SAA REPELS RODENT ATTACK IN GOLAN HEIGHTS; WE MOURN THE UNTIMELY DEATH OF A GREAT AND LOYAL SYRIAN; SAA UNCOVERS MORE ARSENALS IN DER’AH

DER’AH:

The Western propaganda media is in full gear describing the surrender of the terrorist forces, once funded and abetted by the United States and its NATO allies, as a “deal” brokered by the Russian National Reconciliation Delegation where, the terrorists “agreed” to remove themselves from towns they once controlled and cede them over to the legitimate Syrian government.  Hooey!  The terrorist groups, including Jaysh Al-Islam, had become so terrified of the citizens they were tormenting that they simply surrendered all their heavy and medium weapons to the SAA.  Simple as that. No agreement. The ones who want to take advantage of the Amnesty Program or want to have their status “adjusted” can do exactly that.  Those who have a sour grape taste in their mouth can go to Idlib in the same way the British say:  “Go to Coventry!”  Or as I say:  “Go to Hell!”.

My source in Damascus tells me he heard that Muhammad ‘Alloosh and several high ranking members of the “Army of Islam” (yawn) or Jaysh Al-Islam have left Syria for parts unknown.  My own suspicion is he stealthily crossed into Jordan and then into Saudi Arabia where he can practice his paedophilia to his heart’s content.

  1. A photo of just one of the armored vehicles commandeered by the SAA at Naseeb.

Here’s a photo from SANA of a field hospital where terrorist quacks treated injured terrorist rodents.  This is from the town of Nu’ayma which was liberated yesterday by the SAA.

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OBITUARY:  JULY 6, 2018 SEES DEATH OF FORMER MINISTER OF INFORMATION: ‘UMRAAN AL-ZU’BI, ESQ. 

We at SyrPer extend our sincerest condolences to the Al-Zu’bi family upon hearing of the untimely passing of Syria’s former Minister of Information, ‘Umraan Al-Zu’bi.  ‘Umraan was born in Damascus in 1959 to a family originally from Der’ah.  He subsequently went to law school at the University of Damascus.  He passed away after having been named Vice President of the National Progressive Front in 2016, a position he retained until his death.  He became Minister of Information in 2012 and was known for his very liberal approach to certain press freedoms.  I personally used to relish his interviews because of his unabashed contempt for the Saudis, Qataris and the rest of that bedounized trash he used to call ‘Irbaan or عربان .

We join the Regional Command of the Ba’ath Party, The National Progressive Front, Lawyers’ Union and the Ministry of Information in expressing our sadness over this fine man’s passing.  He died at the hospital after a very sudden cardiac arrest.  He was only 58 years old.

He will be remembered today at the Badr Al-Maaliki Mosque and interred at the Al-Sagheer Cemetery in Damascus.

In Pace Requiescat.  

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SYRIAN ARMY REPELS ZIO-RODENT ATTACK ON AL-BA’ATH CITY AND KHAAN ARNABA

Al-Ba’ath City:  It’s all out of the bag now.  Jabhat Al-Nusra is part and parcel of the Zionist plan for the Golan Heights.  Oh, these Ashkenazi Hebrew-impersonators probably shudder at the idea of aiding Takfeeri cannibals, but, have to swallow a bitter pill for the sake of their tin-pot settler state.

Yesterday, with Zionist connivance, (Monzer says SAA-MI intercepted a Druze communicating with a JN terrorist over known Zionist lines), a unit of about 14 cockroaches attacked SAA soldiers entrenched in a well-fortified base just south of Al-Ba’ath City.  A pilot-less drone was deployed for surveillance and sent back images of the rodents moving in a row of Toyota flatbeds festooned with 23mm cannons.  The terrorists also unleashed a barrage of mortar fire from rear positions inside Zionist lines.  No problem.

The captain in charge order an immediate frontal assault on the convoy with a Kornet operator accompanying all SAA units.  The convoy of rodents was annihilated to the tune of 12 killed and another two or three crawling back to the hole out of which they emerged.  Monzer says the carcasses of the terrorists were picked up by villagers who did not want to breathe downwind from the stink of the putrescent, decaying rats.

Oh, and by the way….. the drone returned unscathed.

Khaan Arnaba: Zionist aircraft and terrorist artillery bombed innocent villagers at this sleepy little town.  Only one citizen was injured because the SAA had warned the inhabitants of the attack and they all left for outlying areas.  The damage can be seen in the above photo.

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NEWS AND COMMENT:

Tony Gratrex sent me this article which will make Chris feel that much more vindicated.  Chris has been telling me about Genie for months.  Here it is:

http://www.iamawake.co/the-shady-oil-company-behind-syrias-hidden-war-golan-israel-genie/

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Canthama
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Thank you Ziad for the flow of up dates, lots of going on all over Syria lately. Firstly, RIP to Mr. al Zu’bi. I am reposting this comment from minutes ago on the last thread. “West and north Daraa villages understand it is over, they are all, basically, embracing the reconciliation. The whole area inside the red circle is requesting reconciliation, same offer done in the eastern Daraa. Russians and Syrian representatives will move in the key villages soon. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.962010&lon=36.161499&z=11&m=b&gz=0;359812545;328031475;1071166;2737233;0;2691202;260925;657708;514984;0;920104;92339;1599884;761512;1812744;1931350;1647949;2299845 Though the villages do want to embrace reconciliation to preserve the real state and businesses, the terrorists may try another… Read more »
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yup idk why russia does not use this excuse of continued attack on there base to wipe out idlib with strikes non stop

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South Front – Syrian War Report – July 6, 2018: Victorious Syrian Army Retakes Multiple Points From Defeated Mercenary JEWhadists On The Border With Jewrdan

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Victorious Syrian army takes control of Naseeb border crossing into Jewrdan | July 6th 2018 | Daraa province

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Battles for Syria | July 7th 2018 | updates from Daraa province

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It is time for Syria to start asserting itself in the eyes of global community. Time for President Assad to start talking about establishing Syrian security zones in northern Palestine and south-western Jordan to prevent future build ups of terrorists and their supply routes. The beating Syria dished out to the Israeli regime last month show their ‘Terror Dome’ is worthless garbage and the IDF terrorists are cowards. Time for President Assad to start leveraging the massively lucrative reconstruction contracts in Syria for state of the art air defense networks and aircraft. Putin wants to play games with Syrian lives… Read more »
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“Putin wants to play games with Syrian lives and security for his own geopolitical ambitions? Fine, give those contracts to China and let Putin fume.” agree 100% if russia wants to keep playing weak politics and reneging on there air defense contract with syria ,,Assad should bartor some contracts for top of the line air defenses and military equipment and surveillance

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“Putin wants to play games with Syrian lives and security for his own geopolitical ambitions? Fine, give those contracts to China and let Putin fume.” This kind of inane comment completely misses the big picture and misrepresents the tiny portion of the picture it purports to capture. But let’s pretend that, in some relatively small way, there are Syrians being sacrificed to the strategic geo-political reality of the conflict occurring in Syria. The victimization of Syrians would be indescribably worse if it were not for Russia’s intervention – which in case you hadn’t noticed, cost Russian blood as well. The… Read more »
Dong
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Grow the hell up. Russia gave absolutely minimal support for Syria. The few Russians killed have almost entirely incidental. No frontline troops. Only limited and relatively safe bombing from a couple of bases. If Russia actually supported Syria, they could have eradicated the foreign terrorists in under a year. Modern air defense network across the entire country. Airbases established all over Syria. Frontline Russian forces. Instead Putin used Syria and hundreds of thousands of Syrian lives as nothing more than bargaining chips for Putin’s geopolitical games. So anyone daring suggest Syria needs to lick the boot of Putin in gratitude… Read more »
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Russia performed a fucking miracle in Syria and turned the almost irreversable tide of democracy by Wahabism that was coming to Damascus. You clearly have no recollection of how fucked up things were 3 years ago. Russia is to be applauded for standing up to every piece of shit that was bent on doing a Libya 2.0 without setting off nuclear war. If the last 3 years didn’t happen you wouldn’t believe it could happen! So fuck off Dong.

