[ mlpol / qa / go / 1ntr / vx / cyb / sp / üb / a ] [ Overboard ] [ Statistics / Banlist / Search ] [ PonyX ] [ Policy / Store ] [ home ]

/mlpol/ - My Little Politics

Password (For file deletion.)

  [Go to bottom]   [Catalog]   [Return]   [Archive]

File: 1556447059907.jpg (32.41 KB, 440x475, 123245656.jpg)

90424 No.219576[Last 50 Posts]


SOUTHFRONT Apr 22 (still actual)

>Latest interviews with Assad

>Live MAPS

>Fan maps


>Yemen Apr 22
>Libya Apr 21
>Idlib Apr 16
>Iraq Apr 2
>SE Syria Mar 7

Devs Apr 22
>DeZ:IS group managed to sneak out of Baghouz Mountain region in E DeZ and cross Euphrates River reaching Al-Sayyal town where SAA spotted them. Clashes ongoing
>Aleppo CS:RuAF joins SyAF in bombing HTS positions
>W Aleppo city:HTS carries out operation behind SAA lines over weekend killing 19SAA soldiers&15 civis
>IS reemerges in Hajin kills&injures 13 SDF fighters
>Iraq sentences first repatriated ISIS terrorists from Syria to death by hanging
>SAA says claims of infighting between Russian, Iranian forces is fake news
>SAA lost 79 soldiers in April. 60 of them in central Sy due to IS ambushes along Palmyra and Al-Sukhneh
>Syria’s naval port of Tartus will be given for lease to Russia for 49 years for economic purposes
>Sri Lanka:290+ killed, 500+ injured on Easter Sunday explosions which targeted hotels& Christian churches. Officials said the perpetrators were local Islamist extremists, no group claimed attacks so far
>US offers $10 million reward in hunt for Hezbollah financiers
>Libya:Clashes between GNA forces and the LNA continue in Swani, Simafro and Ain Zara. Both sides accuse each other for airstrikes on civis
>Houthis capture 20 military positions from saudi-led-coal in central Yemen

Previous: >>213698

c247d No.219582

File: 1556460795296-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1556460795296-1.gif (816.05 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) Apr 4 - Apr 27.gif)

File: 1556460795296-2.png (557.6 KB, 5792x3664, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1556460795296-3.gif (734.87 KB, 5792x3664, AFG(D) Apr 4 - Apr 27.gif)

Thanks for baking.
Shitmaps as of yesterday.

c247d No.219583

File: 1556460866439-0.png (452.07 KB, 2010x2689, Technicolor Libya Warmap.png)

File: 1556460866439-1.gif (486.36 KB, 2010x2689, LIB Apr 4 - Apr 26.gif)

File: 1556460866439-2.png (739.7 KB, 3210x2824, Technicolor Yemen Warmap.png)

File: 1556460866439-3.gif (521.49 KB, 3210x2824, YEM(S) Apr 4 - Apr 26.gif)

Dat atrocious Libya gif is because they enlarged the map and shrunk the key.

c247d No.219584

File: 1556460892501-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

Donbass Syria.

9394a No.219601

File: 1556474305082-0.jpg (58.53 KB, 719x960, D5Qdn-cX4AUVVWZ.jpg)

File: 1556474305082-1.jpg (57.65 KB, 960x720, D5QdpSTXsAAOxQr.jpg)

File: 1556474305082-2.jpg (58.12 KB, 720x721, D5QdqapX4AAMwQ1.jpg)

File: 1556474305082-3.jpg (39.5 KB, 345x557, D5QdwJaWwAAA605.jpg)

#Syria: while #Russia|n airstrikes continue on #JisrShoghur area (1), Rebels & SAA exchanged artillery fire in Ghab Plain (3) in NW. #Hama countryside. One soldier killed there (3), Suqaylbiyah also hit (4)

9394a No.219602

File: 1556474408170-0.jpg (30.44 KB, 581x1032, D5Qa1sYXsAAS8bJ.jpg)

File: 1556474408170-1.jpg (11.04 KB, 524x1080, D5Qa13xXsAIcjye.jpg)

File: 1556474408170-2.jpg (32.68 KB, 567x1008, D5QY85YW0AETADP.jpg)

File: 1556474408170-3.jpg (108.5 KB, 1944x1192, D5Qa6NMXoAI8TGa (1).jpg)

More pics (showing also different targets) of #Russia|n airstrikes on Bashiriyah town

9394a No.219603

File: 1556474481379-0.jpg (76.88 KB, 1080x607, D5QY9FyXsAAZZSj.jpg)

File: 1556474481379-1.jpg (59.22 KB, 880x612, D5Qa4u7XkAArZyn.jpg)

9394a No.219631

File: 1556497019333-0.jpg (217.53 KB, 1024x768, hmm.jpg)

The call has been made
The days of shelling the Syrian coast are numbered.


e009d No.219635

>"a-a-a-any s-s-s-second n-n-n-now" episode 6 gorillon electric jewgaloo

71e0b No.219653

>that last ISIS pocket west of the Euphrates is purged
Good riddance.

71e0b No.219654

The LNA salient goes downward from Tarhuna to Bani Walid, not the other way around.

Though we still aren't sure if Al Urban is even still under GNA control. Or Nasman for that matter. There's no news about Bani Walid itself either, just its airport. Many sources already say Bani Walid is occupied, but it's only been published in maps, not texts.

be7c0 No.219700

*teleports above you*
Heh, nuffin personnel, amrika.

4831a No.219711

File: 1556559224420.jpg (136.19 KB, 1199x685, D5VhqM3XoAIvSBC.jpg)

>tfw when niggas tell your caliphate dont exist no more

e009d No.219726

4a3c7 No.219746

File: 1556577979597.gif (1.63 MB, 240x240, 1554809172671.gif)

4a3c7 No.219864

File: 1556628327373.jpg (58.51 KB, 720x719, D5ZszkfWAAY48Tv.jpg)

>BM-30 on the outskirts of #Idlib
>A no fly zone is about to be implemented over Idlib/Hama Aleppo.

e009d No.219866

escalation in venezuela
goydo supporters caught with arms shipment disguised as banana imports

e009d No.219868

OPERATION CONDOR 2: electric muttaloo
>#BREAKING: Reports Juan Guaido has entered La Carlota Airbase in Caracas surrounded by the Venezuelan Armed Forces who have defected from Maduro

e810a No.219869

File: 1556632866735.png (41.75 KB, 400x263, 1234357667.png)

well now..

e009d No.219870

File: 1556633187404-0.jpg (56.66 KB, 431x997, 1556630659930.jpg)

File: 1556633187404-1.png (1.51 MB, 1056x792, 1556630382681.png)

can't make that shit up

e810a No.219871

e009d No.219874

was turning into a literal banana republic part of your plan?

e810a No.219880

Por supuesto!

4831a No.219905

>#4th_Division page posted an hour ago its summary of the #Syria|n govt attacks on #Idlib & #Hama today

Includes 50 sorties, 150 rockets, 82 barrel bombs & hundreds of artillery and mortar strikes.

Numbers ofc should not be taken at face value.

>#Syria: more warplanes took off tonight from #Hama Airbase as bombardment of N. #Hama countryside is uninterrupted. While it remains to see if it's the prelude to a major ground Offensive, both sides are now cleraly preparing for such scenario.


4831a No.219906

File: 1556656811174-0.jpg (39.6 KB, 1200x569, D5bRi9kW0AIumzW.jpg)

>#Syria: heavy bombardment continues on N. #Hama countryside tonight. Airstrikes also started on W. #Aleppo countryside. Heavy artillery also used.

4831a No.219907

File: 1556656893516-0.mp4 (410.37 KB, 640x352, djIInwwsRWHRIqzk.mp4)

>#Syria: area of #KafrNabuda hit by a barrage of artillery ~one hour ago (N. #Hama countryside). http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.432701&lon=36.491089&z=12&m

4831a No.219908

File: 1556657012462-0.jpg (80.93 KB, 1080x607, D5bHqdhXkAAt9jG.jpg)

>#Syria #Idlib
#SyAF helicopters dropping barrel bombs today.

4831a No.219911

>Syrian Army and paramilitary forces that have deployed to the Idlib-Hama axis so far:

-Tiger Forces (Taha, Tarmeeh, et al.)
-4th Armored Division
-5th Corps (partially)
-11th Tank Division
-Liwaa Al-Quds
-SSNP (Mhardeh, Sqaylabiyeh units)
-Republican Guard (104th, 105th)

4831a No.219912

>Rumors say that #Turkey and #FSA will soon start a military offensive against #SDF units in Maranaz and Malikiyah villages, Northern #Aleppo.
If this is true, we can believe that #Erdogan decided to cede (at least) a part of #Idlib foe that area.

e810a No.219916

File: 1556661417289.jpg (222.93 KB, 1020x900, 12354687797898.jpg)


9394a No.219918

Breaking: Syrian Air Force unleashes heavy assault across Hama-Idlib axis

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) has let loose a new attack on the Hama-Idlib axis, today, targeting several areas controlled by the jihadist and Turkish-backed rebels.

According to a military source in the town of Sqaylabiyeh, the Syrian Air Force heavily targeted the militant-held areas in the towns of Kafr Naboudeh, Arima, and Tal Sakhar.


26a9d No.219927

Thank you mapper,
Appreciation for everyone taking part in this thread. I lurk most of the time but I try to follow the conflicts going on around the world. Wishing you all in /sg/ the best! Thank you all and good luck.

c247d No.219929

File: 1556668343499.png (324.08 KB, 600x564, excuse me but what the fuc….png)

>The LNA salient goes downward from Tarhuna to Bani Walid, not the other way around.
Got a source on that? I try to avoid creating pockets unless the ground situation clearly indicates pockets.
>Though we still aren't sure if Al Urban is even still under GNA control. Or Nasman for that matter. There's no news about Bani Walid itself either, just its airport. Many sources already say Bani Walid is occupied, but it's only been published in maps, not texts.
Ben voyons…
Yep, it's now or never. If they fail this time, they fail for good barring outside military intervention.
You're welcome Dutchman!

c247d No.219933

File: 1556668797866.jpg (92.34 KB, 1280x720, photo_2019-04-27_23-25-58.jpg)

>Love the flattering photo. The title should be:

>Try a career with Isis, the drugs are great…

>Note the finger gesture is the same as the gesture by the cartoon tiger in Frosted Flakes commercial as the tiger exclaims “Their GREAT!”. And the drugs must be great as the guy does not even seem to notice the gun is pointing at his manhood..

I quote S Melanson in the comments.


4a3c7 No.219949

c247d No.219950


baa44 No.219951

Didn't notice until now that they also partitioned Canada on that map.

4a3c7 No.219952

File: 1556669929325.jpg (51.69 KB, 1013x782, D2s7FX4XQAA9xNP.jpg)

Eh, masdar's twitter link, iäm on pc.

c247d No.219956

Wew. Dat freudian slip.
Ben voyons.

c247d No.219976

>barrel bombs
I haven't seen them in a long time.

97ce6 No.219978

Any day now… Any day.

c247d No.219984

Good map timelapse of Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon.

4831a No.219995

File: 1556702487973-0.jpg (51.94 KB, 607x1080, D5djJHHX4AAaYkc.jpg)

File: 1556702487973-1.jpg (66.44 KB, 607x1080, D5ds7edXkAAbEho.jpg)

File: 1556702487973-2.jpg (74.32 KB, 806x1080, D5dttKWW0AAcinr.jpg)

File: 1556702487973-3.jpg (39.5 KB, 774x435, D5duHXRWAAEdbl6.jpg)

File: 1556702487973-4.mp4 (305.29 KB, 640x352, aAt8OZdhDwQ5WI0o.mp4)

>#Syria #Idlib
#Russia|n airstrike on civilian positions in al-Mushirfah.

>#Syria #Idlib

#SyAF (or #Russia|n warplanes) are targeting Qalaat al-Mudiq.

>#Syria #Idlib

#SyAF (or #Russia|n warplanes) are targeting al-Muntar.

>#Syria #Idlib

#Russia|n airstrike on urban houses in al-Ankawi.

>#Syria #Idlib

#SyAF (or #Russia|n warplanes) are carrying out airstrikes on some civilian buildings in Kafr-Ein

4831a No.219996

File: 1556702629981-0.mp4 (1.73 MB, 640x360, RVhH698FQz2DNeZe.mp4)

>#Syria #Idlib
Multiple areas in Kafr Zeita getting targeted right now.
I doubt these are 'surgical airstrikes'.

e009d No.219997

File: 1556702639753.png (268.81 KB, 1320x658, 1556671345571.png)

Coup failed
Goydo is reported hiding in US embassy while his 20 something strong """"army"""" is in a brazilian embassy
he's pulling an erdogan while his facilitator in the us are doing damage control
>If Cuban Troops and Militia do not immediately CEASE military and other operations for the purpose of causing death and destruction to the Constitution of Venezuela, a full and complete embargo, together with highest-level sanctions, will be placed on the island of Cuba. Hopefully, all Cuban soldiers will promptly and peacefully return to their island!
>#BREAKING Pompeo says Maduro was ready to leave Venezuela until dissuaded by Russia

4831a No.219998

File: 1556702809121-0.mp4 (2.49 MB, 800x450, 6Ii6ZJwRwebP8O4Q.mp4)

>#Syria #Idlib
Airstrikes on al-Zakah.

4831a No.220000

>US stops Taliban territory tracking in Afghanistan
The US military announced it had stopped collecting data on which territory in Afghanistan is controlled or influenced by Taliban militants in comparison to the Afghan government.

The move to scratch the metrics, one of the last remaining public metrics on the war, comes as US and Taliban officials are meeting in Qatar for a fresh round of peace talks to try and end the long-running conflict.

'Limited decision-making value'

The US' Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR), which overseas Afghan reconstruction efforts, announced the decision as it presented its quarterly report to Congress on Tuesday.

"The US-commanded NATO Resolute Support (RS) mission in Afghanistan formally notified SIGAR that it is no longer assessing district-level insurgent or government control or influence," the report read, adding that RS described the assessments as being "of limited decision-making value."

"RS added that there is currently no other product or forum through which district-level control data is communicated to the command," it continued.

Aghan soldiers stand near a security point while holding their weapons (picture-alliance/dpa/Xinhua/A. Kakar)
Afghan security forces are trying to prevent Taliban militants from carrying out attacks

Prior to the report's release, the head of SIGAR, John Sopko, had questioned the decision to keep the data on district control private and criticized the trend towards less openness by military authorities over their activities in Afghanistan.

"When you start hiding things like this, over-classifying … You tend to create cynicism in your populace and everybody else that you're losing, or it's bad news," Sopko said.

The last district-level data from January showed that the Afghan government controlled of influenced around 54% of the country covering 65.2% of the population, a slight drop downward from the previous population coverage of 65.2 percent.

Over the past few years, the US military has increasingly restricted public data available on Afghanistan, with President Donald Trump arguing too much information is given away. Experts worry that a lack of transparency makes it hard to evaluate the success of reconstruction measures in Afghanistan.

4831a No.220001

e009d No.220002

officially over for now
>Maduro congratulates military for ‘defeating’ coup attempt as Guaido calls for more protests

4831a No.220003

File: 1556703136689-0.jpg (75.16 KB, 806x1080, D5eAbBdW4AA7a9B.jpg)

>#Syria #Idlib
Airstrikes on Hbit village.

4831a No.220004

File: 1556703191274-0.jpg (62.05 KB, 581x1032, D5eHynKW0AMWPHN.jpg)

>#Syria #Idlib
#SyAF airstrike on Maidan Ghazal.

e009d No.220005

wow the American strategy has become "m-m-maybe if I i-i-ignore it it'll go a-a-a-away"

4831a No.220006

The CIA is not what it used to be I guess.

4831a No.220007

They tried the same thing last year.

>The response came after the top U.S. watchdog on U.S. efforts in Afghanistan issued its quarterly report to Congress on Tuesday, harshly criticizing military officials for censoring information on the number of districts under control of the government or insurgent groups like the Taliban.


4a3c7 No.220010

4a3c7 No.220011

File: 1556705821612-0.jpg (59.31 KB, 604x604, 1.jpg)

File: 1556705821612-1.jpg (70.79 KB, 483x604, 2.jpg)

File: 1556705821612-2.jpg (61.2 KB, 483x604, 3.jpg)

>Russian snipers near Idlib front

2748d No.220013

File: 1556710786116.jpg (10.64 KB, 326x184, 12245768678.jpg)


4a3c7 No.220014

File: 1556711220338-0.jpg (192.01 KB, 904x748, D5eoK6dUEAEzhnT.jpg)

>After heavy battle against #Saudi-led coalition troops, the #Yemeni army are approaching the western entrance of Qatabah town in Dhalea province. Also, they have besieged the Sardin camp where the 83th brigaide(Loyal to Saudi-backed Hadi regime) is located.

b185b No.220015

>Aghan soldiers stand near a security point while holding their weapons (picture-alliance/dpa/Xinhua/A. Kakar)

oh no no no!!!!

4831a No.220016

4831a No.220017

File: 1556715761075-0.mp4 (6.23 MB, 640x352, jPVKrhPYvDD7JyDt.mp4)

File: 1556715761075-1.mp4 (2.05 MB, 352x640, QX65paR109lMrPVK.mp4)

File: 1556715761075-2.mp4 (1.26 MB, 352x640, bA6he7UKp9rLT8cW.mp4)

File: 1556715761075-3.mp4 (1.93 MB, 640x640, 1yE5kj4Vz259v75d.mp4)

4831a No.220018

>Heavy shelling by the Turkish army has been ongoing since yesterday in the Shebha region, which is heavily populated by refugees who fled Afrin following the Turkish occupation.

>Today, the villages of Bêlunîyê and Êndeqenê near Tel Rifaat were targeted by shelling from the Turkish army base in Azaz.

Malikîyah and Maranaz villages in the Şera region have been targeted by shelling and heavy guns, with at least 30 shells being launched.

>The villages of Halîsa, Medreset and Muşad were also targeted, and drones are moving overhead across the region.


b185b No.220019

its an older joke, on 4/sg/ sometimes JJ or master baker would forget to clear out captions from photos or ad content when they posted an article, so JJ would respond to either his own or the Romanian's posts with "oh no no no!"

4831a No.220020

>Still a huge buildup of forces on both sides in northern Hama. NLF send reinforcements today and apparently so did Hurras al Din

4831a No.220021

I see.
US baker, yes?

b185b No.220022

yeah its me Pingu

4831a No.220023

File: 1556716897121-0.jpg (62.07 KB, 620x828, D5e654EX4AAohPf.jpg)

File: 1556716897121-1.jpg (46.19 KB, 720x960, D5e66yuXoAAhiam.jpg)

File: 1556716897121-2.jpg (59.43 KB, 960x720, D5e67RDW0AAEDRb.jpg)

File: 1556716897121-3.jpg (49.99 KB, 1200x571, D5e67wiXkAAvt2u.jpg)

>#Libya- #GNA Operation Volcano of Wrath photos of #LNA-linked #PFG fighters and vehicles captured in Espiaa, 30km south of #Tripoli

4831a No.220024

Good to see you mate.

Got two books for you. They were interesting reads.

>Taliban Narratives: The Use and Power of Stories in the Afghanistan Conflict


>The Islamic State in Khorasan: Afghanistan, Pakistan and the New Central Asian Jihad


A CTC article I linked it when it was released but I think you missed it
>Allied and Lethal: Islamic State Khorasan’s Network and Organizational Capacity in Afghanistan and Pakistan

And two SIGAR reports
>January 30, 2019 Quarterly Report to Congress

>April 30, 2019 Quarterly Report to Congress


4831a No.220028

As for your thoughts on Libya
>will side with most on the Libya issue is who do the Israelis like most
In regards to that see

though take it with a pinch of salt. The website is not exactly unbaised.

>Russians may eventually attempt to set up a dialogue in Libya between the LNA and GNC, mirroring the Sochi talks, although I don't see them having the sway to accomplish much in the same way they did by using this strategy in Syria.

It seems they might be getting their chance soon enough.

>Italian PM Conte meets with Putin and offers to work together on Libya settlement. Russia is still a swing state on Haftar’s advance towards Tripoli despite its UNSC ambiguity. The stalled operation gives a chance to Moscow to insert itself in the political process


4831a No.220034

File: 1556723206450-0.jpg (82.78 KB, 960x640, D5fU-bAW4AETgXx.jpg)

File: 1556723206450-1.jpg (58.84 KB, 960x640, D5fU_naXoAABwgr.jpg)

File: 1556723206450-2.jpg (88.11 KB, 960x640, D5fVAjZWwAEiCfi.jpg)

File: 1556723206450-3.jpg (13.15 KB, 960x640, D5fVBVSX4AA_xRH.jpg)

>#Syria: after #Russia stopped its raids earlier today, #SyAF warplanes also left N. #Hama's sky. Last airstrike ~30 minutes ago. Artillery shelling continues. Photos show previous bombardment & L-39.

4831a No.220036

File: 1556724534232-0.mp4 (4.36 MB, 400x224, M9UkxUP6k0_TYRor.mp4)

File: 1556724534232-1.mp4 (1.02 MB, 400x220, itB53aR5TlXutYa7.mp4)

>Libyan National Army advances in #Tripoli confiscating #MuslimBrotherhood #Misrata & #GNA militia technicals and weapons


4831a No.220037

>U.S. and Taliban resume talks as Kabul seeks role in peace process

American and Taliban officials resumed talks in Qatar on Wednesday aimed at ending a 17-year war in Afghanistan, while the Afghan government hosted a rare assembly in Kabul to ensure its interests are upheld in any peace deal.

The Taliban issued a statement saying the U.S. special envoy for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, had met the Taliban’s political chief Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who is heading the Islamist militants’ delegation.

“Views were exchanged about key aspects for a peaceful resolution of the Afghan issue,” its spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said.

The talks are part of U.S. President Donald Trump’s efforts to end America’s longest war, which began when U.S.-backed forces ousted the Taliban weeks after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks on the United States.

Since October, U.S. and Taliban officials have held several rounds of talks aimed at ensuring a safe departure for U.S. forces in return for a Taliban guarantee that Afghanistan will not be used by militants to threaten the rest of the world.

“It is absolutely vital that the two key agenda points - full withdrawal of foreign forces from Afghanistan and preventing Afghanistan from harming others - be finalized,” Mujahid said.

