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SOUTHFRONT May 22th:https://youtu.be/0u03qW_BjPE
>Latest interviews with Assadhttps://youtu.be/1xbLFYo4T7Uhttps://youtu.be/RbLONDCe3Rohttps://youtu.be/YB-McdKnFtQ
RECENT MAPS>Libya Apr 30https://imgur.com/a/a4BPyeM>Yemen Apr 30https://imgur.com/a/sbdFlyQ>Idlib Apr 16https://imgur.com/a/lI6L7tG>Iraq Apr 2https://imgur.com/a/PcKVLO2>SE Syria Mar 7https://imgur.com/a/Ea8Sn9G
Devs May 22>HTS captures Nabudah>US investigating possible Assad chemical attack in Syria>Houthi forces captured 13 new villages in Al Azariq district, Dhale province>the state department has repeated the stance that if chemical weapons were used, the US & allies will respond>The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) continues its push into militant-held areas in Hama Governate>Source says US has decided to arm the tribes of Anbar Province, Iraq>Houthi militants announce that the attack on Saudi oil infrastructure was the start of a military campaign against 300 vital targets in Saudi Arabia, Yemen and the United Arab Emirates>US State Department warns Iran after a rocket hits near the US Embassy in Baghdad Green Zone>WFP says it could suspend aid in Houthi-controlled areas due to 'repeated obstacles' placed in its way>HTS enters Kafr Nabudah in recent offensive and SAA units retreat after failed advance in western Hama
not much I assume. they mostly work wish Sayeret Matkal/shayetet 13/669 and other spec ops. but I assume they give them targets/directions.
Jihadists suffered heavy losses during failed northwestern Hama offensive: video
BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:20 A.M.) – Last Thursday, the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and their allies from the Turkestan Islamic Party and National Liberation Front launched a powerful offensive in the northwestern countryside of the Hama Governorate.
Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham began the offensive by storming the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions at the town of Jalameh near the Idlib Governorate border.
The Syrian Army managed to beat back the jihadist rebels at Jalameh after a short battle on Thursday.
According to a Sputnik News Agency correspondent, “The Syrian Army forces were able to thwart an attempted attack by militants on the axis of the town of Jalameh in northwestern Hama on Thursday. Several armed groups from Turkestan and China attacked the positions of the Syrian Army on this axis, resulting in the loss of more than 25 gunmen, a tank and several vehicles armed machine guns.”https://youtu.be/ZLRHT_-stgshttps://www.almasdarnews.com/article/jihadists-suffered-heavy-losses-during-failed-northwestern-hama-offensive-video/
Syrian military expanding operations to southwest Aleppo: report
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is reportedly expanding their operations into the southwestern countryside of the Aleppo Governorate, the Syria-based Al-Watan newspaper reported on Sunday.
According to the publication, the Syrian Arab Army has recently targeted the jihadist supply lines inside southwestern Aleppo, hitting major bases like Regiment 46, which is located just north of the Idlib Governorate’s border.
In addition to the strikes on Regiment 46, the Syrian and Russian air forces have increased their attacks along the Aleppo-Idlib Highway (var. M-5 Highway), hitting jihadist targets near the ICARDA Farms, Zorba, and Khan Touman.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-military-expanding-operations-to-southwest-aleppo-report/
wait, i asked the question because if i recall correctly you said you were in artillery
>The way to the occupied Golan Heights in #Syria.. Good morninghttps://twitter.com/MasoudKafah/status/1143045813687525377
>>227113> 11:38 PM - 23 Jun 2019 from Talas, Türkiye
MB controlled opposition asset from erdogan?
