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1ff4a No.184952[View All]

Archive/Study/Research/Library
>syriagenerals.wordpress.com

SOUTHFRONT Nov 9
https://youtu.be/vDjoHJEWzIo

>Latest interviews with Assad

https://youtu.be/1xbLFYo4T7U
https://youtu.be/RbLONDCe3Ro
https://youtu.be/YB-McdKnFtQ

>Live MAPS

https://globaleventmap.org
http://syria.liveuamap.com
http://militarymaps.info

>Fan maps

https://twitter.com/PetoLucem
https://twitter.com/miladvisor
https://twitter.com/a7_mirza
https://twitter.com/hamza_780
https://www.edmaps.com

RECENT MAPS
>Yemen Nov 11
https://imgur.com/a/8hZIFhc
>SE Syria Nov 10
https://imgur.com/a/KD0pxCS
>Idlib Nov 10
https://imgur.com/a/xIStPoC
>Libya Nov 3
https://i.imgur.com/GrjP9qc.jpg
>Suwayda Sep 25
https://imgur.com/a/AtXqo4s
>Latakia Sep 12
https://imgur.com/a/gnRYqHn
>Iraq Jun 14
https://imgur.com/a/SBuVzBb

Devs Nov 11
>Al Safa:SAA advances 2km&kills several jihadists. IS claims they killed 25 SAA soldiers on Nov10 attack on SAA positions
>Idlib:Major General Suheil Al-Hassan has ordered all of his troops to be on high alert due to jihadist infiltration attempt near Abu Dhuhour Airport. SE Idlib/NE Hama getting bombed right now
>NW Hama: Turkestan Islamic Party attacks SAA positions at Tal Malah, Zaleen, Mughayr& Tal Sakhar. They were unable to penetrate
>Euphrates valley:SDF resumes attack on IS
>Manbij:Turkish military struck SDF defenses near the city, TFSA attacks al-Hamran town (NW Manbij). In response US-coal been doing flights along the border
>Swarm of PKK suicide drones attack targets in southern Turkey
>Iraq:PMY foils IS attempt to enter Syria's DeZ via Al-Anbar
>The Telegraph:Germany secretly paid rebels in Syria nearly €50 million
>Jordanian border guards open fire on Syrian refugees near Rukban Camp
>Yemen:Saudi coal attempts to encicle al-Hudaydah and isolate al-Hudaydah airport from the rest of the city
>Houthis cut Saudi coal supply route S of Al-Hudaydah killing 180 Saudi-backed fighters,destroyed 21 military vehicle

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1ff4a No.190402


57bd5 No.190405

>>190402
>#Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrives in #Algeria on an official visit; he was in #Mauritania prior to that.
https://twitter.com/fanazer/status/1069329042111909889

what be happening here?

4baa1 No.190406

>>190405
>what be happening here?
the periodical french event of rioting is occuring currently.
It will pass as it always does.

1ff4a No.190407

>>190405
nothing, just the usual "let's visit all these countries now that i am in charge" every leader does

57bd5 No.190409

>>190407
I see. Can you tell me about the relations of Algeria with both Iran and KSA? I remember you saying that Algeria maintains a non interference or neutral policy if you will? Have they tried their hands to influence your government in the past?

57bd5 No.190554

>Fourth soldier dies from large IED blast in Afghanistan
The Pentagon has identified a fourth casualty from the improvised explosive device that claimed the lives of three special operations troops last week and left three other Americans wounded.

Sgt. Jason Mitchell McClary died Sunday in Landstuhl, Germany, as a result of injuries sustained from the IED blast that occurred Tuesday in Andar district, Ghazni province, Afghanistan.

The incident is under investigation, according to NATO’s Resolute Support mission to train and advise Afghan forces.

McClary, 24, was from Export, Pennsylvania.

He was an infantryman assigned to 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division, out of Fort Carson, Colorado.