“This will open the way for resolving other aspects of the issue and we cannot enter into other topics before this,” he said.

In this round, Khalilzad and his delegation are expected to focus on a declaration of a ceasefire as a first step to end the fighting, said a western diplomat in Kabul.

An official working closely with Khalilzad said he is expected to encourage the insurgent group to engage in Afghan-to-Afghan talks to find a political settlement to end the war, but Mujahid said the Afghan representatives were not allowed to attend the ongoing talks.

“No other side except the U.S. and Taliban representatives in the meeting, but some Qatari officials will remain present as hosts,” he told Reuters.

This week, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani convened a rare grand assembly known as the Loya Jirga to set out Kabul’s conditions for peace talks with the Taliban.

The Jirga has a purely consultative function, but it carries significance in Afghan politics and society.

An intra-Afghan meeting involving the Taliban was scheduled to take place in Doha last month but a dispute about who should participate and in what capacity prompted the Islamist group to pull out at the last minute.

The Taliban has so far refused to talk to Kabul and have labeled the Afghan government as a “U.S. puppet.”

Ghani believes that backing from members of the Loya Jirga will strengthen his bid to be recognized as Afghanistan’s legitimate representative in the peace talks.

The assembly includes 3,200 tribal elders, politicians and community and religious leaders from all 34 provinces.

But opposition politicians and government critics, including former president Hamid Karzai, are boycotting the meeting. They accuse Ghani of using it as a platform to boost his status as a leader in an election year.

Omar Daudzai, Ghani’s special envoy for peace, said at the assembly he welcomed the U.S.-Taliban talks in Qatar but Afghan voices should be heard at the negotiating table.

“The Loya Jirga is the rational and logical start of the peace talks,” he told reporters, adding that the assembly would also examine the role of foreign powers in Afghanistan.

The United States has about 14,000 troops in Afghanistan as part of a NATO-led mission, known as Resolute Support, that is training and assisting the Afghan government’s security forces in their battle against Taliban fighters and extremist groups such as Islamic State and Al-Qaeda.

Intense fighting is still going on all over the country, and while the Taliban are negotiating, they now control and have influence over more territory than at any point since 2001.


4831a No.220047

File: 1556735099957.mp4 (1.18 MB, 640x360, RYjuApp5CWDeZRQ7.mp4)

>#Syria: retaliating to heavy bombardment on Greater #Idlib, #NLF struck a tank moving on Tell Marak front (SE. Idlib) with a #Konkurs. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.441932&lon=36.842995&z=12&m

4831a No.220048

File: 1556735200936.jpg (65.67 KB, 1131x1200, D5f7PdCW4AEKkcR.jpg)

>#Syria: after a pause #SyAF airstrikes resumed on N. #Hama countryside. Area of #KafrNabuda-Habit currently intensively bombed by helicopters & L-39s. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.435778&lon=36.518211&z=12&m

4831a No.220049

File: 1556735261800.jpg (106.01 KB, 1114x600, D5f-IyWXsAA63WC.jpg)

>#Syria: Ahrar Sharqiyah is 1st group part of Turkish-backed "National Army" based in N. #Aleppo to retaliate for bombardment on Greater #Idlib. #Aleppo Infantry School was targeted with Grads. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.317891&lon=37.246399&z=11&m

4831a No.220050

File: 1556735712402.jpg (93.53 KB, 1200x557, D5gG84tW0AAbG6w.jpg)

>#Syria: #NLF officially claims 4 #Russia|ns were killed today after Buraydij Camp was targeted with artillery (N. #Hama). http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.387930&lon=36.463966&z=12&m

4a3c7 No.220051

File: 1556735794905.jpg (46.26 KB, 604x377, 1499345220033.jpg)

>unironically bragging about firing a single GRAD-P

4831a No.220052

File: 1556735909550.png (29.44 KB, 300x250, 1528815011874.png)

Most likely the only thing they have left to brag about now.

9394a No.220054

File: 1556736113697.jpg (35.27 KB, 620x330, laughing my assad off.jpg)

4831a No.220055

File: 1556736144561.mp4 (540.22 KB, 640x360, oe437d7bIl3gHdCZ.mp4)

>Video showing #SyAF helicopters dropping barrel bombs on Abdin village

9394a No.220057

File: 1556737270573.jpg (185.06 KB, 768x1023, D5gBXw_WAAUxSV4.jpg)

#Lebanese news website reports that #Israel|i tanks crossed the border fence in the #Golan Heights and entered deep into the demilitarized zone
#SAA deployed forces around the area of infiltration at the al-Shahar near the border fence outside the town of Jabta al-Hashb #Syria



9394a No.220058

File: 1556738193565-0.jpg (115.43 KB, 1280x720, D5gQc1RW4AALNNu.jpg)

File: 1556738193565-1.jpg (126.98 KB, 1280x720, D5gQdXOX4C8FFZz.jpg)

File: 1556738193565-2.jpg (153.6 KB, 1280x720, D5gQd3oXoAA7Iey.jpg)

#ISIS has released new photos showing detonation of #PKK/#SDF mechanisms in #Diban of #DeirezZour, #Syria.


4831a No.220062

File: 1556741659990.mp4 (1.49 MB, 640x360, yceYopH6YUJLDyyi.mp4)

>#HTS convoy heading to Southern Idlib this evening.

4831a No.220063

>#Russia is carrying airstrikes again in Northern #Hama.

4a3c7 No.220065

File: 1556742112628.jpg (24.93 KB, 699x485, 1499717996449.jpg)

All these convoys and reinforcements tell me HTS knows something is up, and it's not the SAA reinforcements or airstrikes that tipped them off.

c247d No.220094


4a3c7 No.220095

File: 1556771564534.jpg (28.76 KB, 640x480, 1499571261603.jpg)

The answer lies north of Aleppo.

c247d No.220096

You mean Turkey tipped them off to a possible SAA operation? I mean, the barrel bombs would've been enough clues I think.

c247d No.220097

File: 1556771967462-0.png (737.82 KB, 3210x2824, Technicolor Yemen Warmap.png)

File: 1556771967462-1.gif (522.27 KB, 3210x2824, YEM(S) Apr 26 - May 1.gif)

Yemen Shitmupdates. This is the first real Houthi counteroffensive against KSA/Hadi in a long time.

c247d No.220098

File: 1556772680762.jpeg (2.39 MB, 4032x3024, 6EB69891-DCE6-4944-993F-4….jpeg)


c247d No.220099

File: 1556772914838-0.gif (5.16 MB, 682x900, windmill.gif)

>I'm in

c247d No.220101

File: 1556774748154-0.png (451.93 KB, 2010x2689, Technicolor Libya Warmap.png)

File: 1556774748154-1.gif (333.14 KB, 2010x2689, LIB Apr 26 - May 1.gif)

Libya Shitmupdates before I get off for the night.

53405 No.220134

File: 1556797138676.jpg (32.64 KB, 498x324, ayyyyyyyyyyy.jpg)

figured out that iPhone?

4a3c7 No.220141

>You mean Turkey tipped them off to a possible SAA operation
>the barrel bombs would've been enough clues I think
Eh, there was never this kind of response when SAA/RuAF bombed Idlib earlier…

4a3c7 No.220143

b17cb No.220146

File: 1556810051643.png (4.25 MB, 8000x5032, Western_Libya_Operation_(2….png)

b17cb No.220148

As you can tell from the map it makes more sense given the terrain and so on. Most mapmakers are also in agreement about the northern salient, and generally mimic the map above in reflecting the early April stage of the offensive, but the Bani Walid airport claim is a tweet which doesn't include the invasion direction used by the LNA.

7a96b No.220149

File: 1556810419581.jpeg (8.26 KB, 237x212, download.jpeg)

since this is clearly not just about syria anymore, can anyone post a modernised map regarding the cameroonian civil war? I am just hoping for the Anglophonians to actually succeed in getting their independance. it could encourage a democratic system of government in a region where democracies are not common.

b17cb No.220150

Ebin doesn't have any source material yet. I'd prefer getting CAR filled out.

e009d No.220153

File: 1556812220022.jpeg (15.54 KB, 474x267, DzieQEsWwAAQ3W6.jpg:large.jpeg)

america is objectively a kleptocracy

b185b No.220154

>Got two books for you
thanks Pingu, the first one has been removed but I downloaded the other one, I'll try to sneak some reading of it in between the other 2 books I am focused on right now.
Browsing through the CTC and SIGAR reports right now.

e009d No.220159

>Federal judge rules anti-BDS law in Texas unconstitutional
goyim, no..

e009d No.220161

unrelated but redpill me about thunder X and siberia snus
heard it's the strongest in the market

4a3c7 No.220162

File: 1556818276896.png (650.63 KB, 640x480, 1500833027204.png)

They're strong as hell and can easily cause nausea even to regular snus-users.
I used to do both but i often found myself removing the snus earlier than usual and i eventually grew to dislike the strong ass smell.
Wouldn't recommend buying more than one can if you want to try it.

e009d No.220163

>They're strong as hell and can easily cause nausea even to regular snus-users.
here i'm doing both and i barely have any effect (buzz/increase heart rate or struggle to breathe) except the need to go to shit
i think i've reached max tolerance to nicotine
time to quit i guess

e009d No.220174

4daab No.220177

If they want to do it the eco-friendly way why don't they use a Bidet? It is an invention from the 17th century that would serve that purpose without having to share used bum-cloth.

e009d No.220180

File: 1556828339082.jpg (32.54 KB, 640x474, canispeaktothemanager.jpg)

>using water isn't ecological
>the real ecological way is to dry the soiled reusable wipes and then scrape the hardened shit in order for them to be reusable
>t. divorced middle aged american woman named karen and with pic rel as a haircut

4daab No.220182

Imagine being the husband of one of the "inventors" of the reusable cloth… And then imagine all the prototypes he would have to endure before he got enough and left.

e009d No.220183

i don't think any of these inventors have husbands left during R&D

4daab No.220184

>get divorced
>loose almost everything in the settlement
>see FB update from former wife about starting to use reusable toilet paper
>best divorce ever

9394a No.220190

File: 1556833799051.jpg (441.53 KB, 1792x1024, D5l9vFjXsAAmHoM.jpg)

Russian warplanes raid with missiles targeting Kafr Uwayd and Mawzarah in the western part of Jabal al-Zawiya https://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2019/2-may-russian-warplanes-raid-with--missiles-targeting-kafr … via @anasanas84


9394a No.220191

File: 1556836161634-0.jpg (108.9 KB, 1280x673, D5mEK_6WwAg6Lon.jpg)

File: 1556836161634-1.jpg (69.4 KB, 1280x673, D5mEK_5XkAEMR1m.jpg)

File: 1556836161634-2.jpg (128.17 KB, 1280x673, D5mEK_3WsAEIs2-.jpg)

File: 1556836161634-3.jpg (95.65 KB, 1280x673, D5mEK_3WkAIqZl1.jpg)

#HTS preparing its fighters in urban warfare and guerrilla tactics by doing specialized training 1/2

9394a No.220192

File: 1556836216802-0.jpg (84.14 KB, 1280x673, D5mEUwLWsAM9zS0.jpg)

File: 1556836216802-1.jpg (91.39 KB, 1280x673, D5mEUwUW0AEwVUt.jpg)

File: 1556836216802-2.jpg (120.63 KB, 1280x673, D5mEUwkWsAAMS9m.jpg)

File: 1556836216802-3.jpg (87.38 KB, 1080x720, D5lmSZTXsAIfabd.jpg)

9394a No.220193

File: 1556836282454.mp4 (343.04 KB, 480x256, BREAKING Russia Air Forces….mp4)

#BREAKING: #Russia Air Force's Su-34s are now heavily bombing #AlQaeda affiliated #HTS (Hayat Tahrir al-Sham) terrorists in West of Jabal al-Zawiya, #Idlib, #Syria since an hour ago. It is a response to launch of 35 rockets at #RuAF's #Hmeimim Air Base by #HTS this morning.


e009d No.220244

9394a No.220278

4a3c7 No.220281

File: 1556918549608.jpg (91.55 KB, 600x400, 1502476798226.jpg)

9394a No.220283

File: 1556918650278.jpg (33.81 KB, 519x553, D5q3F-8W4AAhy8t.jpg)

Maher al-Assad appointed as commander of upcoming Idlib operation, pro-Syria Facebook news pages claim


4a3c7 No.220284

File: 1556918730526-0.jpg (131.26 KB, 669x1200, 1.jpg)

File: 1556918730526-1.jpg (98.34 KB, 637x1199, 2.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220287

>Syrian Army attempted to advance at the southern axis of Qal’at Al-Madiq in northwestern Hama. No gains reported. Seems that there is just shelling between the two parties now
>Syrian Army attempted to advance at the southern axis of Qal’at Al-Madiq in northwestern Hama. No gains reported. Seems that there is just shelling between the two parties now
>Asked a source near the area what is going on. He says mostly shelling and gunfire. No advance.
>Tigers didn't start ground operation yet. #fake_news

4a3c7 No.220289

File: 1556919072713-0.jpg (72.24 KB, 960x719, D5p1-uyW0Aca0bI.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220290

>from abu kamal to outskirts of al-tanf oil field
There are oil fields near al-tanf?

9394a No.220291

New map of upcoming Idlib offensive

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – The long-awaited battle for the demilitarized zone in northwestern Syria is set to begin in the coming days as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and their allies attempt to capture this area from the militant forces.

The Syrian Army offensive will specifically concentrate on the demilitarized zone area near the towns of Mhardeh and Suqaylabiyeh; they have been under attack by the jihadist rebels since the implementation of the DMZ on September 17th, 2018.


9394a No.220292

File: 1556919381829.jpg (195.39 KB, 979x603, DleP-QeXsAAXAAw.jpg)

The magnitude of the upcoming 1st stage of #IdlibDawn operation remains unknown. But with the recent build up & huge shelling during the last days. It's expected that operation will cover N. & N.W. #Hama & part of #Idlib Zawiyah mountains, similar of what was planned on September


9394a No.220297

File: 1556921263248.jpg (1.11 MB, 2048x1820, D5rKd3AXkAAo4QV.jpg)

Useful map showing all the villages hit by #Russia|n and #SyAF airstrikes these days.
Many of them in al-Ghab Plain, very close to a #Turkish obseration post.
Anyway, so far, #Turkey has not said a single word on the situation.


e009d No.220301

what's the logic behind that? is it haram in judaism to do vaccines because "muh diseases are meant by god" or do they come up with conspiracy theories like "the (((arab))) lobby is pushing for vaccines to mind control jews" (or whatever jewish version of conspiracy theories)

9394a No.220302

>"the (((arab))) lobby is pushing for vaccines to mind control jews" (or whatever jewish version of conspiracy theories)
no it's much simpler than that. they're completely ignorant and primitive, and they receive their orders from the chief rabbis who tell them what to do.

>But the great rabbis, led by Hagrail Steinman and Rabbi Kanievsky, instructed them not to be vaccinated. "The damage is greater than the benefit," said the rabbis, due to several cases in which serious health problems were caused by the vaccine.

e009d No.220305

odd, you'd think that rabbis would promote things that increase the orthodox population
hell even ISIS doesn't promote anti vaccine propaganda

e009d No.220307

>"An unexpected success of the polio immunization campaigns in Syria and Iraq has been the access granted to vaccinators in territory controlled by the militant group calling itself the Islamic State," according to the Integrated Regional Information Networks (IRIN), a humanitarian news service formerly part of the UN.

9394a No.220312

>hell even ISIS doesn't promote anti vaccine propaganda
it's pretty bad
guess they have more in common with the taliban


c247d No.220323

Just needed to get my trip on there.
Alright, I'll make the fixes.
It was never just about Syria, but…
There's a civil war in Cameroon?
This, but it'll never happen.
Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaany day now.
I'm not holding my breath until it actually happens.
I-I'm not holding m-my breath until i-it actually h-happens.

c247d No.220333

File: 1556930304082-0.png (452.4 KB, 2010x2689, Technicolor Libya Warmap.png)

File: 1556930304082-1.gif (332.85 KB, 2010x2689, LIB May 1 - May 3.gif)

Libya "Shitmupdates"

c247d No.220334

File: 1556930529885-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1556930529885-1.gif (817.04 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) Apr 27 - May 3.gif)

File: 1556930529885-2.png (558.49 KB, 5792x3664, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1556930529885-3.gif (734.15 KB, 5792x3664, AFG(D) Apr 27 - May 3.gif)

Afghan Shitmupates

e009d No.220335

c247d No.220336

File: 1556931176978-0.png (3.84 KB, 425x400, Oversimplified.png)

File: 1556931176978-1.png (141.98 KB, 2124x1854, Technicolor Syria Road Map….png)

updated this and posting roadmap

e009d No.220338

e009d No.220339

your thoughts?
>Newly declassified documents reveal the extent of JFK's battle against the Israeli nuclear project

c247d No.220340

>Want to read more articles?
>Sign up!

9394a No.220341

can't read beyond the first sentence but yeah is was known. funnily it was the french and brits who helped the most.


e009d No.220342

not surprising considering the suez crisis

9394a No.220360

true. even the argies chimed in
>The Argentine government agreed to sell Israel yellowcake (uranium oxide).[55][63] Between 1963 and 1966, about 90 tons of yellowcake were allegedly shipped to Israel from Argentina in secret.[54] By 1965 the Israeli reprocessing plant was completed and ready to convert the reactor's fuel rods into weapons grade plutonium

c247d No.220382

File: 1556946759226-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1556946759226-1.gif (819.21 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) Apr 27 - May 3.gif)

File: 1556946759226-2.png (557.9 KB, 5792x3664, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1556946759226-3.gif (734.31 KB, 5792x3664, AFG(D) Apr 27 - May 3.gif)

>Taliban take over Koran Wa Munjan district in Badakhshan
>Taliban enter Rostaq district in Takhar

b185b No.220415

>can't read beyond the first sentence
are you too cheap to subscribe?

e009d No.220425

read his description

05fcd No.220429

what pathetic forums are you on to find such a <50 views video, you pathetic loser?
>inb4 "he said on a pony fucker site"

9394a No.220432

File: 1556994575860-0.jpg (236.72 KB, 1536x2048, D5u0oAqW0AECUqQ.jpg)

File: 1556994575860-1.jpg (104.6 KB, 1200x675, D5vMpf5X4AECZ5N (1).jpg)

I spoke with the spokesman of the Turkish-backed National Army who confirmed that the military operation to liberate Tal Rifaat started!

Also Turkish media started broadcoasting about the operation:

The military operation started from two axes. One targeting Maaranaz & the other Malikiyah.

According to two FSA commanders (one tweeted, one told me via Whatsapp), Maaranaz was entered by the National Army already


Some informations about Tal Rifaat:

- Operation was a suprise for the YPG & FSA
- Its mainly Jabhat Shamiyah who is attacking
- Suprise moment ended, YPG counter attack started
- Only Turkish artillery support
- Most likely FSA will retreat today & attack tomorrow again


05fcd No.220433

File: 1556994834631.jpg (64.44 KB, 900x500, 58efaaddc46188067e8b45e9.jpg)

No one wants to update, or have any thing to share about the apparent artilelry shelling of the turkish observation post in Idlib and an hour later helis landing there (most likely to evac wounded out)?

9394a No.220436

File: 1556995122487-0.jpg (111.78 KB, 1078x687, D5vRJWvXsAAOM1l.jpg)

File: 1556995122487-1.jpg (108.89 KB, 1078x664, D5vRJxWW0AA64lA.jpg)

File: 1556995122487-2.jpg (554.13 KB, 1792x1024, D5veJ7dWAAU45Sj.jpg)

Turkey-backed FSA rebels captured Maaranaz (near Tal Rifaat, Aleppo province) from PKK/YPG. — Turkish State-run Anadolu Agency/ @eha_news


Turkish artillery pounding Mennagh airbase in Northern Aleppo


9394a No.220439

File: 1556997510462.jpg (402.87 KB, 1792x1024, D5vt1s1W0AAx7H7.jpg)

Military Spokesman for the FSA National Army: forces have withdrawn from the villages of Mar'naz, Maalikiyah and Shuragha but the battle continues.

#FSA units, after having suffered some causalities due to snipers, mines and artillery shells, retreated.


c247d No.220442

File: 1557001124474-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557001124474-1.gif (946.27 KB, 2510x2186, SYR Mar 26 - May 4.gif)

First Syria Shitmupdates since March 26th!
>A fucking village

e009d No.220446

File: 1557002269864.jpg (27.67 KB, 601x508, 2f7.jpg)

>>A fucking village
I-i-idlib s-s-soon a-a-amarite

05fcd No.220448

File: 1557002489458.gif (509.86 KB, 700x827, 1555512650741.gif)

9394a No.220456

File: 1557005829689.jpg (133.2 KB, 960x720, D5wNFVTWwAUPbIA.jpg)

c247d No.220457

File: 1557006660266-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557006660266-1.gif (817.37 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 3 - May 4.gif)

File: 1557006660266-2.png (556.86 KB, 5792x3664, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1557006660266-3.gif (735.15 KB, 5792x3664, AFG(D) May 3 - May 4.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates.
I figured the Taliban were going to focus Herat this year - they're contesting districts in Herat and preparing staging ground for their offensives against the provincial capitals.
What happened in Kunduz last month was a test of their capabilities of not to capture the provincial capital but to surround it. They had Kunduz flanked from the north, the east, the west, and the southwest before the ANA pushed them back, so I consider it a pretty successful test.
The long preparation continues, but the payoff will be well worth it.

69f56 No.220474

File: 1557017176958.jpg (4.09 KB, 200x199, srsly.jpg)

Al-Suheil al-Homo al-Forces are being deployed to Idleb? :O

69f56 No.220475

File: 1557017409411.jpg (77.21 KB, 1080x721, 1551639782770.jpg)

Kurwa are there any signif. devs last 2 months?

