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Shit that happened in roughly the last month>Jordan’s King Abdullah II received a call Oct 3 from President Assad, the first conversation between the two leaders in 10 years>Jordan reopens border with Syria>US State Department- "no plans" to “normalise or upgrade” diplomatic relations with Syrian government "will not encourage others to do so" in light of some countries starting path of normalisation, because Assad is still 'literally Hitler'>Bomb at Kabul mosque kills 5 civs during memorial service held for mother of chief Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid, Taliban claims the ISKP cell responsible has been eliminated>Taliban claims successful raid on ISKP safe haven in northern Parwan province killing/arresting a number of the group's fighters>Putin and Erdogan conclude Sochi talks aimed at strengthening bilateral ties, addressing regional security issues, including situation in Syria>Houthi forces take control the Zahim checkpoint>National Army blows up a bridge linking Harib and Juba to prevent Houthis from advancing towards Juba, Houthis bypassed this bridge next day>KSA confirms recent talks with Iran in bid to soften relations between Tehran and Riyadh>Israel accuses Iran of 'plot to kill Israeli businessmen' in Cyprus after police arrested a man suspected of being hired to carry out the attacks (lmao)
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In the watchtower, view to the east.
>>322329>Turkish military reinforcements arrived in the city of Tal Abyad, northern rural Raqqa.https://twitter.com/OGNreports/status/1452992409839837201
Lots of indications that things will get spicy around Ayn Issa, it's no coincidence that the Russians opened a new supply route to Qamishli through Deir ez-Zor last week:https://twitter.com/CaricaMil/status/1452576178221600768
The roaches obviously intend to cut off Kobani (and Manbij) from the east, eyes on Tishreen Dam laados.
PKK is warming up to Assad, question is if they can compromise enough to reconcile.https://twitter.com/RojavaNetwork/status/1453016336347582470
Even though al-Shishani surrendered last night, the battle didn't end. Still a few fanatics surrounded in Jabal Turkmen.
Jabal Murad has surrendered and reconciled.
US drone circling Baghdadis hideout in northern Idlib, RuAF airstrikes on mercenary headquarters in Jabal Zawiyah and Qah (2nd pic & map link).http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.300401&lon=36.740963&z=17&show=/41331556/Militant-Complex
The junction and Sawdah captured.
the eldest son of Mullah Omar (the founder of the Taliban) has been invested as the new Defense Minister of the Afghan Emiratehttps://twitter.com/AnasHaqqani313/status/1453376749392252932
>Taliban find American-made M1117 buried in Panjshir
Saving it for a better day?
>RuAF Su-27SM3 in Qamishli
He is Sanpaku. He's marked for death.
This Norwegian goober is still kicking it, joined PKK and survived a mine explosion.
All of Jabal al-Sahl is under houthi control and the mercenaries have lost everything south of Ya'arah.
What of that mountain to the east of Jarashah?
Jabal Amud (the small mountain near the road N/E of Jarashah) or Jabal Badi (mountain range reaching half way to Jabal Balaq)?
Jabal Amud is captured.
No reliable reports detailing who controls what of Jabal Badi, the northern half is probably devoid of military presence due to it's strategic insignificance and the houthis likely control the southern half or atleast the parts which is is in firing range of the Marib road and overlook Judaydah.
Darbasiyah and possibly even Amude is in the danger zone https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1454004455880417280
If Russia and Assad doesn't step in they'll have roaches on the western outskirts of Qamishli before long.
Unconfirmed reports of the houthis advancing in Raghwan (Asdas front), on the Jubah-Marib road (towards the Marib dam) and northeast of Mala'a (towards the eastern end of the Balaq mountain range).
No confirmed gains yet.
Seeing claims that the battle for Marib has been won and the houthis controlling all districts.
Probably the tribes have reconciled.
Houthi Fields of Jihad report from the Alfa front, it's not anything newsworthy since it was recorded quite a while ago but the scenery is neat.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMiu3x5z3zE
https://twitter.com/MapEthiopia/status/1454454707628429315> The TDF now control the majority of Dessie and are engaged in clearing operations in the city to remove any holdouts. There have been clashes throughout the day as militia forces who did not withdraw put up resistance in several areas.
Government is denying it so far.
AQAP has supposedly dug trenches at the base of the eastern section of Jabal Balaq and in the Rawda IDP area below the middle section.
https://www.yemenmonitor.com/Details/ArtMID/908/ArticleID/62723> Saudi took Al-Alam camp in Jardan district in Shabwa from STC.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=14.952082&lon=46.738844&z=14&m=w&show=/40728761/Alam-camp
These niggers are doomed, they are addicted to infighting, I assume because it allows them to feel powerful and actually take something.
Gotta make gains somehow amirite
The houthis have made gains in Jubah, basically only Umud is left before Jabal Balaq is the only remaining obstacle.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=15.264810&lon=45.292339&z=13&show=/1653124/al-Umud
>Private sources confirm an agreement made between the Russian Reconciliation Center and SDF says that the areas of al-Shuhail, al-Busayrah, Dhiban, al-Hawaij, al-Shaafah, al-Susah, and al-Baghuz in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor (al-Jazirah) will be fully handed over to the SAAhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1454941885915664385
More or less all villages and towns along the Euphrates from DeZ city to the Iraqi border.
