SARAAQIB LIBERATED! U.S. WEAPONS FOUND IN IDLIB WITH TERRORISTS;

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The SAA entered the village of Kafr ‘Ammeem and found a treasure trove of American mortar shells, rockets and other goodies left behind by the escaping terrorists of the Abaabeel Battalion.  This takreeri group takes its name from the Koranic verse from the Chapter of The Elephant (CV) in which the Abyssinian viceroy of Yemen, Abraha,  invaded the Hijaaz in order to destroy the Ka’aba.  This is an early Koranic chapter describing an event viewed as a miracle by the early Muslims.  It occurred only 2 months before the birth of the Messenger of Islam, Muhammad.  It described a huge army of men and elephants who were destined to overrun Mecca.  However, something happened to cause birds in huge flocks to fly over this army and bombard it with stones of dried clay turning the invading host into a field of withered wheat.

But, of course, that’s what happened to the terrorists after they were bombarded by the Syrian Army.

Besides the cache of American-made weapons, our army also discovered large stores of Saudi and Kuwaiti medicines and equipment.  I cannot attribute this to the Kuwaiti government because it has never taken a position on the terrorists of Syria.  Instead these provisions were probably sent by pro-terrorist billionaires in Kuwait without the knowledge of the authorities.

Saraaqib and the M4 Highway from Aleppo to Latakia have been freed of the terrorist pestilence.

SARAAQIB LIBERATED!  U.S. WEAPONS FOUND IN IDLIB WITH TERRORISTS; 2

The terrorists of Hay’at Tahreer Al-Shaam headed for the hills when they saw the T-90 tanks coming their way.  According to my source in Latakia, the rodents warned the inhabitants of a massacre to be committed by the approaching Syrian government army.  Some used loudspeakers to exhort the people to escape “certain death”.  But, the few people remained.

Syria Army Liberates More Areas in Idlib

Syrian infantry firing shots at escaping rodents amidst a field of “withered wheat”.  (Photo:  Tasnim News Service)

The next target will be Idlib itself.  This will require much more preparation in order to avoid civilian casualties.  As I write, the Abu Al-Dhuhoor Airbase is being revamped for action.

 

 

 

 

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Tribute to Aleppo, the oldest city in the world. Fighting against all odds, against evil assembled at its gates. ISIS, Cia, wild hordes sponsored by America, Obama stooges, Zionist animals.
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For the first time in the Syria conflict, associations of the Kurdish militia YPG apparently have joined the Syrian army to carry out a major joint offensive in Aleppo.

https://deutsche-wirtschafts-nachrichten.de/502305/Wendepunkt-in-Syrien-Kurden-Miliz-YPG-schliesst-sich-erstmals-Assad-an

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Eventually, the occupation soldiers on the other side of the Wall must have had enough of watching the 15 or so Palestinians watch them, awaiting their chance to break over the Wall. A jeep circled around the Wall barrier and revved down the road, Palestinians already having scattered. The few that chose to go into the drainpipe below (“we go through it like rats,” the English-speaking man had said) didn’t go quickly or far enough. Israeli Border Police jumped from their jeep seats to run down to the pipe. Shots rang out. I yelled at them to stop shooting at… Read more »

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The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has officially captured the last remaining areas under jihadist control in Aleppo city and its surrounding area, ending a nearly eight-year-long battle. According to a field source in Aleppo, the Syrian Army’s victory came this afternoon following the capture of the Layramoun and Kafr Hamra sectors, which were under the control of the jihadist rebels for most of the war. In addition to capturing Kafr Hamra and Layramoun, the Syrian Army also took control of the Al-Zahra’a Association Quarter, which was the main battlefield in Aleppo city for most of the war. At the same… Read more »

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Tweet from a young woman who grew up in the war in Aleppo…. a teenager expressing her sentiment, and sharing her memories from before.
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February 10, 2012 : on a normal day at school, two extremely large bombs exploded next to us in Aleppo, Syria. it still frightens me when i remember the moments and the emotions I’ve been through as a kid.
February 16, 2020: Aleppo is free

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Utter collapse of Erdoggy and his terrorists in the Anadan plains….as announced earlier today, the control of Kafr Da’el and vicinities pushed the terrorists to evac their positions or else… the SAA has now liberated large chunk of ground inside the cauldron…

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Very few ground left inside the pocket and it will be cleaned by tonight. It is done, Aleppo, Nbul and al Zahraa is safe from terrorist’s attacks. Hallelujah & al-Ḥamdu lillāh !!!!!