“The Rock battalion expresses its deepest sympathies and condolences to the family and friends tragically affected by the loss of Sgt. Jason McClary. He epitomizes what it is to be a professional, a warrior and a soldier,” Lt. Col. Christopher Roberts, commander of 1st Battalion, 38th Infantry Regiment, said in a statement. “Sgt. McClary served honorably as an up-armored vehicle gunner for the Attack Company. His memory and contributions will never be forgotten.”
McClary had been in Afghanistan since April. Prior to that, he served in Iraq from May 2016 to January 2017.

He had received two Purple Hearts, three Army Commendation Medals, one of which was with Valor, an Army Good Conduct Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Iraq Campaign Medal, the Combat Infantry Badge and the Air Assault Badge.

McClary joined the Army in January 2014, and had been assigned at Fort Carson since October 2017.

Three special operations troops — two Army Green Berets and an Air Force combat controller — were immediately killed when the IED that killed McClary detonated last week.

Four wounded Americans, including three U.S. service members and a civilian contractor, were initially wounded by the detonation.

The wounded were immediately evacuated, following the blast. Resolute Support did not immediately provide a status update on the other three Americans who were wounded.

The IED was reportedly very large. The Taliban’s official spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, claimed the detonation completely destroyed a U.S. tank, likely referencing an up-armored Oskosh MAT-V or Mine-Resistant Ambush Protected that the troops would have been riding in.

The blast occurred on the outskirts of Ghazni City, the Taliban said.

McClary’s death raised the total count of U.S. troops killed in action this year to 14. November was the bloodiest month of the year, accounting for five total deaths.

An Army Ranger, Sgt. Leandro Jasso, died of wounds inflicted by small arms fire in western Afghanistan’s Nimroz Province on Nov. 24.

Jasso’s death was likely the result of accidental friendly fire from the Afghan commandos he was accompanying during an assault on al-Qaida positions, Resolute Support said after a preliminary investigation.

Earlier in the month, on Nov. 3, Maj. Brent Taylor, 39, was killed in an insider attack in Kabul.

Taylor was a member of the Utah Army National Guard and also served as the mayor of North Ogden, Utah.
https://www.armytimes.com/news/your-army/2018/12/03/fourth-soldier-dies-from-large-ied-blast-in-afghanistan

57bd5 No.190555

>Israel Air Force is now prepared for an operation against #Hezbollah in south of #Lebanon following to mass delivery of short-range ballistic missiles and other weapons by #IRGC within past few months. It is not known when exactly, but #IAF will carryout the airstrikes
https://twitter.com/BabakTaghvaee/status/1069658910099947520

>Flying from Sde Dov, the #Israel Air Force's Beechcraft B200 Zufit and RC-12K Kukiyah SIGINT and ISR airplanes as well as Hermes and Heron-TP UAVs are easily monitoring every single transportation of weapons and can trace every radio/telephone call of #Hezbollah in S. of #Lebanon

https://twitter.com/BabakTaghvaee/status/1069669689922674688

5ae78 No.190566

>>190554
>McClary, 24, was from Export
American abroad sent goods sure are deteriorating fast.

57bd5 No.190567

>>189444
New AAN article about the fighting between the Taliban and the Hazara militias recently in Ghazni and Uruzgan province mate

>Taleban Attacks on Khas Uruzgan, Jaghori and Malestan (I): A new and violent push into Hazara areas

https://www.afghanistan-analysts.org/taleban-attacks-on-khas-uruzgan-jaghori-and-malestan-i-a-new-and-violent-push-into-hazara-areas/

>Taleban Attacks on Khas Uruzgan, Jaghori and Malestan (II): A new and violent push into Hazara areas

https://www.afghanistan-analysts.org/taleban-attacks-on-khas-uruzgan-jaghori-and-malestan-ii-a-new-and-violent-push-into-hazara-areas/

and a CTC one

>Allied and Lethal: Islamic State Khorasan’s Network and Organizational Capacity in Afghanistan and Pakistan

https://ctc.usma.edu/allied-lethal-islamic-state-khorasans-network-organizational-capacity-afghanistan-pakistan/