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Other than helping the SAA cut off IS oil revenue, Russia has been a bit player in the Syrian war. The SAA and Hezbollah are responsible for 95 percent of Syria’s winning this sickening war. Iran has done very little compared to the major role they played in Iraq. Russia and Putin have been selling Syria out time and time again for their own selfish agenda. If Israel or IS taking over Syria was helpful to Russia’s interests, Putin would be sending his bombers against the SAA right now. Putin doesn’t give a damn about Syria or the Syrian people.… Read more »
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Amen. These Russian moves will make the history books.

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You are an idiot.

Activist Potato
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Meaning Ding-Dong is an idiot – in case anyone mistakes my pithy reply to Dong as a reply to Rizzle.

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The only idiot in this thread is you.

Just another dumb little kid running his mouth off.

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All these characters that at the beginning start posting with so much reason to win us over and then turn on a dime and bare their blood-dripping canines, it’s disturbing and funny at the same time.

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The Russian and Syrian people, like the Korean and Vietnamese people before them, have earned the eternal honour of standing for civilisation and justice before the whole world. Your sacrifice will support the many struggles to come. My heart goes out to you all.

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I have been telling people about Genie Energy for – at least – the last two years.
Yes – in my opinion – it explains a lot of the US and zionist strategy in the area.
The Sauds and their near neighbours have strong energy interests too.
The simple truth is that all the zionist and near-zionist machinations have failed.
The zionists will – now – just have to turn to stealing Gazan energy instead.

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that’s shale oil in the Golan. Not easy stuff to get out, would require hydraulic fracturing and all that comes with that in order to release the kerogen (a dense tarry oil like hydrocarbon) from the rock matrix… injecting a witches brew of noxious chemicals with the water (stuff like surficants, solvents etc.) poisoning the aquifers into which this polluted mix can migrate… said migration in fact being greatly facilitated by the micro fracturing of the rock matrix. Even after Syria recovers the Golan from the crusader-apartheid-death-squad state which it is currently occupying the major existing problems associated with fracking… Read more »
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Oh the supreme irony! The whole reason Israel took the Golan was to get control of the water – surface and subsurface. Now they’re poisoning that very water (which flows into Lake Tiberius and ultimately ALL Israeli agricultural via their National Water Cartier). That’s particularly ominous/ potent because the Ashkenazi “blooming desert” vision has driven Jewish-Israel to bastardize an arid landscape with water-intensive agriculture, making it all the more fragile and susceptible to this type of poisoning. Via Genie fracking, they are seeking to destroy the viability of their “own” land. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of colonists. (But… Read more »
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Greed drives that sick racist societies decision making… even to a suicidal extent.

Not surprising when one considers how Israel is the creation if of psycopathic Ashkenazi terrorrists, such as for example Menachem Begin (who directed the King David hotel mass terror attack, which murdered 90 or so people during the era of the British Mandate, before there was a state of Israel).

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are my eyes deceiving me or did Ziad just post 2 articles in one day? i dont think this has ever happened before

ziad
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heck i don’t recall the last time he had 2 posts in the same week even

ziad
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yesss my team croatia has went all the way as i hoped and they are in the semi final game now against england ,hope they cream england,,it was hard to cheer that game because russia was also not a team i wanted to see lose

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Course I was supporting Russia all the way, but if they were going to get beat I’m glad it was Croatia and not England. 🙂 I thought the Croatian Team Captain was very gracious towards the Russian Team in a pre-game interview.

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” yesss my team croatia has went all the way as i hoped ”

The US lapdogs that contributed to the fracturing of a great nation ” Yugoslavia “, sided with the Nazis and committed atrocious crimes against Serbians and others, and facilitated a terrorist state ” Kosovo ” to come into existence in the middle of Europe ? Really dude ?

ziad
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i am not too familiar witht hat complicated long war but i recall it was the islamist of bosnia that were trying to separate and nato went to there rescue bombing milosovitch and the christians of yugoslavia ,serbia croatia etc

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ziad: that’s not even close to the reality of that situation.
NATO never rescues anything.
The Islamists- you mean the KLA- just another US backed terrorist groups? I’ll leave a link to a 2010 article from my place showing the KLA all warm and cozy with Richard Holbrooke and Madeline baby Killer Albright
smooching it up with their organ smugger Hashim Thaci
I use the moniker KKK for the terror trio of Khazars, Kosovars and Kurds- all three have in common a penchant for drug and organ smuggling- All three share a common benefactor in the US.

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The breakup did not start with Bosnia. It started with the secession of Slovenia. Croats then began complaining about Serb oppression when in fact the late Tito himself was Croat. Coratia seceded, but had a large Serb minority that then seceded from Croatia. The Croation army attempted to prevent secession and Serbia then also intervened. Meanwhile Bosnia held a plebiscite deciding to secede. Serbia then intervened in Bosnia to prevent its secession.

There’s some evidence Western intelligence agencies had a hand in all this.

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The western intelligence agencies not just had a hand in all of this, they did everything to do this. That was the plan from the empire gringo and their satellites EU governments to end every socialist state around the world.

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@AR: actually it started not with the secession of Slovenia (and simultaneously Croatia), but some years before, when the communistic party/ congress of Yugoslav delegates on the federal level broke apart and a power struggle within the collective presidency erupted, spilling over to other federal structures like the Central Bank or the Peoples Army. Of course, as we can seen almost always, a economic recession took place some (7) years before, following the “Rules of the economical Hitman” with neoliberal economic solutions implied – similar to the crisis, that emerged lately between Spain and the Catalan region. By then, national… Read more »
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Thanks, Maningi. I figured intelligence and finance had something to do with it, but had no idea it all started so early. So they got to work soon after Tito died. Benevolent despotism may well be the best form of government, but the problem is always with succession.

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The problem with benevolent despotism is that malevolent despotism is one of the worst form of government and once a benevolent despot dies or is gotten rid of in some nefarious manner by malevolent minded actors… chances are pretty high that what follows will be despotic, but not benevolent. In fact in history brief periods of rule by benevolent wise rulers are lost in a sea of despotic misrule. The machinery of despotism, while on rare occasions where people are cosmically lucky enough to live under a wise and noble ruler can bring on short lasting “golden eras” has historically… Read more »
Jonas
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The usual. There were deep seated ethnic divisions. Well, not ethnic, since Croats, Serbs and Bosniaks are, genetically, all the same people.
Actually religious divisions, between Catholic, Orthodox and Muslims, that were easily exploited by foreign agents and stupid leaders. These various religious groups were apparently itching to start killing each other, so a small push was enough, and they had their deathwish granted. Like Syria.
Now they all cry for Yugoslavia times, like Syrians cry for what was Syria before. Too late.
All religions profess peace, but in the end they cause a lot of division and death. Go figure…

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No one should have the right to forget that!
Between Croatia and England, I hope they both lose.

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الفاصوليا الأربعين
Fog Of War
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Try again, we don’t read squiggly .

ziad
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it’s arabic,,can you be any less respectful?

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Foggy & ziad
Actually, it’s rude of ‘Mr Squiggle’ to be deliberately ‘exclusive.’ In most cultures, it is considered very impolite to converse in a language not understood by all listeners present. We don’t see our French posters posting all in French, etc. What if there was a Chinese poster who posted only in Mandarin, huh????

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斯奎格尔先生,你是一只粗鲁的阿拉伯猪。
Sī kuí gé ěr xiānshēng, nǐ shì yī zhǐ cūlǔ de ālābó zhū!
Ozskeptic fēicháng cōngmíng!

ziad
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well in case you forgot syria is an arabic speaking nation,some posters may not even speak english but want to express themselves too, others feel more comfortable using it for some reason,,this is a site not a country for you to tell ppl to speak english,,not like its the international recognized language ,,many times we see ppl using other languages online like Spanish,Chinese etc leave it be

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Lighten up, I’m making a joke. Arabic is as squiggly to me as our alphabet is to an Arabic speaker. No disrespect meant.

ziad
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fair enough foggy

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Somebody forgot their smileys again. 🙄😉😀😎

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“The Americans refuse to leave. I suggest that the Republican Guard go there and make them leave. Go ahead.”

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USA are leaving and they think to give the control to the guards of republic? IS it right?

