topic, but I agree with your perspective on this ‘division.’ It is merely another Rat vs Rat freak show. For the crimes committed by both sides in Libya, Yemen and Syria …. fuck them both and pass the poppadoms.
(p.s Where is Apna these days? In London, killing filthy Anglos?)

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Wizard: Apna should be pleased that someone actually enquired after him. If you check M’s mpas for Libya, you’ll note that Ayisha Gadaffi’s forces are doing rather well, so far, helped out by Egyptian air strikes on IS targets in eastern Libya, and Russian’s provision of refurbished aircraft and their weapons. I don’t know about lad force weapons, but it only seems logical since no airplane can take and hold ground. All the best to Ayisha (and Saif, if he’s working with her). Not much NATO air activity against them, so far (knock wood). All the best, my friend.

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I dunno Oz but he sure cleared out together with Avat.

Let’s stay quiet so as not to conjure him/them back.

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TURKS TO KICK GERMANY OUT OF INCIRLIK: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-40163369 It might officially be Germany withdrawing from Incirlik but in actuality it’s more like they’ve felt compelled to and thus a de facto expulsion. Remember Syrians would say they were at war against 40 different countries (NATO+GCC+others). Now we are seeing this anti-Syria alliance collapsing. – Britain threatening Spain with war a month or two ago. – Saudi in a full political war with Qatar and some even going as far to wonder if they’ll consider an actual war against Qatar. – The Trump v Democrat political war in the US. Now… Read more »
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MD: Apparently the Germans are moving to Jordsn..Also, according to Russia Beyond the Headlines (https://www.rbth.com), Russia has a deal going to sell the S400 system to Turkey (on credit? At 500 mil a pop?), and the Turks want to set up a joint manufactury in Turkey. Also in RBTH a Russian Su 27 turned back an American B52 today, and a Mig 31 turned back a Norwegian fighter over the Barents Sea. NATO is writing checks the Americans can’t cash.

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Someone sent me this as an explanation regarding the problem with Qatar… sorry, but I did not receive the link, just the text, so I can only paste it in here. بقلم د. هدى جنات السبب الحقيقي وراء ازمة الثلاثي القطري السعودي الاماراتي كما لم تسمعه من قبل : قد يعتقد الكثيرون ان اسباب الازمة الخليجية القطرية كما تردد عبر الاعلام او كما تم ترويجه هو دعم قطر للاخوان المسلمين او تحالفها الاستراتيجي مع ايران او تصريحات الامير القطري تميم الاخيرة .. يؤسفني ان اقول لكم ان السبب الحقيقي للازمة لاعلاقة لها بما ذكر على الاعلام او مواقع التواصل الاجتماعي… Read more »
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“the real cause of the crisis has nothing to do with what has been reported on the media”

Great start. Sounds plausible.

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Thanks….it makes sense from a financial point of view (petrodollar recycling), but to bring attention to this “dispute” on such a high profile international level seems a bit dumb. Could this not have been privately resolved between Qatar, UAE and Saudi without throwing a diplomatic tantrum in front of the whole world? If true, the Saudis have proven yet again how imbreeding negatively affects judgement. That or there is something more to it.

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Maybe the decision to throw a tantrum was not entirely KSA’s and UAE’s. After all it was Trump who was demanding half a trillion from Qatar. While the US has not broken ties with Qatar, there is the matter of that house raid in Dearborn related to the Muslim Brotherhood.

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I dont agree that the US will ask for money like that. What the US does is always under cover.. Like selling useless expensive weapons to SA and taking the money.. Give aid to african countries but that money is used by US NGO’s to setup spying networks. There is never a wire transfer to some american account just like US politicians. How the UAE can send 500 bil to the US??? Maybe much lower.. Like a wealth fund to develop the mid west.. But the UAE dont have 500 bil, they are broke.. Qatar has 300 bil or so..… Read more »
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Of course it’s “always under cover.” That goes without saying, so I didn’t say it. It’s obvious the Saudi weapons purchase is intended to repatriate petrodollars. We’ve all been talking about that for several days now, and clearly Qatar and UAE were supposed to take a similar sort of action, demanded by Trump. Qatar balked and is now being thrown under the bus. No doubt the Dearborn raid will will bring to light documents showing they were involved with all sorts of corrupt and criminal doings in the US, possibly even implicated in the death of Seth Rich.
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ENGLISH TRANSLATION (shitty, but youll get the gist – from Google) By Dr. Huda Jannat The real reason behind the crisis of the Qatari-Saudi Arabian trio as never heard before: Many may think that the reasons for the Qatari Gulf crisis, as reported by the media or promoted, are the support of Qatar for the Muslim Brotherhood, its strategic alliance with Iran, or the statements of the Qatari Emir Tamim. I regret to tell you that the real cause of the crisis has nothing to do with what has been reported on the media or websites. Social communication .. And… Read more »
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This is all waaaay too complicated. My thoughts are with Z and the boys in DZ. Idlib seems eerily quiet. It’s like all the balls have been thrown into the air in a great gamble. My money is on the home team. Nearer home, my guess is that Theresa May will walk the election next Friday and will become Donald’s big sister like she said. And Donald will get his State Visit. And I think this will have huge ramifications. Nobody does state visits like the UK. Just look at the humiliation of the Saudi debacle. Trump will feel like… Read more »
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Al Queda is wondering if they need to find a new job as they might not get a paycheck this month… Kind of hard to be looking for a job and to keep working at the same time. Then there is also that thought in the back of the mind, the US dont leave evidence behind..