9394a No.220482

File: 1557023751773.jpg (305.5 KB, 1536x2048, D5dlfTeXkAEbd3k (1).jpg)

4a3c7 No.220485

File: 1557026727726.png (344.87 KB, 785x847, 1548202111568.png)


4a3c7 No.220486

File: 1557026891753.gif (1.37 MB, 207x207, 1499545644347.gif)

>I spoke with the spokesman of the Turkish-backed National Army who confirmed that the military operation to liberate Tal Rifaat started!
>Tal Rifaat

4a3c7 No.220487

File: 1557027182108.gif (2.57 MB, 385x277, 1_9ee6b559604a8afb102df246….gif)

eh no
big booms in idlibland, tos-1 arriving in hama/idlib and roach mercs wanking at the sight of menagh

4a3c7 No.220488

File: 1557027237845.jpg (62.98 KB, 1024x1024, 1499274808535.jpg)

i stink of menthol ciggies btw
kill me

53405 No.220531

File: 1557048181513.jpeg (137.5 KB, 900x1040, 59511F5E-08DE-496D-8FBB-4….jpeg)

The pony fucking site might just be the most dangerous site in the world.

69f56 No.220543

File: 1557067240604.jpg (16.94 KB, 400x400, 1544632270980.jpg)

Buratino is always fun. I guess unless jihadis pull something reaaaally stupid, Idlob will be settled politically. Sad.

05fcd No.220544

File: 1557068675274.gif (1.95 MB, 360x202, 1527572087689.gif)

>I spoke with the spokesman of the Turkish-backed National Army who confirmed that the military operation to liberate Tal Rifaat started!
Aaaaand it's over:
>The Turkish-backed operation to capture Tall Rifaat was canceled according to this reliable Turkish source

ed628 No.220598

Is it now?
>Pro-Assad media: "The elite forces" of the Syrian Arab Army begin a ground operation to capture the villages of western Hama villages controlled by militant groups.

ed628 No.220602

File: 1557136178208.jpg (43.7 KB, 625x492, 12465443433.jpg)


4a3c7 No.220604

File: 1557141178456.jpg (234.66 KB, 800x1009, 1498766128754.jpg)

2ca16 No.220605

It’s party time, bring out the hats and glow sticks.

4858a No.220613



4a3c7 No.220614

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is preparing to storm the strategic town of Kabani in northeastern Latakia, a source from the military told Al-Masdar News this afternoon.

Led by the 42nd Brigade (Ghiath Forces) of the 4th Armored Division, the Syrian Arab Army has begun shelling Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s positions around Kabani as they prepare to storm the town from the southern axis.

In addition to the Syrian Army’s shelling, the Russian Air Force is also participating in the attack on the jihadist stronghold.

According to a source near the front-lines, the 42nd Brigade is looking to capture Kabani and the remaining points under jihadist rebel control along the Idlib-Latakia axis.

If they are successful, the Syrian Arab Army will be able to cutoff the remaining jihadists in Latakia from their main supply route in the Idlib Governorate.

As of now, there has been no movement on the ground; however, this attack will likely commence in the coming hours as it is crucial to the Syrian Army’s battle plan.

4a3c7 No.220615

File: 1557153666976-0.jpg (741.13 KB, 1942x1139, jab.jpg)

File: 1557153666976-1.jpg (382.04 KB, 1679x1155, jabb.jpg)

Taking Kebani means taking Jabal Katf which means fire control over Sirmaniyah which means they'll probably take that too.
Hell, Kebani is the last stronghold protecting what's left of the Kurd Mountains, the SAA can easily approach the M-4 highway from the southeast if they capture it.

e009d No.220622

Venezuelan coup official cockblocked

69f56 No.220627

File: 1557161184776.jpg (28.87 KB, 350x287, 20090713_latakia.jpg)

Tricky terrain. Advance through the cliff can be tough. It's all forest areas right?

9394a No.220631

There is now an HTS counterattack on locations just lost earlier today in northern Hama.

HTS is attacking Tel Othman in northern Hama.

HTS has retaken Tel Othman


32140 No.220634

>HTS has retaken Tel Othman
Not surprising, if they "let" HTS take all the positions back again, solely to grind their numbers and materials more easily than HTS can grind the SAA's.

4a3c7 No.220635

>It's all forest areas right
Pretty much yeah, and especially on the hilltops.

69f56 No.220637

Units of the Syrian Arab Army expanded their retaliation to the frequent breaches and attacks by terrorists on safe areas in the countryside of Hama and Idleb through carrying out intensive operations against their positions and supply routes in Idleb southern countryside and Hama northern countryside.

SANA reporter in Hama northern countryside said that army units retaliated to attacks by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists and the groups affiliated to it on the safe areas through conducting concentrated bombardments on their gatherings and supply routes in the villages of Kafr Naboudeh, Abdin and Kafr Sajna in the countryside of Idleb and Hama.

The reported noted that heavy losses were inflicted upon the terrorist groups in the strikes, and their rocket launch pads, dens and fortifications were destroyed.

On Sunday, army units destroyed dens and rocket launch pads belonging to Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in al-Latamina, al-Zakat, al-Sahryia, al-Amiqa, al-Hiwash and al-Qarqour in Hama northwestern countryside, and in the towns of al-Fatira and Ehsem in Idleb southern countryside.

9394a No.220639

File: 1557170915999.png (11.04 KB, 645x773, welp.png)

32140 No.220640

File: 1557172240188.jpg (123.21 KB, 686x915, 1537885734686.jpg)

Not surprising, if they "let" SAA take all the positions back again, solely to grind their numbers and materials more easily than SAA can grind the HTS's.

e009d No.220645

File: 1557176591871.png (93.32 KB, 698x631, 1557166697450.png)

4a3c7 No.220658

SAA barrel rockets launched on the summits of the Kurd mountains
I'm guessing they're targeting the jihadi fortifications guarding Kebani.

4a3c7 No.220659

>Gazan people

4a3c7 No.220660

File: 1557180398849.jpg (195.33 KB, 1130x747, hama-222.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220666

File: 1557185541677-0.jpg (538.96 KB, 1858x1029, very strategic.jpg)

File: 1557185541677-1.jpg (95.46 KB, 1302x936, res.jpg)

>Heavy airstrikes targeting the jihadists in Al Zawyeh mountain south west of #Idlib
>Tomorrow’s morning we’ll hear good news.
Bombing the reinforcements no doubt.
Big question if SAA decides to advance again is if they'll move across the dams northwards (in black circles, depending on the water levels (seems good) there are also a road across the reservoir (second pic) that leads to the Ancient city of Apamea/Qalaat) but i think they'll avoid fighting in the ruins.) to outflank/surround Kafr Nabbudah or try go directly for it now that they control the western road into the city.
I don't think they'll go for Qalaat al-Madiq before previously mentioned but you never know.

4a3c7 No.220673

File: 1557187095957-0.jpg (540.16 KB, 2855x1831, btw.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220676

c247d No.220691

Shitmaps inbound!

c247d No.220696

File: 1557192331101-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557192331101-1.gif (946.71 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 4 - May 6.gif)


9394a No.220721

File: 1557208842930.jpg (68.13 KB, 600x590, drink.jpg)

Breaking: Syrian Army begins long-awaited offensive in Idlib

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 A.M.) – Minutes ago, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) began their long-awaited offensive in the southern countryside of the Idlib Governorate.

Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army stormed several points under the control of Jaysh Al-Izza and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham near the Abu Dhuhour Crossing in southern Idlib.


e009d No.220727

>Breaking: Syrian Army begins long-awaited offensive in Idlib

4a3c7 No.220728

e009d No.220734

File: 1557241943639.jpg (34.47 KB, 504x504, 55813359_282113992708856_4….jpg)

e009d No.220735

69f56 No.220738

File: 1557244889343.jpg (97.8 KB, 917x516, maxresdefault-1-917x516.jpg)

69f56 No.220739

File: 1557245083837.jpg (2.81 MB, 2301x1506, 1544292952423.jpg)

>Pantsir, Tor-M1 systems shot down 27 rockets militants fired at Hmeymim May 6

MOSCOW, May 7. /TASS/. Russia’s air defense systems Pantsir and Tor-M1 shot down 27 rockets the militants had fired at the Hmeymim base on May 6. Not a single shell hit the base, the Russian center for the reconciliation of conflicting parties in Syria told the media.

The center said Russia’s air defense systems on May 6 successfully countered "two strikes by multiple rocket launchers against the airbase Hmeymim from areas controlled by terrorist groups in the Idlib zone."

"Russia’s air defense systems Pantsir-S1 and Tor-M1 shot down 27 rockets. Not a single shell hit the base," the statement says.

The center said that on the same day the militants shelled the city of Jebla. Nine rockets exploded on the city’s streets and around it. The positions of terrorists’ multiple rocket launchers near Zawiya (inside the de-escalation zone Idlib) were promptly spotted and wiped out by Russia’s aerospace group and the Syrian army’s artillery.


>Russian Hmeymim airbase in Syria twice comes under shelling by militants

MOSCOW, May 6. /TASS/. Russia’s airbase at Syrian Hmeymim came under shelling by militants twice during the day, no casualties or damages were reported, chief of the Russian Center for Reconciliation of the Oppositing Parties in Syria Viktor Kupchishin said on Monday.

"The Hmeymim airbase came under shelling from multiple missile launcher systems twice during the day, in the morning and in the evening. In both cases, shelling was conducted from the settlement of Zawiya in the Idlib de-escalation zone that is controlled by the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group (formerly known as Jabhat al-Nusra, a terrorist organization outlawed in Russia)," he said.

According to Kupchishin, a total of 36 missiles were fired, with fire being guided with the help of a drone. "The attacks were repelled by missile defense systems. No casualties or damages were reported from the base. All militants’ firing points were detected and hit by Russian warplanes and artillery units of the Syrian army," he said.

He also said that the situation in the area has deteriorated dramatically, with an increased number of ceasefire violations by militants acting in the Idlib de-escalation zone. "During the day, militants opened fire from multiple missile launcher and artillery systems at the settlements of al-Saqlabiya (thrice), Mgair (twice), Braidij (twice), Taibe al-Imam and Hamamiyat in the Hama governorate, Safsara (five times), Qalat Marza, Ikko, Ain al-Hanzir and Kastal al-Burj in the Latakia governorate, Abu al-Duhur and Niha in the Idlib governorate," he said, adding that fire was conducted from the settlements of Kbana (twice), Qalat al-Mudik (twice), Herbet al-Arus and Tuffakhiya.

The Syrian authorities continue work to amnesty people dodging military service, including refugees and former members of illegal armed groups. Thus, as of May 5, 2019, as many as 57,872 people were amnestied, he added.

The Russian reconciliation center continues to fulfill assigned tasks after the completion of the military campaign in Syria. The center’s officers regularly travel around the country's liberated areas to assess the humanitarian situation. The main efforts of the Russian military are now focused on assistance to the refugees returning to their homes and evacuation of civilians from de-escalation zones.


69f56 No.220741

File: 1557245197552.jpg (453.05 KB, 1000x1595, art.jpg)

>Army continues to retaliate to attacks launched by terrorists in Hama countryside, inflicts heavy losses on them

SANA reporter said that units of the Syrian Arab Army on Tuesday continued to retaliate to attacks launched by terrorists through firing rocket shells on their dens and positions in Shahrnaz and Kafr Naboudeh in Hama northern countryside, inflicting heavy losses on them in the personnel and equipment.

Earlier on Monday, army units expanded operations in retaliation to breaches and continued attacks by terrorists of safe areas in the countryside of Hama and Idleb through carrying out intensive operations against positions of the terrorist groups and their supply routes in Idleb southern countryside and Hama northern countryside.

69f56 No.220742

69f56 No.220743

69f56 No.220744

69f56 No.220746

Same barrage seen from jihadi perspective?

4a3c7 No.220754

Sure seems like it.

9394a No.220757

File: 1557254835308.jpg (194.13 KB, 992x712, D5--ntFWAAA_nv_.jpg)

#SAA Tiger forces, 4th/5th Div, Liwa al-Quds control area N #Hama control area #Syria


f08ad No.220758

All this bombardment and it goes so slow….

4a3c7 No.220759

File: 1557256928582-0.jpg (95.21 KB, 750x562, 1.jpg)

File: 1557256928582-1.jpg (137.56 KB, 960x540, 2.jpg)

File: 1557256928582-2.jpg (169.7 KB, 960x720, 3.jpg)

File: 1557256928582-3.jpg (144.27 KB, 960x720, 4.jpg)

>#SAA #IdlibDawn forces moving through orchards somewhere on #Hama - #Idlib axis … (7 may 2019)
Seems like Tell al-Sakhr front to me.

69f56 No.220765

That Ruski merc has a VSS

e009d No.220768

>it's once again fucking nothing
imagine mai sock

4a3c7 No.220780

Taking Tell Othman was not nothing.
Let's be patient.
Yep, good eyes.

e009d No.220782

another day another school shooting

e009d No.220783

alright then
let's wait n see

d184e No.220787

File: 1557274241969.jpg (26.92 KB, 516x516, dima.jpg)

Writing an article on Syria and mostly RF (geopolitics), you can probably get some good shit out of it with Gulag Translate, in middle of work, will upload when finished, cheers

69f56 No.220788

File: 1557274873663.jpg (36.14 KB, 227x227, faceappa grr.jpg)

Tiger ops SOON

c247d No.220797

Cheers Bolandi. I look forward to seeing it.
I just finished making this
It's just a short summary on the situation in Afghanistan.

c247d No.220798

I welcome input and criticism on this.

906fe No.220847

Good stuff man

4a3c7 No.220854

File: 1557300925017.jpg (74.1 KB, 650x433, 1505378106589.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220857

>But later the FSA (I think Jaysh Al-Nasr) and their allies recaptured all of their lost points.
Unclear if he meant today or the 2015 battle (was talking about it in the thread) but it seems the storming failed.
>Russians are now pounding the HTS stronghold of Kabani in northeastern Latakia.
>Military Source to Me: The Syrian army controls large parts of the town of Kafr Nebudah in the countryside of Hama, amid continuing clashes in the northeastern neighborhoods of the town to secure them in full.
>Kafr Nabudah under army
>Syrian Army is inside of Kafr Naboudeh
>Heavy clashes ongoing now. Town is likely to fall shortly.

4a3c7 No.220858

File: 1557307064043.jpg (145.01 KB, 976x1078, 1503966107491.jpg)

>Kafr Nabudah under army
Humongous if unfeigned btw

4a3c7 No.220859

>Most of Kafr Naboudah under SAA Tiger Forces control
>Still ongoing clashes in Kafr Naboudeh. Most of the town is under SAA control, but NLF is still resisting. Russian airstrikes are hitting their supply lines

4a3c7 No.220860

>Bombardment of all kinds of weapons on the town of Habit in southern Idlib countryside
Habit is directly east of Kafr Nabudah, deterring any reinforcements from going into the town i guess.

4a3c7 No.220861

File: 1557308259173.jpg (159.96 KB, 1200x676, 1.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220862

>Breaking: Kafr Naboudeh fully under Syrian Army control. They steamrolled the NLF there. It is evident that HTS is needed

4a3c7 No.220863

4a3c7 No.220864

>SAA tiger forces destroyed a car bomb for jihadists with #ATGM inside militants gatherings near Tall Hawash in north-western Hama cs
(no video)

4a3c7 No.220865

>All reports about militants attempting to retake Kafr Naboudeh or them claiming to be in control are false.

4a3c7 No.220868

File: 1557317818914.jpg (89.62 KB, 909x667, D6CnYceXkAYr_wR.jpg)

>SAA in Kafr Naboudeh

4a3c7 No.220869

4a3c7 No.220874

>Syrian army from inside the town of Kafr Naboda at 2:50 pm

4a3c7 No.220875

>The SAA is about to try and take Tel as Sakhr again
Doubt JaI can hold an attack from Kafr Nabbudah.

4a3c7 No.220876

4a3c7 No.220878

>Tiger Forces and commander Zein Al-‘Aabdeen
>Al-‘Aabdeen is the commander of the Tiger Forces’ Al-Hawarith Group. They led the attack with the Al-Tarmeeh and Taha groups
>reconciliation fighters from Aleppo also present

4a3c7 No.220879

>The SAA currently has full control of Kafr Nabudah. Rebel counterattacks failed and they withdrew to the outskirts of the city

4a3c7 No.220881

>Habit has been evacuated completely of civilians
>Qalaat al Mudiq is largely empty of civilians

4a3c7 No.220884

>Khan Shaykoun has seen a mass exodus
>Lataminah and Kafr Zita, already largely depopulated, only have a few civilians left. Almost all have fled.

69f56 No.220901

File: 1557339132423.jpg (32.63 KB, 400x347, 1552077665236.jpg)

>the ultimate goal of overthrowing the Kabul government and ruling Afghanistan for the first time since 2001.
I'm not sure that's their goal. I'd say more like "using the gov in Kabul to steer the country". Can't really imagine a Taliban-run gov.

>the Taliban have adopted the strategy of capturing the massive rural regions of Afghanistan due to a weak government presence in those regions

Capturing may not be the right word - there's barely any presence of gov troops there. Anyway it's just semantics, but it also shows that sparsely populated areas are the aim of Taliban base of operations - that is they do not want to rule the people, rather use strategic places (mountains, caves etc)

Interesting calculations on increase in casualties too.

Generally a comprehensive article, especially for me, since I'm not following the Afgan conflict closely. Cheers buddy

4a3c7 No.220903

>Russian Air Force launches second round of airstrikes over Kabani in northeast Latakia. Syrian Army’s 4th Division, led by Ghiath Forces, will likely storm the town in the next 24-48 hours. HTS has repelled all previous offensives here.

4a3c7 No.220904

>Unconfirmed: Dignitaries from Khan Shikhoun in #Idlib (where the CW movie took place) are talking with the SAA to hand over the city without fighting.

69f56 No.220905

File: 1557340350235-0.jpg (32.28 KB, 552x669, 21834699_0.jpg)

File: 1557340350235-1.jpg (27.11 KB, 480x480, 21834699_1.jpg)

File: 1557340350235-2.jpg (42.66 KB, 720x720, 21834699_2.jpg)

File: 1557340350235-3.jpg (31.25 KB, 532x545, 21834699_3.jpg)

File: 1557340350235-4.jpg (29.17 KB, 546x540, 21835165_1.jpg)

Shit, HTS really did put up some resistance in Kafr Nabudah. Wonder what the casualties were on both sides.
Storming of the town seemed bloody & quick.
NLF is sum offshot of Ahrar ash-Sham + moderate headchoppers that didn't want to be labelled as Nusrats?
Are they cooperating with HTS when defending towns/points?

Also Tigers lost some guys and a field commander, F. Wander what the toll of whole operation will be.

69f56 No.220906

File: 1557340493691.jpg (196.95 KB, 1092x758, Bez tytułu.jpg)

So all fronts have moved, it's not just a skirmish - rather a large scale operation. Mein Gott! The activity of RuAF and SyAF is fantastic too.
These devs after all this sleepy time seem H U G E

69f56 No.220907

File: 1557340722088.jpg (182.73 KB, 1200x899, Dm-xKlbWwAEobOa.jpg)

Great, lack of civilians will make the air and ground barrage work fine without unnecessary sperging!
Wait, isn't 4th an armoured division? It seems weird to put them in Latakia's forest & mountain areas..

4a3c7 No.220908

>HTS really did put up some resistance in Kafr Nabudah
Seems the resistance was very weak considering they lost the town in a couple of hours.
>NLF is sum offshot of Ahrar ash-Sham + moderate headchoppers that didn't want to be labelled as Nusrats?
Turkish backed "moderate" rebels yeah.
>Are they cooperating with HTS when defending towns/points?
I have no clue tbh, from what i understand it's Jaish al-Izza who defend this part of Hama and they're part of NLF BUT friendly with HTS…
Personally i don't think HTS are involved yet.
>Also Tigers lost some guys and a field commander
I find it weird the casualties were posted so quickly during the battle…
>So all fronts have moved
Just Latakia and Hama, hope more fronts open soon.

4a3c7 No.220910

>Wait, isn't 4th an armoured division? It seems weird to put them in Latakia's forest & mountain areas..
4th arm div = Barrel rocket extraordinaires, it was their launchers being used the other day. I guess that's their biggest role up there.

69f56 No.220911

File: 1557340873195.jpg (24.38 KB, 400x300, comment_D3Yk932D5uMJ7nCV8e….jpg)

>Dignitaries from Khan Shikhoun in #Idlib (where the CW movie took place) are talking with the SAA to hand over the city without fighting.
Unconfirmed - but makes a lot of sense. They don't have human shields there, so after RuAF razed their friends in Kafr Nabudah to the ground it would be pointless to fight. I guess morale are low and they're not many there))
By the way Khan Sheikhoun held by Nusrats or moderate headchoppers?

4a3c7 No.220912

>Khan Sheikhoun held by Nusrats or moderate headchoppers
Last time i checked it was supposedly Nusrats controlled.

4a3c7 No.220913

>HTS seems to be leading the counter-attack on Kafr Naboudeh now. FSA fighters control Tal Sakher, which means the area is not secured.

69f56 No.220914

File: 1557341280495.jpg (8.67 KB, 240x240, 1544898049007.jpg)

>Just Latakia and Hama, hope more fronts open soon.
Biggest chances for escalation: Aleppo and Tall Rifat. In both of these places tensions between the sides were highest of all fronts, other than Hama/Idlob.
>Seems the resistance was very weak considering they lost the town in a couple of hours.
Judging from claims of high casualties on both sides and number of air sorties the resistance was real. Plus, it's not really a big town. They got RuAF'd and Tigers visited the fresh effects of agricultural works of VKS.
>from what i understand it's Jaish al-Izza who defend this part of Hama and they're part of NLF BUT friendly with HTS
>you'll forget al-Nusra ever existed intensifies
Guess they'll all ally when the threat is serious.
>I find it weird the casualties were posted so quickly during the battle…
Da, da, it's pretty unusual!

4a3c7 No.220915

>Tall Rifat
TFSA, i think not.
Another front that should open is Abu Duhur.

69f56 No.220916

File: 1557341421835.png (37.48 KB, 329x160, thinktank.png)

Wait, so if moderates controlled Kafr Nabudah how come they used suicide bombers in the battle? >>220864 & https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1126121957626454017
Unless it was a moderate suicide bomber..

69f56 No.220917

File: 1557342102160.jpg (153.7 KB, 1200x675, 1550971660260-0.jpg)

>Another front that should open is Abu Duhur.
Ah right, I've completely forgot about that front. Yeah it could get hot there too.
>TFSA, i think not.
You never know when a moderate SVBIED appears.. Kurds there won't do shit tho, that's true.