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The Americans refuse to leave. I suggest that the Republican Guard go there and make them
They leave. go ahead.

ziad
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there should be more world attention brought about genie company and stolen golan land,,also why has Assad or anyone else in high syrian position doing interviews never mentioned about the pipelines being one of the major reasons of this war because saudis/qatar and yanks were turned down? why has Assad never talked about this when asked multiple times what makes him think why the west has made an enemy of him? instead he tells them to ask the west because he does not know,,also the opcw said they found nothing yet i do not hear this making headlines anywhere nor… Read more »
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The gossip I have gleaned about King Sarko’s gross insult face-to-face with his excellency was retailed by I believe Thierry Meyssan. Rebuffed in his imperious demand that Syria allow a pipeline, Sarko was ignorant enough in his chauvinism, to threaten to bomb Syria into the Stone Age. Bashar reminded him that he was fluent in French, and told him, ‘Vous vous fuquez dans le cul,’ or bon mots to that effect. President Assad is not an investigative journalist. His demeanour in interviews is as a servant of the Syrian people, who are not benefitted by speculations on the psychopathy of… Read more »
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– This Is What Modern War Propaganda Looks Like –

https://southfront.org/this-is-what-modern-war-propaganda-looks-like/

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Uncertain why this post is getting negative reviews. The linked article is correct: it is nothing short of hypocritical to point out that the Yankee authorities’ most hated country (Iran) dislikes women going scarfless, yet fails to point out their second-best Middle East friend (Saudi Arabia, after Zionist Israel) does exactly the same thing. If women in Saudi Arabia did that as a political protest, they would be arrested and then publicly flogged by the Ministry of Promotion of Virtue and Denial of Vice. It’s also entirely possible that the women filmed were MEK cultists. By the way, this is… Read more »
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I don’t really agree with forcing women to wear headscarf; but you can be certain majority of these videos with alleged “millions of views” are fake, and paid bitches to cause unrest in Iran. Other than headscarf, Iranian women not only have been given total freedom, but in my view too much freedom; too much freedom to the point of complete social corruption. Women in general are the best and easiest targets in any society, specially today society, and specially in Iran, when you want to cause unrest. Iranian women are brainwashed and generally stupid; so using them to cause… Read more »
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– The Massive Mural That Captures Syria’s Surprising Alliance with North Korea –

https://foreignpolicy.com/2013/09/10/the-massive-mural-that-captures-syrias-surprising-alliance-with-north-korea/

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beautifull

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The mural is beautiful, but the accompanying article and the publication itself are exemplars of zionist narrative making media factories. FP is a globalist publication for instructing its well indoctrinated “intellectuals” in current correct thinking.

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Doesn’t matter that much. The fact is Syria and North Korea have a history of supporting each other.

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I disagree… it does matter to point out that Foreign Policy is an Orwellian globalist publication… and in fact the accompanying article is a perfect example of this Zionist propagandistic slant. It might not matter to you, but it does matter to me (and I suspect many others as well) that the source be correctly characterized for being, in matter of fact, what it is.

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Well said rebuttal, by Kevork Almassian in an on-air debate with some fsa mouthpiece… and on Turkish TV too

“The people who oppose your (opposition) narrative in Syria are being beheaded on a daily basis, whether it is in Daraa or Idlib. This is not a kind of Syria that we want for 24 million Syrians. We don’t want a Wahabi style of life”

ziad
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of course the western msm will never show this embarrassment that counters all there fear mongering narratives of syrian ppl being displaced because of the daraa offensive or other offensives which only help bring ppl back home once those filthy rebels run away ,,,
Displaced Syrians returning home in Dara’a after ceasefire deal between govt., militants
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2018/07/07/567369/Daraa-Syria-ceasefire-militants
Displaced Syrians returning home after Dara’a deal

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How about them picking up the story of people returning to their homes like this:

http://syriauntold.com/2018/07/a-wave-of-reverse-displacement-towards-regime-controlled-areas-in-northern-syria/

Reverse displacement??? WTF?

Whatever The Regime™ does, they’re doing it wrong!

ziad
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The Debate – Battle for Dara’a

ziad
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‘Compounds found by OPCW in Douma commonly used in industry’ – chemistry professor

ziad
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Syrian journalist sends a message from the Jordanian border

ziad
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What’s the impact of Syrian forces’ gain in Deraa? | Inside Story

ziad
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i hope syria will destroy those turkish border walls that are actually deep inside syria because turdgay just stole syrian land doing this,,every inch means exactly that right? and golan goes without saying,if Assad does not take this opportunity to get it back i doubt very much syria will start a war later on to get it ,,it needs to be done now and all past promises from many decades ago kept,,,
Battles for Syria | July 7th 2018 | updates from Daraa province

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Well that was quick: North Korea says talks with Sec. Pompeo were “REGRETTABLE” and accuses the US of trying to unilaterally pressure the country into abandoning its nukes

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Elf Mabrouk SAA and allies!!! Awesome!!

john
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thanks

ziad
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this lunatic is really starting to piss me off more than the kikes with his audacity,, idiot truly thinks he is sultan ottoman emperor,,let him build it then the saa will roll over it ,, turkish dog keeps smoking hash now that he thinks he is ottoman king,,idiot actually wants to invade another country and shove his history there?? in other words take a dump on syrian soil,,someone tell putin to remind this monkey it’s time to go back home or keep to his part of the deal if he wants to keep living,,, Turkey plans to restore their World… Read more »
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Hi ziad! Ref: Croatia @ “my team croatia has went all the way as i hoped and they are in the semi final game now .. i am not too familiar with that complicated long war..” You are an intelligent person. Why not do just a little research the Balkan war, the NATO attacks on the Serbian people and while you’re at it … the role of Croatia during WWII? ‘The Independent State of Croatia’ (NDH) was created by Adolph Hitler in 1941 – a fascist puppet state and it still is! * Ustashi Croatian soccer-skinheads can stick their flying… Read more »
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croatia is worst than Kurds. They were the butchers of USA Nato KSA criminals. I loved Yugoslavia quite as Syria. We call Syria the Yugoslavia of middle east.
PEVAJ SRBIU W Serbia!

ziad
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idk why you bring that up again under that post? and i did do a bit of searching,i was watching a 3 min video trying to explain the order of things that happened but it was complicated to follow,,so who out of this whole mess are we suppose to side with? milosovitch? serbs? and many countries sided with nazi during the time,should we hate them all? do we hate germany? im certainly not siding with the islamists in that debacle thats for sure

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UPDATES AND ANALYSIS. 1. Trump stronger in the US than before…for now. 2. US possibly quitting At-Tanf and “Rojava”. 3. EU in disarray. 1) Trump’s position in the US is significantly stronger than it was in the first part of his presidency where a controversy arose nearly every couple of days be it: – Calling African countries ‘”shithole” countries. – Bannon, the man called the “shadow president” forced out. – Spicer, white house spokesman, forced out. – Flynn, forced out. – Kelly Anne Conway silenced. In the first year or so of his presidency controversy was constant and even I… Read more »
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This map is from -GEROMAN’s twitter.

What it doesn’t show is all the Russian ships off the Syrian coast.

All the Russian fighter planes and air defence systems inside Syria.

The location of the thousands of Russian soldiers inside Syria.

No other country on earth has more Russian soldiers in it other than Russia itself, so when Putin threatened nuking America if it attacked Russia’s “allies”? Who are these allies if not the Syrians and others?

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@Canthama and everyone else.

Caveat: The following map uses the word ‘regime’ for the Damascus government.

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However it’s from EHSANI2’s (a pro-government user) twitter.

https://pbs.twimg.com/card_img/1015894080558108672/u62eCt8y?format=png&name=800×419

Green buses arrive in Dara’a.

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Well, I have nothing against the word “Regime” if it is applied on every country or nation on our planet. Therefore the UN should be renamed to UR (United Regimes), making the member states with veto power of the Security Council to the leading Regimes of our Times. 🙂

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maningi/MD, the word regime is used in many non English language to label a legit State or Government, unfortunately due to the miss use by NATO/G7/GCC/Israel during their aggression toward Libya, Yemen and Syria, as a form to downgrade a Government, this word got a new negative dimension, and won’t be able to return to the previous connotation ever. In most languages the word regime and Government means the same with no negative twist. Elijah’s articles to the Kuwait newspaper he work for, is translated to at least 8 languages from Arabic, and all the translation follow the original Arabic… Read more »
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Hi Canth, I’m in my 40s and the word regime has been a negative term since I can remember growing up here in the UK, in the US-UK media. Arabic is the same, the word for “regime” (implying a dictatorship, brutal government) is ‘nizam’ (to be precise the ‘z’ should be a ‘th’). The Arabic word for government is ‘hukumah’. These two words have the same function as in English and are exactly the same as in English (a lot of modern standard Arabic is copy and paste of English terms) i.e. regime/nizam = illegitimate, evil and ‘government/hukumah’ = legitimate,… Read more »
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Interesting, thanks for the explanation. No matter how, it is only natural that the world regime will be labeled and used worldwide as negative, and will permeate in all languages from the massive use by the MSM.
Having said that, I am using constantly in twitter to refer to the NATO/Israel/GCC/G7 ruling political group as regime, intentionally to downgrade their status. No coming back.