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Alhamdulllah, indeed. It’s been a long dark night for these heroic cities. Canthama, your reporting is gold.

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thanks canthama. 2020 is our year of victoy.

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In 2020 gen. Soleimani plans will dominate the whole Middle East.
What is Jerusalem worth.

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getting your seeds klicked…

At a guard of honour at the presidential palace in Kyiv on Monday, Mr Erdogan shouted “Glory to Ukraine”.

Idlib is done….

http://thesaker.is/erdogans-long-coming-reality-check/

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The winner takes it all, Baby!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Victory to SYRIA
where are the wannabies now???????????
HAHAHAH Down the toilet
Ah wait, we have an order from wannabie Sultan that Syria army must retreat immediately else what ???
Erdo become a noble Prize for the best prostitute in the Moslem world

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Well…so much for the super duper strong defenses in Tell Shuwehneh….the SAA just rolled over it minutes ago….it basically gave the SAA fire control on Ma’arat al-Artiq….and protected the flank for the SAA to climb toward Babis, once Babis is secured….fire control on Kafr Bissin and checkmate on Anadan Plains. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.252441&lon=37.045383&z=13 All the effort above is hiding the fact, that the 25th is pushing toward Anjarah, controlling it means fire controlling a large area in M62…. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.219141&lon=36.949167&z=14 …then there are the picks in Sheik Ali, controlling them it is game over on Western Aleppo… Read more »

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Well if they close the border crossing then all that equipment the turks brought in has to be left behind when they have to fly back..
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Russia bombed in the afrin sector, a warning thats next.. Pretty blatant and obvious sign.

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M5 highway opened, erDogy boy ottoman wet dreams ended up as a nightmare for Turkewhabby gangsters.

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Yea but they have closed the road using sand bags and not letting through regular traffic.. SAA should quaranteen the area and wait until the turks starve..

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Starve them with artillery barrage or snipe them one by one when they fetch water from a creek.

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Village after village being liberated in western Aleppo, this time Kafr Da’el, by the M62. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.214502&lon=37.028131&z=15 The gap for the terrorists in the Anadan plains cauldron before shut down into a pocket has been reduced to 5 kms only and more precisely…one back road left that passes Kafr Bissin. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.261508&lon=37.010279&z=14 And when the SAA liberates Babis, high ground…it will fire control the back road. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.256040&lon=37.014141&z=14 The SAA will have to decide, leave an exit or block the rats. ? Not surprisedly the SAA is by passing the heavily fortified Tell Shuwehneh,… Read more »

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Turks think Syria belongs to them.. Syrians need to persuade them they are not turks… Its not a large number so the Syrian army inside a few turkish/kurd towns would send the message..

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It seems this story will have an epic happy ending.

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bad neighbours.. but if the amerikans want to go die for someone else, we welcome the effort..

https://www.pewresearch.org/global/2020/02/09/nato-seen-favorably-across-member-states/

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This explains many things.. Why Amerikans are gun slingers.. Most anglos saxons and europeans naturally think imperialism is their god given right against lesser hoomans. Seems large population reductions have not changed the view that violence solves little.. and easier to work than plunder..

Surprising that sweden has the highest number… Their army got destroyed when they went to plunder Russia and has never recovered.. Now they are arm chair warriors and playstation generals.. Only one whos learnt the lessons of history seems to be the germans who got wacked by everyone.

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From my experience: Europeans don’t believe the others are are ‘lesser humans’, they just don’t want to believe these things really happen. If confronted with the fact they do happen, it’s not NATO that makes them happen, but NATO ‘stabilizing the situation’ or responding to ‘agression by undemocratic and uncivilised people’, or if it’s undeniably NATO, then they just can’t do anything about them. Human convenience and stupidity are the biggest forces among humans.