4858a No.220918

HTS wasn't in the town initially. SAA took the town from Jaish Al Izza, and HTS then counterattacked and drove the SAA from the town and it was then HTS that controlled it, but a few hours later SAA retook the town again

69f56 No.220919

File: 1557342991915.gif (2.57 MB, 382x554, 1537662824125.gif)

So it's over for today, night in Syria. Just some air raids, regrouping. Tommorow morning should be interesting!

That makes sense, thank you.

69f56 No.220920

64064 No.220922

>The HTS counterattack on Kafr Nabudah that's ongoing is led by foreigners. They're speaking fus7a.

69f56 No.220923

File: 1557343972532.jpg (147.16 KB, 1024x651, 1555078944753.jpg)

4a3c7 No.220927

>Rebels led by Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS) conducted a second counterattack on Kafr Nabudah upon nightfall. Unconfirmed reports claim that they hold some or all of the city, but this cannot be verified.
Very unconfirmed.

4a3c7 No.220928

>Jihadists are now claiming they recaptured Kafr Naboudeh.
>Syrian Army denies this
It's Tell Othman all over again…

4a3c7 No.220929

>You never know when a moderate SVBIED appears
Nahh, TFSA are pussies.
Jihadis coming to the rescue, supposedly they're foreign fighters.

69f56 No.220931

Air and artillery work heavily impaired at night.. Might be a looong night for Tigers&co there.
>supposedly they're foreign fighters.
Yeah, I've read somewhere they've been heard speaking a different Arabic dialect.

69f56 No.220932

File: 1557348739579.jpg (51.27 KB, 696x464, nusra1-696x464.jpg)

BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 P.M.) – The jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham launched a massive counter-assault in northwestern Hama this evening, targeting the key town of Kafr Naboudeh, which was captured by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) earlier in the day.

Using VBIEDs (vehicle borne improvised explosive device) under the cover of night, the jihadist rebels stormed the Syrian Arab Army’s positions in a bid to overwhelm them and reclaim Kafr Naboudeh.

According to a military source near the front-lines, the firefights are taking place at the northern axis of the Kafr Naboudeh and they involve the Syrian Arab Army’s Tiger Forces and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.

The source added that the Syrian Arab Army is involved in their most intense battle since they launched their offensive on Monday morning.

The jihadist rebels have already claimed that they have seized Kafr Naboudeh; however, the Syrian Army denies these claims.

c247d No.220943

File: 1557365713076-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557365713076-1.gif (947.11 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 6 - May 8.gif)

Syria Shitmupdates
I know it doesn't look like Latakia hasn't changed and that's because the one new red icon is being crowded.


>I'm not sure that's their goal. I'd say more like "using the gov in Kabul to steer the country".
Overthrowing is their goal. Period.
If the Taliban want to use them as puppets, why do the Taliban always refuse to negotiate with them? Quite the cold treatment for people they intend to use as puppets.
>Can't really imagine a Taliban-run gov.
It happened from 1996-2001, and I bet it would've stayed in power for longer than that if US hadn't invaded considering the Taliban were on their way to destroying the Northern Alliance in 2001 until US invasion.
>Capturing may not be the right word - there's barely any presence of gov troops there.
Indeed, the Taliban have got to start from somewhere.
>Anyway it's just semantics, but it also shows that sparsely populated areas are the aim of Taliban base of operations - that is they do not want to rule the people, rather use strategic places (mountains, caves etc)
Read this pdf: the Taliban intend to rule. And I ask you: why would the Taliban be establishing diplomatic relations with neighboring countries and appointing shadow governors if they did not intend to rule? And if they did not intend to rule again, why the continued fight? What happens when this fight is over - they stay in those strategic places to be a thorn in somebody else's side?
>Interesting calculations on increase in casualties too.
Indeed. The casualties must increase as the gov't becomes stretched thinner dealing with numerous fronts and pockets - Imagine the pockets around Damascus on steroids - and holes open up in the frontlines the Taliban will take advantage of by way of capturing districts and capturing gov't soldiers or killing them. Then as the Taliban get their hands on more advanced weaponry - up to and including US-supplied humvees(!) - from killing the ANA or accepting their surrenders/defections, they gain a tactical edge in battles which inevitably leads to more casualties on the gov't side, which leads to more holes in the frontlines and more gov't casualties. A vicious feedback loop.
>Generally a comprehensive article, especially for me, since I'm not following the Afgan conflict closely. Cheers buddy
Thanks lad. I recommend paying more attention to Afghanistan though, since it's been heating up especially in the last two years.
Cheers Abu Khattab al-Bolandi.
Thanks lad. Any input or nay?

I made a more detailed version touching on cultural issues that I can edit if and when I need to: https://pastebin.com/t7SayZmf


Nusrats. Check the Shitmap.

c247d No.220946

Reminder: Tarinkot, the provincial capital of Uruzgan province is under siege by the Taliban, making Tarinkot the first capital to be at the final phase of the strategy against the capitals

c247d No.220947

File: 1557368491097-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557368491097-1.gif (816.25 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 4 - May 8.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates - no District map because district control has not changed.

4a3c7 No.221005

4a3c7 No.221006

>Unconfirmed: The Turkish Army is withdrawing from two observation points in west #Aleppo CS
>I can confirm that a large Turkish convoy exited the Syrian territory via Bab Al Hawa crossing point.

4a3c7 No.221007

File: 1557379337589.jpg (199.84 KB, 1200x675, D6ETGlsXkAATdIT.jpg)

9394a No.221008

File: 1557380491935-0.jpg (198.34 KB, 1280x720, D6GhxznW0AArqvZ.jpg)

File: 1557380491935-1.jpg (160.38 KB, 1280x720, D6GhzsEXsAAN_PL.jpg)

Heavy construction at #Hmeimim Airfield, the #Russian base near Latakia, #Syria.

#Before and #After: Heavy construction at #Hmeimim Airfield, the #Russian base near Latakia, #Syria.


4a3c7 No.221012

>The SAA maintains the control over Kafr Nabudah throughout the night and into the morning of 9 May.
>Whole town
The jihadis lied again? Who'da thunk it

4a3c7 No.221015

>SAA entered Qalat al-Madiq, likely under an agreement with the locals who are fed up with HTS and al-Qaeda
>Qalaat Al Madiq and the town were handed over to the #SAA without fighting
>The official announcement is later today

4a3c7 No.221018

4a3c7 No.221020

4a3c7 No.221023

>Several opposition sources also confirming that Qalaat Al Madiq is under #SAA control.
>Breaking: SAA captured al-Hawash village, northwest of Kafr Nabudah.

4a3c7 No.221025

>The battles in Hama governorate are finishing and the advance will then move on to the Zawiyah mountains

4a3c7 No.221027

File: 1557394095737.jpg (41.32 KB, 612x612, 1557234322752.jpg)

>A message from rebel sources: SAA is "walking through the Hama countryside"

4a3c7 No.221028

>SAA enters al-Shariah, northwest of Qalaat al-Madiq. Confirmed

4a3c7 No.221029

Opposition media reporting Syrian Army entered Qal’at al-Madiq and al-Karkat village in northern Hama without any resistance

4a3c7 No.221030

File: 1557394920835.jpg (1.14 MB, 2655x1717, tactical retreat.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221031

>Breaking: reports that Foreign jihadist elements fighting under HTS umbrella have blamed local Syrian jihadists of treason on the battlefield in North Hama when the latter retreated without informing the former

4a3c7 No.221032

>Rebel factions have finally responded to the huge SAA advance - heavy clashes now in the vicinity of Kirkat.

4a3c7 No.221038

>army controls Tal Hawash, Tal al-Sakhr
>SAA liberated Hobait and now close in Khan Shaykhun…
>Rebel factions: We retreated from Qalaat al-Madiq, al-Tuwaynah, al-Kirkat, and al-Hawash "at the order of Turkey."
>Some rebels are reportedly discontent with their leadership and demand a new front to be opened against the government in Aleppo or Latakia axis.

4a3c7 No.221039

>Some pages report that al-hwwyjah north of karkat is captured
>Talk is that #Syria ‘s Army is now in full control of the entire Northern Hama province. The armed groups have reportedly all retreated and left their positions now

4a3c7 No.221040

File: 1557402687367-0.jpg (66.24 KB, 960x720, 1.jpg)

File: 1557402687367-1.jpg (72.1 KB, 960x720, 2.jpg)

File: 1557402687367-2.jpg (58.73 KB, 960x540, 3.jpg)

File: 1557402687367-3.jpg (17.57 KB, 960x540, 4.jpg)

>Syrian Army inside liberated Qal’at al-Madiq

4a3c7 No.221042

4a3c7 No.221043

>Gov is very close to enter khan shaykhoun without a fight
>Some are saying that both air intelligence agents and Turkish retreat will pave the way to take whole al-ghab plain
>Militants are not fighting very much.
>Seems turkey threatened to close the crossing and basically starve them.
>Air intelligence agents made secret deals with towns

ed628 No.221046

File: 1557408228352.jpg (121.3 KB, 724x534, 124324543.jpg)

God… we've waited so long for this….

eef74 No.221049

Oh my God! It's so beautiful.
I'm feeling the same emotion of September 2016.

4a3c7 No.221050

>Regime Axis Forces have captured Al-Jabiriyah and Al-Hamra and June Sulieman and Tal Sakhr from Syrian Opposition Forces
June Sulieman=Jub Suleiman

4a3c7 No.221051

pro-ISIS chimpout in Shuhail, DeZ after YPG raids

4a3c7 No.221053

>Regime Axis Forces are attempting to storm Maidan Ghazal and Al-Mustariha at Jabal Shahabo
Guessing Mustariha is one of the villages up north.

4a3c7 No.221056

4a3c7 No.221057

File: 1557418957256-0.png (211.04 KB, 397x371, 1554784548412.png)

Kind of hard to see rebel claims and not laugh now though.

50ef5 No.221061

Kafr Zayta not a target of current op?

69f56 No.221066

File: 1557424760002.jpg (166.57 KB, 962x1200, ukraine 2030.jpg)

>If the Taliban want to use them as puppets, why do the Taliban always refuse to negotiate with them?
Fair note and solid logic.
>I bet it would've stayed in power for longer than that if US hadn't invaded considering the Taliban were on their way to destroying the Northern Alliance in 2001 until US invasion.
Do you think they wouldn't succumb into infighting later on? Money, drugs, faith, dogmas. Many factors.
>why would the Taliban be establishing diplomatic relations with neighboring countries and appointing shadow governors if they did not intend to rule?
Another fair note.

Yeah, you've convinced me. Believe me I would've payed much more attention to Afgan, Yemen, Libya, Central Africa. Problem is I have 10-12 hours daily to do the stuff I do and Syria is all I can follow really closely.
Oh and Ukraine of course, it's natural and pretty much mandatory to follow here.

69f56 No.221067

File: 1557424829026.jpg (18.94 KB, 220x329, 1551380309489.jpg)

Honestly I expected Qalat al-Muh Dick to:
>be defended fiercely
>rage on Twatter for eternity

69f56 No.221069

File: 1557425328917.jpg (48.84 KB, 615x630, 1553772999171.jpg)

Eh, we were right again about the fucked up population there. Should've CJTFOIR'd/RuAF'd them back to stone age.

4a3c7 No.221082

File: 1557427315707-0.jpg (187.32 KB, 1200x675, D6JU82LWkAUu3EP.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221083

File: 1557427364727-0.jpg (684.5 KB, 1154x1398, 1536408783438.jpg)

When is the name change?

4a3c7 No.221084

File: 1557427481897-0.jpg (72.18 KB, 540x720, D6JIoNCWwAEEGsf.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221085

File: 1557427650031-0.jpg (163.83 KB, 670x960, D6I7NTOWkAIFMDA.jpg)

>Reports that the final TSK detachment pulled out of Idlib.
>Tigers didnt captured Tal Sakr so far

50ef5 No.221091

>>Reports that the final TSK detachment pulled out of Idlib.
Massive if accurate.

69f56 No.221092

69f56 No.221093

File: 1557430735336.jpg (54.91 KB, 600x656, 1548088962868.jpg)

Qalat al-Muh Dick yesterday, Khan Sheikhoun tommorow

4a3c7 No.221095

4a3c7 No.221096

File: 1557432401139.jpg (83.72 KB, 750x744, 1555685933976.jpg)

>Hobait town still under the terrorists control

69f56 No.221097

4a3c7 No.221104

File: 1557435165685-0.jpg (67.8 KB, 937x695, 1.jpg)

File: 1557435165685-1.png (781.19 KB, 807x671, 2.png)

File: 1557435165685-2.jpg (85.48 KB, 915x691, 3.jpg)

File: 1557435165685-3.png (284.41 KB, 601x369, 4.png)

>(May 2nd)
>Liwa Tafuf, Saraya Jihad, and Saraya Khorosani launched an operation to comb the desert at the same time as the Syrian Arab Army in Homs. They were accompanied by a Recoiless platoon from the PMF Anti-Armor battalions.
>Crossing in the 1st pic is opposite from Tanf.
Majoosi squad controls other side of Tanf eh?

4a3c7 No.221106

>The groups in greater Idlib have reportedly formed a joint operations room
>On Wikimapia, al-Shaykh Idris is named "Al Hardana"
"SAA controls al-Shaykh Idris and al-Mustarihah was reported earlier":
I guess Mustarihah is a misspelling of Musharifa which status is unknown atm:

4a3c7 No.221107

>Rebel factions claim that they control Bab al-Taqah, al-Shariah, and al-Kirkat after heavy fighting in the Ghab plain

2c305 No.221110

>The groups in greater Idlib have reportedly formed a joint operations room
Not a suprise, when they're being raped badly on all fronts
Could be dangerous tho, no more easy captures

4a3c7 No.221117

Rebel's channel says that a unified military operations room has been formed in all of IDLIB:
Turkestan Islamic Party
Ansar al-Tahwid (Supporters of Monotheism)
Jaysh al-Izza (Glory Army)
Jaysh al-Nukhba (Elite Army)
Jaysh al-Nasr (Victory Army)
Ahrar al-Sham
Suqour al-Sham
Hurras al-Din
Ajnad al-Kavkaz
Ansar al-Islam
Ansar al-Din
Faylaq al-Sham
Fatah Brigade
Darayya Islamic Martyrs
Damascus Gathering
Free Idlib Army
Jaysh al-Ahrar
Liwa al-Ahrar
Imam Bukhari Battalion
1,2.Coastal Division
1.Infantry Division
Ahrar al-Sharqiya

4a3c7 No.221118

>Not a suprise, when they're being raped badly on all fronts
Sure, but i think alot of groups are bound to Turkey.
>Could be dangerous tho, no more easy captures
Walk in the park is no fun, we want dead jihadis!

4a3c7 No.221126

File: 1557439718862-0.jpg (71.08 KB, 720x960, 1.jpg)

>Qalaat al Mudiq today

e2859 No.221133

Gib shitmap plskthx

4a3c7 No.221140

File: 1557443526228-0.png (303.66 KB, 567x492, 1491567889091.png)

>The rebel operation room is reportedly named Fatah Dimashq

f360a No.221143

File: 1557445473473.jpg (40.99 KB, 480x496, dick off.jpg)

>Fatah Dimashq

4a3c7 No.221147

File: 1557447222813-0.jpg (121.45 KB, 1130x635, 1.jpg)

File: 1557447222813-1.jpg (131 KB, 1130x635, 2.jpg)

File: 1557447222813-2.jpg (115.58 KB, 965x602, 3.jpg)

File: 1557447222813-3.jpg (94.53 KB, 1130x635, 5.jpg)

File: 1557447222813-4.jpg (185.19 KB, 1000x750, 6.jpg)


4a3c7 No.221150

al-Kirkat is apparently just located in the northern districts of Qalaat Al Mudiq and Mustarihah is between Jub Suleiman and Qalaat.
Meaning the frontline is something like this, who really controls these villages is unknown but for sure SAA controls nothing north of it and rebels nothing south of it:

4a3c7 No.221151

File: 1557448481653-0.jpg (835.26 KB, 2450x1087, NHAMAGHAB.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221152

File: 1557448673095-0.gif (77.44 KB, 420x244, 1526599831134.gif)

>Reports that #SyrianArmy is advancing towards Opposition-held areas in Reef #Aleppo . Sound of air strikes too on Bileramoun, Zahraa and khan al-Asal

4a3c7 No.221153

File: 1557448831619-0.jpg (47.81 KB, 422x422, 1553158783317.jpg)

Who the heck is this and why is he using my edit of a photo of DeZ from a helicopter?

4a3c7 No.221194

The jihadist rebels have launched a large-scale counter-offensive in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate this morning.

Led by Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham, the jihadist rebels stormed several areas near the key town of Kafr Naboudeh in a bid to overwhelm the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) and National Defense Forces (NDF) troops that are protecting this region.

According to a Syrian Army source near the front-lines, the jihadist rebels have reached the outskirts of Kafr Naboudeh; they are now engaged in a fierce battle for this strategic town in northwestern Hama.

The Syrian Army’s Tiger Forces previously captured Kafr Naboudeh on Wednesday after launching a swift assault on the militant positions inside the town.

However, despite capturing Kafr Naboudeh, the Syrian Army has been unable to secure the area because they do not control the strategic hilltop of Tal Sakher.

The Syrian Army has repeatedly tried to capture Tal Sakher from the militants; however, all of their attacks have been beaten back by the jihadist rebels thus far.

On Thursday, the rebel groups in northern Syria announced the formation of a new coalition dubbed “Fatah Dimashq”; they are tasked with defending their areas from the Syrian military in northwestern Syria.

e009d No.221201

you should start watermarking

e009d No.221202

4a3c7 No.221203

>Tigers repelled militant counter-attack on Kafr Nabudah
>tens of militants were killed and injured by the army’s artillery and missile strikes, adding that 3 technical vehicles were also destroyed.
>The source added that Kafr Nabudah town is fully under the army control, meanwhile, the Russian and Syrian air force are heavy targeting the retreating forces of jihadists in the area.
Some pics in link, they got smoked.

4a3c7 No.221207

File: 1557497370051.jpg (61.88 KB, 664x960, 1.jpg)

>Huge #SAA bombardment on town of Al-Hobait in northern #Hama
(no video)

Pic of SAA in Hama

b185b No.221208

I remember that edit.

07c43 No.221237

That one guy from the famous duo of journos is wounded!

4a3c7 No.221249

File: 1557526066668.jpg (63.14 KB, 960x540, D6POJoxXoAAAM6W.jpg)

>Al Habit today

c247d No.221252

File: 1557534551319.png (105.74 KB, 268x268, remove kebab.png)

That's fair Bolandi. We all have our roles here on /sg/, mine's pretty much the (Shit)mapper and following Afghanistan, though Pingu chimes in on the latter from time to time.
>Fatah Dimashq
>it's another SAA soldier comes to /sg/ episode
Remember that guy who used my Shitmap back when I was putting my name on there? Fucking jej.

c247d No.221253

File: 1557535185370-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557535185370-1.gif (946.93 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 8 - May 10.gif)

>tfw no Jewess sex slave gf who fulfills her purpose of serving every desire and every command of her gentile master as her ancestors served their gentile masters for thousands of years.
>tfw no Jewess sex slave gf who you will put a collar and leash on so you can control her movements and pull on while you're pounding her from behind
>tfw no Jewess sex slave gf who you will punish for being even slightly rebellious by leaving red handprints all over her plump butt then pinning her down with your body and wrapping an arm around her neck and squeezing for maximum control before being hard and rough and shooting your dna inside her.
>tfw no Jewess sex slave gf who will let you will pound her cunny any way you wish with a single command until you both have been fucked silly.
>tfw no Jewess sex slave who you will reward for obedience by making her sniff your musky meat before feasting on it and swallowing afterwards.

Syria Shitmupdates

c247d No.221269

>122 enemy casualties 24/hr

>- 10 killed in Dashti Archi #Kunduz

>- 19 in Qala Zaal #Kunduz
>- 10 killed, 14 wounded in Khulm #Samangan
>- 23 killed, 15 wounded in Qarabagh #Ghazni
>- 4 killed, 2 wounded in Arghastan #Badakhshan
>- 25 killed/wounded in Jumma Bazaar #Faryab

Damn, look at dat total and compare it to my pastebin
>44,667 govt casualties (as defined by KIA, wounded, and MIA) over the course of one year (2018) = 122 casualties per day

c247d No.221271

>sinks first nuclear submarine due to forgetting to close the hatch
>b-b-b-but muh s-superp-power by 2020

c247d No.221272

File: 1557543511186.png (554.73 KB, 604x365, 1511006474_23561400_194974….png)

4a3c7 No.221297

4a3c7 No.221298

On hoholmaps Arimah is this:
Would make more sense but i'm sceptical about this report.

4a3c7 No.221299

File: 1557567313756.jpg (40.17 KB, 900x900, 1521837665229.jpg)

>al-Arimah and Maydan Ghazal n of Qalaat al-Madiq
under army
It makes no sense but i'm not gonna complain.