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Many amongst the US left/liberal elites frequently refer to the:

“Trump-Pence regime”.

Amazing 10, well definitely 20 years ago the thought of a large portion of Americans (so narcotized and indoctrinated with MSM propaganda) calling their ‘wonderful’ (sarcasm) government, the “Upholder of freedom and democracy” across the world, regime was simply unthinkable.

It’s just indicative of how divided the US is, it’s not on a precipice but is close to it.

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I believe this term has had a negative connotation since the French Revolution, they called the absolute monarchy the “Ancien Régime” (old regime).
But the actual meaning of the word is “system of rule”. So, you can have a democratic regime, totalitarian regime, etc.
The Latin origin of the word is obvious in Portuguese, a language that you know. Regime, from “reger”, meaning “to rule”.

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Yes, in root and other languages the term may be neutral, but in English it has acquired a negative connotation because the media apply it only to governments hostile to or even attempting to be independent of the Empire.

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MD: the most positive connotation to the word ‘regime’ I know of in the English language is ‘unelected government’, mostly implying it is undemocratic, authoritarian and autocratic. A typical regime would be Francisco Franco’s in Spain or Tito’s in Yougoslavia. Both were dictators. Nowadays ‘regime’ may also be applied upon our Western pseudo-democracies in the same way any non-compliant government is called regime by these hypocrites.

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A Free “Syrian” Army soldier with a map of the Ottoman empire written in *Turkish*.

ERDOGAN FIRES 18,000 TURKS FROM JOBS.

“Abdullah Bozkurt

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On this Sunday, #Erdogan fires 18,632 gov’t employees in #Turkey without any effective administrative or judicial probes, brands them as “terrorists”. Well over 100,000 were already dismissed before.”

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The Turks are also heading towards a possible major recession later this year or next.

@Canthama

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Looking at this Flag of the “New Ottoman Empire” i must say, that these crazy people seem to be heading directly into medieval times …

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It seems to me the US plan had been to create AKP style regimes (Islamist-lite) across the middle east with their leader being Turkey. That failed as secular republican nationalist militaries in the area e.g. Egypt and Syria defeated Brotherhood aspirations to capture power. 1. Turkey is a heavily nationalistic country, the whole country and its population is saturated to their core with hardcore, militant nationalism. However for Turkey’s conservatives, they link it to the Ottoman state and aspirations for domination of the middle east and thus the entire Islamic (Sunni at least) world. For secularists/Kemalists, they hate and loathe… Read more »
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ben
Mmm .. delicious.
So, what point are you trying to make with this picture?

ben
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Erdo still ripens, but then, but then..
All the Otto-dream will be cut to pieces
in a red mess.

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The interesting thing will be to pay attention to US increasing financial warfare tactics against Turkey in order to push it into recession.Some of these tactics have already been taken with more to come. Such as the threatened sanctions of the purchase of the s-400’s Then the sanctions threat over the spook “priest” held by Turkey Turkey Risks U.S. Sanctions Over ‘Hostage’ American Priest To understand the spook comment you’d have to read up on the connections between the Rockefeller largesse and their ties to Pentacostal missionaries (so called) As it was in Brazil, so it is with the Pastor… Read more »
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Penny, I would like your opinion on the Muslim brotherhood and its relation to the same organization in Egypt.
Are the purges that Erdogon enacts related to this organization? Is the brotherhood supported by the cia?
I am having a hard time understanding the history, and have been researching it.

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And isn’t the Muslim Brotherhood itself the creation of the British empire to be a vehicle for creating the outcomes that the empire desired for the MENA region

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maybe, but it was nassar and the MB that defeated the british in the suez crisis.

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Don’t forget the Armenian genocide, which was a Keramalist era war crime (committed with a lot of enthusiastic help from the Kurds, who occupied the murdered Armenian homes and villages) that Turkey (or the Kurds) to this day has never faced up to having committed.

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Do we actually have anyone on here who supports the Armenian genocide? Why the down vote…. so immature whoever you are

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The map in the background is HISTORICAL – enough to look at the borders of the European countries, probably around AD 1650. So this means these people strive to return to the old times.

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After a day of certain calm in southern Daraa, the Tiger Forces are back again and have liberated completely the village of Umm Mayatheem and forcing the terrorists as Nassib village to flee their position for fear of being trapped, Syrian flag raised in Nassin village by the SAA has not entered yet, sweeping for mines is needed. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.575749&lon=36.102619&z=13&m=b The above, allows the TFs to continue toward western Daraa and encircle the hardcore terrorists in Daraa al Balad. An important battle will be fought south of the grand silos (under Tiger Forces) at the Gharaz area, this leads directly to… Read more »
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Good afternoon Canth. Thank for wonderful work for Syria.
You and Ziad deserve an award from peaceful Syria one day.
Now, what is the relative strengths of Syria and Turkey? Can Syria fight Turkey in case the Turks decide not to give back Syrian lands.

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The bigger question is really how is Syria going to reclaim 1/3 of it’s entire nation state territory, oil and water from the US backed Kurds?
It’s like the elephant in the room that is never/rarely mentioned.
and it’s of far, far more importance to Syria’s well being-
The very water supply of Aleppo city depends on the answer to this question!

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Hi Penny
Yes, we are all well aware of the ‘elephant.’
Just don’t ‘poop’ on our parade at this happy time.
Rats first … elephant later. To do it the other way around (attack Kurds while jihadists are still in the field) would be very silly. Then Syria can toss a coin for whose next …. kurds or turds?
*Besides, kurds may be coming to their senses soon.

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Interesting .. if true: The al-Watan daily quoted some opposition sources claiming that Syrian government delegations have had meetings with commanders of the YPG, who control the Eastern bank of the Euphrates River, adding that some Syrian military officers, and governor generals of Raqqa and Hasaka provinces had attended these meetings. Also, Kurdish-affiliated sources disclosed that a new agreement has been endorsed between the YPG and the Syrian government in which the Kurds will hand over oil facilities to Damascus. Al-Watan reported that the Kurdish militia groups were showing strong signs in their talks with Damascus authorities of a desire… Read more »
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Hi Howard, always good to have you around Syrper. Syria won’t fight a war with Turkey inside recognized Turkish border, but yes Syria would fight turkish regime army illegally inside Syria, no doubt about that. But lets be clear with one thing, turkish army has been at war against Syria for 7 years now, turkish soldiers were involved in most battles in the north of Syria against the SAA and civilians, one well reported event is the criminal attack toward northern Lattakia at Kessab through the official Turkish border crossing with turkish army artillery hitting the SAA positions around the… Read more »
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Canthama “ Syria still controls its airspace, meaning no turkish chopper or jets could enter Syria airspace without risking to be downed,
And yet Turkish choppers etc did enter Syrian airspace for the Afrin move- with the green light from Russia and Syria, obviously.

Idlib is controlled jointly by Turkey and Russia- it seems they’ve already worked out what will become of the terrorists moved there.. since they are cooperating present day in Idlib (both having established observation posts in Idlib)

Again the elephant in the room is ignored.
US backed Kurds holding one third of Syria’s territory?
controlling major oil and water resources

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Where do you get the obsessive idea that the ‘elephant’ is being overlooked here? Absolutely noone forgets the US occupation of Euphrasia. The question has been talked about in great detail here and everywhere, and as you may know talk is ongoing about it on the highest level of diplomacy between the superpowers. So what is it you want to point to?

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Penny is right, although she is projecting further forward than most like to think. Canthama: “Syria still controls its airspace, meaning no Turkish chopper or jets could enter Syria airspace without risking to be downed” With respect to Canthama, I think that’s only partially correct. I don’t think there is much doubt that the Russian Federation has assisted Syrian forces in shooting down many of the Yankee / Zionist missiles that they have been lobbing into Syria by providing real-time intelligence and tracking. Not sure they will do so if the SAA militarily attacks Turkish positions even within sovereign Syrian… Read more »
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Penny, why don’t you understand the concept of “one step at a time”? We’ll get to the One-Third-Kurd in due time, relax.

