TRUMP’S TWO-FACED POLICY IN SYRIA POSSIBLY WORK OF ROGUE CIA AGENTS; AL-MAYAADEEN LIBERATED COMPLETELY

Does anybody believe the U.S. is acting honorably in Syria?  Well?  The Russians don’t and they’ve been accusing the U.S. of duplicity in the fight against ISIS and pure indifference in the fight against Alqaeda which is now called Jabhat Fath Al-Shaam.  American two-facedness has reasons which need some analysis.

It is hard for this writer to tell if Donald Trump really has his finger on the foreign policy button. It is even more debatable whether Rex Tillerson has any influence on foreign policy.  The entire Trump administration has the appearance of a failing amateur circus existing only for some kind of tax deduction. Nowhere in the world is this more obvious than in Syria.

We all agree that if the U.S. wanted the war in Syria to end, it could contribute mightily to that conclusion by stopping all forms of assistance to ISIS and pressuring its allies in Saudi Arabia to turn off the financial spigot which is the first form of enticement these terrorist organizations can deploy to gain and keep recruits.  In interview after interview in Iraq and Syria, captured ISIS rodents continue to repeat the same mantra:  that they joined ISIS because it paid them $100.00 per month as a salary when nobody else in the country could deliver such generous sums.  In recently liberated Hawija, an ISIS recruit from the Muhaymin family told interviewers exactly that.  Other factors such as fear of Shi’i expansion, of course, are notable, but, in the final analysis, it’s money that talks in the world of recruitment.

The U.S. has been filmed, recorded and seen by witnesses who claim that the U.S. Air Force and Army would transport ISIS terrorists by helicopter from areas about to be overtaken by the legitimate Syrian Army.  Russia’s observers at Humaymeem have received very credible reports confirming America’s hypocritical policies toward Syria.  If it is true that Donald Trump is opposed to ISIS and has ordered his DoD to destroy it, then, in that case, it appears that another agency of government is working to sabotage the president’s policies.  That agency is, obviously, the CIA.

During the Obama years, the CIA was geared to overthrowing the legitimate government in Damascus, a war crime and a violation of international law.  CIA was committed to giving logistical support, training and financial help to organizations already listed as “terrorist” by the State Department.  Many of those terrorist groups were being supported by Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates who tended to favor groups fighting under the banner of Wahhabism.  Thus, with American allies complicit in the plot to oust Dr. Assad, it became even easier for the CIA to infiltrate and control many of the actions of the criminal enterprises lumped into the generic “opposition” label.  Those same CIA agents who were deeply involved in the failed operation to remove Assad from power are still in the CIA and have not joined the Trump bandwagon.

That’s one theory.  Another theory holds that Trump’s own sordid association with Prime Minister Benny Mileikowski, (a/k/a Netanyahu) pushes the president into the twilight world of Janus where he says one thing while doing something other.  Trump appears to be under the Mileikowski thumb as he plods his way from one disaster to another.  In fact, his decision to “decertify” the Iranian Nuclear Accord might be proof positive of the Rasputin-like influence Mileikowski enjoys over this new kook in the White House.

Iran’s growing influence in the region and its deeply-rooted intellectual heritage terrifies the Saudis and their rag-head allies in the Gulf.  While Iran has lived with crushing sanctions for years before the nuclear accord, it was still able to erect a formidable technological edifice that is now growing exponentially.  In the meanwhile, the Saudis, who practice a pre-Cambrian form of devil-worship, cannot export anything but oil and dates.  And the oil is pumped, refined and shipped out by foreigners.  God only knows who picks the dates and packages them.  It’s certainly not the Saudis.

It is clear to this writer that the Americans are not worried about Dr. Assad who seems, if anything, to be a slick operator who can marshall resources and alliances with his father’s cunning.  I sincerely believe that the move to oust the good doctor is viewed, even in the CIA, as a massive blunder, and, that he is viewed today in McLean, Virginia, as a better option than either Alqaeda or ISIS.  However, the Iranian bogeyman’s shadow is not dispelled by the continuity of the Ba’athist government in Damascus.  Iran’s power seems to be growing alarmingly.  It is quite possible that the CIA has come to the final conclusion that, like it or not, Assad has to go in order for the project in Syria to bear fruit.  The hypocrisy is playing out with this kind of thinking.