4a3c7 No.221300

4a3c7 No.221301

>Militant counterattack on Meidan Ghazal and Al-Arimah

e009d No.221303

just done reading your taliban strategy pastebin
i'd say pretty good overall although if i may have a criticism it would be about the numbers/calculations
i'd say it's too risky to make calculation on things that introduce too many parameters
for instance when you talk about decreasing number of troops, you falsely assume that all of these are due to war casualties when i think a lot can be attributed to defections, desertions and most importantly lack of re-enlistment (which is are a major reason why ANSFD numbers are dwindling https://www.reuters.com/article/us-afghanistan-army-desertions/desertions-deplete-afghan-forces-adding-to-security-worries-idUSKCN0UW1K3) also when you make calculations about casualties to give a "remaining number of troops" result, you forget that these casualties aren't inflicted in one day but over time thus allowing for recruitment to "soften" the end result of remaining troops

also another point you make it sound that taliban are out to take down all kabul instituition when i believe (and they have shown more and more lately) that they'll merge with pre-existing kabul's institution as we're already seeing right now with insitution controlled by taliban but salaries are paid by gov't https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40171379) so it wouldn't surprise me to see afghanistan not as a purely ideologically taliban but a chimera including afghan government era institutions and laws and low levels civil servants

finally a point that i had in mind for a long time: remember at the begining of trump presidency when trump tried to flex hard and threw a MOAB in afghanistan? i find it interesting that of all taliban targets, he choose not to launch in on taliban but ISIS, thus not worsening the relations between US and taliban. wouldn't that announce the presence of an already pre-trump era pro negotiation mindset of US government

all in all this is a very good summary/archiving of infos we've collected so far about afghanistan in /sg/

e009d No.221304

File: 1557571398098.jpeg (94.85 KB, 1080x1080, DvYajUoVYAA0LFw.jpg:large.jpeg)

4a3c7 No.221305

>Village of Bab al-Taqa also now under #SAA control
>al-Sharia and Bab al-Taqa

4a3c7 No.221306

4a3c7 No.221308

File: 1557579569854.jpg (151.43 KB, 500x667, 1510765608776.jpg)

>Tigers have reached the location of a Turkish observation post in Shermaghar
>Video from inside of Shariah

4a3c7 No.221309

>Sharia, Meidan Ghazal and Bab al-Taqa friend.- Al-Arimah enemy

4a3c7 No.221313

File: 1557587280130-0.jpg (111.57 KB, 712x870, 1.jpg)

File: 1557587280130-1.jpg (115.44 KB, 462x960, 2.jpg)

>Syrian army captured Shareeyah town north of Qalaat al-Madiq in Hama province

c247d No.221316

File: 1557588914662.gif (239.87 KB, 320x320, thinkingspinner.gif)

>i'd say pretty good overall although if i may have a criticism it would be about the numbers/calculations
i'd say it's too risky to make calculation on things that introduce too many parameters
for instance when you talk about decreasing number of troops, you falsely assume that all of these are due to war casualties when i think a lot can be attributed to defections, desertions and most importantly lack of re-enlistment (which is are a major reason why ANSFD numbers are dwindling https://www.reuters.com/article/us-afghanistan-army-desertions/desertions-deplete-afghan-forces-adding-to-security-worries-idUSKCN0UW1K3) also when you make calculations about casualties to give a "remaining number of troops" result, you forget that these casualties aren't inflicted in one day but over time thus allowing for recruitment to "soften" the end result of remaining troops
I figured that. You're right that it ends up being highly inaccurate for projections because I didn't factor in enlistment (or lack thereof).
Tbqhwy, I just wanted to do some fun calclations. I think I'll take it out though, except the calculations regarding how percent of the ANDSF has lost compared to the total, the concrete casualty figures including average casualties per day based on those concrete figures, etc.
I'm also inputting the source you provided.

>also another point you make it sound that taliban are out to take down all kabul instituition when i believe (and they have shown more and more lately) that they'll merge with pre-existing kabul's institution as we're already seeing right now with insitution controlled by taliban but salaries are paid by gov't https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-40171379) so it wouldn't surprise me to see afghanistan not as a purely ideologically taliban but a chimera including afghan government era institutions and laws and low levels civil servants

Fair point Doc. They shouldn't throw away institutions and systems that actually function correctly, they should merge it with their own administration for maximal effectiveness. I'll amend the pastebin to reflect this by including this point in the bit that talks about how the Taliban are taking over governance and institutions in areas without actual Taliban boots on the ground, and make it clear the Taliban aren't out to take down the entire administration but the top leadership instead.
I wonder if this point is what Bolandi was trying to articulate earlier.

>finally a point that i had in mind for a long time: remember at the begining of trump presidency when trump tried to flex hard and threw a MOAB in afghanistan? i find it interesting that of all taliban targets, he choose not to launch in on taliban but ISIS, thus not worsening the relations between US and taliban. wouldn't that announce the presence of an already pre-trump era pro negotiation mindset of US government

Good point, I'll include it in the political clout bit.
However I'll also say that another factor in that decision may have been making it appear that Trump is taking a tougher stance on ISIS than his predecessor did since the Taliban isn't conducting terrorist attacks in Europe and most importantly America - ISIS is.
You know people, they get all excited by fireworks an shiet.

>all in all this is a very good summary/archiving of infos we've collected so far about afghanistan in /sg/

Thanks doc, and thanks for your input.

4a3c7 No.221317

File: 1557588954154-0.jpg (63.95 KB, 772x501, 1495462812748.jpg)

>Activists are reporting that Syrian Opposition Forces control Al-Jabriyah, Al-Tawbah, Al-Shaykh Idris, Tal Hawash, Maydan Ghazal, and Qara Jurn in northern Hama countryside.
>Syrian army captures villages of al-Mustriha and al-Jamaziya

c247d No.221318

File: 1557589058694.jpg (715.02 KB, 600x580, 1460126258201.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221319

Where the fuck is Al-Tawbah and Qara Jurn even, have never seen it mentioned this offensive and can't find either of them in Hama.
Rebel reporting is garbage.

e009d No.221323

also forgot to add a very important point
take the number of casualties and number of actively enlisted soldiers with a grain of salt
i wouldn't be surprised to see local commanders not reporting KIA or reporting higher numbers of troops active to steal a bigger paycheck from the gov't

4a3c7 No.221324

File: 1557591139258-0.jpg (187.85 KB, 1200x675, D6S6QoeX4AAw0x2.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221325

>Warplanes are pounding jihadists positions in town of habait, May be preparatory bombardment for an offensive later on

7f716 No.221326

I wonder if they will capture that fucking camp of JaI…

c247d No.221328

Yeah, multiple articles mentioned this false reporting including one you linked.

c247d No.221331

Might be possible that the SAA intends to capture Jabal Zawiya in its entirety so they can put the Jihadis on the "horns of a dilemma": capping Jabal Zawiya means the SAA can threaten Jisr Shughur (prime position to cut the road between Idlib and Jisr Shughur), Ariha, and Marraat al-Nu'man.

c247d No.221332

>The Houthis retook Qatabah in Dhale province
This marks the beginning of a new phase in the war: the Houthis are back on the offensive after being on the defensive for four years.

4a3c7 No.221333

File: 1557594480267-0.png (474.79 KB, 631x549, 1499545841197.png)

Yup, i seriously doubt they'd go along the Ghab to Jisr without grabbing atleast the mountains overlooking it first.
But i don't think they will continue northwards yet without taking Khan Sheikhoun.
Jabal Zawiya is more approachable from the east and just going up along the mountain at Qalaat doesn't seem like a great idea to me.
Then again, I'm starting to believe the theory that this operation is only to secure northern Hama/K*rds mountain in Latakia and not taking Zawiya or Jisr. Hopefully the theory is false, but yeah…

4a3c7 No.221334

File: 1557594554463-0.jpg (101.01 KB, 720x960, D6TMZ80XsAAphXl.jpg)

c247d No.221339

File: 1557597815813-0.png (452.8 KB, 2010x2689, Technicolor Libya Warmap.png)

File: 1557597815813-1.gif (333.44 KB, 2010x2689, LIB May 3 - May 11.gif)

Libya Shitmupdates

c247d No.221346

File: 1557601634644-0.jpg (304.37 KB, 1200x840, D6TpfCgXsAEMevJ.jpg)

9394a No.221350

File: 1557602317939-0.jpg (89.47 KB, 539x960, D6TvQk9XsAAyRfi.jpg)

File: 1557602317939-1.jpg (147.42 KB, 720x960, D6TvRY-W0AEA_vi.jpg)

File: 1557602317939-2.jpg (106.9 KB, 960x466, D6TvyVtW0AIONkM.jpg)

File: 1557602317939-3.jpg (140.41 KB, 960x720, D6Tv3SiXoAAzUZm.jpg)

#Syria: 4th Division deployed most of its fleet of Golan launchers on #NE. #Latakia front (#Kabana area, gate to #JisrShoghur and N. Ghab Plain).


4a3c7 No.221360

>Reports suggest that Syrian and Russian airforces and artillery are quiet tonight due to the arrival of a high-level Turkish delegation in the rebel-held areas

c247d No.221362

File: 1557608207969.jpg (59.17 KB, 516x541, 93.jpg)

Wonder what they're up to. A good-bye meeting (I hope)?

e009d No.221369

File: 1557616460270.jpg (9.48 KB, 275x275, 1552687982819-0.jpg)

>A good-bye meeting
really nigga

53405 No.221383

Im calling Boltons bluff on Iran. It isn't going to happen or if it is it will be a limited strike. This isn’t a bunch of fig eaters trying to find reverse on an old Soviet tank.

c247d No.221390

Exactly. Plus Russia and China have pledged to help Iran in a hot war with America so it would be starting WWIII.
Something I think not even the gov't is prepared to risk since they wouldn't even invade Venezuela despite Venezuela being isolated.

53405 No.221412

Rich men cant be rich in a nuclear waste land.
A lot of people have invested in the money lie. If people are fighting to stay rich, they wont end the world. Trump can’t have his real estate, if it’s all blown up.

53405 No.221413

Literally this Ebin. No one can be rich in a desolate place. https://youtu.be/EmGKhDDiveE

80d85 No.221415

Where is Nate?
Has no one informed him Idlib is underway?
This is his Idlib.gif gainz map time

4a3c7 No.221421

Nothing but disappointment from 4th armored division since Yarmouk.

9394a No.221422

File: 1557670377670-0.jpg (146.38 KB, 1080x1518, D6Xx_B-XoAAIEtY.jpg)

File: 1557670377670-1.jpg (101.27 KB, 1080x1268, D6Xx_mBXkAERQ8D.jpg)

File: 1557670377670-2.jpg (87.16 KB, 1032x774, D6X09QCW0AAHsXW.jpg)

The 🇺🇸 ✈ #USAF (38th RS/55th WG) Boeing RC-135V Rivet Joint Callsign: #TOGS71 reg: 64-14846 ICAO: #AE01C8 on the way to conducts a #ELINT/#SIGINT mission, collect technical intelligence on adversary radar emitter systems (S-300) in #Syria 🇸🇾 in more than 3 hours


The warplanes targeted the town of Habait in the southern Idlib countryside, with air raids.


9394a No.221425

File: 1557671889764.png (48.65 KB, 645x773, 1532196230875 (1).png)

Jihadists suffer devastating losses in failed counter-offensive in northwestern Hama


Syrian Army’s first major push to capture key mountaintop town ends in disaster


9394a No.221426

File: 1557671934392.jpg (452.62 KB, 1792x1024, D6X7ARpW4AMKcEx.jpg)

Russian air raids on the villages of Kafrain, Telas, Madaia and Umm Zaytouna and the "Khan Sheikun - Habit" road in South Idlib


9394a No.221429

File: 1557676189275-0.jpg (351.32 KB, 1792x1024, D6YKAURX4AAuEpu.jpg)

File: 1557676189275-1.png (111.75 KB, 500x604, x-doubt-27936351 (1).png)

The National Front for Liberation(NLF): Five fighters of "Russian militia" were killed in Ambush at Bab Al Taqata junction in western Idlib


9394a No.221431

Turkish military sends large convoy to Idlib to stop Syrian Army advance

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The Turkish military has sent a large convoy of reinforcements to the Syrian province of Idlib, today, after a string of jihadist losses at the hands of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).

According to pro-opposition activists, the Turkish military sent reinforcements from the Hatay Province to the southern countryside of Idlib, where they already have several observation posts.

These Turkish Army reinforcements are meant to bolster their military presence in Idlib and prevent the government forces from expanding further north of Hama’s provincial border.

While the Turkish reinforcements are precautionary, a source from the Syrian Arab Army told Al-Masdar last week that the military currently has no plans to push to Idlib city, despite the rumors.


c247d No.221436

File: 1557678363409.jpg (30.01 KB, 540x510, dammit.jpg)

80d85 No.221438

>Hundreds of Ahrar al-Sham Movement fighters reportedly returned from the Afrin region to repel pro-Assad's forces in the northern Hama countryside.

Who knows what the fuck is gonna happen.

c247d No.221440

It'll fizzle out into nothing now that t*Rkey is involved.

c247d No.221443

It's official, the gov't is retreating to the cities and ceding the rural areas to the Taliban.
But it's still part of that catch 22 I mentioned in the pastebin: retreat to the cities to preserve the military but hand over key rural territory to the Taliban and allow greater freedom of movement or keep fighting in the countryside and disintegrate faster.

4a3c7 No.221450

>Russian and Syrian goverment artillery and airstrikes target al-Habit, Kafr Zayta, al-Lataminah, Lahaya, and Markabah
>Strikes were also reported on Abidin, Tal As, Madaya, and al-Tah
Is the offensive, dare i say it, heading east? 👀

4a3c7 No.221451

File: 1557682636575.jpg (99.84 KB, 615x678, 1557611816209.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221453

>Strikes were also reported on Um Zaytunah and HTS points on the road between al-Habit and Khan Shaykhun.

80d85 No.221454

Danny, Jamie, Cersei die tonight

4a3c7 No.221455


9394a No.221456

File: 1557683621812-0.gif (675.75 KB, 752x941, teleport.gif)

Where in the world is Al-Baghdadi now? New report claims ISIS leader is in Afghanistan

Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is allegedly hiding in a distant region of Afghanistan, The Sun claims, citing Zaid Hamid, who is a co-founder of the BrassTacks threat analysis think-tank.

The speculation about the famous terrorist’s whereabouts was made after a propaganda video featuring the Daesh leader was published.

“Note the style of the bedding & the pillows….Is he already in Afghanistan?,” Zaid Hamid pointed out, further suggesting that al-Baghdadi is in the Khorasan Province.


think it's plausible?

c247d No.221458

My money is on Nangarhar - specifically Achin city - or Kunar.
And it's more than plausible: I remind everyone of those "mysterious" helicopter flights from Eastern Syria to Afghanistan, and the US has been known to fly out ISIS leaders by helicopter.

e009d No.221459

File: 1557685610140.png (642.76 KB, 1022x731, 1455891929353.png)

all this wait to end up with a trench warfare/stalemate

3c2e4 No.221460

File: 1557685617665.jpg (63.53 KB, 800x800, 1289786310761.jpg)

>Zaid Hamid
>Al Masdar

e009d No.221461

File: 1557685690827.jpg (41.62 KB, 807x659, 1463930928711.jpg)

>allegedly hiding in a distant region of Afghanistan

3c2e4 No.221462

File: 1557685808016.png (107.61 KB, 487x479, 487px.png)

>Hiding in a location that is being constantly bombarded by Taliban, US and Afghan and sometimes Pakistani forces

c247d No.221463

Jej, Tel Aviv it is or some secret CIA base inside Pakistan.

3c2e4 No.221464

>Secret CIA base inside Pakistan.

e009d No.221465

File: 1557686035050.jpg (107.37 KB, 807x935, wojak_00.nocrop.w710.h2147….jpg)

200 IQ strat
hide where people wont come look for you because of fear of being caught in artillery bombardment
300 IQ strat
hide where Osama was hidden last time because no one will suspect the same hideout being used a second time

3c2e4 No.221466

hey as he long as he is paying rent it all good cause there is no such thing as a free lunch in this world

bab29 No.221470

File: 1557689031642.jpg (38.78 KB, 630x354, 1234565764.jpg)


4a3c7 No.221473

File: 1557690532978-0.jpg (31.83 KB, 750x430, 1.jpg)

File: 1557690532978-1.jpg (50.34 KB, 380x675, 2.jpg)

File: 1557690532978-2.jpg (83.82 KB, 1080x809, 3.jpg)

>SAA artillery units stationed on western Al-Ghab plains launch warning projectiles at environment of #TSK military post (Al-‘Uraymah), as it has become within current area of #IdlibDawn operation

4a3c7 No.221475

File: 1557690699062-0.jpg (197.64 KB, 1200x675, 1.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221476

File: 1557690721240-0.jpg (23.52 KB, 542x503, 1557098133723.jpg)

3c2e4 No.221477

So the meeting >>221360 didnt go as the Turks had planned?

4a3c7 No.221478

I dunno man, similar thing happened at al-Eis when the t*rks first got there.

4a3c7 No.221479

>In regards to the Tel Rifaat area. SAA troops are now garrisoning Maranaz, Milkiya, and Shuwaraghat Al Arz. YPG (ALF) are also present

3c2e4 No.221485

>the first one has been removed
Here you go

Tell me if the link doesnt work. I will upload it again at the another site.

4a3c7 No.221489

>Russian reconaissance is seen over Haritan, Hayan, Anadan, Kafr Hamrah, and Yaqid al-Adas, which are the rebel-held northern and northwestern suburbs of Aleppo city.
>Violent clashes between government forces and rebels involving heavy weapons and artillery shelling on the rebel-held villages of Khalasah and Zammar, which is the southern Aleppo countryside.
>Rebel activists have also reported that hundreds of Ahrar al-Sham members have arrived on the fronts of Idlib and Hama from rural northern Aleppo (under Turkish-backed government and army)
>Ahrar al-Sham decapitates #SyrianArmy Soldier #Syria
>Rebel activists claim 25 pro-government soldiers were killed today on the frontline of Shariah - Bab al-Taqah - Kirkat on Jabal Shashabo. This is not verified.
Seems the t*rks sent more jihadis & ordered Ahrar to stop the SAA from advancing.

e009d No.221494

File: 1557703610032.jpg (111.08 KB, 960x952, 5hhxkahk4s621.jpg)

>Seems the t*rks sent more jihadis & ordered Ahrar to stop the SAA from advancing.
i find it very odd that, although this is helping the west's goal at hindering assad, that no western power (especially european since they seem less devoted at toppling assad than JewSA) to call t*rkey out for this move
hell even JewSA shifted their support from jihadis to kurdoids, one would expect them to capitalize on the situation to put more heat on erdogay for starting his own power struggle (as his pro russia moves have shown) which is against US interest in the region

4a3c7 No.221496

>one would expect them to capitalize on the situation to put more heat on erdogay for starting his own power struggle which is against US interest in the region
It would have an alienating effect and push them even further to Russia.
Besides, Europe has supported the jihadis in the past, might as well keep quiet.

e009d No.221497

>It would have an alienating effect and push them even further to Russia.
indeed but right now they're giving him a free pass on getting further away from their sphere of influence and considering turkgay's stance on SDF one would wonder why they're shooting themselves in the foot in the long term
>Besides, Europe has supported the jihadis in the past, might as well keep quiet.
fair enough, but hypocrisy has never stopped them though

e009d No.221501

File: 1557705489844.jpg (22.77 KB, 600x400, 1557704454384.jpg)

apparently poles are protesting about reparashuns asked from jews
article 447 is about giving back heirless property to jewish hall of cost """survivors"""

4a3c7 No.221503

File: 1557705977694-0.jpg (439.11 KB, 2441x1439, jebb.jpg)

The Ahrar head chopping vid was shot somewhere here methinks
i.e Harsh Kirkat.
Not controlling this area (height overlooking the Ghab plains) is bad news for SAA in Qalaat and especially Bab al-Taqa… Based on the success of the jihadi counterattack it definitely looks like SAA weren't expecting any resistance or planning on advancing further than the southern bank (it's not a river but i'm too illiterate to describe it) of wadi Jahannam and Arimah/Maydan Ghazal (there's confusion regarding the name of the village).
Sadly I haven't been paying as much attention as i should have this offensive so i can't provide an accurate snusmap.
The front has been gnarly the last few days.

4a3c7 No.221505

>they're giving him a free pass on getting further away from their sphere of influence
Only logical theory i have is that they think he'll be more friendly if they shut up.

4a3c7 No.221506

File: 1557706510079-0.png (155.4 KB, 273x473, D6Z4fHkXkAET4dr.png)

>In the past 2 hours - Ahrar al-Sham convoys travelled from northern Aleppo along the international highways to the fronts of Idlib, Hama, and Latakia. Some of the convoys were targeted by the Syrian Arab Air Force.
>Despite the efforts of the Syrian Arab Air Force on Ahrar al-Sham convoys on the M4 highway, 1,000 members have successfully arrived on the fronts of northern Hama.
>reports that RuAF struck some of these convoys travelling on the international highway from direction of western Aleppo.
Nice decal lel

4a3c7 No.221507

4a3c7 No.221508

Why hasn't he been eliminated yet doe

c247d No.221509

File: 1557706688742-0.png (35.28 KB, 1142x317, 4727.png)

File: 1557706688742-1.png (207.14 KB, 327x316, 5398b195f8b528ce10ec49859f….png)

Bias much?

3c2e4 No.221510

File: 1557706821379.png (362.69 KB, 649x611, 235325.png)

>Hazara shits
>Never not bitching about something.

e009d No.221511

File: 1557706876433.jpg (37.87 KB, 631x620, j2r0nm8b72s21.jpg)

>Only logical theory i have is that they think he'll be more friendly if they shut up.
peak american intellectualism

4a3c7 No.221512

File: 1557707385088-0.jpg (8.23 KB, 250x243, 1497123845067.jpg)

4a3c7 No.221513

File: 1557708852026-0.jpg (77.33 KB, 292x338, 1497395637051.jpg)

After collecting some info, the fight for keeping a foothold on the mountain isn't looking good and if it fails, Bab al-Taqa and the northern suburbs of Qalaat will be extremely vulnerable.
I doubt Qalaat as a whole will fall, but the intensifying roach buzzing and lack of SAA action has me worried the Hama funtimes is over.

4a3c7 No.221514

File: 1557709544406-0.jpg (53.51 KB, 960x540, D5yZtWnWAAAbyvk.jpg)

e009d No.221515

peak trolling

c247d No.221516

File: 1557711037084-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557711037084-1.gif (814.2 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 8 - May 12.gif)

File: 1557711037084-2.png (556.39 KB, 5792x3664, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1557711037084-3.gif (737.12 KB, 5792x3664, AFG(D) May 4 - May 12.gif)

File: 1557711037084-4.png (319.43 KB, 3860x2910, New Districtmap.png)

Afghan Shitmupdates - the most significant part is the Taliban making their way into Hisa Awal Bihsud district of Wardak Province: a majority-Hazara district.

I made a new Districtmap and I'll be using it from now on. Capital city icon placement is much more accurate from research of city locations related to the district borders.
>inb4 I forgot something in the Shitmupdates

c247d No.221517

File: 1557711484409-0.png (285.36 KB, 1062x706, 996187688.png)

File: 1557711484409-1.png (319.97 KB, 3860x2910, New Districtmap.png)

>I forgot a district in the new Districtmap
Thankfully it's easily fixed.

c247d No.221520

File: 1557713699563-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557713699563-1.gif (947.16 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 10 - May 12.gif)

Syria Shitmupdates - late edition

e2859 No.221525

Yemen update plskthx?

c247d No.221528

>As far as I see, they are bombing and raiding constantly and Tarinkot is still surrounded by Taliban

>Until its recent fall, the city [Kunduz] had been under Taliban siege for almost a year.


c247d No.221529

File: 1557721023054-0.png (738.21 KB, 3210x2824, Technicolor Yemen Warmap.png)

File: 1557721023054-1.gif (519.73 KB, 3210x2824, YEM(S) May 1 - May 12.gif)

Yemen Shitmupdates - Houthi Counteroffensive edition

4a3c7 No.221543

>Tall Huwash and Jabriya under SAA control
Oh fug, the reports were true about the rebels capturing those villages earlier.