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Thanks Canty. You’re always for Syria. Keep it up. The struggle is coming to an soon. I hear Trump is planning to evacuate JEWUSA occupation forces from Iraq and Syria for good.

Long live Syria. Dr Assad is gradually cementing its place as the greatest Syrian leader, leaving his late father behind. His leadership qualities are beyong comparism in Syria now.

God bless Dr Assad

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Iraq is sure acting like the Ukraine. I wonder why ?

– Iran cuts electricity supplies to Iraq over unpaid bills –

https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20180707-iran-cuts-electricity-supplies-to-iraq-over-unpaid-bills/

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Fog of Mind
“Iraq is sure acting like the Ukraine. I wonder why ?
– Iran cuts electricity supplies to Iraq over unpaid bills?
???????
Gibberish!
*Even haspara trolls need to have some standards.

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@ Ozskeptic,

Oh, give ol’ ‘Fats Domino’ a rest, will you?

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Daniel, oh no you did it. I was going to keep this arm of massive destruction for WWIII. FOW, you will switch your name back to Fats Domino, will you?

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Please elaborate. Iraq hasn’t paid its fair bills to Iran. I wonder which country would want this exact outcome ? Seeing “FATS” everywhere is probably a sing of deeper issues.

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Very nice ‘lapsus’ Foggy: you tried to write ‘SIGN of deeper issues’, however you wrote ‘SING’ because you know Fats Domino was a singer. Are you also a song bird, Fats? How do you know I would see Fats everywhere if you don’t know Fats used to be a poster over here? How do you know Fats was a poster although your name FOW appears to be new to this site? So many questions.

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Fats, now that we can speak openly, can you explain your change of mind, from rat groupie to temerary fighter against imperialism?

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Turkey’s Erdogan purges 18,632 people after re-election – 9,000 police, 6,000 military
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199 academics. Their passports cancelled. Expected lifting of two-year-old state of emergency this month, declared after “failed coup attempt” July 2016. Turkish authorities dismissed 160,000 govt workers since failed military intervention, of whom 50,000 formally charged and kept in jail. (Implications and trend RE future relations with Syria? Russia? US? Mike).
https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-08/turkeys-erdogan-purges-18000-civil-servants-decree

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Director of the Latin American Center of Hugo Chávez, Egor Lidovsky said: “Venezuela is in danger because it poses the greatest threat to the US in Latin America – it has a very powerful army. Washington’s only option is a full military invasion. Venezuela needs to strengthen its army, mobilize its forces and be ready to repel the threat.” https://www.fort-russ.com/2018/07/maduro-prepares-military-for-us-invasion/ Duh! Have they learnt NOTHING from Libya & Syria! They won’t get an invasion. They will get simultaneous, violent, well-armed ‘uprisings’ (by ‘peaceful’ democracy protesters, of course) across the country, plunging them into urban warfare and terrorism they have no… Read more »
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I would say the Bolivarians have learned plenty from Libya and Syria. They make their own military vehicles, and have Russian and Chinese gunboats, AA missiles and planes. If the Dotard ramps up pressure on Iran they may every well block the Straits of Hormuz from oil shipments — and that will make a bonanza for Maduro and PVD the state oil company, because high oil prices are good for their extra-heavy crude’s profitability. Uncle Shitheel’s move on one side will screw him on the other. The Bolivarian Revolution has its own mid-life crisis, but its focus is aimed directly… Read more »
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fellow skeptic, the color revolutions in Venezuela have been failing for 8 years, the Venezuelans are no fools!

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Idio
I hope you are right .. I only worry how many special ops, mercs, saboteurs and snipers are going to be deployed next time. Venezuela must not be as dismissive of that threat as you clearly are.

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An idiot misused my ben name..
Must be one of my dancing Shoa-trolls.
Heroic Syria with its greatest Leadership Levant
ever saw I support it from zero hour.
Same like Abu-Ziad here.

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Epic amounts of weapons and munitions are being handed over by the terrorists to the SAA in Deraa

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The SAA is in control of “Syrian Air defense battalion” in west of the city of Daraa, further isokating the rapidly shrinking terrorrist pocket in the southern half of Dara’a city from the possibility of ligistical support from the other (also rapidly shrinking) terrorrist pockets, including those hugging the ceasefire line with the apartheid state that is occupying the Syrian golan.

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PNW, in fact is bigger than that, the air defense battalion (high ground for all southern Daraa) was indeed liberated early today, and the Tiger Forces are advancing by the Jordanian border right now, reaching the curve in the map below. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.561282&lon=36.168365&z=12&m=b&gz=0;361067390;325220656;525283;399399;525283;399399;278091;208404;267791;332845;0;162096;267791;49211;281524;144730;669479;0 These two moves basically sealed the terrorists in Daraa al Balad. Furthermore, the area below has embraced the reconciliation, and Russian police is entering Kharab Al-Shahm. That will put a tremendous pressure at Yadudeh and Muzayrib. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.663006&lon=36.048803&z=13&m=b&gz=0;360075187;326181230;0;471230;175094;661964;308990;552152;514984;274673;254058;0;175094;367176 Unconfirmed reports that Russian police is inside Tafas. Should it be confirmed, most of the western/Northern Daraa will be reconciling in… Read more »
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The speed with which the SAA is liberating the southern heartland of the rebellion is impressive. The jackals attempt to dismember Syria and impose a wahabi regime upon its people (those whom would have been left alive after the wahabi inspired sectarian genocide murdered everyone else) is over…. and it seems even the Israelis realize this by now.

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Canthama – As PNW says above, the speed of SAA advance has been impressive but it also seems that the infrastructure destruction and SAA casualties have been considerably less than what could have been the case (or was expected)?

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It was expected. The plan in the south has been always a mix of military and reconciliation, pre ops Basalt, some 100 villages gave word to the Syrian Gov’t and Russians that were willing to reconcile, the advance in the past 10 days proved that the info was correct and validated with the minimum amount of fight (Busra al Harir was an exception with a fierce battle), but most of the other villages were liberated with minimum fight and lots of pressure from the locals against the terrorists. By preserving as much as possible of the real state and businesses,… Read more »
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I feel the Tiger forces are modern masters at not fighting the battle that the enemy wishes they would fight and for which they have dug in and prepared… but instead to execute these signature brilliant rapid flanking moves that often are following very closely on the heels of devastating artillery & rocket barrages that result in rapid encirclement, as is ocurring now, asoccured in E. Ghouta and earlier in the liberation of the Abu al Duhur airbase! The tiger instead fights the enemy precisely in the manner and time (and where) the Tiger wants. The Tiger forces control howthe… Read more »
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One of their tricks was to send snipers in front and hide, then when the SVBIED’s show up, the gunners take them out after which the rats send in the suicide troops, the snipers pick them off from behind and then retreat while the shock troops show up like they do to collect booty but instead face an organised and prepared TF front line. This is a dangerous position in normal war as that starts with bombing of front line position far ahead of the fortified positions and those snipers would be trapped or easily killed off.. But it works… Read more »
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I would love to read a definitive list of captured & KIA ZioNato SF. Won’t happen of course, but is good to hope.
And what happened to the alleged 200 captured SAS in Ghouta?

Bundy☭
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The Russians sent them back! A special transport jet showed up and I think they sent them in those. Remember one of the conditions for JAI to leave was to let these go.

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I hope it is working the other way around and that some of these spies (for that is what undeclared enemy combattents are) receive the same long distance treatment that they have delivered. After all sniping is a two way street and I am certain that the SAA has some excellent shooters… and large caliber sniper rifles.

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Since the rats rarely attack in force, snipers are not very effective. But they do have a bunch of snipers.. Rats also crawl out of sewers before snipers can track them as well and are mostly close combat action in most places.

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Another provocation by Israel?

Warplanes coming from Jordan and flying low attempted to reach T-4 airbase by sneaking through al-Tanaf area.
Seeing reports that SAA air defenses just shot down number of (Israeli?) missiles that were fired on T4 base in the Homs countryside.

Any updates or confirmation?