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Well you are right.. But also getting wacked really good changes your thinking as shown by germans and bulgarians.. Obviously germans did not suffer enough but bulgarians suffering through the nazi’s and soviets under stalin really hit home the lessons.. So maybe Russia does need to nuke them to get them to learn after all.. The poles must naturally be stupid.. It could be natural selection as well since both the nazi’s and stalin made sure anyone with a brain were made to go extinct.. If you do this poll in asia or africa, the numbers would slant the other… Read more »

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No need to nuke them, they’ll get the virus now, so this will change them a bit from climate change, slow internet and related disasters. Just watched a video, they have 20 beds for highly contagious diseases in Berlin, so they’ll be much better off than Wuhan. As long as people believe NATO is the salvation army for freedom and endangered democracies, and judge dread for brutal villains combined, they’ll approve intervention. Germans are good engineers and generally not too bad, but they don’t know what is going on beyond Germany. Even a Spaniard is a foreigner to them, and… Read more »

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The french are the most disappointing.. I never had any respect for them because a bunch of farmers acting out aristocratic tendencies is loathsome. Also with their cultural exceptionalism, they still think they are an empire. Bad combination for lazy people.. Seems they are also not particularly found of those who resist their norms of society. Just found out they had slavery until the early 1900’s as well.. And all that crap I had to learn in history classes were all bogus. Hopefully with their society itself undergoing a transformation, it might change into a decent society. But they dont… Read more »

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Because in a society which expects everybody to lie, facts simply don’t matter any more. X stands for “surviving casualties” Y stands for “dead” X = 0, Y = 0 X = 11, Y = 0 X = 34, Y = 0 X = 50, Y = 0 X = 64, Y = 0 X=100+?, Y = 0 X> 200, Y> 80? In our view, the more “typical” estimate is given by the median. This would suggest that, on average, in a typical incident in this war, there were about 3 injuries for every death. Multiplying the 7711 maximum reported… Read more »

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From memory – President Trump has said that one of the things he finds hardest in the job is talking to members of families of recently killed US military. What style of categorization would lesson that task for him?

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On February 15, warplanes of the Russian Airspace Forces (VKS) carried out several airstrikes on the Turkish-occupied area of Afrin in the northern part of Syria’s Aleppo province.

According to opposition sources, the airstrikes targeted the town of Kabashin in the southern part of Afrin. The town is under the direct control of the Turkish military and the so-called Syrian National Army (SNA).
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Intresting…
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bite sized candy..
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chomp chomp chomp…. hmmm finger lickin gooooud…

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that crab looks tasty,,think ill have some for brunch tomorrow while the saa are feasting on hts and turks/supported rodents

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That crab looks like it could click a few seeds, lol.

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I got it))

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aside from annoying comment posted pop ups it would be great if they can add a delete feature so we can remove comments we make instead of trying to change them ,there seems to be no delete option for posting comments and once posted they remain and you can not remove them only change them with editing

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I concur that pop-ups are shit. As if I would click on it just to lose my train of thought.

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exactly and the same ones keep popping up be they old or new repetitively when im in the middle of reading or trying to type and covers everything ,its a very annoying feature just like how RT now also has there add at not only the end of the video but at the start too

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then give it a thumbs up man

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turn on popup blocker.. I use yandex and it has built in ad blocker.. I dont even know what you talking about.

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add blockers dont help for the pop ups here that are not advertisements,,i got add blocker too

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when people come and go it pops up a little box saying they are online and some comment they made last year. like this is the 80’s and they are on dial up, its a useless annoying feature.

but thats the only thing I see popup.. although if I use the wordpad app the online feature dont work so its only desktop mode.

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i was so exited he had rand on as a guest that i completely forgot it’s his son,,,
Whistleblowers, Afghanistan & War Powers: A Conversation With Sen. Rand Pa

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Have seen so many great articles from Elijah, but this one seems to sum up so well the current stance in the ME and The Resistance, Elijah outdid himself, a must read.

“These events show that individual leaders are irrelevant; the best leaders know that they will be killed on this path. The Martyr Qassem Soleimani is achieving even more than the Major General did.”

https://ejmagnier.com/2020/02/15/is-the-axis-of-resistance-in-a-better-or-worse-position-the-martyr-qassem-soleimani-achieves-even-more-than-the-major-general-did/

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In response to the threat from Erdoggy that the SAA should retreat and return all area liberated by blood of Syrian soldiers, the Syrian Government asked the SAA to speed up the advances and go all the way to the border with Turkey…it seems erdoggy’s game did not play well…. 1) A new front was opened…nope, not in the northern Aleppo…but southern Idlib….Rakaya and Ash-Shaykh Damis were liberated, it seems the SAA will go the full liberation of al-Zawiyah mountains, all the way to M4. The key town of Kfar Sejena and Tal Al-Nar are now surrounded from 3 sides.… Read more »

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With TF and Div4 engaged elsewhere whos carrying the load here? Looks simple enough but SAA has not moved position for 5+ years here..