4a3c7 No.221554

>Heavy artillery is once again shelling al-Habit
>Shelling is also reported on al-Lataminah and Murak.
>Syrian government helicopters and Russian aircraft target al-Habit and Kafr Ayn

4a3c7 No.221555

4a3c7 No.221556

>Sahriyah was shelled yesterday as well - SAA could be making a push to take it today if the reports about Hawash and nearby villages are correct
>Objective would be to improve positions in what is becoming a heavily fortified battleground at Jabal Shashabo

4a3c7 No.221557

>Meanwhile rebels announced they repel another attempt by government troops to advance on the Kirkat front, which has become a very deadly front

4a3c7 No.221566

4a3c7 No.221571

e009d No.221574

File: 1557745108288.png (1.76 MB, 1280x1440, 1557730435136.png)

>waiting a whole week for another disappointment

4a3c7 No.221575

>the correct name is Wadi al - Sha'ar

4a3c7 No.221576

File: 1557745645702-0.jpg (127.5 KB, 490x490, 1557724863686.jpg)

Did it, dare i say, subvert your expectations?

e009d No.221577

File: 1557746117444.jpg (23.43 KB, 744x418, e_oHJBFxXaKOpJ6i6uzgXH4psC….jpg)

it was fucking painful to watch

ed628 No.221580

But the Cleganebowl tho!!!!

e009d No.221581

File: 1557754839010.png (2.23 MB, 1280x720, clegane bowl.png)

nigga even that was shitty, too little action and a "let's tie the loose ends while we're at it" finale
and the mountain look like varys on roids

e009d No.221582

File: 1557755042976.jpg (27.03 KB, 480x360, 1557754779287.jpg)


e009d No.221583

File: 1557755321142.jpg (1.11 MB, 1125x1844, 1557737878128.jpg)

quick rundown on the situation
turn out PiS isn't as cucked as i would have thought

ed628 No.221584

>t-there is no official talks so it won't happen

Of course polacken will pay, the question only stands if it will be one time payment or in installments.

3c2e4 No.221585

69f56 No.221592

The march was organized by far-right Konfederacja, when it came out it was very popular, PiS just stolen the idea and used it for propaganda.

c64d0 No.221594

When you edit these maps do you make an entry on these changes showing the date and source used? If so can you checkout when was Charsadda district was last edited?


4a3c7 No.221597

File: 1557776090097.png (241.89 KB, 413x461, 1503962046839.png)

>The opposition factions declared control over the village of Hamamiyat of Hama after heavy fighting with the pro-Assad forces.
>Helicopter targets the outskirts of Kafr Zita and the village of Hamamiyat in the northern Hama countryside, with barrel bombs

4a3c7 No.221598

File: 1557776627415.jpg (296.39 KB, 900x1200, D6ReQAHUwAAMGYV.jpg)

69f56 No.221599

File: 1557777593503.jpg (31.71 KB, 400x398, trailer park boys (11).jpg)

Now that's awkward

e009d No.221600


c64d0 No.221601

File: 1557777985215.png (432.65 KB, 618x527, 15468766786.png)

based deep cover

4a3c7 No.221639

File: 1557795292266.jpg (157.24 KB, 960x720, D6eZUhsXoAA5_9M.jpg)

>Tiger Forces

c247d No.221642

Not for the Shitmaps themselves.
The Wikipedia Warmap however…


>April 6 2019.
On the Shitmap it was last edited on April 27 though.

Thanks for the sources Pingu.

4a3c7 No.221656

Supposedly nippon

c247d No.221664

File: 1557799203823.jpg (140.16 KB, 620x387, 1512172151535.jpg)

>#Taliban claimed capture of #Charsada District Administrative Center (DAC) in #Ghor province, saying the ANSF/Govt officials&employees in the DAC were airlifted by Kabul regime last night. The mentioned DAC in Ghor was reportedly under Taliban siege for long time.

c247d No.221680

File: 1557801038238-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557801038238-1.gif (816.36 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 12 - May 13.gif)

File: 1557801038238-2.png (320.38 KB, 3860x2910, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1557801038238-3.gif (424.36 KB, 3860x2910, AFG(D) May 12 - May 13.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates.
>inb4 Taliban penetrate into Bamyan

c247d No.221721

File: 1557806416068-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557806416068-1.gif (947.1 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 12 - May 13.gif)

Syria Shitmupdates.

e009d No.221738

i would have expected taiwan of worst korea

e009d No.221743

File: 1557835541978.png (1.64 MB, 1298x1046, 1557825920378.png)

>McDonald are literally american embassies now
the absolute state of this world

68b35 No.221745

Damn it we burgers are never going to live this down.

4a3c7 No.221753

>Huwayz, west of Hama, adjacent to the mountains of Jabal Shahbo, consists of three sections: Eastern, southern and western Huwayz. Army took control of the town of Hamra and is now south of the town of Huwayz and managed to break the lines of terrorists and is progressing.
>Al-Huwayz is not a friend and clashes and bombardments continue to target enemy positions and the southern Huwayz is under full fire control.
visual confirmation - SAA controls Al-Hamra, NW Hama:

4a3c7 No.221754

>the land of "wadi al-shara" which my colleagues reported about SAA taking yesterday is located between al-shariah and al-huwayz.
>al-Sharia airport
>under army
>Abu Sham interviewing killed militants from the last night attack
>Al-Huwayz is divided into three sections: Huwayz Tahta, Huwayz Fawqa, and Huwayz Al-Hurriyah. The army took control of the (southern) Huwayz al-Tahta.

4a3c7 No.221755

File: 1557848338944.jpg (92.34 KB, 960x720, D6hlpjYW0AErPVZ.jpg)

>Abu Sham interviewing killed militants from the last night attack
i failed

baa44 No.221756

Can we agree that the McDonalds are the first things to go when the US finally collapses?

9394a No.221764

he's in Germany now btw

4a3c7 No.221770

File: 1557866355564.jpg (186.56 KB, 1200x675, D6i5tLIX4AIcJLX.jpg)

69f56 No.221780

e009d No.221799

tell me
what does the average israeli think of the USS liberty (((incident)))?

9394a No.221800

File: 1557877102787.jpg (47.13 KB, 1067x600, p_011 (1).jpg)

Surely you mean accident.

e009d No.221801

also 2nd question how do the people feel about (((eurovision))) aka the reason why i unironically believe we've entered akhiru zaman

e009d No.221802

>On 3 March 2019, ticket sales froze due to irregularities noticed by the Oversight Committee of the Israeli broadcaster KAN. Hebrew-language Israeli media reported tickets being illegally resold for 2.5 times the original price. Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan has instructed an investigation.
>On 14 March 2019, tickets went back on sale. According to KAN, 220 improperly-purchased tickets to the Final live show were revoked and were bought again in the second round of ticket sales.
wherever i go, i must also jew people out of their shekels

9394a No.221807

File: 1557878220132.jpeg (306.22 KB, 1680x883, 8d9181ca-f70f-4fe1-996f-6….jpeg)

>also 2nd question how do the people feel about (((eurovision)))
Tel Aviv is about the gayest city on the planet, that carnaval travesty suites them.
otherwise for israel it's a tourism promotion event, and for the EU a chance to promote more degenerate abominations.
now you need to explain pic related - the Moroccan-French-Muslim tranny contestant.

> akhiru zaman

Without googling, does that mean "after time"? or something of this sort? nearly identical to to hebrew akhrei z'man

they actually had to hand out free tickets because no one was buying them

e009d No.221809

File: 1557878646644.png (129.5 KB, 553x464, 1556051193689.png)

>otherwise for israel it's a tourism promotion event,
now you need to explain pic related - the Moroccan-French-Muslim tranny contestant
what is there to explain? he is a good pick because he represent a combination of four things they promote an immigrant/mutt/shitskin/faggot
the only reason they didn't pick someone else is because they didn't find an immigrant/mutt/shitskin/faggot/overweight/disabled candidate
can't have it all in the bingo of degeneracy, hell they even had to package the "obese" characteristic separately on the scene
>Without googling, does that mean "after time"? or something of this sort?
it means the end times
sheikh imran hussein speaks about it a lot you should check some of his videos

also you didn't answer the first question

9394a No.221818

File: 1557880428197-0.jpg (89.37 KB, 690x407, 517209.jpg)

File: 1557880428197-1.jpg (68.21 KB, 748x1024, Iftach_Spector.jpg)

>the only reason they didn't pick someone else is because they didn't find an immigrant/mutt/shitskin/faggot/overweight/disabled candidate
Aye, it's a race to the bottom. the original israeli band contestants was supposed to be a bunch disabled blind autists and down syndromes (not even kidding, see pic rel) but they didn't want to perform on shabbos.

>also you didn't answer the first question

you mean about USS liberty? it's never really talked about/brought up and if it does everyone will tell you it was a big oopsie misfortune. but it isn't really a big deal like /pol/ makes it to be. the average israeli probably doesn't even know it today.

personally i find it hard to believe that Spector (The pilot who led the first air strike and generally considered by many to be one of the best fighter pilots in the IAF) didn't realize it was an American ship. he claims "Because he and his partner were unable to see the flags fluttering on the ship… The flight controller reported to him that it was an Egyptian consignment ship that attacked the IDF forces in El Arish and ordered him to attack and stop her"



the guy took down soviets and bombed the Iraqi nuclear reactor, I think he could probably tell an enemy ship from a friendly one. but hey what do I know.

e009d No.221821

File: 1557881650078.jpg (255.97 KB, 1280x960, 1472967778020.jpg)

>disabled blind autists and down syndromes
toppest kek, you guys are really giving 110% efforts
> everyone will tell you it was a big oopsie misfortune
as in "yes goy, believe me, it's the official spiel" or as in "gee man i really unironically believe our boys couldn't tell it was a US ship even though they signaled their allegiance multiple times during the raid and even though the declassified document show that the pilots knew very well it was a US ship"
>he claims "Because he and his partner were unable to see the flags fluttering on the ship… The flight controller reported to him that it was an Egyptian consignment ship that attacked the IDF forces in El Arish and ordered him to attack and stop her"
declassified radio talks indicate that the pilot identified the ship by its initials (CTR5) and the radio tower confirms to them that it is indeed a US ship

like seriously even after the incident, israel came up with three different explanations on why they attacked the ship and the US investigation was blocked

how hard does one have to do mental gymnastic to convince himself that the sky is green?

9394a No.221827

File: 1557883126384.png (164.17 KB, 466x281, 1550810298501.png)

>as in "yes goy, believe me, it's the official spiel" or as in "gee man i really unironically believe our boys couldn't tell it was a US ship
I think most people unironically belive it was an accident since they'll believe anything the government tells them. the rest probably know but pretends to save face.

>like seriously even after the incident, israel came up with three different explanations on why they attacked the ship and the US investigation was blocked

Yeah in all honesty I think the payments the government made are a silent admission of guilt

>In May 1968, the Israeli government paid US$3.32 million (equivalent to US$23.9 million in 2018) to the U.S. government in compensation for the families of the 34 men killed in the attack. In March 1969, Israel paid a further $3.57 million ($24.4 million in 2018) to the men who had been wounded. In December 1980, it agreed to pay $6 million ($18.2 million in 2018) as the final settlement for material damage to Liberty itself plus 13 years of interest

the average people today would probably give you blank stares tho, millennials don't anything and know shit about their own history. but as you expect it's hushed down for obvious reasons. probably there's a classified IDF censor ruling telling TV/radio networks to not even mention it.

c247d No.221830

File: 1557883585691-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557883585691-1.gif (816.09 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 13 - May 14.gif)

File: 1557883585691-2.png (319.79 KB, 3860x2910, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1557883585691-3.gif (423.54 KB, 3860x2910, AFG(D) May 13 - May 14.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates.

e009d No.221832

>I think most people unironically belive it was an accident since they'll believe anything the government tells them.
i would have expected the majority of israeli to be skeptical about what the government says in general, not to be a nation of MAGAtard tier "just trust the plan guise"/"the government is always right"
>there's a classified IDF censor ruling telling TV/radio networks to not even mention it.
make sense

9394a No.221836

>i would have expected the majority of israeli to be skeptical about what the government says in general, not to be a nation of MAGAtard tier "just trust the plan guise"/"the government is always right"
These days more so yes, but the "classic" wars 67' 73' etc were different times and people will believe anything about it due to time/nostalgia/reminiscence.

c247d No.221837

File: 1557884525310-0.png (1.44 MB, 2510x2186, Techincolor Syria Warmap.png)

File: 1557884525310-1.gif (947.47 KB, 2510x2186, SYR May 13 - May 14.gif)

Syria Shitmupdates

e009d No.221840

thanks for the insights

9394a No.221844

File: 1557885896507.jpeg (173.3 KB, 1280x720, 1CCB17FB-C2A8-4603-841D-7….jpeg)

some news not to waste space

[Graphic 18+] Jihadist special forces release up close photos of deadly ambush in northeast Latakia


Syrian Army captures 2 areas in southern Idlib as jihadists retreat north

Led by the Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army launched a heavy attack on the jihadist-held town of Al-Hamra and nearby Al-Shari’ah air strip.


e009d No.221847

File: 1557887209942.jpg (166.81 KB, 405x412, 1517680567166.jpg)

>some news not to waste space
no matter what, your posts will never be a waste of space for me JJ

9394a No.221848

File: 1557887553606.jpg (121.76 KB, 736x778, Salute 8.jpg)


c247d No.221849

>no matter what
Careful Doc.

e009d No.221853

File: 1557888243493.jpg (16.24 KB, 306x306, 1451692969609.jpg)

of course the eternal footfag can only see sexual depravation in an innocent mark of friendship

c247d No.221854

File: 1557888444287.jpg (18.9 KB, 496x220, sb_071.jpg)

I was making reference to some abhorrent JJ shitposts inbound just 4tehlulz

9394a No.221856

File: 1557888853213.gif (64.67 KB, 498x498, tenor (17).gif)

good times
nah not here tho

c247d No.221857

File: 1557888957127.jpg (35.53 KB, 583x442, Ebin on the outside, Shitp….jpg)

My favorite was GONG
>it's been over two years of /sg/

e009d No.221858

jk i was trying to bait him with some fagposting just like the last time i asked him to show me his boipucci in exchange of refugee status
turns out he didn't bite this time

c247d No.221859

File: 1557889212779.jpg (17.44 KB, 500x349, 2975537988.jpg)

>show me his boipucci

>he didn't bite this time

>my dissapointment: the video

e009d No.221861

>>he didn't bite this time
as in he defused the joke inadvertently

9394a No.221862

File: 1557889596173-0.jpg (84.41 KB, 750x750, GONG.jpg)

File: 1557889596173-1.jpg (112.54 KB, 687x759, 214466.jpg)

time flies

>refugee status
>in france
I'll pass

c247d No.221863

aaaaaaaaaaaaaand you just inadvertently defused my joke

e009d No.221864

File: 1557889922957.jpg (23.11 KB, 559x638, 1557886477234.jpg)

>in france
i said under my bed, never specified the country
miss me with that gay shit ebin

c247d No.221865

There's no gay shit here other than what you exude Doc

9394a No.221866

File: 1557890281568-0.jpg (44.92 KB, 750x659, 29788dd22da30965ebf0a25a73….jpg)

File: 1557890281568-1.png (59.37 KB, 964x292, back to the future.png)

File: 1557890281568-2.jpg (8.39 KB, 235x215, images (9).jpg)

>it's been over two years of /sg/
make it 5 here
>back when pic related was exciting and now it's a bi-monthly boring occurrence

*siiiip* now those were the good days

9394a No.221895

Direct meetings allegedly taking place between Syrian, Turkish military officials: Assad

BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:35 A.M.) – Direct meetings between Syrian and Turkish military officials are taking place, Mehmut Yuva, a Syrian academic of Turkish origin at the University of Damascus, said on May 11th.

Citing Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad as his source, Yuva said the Syrian and Turkish military and intelligence officers are negotiating a way to end the hostilities between the two countries.

“Turkey is an important country and we are open to cooperation with it”, Yuva quoted Assad as saying in his May 11 column for the left-wing nationalist Turkish daily Aydınlık.

“If it is in line with Syria’s interests and does not harm our sovereignty, we could meet with Erdoğan”, Assad reportedly said.


9394a No.221903

Syrian Army has plans to retake western Aleppo from jihadist forces

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is currently on the offensive in the northwestern countryside of Hama; however, it does not appear that they will be pushing all the way to Idlib during this operation.

Instead, a source from the Syrian military told Al-Masdar this morning that the armed forces have plans to clear the western and southern countrysides of Aleppo before making any push towards Idlib.

In particular, the Syrian Arab Army is first eyeing the Scientific Research area and Al-Zahra’a Association Quarter; these two areas have a large presence of jihadist and Turkish-backed rebels.

Once these areas are cleared, the Syrian Army will shift their attention to the outskirts of the city, where jihadist groups in Al-Mansoura, Kafr Hamra, Dart Izza, Khan Al-Assal, and Rashideen 4 and 5 are constantly launching attacks from.


e009d No.221917

explain this JJ
>Israeli arrested for spitting on Polish ambassador amid ongoing tensions

4a3c7 No.221925

>reporter on the site: the whole Al-Huwayz Liberated.
>confirmed: Al-Huwyz is now in full a friend after all districts have been liberated and troops deployed.

4a3c7 No.221927

Syrian MoD released a vid of the operations when taking Qalaat al-Mudiq and it's suburbs.

cb666 No.221935

>According to TOLO Telegram channel report Bala Buluk, Bakwa, Gulistan, Pur Chaman and Shib Koh are completely under #IEA control. Other areas-approx. 2/3 in #Taliban hands except provincial capital. They cited local officials #Farah

np and thanks for the link.

4a3c7 No.221936

File: 1557941874619.jpg (180.02 KB, 1200x675, 1.jpg)

fe4ee No.221940

666 ID get.
Sweet, expect shitmupdates when I get off work!

4a3c7 No.221941

File: 1557945544161.png (4.37 KB, 240x178, 1513625476567.png)

The Ghab plain is gonna be a tank graveyard.

4a3c7 No.221942

File: 1557946423928.gif (1.26 MB, 320x180, 1514335145513.gif)

The T*rkish backed factions have tons of guided missiles but are extremely cowardly so they'll do anything to keep the high grounds overlooking Ghab but next to nothing besides retreating in the plain itself.
I couldn't see SAA falling into this trap when they have experienced it before, hopefully they have more tanks than JTS has ATGMs…

19508 No.221944

>not available
jsut me?

4a3c7 No.221945

Odd, NLF removed it from twitter and youtube…
It was an ATGM strike on a tank in the ghab plain from the mountain overlooking it.

4a3c7 No.221946

4a3c7 No.221947

>TF is dealing with an HTS attack from direction of Habit
Kafr Nabudah i guess.

4a3c7 No.221948

FOOTAGE of the consequences of an unsuccessful #HTS attack on a #SAA position in the northwest of #Hama province
One MBT and two BMPs, looks like the failed attack on Hamamiyat yesterday.

19508 No.221949

oi, doesn't this offensive seem particularly slow, considering it is seemingly the beginning of "the" idlib offensive?
I understand the mountaineous terrain in certian parts but really, all east of it shouldn't be too particularly different from the Abu Ad Dahur offensive, once thei made their first break?

4a3c7 No.221950

They cut out the footage from the launch-position.
Another strike, this time a technical:

4a3c7 No.221952

>doesn't this offensive seem particularly slow
Seems to me like there's a fair amount of politics and diplomacy involved behind the table but i'm not going to speculate too hard about it.
The terrain is rougher for the attacking side and the rebels are more prepared/ATGM teams can hide easier than they did in the farmlands in the Abu Duhur area.
The weak performance of the 4th in Latakia and lack of action on other fronts (esp. Aleppo where NLF moved 1000+ fighters from to the Hama front) can be blamed, also remember this is Ahrar al-Sham heartlands.