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Yep, first report that the IDF plane managed to evade SyAAD and got a hit at T4, but no confirmation of the damage there, a video has been shared with a IDF air to ground missile being intercepted but can not be confirmed. This is happening in a moment that Israhell is getting really upset and desperate with the Tiger Forces approaching the Golan Heights. The fact that IDF once more flew through Jordan and al Tanf will increase the pressure on Jordan to stop allowing Israhell to do that or trade will be slow for Jordan. Al Tanf is… Read more »
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Seeing reports that it is confirmed that a pair of IDF F-16s launched at-least 6 Dalilah cruise missiles at IRGC positions in T4/Tiyas air base of Syria Arab Air Force. The twitter source also reports that another 2 F-35s & 2 F-15s are airborne protecting Israel’s Airspace. Also seeing reports of possible casualties too.

Canthama
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PNW, many reports saying 1 IDF jet damaged and the others had to leave Syrian air space, S200 used to repel the attack. T4 was hit but no casualties reported.

The more Israhell provoke Syria, the higher the risk that the SAA may enter in parts of the Syrian Golan Heights. This possibility is real once the SAA push both ISIS and al Qaeda toward the Golan Heights and Israhell embrace them all as refugees.

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That is good to hear. Perhaps another punishing missile barrage to destroy (again) the unit 8200 listening posts on Mt. Hermon that were targetted before in May or June last time Israel bombed T4. The zionists need to understand that there will be a cost they have to pay for each new provocation. Especially now with all tgat armor massed near the golan make them sweat a bit of blood and calm their ardor for war like actions. That listening post provides the IDF with critical signals intelligence so putting it out of action (even temporarily) will send the kind… Read more »
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SDF gets haircut! All the recent problems due to that..

Pacificnorthwest
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The SDF requires more than a haircut

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It’s quite possible that the whole of the south-east will be secured within the next 15 days. 1) Once that happens the focus moves on to At-Tanf (which is not that important) and the north, both the north-west (Idlib, Afrin) and the north-east (‘Rojava’) 2) I see events possibly like this. AUGUST/SEPTEMBER: AT-TANF – The alliance (Russia/Iran/Syria) pressurize the Americans on the At-Tanf pocket and At-Tanf is cleared of rebels. OCTOBER/NOVEMBER: IDLIB – The alliance pressurize the Turks and secure the remaining 2/3 of Idlib following on from the 1/3 they captured back in January-February. DECEMBER/JANUARY 2019: ROJAVA – The… Read more »
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If the Syrian civil war ends in 2019, it will have lasted for 8 years. The Iran-Iraq war lasted for 8 years, 1980-88. The Lebanese civil war lasted for 15 years from 1975-1990. The Iran-Iraq war was essentially a “victory” of sorts for the Iranians as they managed to ensure that their revolutionary government was not overthrown (Saddam was overthrown 15 years later in 2003, the revolutionary Iranian government of back then still continues). The Lebanese civil war was a victory for Iran’s ally Syria who the west accuse of essentially occupying Lebanon after 1990. This is from WIkipedia, a… Read more »
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re Phoenicians/Lebanese.. They did a DNA study and found they are mixed Iranians with the native inhabitants who were driven out by the Israelites.. Who are also of the same people. So the 3 offshoots of semites, they all survived.. even if the isralites god told them to kill off the others. Kind of like god telling one to kill his brother.. The fatal attraction of israel with these people might be because of that. That their brothers survived and are related to the Persians.. Who are all descendants of the yeminis father. Remember israel kidnapped yemini children.. and tries… Read more »
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Sorry I didn’t understand this part:

“So the 3 offshoots of semites, they all survived..”

What I got from your post (unless I’m wrong?) is that the Phoenicians/Lebanese are a mixture of Iranians and local Semites. This Semites were apparently expelled by the Israelites but were of the same ethnic stock as the Israelites?

Is that correct.

Who are the 3 offshoots of the Semites?

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Yes you got the gist of it. I posted it so you can search for the recent DNA test findings.. The Israelite are related to the Lebanese as they are siblings.. But the siblings did not like one of the brothers fornicating with the enemy Persians.. Who later on became these Phoenicians who developed the alphabet.. But Other Syrians also discovered this around the same time. It seems discoveries.. well rumors start and people look and discover wonders.. all around the same time. Or something like that because they have found civilization all around the world who all at around… Read more »
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I recommend Dr Shlomo Sand’s The Invention Of The Jewish People. Dr Sand is Israel’s only scientific archaeologist. All the others are Torah scholars, verifying Jahweh’s writ. Dr Sand says DNA shows the Hebes were up-country relatives of the Phoenicians — Commie farmhands, rubes. Their migration from Ur and Baghdad was fake, as was their enslavement to the Pharaoh. Etymological exegesis proves the OT to be a fraud. Likud has finally acknowledged Sands’s thesis. Sand has declared himself non-Jew.

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upvoting you because I see that you are the recipient of someone (an immature punk no doubt) who is automatically down-voting their “enemies”. I wish this person was man enough to argue on the merits of their position instead of injecting such cowardice into this list. Al tanf has importance not for its current tactical ability (or rather lack of ability) to support the now defeated FSA factions, especially to the east of Dara’a, but more, in my opinion, for the potential it has of causing future trouble. Parts of the globalist policy establishment, I believe still harbor ambitions to… Read more »
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Regarding the downvotes, thanks. Re At-Tanf: Yes you’re correct, it could be used as a base from which to cause further neo-con mischief in the future so will probably be rescured by the SAA. Just to add and remind everyone the SAA had a major offensive in the Idlib region in January and had secured 1/3 of the pocket when they suddenly stopped. Apparently it was because they received intelligence about a US plan to use rebels from the At-Tanf pocket to link up with rebels in eastern Ghouta and launch an offensive to take Damascus. If true then At-Tanf… Read more »
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THE US SECRET PLAN ON DAMASCUS FOILED: THE RUSSIAN ROLE BEFORE AND AFTER THE US/UK/FRANCE ATTACK REVEALED

https://ejmagnier.com/2018/04/15/the-us-secret-plan-on-damascus-foiled-the-russian-role-before-and-after-the-us-uk-france-attack-revealed/

Pacificnorthwest
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I suspect as well that something along those lines was about to go down. How else to explain the sudden abrupt shift from what appeared to be a very much in high gear and in midstream offensive of all these carefully built up forces that had just in fact liberated and secured the imperative Abu al Duhur airbase (which is by the way operational again supporting Syrian forces in Idlib) and the surrounding Qinasserin plains to be precipitously re-mobilized clear on the other side of the country. Putting together a large scale offensive like the SAA put together in Idlib… Read more »
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MD – love your detailed updates and philosophical speculation too. Just one tiny thing that I don’t like – you keep referring to the current conflict in Syria as a “civil war”? I’m not an intellect and don’t usually get hung up on semantics, but from what I’ve seen and read these past 7-8 years I really can’t acknowledge that this conflict is by accurate definition a ‘civil war’. Although there are inevitably some ‘opposition’ within a country in this and other regions who will pick up arms to express their discontent, I see most of this conflict being organised… Read more »
Muslim Dude
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This war in Syria will probably be called a civil war even by most Syrians (‘harb ahli’ in Arabic) just like: – Americans call the war in the 1860s the ‘American Civil war’ rather than something like ‘the southern rebellion’ or ‘the anti-Slavery war’ (though apparently some in the south call it the ‘Northern war of aggression’?) – Spaniards call the war there in the 1930s, the Spanish civil war. Even though in both wars outside parties helped local armies e.g. the Soviets helped the Republicans in Spain whilst Hitler and Mussolini helped the ‘nationalists’ (we can’t really call them… Read more »
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There is a difference… 100,000 Syrian soldiers have died, 50,000 Syrian NDF/foreign militia have died and so have 50,000 FSA.. But over 100,000 foreign terrorists have been killed by the Syrian army.. So when you look at the combatants, the largest would be the Syria Army v/s foreign terrorists.. How would you write a report on this? You cant put a table up and say 100,000 Syrian army died against 25000 Syrian FSA but 100,000 auxiliaries were killed on the FSA side? It would look really strange..And how did losing just a 1/4 of the men result in their defeat?… Read more »
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Where can one get reliable casualty figures for the war in Syria? The politicized Wikipedia quotes “opposition activists groups” and so-called independents like SOHR as sources. Wikipedia also lists a grand total of 5 US and 1 UK servicemen killed, which seems to me incredibly low considering how invested both of these countries are in removing President Assad. As for defining this conflict – I think the people who brought us this war want everybody to think it is a “civil war.” But, despite local elements participating in the war on the Syrian government, this is not a true civil… Read more »
Bundy☭
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It is difficult to track due to the sheer number of foreigners involve din it who come and go and die.Although we can get pretty accurate report on number of Syrian soldiers killed as well as all the allied militias. All of them are proud of their mission and have huge burials with all the trimmings. The thousand or so Iranians are also represented by the villages and cities they were from. The terrorists killed would include all the civilians since they are not counted as terrorists. And Russia killed a lot of them, they say over 50,000… And this… Read more »
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@Bundy: There is a fairly good estimation about “foreign” extremists fighting in Syria between April 2011 and the end of 2015 (The number is about 360,000, based on a study from Firil Center for Studies FCFS, Berlin, Germany). The number of the domestic Syrian extremist opposing Assad should be known to the Syrian Government. All in all the number of all extremist having been fighting in Syria from the beginning of the conflict till now will be well over 500.000, taking into account the Kurdish and Turkish Forces.
https://www.sott.net/article/326330-Report-on-foreign-fighters-in-Syria-5-years-of-war-360000-foreign-fighters