Russia says that Turkey continues delivering weapons to terrorists in Idlib.

…Turkey said that they collected 33,000 truckloads of United States weapons that were given to YPG in Syria (weapons found and seized by Turkey included cruise missiles, anti-tank guided missiles (ATGMs) and shoulder-launched surface-to-air missiles (MANPADS), etc). These weapons were discovered in northeast Syria during Turkey’s “Operation Peace Spring”.

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Southern Idlib offensive seems to be lead by Liwa al Quds, this seems to an opportunistic move since the terrorists are way over stretched and left in the al-Zawiyah mountains secondary troops, locals mostly.
This could also be a diversion to pull al Qaeda from north to south, anyway, Liwa al Quds have been training with Russian specialist since Aleppo was liberated in late 2016. Very reliable soldiers, incorporated to the SAA, no longer a militia, and outstanding in ATGMs.

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” Special Operations Command, saying that Russian and Damascus were effectively “pressing” US forces in northeast Syria.” lmao beautiful,,
US under pressure as Russia, Syria step up efforts to counter occupying US troops: NYT
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2020/02/15/618713/US-Syria-Russia-pressure

Aleppo stepping toward full liberation thanks to Syria army gains
https://www.presstv.com/Detail/2020/02/14/618655/Syria-Aleppo-

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note some of the very telling words used by us personnel in the article about how they are feeling the pinch of syrian and russian getting closer to them such as “effectively”–>” effectively “pressing” US forces in northeast Syria.”
“troubling”–>”Syrian troops are “not daily occurrences but have been increasing in number and thus is troubling”.”
“fear”–>”US officials fear that ongoing run-ins between US troops and Damascus-led forces could escalate once Syria concludes its anti-terror military campaign in the Idlib province”

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Game changing if it bears out.

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just a weather balloon…

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a photo of a captured pilot shows his face is a real mess.
A good illustration of why it is important to refrain from creating karma for oneself.

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Turkey wants that syrian army retreats immediately, so the Sultan of lies has spoken.
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Bonkers. The idea that this was released from the BSL-4 in Wuhan was planted in Western media. Even Francis Boyle accepts that speculation based on his own Occam’s Razor analysis of the information at hand. However, Occam’s Razor does not take into account qui bono. Bjerknes’ speculation that Chinese authorities released the virus in an elaborate psyop and that the collapse of the USSR was also an elaborate psyop to lull the West into a false sense of security violates qui bono when again viewed through Occam’s Razor. I’ve thought Bjerknes had some interesting things to say about 9-11, but… Read more »

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The ‘cui bono’ does not usually get you ahead, for the reason that in most situations more than one actor has a motive, a motive can always be assumed, or an actor has a motive but isn’t the culprit. It may help, however. The Occam’s Razor’s conclusiveness pre-supposes you have your facts right. So, either this virus is a bioweapon, or it’s a lab string used for research on vaccines, or it’s none of it. If investigated carefully, it should be possible to distinguish among these three. Given what we seem to know and the indications we currently have, the… Read more »

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Total collapse of the turkish backed terrorists in western, Aleppo, they are running like they can, we could have vast areas liberated until tomorrow…even Anadan plains, rats are fleeing after massive losses in Mansoura and al Jazira/Rashidin 3. Recall I mentioned the turkish regime forces went to Atarib in the morning and left in the evening of yesterday, so today this very same force went to regiment 111 near Darat Izza, arrived in the morning to set up huge base….they are leaving now since the terrorists’ frontline against the SAA has collapse all over western Aleppo, it is no longer… Read more »

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soon there wont be anyone left ,no freedom fighters nor even human shields to be used and if turks decide to stay it exposes what they are really there for,,,this is indeed very incredible news but id like to see what this looks like on a map in terms of lines shifting,how far west of aleppo has this line been moved? according to my go to map hts are still in atarib all the way north to darat izza and a good block east of there ,but there does not seem to be any turk backed fsa only hts and… Read more »

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wow the zio trolling is strong today

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I second that!

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i want to see jisr al shghour taken out already,,that corner never seems to progress

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Canth,

Thank you for all the info and updates. You are doing an excellent job. Your contribution to the Syrian Perspective exceeds all expectations.