>>189905

>pro Govt. militia is trying to stop #IEA offensive towards Andhkoy. Several CP's were ransacked, while dozens of families escaped villages near Qurghan and SW of Andkhoy due to heavy clashes. Reports that #Taliban are using armory in this attack

https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1069149847369015297

>#AlKhandaq

Kohna Qarghan, Hasanak, Nahdarak, Degchi Khana, Beshaknat & Aimaq Khana areas of Qarghan & Andkhoi district #Faryab cleared as 3 bases & 8 CP overrun, 21 police & militiamen killed/wounded, SUV & sizable amount weapons/equipment seized
https://twitter.com/Zabihullah_4/status/1069115793680580609

57bd5 No.190570

>#IEA claimed shooting down of #USA Chinook in Tagab district of #Kapisa province
https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1069617506917203968

>Pro Govt. media reported that it was #ANDSF helicopter with #USA personnel that made a hard landing in #Kapisa with no injuries

https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1069617957494562818

804e2 No.190579

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>>190567
Going into Andkhoy eh? Nice.
>hovers over Andkhoy on Afghan map
>"Border and secure city"
>Mfw

1ff4a No.190581


804e2 No.190585

File: 1543883755964-0.png (1007.52 KB, 2510x2338, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1543883755964-1.png (126.32 KB, 2000x1473, Afghanistan Districts Warm….png)

>>190567
Updated Shitmap/Districtmap

804e2 No.190588

SDF have entered Hajin, taking Hawama district and securing the hospital
https://twitter.com/RadioAlKul/status/1069681464755798020

30404 No.190601

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I'm not one of those /pol/ anons that doubt the holocaust, but even I absolutely kek'd when I saw this
>https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-12-03/syrian-war-crimes-evidence-strongest-since-nuremberg-trials/10577206

3adc8 No.190602

>>190601
>Belives Holohoax
I bet youre from Melbourne

30404 No.190603

File: 1543894692802.jpg (29.16 KB, 640x519, thinking.jpg)

>>190602
Well, I think the number 6 million is too high, and that more died of natural causes in the camps than those killed directly, but many were killed, so there is truth to both sides, imho.

3adc8 No.190606

>>190603
Most of the jews killed were communist agents.

30404 No.190608

File: 1543895388390.png (2.63 MB, 1600x1200, Melbourne.png)

>>190606
I see.
>>190602
Also, I might have you know that I am not from Melbourne and I strongly support nuking it, as it would make Australia a much better country.

3adc8 No.190609

File: 1543896369461.gif (2.36 MB, 320x310, _bismuth.gif)

>>190608
>Nuke melbourne
>mfw

1ff4a No.190646

>>190409
about KSA
not much they come every now and then under the guise of muh arab world relations but aside from that we have little to no relations with them
although geopolitically we tend to side with the ones against their agenda (syria we stood with them not to be removed from the arab league and are giving diplomatic support to assad, yemen we refused to take part in the bombings or any military intervention unlike muttroccans)
but because we aren't big on the geopolitical scene and we tend to stay purely diplomatic in our interventions (no military help/sending supplies) we aren't a big concern to them so they tend to ignore our doings

for Iran
we stood with Iran in the past (representing them at the UN when they didn't have a seat) up until the 90's where Iran sided with the rebels during the civil war so our relation became colder and less friendly
as of today it's a mixed bag we have limited relation with them yet tend to side with their agenda (pro SAA, anti israel etc) but don't antagonize them diplomatically like muttrocco does (with their phony claims that muh iran is funding the polisario)

all in all the maghreb is too far away and too small (as in influence wise) to have any horse in race in the ME

57bd5 No.190698

>>190646
>>190581
thanks for the insight and the video mate.
>>190585
>Clashes between Govt. forces and #IEA reported in Gurziwan #Faryab
Heavy fighting and air strikes in Jaghuri, Gelan and Nawa #Ghazni
https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1069989134763200512