4a3c7 No.221953

4a3c7 No.221954

>HTS technical was burned by ATGM - The attack is still going on

4a3c7 No.221955

File: 1557951487760.jpg (19.75 KB, 400x400, 1513126790414.jpg)

>#IS claimed attack east of Palmyra in #Homs desert

4a3c7 No.221957

4a3c7 No.221958

File: 1557952721222.jpg (168.02 KB, 1200x675, D6ofF6uXkAATiyh.jpg)

ArabianaINTEL brought this up and i hope it's the case:
>SAA mechanized infantry are now in position/able to launch 2 operations onto strategic Jabal Shashabo & connect at Shahranaz 'plateau':
>Trajectory 1: 181-473-450 (elevation); 23,7 % (max slope)
>Trajectory 2: 298-546-450 (elevation); 15,5 % (max slope)

c247d No.221977

I've seen cases like this in Afghanistan - when the Taliban are confronted with a stronghold they don't try to storm it from the front. Instead they surround it, and attack from every possible direction.
I believe it to be the case here.

cb666 No.221978

Forgot to add
>Violent battles in Shamulzayi district as Govt. troops are facing massive #Taliban assault. According to reports district HQ was set on fire. Air strikes was called on to stop #IEA offensive, SE #Zabul

Maps show it to already captured by the Taliban. But it appears it is still contested.

c247d No.221979

>The weak performance of the 4th in Latakia
I'm inclined to blame too much R&R on this, but Latakia is probably the most mountainous area in Syria. Anyone would have trouble in such terrain - but the kicker is Kabanah and the Jihadis have had years to dig in at the mountains.
They're also defending Kabanah heavily because they know kabanah is the key to their mountain defenses and it opens the road to Jisr Shughur - they can't afford to lose Kabanah.
>lack of action on other fronts (esp. Aleppo
Leads me to believe this is a test to see if Turkey will give a hard response to attacks near their OPs - take note the SAA bombarded the area of the Turkish OP during this offensive, and this offensive has caused the Turks to abandon the one near Maidan Ghazal.
Thanks Pingu.

c247d No.221980

>The Zabul council chief, Atta Jan Haqbayan, confirmed to VOA the fall of Shamulzayi district headquarters to the Taliban, saying government forces had retreated to a nearby major army base.
Ben voyons

cb666 No.221981

cb666 No.221982

though this reminds me when did the maps show it to be cleared first?

c247d No.221984

>April 1, 2019
>Shamulzayi [gov't retreated] (https://twitter.com/fraz41063924/status/1039963748788838406)

c247d No.221985

Link was from Sep 2018 however. In any case, the DHQ is under Taliban control now.

cb666 No.221986

>DHQ is under Taliban control now
aye but ANA is still nearby.
>government forces had retreated to a nearby major army base.

c247d No.221987

File: 1557969062609.jpg (68.37 KB, 599x449, 712565588.jpg)

>#ANDSF successfully fought off the #Taliban as they failed to conquer the Shamolzai district center in#Zabul! Airstrike support killed 4 insurgents and put them on the run away from the DC. They chose violence against our strong ANDSF— big mistake.
>According to TOLO Telegram channel report Bala Buluk, Bakwa, Gulistan, Pur Chaman and Shib Koh are completely under #IEA control. Other areas-approx. 2/3 in #Taliban hands except provincial capital. They cited local officials #Farah #Afghanistan
This creates a conundrum for the maps - the icons don't represent the districts themselves - they represent the DHQ, but the districts are still contested.

c247d No.221989

>This creates a conundrum for the maps - the icons don't represent the districts themselves - they represent the DHQ, but the districts are still contested.
Solution: mark DHQ as capped on the Shitmap but mark the district itself as contested on the Districtmap.

cb666 No.221990

well do as you see fit

e009d No.221991

check the comments for the first twitter link

c247d No.221994

cb666 No.221995

File: 1557970266995.jpg (54.34 KB, 960x763, 1488844849112.jpg)

>sheikh al hurr durry
nigga wtf

e009d No.221997

what's wrong?

cb666 No.221998

Change the name nigga. You can do better than this.

e009d No.221999

>a one post throw away account

c247d No.222000

File: 1557971069871-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1557971069871-1.gif (816.5 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 14 - May 15.gif)

File: 1557971069871-2.png (319.87 KB, 3860x2910, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1557971069871-3.gif (424.42 KB, 3860x2910, AFG(D) May 14 - May 15.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates
Why are the Taliban capping districts like this? Refer to >>221443

c247d No.222001

File: 1557971228944-0.jpg (34.58 KB, 334x385, WE.jpg)


cb666 No.222002

Was really hoping you go around fucking with others like this one. But I guess not.

c247d No.222003

e009d No.222004

any target in mind?

c247d No.222006

File: 1557971713952-0.png (508 B, 10x10, Australian-Friendly Golden….png)

Just search the hashtag #AlFathFailed

4a3c7 No.222045

9394a No.222046

File: 1557999186714.png (139.85 KB, 623x564, FireShot_Capture_320_Adam_….png)

guess someone got real mad they won't give out them shekels

4a3c7 No.222047

>Shahranaz, Al-Hawiyah, Al- Hawash, Al-Amiqiyah - Kafranabel, Hass, Kafr Sinjah, Maarat Hurmah, Kafr Roma, and several other HTS and friends locations in SW CS of Idlib under aviation fire.

4a3c7 No.222048

>al-Nusra losing Al Ghab Valley | May 2019 | Anna News report from Syria

4a3c7 No.222050

>Events in Syria since the sunrise

- Renewed assault on Kabani was repelled
- Jihadists conducted an inghimasi attack on al-Huwayz
- Clashes in Layramun and Zahraa districts in northwest Aleppo
- Clashes in Maydan Ghazal/Kirkat

4a3c7 No.222051

>RuAF strikes Kabani, Al-Azwaiqat hill, Ruwaysa height and Syria Tell in NE Lattakia

4a3c7 No.222052

>Russian Air Force airstrikes and a possible guided artillery strike on rebels targets north of Hama

4a3c7 No.222053

File: 1558005387457.png (6.29 KB, 112x112, 1496596381653.png)

>Tiger Forces are there now (Kabani)

d01c1 No.222054

>#Syria: commander of a Tiger Forces assault group "Abu Zeinab" pictured near #Kabana (NE. #Latakia), openly speaking about upcoming Kabana Offensive. All previous attempts (4th Div.-led) to advance were so far thwarted by Rebels.

4a3c7 No.222055

File: 1558005701921.png (82.98 KB, 228x247, 1497457595954.png)

oh fug

e009d No.222056

>if you don't want to be robbed of your shekels, we'll punish you by not occupying you
we live in a clown world

4a3c7 No.222059

>More than 20 Syrian Army soldiers were killed in an ambush by the Islamic State in southwestern Palmyra. Reinforcements have been sent to this front again

e009d No.222060

i guess 20 good men weren't enough this time

565bf No.222065

File: 1558022786118.png (411.41 KB, 1024x1024, large.png)

If you only knew how honked things really are.

4a3c7 No.222075

>Syrian Mukhabarat behind enemy lines in #Idlib passed on coordinates of shelters of two armoured vehicles to #SyAAF after a reconnaissance mission, leading to destruction of both vehicles & nearby military personnel by latters' airstrikes. (15 may 2019)


e009d No.222081

File: 1558037266115.png (1.19 MB, 1080x1492, 1557921597209.png)

>we must secure the existence of nigglet babies and a future for the negro race

4a3c7 No.222082

File: 1558037296915-0.jpg (28.74 KB, 640x360, 1.jpg)

>Amaq released video of #SAA soldier captured yesterday in #Homs desert

7f716 No.222083

Good, I miss good ol' beheading videos.

4a3c7 No.222084

File: 1558038752702-0.jpg (95.62 KB, 1024x576, D6txu23WkAQSu_8.jpg)

69f56 No.222085

69f56 No.222086

Fucking knew it, 4th is somehow useless, Tigers will have to do the dirty job

4a3c7 No.222089

File: 1558039858047-0.jpg (94.76 KB, 720x450, 1557100319592.jpg)

>Clashes in Maydan Ghazal/Kirkat
Why aren't they nuking this area anyways and why hasn't this >>221958 happened yet?
Better be some gains tomorrow, i can't stand seeing SAA not holding the high grounds.

c247d No.222100

e009d No.222102

File: 1558054085288.png (307.5 KB, 632x509, 1558050431253.png)

c247d No.222104

File: 1558055167187-0.png (1.16 MB, 2810x2564, Technicolor Afghan Warmap.png)

File: 1558055167187-1.gif (814.08 KB, 2810x2564, AFG(S) May 15 - May 16.gif)

File: 1558055167187-2.png (320.76 KB, 3860x2910, Afghan Districtmap.png)

File: 1558055167187-3.gif (425.62 KB, 3860x2910, AFG(D) May 15 - May 16.gif)

Afghan Shitmupdates.
>tfw the Taliban were never present in Badakhshan from 1996-2001

c247d No.222105

File: 1558055524849-0.jpg (29.86 KB, 600x494, 5003945211.jpg)

>0 IQ strategy
Gain combat "experience" by playing war games with another nation
>100 IQ strategy
Gain combat "experience" by playing war games with yourself
>200 IQ strategy
Gain combat experience by engaging in armed combat against an enemy
>300 IQ strategy
Gain combat experience by engaging in armed combat against yourself

e009d No.222106

>400 IQ strategy
engage in armed combat with yourself but don't gain combat experience

c247d No.222107

>500 IQ strategy
engage in armed combat against yourself but lose combat experience

baa44 No.222108

>600 IQ strategy
engage in armed combat against yourself and give another nation combat experience

9394a No.222133

File: 1558065447917-0.jpg (45.72 KB, 720x960, D6st4fGW0AEZWhS (2).jpg)

File: 1558065447917-1.jpg (137.78 KB, 960x941, D6st4fJX4AAXfmx (1).jpg)

File: 1558065447917-2.jpg (532.8 KB, 2048x1445, D6st4fPX4AEhpH1 (1).jpg)

File: 1558065447917-3.jpg (117.57 KB, 960x720, D6st4fLXsAEYfgf (1).jpg)

The reports that claim the health of #Syria's First Lady - who is undergoing breast cancer treatment - has deteriorated are #fakenews.
President Assad and his wife have just attended an event in the #Damascus Opera House.


9394a No.222172

Syrian Army eyes Khan Sheikhoun in southern Idlib: report

BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:20 A.M.) – The Syrian Army is preparing to regain full control of the strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun in southern Idlib, the Sputnik New Agency’s Arabic language channel reported.

“Once the Syrian Army captures Khan Sheikoun, the terrorists will be militarily defeated in the towns of al-Hobeit and Kafr Zita in northern Hama.”


c247d No.222193

She looks healthy considering…
Glad to see it.

c247d No.222194

>700 IQ strategy
Tell your enemies where you plan to attack next with your state propaganda agency.

9394a No.222202

Flights between #Baghdad and #Damascus will resume Saturday after an eight-year hiatus, Iraqi Airways said Thursday.

e009d No.222210

File: 1558084796240.jpg (37.07 KB, 640x526, 1537208945058.jpg)

>The reports that claim the health of #Algeria's President - who is undergoing stroke treatment - has deteriorated are #fakenews.
this is what we had too

9394a No.222214

File: 1558095026108.jpg (113.45 KB, 632x462, طابع-بريدي.jpg)

tbf they've been doing it for ages


>The Tunisian postal services issued a special stamp on Monday with a picture of the Great Synagogue on the island of Djerba, in honor of the traditional celebration of Rabbi Shimon Bar Yohai, which will take place this week in The island of Djerba, located in south-eastern Tunisia, is the center of most of the Jewish community living in the country.

based maghrebois

e009d No.222215

doesn't surprise me a bit
their government has been jewed up even before the revolution

e009d No.222223

File: 1558102582180.jpg (34.34 KB, 705x205, 1558102489165.jpg)

this is all so tiresome

4a3c7 No.222225

>Militants announced last night: "Kafr Nabudah, Qalaat al-Madiq, al-Suqaylabiyah, al-Shariah, and al-Huwayz will be retaken soon."
>7th straight day of fighting on the Kirkat - Maydan Ghazal axis has begun
>report today saying that militants are attacking the SAA in Kirkat and trying to take control of it.

4a3c7 No.222227

Video of the operations in Huwayz

9394a No.222228

File: 1558107719467.jpg (184.27 KB, 896x503, photo_2019-05-16_22-17-26-….jpg)

Syrian Army gears up for strategic battle in northwestern Latakia: map

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:40 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is preparing to launch a large-scale assault on the strategic town of Kabani in the northeastern countryside of Latakia.

According to a military source near the front-lines, the Syrian Army’s operation will be led by the 42nd Brigade (Ghiath Forces) of the 4th Armored Division.

The 42nd Brigade will receive support from the Tiger Forces, who recently deployed some of their troops from Hama, and the National Defense Forces (NDF).

The Syrian Army has launched a number of attacks on Kabani over the last two weeks, but they have been repelled each time, with several casualties reported.


interesting yet amusing

4a3c7 No.222229

4a3c7 No.222231

File: 1558109729692-0.jpg (107 KB, 722x960, 60344647_328199034537699_8….jpg)

File: 1558109729692-1.jpg (151.99 KB, 1300x640, 60308185_328061297884806_3….jpg)

4a3c7 No.222232

File: 1558110254048-0.jpg (295.61 KB, 1080x966, 1.jpg)

File: 1558110254048-1.jpg (104.79 KB, 607x1080, 2.jpg)

>Palestine🇵🇸 Liberation Army (#PLA) mortar unit in action against #Syria|n 'rebellions' & Al-Qaeda within framework of #IdlibDawn military campaign

9394a No.222236

File: 1558114105889-0.jpg (62.13 KB, 960x540, D6yNmV3XYAEel81.jpg)

File: 1558114105889-1.jpg (53.84 KB, 610x640, D6yOO9iW0AEPlpK.jpg)

File: 1558114105889-2.jpg (20.42 KB, 428x725, D6yOP9XW4AIysE7.jpg)

#Syria: 2 #NDF members were killed yesterday by gunmen who attacked their checkpoint in E. #Daraa countryside.

9394a No.222237

File: 1558114118944-0.jpg (188.77 KB, 960x720, D6yQO-wWwAAM9LC.jpg)

#Syria: commander of #Iraq|i Brigade "Imam Hussein" (based in #Damascus & embedded within 4th Division) pictured on Greater #Idlib front.

4a3c7 No.222239

Hmm TIP captured one of those akm's with holosight on the Latakia front, but it looks like these dudes are in Hama.
Are they on both fronts or is it becoming standardized in SAA?

9394a No.222241

File: 1558116016793-0.png (313.96 KB, 440x477, D6x8AAZWsAEHoOF.png)

File: 1558116016793-1.jpg (208.15 KB, 1280x960, D6x3_hkXYAoCZpE.jpg)

File: 1558116016793-2.jpg (134.11 KB, 1023x768, D6tu7jwX4AEpgrQ.jpg)

4a3c7 No.222242

Nah, that's the ak 103-2 and some monstrosity.

e009d No.222243

third one looks like georgian project to modernize their old ak stockpile by tacticooling the furniture and making them bulpup
can't remember the name

9394a No.222245

File: 1558119670111-0.jpg (42.32 KB, 720x819, a40.jpg)

Syrian Air Defenses are active on and near #Damascus


cecbf No.222247

cecbf No.222248

welp they have stopped it.

9394a No.222249

cecbf No.222250

>Russian Air Force is active over north Damascus and over the coast line

3 Su-35s are noted

cecbf No.222251


cecbf No.222252

File: 1558120633542.mp4 (294.28 KB, 640x360, HhaQzm_cmG1MMnqd.mp4)

>Explosions heard in #Damacus after reports of possible Israeli airstrikes.

cecbf No.222253

>According to a source at Mezzeh Airport, there is a number of projectiles targeting the Damascus countryside. They’re still engaging them. They believe it is Israeli missiles.

cecbf No.222254

>Al-Quneitra-Damascus axis has just been hit

>Update: some projectiles shot down and others have landed. Not sure what the target is just yet. Some reports claim Kisweh has been hit in the southwest


cecbf No.222255

File: 1558121404416.mp4 (512.25 KB, 640x352, lZJiXFLD68r--GmE.mp4)

>Initial reported video of active Air Defense against missiles in #Damascus,

9394a No.222257

File: 1558122719376-0.jpg (29.05 KB, 800x450, noburger.jpg)

What happened about an hour ago was nothing major so I’ll keep it short

Regarding the #Syria/n coast, it was a drone attack from Idlib, so it’s not related.

Regarding the south and #Damascus
At first 3 illuminating targets flying hight and slow were detected over #AlQunytira


cecbf No.222258

>Regarding the #Syria/n coast, it was a drone attack from Idlib, so it’s not related.

Regarding the south and #Damascus
At first 3 illuminating targets flying hight and slow were detected over #AlQunytira


cecbf No.222260

File: 1558122867942.jpg (88.71 KB, 827x550, be5.jpg)

cecbf No.222261

File: 1558122970442.mp4 (251.49 KB, 640x360, zawNMY2j3Q_LoMGM.mp4)

>Looks like Pantsir fire from SAA this evening in #Damascus,

cecbf No.222263

>And every AA gun in the province began trying to bring them down with no success

2 headed to south of #Damascus
& one to south east of the city
the 3 were downed by AA missiles

Turns out the 3 targets were reconnaissance balloons launched by Israel

cecbf No.222264

>Afterward every single unit of AD at the south sector of Syria
Prepared for a possible SEAD attack by Israel
And as a result the #Russia/n Air Force flew multiple jets over #Damascus and the coast line.

>But keep in mind that this move by Israel

Is not in-vain
A hostile attack is still expected.

9394a No.222265

File: 1558123553857-0.png (1.14 MB, 1080x1321, 6ca.png)

>reconnaissance balloons

>A hostile attack is still expected.

after gayrovision maybe

cecbf No.222266

>Prepared for a possible SEAD attack by Israel
And as a result the #Russia/n Air Force flew multiple jets over #Damascus
Why would they fly their jets though? RuAF hasn't done anything to deter the IAF as far I can remember.

4a3c7 No.222267

>The battles today took place mainly in al-Habit axis, al-Shaykh Idris, and Maydan Ghazal/Kirkat front, with no progress of any faction.
>For two days, the artillery and aviation beat HTS and friends in strategic locations.
>Maybe we'll see a push tomorrow.

cecbf No.222268

>Spies, Stealth and Threats: How Militants Infiltrated a Vital Army Base

KABUL, Afghanistan — Some Taliban fighters hid inside a sewage tanker truck, hoping the smelly interior would prevent a close inspection — as it did. They rode it into one of the most important military bases in Afghanistan and then hid in an empty warehouse.

Other insurgents used ladders to climb the fences, scaling two sets of them, to cross a no man’s land that had once been protected by motion detectors and infrared cameras but now had only sleepy guards in watchtowers.

The infiltrators had friends in high places, as well, according to Afghan and American military officials: an Afghan lieutenant colonel and a sergeant major who made sure they knew where to go, and where to hide on the sprawling base.

The ensuing attack on Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, on March 1, was not one of the country’s deadliest, but it may well have been its most embarrassing. It was the third time the Taliban had infiltrated that base, the headquarters for the Afghan Army’s 215th Corps.

Before the assault was over, 23 Afghan soldiers and base workers would be dead, and the American military would once again have to come to the rescue of a base it had long since handed over to the Afghans. An American airstrike finally ended the attack after 20 hours of fighting.

Outnumbered 200 to one, the Taliban once again delivered an object lesson that demonstrated the weaknesses of the Afghan military, in the heart of a base responsible for the most active front in the Afghan war.

The first to die was the Afghan garrison commandant, Sgt. Sarajuddin Saraj, who owed his important position to political connections, according to the former garrison commandant. The estimated 20 to 30 Taliban infiltrators had positioned themselves in trenches in the middle of the base, and as they began firing, Sergeant Saraj jumped in a vehicle with his driver and raced straight into an ambush. Both were killed.

The insurgents took Afghan soldiers hostage and made them act as guides to new targets. The militants headed straight for the corps’ command center in the center of the base, where American advisers were on duty, according to a reconstruction of the attack provided by two American officials and confirmed by Afghan officials.

At the same time, the insurgents launched a separate attack on an American Marine base, Camp Nolay in Sangin District, 40 miles away, as an apparent diversion, although the Marines quickly repelled it.

At Camp Bastion, American Special Operations troops helped rally the Afghan military into a defense. American Marines opened fire from watchtowers around their own small base within the camp, designed to protect the estimated 300 troops from insider attacks. Infrared cameras fed them real-time information as the insurgents advanced from the west toward the heart of Camp Bastion.

Officials offered no explanation why the array of American technology at their disposal — from overhead drones to radio intercepts — had not warned of the infiltration in the first place. But bad weather did hamper any air support in the initial hours of the attack.

Even so, it would be well into the day before the attack was subdued, when an American airstrike destroyed the warehouse where the Taliban attackers had taken refuge.

Earlier Marine rotations through Camp Bastion had warned that the lightly defended Regional Training Center on the western side of the base was a likely route of attack, but apparently no action had been taken. The suspected insiders, American officials said, were in charge of that part of the base.

Camp Bastion used to be the headquarters for the fight against the Taliban in southwestern Afghanistan’s Helmand Province, an area where more American, British and Afghan soldiers have been killed than anywhere else in the country.

Originally built by the British, it was their biggest overseas base since World War II. Immediately adjacent was Camp Leatherneck, a sprawling base built up by American Marines. At its height, the whole base complex included housing and facilities for up to 30,000 troops, 600 flights a day using a runway two miles long that could handle aircraft that could fly anywhere in the world, base amenities like air-conditioned gyms, a Pizza Hut, a mineral water bottling plant and state of the art defenses around the perimeter of the 12-square-mile

Nevertheless, it was infiltrated twice under the watch of international forces.

In March 2012, a suicide bomber came barreling through the perimeter fence in an S.U.V., barely missing American and British generals who managed to jump out of the way. Those two were waiting for another V.I.P.: Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, whose plane landed just minutes after the attack.

A few months after that, in September 2012, insurgents cut through the wire fence on the eastern perimeter of the base and destroyed six American Marine AV-8B Harrier jump jets and badly damaged two others, basically wiping out an entire squadron. They also killed the squadron’s commanding officer, Lt. Col. Christopher “Otis” K. Raible, and a Marine sergeant, Bradley W. Atwell. Two Marine generals were fired after a Pentagon investigation.

The Afghans renamed it Camp Shorab after the Americans completely pulled out and handed it over in 2014, but many of them continued to use the old name. They managed for several years to prevent Taliban intrusions, even as much of the sprawling base went unused, with vacant buildings and tent camps. The high tech perimeter defenses, unmaintained, fell by the wayside.

“Even if the attackers got help from inside the base, the garrison was sufficient to stop them if they were doing their duty properly,” said Col. Nasimullah Alishanghai, the previous commander.


e009d No.222269

kek at pic
reminds me of some israeli dates that they sell here
they say "origin: Israel* *not from the occupied territories"

cecbf No.222270


Camp intrusions were hardly the only problem for the Afghan Army’s 215th Corps. American advisers have long complained that Afghan soldiers were loath to leave the base, even as the Taliban expanded their reach throughout Helmand Province.

Corruption dogged the corps. In 2015, its commander was fired after accusations that he had thousands of ghost soldiers on his payroll — men who were paid but either did not exist or did not show up for duty, including some who were dead.

Late that year a new corps commander was appointed, and the Americans came back, a few hundred Army trainers at first, plus a contingent of Special Operations troops, and later an estimated 300 Marines.

The new Afghan corps commander, Gen. Moein Faqir, boasted that he had solved the ghost soldiers problem, and the limited number of Americans who moved back onto Camp Bastion early in 2016 gave him high marks.

By early the next year, though, General Faqir was under arrest, accused of theft from his men’s food and munitions budgets and other forms of corruption. Even as Afghan officials were complaining about how the Taliban were increasingly outfitted with black-market night-vision equipment, dozens of sets of night-vision goggles and laser sights went missing from General Faqir’s division.

General Faqir, arrested in March 2017, is now serving a five-year prison sentence, according to Jamshid Rasool, the spokesman for the attorney general.