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some turko roaches smoked real good
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RE Houthis > Saudi News Agency quoted Arab Coalition Turki Al-Malki one of their Tornado fighter jets was shot down over northern Yemen – “At 23:45 P.M. on Friday, February 14, 2020, a Tornado fighter plane of Royal Saudi Air Force crashed while on mission close air support to National Army.” Houthi forces announced their air defense troops shot down the fighter jet over the Al-Jawf Governorate after it carried out airstrikes on several sites in northern Yemen. “The air defenses shot down the coalition war plane with an advanced surface-to-air missile supported by modern technology. The sky of Yemen… Read more »

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seems to be going down faster than it was flying,,i never understand anything looking at these vids because the telemetry and visual of missile going after the plane never looks correct to me,,one appears much further than the other yet the other hits it ? its confusing looking at such stuff,,but how is it these stingers are so successful even against nato or advanced jets? i thought only syrian jets were no good but seems all the rest are too,why no flares or warning systems?evasive maneuvers?

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Passive infrared camera and guidance system with portable missile easily camouflaged. That pilot did not have a clue until it was too late. Hopefully we will see this system tested in southern Lebanon soon. The most important thing is less than 100k $ missile against 100 million$ plane.
With good knowhow small country with 1 billion military budget can be deadly against big bully with 100 billion budget. Or 10 billion against 700 for that matter.

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i still dont understand how the pilot got no flash warning from radar nor had any counter flares or shaff?

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Maybe tricks with flares and chaff don’t work on new Iranian missiles. It’s just an idea.

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Its called passive infrared homing for a reason.. Its a heat seeker.. No radar was used to target the plane..

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thats why flares are used in this case,,passive or not i dont see why the plane was not able to detect an incoming and start shooting flares ?

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Good for them. One down, only a few thousand left to go.

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And we have visual confirmation now. Tornado shape clearly visible, Filthy Saudi rat smoked out of holy Yemeni sky.
Lanetul al Yahood – Nasrul Islam.
Iranian freedom anti zionist AA rockets coming to Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and elsewhere soon. Afghani – Khorasani Quds wing seem to had them first.
https://twitter.com/allushiii/status/1228733861401694209
Zindabad Iran.

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Begs the question. If Iran had such weapons long ago, why wait until recently to deploy them in the face of constant provocations over the last 2-3 years? Well, I suppose there is a danger of the weapons falling into the wrong hands.

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reliability.. seems they have only recently figured out how to use DSPs..

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2-15-2020 – Valery Kulikov – Events in Syria have Taken a Dangerous Turn

Moscow for the first time directly accused obedient slave of Israel Turkey of its inability to successfully implement the Sochi agreements, drawing Ankara’s attention to the fact that the successful offensive of the Syrian Arab Armed Forces (SAA) leads to the establishment of a real security zone in the Idlib and Aleppo governorates, that Turkey failed miserably to create.

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Article is at journal-neo

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Dangerous for whom? Are SAA actions dangerous or Russian justifications?

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Quick up date on the latest gains from the SAA: 1) The 25th Special Forces Div (Tiger Forces) have now expanded from Kafr Naha toward the M62, and liberated Jamiat Amin, Uwayjīl and Ājil. The TFs are now 3 kms from Anjarah, which would block M62, placing the terrorists in the Anadan Bulge with only one small exit thru Kafr Bissin. 2) West of Aleppo city, the SAA and NDF have liberated several places: Al Jazira District / Al-Rashedeen 3 Military Research Center Al-Rashedeen 2 – west of the Military Research Al-Rashedeen 1 – South of Military Research, in the… Read more »

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Pentagon Offers Iraq a Partial Military Pullout. Over the past week, the Pentagon has talked with senior Iraqi officials, telling them they are prepared to discuss withdrawal in some form. The US has even offered a plan for a partial pullback of troops from some parts of Iraq. The position right now is that the US is willing to leave certain Shi’ite majority areas, and cut down the number of troops in Baghdad. The US had ruled out leaving Ayn al-Assad air base, calling that a “red line.” That appears a major shift. But, meaningless until move-out of most U.S.… Read more »

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The first paragraph of Bianca’s comment is spot on, “It is sooo transparent. Let us recreate Islamic Caliphate, AGAIN using Sunni areas. This time we will be there to protect them from bad Shia. How many times will Sunnis in Iraq step on that same rake? As much as US misses ISIS, it cannot be recreated.”