The CIA appears to be focused today on the possibility of manipulating the Iraqi government into an agreement to permit U.S. forces to remain in Iraq long after ISIS has been vanquished.  With the U.S. policy in Syria aimed at creating a buffer along the border to block Iranian natural gas pipelines in tatters after Damascus (with Iran’s help) neutralized the base at Al-Tanf, the U.S. has the other option of playing the Iraqi card.  If only Baghdad would permit such an agreement.

It is our opinion that Baghdad is more influenced by Iran than by the U.S.  It is a sorry conclusion for the CIA that it has participated in fighting ISIS in Mesopotamia, seemingly, once again, at the behest of Tehran.  Just as Iran watched gleefully as the U.S. destroyed Saddam’s Iraq only to be asked politely to leave by the Al-Maaliki government, it will watch even more gleefully as the U.S. struggles to extirpate ISIS from Iraq only to find out that P.M. Al-‘Abbaadi will also ask the Americans politely to head home after the present task is finished.  This might be why the Kurdish card is being played now despite the protests from Ankara.

Note that the U.S. is willing to sacrifice its relationship with Turkey over this issue.  Absolutely unwilling to accept a Rabelaisian failure of its entire Syrian project, the CIA continues to pursue one delusion after another. Maybe ousting Dr. Assad and his Ba’athist government is not as much a priority any longer – maybe it’s a secondary goal which will come about when all the CIA ducks are finally in a row.  This de-prioritization of overthrowing the government in Damascus is only a ploy to permit the U.S. to play a duplicitous game in Syia – to pretend to be fighting ISIS whilst providing it with all it needs to remain a thorn in the sides of the two governments in Syria and Iraq.  With this scenario in play, the U.S. can expect the Iraqi government to continue “needing” the U.S.  And if ISIS is miraculously destroyed, then, there is the U.S.-created crisis with the Kurds.  (Even now Iraqi forces appear poised to strike the Kurds at Kirkuk.)

Donald Trump does not read anything but articles that praise him.  In only 8 months, he has taken the U.S. out of the Paris Accord on Climate Change, but, with the hope that the “Master Negotiator” can get a “better deal” for the American people.  He is threatening to leave NAFTA unless he gets a better deal for the American people.  He has withdrawn from UNESCO because it is too mean to the Zionist Apartheid State.  He withdrew American support for the Pacific Rim nations’ pact and left it high and dry.  He just signed an executive order to denigrate the Affordable Care Act since Congress has been unwilling to abandon millions of Americans who finally have medical coverage.  He has concluded a deal with the Saudis, the world’s biggest supporters of terrorism, providing billions in weapons and ordnance while the people of Yemen are suffering under the barbaric heel of Wahhabist-inspired mayhem.  He has clumsily dealt with the aftermath of the devastation caused by a category 5 hurricane in Puerto Rico.  He has “decertified” the Iranian Nuclear Accord claiming Iran is violating the “spirit” of the agreement.  He has brought shame and disgrace to the U.S. and sullied its reputation as an honorable nation.

Is American policy in Syria two-faced? Yes.  With Trump claiming to be fighting ISIS, his own CIA has been ordered to maintain a “second track” to block Iran’s growth in the region.  We would like to warn the Prime Minister of Iraq that his head might be on the chopping block as the U.S. entrenches itself in his country.  Trump will not leave as easily as Obama because Mileikowski will order him to stay.

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DAYR EL-ZOR:

We are confirming the news that the Syrian Army has liberated the city of Al-Mayaadeen.  Syrian infantry is searching the area for remnant rodents while army engineers dismantle the complex network of mines, IEDs and booby traps laid down by the fleeing vermin.  The SAA is all over the eastern bank of the Euphrates.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:
Ash Carter’s analysis of the mess he helped to create in Syria:
https://www.bloomberg.com/amp/view/articles/2017-10-09/why-did-the-u-s-even-get-involved-in-syria

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So good to see you again. Been missing you so much.