57bd5 No.190699

>HTS controls Qastun NW #Hama after clashes with Ahrar al-Sham.
https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1069968305304276995

>A WH member died of his injuries as a result of an IED explosion in Jindiris #Afrin two days ago. Most likely planted by #YPG cells.

https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070027298122948610

>Aftermath of a failed assassination attempt on a military commander in Faylaq al-Sham, Mohammed Awash, in Atareb, west of Aleppo.

https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070030572934889472

>In addition, two foreign militants, an Uzbek and Uyghuri, have been assassinated in S #Idlib and N #Lattakia in the last 48 hours. Not sure which faction they belonged to, since there are contradictory infos.

https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070041108640604162

>It is said that the Uyghuri was stabbed to death in front of his house by masked men.

https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070041313603657728

57bd5 No.190700

>#DeirEzzor/#Hajin: Several #SDF fighters got killed and wounded today after being left alone in the Hawamah area. #SDF fighter says in this video: "The hardships of the SDF fighters after the leaders fled from the battlefield."
https://twitter.com/MapsSyria/status/1070031360893554696

Video in link

57bd5 No.190705

>Violent Clashes Tonight at the vicinity of #Bukamal as #ISIS #Daesh try to infiltrate towards the city.
https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/1070059984313040898

Video in link

>Major General Hassan Mohammed, head of the security and military committee in the area of Abu Kamal says No truth to the news that is being circulated about the infiltration of a group of #ISIS Daesh into the city of #Bukamal

https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/1070062286889455616

57bd5 No.190710

>Daesh launches counter-offensive to drive US-backed forces out of their stronghold
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) launched a counter-offensive this evening in the southeastern countryside of Deir Ezzor after losing a significant amount of territory in the northern part of Hajin.

According to reports from the Deir Ezzor front, Daesh managed to retake several points inside of Hajin that they lost to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) over the last 24 hours.

However, the extent of their advance is still unknown at this time due to the heavy bombardment of Hajin by the U.S.-led Coalition.

The town of Hajin is believed to be Daesh’s de-facto capital in Syria and Iraq after they lost the cities of Raqqa, Mosul (northwest Iraq), Albukamal, and Mayadeen.

For Daesh, conceding Hajin to the Syrian Democratic Forces would be a devastating blow to their self-proclaimed ‘caliphate’, as its the largest town under their control in the Middle East.
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/daesh-launches-counter-offensive-to-drive-us-backed-forces-out-of-their-stronghold/

57bd5 No.190711

>Israeli military claims to have captured ‘Hezbollah operative’
Israeli military forces released footage showing a man inside an alleged tunnel discovered in the area of Metula on Tuesday, who the Israeli military claims is a “Hezbollah operative.”

On Tuesday morning, the Israeli military announced the discovery of what they claim is a network of underground tunnels build by Hezbollah, which reportedly began in the Lebanese area of Kafr Kila and crossed the border into Israel around Metula.

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-israeli-military-claims-to-have-captured-hezbollah-operative-video/
Video in link

57bd5 No.190712

>Saudi Arabia invites Qatar to Gulf summit on December 9th
Qatar’s emir, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, has received an invitation from Saudi Arabia’s King Salman to attend a summit of the Gulf Cooperation Council on Dec. 9, Qatar News Agency said on Tuesday.

Qatar has not confirmed what level of representation it would be sending to the summit yet.
https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/saudi-arabia-invites-qatar-to-gulf-summit-on-december-9th/

57bd5 No.190721

>SAA and allies ambushed Daesh in the Eastern Badia
https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070087791936200706

57bd5 No.190723

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>>190721
>SAA and the Homeland Defence Forces carried out the ambush.
https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1070089786654904320

804e2 No.190729

File: 1543968953502-0.png (1007.5 KB, 2510x2338, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1543968953502-1.png (126.36 KB, 2000x1473, Afghanistan Districts Warm….png)

>>190698
Thanks lad. Updated Shitmaps

17fb9 No.190757

>>190729
got a new Syria map in light of the Idlibi infighting?