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ISIS actually only numbered a few thousand. All the atrocities that were committed were the sunni’s from the areas. Ofcourse anyone who would not pledge their alligence were slaughtered. The Iraqi intelligence officer also said this that all the people in that area now have similar beliefs as ISIS. So I suppose that thesis worked out. Kinda like cooking noodles.. as long you have the ingredients, the soup tastes just as great when done.. Although I know people regress.. I never imagined Iraqis would ever regress to barbarism of hundreds of years ago.. Each time they seemed to regress further… Read more »

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Sounds like an attempt at partition along sectarian lines doesn’t it.

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Of course.

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That’s why al-Sadr’s frequent attempts to reach out to Sunnis, starting with the first siege of Fallujah in 2004, are so important.

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This is all just BS talk. Is the US also going to leave the Kurd occupied areas of Iraq ? Will it remove all its troops ? All the private Mercs ? Will it close down the huge Green zone compound and move into a regular sized embassy ? Unless the Iraqis rise up together and start inflicting dozens of casualties on the ZioAmericans per day, then nothing will change. Unfortunately, without bloodshed Iraq is done.

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I hope that Mas’oud Barzani (Kurdish separatist leader) will be grateful for the benefits brought by Hajj Qassem Soleimani, which he acknowledged many years ago. Today, you need to (publicly) acknowledge these benefits. When ISIS was on the verge of reaching Erbil (in Iraqi Kurdistan), when all of Kurdistan was on the verge of falling into the hands of ISIS, and you contacted all your friends to help you, but they forsake you, you then contacted the Iranians, who from the second day, as you acknowledged, sent you Hajj Qassem Soleimani with his brothers. And I add that he was… Read more »

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Why Syria’s M5 is Assad’s highway to victory. It is arguably one of most coveted prizes in Syria’s war, and after eight years of fighting, Bashar Assad has got it back. The Damascus-Aleppo highway, or the M5, is known to Syrians simply as the “International Road.” Cutting through Syria’s major cities, the motorway is key to who controls the country. Historically a bustling trade route, one Syrian analyst, Taleb Ibrahim, called the M5 “the most basic and strategic highway in the Middle East.” The M5 is a strategic highway that starts in south Syria, near border with Jordan, and runs… Read more »

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The Syrian Arab Republic never asked the UNSC / UNGA for ”technical assistance” in matters of Syria’s jurisprudence, which is sovereign.

Dr. Jaafari again invited this UNSC members to take back their human garbage, causing them to remember, and immediately re-ignore, that more than one hundred of their countries — and every country of the EU — have dumped their criminally insane into his country, and have armed them, and then have given these savages these countries’ massive media platforms, including via the UNSC.

https://www.syrianews.cc/jaafari-addresses-reality-at-unsc-meeting-on-transitional-justice/

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Collapse of western Aleppo for the terrorists is guaranteed. Huge progress in the past 1 hour only : 1) Shayk Aqil mountain has seen an incredible bombardment and air strikes, no stop for the past 8 hours, early indication that large al Qaeda forces were killed in the area already, over 50 or more, the pounding is severe and the roads will be quickly occupied by the SAA/HRE(Afrin Syrian kurds)/HezbAllah/NDF. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.273618&lon=36.932087&z=13 2) Game changing gains in the last hour in western Aleppo, Military Research Center was liberated, the fight is now at the outskirt of Mansoura and… Read more »

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The actions in Syria continue: 1) As shared here for few days, a lot of ground in west-SW Aleppo were liberated but not combed, and now after few days combing, the areas are announced liberated by the MoD, so we get now the confirmation since last night to early morning of the following villages near Aleppo: Al Radwan Urem al-Kubra Kafr Naha Al Halaqim Finally the map below shows the positions as is now. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.172248&lon=36.992683&z=13&m=w 2) Large forces, SAA-SDF-NDF have gathered around the Anadan plains, the offensive is about to begin. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.257286&lon=37.048988&z=12&m=w In the… Read more »

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Iran Assassination: ‘they’re not impeaching Trump over this.’

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Must watch: Did US lie about why it killed Soleimani? (Full show)

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careful if you ever tell the truth about syria or pissrahell you will be anti semite dont ya know?,,,
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Because if you can’t refute someone’s arguments, it’s best to shut them up by de-platforming.

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platforming?