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The scale of the imposed war on Syria is mind numbing… that Syria has defeated this concerted and massive effort to destroy the country by the combined forces of the coalition of the killing is actually pretty amazing. I am certain that those who unleashed this wahabeast sex jihadi zombie horde on Syria fully expected the state to bedestroyed in short order in the color revolution… then when it was not, to be ground down by the combined invasion forces infiltrated into the country from Jordan, Iraq (ISIS), Israel & Turkey. It is nice to witness the destruction of these… Read more »
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Based on Maningi’s numbers from SOTT, it’s rather astounding that they even survived until 2015. It also puts paid to our resident troll’s claims that “Assad’s mistakes” are solely responsible for the war. No doubt Assad made mistakes, as have Russia and Iran, but it’s pretty damn clear the war could not have gotten to full swing without 2 foreign jihadis for every Syrian dissident who took up arms.

Edit: I guess we know now where the 21 trillion went.

Pacificnorthwest
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I suspect then lions share of that went to places like Tel Aviv and various off shore parking lots and from there to increase the already astronomically huge fortunes of the ultimate capi dei capi of the globalist war-making/banking/drug-running/human trafficking syndicates comprising the cartel.

The people of America are being squeezed dry and we will be left holding an unsustainable (national, corporate, local and personal) debt and living through a terrible unwinding crash…

but hey, the Oligarchy will prosper and that is what matters (for them)

the Thylacine
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The armed Syrian ‘opposition’ was always 95% foreign. As the imported rubbish scurries away to the 85 Islamist toilets it came from, the remnants may have a higher proportion, but not by much.

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I never ever realized it were that many.
So that also means my propaganda did have more effect on a larger number of people then I ever imagined the last 7 years.

It also means that I could NOT have done more then I already did.

Defeated JEWhadist TROLLs
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http://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/6de7cb99-442d-4a60-95de-3b591cc7c514/Kurdistan-Region%E2%80%93Rojava-border-opened-after-three-month-closure

ثائر الجبهة الجنوبية درعا والقنيطرة
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Massive International Coalition convoy has arrived to SDF areas,crossing the Semalka Border Crossing into SDF areas,the convoy consisted of 200 vehicles
11:55 AM – 8 Jul 2018

rut row

Pacificnorthwest
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keep dreaming… Rohava is dead on arrival. Give it up. Syria is reclaiming all of its land from the zioNato aligned jackals (including the Kurds of the SDF) who partook in the attempt to dismember it.

Bundy☭
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It’s me, your JEW inbred monster brother in arms dickhead pretending to be “Defeated JEWhadist TROLLs”.

So, shut the fuck up! You’re blowing my cover fuckface!

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After 7 years, tourist facilities located on the outskirts of the Damascus International Airport will reopen

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I can visualize Ozskeptic’s long awaited Syrper ‘Reunion’ party in the second half of 2019 now taking place.

the Thylacine
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We have our venue!

Muslim Dude
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Will Pommies be allowed? Or if they are allowed will it be at the cost of having to hear them being taunted about their dismal record in the Ashes? 😉

I jest.

Not sure if I can even classify myself as a ‘Pommie’

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M D
It is just possible by that time, Poms will be forbidden to boast about their World Cup Soccer victory.
(groan….)

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Looks very nice …but a long walk to the nearest bar for a beer or a glass (or bucket) of beer or ‘goon’ don’y you think?
*Fats/Foggy can be our Go-fer.

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A church in Damascus sees Syrians watching the Brazil match in the world cup.

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A festival in Damascus

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Mohammed Al-Asadi 🇸🇾

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The world’s biggest restaurant (according to Guinness), Damascus Gate Restaurant (Bawabet Dimashq) near #Damascus International Airport, is about to reopen for the first time since 2012. It has a 54,000 sq-m dining area, 2,500 sq-m kitchen & can serve 6,014 people. This is HUGE!

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This is the massive restaurant near Damascus airport.

ziad
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we should all meet there and celebrate once syria is fully victorious

ziad
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ziad

i think there is enough of room to fit us all

ziad
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ziad

no trolls allowed of course

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Wow!!!

Bundy☭
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Daraa now..

According to wael!

First time Israel used east Syria (SDF controlled) to attack Aleppo and Hama Today they used Al Tnaf area to attack the T4 AB.

Israel with a direct cooperation with the US used Al Tnaf area to attack the Iranian locations in/around T4 AB & Israeli jets launched several missiles over the coast of Lebanon against the AB

12 missiles were fired 7 were downed 4-5 missiles hit the empty surroundibg area, no casualties

Acc. To @mod_gov_sy one hostile jet were hit in the south.

losses:
UAV command.
Anti-Air systems (not confirmed).
A gathering point.

Pacificnorthwest
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never surrender… hahaha. Not much left of the “revolutions” epicenter (a tightly encircled little pocket becoming emotionally prepared to accept unconditional surrender)

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Looks like this attack didn’t go so well for the Jews.

Bundy☭
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Elijaha also states that Israel used SDF areas to attack the PMU forces at bukmal.. So its not just attacking Syria but Iraq as well..

ziad
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ziad

syria should have used the opportunity to play dumb and lobby several hundred SS missiles at al tanf ,,simply say the attack came from the coalition,,that will teach them not to risk there skin for the kikes ,what are they gonna do,tell syria that it should have known these were israhelli jets ? lol

ziad
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ziad

according to a syrian army source they say all missiles were intercepted and they hit a jet but could not confirm more than that,while other pro gov sources say some missiles hit there targets and the jet escaped,,so who the fuck knows with these things,,you never get a clear truthful picture

Bundy☭
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If you were not following, a Thai navy seal died while trying to keep some kids alive who were stuck in a cave.. Like 5 kids were already rescued today because of him. He was a very experienced diver..

Saman Gunan climbed and swam through two miles of precarious cave passages in Thailand today. He volunteered. He delivered oxygen tanks to 12 children stranded in the caves. On the way back, he ran out of oxygen himself and died.

The trip takes like 6 hours..

Pacificnorthwest
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I have been following this story. The man is a hero

Bundy☭
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Insider attack kills 1 American, wounds 2 more in southern Afghanistan

Thousands who fled recent fighting in Syria have returned home

Most Syrians displaced by recent fighting stranded at the border with Jordan in the country’s south have returned to their homes, a U.N. official and a group that closely monitors the Syrian war said Sunday.

https://www.stripes.com/news/middle-east/thousands-who-fled-recent-fighting-in-syria-have-returned-home-1.536629

The imperial mouth piece says this?? I had to make sure.. Why would they say anything positive? Their livelihood depends on being able to kill dark heathen atheist savages with no families.

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“The Western Tune Is Changing”
I would not count on it one little tiny bit! The UK has just gained a more senior role of the board of the OPCW to attribute blame!
https://journal-neo.org/2018/07/08/chemical-weapons-uk-sinks-to-new-level-with-opcw-terms-of-reference-change/
These UK Neo-Con Rodents now feel important, that is dangerous! Aussie

Pacificnorthwest
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yes…. but, on the other hand the credibility of the very organizations that these pathological liars… these sociopaths believe now has become their prize with which to spin their evil narrative, will rather quickly and inevitably sink faster than it is already doing.