We'll see if this is true.
https://twitter.com/RoncliffeOdit/status/1455207853346729987> The spokesperson for the #Tigray People's Liberation Front, Getachew Reda tells the @BBCAfrica that members of the #Tigray forces & fighters from the Oromo Liberation Army #OLA have physically linked up. The 2 groups say their aim is to take #Ethiopia capital Addis Ababa.
It seems from this that TDF do actually have Kombulcha, status of Dessie is still unclear. Vital road to Djhbuti is in danger. I think the second things turn, as they seem to be, this war is going to be turned up to 11 and everyone and their dog will join the local militia to grab some of that sweet power.
Ethiopia Shitmupdate - TPLF links up with OLA and both groups make a vow to overthrow the central government. The road to Addis Ababa is now much shorter.
OLA captures several villages in the eastern central part of Oromo region.
Strap yourselves in, cause once Addis Ababa falls, that country is going to explode.
>>323696>once Addis Ababa falls
Is the rebel coalition really that strong?
Ethiopian government is already making plans to gtfo, just in case.
and Assad was living in a Russian submarine if you relied on anti-Assad activists
The Rawdah area and al-Umud has reportedly been captured by the houthis.
They should buy the AQAP ditch diggers bigger shovels.
MoD press briefing showing the liberation of Jubah district (up until the district center) and Camp Khusaynah.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J23xPqnkwsM
Action starts after 11:00.
Houthis advancing south of eastern Balaq.
Defending the entire Balaq mountain range takes alot of manpower...
The mercenaries are supposedly in control of the Umud area again (no proofs) and are back in Camp Umm Rish (video) after the houthis captured the camp earlier this week.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZQze7H0UgA
The roaches went real quiet after this huh
Russia not giving away freebies unless they get a slice of Idlib i guess
Houthis back in control of Umm Rish:https://twitter.com/abdullahelsagaf/status/1456939943830474753
Umud is contested, some say controlled, some say the houthis are in the outskirts:https://twitter.com/aalnaasi/status/1457012747665821703https://twitter.com/0___5____0/status/1456988086122860545
Pic related taken in Ya'arah is the first image by a professional pro-Houthi reporter beyond Judaydah, indicating that the front is exceptionally dangerous and fluid.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=15.170767&lon=45.247321&z=15&show=/1657045/ar/Ya-arah-يعرة
There's amateur photos taken by fighters closer to Jabal Balaq in the desert that im trying to geolocate and map, if i can't find the exact spots soon i'll post approximate locations.
>Aldar Khalil, member of the PYD's joint presidential body said in an interview with “Russia Today” that “the issue of oil and resources in northeastern Syria will be part of the final dialogue process with the regime.” Once agreement reached on administrative and political issues
>“We demand that Syria be a decentralized democracy, on principle that enables all regions in Syria to self-administer in a democratic manner, depending on their revenues and self-management of the communities inhabiting these regions, and moving away from the central situation."
>Regarding Turkish threat of military action in northern Syria, he said that the possibility still exists, attributing the reason to “the US and Russian parties not resolving their position on the Turkish operation,” noting that they “may not completely oppose, but rather reject.”
Pic. 1 & 2: Photo taken south of eastern Balaq and west of Umm Rish uploaded a week ago.
Pic. 3 was uploaded today, i'm unable to pinpoint where it was taken but if i'm allowed to guess it´s east of Umud, near the road to Marib. Arrow pointing at the Falaj checkpoint in the pass to Marib between Balaq Awsat and Balaq Sharqi.
Official Pro-Hadi forces media showing the mercenaries at al-U'ayrif firing in the direction of Umud:https://twitter.com/Yemenarmyeng/status/1457042712662794249http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=15.291761&lon=45.295215&z=15&gz=0;452831983;152821773;199556;192905;0;0
Lending credence to the claims that the houthis took control of Umud today.
al-U'ayrif/Aif reportedly captured and reputable Al Masirah reporter Abdullah Al-Saqqaf (selfie guy: >>324146
) says the battle of Marib will be over in the coming days:https://twitter.com/abdullahelsagaf/status/1457095648688418822
>BREAKING: Home of Iraqi Prime Minister reportedly targeted by a drone.>UPDATE: Iraqi PM Al-Kadhimi wounded after reported drone attack, has been taken to hospital.https://twitter.com/Conflicts/status/1457132161132343309
Uhh, i assume it was a DJI phantom dropping a bomblet or is shit going down?
Meh, too convoluted.
Similar DIY projectiles were dropped on the US embassy back in July.
These attacks can't be pinned on any factions.
Fucking surreal, some streets look like a zombie apocalypse.
Ethiopia Shitmupdate - TPLF and OLA continue their advances, updates in Oromo region.