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On the Las Vegas false flag, please google and read (the site won’t let me directly post the link, I tried like 7 times):
“reflections petri dish mandalay bay”

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Big trouble in little middle east. The shiets hitting the fan. US just allowed 100 ISIS fighters in Raqqa to evacuate to DZ under SDF escort. KRG in fire fight with PMU. US threatening Hezbollah. Turkey invades idlib.

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this is poetry
the Saudis, who practice a pre-Cambrian form of devil-worship
dear Ziad, I am putting in a file word some folwers of your beautifull writing.
I will do a little anthology.
Ela aleeqa

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The CIA and the Ashkenazi overlords are the real terrorists that ought to be reigned in. ISIS is nothing compared to these guys. ISIS tries to rule villages and a couple of cities, these guys overthrow governments for a living. And lately, they haven’t been having a good time either.

If the US political system is unable to reign in AIPAC and the CIA, it means there is a systemic failure in those lauded “checks and balances”.

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Ziad, this is a great read,thank you for putting together your thoughts,as always quite uniquely put.

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Some news from Deir ez Zour city: 1) Airbase close to full operation, heavily used by RuAF and SAAF attack helicopters at the moment, see video below, but also it has started to see some SAAF jets back,mostly the old MIG 21 squadron that was based there before. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5quPbQqbeoA&feature=em-uploademail 2) Fight inside the city continues, new areas liberated, in the next 24-48 hrs more advances will happen inside Deir ez Zour, it seems the lack of resupply has been dearly felt by ISIS and its defenses are crumbling. 3) Just one town to go in the left side of the… Read more »

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The following article entitled “WHO “WHACKED” HARVEY WEINSTEIN?” discerns between Globalist and Zionist Jews, and therefore Obama and Trump. A whole lot of the emerging infighting within the elite is starting to make a lot more sense.

http://www.tomatobubble.com/harvey_weinstein.html

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They are really hard trying to build a case for CIVIL war in the USA.
The Las Vegas shooting has to be seen as 1 step in many steps in an attempt to create a civil war in the USA.
Of course they will fail with this plan.
And I will not let ANYONE know why I think it will fail.

I hope all is fine with Syria!
I am focusing myself on Scottish Independence.
https://twitter.com/Ennaliyaa

I also made a Carl Sagan Twitter account. Did not have much time for that yet.
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My main Twitter account!
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Time for the PMU to take out Abadi – clandestinely, but it must be done. He is weak and a pseudo-slave of the US. How can that asswipe, that piece of shit even trust the US? It reduced his country to rubble, dismembered it, destroyed its institutions, directly and indirectly saw to it that al-Qaeda and ISIS gain huge footholds in Iraq, and brutalized and killed tens of thousands of its people. What the hell is this piece of shit thinking? The US plays the role of gangsters, whereby they offer “protection” from the very thugs they created in the… Read more »

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TFs have reached the outskirts of al Asharah village, this is half way from Deir ez Zour city and Al Bukamal. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=34.915215&lon=40.561523&z=12&m=b All villages from Mayadin to al Bukamal are small, and important to mention, no major natural barriers in the way. Furthermore, ISIS was not expecting such quick advance by the TF, no major defensive lines are prepared, basically, ISIS has only the hit & run tactics besides the hundreds of VBIEDs. The further south the TFs go by the Euphrates river, the safer becomes the Doubayat cauldron for Syria, there are many roads to the cauldron from the… Read more »

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The area below inside Deir ez Zour is under a severe attack by the SAA and allies. They are clearly trying to take advantage of their presence in Saqr Island to force ISIS to retreat toward
al Hamidiyah-Al-‘Uthmaniyah axis.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.321848&lon=40.153527&z=15&m=b&gz=0;401435708;353128664;0;114855;153207;53577;184535;0;219726;7354;202131;112053;33473;136213;429;116955