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Qatar seeks protection from Moscow: Ambassador of Qatar in Russia urgently arrived, FOREIGN MINISTRY and Foreign Minister telephoned Lavrov

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Wet work time.

Muslim Dude
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I think this is very important. Russia has spoken of possibly implanting itself in Yemen, which neighbours Saudi. The idea of Russia being in Iraq, as it is in Syria now, in the future when American blocking of such a move is not unrealistic. Both Iraq and Yemen are next door to Saudi, the same state which apparently made threats against Russia in the past. With the might of nuclear giant Russia next door the Saudis will be careful. I doubt the Russians will put troops in to Qatar, as there are already US troops there. However the Saudis will… Read more »
Igor Bundy
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Russians are business people. Although we dont think of them that way. But historically they do business rather than war. They will sell you anything for a price and it is a lot cheaper than war. I was surprised that Russia is doing business with Qatar and let them buy like 20% of one of their main companies. They also asked the israeli’s to sell them their gas and Russia would use their pipeline to sell that gas to Europe. Same with iran. Considering iran has more gas than Russia and is cheaper, Russia did not need to please them… Read more »
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You can’t affect or influence a country if you have no commerce or econmic ties, Take China for example , China is carrying well over 1.3 trillion dollars in US debt, China owns the massive US seaport at Long Beach California, China owns 40% of the real estate in lower Manhattan New York , China owns 4 of the 5 Biggest banks in the World which together is carrying 80% of the US home owners mortages, and the Creme de la Creme, China owns the Panama Canal in which over 40% of the world’s trade passes, and they have 10,000… Read more »
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MD: Don’t forget that Red China is now in full possession of the old American air base in Djibouti and is, I suspect, planning to install their directed energy satellite killer. The US is already in a hole far over its head, and really needs to stop digging.

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I would like to take the opportunity to remind everyone about something. “Success has many fathers, failure is an orphan.” If the war in Syria had gone horribly wrong everyone would have blamed Assad same way everyone blames Gadhafi, Saddam Hussein, Hitler, etc. What do I remember of this war in Syria? I miss a lot of people. SetRight, Shireen Said, Nutsflipped, and many hundreds of others I met on LiveLeak and they all supported 1 side. Many got banned. Many died. Many went off to Twitter or other parts of the internet. But I do miss them all. Very… Read more »
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Thucydides
Perhaps we will all meet in Syrper paradise (Damascus 2018?) for the often talked-of ‘big reunion.’ Stop being a party-pooper and say you will come too. You will be expected to wear your Sith Lord outfit, so we can recognize you quickly.
* I will be the old fart sharing the cask of ‘goon’ with Daniel.

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Thucydides
Very ……GOOOD.!
*I think I will recognize you OK.

Mike-Florida
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Syrpers are engaged in serious stuff. For a change, how about a bit of relief > click the link below showing a cool picture with this caption > ‘Have you heard the one about Saudi accusing Qatar of sponsoring terrorism?’
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(did’t know how to post the pix, but here’s a link). Mike.

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Note for those who don’t recognize the man in the picture, here’s a clue >

He’s leader of one of the bravest, most challenged nations on earth.
Mike.

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I would never use such close up pictures. Or pictures with Assad only. If I remember well I wrote something on this in the past. Use pictures with his lady and when there is movement. I will give an example. Much better is Assad, his lady and many Syrians. Animals is also very good to have on a picture.
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It is OK because this is NOT a propaganda blog. But the close-up is not good.

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A beautiful picture – respectful…

Thucydides
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https://youtu.be/cCQZnXz2Uss

There is a British ART expert. He makes all these most beautiful documentaries about paintings. He calls Rembrandts Nightwatch the most beautiful picture ever. He says, Rembrandt’s secret was to put everyone in motion on the picture instead of them standing there. The Nightwatch is the local militia of city defenders moving as a rag tag band with their weapons to the city gate and walls to defend the city.

http://img.literatuurplein.nl/blobs/ORIGCAN/18/1/1.jpg
Movement!