UAE loyal Giants Brigades has abandoned Hudaydah, heading to Shabwah.https://twitter.com/YemeninmyDNA/status/1458656328843509765
The houthis have reportedly regained the coast from Hudaydah to Khawkhah without a fighthttps://twitter.com/Alsagaf711/status/1458805471637348362
I don't know pham, the second video looked pretty comfy
Well,Who's Excited to die in yemen?
No Americans were present in the "embassy".
Damn, i was Looking forward to another 2 decades in the desert,Gotta Love Protecting isreal Kek
Keeping fighters in that salient after the Stockholm agreement came into effect was a giant (pun not intended) waste of manpower.
My guess is they are being sent to ensure Ataq city doesn't get handed to the houthis by the local tribes, but joining the defense of Marib is also very possible.
Visual proof of houthis controlling the coast atleast up to the Khawkhah District border (Hima port gate in pic).http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=13.900868&lon=43.223476&z=15&show=/9100692/Qubbat-al-Ḩimār-Port
I haven't been monitoring the situation too closely so i don't know how far this will go. Though it seems like Hays and Khawkhah towns are in the danger zone and perhaps even Mocha.
Jabal Balaq is still firmly in mercenary control and there has been zero evidence to support the Falaj claim.
Pro-Houthi twitter says the battle has started for real today.
we'll see how it pans out, my hopes aren't to high considering a portion of the population genuinely resents him, his father and his family
>taliban training troops vs USA training troopshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzkTtLiLTJghttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8LSnuGTO5whttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ehSdXgI7NOU
it's astounding how big is the gap between american and afghan recruits/training, this is what happens when you filter out deadbeats and junkies at the recruitment center
in hindsight america never stood a chance at building a decent afghan national army since day fucking 1
America should have conquered the Middle East and given it a white name like...
Something like that, then kicked out the entire middle east into africa so they'd fight over resources and reduce each other's populations while whites fill the desert without any jews or sandniggers.
Sure they wouldn't do that, but it would mean the Middle East gets a good army to defend it.
Do you honestly believe that 'muricuckland should have any involvement? If so: that's a great idea... for a retarded losing cuck that's being replaced. Arabia is far too large and large chunks of the populaces are hardened guerillas. The last 90~ invasions have proven it is not worthwhile to deal with that entire region outside of historical or scientific investigations. Seriously, what kind of moron are you?
Late Shitmupdates but here they are
Ethiopia - OLA captures more ground in Oromo region and TPLF advances further into Amhara region towards Addis Ababa and penetrates into Afar region.
Yemen - Houthis recapture most of Hudaydah province after coalition withdraws from the salient and Houthis capture southern Marib province in its entirety. Only Jabal Balaq stands between Houthis and Marib from the South.
See the final line of my post (and try harder to comprehend it this time) for an answer to your question.
tl;dr no, I do not actually believe America would do it successfully. I don't think they'd even try. They tried to force feminism into this culture in the hopes that it would pacify the men and make the women useful. This just angered the men, who like having total control of their women.
Facetious questions warrant facetious answers. "America" is a series of three partially co-joined continents which are not fully linked tectonically, not ONE continent as most bootlickers senselessly try to believe. The Jew-S of A has zero worth acting as the "world police", not does any other cuntry. Your failure begins there. The end of that shitstick is a laughable, tired retread of: "who watches the watchers that watch the watchers"? Answer: not you, and certainly not any organization or cult that (You) endorse. The 250 year empire problem is a kike-created problem.
tl;dr: trying to cover a gaping wound with a tiny Band-Aid (TM) is the same as britmutts trying to defend their short-lived anti-other-empire measures. You can either keep up with history as it is made, or be forgotten. End of discussion.
Why are you saying this? What do you hope to gain?
Brb, going to visit Jack....
Ethiopia Shitmupdate - TPLF-OLA continues their advance on Addis Ababa. TPLF gets expelled from Afar region again.
Answer: crushing your pseudo-satirical moralism.
Fresh pic taken south of U'ayrif.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=15.299791&lon=45.300794&z=15&gz=0;452966308;152912018;0;0;67806;107626
Presumably it's under houthi control, but the Balaq speedbump situation isn't looking great overall...
I held off from commenting about the Balaq situation for a week because i began to doubt the houthis could pull it off and when i finally post my opinion, the houthis pulls a uno reverse card by posting pic related a couple minutes later.
I'm not sure how, but driving a car on the road this close to Balaq means they control the Falaj checkpoint and somehow control the surrounding mountains (either by suppressing fire or actually storming them).
>>326603>I'm not sure how, but driving a car on the road this close to Balaq means they control the Falaj checkpoint and somehow control the surrounding mountains (either by suppressing fire or actually storming them).
could be a bait for the enemy intelligence that follows their feed, to probe the enemy defenses
some sort of maskirovska
Situation is fairly straight forward, the location where the picture was taken is in ATGM range from several angles, there's no way the houthis could sneak up this close on the highway if the Hadi forces still control the heights.