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Syria Demands “Immediate, Unconditional Withdrawal” Of “Terror Supporting” Turkey From Its Territory. Syrian foreign ministry noted Turkey’s military entered Idlib province “accompanied by Jabhat a-Nusra terrorists shows close relationship between Turkish regime & terrorist groups. Syrian Kurds & Damascus government see Turkey’s motives in Idlib as land grab using local proxies (incl al-Qaeda) & direct troop occupation. Russia has not formally responded to Damascus’ condemnation.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-14/syria-demands-immediate-unconditional-withdrawal-terror-supporting-turkey-its-territ

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Zero hour may be approaching for Iraq, forces are mounting on both sides near Kirkuk, heavy weapons and sizeable troops. Iraq Army demands are clear, “evacuate Kirkuk or see to consequences”. I can not see any possibility for diplomatic solution when reason is not on KRG size, their constant over play indicate loss of reality or good sense. I doubt USAAF will get into the middle of it, or it will face issues in Iraq for sure. At the end of the day, this is a battle for unification of the country and to retain law and order, any attempt… Read more »

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Air defences are mostly kept secret, so I don’t think we should assume reasonable steps aren’t being taken at Deir ez Zour airfield, as someone was suggesting on the previous thread.

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Regarding Trump canning the trade partnerships and the Global warming scam I agree with him. The trade partnerships are arms of the One World Government and limit the freedoms of Sovereign Nations. The same applies to Global Warming. Not only has the head of the EPA admitted that Carbon Dioxide is NOT the main cause of Global Warming, but scientists have proven that the whole thing was based on 19th Century Science. http://principia-scientific.org/two-new-studies-destroy-climate-crisis-greenhouse-gas-carbon-claims/ What else is based on 19th Century Science? Optometry! You can’t use your high school formula 1/F = 1/f1 + 1/f2 for a system as tight as… Read more »

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“Armed Clashes Between Kurdish & Pro-Baghdad Forces – now underway near disputed oil-rich Kirkuk province between Kurdish Peshmerga fighters and Shia PMU forces backing the central Iraqi government. Fighting erupted in Khurmatu, city in disputed area claimed by Kurdistan just south of Kirkuk. Signs point to incremental clashes leading to broader conflict.”
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-14/first-footage-emerges-armed-clashes-between-kurdish-and-pro-baghdad-forces-near-kirk

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Main page syrianperspective.com now functional. Thanks Danny.

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Wow – This is a masterpiece of journalism and political analysis.

At this point i cant even express my contempt for “mainstream media”

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Well there is proof. Shes not begin whipped and raped in the town square.

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Iraq demands the withdrawal of Kurdish forces from areas occupied since 2014 including Kirkuk by 02:00 tomorrow or they will be taken forcibly.

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Dear Canthama,
Good to hear the kTurds and SDF traitors front lines are thin north of al-Busayrah.
What about ash-Shammas and T2, is the SAA approaching from the west as well as the north?

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This is a comment regarding the demise of the petrodollar, I believe you will all enjoy from a ZH article http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-14/death-petrodollars-coming-renaissance-macro-investing Fireman Oct 15, 2017 5:06 AM Kiss the IOU Petroscrip (no longer) I$I$ backed Saudi Mercan toilet paper free loader dollah goodbye. Jim Wille’s Scheiße dollah is coming home to Slumville in a tsunami of toxic derivative shit after all the lost judaic wars and bananas republic debt splurge and it’s going to guarantee overnight Third World status for 98% of USSANS, already on the edge of ruin. No one likes a slacker and a hustler and the “exorbitant… Read more »

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US Reaper drone ‘shot down’ in Afghanistan. http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-10-14/us-reaper-drone-shot-down-over-afghanistan Although ZH attributes the downing to IS, commentators have pointed out that a) the drone is on the ground in one piece (which you can see from the image provided) and b) the timing of this indicates that Iran could well have downed this themselves with their jamming tech we have seen them use in the past. PressTV unusually don’t seem to be reporting this event, nor do FarsNews, but then again if this was Iran then they won’t will they, preferring this to be a private message to the USM as… Read more »