804e2 No.190773

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>>190757
Wikipedia fucked up, so I'm gonna just wait for them to realize their error and fix it.

804e2 No.190789

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Hey Pingu, what do you think the future holds for Pakistan?

You've got India to your SE that's aspiring to become a superpower by 2020 by the earliest or 2030 at the latest with Iran lobbying to get India a permanent seat at the UNSC, putting them up there with Russia, China, USA, etc. while leaving Pakistan behind with mainly just nukes to keep yourselves relevant.
Plus, you've also got Iran to the west that's become the de-facto leading regional power in the Middle East to eclipse both Saudi Arabia and Israel, with Turkey being the only ME nation as the counterweight to Iranian power and influence. What do you think Iran-Pakistan relations will look like in the future? And Pakistan-Turkey relations for that matter?

Then there's the Taliban winning in Afghanistan. What happens for Pakistan if all goes superb and the Taliban oust NATO from Afghanistan? Does Pakistan just focus on India in that case since the Afghan thorn in the back of Pakistan is removed?

And Saudi power and influence waning all across the Middle East (look at Yemen for the most glaring example of their decline). What does that bode for Saudi-Pakistan relations?

There's also both countries being in SCO, a political, economic, and military alliance, pitting them against the West, at least on paper. If a hot WWIII broke out, do you think India and Pakistan would ally against a Western aggressor, or would they throw nukes at each others' faces?
>inb4 ">WWIII ever happening"
Humour me.

5f22a No.190815

>>190729
Any updates on Libya and Yemen?
And in light of recent events, maybe a new Donbass shitmap would be needed

1ff4a No.190816


1ff4a No.190818

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>>190789
>aspiring to become a superpower by 2020 by the earliest or 2030

804e2 No.190828

>.@PavloKlimkin talking to media after @NATO meeting with Ukraine and Georgia: we got important message from partners - Ukraine will be member of NATO. #WeAreNATO
https://twitter.com/Makeiev/status/1069980725359861760

>Ukraine will be member of NATO

No wonder they're so afraid of Russian retaliation. Ukraine's ascent to NATO is crossing a Russian red line.
Expect some fireworks.
>>190818
I said "aspiring", I didn't say they "will".
>>190815
Libya's a stalemate, same for Yemen.
>Donbass Shitmap
It's a jpg basemap lad. The best I can do with it is just draw a frontline.

1ff4a No.190845

>>190828
>Ukraine will be member of NATO
no
unless they give up any claim on crimea AND the separatist regions in the east alongside with the rest of nato countries

40ae6 No.190847

>>190789
>>WWIII ever happening"

Look at US relations against Russia for the last +10 years, and the action they are taking against China now… War has already stared, but a conventional war is not popular nowadays because muh democracy. The economic, cultural and technological war is a fact.
The recent Ukrainian provocation against Russia, just another excuse for US to "react" and the submissive faggots at EU to sanction Russia because muh poor Ukrainian sailors, as if anybody thought sending hohol military to the Crimean bridge was going to happen without consequences…

China and Russia have been more subtle in this war (also less powerful to begin with), specially China with their long-term vision, as they build up their power, but they are obviously are not retarded either. The chinks have control of the supply chain of more than 80% of electronics, and they are planning to have companies that are industry leaders in every strategic sector, which they build up successfully by stealing IP from other companies, state funding and tariffs on foreign products.

Btw I read today the EU wants to promote the euro in international transactions against the dollar. Watch for the next shitstorm on this topic as the lackeys of the US (in and out of EU institutions) boycott this meager attempt to increase European sovereignty.