P.S. I wrote the same 3 years ago down here.

Stranger Than Truth
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Mike
Nah! That’s not Donald Trump. Surely HE’s the leader of the most (intellectually) challenged nation on earth?

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Wow, as a Melbournian I can tell you there is something fishy here, this “terrorist” was known and had a long criminal record, now why didn’t they keep him in jail? why didn’t they keep 24 hr surveylance on him? And was this really a terrorist act? I think not, I think it was a dispute in which the government have now turned it into a terrorist attack to scare people. ISIS is claiming it was one of them, but then ISIS will claim it also created hurricanes to kill people, no no no, too many coincedences here. Excuse my… Read more »
Thucydides
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They had bomb vests that did not explode.
They had a car with 10 drums of petrol that did not ignite into a big fire or bomb.
Mi5 infiltrated fools that were send on a suicide mission so Theresa May can win the elections and the police looks like the heroes.
They were setup by Mi5. Patsies.

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Terrorism is a word that once meant something, but now is the catchall label for anyone of whom the almighty state (or deep state) does not approve. Terrorism used to describe a certain unsavory tactic… now it is brandished in order to sell just about whatever power needs sold, and the whatever du jour can flip on a dime. It is a useful marketing term for the MIC and not much else. The lives of paesants — you and me, everywhere — mean nothing to the inbred classes that effectively rule. How our earth is run does stink. I would… Read more »
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Dan Glazebrook spells it out as clear as a bell. Theresa May should hang,

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Is it all ‘blow-back’ or is there more to it? ‘Ello ‘Ello – what’s goin on ‘ere then…

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Guess that says it all then..

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The Russian Media Man who talked to Issam today through text is the man on the right side of this photo Igor.

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Brigadier General Zuhair Saray Al Din Man of Difficult Missions & Commander of Panorama Area Suffered Injuries Yesterday in DeirEzZor via @IvanSidorenko1

My prayers are with the mad druze the bravest of the best Syrian generals for a speedy recovery..

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General Issam Zahreddine commander of DZ is unhurt, but Brigadier General Zuhair Saray Al Din Man was injured in the ISIS attack..

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This will need some heavy support from the Russian strategic bomber fleet as ISIS got reinforcements from Raqqa and Mosul..

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Mass massacre committed by the US airstrkes in al-Mayadin -106 civilians killed (among them 42 children)

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https://t.co/BSW12bG1AB

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So the US had broken Japanese codes and knew of all Japanese moves and tactics before hand..

American code breakers had figured out where and when the enemy planned to strike, and the military acted accordingly.

The report — 14 paragraphs long — suggested a secret U.S. intelligence coup, and it became one of the biggest and potentially damaging news leaks of World War II.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2017/06/05/unsealed-75-years-after-the-battle-of-midway-new-details-of-a-critical-wwii-press-leak/?tid=ss_tw&utm_term=.c74094fc5679

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New interesting video..

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

Time to wake up and spread the message.

Anonymous
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How’s the weather in Tel Aviv?

Remember the 5 Dancing Israelis filming the collapse of the WTC, laughing and dancing with joy as 3000 Americans died?

“We are not your problem. The Palestinians (ie Muslims) are you problem”.

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I really think that we are at the turning point, not only in the resurfacing of Russia economically, but politically, post sanctions. Putin did such a wonderful job explaining everything to Megyn Kelly that I suspect he won her over, as he did Brigitte Bardot and Pamela Anderson. http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-06-05/putin-says-he-didnt-really-talk-to-flynn-at-russia-today-dinner/8588594 She basically described Putin as a gentleman in real life. Now compare that to that trash Hillary. All of this is getting aired in the MSM as is Putin’s articulation of all the lies about Syria, Ukraine and Trump. I really enjoyed the Megyn Kelly interview and Modi was just great.… Read more »
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East Hama cs Syrian Army liberate many sites on Oil Line.

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Thank you, ZIad

Saudi Arabia won’t step out of line. Buying $300 billion worth of military gear doesn’t make you a mighty army [see the Yemeni ToO].

Needless to say, scratch a little and the FUKZUS war machine pops up, as per usual ‘guided by dual Apartheid State’s citizens, this time dressed up as ‘The Foundation for Defense of Democracies,’ which, of course, is nothing but another zionist storefront.

Qui bono?

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ToO = Theater of Operations

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Shut the fcuk up you little ugly inbred monster.

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After sunset, Syrian volunteers distributed a meal in honor of Ramadan to SAA soldiers in the Jebars area, Damascus.

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JEW ALERT!
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You been outed JEW

Daniel Rich
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Qatari planes are using Iranian air space.

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US proxy trrorists attackign SAA positions in S Syria.. Clashes raging on Damascus-Baghdad highway. US proxy terrorists reportedly destroyed several armours/vehicles & regained few positions S. of Zaza..