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A very good & intelligent article explaining the triangle Turkey-HTS-Kurds in Idlib, Erdogan is not in a so-confortable position:
http://theduran.com/turkeys-proxies-in-idlib-are-increasingly-reticent-to-fight-ankaras-kurdish-enemy/

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Excellent video with the battle for Mayadin scenes, it clearly shows why the TFs quickly overcame ISIS new capital in less than a week. Very effective and strong coordination between ground forces, artillery and CAS, impressive battle scenes that basically set ISIS in panic, to the point they left a very significant and large cache of weapons and ammo behind in the city, a clear indication on how fast the city was liberated and unexpected for ISIS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-y_GDJJB5s&feature=em-uploademail On another point, the TFs continue to go south toward al Bukamal, while the SAA and allies are now mopping up the… Read more »

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Great holistic analysis Ziad.

Your lyricism is unmatched!!

Syria has won, but Syrians will still die out of imperial reflex. Makes me want to puke. Fingers crossed (and Canthama’s/Syrpers insights into the thinness of SDF claims/fighting ability).

I think I’ve said this before here, but the Syrian Kurds, should they prove guided by others’ self-interest, will literally be bled into submission and/or some rapprochement with the Syrian and/or Iraqi government to avoid, principally, Turkish aggression.

Kurds NEED Syrian inclusion/sovereignty to avoid an aggressive and incessant and non-funded (from Syrian Kurdish POV) hot war with Turkey/a NATO ally (ie. no/limited/deniable/cut-em-loose-when-we-don’t-need-them) political appeal.

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Excellent news from Iraq, central Government called Barzani’s bluff and is taking control of all oil fields, refineries and Kirkuk city, and that is just the beginning, info shared that the Iraq Army will also advance in Nineveh and get back control of border crossing with Turkey and Syria. So far Peshmergas are retreating, the Iraq army has under control most of Kirkuk without firing a bullet.
This action from Iraq will have tremendous impact in Syria.

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Iraqi forces took control of “vast areas” in oil-rich region of Kirkuk without opposition from Kurdish Peshmerga. The announcement came after reports Iraqi forces began moving at around midnight toward important airbase & oilfields located west of city. Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi gave orders to security forces to impose security in Kirkuk in cooperation with population and Peshmerga. (without opposition means cooperation? Mike).
http://www.reuters.com/article/us-mideast-crisis-iraq-kurds-kirkuk/iraqi-forces-take-control-of-vast-areas-in-kirkuk-region-state-tv-idUSKBN1CK0XL?il=0

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SAA moving south, not crossing over yet.

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Iraqi Golden Division under US command begin entering Kirkuk, locals distribute food & tea to troops. Key points returned to Federal government

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Iraqi forces took control of K1 military base from Peshmerga militias Iraq Kirkuk

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Israeli warplanes attack and destroy an S200 antiaircraft battery near Damascus “After Tel Aviv informed Moscow previously”

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How a Seed Bank, Almost Lost in Syria’s War, Could Help Feed a Warming Planet

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Icarda, though it received no state funding, was once known as a darling of the Syrian government. Based in Aleppo, its research had helped to make Syria enviably self-sufficient in wheat production.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/13/climate/syria-seed-bank.html

STOP the presses. A positive article on Syria.

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S-200 is a very efficient, but also vulnerable.
Because it is a static system, its vulnerable and an “easy” target for attackers.
Systems like S-300 can shoot and “disappear”
But i m wondering why it was destroyed.
Usually such systems are under an “umbreall” of systems like the Pantsir AD System, which
Syria has over 40 of them!
Pantsir can engage and destroy projectiles.