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DPRK Ambassador in Damascus: We stand by Syria in its just struggle to protect sovereignty One of the DPRK’s major players in its military relationship with Syria is current Chief of the KPA General Staff, Gen. Kim Kyok Sik. Gen. Kim served as a deputy military attache at the DPRK Embassy in Damascus for almost decade starting in 1971. Gen. Kim managed a number of military cooperation projects with the Syrian Armed Forces, including rehabilitating Syrian military forces in the mid-1970s and coordinating shipments of multiple-launch rocket systems and other military support to various radical organizations. With the DPRK and… Read more »

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does anything matter anymore so long as there are no reprislas or consequences,condemnations,punishment??,,,
Strike three: OPCW’s Douma report credibility undermined in new leak

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A and B and now C,,how many more of the team needs to come out before these fucks drop the cover up act?

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Right after the head of opcw gets a nice tenured job @ an ivy league school or a bullshit ‘think’ tank.

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lol yeah to get in those places you must prove your dishonesty

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Made in USA mostly means stolen by USA,,

the US used its security ties to pressure Japan into punishing Toshiba which involved fining the company; jailing its executives; and most notably forcing the company to share its technology unconditionally with its American competitors.

if not Huawei, then who? and that’s really the reality of it.

https://sputniknews.com/analysis/202002141078317775-us-crackdown-on-chinas-huawei-echoes-japans-toshiba-case-in-1980s–academic-/

IRGC Commander: ‘Iran Now Has Access To All Codes Of US MQ4 Drone’

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i dont understand how they can keep repeating the same stupid mistake sending chopper over a danger zone without protection,,dont these choppers have warning detection and flares?,,,
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Apparently Tu 160s have touched down at Kheimim airbase … Look’s meat’s back on the menu boys … roast turkey comin up .. if don’t if it don’t stop being stupid or maybe juiced Judeans? maybe both …

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ok i wish to file a complaint once again about the annoying pop ups for poster comments,they show old ones as well and just keep popping up while im trying to read something or when im in the middle of typing a comment and it gets in the way so i have to stop everything and close them,,is no one else fed up of this annoying feature? if so please thumb up to see how many are and lets ask Ziad or the web guy to remove this damn annoying feature shall we?also would be great if they can add… Read more »

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Turk BMP, shot in the rear while fleeing the SAA.
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Syrian Member of Parliament Fares Shehabi stood in front of a billboard along the just liberated stretch of M5 at the southern entrance to Aleppo. The sign, which used to be the old welcome to Aleppo sign was covered up by the al qaeda insignia, a clear proof of who these “moderate rebels” are and have always been, including the western media darlings, the — beheading assistants — “white helmets” (a twisted sick joke of name and helmet color branding, indeed, for this global reaching propaganda division of the al qaeda terrorist organization). The SAA is and has been liberating… Read more »

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these filth are on the run now

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It appears so.

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On the run because otherwise they will be killed dead by the SAA

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Dedicated to a hero: Sardar Qasem Soleimani who saved humanity from ISIS
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Back to Syria…early today we heard the turkish regime MoD saying strong words against Syria, then the Turkish Obs post at Qabtian al-Jabal, just south from Afrin canton, shot down a SAAF Mi-8 chopper, second in few days. Then the turkish military sent hundreds of soldiers and heavy equipments to the city of Atarib in an attempt to keep the 25th Special Forces Div from liberating it. Courtesy of Wikimapia: https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.265591&lon=36.947021&z=13&m=w In parallel, the 25th Special Forces Div fully secured Regiment 46, with another turkish Obs post in it, and expanded its flank protection with the combing of Urem al-Kubra,… Read more »

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wait what? they shot down another chopper?

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ziad, 3 choppers were hit, two were downed.

1st was a Mi35 (24), was hit by heavy AA machine gun, it survived though its left small wing was seriously damaged,

2nd was a M-8 hit by a Turkish MANPADS near al Nayrab, downed and all killed.

3rd was another M-8 hit by Turkisj MANPADS from a Turkish obs post, downed and all killed.

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i have not heard of the 1st then i only heard of the one said to have been targeted from a turk obs post with man pad(at first they said aa fire) and they show a still pic of this firing from the post,and the second one im just hearing from you and just yetserday on rt about it but i heard it was mi-17 not 8

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i know that syrian su24 retaliated for the first one that i heard about(maybe 2nd according to you) and wiped them out i think the al nayrab one,,,but what about retaliation for the turk obs post attack? has syaf done this?

