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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
These Aleppoians are capable shitlords !!

12-20-2016 02:52 PM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
Egyptian police arrests 5 people on the charges of making fake Aleppo videos with children

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/...86541.html
12-20-2016 04:30 PM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
American Newspaper mocking about Russian Ambassador's death.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/do...-1.2917281
Simply disgusting and coward. This is not even journalism.

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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
The "evil, genocidal dictator and butcher of Syria" visits Saydnaya Monastery, spends time with nuns and christians on Christmas day.



I am awaiting christmas day coverage from leaders of our "allies" in Riyadh or Doha....or maybe the liberated and free city of Idlib in Syria.

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12-26-2016 01:41 PM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
Hundreds of Christians celebrate Xmas in western Aleppo.





Note the Hezbollah flags being waved. Hezbollah sacrificed many fighters to help the Christians fight the Western backed 'moderates' not only in Aleppo but throughout Syria, yet the Zionists along with Trump calls these guys 'terrorists'. GTFO!

GO HEZBOLLAH! GO ASSAD!
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01-04-2017 03:16 AM
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No surprises that the 'moderate' opposition are refusing to sign up to the ceasefire agreement and peace talks in Kazakhstan because.....the SAA are fighting Al Qaeda.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2...eace-talks

Meanwhile, the SAA are continuing their offensive in western Damascus against Western backed jihadists.



01-04-2017 03:27 AM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
Not western backed for much longer we hope.
01-04-2017 09:19 AM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
Islamic State leader Baghdadi 'may have been killed by Russia'

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Quote:Russia's defence ministry is investigating whether one of its air strikes in Syria killed the leader of the Islamic State militant group (IS).

The ministry said an air strike may have killed Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and up to 330 other fighters on 28 May.

It said the raid had targeted a meeting of the IS military council in the group's de facto capital of Raqqa, in northern Syria.

There have been a number of previous reports of Baghdadi's death.

This is the first time, however, that Russia has said it may have killed the IS leader.
Other media reports have previously claimed he had been killed or critically injured by US-led coalition air strikes.

Forces opposed to IS have been closing in on Raqqa in recent weeks.

Russia sent an air force contingent to Syria in September 2015 to shore up President Bashar al-Assad, bombing both IS and other rebel groups opposed to the government.

Thirty IS field commanders and up to 300 fighters were at the meeting in a southern suburb of Raqqa, the defence ministry said on its Facebook page.

Baghdadi and the others had gathered to plan escape routes from the city, the ministry said.


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Before and after satellite images published by Russia's defence ministry show the building damaged in the air strike

The Russian air force launched an air strike between 00:35 and 00:45 local time (21:35 and 21:45 GMT 27 May), after notifying the US military in advance.

Su-35 and Su-34 jets were used in the strike, which was preceded by drone reconnaissance flights, the ministry said.

According to the Russian defence ministry, which published photos of the site targeted before and after, other IS figures killed in the strike include Emir of Raqqa Abu al-Haji al-Masri, Emir Ibrahim al-Naef al-Hajj and IS security chief Suleiman al-Sawah.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told reporters he was still seeking the facts of what had happened, saying, "I do not have 100% confirmation of the information about the elimination of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi."

Hours after the air strike, IS media released a video showing extensive damage to buildings and a number of dead people, mostly covered up, blaming "US air strikes".

The US-led coalition said on Friday it could not confirm whether Baghdadi had been killed.

There has been no official comment from Syria's government.

Baghdadi's whereabouts have been unknown for some time, although he was believed to be in Mosul in Iraq before a US-led coalition began an effort to reclaim the city in October 2016.


He has made only one public appearance in recent years - in a video delivering a sermon in Mosul on 5 July 2014, shortly after IS captured the city.

His last audio message was released on 2 November last year.

Rami Abdulrahman, director of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group, was quoted by Reuters news agency as saying he had information that Baghdadi was in another part of Syria at the end of May and was not killed.

In March, US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said that "nearly all" of Baghdadi's deputies had been killed.

Baghdadi - a nom de guerre rather than his real name - is believed to have been born in Samarra, north of Baghdad, in 1971.

Reports suggest he was a cleric in a mosque in the city around the time of the US-led invasion in 2003.

Some believe he was already a militant jihadist during the rule of Saddam Hussein. Others suggest he was radicalised during the four years he was held at Camp Bucca, a US facility in southern Iraq where many al-Qaeda commanders were detained.