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Kirkuk, Irqaq update – Iraqi soldier removing Kurdish flag in Kirkuk
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Convoy armored vehicles Iraqi government forces captured Kurdish-held city Kirkuk 16 Oct. – seized city’s provincial government headquarters, control of city’s airport, an oil field, strategic K1 military base & Taza Khormatu district SE of Kirkuk. Pulled down Kurdish flag. Some Kurdish civilians fleeing city of 1 million people. Crowds ethnic Turkmen who opposed Kurdish control were celebrating. “This day should become a holiday, we’re so happy rid of Barzani’s party.”
http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2017/10/baghdad-iraqi-forces-full-control-kirkuk-171016133409720.html

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Ziad i was worried something had happened to you,i am so glad you are ok. I have followed syrian perspective since the begining and your brutally honest reporting on the terrible crimes against syria are a welcome respite from the msm lies and disinformation which get excreted on a daily basis. I have always believed the syrians will defeat the satanic cockroaches spewed forth from the anus of beezelbub . Your unshakeable ,solid belief in your country’s eventual victory is an inspiration for any people who face insurmountable odds. To the people of syria-God is on your side and the… Read more »

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Saudi King confirms to Abadi in a telephone call the Kingdom’s support for the unity of Iraq and its rejection of the results of the referendum in the Kurdistan region

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Some minor points: – Bridge in DeZ was built mainly to allow technical and resupply to cross Euphrat. It was necessary to complete Dez encirclement. – SAA is now able to use Mayadeen bridge. it’s broken at each end but can be repaired very fast using T72 MTU AVLB or something akin. – There is no race to Al Bukamal, but not because there is an agreement SDF/SAA but because SDF has no enough manpower to do it. I was wondering why SAA didn’t cross Euphrat in DeZ ” in force ” to prevent SDF to conquer oil fields. The… Read more »

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So what happened with the Israeli targeting of the AA nest? Real? Fake? Details?

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ISIS situation inside Deir ez Zour city has shifted from bad to worst, their morale is non existent plus the lack of supplies and ammo are taking a huge toll, as mentioned few times already. Yesterday and today ISIS saw the SAA and allies complete the encirclement of the city from the left bank with the liberation of al Husayniyah and the Hawijat Kati` Island which shared shores with friendly part of Deir ez Zour. Interesting to note that SDF fanboys have been sharing this area under SDF for almost a month. Today, not confirmed yet but certainly tomorrow, all… Read more »

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Congratulations to the Syrian People on these great developments! Congratulations Ziad, congratulations Canthama, congratulations all around.
Thanks for the updates!
What did I say about the Kurds? Nothing to worry about. They will be sold out by the us. We said this here at Syrper as soon as the “SDF” was announced. We knew it and sadly the Kurds knew it too. What suckers!

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Some info on what to come after Mayadin liberation: 1) PMU in Iraq has met for a all out offensive to the Syrian border, both in Nineveh and Anbar Province, this is indeed the last plan to eliminate ISIS from Iraq and hopefully, as previously shared, in full and completely coordination with the SAA, Russia, Iran and Hizballah, the C4+1 is working around the clock to bring ISIS to its final defeat as soon as possible, may early 2018 2) TF has increased the defensive forces around southern Mayadin and helped to clear Mahassan pocket north of it. Orders to… Read more »

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As of Iraq, what I have to say is WELL DONE ISF and allies, hell of a great execution in liberating Kirkuk and bring it back to Iraq. The next few days will show: 1) More areas under KRG occupation will be stormed and control will be back to Iraq. 2) There is huge tension in Sulaymaniah Province, this is a large Iraqi Province, under KRG but with a long border with Iran and locals (Arab and Kurds) not sympathizers to Barzani thugs. After 09/25 referendum, KRG has declared its “passion” to Israel, clearly sending downwards any possibility for KRG… Read more »

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Why don’t the Russians give Syria some real AA systems that can actually defend Syria? And if they don’t, why not get them from China? What is going on? Israel is making the Syrian look like suckers. What good is an AA system if it cant shoot down a plane and gets destroyed in return? Is this the best that the defense industry has to offer’/

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serem00‏ was kinbd enough to allow us to create our own maps using his template. Now you can attack SDF and take the oil fields with out firing a shot.