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Canthama Can you explain why the 25th Regiment (Tiger Forces) is so effective. I have followed them winning in Aleppo then leading the charge down through Hama, Deir-ez-Zor, Homs, Daraa, Gouta and back up through Idlib to Aleppo again. They seem to be unstoppable. Why? I presume that men have been rotating in out. In photos, they always look quite scruffy. Their kit looks inferior to that of the Americans by a long way. Is it their armoured vehicles and artillery that makes them effective, or their officers. Are they lead by clever senior offices. I guess they are fighting… Read more »

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“And the reason why I wrote this and the reason why I’m talking to you right now is because I am scared to my shivers, because when you keep pushing, you keep poking the panda bear, you keep on laying punches on the little kid, eventually there’s going to be a strike back. America has never, ever gone through a hardship. Oh, we had a civil war and we had a revolutionary war. And yeah, America has been fighting far off wars, blowing up mud huts with fifteen-million-dollar weapons. America has never been to a Genghis Khan level event or… Read more »

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My assumption is that the Syrian Government does not want to take action against the Zionist Turks SCUM and Israelis Scum because the Russians are telling them not to. I hope that is the case. In fact more in-tell is sourced through TurGAY than all other nation in the middle east and Europe. It is the gateway to the east and the west for information. It is all controlled by Israeli Intel inside TurGAY to deflect the focus on the Cancer State. FREE PALESTINE! YES TURKEY IS A ZIONIST ENTITY!. Reason why I say this is because when Israeli COWARDS… Read more »

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Russia is deeply involved with Syria and current Government, it will protect it their way as it is possible. Higher plans can live with skirmishes and losses, this is what is happening, the apartheid regime can not damage Syria much, maybe on its pride occasionally, and the turks are indeed taking a beating, while turks play a role in the rapprochement between the Syrian Gov and SDF, the more turks seems blood thirsty and al Qaeda beasts, the closer SDF gets to the Syrian Gov. I have no idea whether this is all agreed or dealt as it goes, but… Read more »

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how do you mean by the resistance does not see turkey as enemy?

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Iran favours the relationship with Turkey, it was a key Iranian ally for decades. Gazah Muslin Brotherhood, though supposedly part of the Resistance and deals with Iran, Hezb Allah and Turkey, favours relationship with Turkey. Hezb Allah seems neutral and Houthis also seems neutral, so basically it is Syria and the Iraq Militia that has a existencial quarrel. These are the facts, how would it evolve, no one knows.

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ok so you meant the other resistance groups,,i see

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” The Resistance though, which favors a war now with Israel right now” and i agree ,syria should def go for the golan now as there are plenty of excuses and opportunities during this war while they continue to be stricken from there,,as i said before if syria does not retake golan during this war before its over chances are we will not see assad ever going for it later because it is not syria’s style to start wars even to get there lands back so now is the perfect time for it ,i hope israhell does something big n… Read more »

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While Syria has got so much on its plate at present in Idlib I think it would be folly to open another front in the Golan; surely?

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i am not saying this should be done as we speak,,of course they need to deal with other problems first and regain control of the entire country but once that is done they should pounce on golan right away and not let it go or allow a long break ,,golan needs to be dealt with before this war is over

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I posted something on this last week in the old thread.. Russia is acting on a strategic level world wide and Syria is but one very small part of it. Its bigger to us because we only care about it but when Russia acts they need to look at everything. Flaring up Syria takes more resources which are needed elsewhere and over extending ones ability can cause implosions that unravel everything. Its like you going out at night in boxers and mosquitos are biting you everywhere, but you mostly only swat them when they bite your face.. You just wave… Read more »

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“I was quite shocked to see how small syria was” in what sense?

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In the sense that the M5 is shorter than the Twin Cities 400 run? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twin_Cities_400

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As a side note, Yemeni-Houthis air defense just shot down a Saudi Barbarian Tornado near al-Motun and fell into al-Maslub district.

https://english.iswnews.com/11435/breaking-a-saudi-tornado-shot-down-in-yemen/

Also, The Houthis are very close to Ma’rib…losing it would be a huge blow to the enemies of Yemen.

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This is so huge, new era begins today. All allies will be equipped with portable AA systems that can reach 10km or more. Iran is producing portable tank killer, carrier killer and now fighter jet killer. Tornado cost is 150 million.