They definitely will try to now get the OPCW stamp of approval on their false flag operations and attribution of blame. However as their stories fall apart fewer and fewer people will give any credence to their institutional pronouncements.

ziad
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ziad

poetic justice or saa planing?,,,
Jihadists blown into pieces in failed assault on east Idlib
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/jihadists-blown-into-pieces-in-failed-assault-on-east-idlib/

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Reminds me that in another age, another time, a great friend of the Syrians ‘helped’ to carry out the mapping of all the minefields planted long ago along the border with Turkey.
That great helper was the United Kingdom. In 2011, when their MI6-CIA base at Iskanderun began sending takfiri rats fresh from Benghazi over the border, you may be sure they knew exactly how to ‘skip between the raindrops, right to your door’.

Pacificnorthwest
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There’s a saying in English (from the ancient Mycean time, from the story of Troy) “Beware of Greeks bearing gifts”. Perhaps it needs a bit of updating for our era….

There… fixed it:

“Beware of English bearing gifts”

ziad
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ziad

you saying the english helped plant mines to protect syria from turdgay,,when did this happen after ottoman days?

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Hi ziad
The British had carried out detailed mapping of the mine fields before the current hostilities started. The suggestion is that when Erdo/MI6/CIA/Mossad unleashed their orcs across the Turkish border, they knew exactly where the mines were located using that mapping information.

Pacificnorthwest
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Another moral of the story is that if the English nap your mine fields; thank them for their service and the resulting detailed maps and then once they are gone…

lay more mines in areas they certifued as being clear.

ziad
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ziad

ok im still confused,,when were these mines setup and by whom?

ziad
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ziad

so it’s like i said and questioned the first time,,it was the brits who helped syria put these mines along the border correct? im asking when was this done because i never heard of such a thing so it sounds like old history ,this is exactly what thylacine said

the Thylacine
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As you say ziad, this is old history and my source is lost. My recollection is the Limeys ‘helped’ in MINE CLEARING, but they also mapped the mines still in place.

ziad
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ziad

ahh ok so it was just philosophy talk then ,,i did not think any mines left from after ww1 would still be working lol

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OMG Putin hijacks FIFA!

Liberating Palestine Next
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Battles for South Syria | July 8th 2018 | Updates from Liberated Daraa

Canthama
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As mentioned yesterday, the advance by the SAA through the Jordanian border toward Kharab al Sham, was extended all the way to Zayaum, placing the SAA at the footsteps of the southern entrance of ISIS/Israel pocket. The SAA is now entering all the villages below: Zayzun – border with ISIS/Israel Tabriyat Tel Shihab Kharab Shahm – entered yesterday http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.706422&lon=35.911903&z=12&m=b&gz=0;359187698;326476140;1114082;0;1289176;213893;307273;970778;0;772952;169944;751290;255775;485521;592231;167650;1017951;98281 High expectation that Tafas, MUzayrib, Yadudeh, Hayt, al Ajami and Jisr al Ash`ari will join the reconciliation either today or tomorrow. The SAA High Command is already prepping the campaign against ISIS, in part IDF attempt to hit T4 yesterday s… Read more »
Canthama
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Update. Terrorists defending Tafas have finally folded, Russian police and Syrian Gov’t envoys are inside the city, battle is over, and they are handing over all heavy weapons. The area below is about to be declared safe and pacified.

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=32.697177&lon=36.120300&z=11&m=b&gz=0;358988571;325172890;1332092;2673878;1723480;2523774;2080535;2055983;1908874;1801772;1764678;1761322;1730346;1414538;1490020;1009786;2005004;419676;2592086;497801;2798080;57898;2547454;60792;2506256;89740;1823043;0;1730346;506481;1325225;853618;1311492;1287350;1215362;1426099;666046;1541708;0;2113749;102996;2454488;769042;2298572;1112365;2281247

The SAA will be, soon, in control of half of the frontline with ISIS in Yarmouk basin.

Horan plains is next to reconcilie, very large effort invested on it, the key city is Nawas, if the terrorists holding Nawas surrender, then the whole Horan plains will follow, Nawas is the 2nd largest city in all Daraa Province.

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Which suggests the western governments that have financed, supplied, and armed the ‘rebels’ have given up on their usual campaign of ‘regime’ change. Which is pretty much a first, which must make the neo-cons in/near Washington to gnash their teeth in frustration. A couple of hopeful links: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-07-08/grand-bargain-taking-shape-us-pull-out-al-tanf Seems the Jordan Goblin King recognizes it’s all over, would rather open the trade lines with Syria than continue to support refugees from a lost war, majorly damaging his own popularism. Jordon is host to lots (millions) of former Palestinians, and nominally owns the Al-Aqsa mosque on behalf of the Moslem world…… Read more »
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Ant. Would add that the dialog between the Syrian Government and the representatives from Hasaka, Raqqa, Deir ez Zour and eastern Aleppo is advancing quite well. The events described by your post above that the terrorists in southern Syria were “abandoned” by their long time foreign financiers and supporters are ringing a bell on all northern and eastern Syria right now, very loudly. On the other part, the terrorists in al Tanf are rethinking their approach and situation, without terrorist presence in Daraa, their “reason of life” has disappeared in just 10 days and know they can also be dropped… Read more »
Pacificnorthwest
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Could it be said that a domino effect of existential doubt is undermining various terrorrrist groups will to fight and their resolve to hold their ground, as they become paralized by wondering if they are next in line to be unceremoniously discarded like a pair of worn out shoes.

Moral must be hard to keep up (off the floor) in these groups as they witness their bethren in Dara’a and parts get crushed while the foreign backers and patrons stand aside and watch their toys get destroyed.

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They all got fired by Trump and got a 2 month grace or so to find an arrangement with Syria, it seems to me.

Bundy☭
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Did you notice Trump has stopped paying the salaries to 55000 mercenaries? The US military cant make up for the short fall. So they cut ever ones salary. Guess if the military dont follow orders, they can stop funding.. PKK must have noticed how the money suddenly dried up.

mcgoog can kroak all he wants but without funds he cant hold back ISIS and his other mercenaries..

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Link please?

the Thylacine
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Little mention is made of the 60,000 civilians trapped at al-Tanf.
If history of Yanqui barbarism is anything to go by they will at some point be sooled out into Syria’s badia and told, ‘Fuck off to Damascus.’
Then we’ll see another ‘humanitarian nightmare’ — except that either it will be blacked out of western media or somehow blamed on Assad.
I can’t see Jordan allowing them in: the worst thing the Zionists could come up with would be a civilian swarm mixed with jihadis. It worked in Europe.

Bundy☭
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They need those refugees not only to recruit ISIS but also to hide the tens of thousands of mercenaries they moved there.. How would they explain like 20,000 people in the middle of the desert with weapons? These guys would bury the weapons and pass for refugees with the women and children as hostages.

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Ant, “Conscious Reviver,” a commenter at ZH, quotes PNW at length with regard to the box the Kurds are in and the delusional thinking of neo-cons and other adherents to Oded Yinon. Worth scrolling down to see the link to syrper.

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Tal Shihab and Zayzun join reconciliation after Kharab Al-Shahem al-Tabriyat west of Tal Shihab also joined reconciliation

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SAA @ Zayzun

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Bundy☭
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The Israeli attack on the T4 is insignificant because it changes nothing in the military theatre in Syria: Hezbollah Special Forces and Iran advisors & allies are already on the borders. If they are directly attacked, they are expected to respond. 90 cities & villages and 27 border positions are liberated in south Syria in the provinces of Suweida and Daraa. Time has come for the serious confrontation with #ISIS “soldiers of the Caliphate” in Quneitra (Jaish Khaled bin al Waleed) bordering the occupied Golan heights as the Syrian Army, Hezbollah & allies reached the territory occupied by the group… Read more »
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So far, the ‘rebels’ in Daraa have gutted out. They have surrendered in droves, recognizing they no longer have any support (salaries) from western intelligence agencies.

I think Darra province is going to get serious when SAA attacks the Islamic State in their pocket next to the Zionist-occupied Golan Heights. They are fanatics. That’s when naked western support for Wahabbi terrorists may become obvious.