804e2 No.190898

>>190845
As if legality was any concern for the US/NATO when invading Iraq and Afghanistan.
However, considering that this is Ukraine and Russia we're dealing with, I'm gonna chalk this one up to Ukrops spouting bullshit.
>>190847
>Look at US relations against Russia for the last +10 years, and the action they are taking against China now… War has already stared, but a conventional war is not popular nowadays because muh democracy. The economic, cultural and technological war is a fact.
Along these lines, it can even be argued that WWIII began in 1945 and didn't end in 1991

>The recent Ukrainian provocation against Russia, just another excuse for US to "react" and the submissive faggots at EU to sanction Russia because muh poor Ukrainian sailors, as if anybody thought sending hohol military to the Crimean bridge was going to happen without consequences…

Eventually they have to realize that sanctions are doing no good. They didn't do any good in 2014, they're not gonna do any good in 2018, especially since the bulk of Asia is warming up to Russia.

>China and Russia have been more subtle in this war (also less powerful to begin with), specially China with their long-term vision, as they build up their power, but they are obviously are not retarded either. The chinks have control of the supply chain of more than 80% of electronics, and they are planning to have companies that are industry leaders in every strategic sector, which they build up successfully by stealing IP from other companies, state funding and tariffs on foreign products.

Indeed, there is more than one road to victory. American can build up its military all it wants, but China will capture the nation's economy itself.

>Btw I read today the EU wants to promote the euro in international transactions against the dollar. Watch for the next shitstorm on this topic as the lackeys of the US (in and out of EU institutions) boycott this meager attempt to increase European sovereignty.

Another step towards a multipolar world. Would it be right to expect Russia to support this move towards a stronger euro if only to accelerate the transition to the multipolar world?

804e2 No.190961

File: 1544074666242-0.png (1.41 MB, 2504x2184, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1544074666242-1.gif (929.48 KB, 2504x2184, Dec 1 - Dec 5.gif)

Updated Syria Shitmaps

40ae6 No.190969

>>190898
>Along these lines, it can even be argued that WWIII began in 1945 and didn't end in 1991
Obviously not "WWIII", but the Cold War. What I'm talking about is a second cold war.
The thing is, there has been plenty of disorganization in US defense and intelligence circles regarding foreign policy. After years of "containing" Russia and focusing on the Middle East, they have allowed China to build up their economic empire, only to go after it with "fire and fury" now that they have realized their mistake. It is probably already too late to stop China with economic means, though.

>Eventually they have to realize that sanctions are doing no good. They didn't do any good in 2014, they're not gonna do any good in 2018, especially since the bulk of Asia is warming up to Russia.

The EU is harming their own economy with sanctions on Russia (the EU wants russian oil/gas, and wants to export to them, the US doesn't need it). I doubt Germany will be happy with it but countries like Poland and the Baltics have wanted this all along.

>Another step towards a multipolar world. Would it be right to expect Russia to support this move towards a stronger euro if only to accelerate the transition to the multipolar world?

As you may know, China and Russia have been trading oil for gold and yuans. They may support it diplomatically given the context (Iran sanctions). The mayor threat to this will be intra-EU infighting.

30404 No.190973

File: 1544089307210.jpg (77.51 KB, 654x527, zzzz.jpg)

Who is baking?

Whoever it is, don't use either of these pics
>>190223
>>186080
Pingu will be pissed and I want to see his reaction, it'll be funny, haha.

98a14 No.190984


bf316 No.190992

>>190973
what part of
>bake next at the other place use pic
makes you think I wanted them used here?

c896e No.190994

>>190992
he missed that you wrote that.
He is not the smartest i believe

30404 No.190996

File: 1544106541712.jpg (12.77 KB, 300x300, facepalm.jpg)

>>190992
>>190994
I read the 080 post and ctrl+F'd "bake" to get the other one, but I didn't read it.
My bad, my bad. No bully pls.

c896e No.190998

>>190996
you disgrace!

1ff4a No.191007

>>190898
>As if legality was any concern for the US/NATO when invading Iraq and Afghanistan.
apples and oranges, we're not talking international law
we're talking conditions to join NATO
if they're not fulfilled then you can't enter otherwise the new member could drag all the other nato members for his territorial dispute


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