He emerged as the leader of al-Qaeda in Iraq, one of the groups that later became Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (IS), in 2010.

In October 2011, the US officially designated Baghdadi as a terrorist. It has offered a reward of up to $25m (£19.6m) for information leading to his capture or death.

So far, there has been minimal reaction from online supporters of IS to news of the reported death of the group's leader, BBC Monitoring reports.

IS sympathisers typically ignore reports from unofficial IS sources or ridicule them, especially given that Baghdadi's death has been reported several times in the past.
06-16-2017 05:11 PM
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^ Literally the entirety of US establishment, Dems, 95% of GOP, Deep State are praying to god that this turns out to be false.



The most annoyed and pissed off man in the universe if this is actually confirmed? John McCain.

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06-16-2017 05:20 PM
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They got bag-daddy!
06-16-2017 05:52 PM
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An ideology is bigger than one man.
06-16-2017 06:20 PM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
is russia supporing assad?
06-16-2017 08:04 PM
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The guy is not the real head of this jihadi posse, but he has been built up as a symbol, so his death will be a significant blow to them, and a nice feather in the good guys' cap (or at least that of the far lesser evil bunch). Assad and Russia must have moles inside ISIS, now that they have air supremacy and control of Aleppo, they can wipe out the jihadis.

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06-16-2017 08:48 PM
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(06-16-2017 08:48 PM)911 Wrote:  The guy is not the real head of this jihadi posse, but he has been built up as a symbol, so his death will be a significant blow to them, and a nice feather in the good guys' cap (or at least that of the far lesser evil bunch). Assad and Russia must have moles inside ISIS, now that they have air supremacy and control of Aleppo, they can wipe out the jihadis.

You cannot wield weapons of war to success if you cannot stop the ideology that drives your enemy.

This is one man, an idol. There are many countries with tens of millions of willing fighters/supporters and no matter what our bombs do in some back yard sandbox it will not be enough.

Things will move faster than the secret services can muster responses to right across multiple continents. We can't even stomach the removal of one towns mosque full of imams who preach the real Islam.

IS represents another milestone but they are not the movement.
06-17-2017 05:06 AM
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RE: Russia Entering the Syrian Conflict
The USA air force (aka ISIS air force) shot down an Syrian aircraft. This just escalated the conflict, because now it is official that Russian radars in Syrian airspace will consider any US-led coalition aircraft as "target" if they dare to fly West of the Euphrates river. The intel cooperation between USA and Russia has ended by the Russian side. This was announced yesterday by the Russian MID.
06-20-2017 06:29 AM
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Excerpt of the above from a Reuters article:

Reuters Wrote:Russia, a staunch ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, said it would treat U.S.-led coalition aircraft flying west of the Euphrates River in Syria as potential targets and track them with missile systems and military aircraft. It stopped short of saying it would shoot them down.

The Russian Defence Ministry said it was also immediately scrapping a Syrian air safety agreement with Washington designed to avoid collisions and dangerous incidents.

Moscow accused Washington of failing to honor the pact by not informing it of the decision to shoot down the Syrian plane despite Russian aircraft being airborne at the same time.

Washington hit back, saying it would "do what we can to protect our interests."

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The U.S. Central Command had issued a statement saying the downed Syrian military jet had been dropping bombs near U.S.-backed SDF forces, which are seeking to oust Islamic State from the city of Raqqa.

Officially SDF are meant to be a mixed Kurdish/Assyrian/Arab force that is anti-ISIS, but not anti-Assad. Considering they're backed by most western nations involved in the war I have my doubts, but I'm just a casual observer.

In related news, Australia ceased air operations in Syria after Russia's response:

Quote:Australia said on Tuesday it had suspended air strikes into Syria following the U.S. downing of a Syrian military jet and Russia's subsequent threat against U.S.-led coalition aircraft.

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"As a precautionary measure, Australian Defence Force (ADF) strike operations into Syria have temporarily ceased," Australia's Department of Defence said in a statement.

Australia is more risk averse to casualties in proxy wars than the US, but I think this shows that US allied forces don't believe Russia is bluffing.
06-20-2017 08:27 AM
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Rumors are coming in that a United States Air Force EQ-4 "Global Hawk" drone was shot down last night over the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Syria, by a Russian S-300 surface-to-air missile fired from the Russian Base at Tartus, Syria.
The EQ-4 with a wingspan of more than 130 feet, (roughly the same as a 737 airliner) is the the Air Force's largest drone.
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