The former garrison commandant, Colonel Alishanghai, who retired from his post six months ago after running Camp Bastion for four years, attack free, said what happened was a classic outcome of corruption.

His replacement, Sergeant Saraj, was unqualified for the responsibility, he said. “He was a sergeant and they promoted him to garrison commander because he knew high-ranking officials,” Colonel Alishanghai said.

The acting Afghan secretary of defense, Atiqullah Khalid, visited the camp a week later, and in a speech vowed to prosecute those responsible for allowing the attack to take place.

“There is no doubt there was neglect of duty,” he said. “Regardless of rank or position, we will prosecute those responsible and prevent such incidents in the future.” Afghan officials say the defense secretary left the camp with at least five suspects in his custody.

The result of the attack went beyond the 23 dead. Because of the concerns that the insurgents had insider assistance, the American military suspended its advising and training of Afghan forces at the base for weeks, shifting to phone calls instead of any in-person meetings with their Afghan counterparts, according to two military officials.

Atiqullah Amerkhel, a military analyst and former general, said that the sense of siege had kept Afghan forces focused on staying defensive, to their detriment. “Our military officials there do not have the upper hand; they mostly only wait to respond to the Taliban,” he said.

The stakes are high. “Camp Bastion is the largest and most important base in Afghanistan,” said Ataullah Afghan, head of the Helmand provincial council. “If we secure Helmand, it means we secure Afghanistan. If we lose it, we lose Afghanistan.”


9394a No.222271

probably just baseless rumors


e009d No.222272

>The estimated 20 to 30 Taliban infiltrators had positioned themselves in trenches in the middle of the base
>trenches in the middle of the base
1000 IQ strat right there

4a3c7 No.222294

>Truce for 48 hours on the fronts of Hama and Idlib
>Any reports about a permanent ceasefire in #Idlib are untrue
>A lot of conflicting reports about a truce there
Some say its a window for the Turkish army to withdraw, others says it will allow a humanitarian cross points.
>But I’m 100% that in the next few days (maybe less) new front will be opened.
>Rebel-reporters: "All that is rumoured is false. The mujahideen will continue to return to villages and liberate new villages."
>Rebels: "The Turks informed the factions that there would be a ceasefire starting at midnight."
>"I tell you the mujahideen will not agree to humiliating agreements, and they are not concerned with these agreements. The fighting will not stop. The worst is yet to come… the mujahideen rifles will disperse the enemies of religion from all axes."

4a3c7 No.222295

>HTS sites around Mount/Jabal Shashbo at dawn today

4a3c7 No.222297

>Numerous Idlib and Hama media outlets are repeating the same message: "There is no truth to the news that there is a truce between the rebels and the Assad militias."

c247d No.222318

>Some say its a window for the Turkish army to withdraw
I'm more inclined to believe this considering the Turks have already abandoned one OP.

e009d No.222321

56 IQ strat
killing your allies

4a3c7 No.222408

File: 1558167496605.jpg (54.89 KB, 888x1080, D60yM1sWsAA_Jts.jpg)

>National Liberation Front declaration on rejecting the ceasefire

9394a No.222411

File: 1558182100366-0.jpg (17.01 KB, 720x501, D62E2v-WsAA4I-a.jpg)

File: 1558182100366-1.jpg (43.89 KB, 720x642, D62FSPeXsAAHL3Q.jpg)

File: 1558182100366-2.jpg (54.39 KB, 714x960, D62I0M6XkAASF-o.jpg)

File: 1558182100366-3.jpg (27.83 KB, 720x756, D62I7d2W4AAeRaK.jpg)

File: 1558182100366-4.jpg (163.08 KB, 462x960, D62I8zPW4AApuhD.jpg)

#Syria: for 1st time ever long-range rockets fired by Rebels hit this morning area of Jableh, some fell close to #Russia|n Airbase (~40 km from front). A soldier killed, multiple wounded.
Remains shows those are improved Grad rockets.

e009d No.222413


9394a No.222414

File: 1558183086800.jpg (29.77 KB, 700x436, av78neO_700b.jpg)

e009d No.222415

File: 1558183252125.jpg (168.74 KB, 890x500, cover11.jpg)

>yfw you've been told that there is no way the rebels can get their hands on long range artillery

7dac9 No.222416

File: 1558183334908.jpeg (179.93 KB, 780x520, 1234776978.jpeg)


9394a No.222417

File: 1558183601998.jpg (81.77 KB, 960x398, D62XnjZWwAIgdzn.jpg)

#Syria: aerial activity significantly decreased this morning over Greater #Idlib amidst talks of possible ceasefire. #NLF nonetheless fired 2 #ATGM|s on Huwayz front vs BMP & infantry. 1st SSNP killed by Rebels on N. #Hama front pictured.



e009d No.222419

SAA just kinda forgot about the turkish border

e74a3 No.222420

>the AfD is ba-
>The Bundestag also voted today on two other anti-BDS resolutions: the first, which was submitted by the far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, called on the German government to outlaw the BDS altogether;

7dac9 No.222421

>still playing their games
Tssk tskk tskk….

4a3c7 No.222443

File: 1558204261032-0.jpg (48.68 KB, 604x460, 1.jpg)

File: 1558204261032-1.jpg (35.35 KB, 604x430, 2.jpg)

File: 1558204261032-2.jpg (37.04 KB, 456x604, 3.jpg)

File: 1558204261032-3.jpg (34.84 KB, 604x327, 4.jpg)

>Soldier of the Russian military intelligence during his stay somewhere in the province of Deir ez-Zor.

4a3c7 No.222444

File: 1558204437690-0.jpg (129.66 KB, 940x960, 1.jpg)

File: 1558204437690-1.jpg (152.49 KB, 720x960, 2.jpg)

File: 1558204437690-2.jpg (125.55 KB, 960x635, 3.jpg)

>Qala’at Al-Madiq

4a3c7 No.222445

4a3c7 No.222446

>Between 70 and 500 members of the Badr Martyrs Army, a constituent of the 3rd Legion of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army, arrived on the northern Hama fronts last night, passing from Afrin into Idlib through the al-Ghazawiyah crossing.
>By the end of the 72 hours, if the offensive continues, we may see the beginnings of the Shashabo mountain battle, and the Tigers opening a new front in Latakia.
>The "Shuhada al-Sharqiyah" faction (Eastern Martyrs), of the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army, joined Jaysh al-Izza, to join the fight in northern Hama. It was prevented from doing so in the Euphrates Shield zone due to "international understandings." (Russian-Turkish)

4a3c7 No.222449

>The previously mentioned "Jaysh Shuhada Badr" also nominally joined Jaysh al-Izza apparently to avoid breaking international agreements.

4a3c7 No.222453

>#SAA’s 4th Armoured Division takes out a sniper position for #TIP/ #HTS militants on Kabani hills

4a3c7 No.222455

>Tiger Forces pushed off a militant attack in the direction of Al-Huwayz. Another attack occurred southeast of Al-Huwayz and was also repulsed.

69f56 No.222472

Suheil is so funny

e009d No.222482

9394a No.222488

lmao who comes up with this shit

e009d No.222490

>we're a nation of war and occupation
>doesn't try to deny it
>look at our prices goy and forget about the rest
>here take this phone i just stole from the goyim
/pol/ tier humor

4a3c7 No.222495

File: 1558225197583.jpg (36.93 KB, 960x606, D63joOuWkAIqG4B.jpg)

e009d No.222496

File: 1558225507252.png (286.42 KB, 889x592, 57f.png)

san marino managed to find the only shitskin in their nation to run for eurovision
this is insane

9394a No.222498

File: 1558227756379-0.jpg (126.03 KB, 1334x750, D64muczW0AwBuAg.jpg)

File: 1558227756379-1.png (10.64 KB, 444x143, seeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeethe.png)

everyone here is s e e t h i n g over the iceland gag
top kek

e009d No.222499

>get invited to israel
>jew the jew
annuda shoa

e009d No.222500

lel even in the audience
you can feel the discomfort in their voices

9394a No.222502

File: 1558229428666.jpg (93.9 KB, 602x709, (banter_stops).jpg)

7dac9 No.222505

File: 1558231124107.png (585.44 KB, 657x488, 1243456578.png)

565bf No.222534

File: 1558259628376.png (1 MB, 1280x720, C61916AC-2BD6-4E46-976A-3C….png)

>NBCjews still pushing for war with Iran. http://archive.is/B083A

4a3c7 No.222537

>ISIS began their attacks on Saturday by striking a Syrian Arab Army post in the Al-Sawanah area near the phophate mines. According to a military source in this region of Homs, the Syrian Arab Army suffered four casualties before the ISIS terrorists retreated to an unknown location.
>Following this attack, the Islamic State stormed the Syrian Arab Army’s positions near the Deir Ezzor Governorate town of Mohassan. Fierce firefights would break out in the desert area to the west of Mohassan; this resulted in a number of casualties for both parties.
>The Islamic State’s latest string of attacks have targeted several areas that were poorly protected by the Syrian Armed Forces. In particular, the Islamic State has rarely attacked the Al-Sawanah area, which is why this latest assault caught the Syrian Army off guard.
>Despite U.S. President Donald Trump’s declaration regarding the Islamic State’s alleged defeat in Syria and Iraq, the terrorist group continues to wreak havoc inside of Syrian government and SDF-held territories around central, northern, and eastern Syria.

653ba No.222538

Syrian Army struggles to capture key town in northeastern Latakia

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) attempted to enter the key town of Kabani in northeastern Latakia on Saturday, a source told Al-Masdar News this morning.

According to the military source, the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Armored Division, alongside the Republican Guard, attempted to crack Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s lines at the southern axis of Kabani on Saturday afternoon. However, following a fierce firefight, the Syrian Arab Army was forced to withdraw from southern Kabani, the source added.


653ba No.222539

Russia says Syrian government forces halt fire in Idlib

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia says Syrian government forces have unilaterally ceased fire in the northern Idlib province, the last major rebel stronghold.

In a brief statement on Sunday, the Russian Defense Ministry’s Center for Reconciliation of the Warring Sides in Syria said government forces had ceased fire as of midnight. It described the move as unilateral, but did not give details.


c247d No.222543

It won't happen - there's far too much to lose, especially since Iran can and will kill the petrodollar by closing the Strait of Hormuz.
Not surprising in the least that the SAA would have trouble with Kabani - the Jihadis have the high ground.
ben voyons…

565bf No.222544

File: 1558282012360.png (107.23 KB, 500x500, 1523313470591.png)

e009d No.222548

>america is literally a warzone

653ba No.222574

File: 1558298308191.png (39.09 KB, 611x330, 1558298058743.png)

e009d No.222575

>i'll vaguely do something at an undetermined point in the future
>trust me
it takes special kind of brain damage to mental gymnastic your way out of defending this much incompetency

6b8dc No.222577

I dunno, the "Never threaten the US again" tactic supposedly worked on NK.
Though it would be nice to see him actually eliminate the Middle East

4a3c7 No.222580

File: 1558302850411.png (12.58 KB, 439x461, 1557714028606.png)

Shitton of TFSA (Euphratesc Shield) has arrived to the Hama front and more coming, undoubtebly on the order of Ankara.
These buffoons won't last long without TAF supervision but it's an interesting dev nonetheless, are T*rkey deliberately trying to get rid of them (to de-escalate the northern Aleppo situation maybe?) instead of interfering with their own army against SAA/Russian forces (in Hama) or do they actually have faith in their ability to succeed in halting the SAA without air support and armored vehicles(doubt)?
Is it simply a way to bypass some T*rkey-Russia-Iran agreement?
How will Russia/Iran/Syria respond, opening more fronts?

e009d No.222584

what bothers me is why do they waste so much ressources when their n1 target (kurdoids) still holds so much territory
why not launching it at them

4a3c7 No.222587

File: 1558304816342.png (15.04 KB, 504x432, 1497565696373.png)

>why not launching it at them

e009d No.222588

they've done it in the past
not like the orange one will grow a pair of balls overnight

4a3c7 No.222592

>not like the orange one will grow a pair of balls overnight
Erdomeme has saber rattled for years and nothing came out of it besides offensives against k*rdoids isolated from US protected k*rdland.
I guess that makes two eunuchs.

4a3c7 No.222593

File: 1558305915932.jpg (236.46 KB, 1200x1200, 1.jpg)

>And while everyone are making noise about one Katyusha in #Baghdad Amaq published iconographic statistic of #IS attacks in the areas east of Euphrates

e009d No.222594

c247d No.222598

File: 1558312413885.jpg (23.21 KB, 515x515, 1537587204501.jpg)

>zero icons in Colorado

e009d No.222599

look at the key for brown circles

4a3c7 No.222600

e009d No.222604

mashallah the bitch finally gets it

c247d No.222610

File: 1558318029565.png (16.27 KB, 315x387, 4773.png)

>look at the key for brown circles

baa44 No.222611

You know, I'd almost want to see a US civil war play out solely to see what kind of an effect the weather would have on gains for the competing sides.

e009d No.222612

red circle
my bad

c247d No.222613

File: 1558318315436.png (178.24 KB, 261x261, 1511905637301.png)

>mfw tornadoes
>puts Trump in brown circle
Doing me a think

baa44 No.222614

Oh god, imagine the hell that would cause for summer shitmaps, with military camps and outposts in the Midwest just getting obliterated or disappearing completely because of tornadoes and high winds.

c247d No.222615

File: 1558318821393.jpg (28.42 KB, 325x222, 1487092904054.jpg)

>mfw mile-wide tornadoes

e009d No.222616

File: 1558318895212.png (48.84 KB, 894x773, 1558227562666.png)

>finally it's over
>8 years
>for this shit

0c894 No.222617

File: 1558319174193.gif (3.82 MB, 400x224, 1557703749893.gif)

>finally it's over
good riddance
BobbyB posting will always be great though

4a3c7 No.222618

File: 1558319187984.png (425.61 KB, 434x524, 1556365775388.png)

>he pet the dog
wow d&d really subverted my expectations!! 10/10

e009d No.222619

>we wuz independent n shiet
>does a powergrab
yaaaaas kweeeeeeeeeeeen slaaaaaaay

e009d No.222621

File: 1558319364981.png (391.42 KB, 600x450, 1558098494072.png)

chernobyl posting is the new norm

c247d No.222622

we /tv/ nao

e009d No.222626

4a3c7 No.222627

File: 1558319723336.jpg (19.62 KB, 612x612, 1558175130396.jpg)

>yaaaaas kweeeeeeeeeeeen slaaaaaaay
*whimpers and accidently hits sheathed sword on wooden pole*

e009d No.222629

he just kinda forgot he had a sword
>guise we need to implement le democracy
i wish this fatass kicked the bucket in winterfell

baa44 No.222630

I take it you know the joys of being a Midwesterner, too? Freaky stuff, those. I've seen a tornado literally jump over my house and cause the top half of a dead maple tree in my yard to explode, and as a kid I'd used to be able to sit outside during some storms and watch the funnel clouds pass over my head.

And this all isn't even including what all the other effects the weather would have: in winter you'd have blizzards across the entire north of the country and tornadoes in the Southeast, in spring whenever there's a storm system the Mississippi, Missouri, and Ohio would flood and make crossing the country damn near impossible, and fall…well, fall doesn't have all that much in the way of unique weather, just some tornadoes left over from summer and a mix of snow and rain in the Northeast. Still, the weather be like the third faction in any kind of US civil war. If I wasn't American, it'd be quite the spectacle to sit down and watch with a bag of popcorn.

4a3c7 No.222633

>We’re expecting a large counterattack by the terrorists on #Hama CS front in the up coming hours.
>Objectives of the counterattack:
>1. Retake Huwayz, push SAA back to Shariah.
>2. If possible, retake Shariah, and progress in the direction of QalaatAlMudiq.
>The Kafr Nabudah axis might also be opened.
>The ceasefire ends in ~18 hrs, but it seems this attack is about to begin.

4a3c7 No.222651

File: 1558328482832.jpg (70.94 KB, 1080x741, 1.jpg)

>Drone footage shows the results of Syrian-Russian bombardment on the village of Habit south Idlib

4a3c7 No.222666

>Syrian army Tigers crush the herds of terrorist attackers on the axes of Qalaat al-Madiq, Huwaiz, Kafr Nabouda and Hamamiyat leaving dozens of bodies

e009d No.222684

File: 1558362703393.jpg (95.78 KB, 706x990, 1558099643094.jpg)

just realized
duolingo for arabic speakers has only 4 languagues, two of which are swedish and german but not spanish which is far more spoken
interesting to see

4a3c7 No.222694

File: 1558385695686.jpg (11.91 KB, 180x180, 1427638231693.jpg)

>Artillery and MLRS target militant fortifications and sites in Al-Qasabiya, north of Nabudah, and vicinity

4a3c7 No.222702

No subs yet, but latest ANNA news, from Qalaat.

e009d No.222703


4a3c7 No.222704

>#SAA is now storming the strategic town of Kabani in #Latakia CS
>Little or no air support is there.
I don't even know why i posted this.

4a3c7 No.222790

According to a report from Palmyra city, the Islamic State ambushed the Syrian Army soldiers at Bushri Mountain, which is located just east of the strategic desert city of Al-Sukhneh in the eastern countryside of Homs.

The Islamic State reportedly used anti-tank guided missiles (ATGM) to wreak havoc on the Syrian Army convoy; this would result in the death of several soldiers.

The attack also targeted a Syrian Army tank and trench at the Bushri Mountain of northeastern Homs.

These latest string of attacks by the Islamic State have proven incredibly costly for the Syrian Army, as they have several military personnel and equipment.

0c894 No.222808

File: 1558462992348-0.mp4 (6.08 MB, 640x360, 43TbWzPHhDDQVlRM.mp4)

File: 1558462992348-1.jpg (48.47 KB, 960x639, D7G4AoUXsAArBQU.jpg)

File: 1558462992348-2.jpg (156.15 KB, 1200x675, D7G7RJAXoAUbU_G.jpg)

File: 1558462992348-3.jpg (151.2 KB, 1200x675, D7G7SaHWwAU3_ZZ.jpg)

>#Syria: #HTS shelled today the Istamo Helicopter Base located on Coast with a barrage of Grad rockets. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.472903&lon=35.923405&z=14&m


>#Syria: sunset over N. #Hama/S. #Idlib countryside where Rebels launched tonight a counter-attack focusing on #KafrNabuda front. Assault is backed by SVBIEDs & #ATGM|s. Battle ongoing amidst intense bombardment.


>pic 1

>#Syria: ongoing attack started with an #HTS SVBIED which blew up at the gates of #KafrNabuda in N. #Hama countryside.


>pic 2 & 3

0c894 No.222809

File: 1558463075744-0.jpg (99.35 KB, 1200x675, D7G7yiOXkAAZLGe.jpg)

File: 1558463075744-1.jpg (98.92 KB, 1200x675, D7G70LoX4AAkDcs.jpg)

File: 1558463075744-2.jpg (188.3 KB, 1200x675, D7G8IffW4AM-3V7.jpg)

File: 1558463075744-3.jpg (156.97 KB, 1200x675, D7G9UBQXYAEJXJ7.jpg)

> #HTS Inghimasis heading to the counter-attack on #KafrNabuda front (N. #Hama), using several armor. Jaish Izza & #NLF also involved.

0c894 No.222810

>RuAF overal-Bab. Aviation targets HTS terrorist sites in West Aleppo.

Army repels HTS & friends attack on Huwayz axis

The army is dealing with a widespread attack on Nabudah from two directions. RuAF participates.

>Attack on Nabudah repulsed. RuAF hunting the fleeing ones.


>Clashes are still taking places on Tall Hawash axis.

Aviation resumes air strikes on HTS and friends in several areas in Hama and Idlib.

>pro-militant al-Bab account: Russian warplanes are flying over al-Bab, accompanied by a reconnaissance plane for more than an hour.


>Sheikh Idriss< Nabudah, >Humayrat< and Tall Hawash all under army control.

- via TF page

0c894 No.222811

File: 1558463311876-0.mp4 (673.61 KB, 358x640, gqfzTvVd4mnGvX-b.mp4)

>#Syria #Idlib
Alleged video showing the situation in Kafr Nabudah.

b1c7c No.222825


0c894 No.222826

File: 1558477499016-0.jpg (34 KB, 467x377, DnXeUTZU4AAefCo.jpg)

>US raising alarm about possible use of chemical weapons by #Syria|n President Bashar al-Assad

"We continue to see signs…including an alleged chlorine attack in northwest Syria on the morning of May 19"

>US says there will be consequences if use of chemical weapons by #Assad in #Syria is confirmed

"We repeat our warning that if the Assad regime uses chemical weapons, the United States and our allies will respond quickly and appropriately" per @statedeptspox

0c894 No.222841

R&U videos
>Battles for Syria | May 21st 2019 | Jihadi counterattack on Idlib Front

c247d No.222854

Letting you guys know that yes, I’m still alive.

4a3c7 No.222871

Looks like SAA retreated from Kafr Nabudah early in the morning.
>They did not take the whole town only east part. Very huge Jihadi losses and also many SAA KIA and WIA
SAA better do something other than fighting defensively real soon.
Hezbollah where

4a3c7 No.222883

File: 1558539622256.png (142.45 KB, 382x390, 1549104202004.png)

>#Russia|n MoD ~ 22 may 2019
>#SAA has repulsed 3 massive assaults by Al-Qaeda (#HTS) on Kafr Nabudah, killing 150/500 attacking militants, destroying 3 tanks & 24 technicals & 2 VBIEDs since morning

4a3c7 No.222885

>The army has withdrawn from Nabudah

4a3c7 No.222886

69f56 No.222890

File: 1558544125066.jpg (52.09 KB, 720x960, ahrar ash sham leader and ….jpg)

Uh, tough luck. Bastard determined jihadis.

69f56 No.222891

File: 1558544324688.png (127.62 KB, 657x527, 1540679168019.png)

The area is far more Habitable now

69f56 No.222892

File: 1558545623409.jpg (149.94 KB, 1000x1000, cate-blanchett-laughing-th….jpg)

16:10 - toyboy following Suheil

05fcd No.222897

File: 1558547620499.png (384.02 KB, 624x621, 1520153242468.png)

>killing 150/500 attacking militants, destroying 3 tanks & 24 technicals & 2 VBIEDs

05fcd No.222898

File: 1558547710286.jpg (34.33 KB, 504x504, 1557241943639.jpg)

Why did this Murakami quote meme suddenly become so popular?