Guess the offer of extra rations of blow virgins and coke by the US DOD is doing the trick..

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FSA is attacking Syrian positions at Zaza and I am seeing Daesh recapture territory the PMU freed along the Syrian-Iraqi borders?

Canthama
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AJ, it is better to kill the enemy that is running in the open vs hiding, the SAA and allied forces in the area are very strong, they need NATO’s terrorists to run wild in the desert to hit them, the terrorists are using the hit & run strategy, they do not have the nbrs to hold area. ISIS is losing badly in the Nineveh desert, just today over a dozen villages were liberated SW of Sinjar airbase, and inside the cauldron between Ba’aj (liberated) and the Syrian border. The red box area will be under the PMU control in… Read more »
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I hope you are right Canthama. These FSA mosquitos building up at Tanf need to be swatted decisively at some point.

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Does anyone know how many of those New Terrorist Army rats are out there, give or take?

Batallion size force (200-1000), or closer to a regiment size? (1000 to 3000)?

Igor Bundy
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2 gays in a beat up Toyota…

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Rav, only estimates from different people, no real confirmation. The lowest nbr I heard was a 1,000, the highest was 4,000. I believe NATO did not train more than 200 rats, meaning they must have trained the trainer which could gives us some, maybe, solid nbr around 2,000 max from the original lot, furthermore they added some rats transferred from Daraa 1-2 months ago, would guess no more than 1,000, so it is possible a total of 3,000. And that is exactly why they have occupied desert and near the borders and no push toward al Bukamal, they do not… Read more »
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If they don’t have substantial numbers, certainly over 3,000, I can’t see how the hell the NeoRats or their handlers and fire support provider are hoping to make a difference in the Euphrates/Deir Ez Zor area, as the locl numbers fighting for it on the two other sides (Syrian and Daesh) will be much bigger. So, unless they multiply some more, which they might if more moderats are kicked out of Dara’a all the way to Jordan and then once they flee Syria they switch over to the newest Jewhadi army, I can’t see the point of a medium sized… Read more »
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Thanks, Canthama. Been waiting for news RE battle for Daraa Province. Agree controlling that area is of great importance. When captured might it consume quite a number of troops to hold & control – being so close to border? Mike.

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Mike, it will come. The 4th Mechanized is an elite force, like the Tiger Forces, they will prob prob and prob, then take a big push. I expect the urban battle to be a diversion and more of defense role, flanking is the most likely way to go, looking forward to see it, the moment is critical.

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AJ, forgot to add that the NATO terrorists are desperate due to the last advances by the SAA and allies deep in the Syria desert. The red box will be soon liberated and that means bye bye for NATO terrorists fake news of al Bukamal offensive.
The top red line line is the aprox real frontline.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=pt&lat=33.895497&lon=38.787231&z=9&m=b&gz=0;382475280;335768706;0;777671;878906;2399366;3707885;3539564;4394531;4609960;8981323;4017993;7031250;1668841;1565551;0

Igor Bundy
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Huge Da’ish collapse near the Syrian border as Iraq’s Hashd retakes:
•Namla,
•Duwim,
•Tal Reem,
•Jayr,
•Tuwal,
•Fuwarat,
•Abhiri.
•Salhiya,
•Tal Mas’ada,
•Wasmi Al-Maruki,
•Al-Rawi.

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Igor
Nobody expected the US sock-puppets to stand idle or give up easily. They have been paid and equipped to fight … and fight they must! How well and for how long remains to be seen. Once they take heavy casualties we will see if they were worth the massive US taxpayer investment.
Hopefully they will join the other decaying useful idiots that litter Syria’s noble land.

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Wizard: They don’t be litter long, dude – – they get turned into fertilizer and feed the lush fields of the Syrian farms. Just sayin’

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the video prove that SAA was not advancing ,this is a static point
SAA is still there.

US-led collation lie when they said SAA was attacking ,SAA was making a defense maneuver after being under US-backed FSA attack for hours

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What will the Zionist/US do when Syria is fully liberated of ‘terrorism’ and China starts to rebuild the country ???

Nothing they can do I expect !! They will find it impossible to ‘spin’ that one in their favour !

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Jack,
I hate to be too skeptical but the answer to your question is obvious and already in motion. They will continue to use their footholds in Israel and Jordan to foment endless terror inside Syria and Iraq, while financing increased terrorist activities deep inside China, Iran.and Russia.
The Thucydides option will eventually be the only way of stopping them.

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Sad to have to agree with Thuc, but the Abomination is doomed — tho’ I have faith nukes will be avoided, as the Khazars have irradiated the place enough already, and it must be returned to its rightful owners in some kind of livable condition.
The same canot be said of Washington.

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