Go to google translate
Translate from Hebrew to English
Add in בי
Keep adding בי one at a time
Iran has been placed under sanctions before, it didnt change their behavior. So whats the point to such actions? Do the American really think that this time they have a better chance at destabilizing Iran compared to the previous one's?>>226630
Officially Pakistan is neutral in all of this. https://dailytimes.com.pk/394475/pakistan-to-stay-neutral-in-ongoing-tensions-in-gulf-fm-qureshi/
And wants the tensions to be resolved diplomaticallyhttps://www.dawn.com/news/1484312
But should a war break out I do hope Pakistan gives clandestine support to Iran if not outright one considering should Iran fall and its territorial integrity come under attack then a particular ethnic insurgency that has been plaguing both countries could become a serious problem.
>Especially since US has repeatedly tried to fuck over Pakistan
You say that as if Iranians haven't tried to do same thing. And you do not have to look further back than this past February.https://globalnews.ca/news/4969420/pakistan-terrorism-india-iran-attacks/
Even threatened to carry out strikes following the Indian ones. Granted they changed their tune pretty quickly the next dayhttps://www.reuters.com/article/us-india-kashmir-iran/irans-zarif-spoke-on-phone-with-his-pakistani-counterpart-urged-restraint-isna-idUSKCN1QG2B9
And the recent visit by Imran Khan to Iran does point to an effort to work together instead of against each other. But threats like these at such a precarious situation are not easily forgotten.
>>227162>So whats the point to such actions?
Domestic viewers. Most people are stupid, so that narration works in terms of approval ratings among the conservative electorate.>Do the American really think that this time they have a better chance at destabilizing Iran compared to the previous one's?
On the other hand do not underestimate various 3 letter agencies. Technology is now much more advanced for example. For me - still won't work. Iran is not Iraq or Libya.
Unless someone literally assassinates all the IRGC highest officers and political leadership nothing "game chaging" will happen.
>>227164>Domestic viewers. Most people are stupid, so that narration works in terms of approval ratings among the conservative electorate.
That I do understand. As doc pointed out earlier Trump doesnt want his re-election bid to get spoiled so he wont commit to another Middle East war. Neither does he want to appear weak as that will also affect his campaign. So sanctions are best or I guess it would be more appropriate to say least worst option available to him. What I dont understand the US can clearly see that aside from a few countries most (as in countries that can said to be counted in US sphere of influence) are not happy with these sanctions and are trying to find ways to circumvent them and do business with Iran. Does it not signal to the US that their approach is clearly not working when it comes their international partners?
>>227165>the US can clearly see that aside from a few countries most (as in countries that can said to be counted in US sphere of influence) are not happy with these sanctions and are trying to find ways to circumvent them and do business with Iran.>Does it not signal to the US that their approach is clearly not working when it comes their international partners?
Now we could wonder, is it in US interest to get along with it's partners? It certainly is, but the global situation doesn't allow US politicians to work towards a reasonable approach in global affairs.
Ironically it was Reagan who said: "politicians tend to think of next election, instead of next generations".
I see. Thanks for the insights.
>>227153>Im on my way to bibi>im going to the united states>i served in the negev>The BBC reported…
How do thse things occur?
Some random intern at google gets his hands on the translation script and sets one random continuous input as a couple sentences he wrote in?
Oh, keep going with it, it gets funnier the more you add.>pic related>>227162>Officially Pakistan is neutral in all of this. >And wants the tensions to be resolved diplomatically
Smart move tbqh.>But should a war break out I do hope Pakistan gives clandestine support to Iran if not outright one considering should Iran fall and its territorial integrity come under attack then a particular ethnic insurgency that has been plaguing both countries could become a serious problem.
Ah yes the eternal Baluch, not to mention the Kurds will seize their chance, and possibly the Azerbaijanis as well.>You say that as if Iranians haven't tried to do same thing. And you do not have to look further back than this past February.
Ah, and IIRC the Iranians wanted to support India becoming a permanent member of UNSC.>And the recent visit by Imran Khan to Iran does point to an effort to work together instead of against each other.
It’s part of the drive towards the multipolar world order - the key aspect of such an order is diplomacy and cooperation.>But threats like these at such a precarious situation are not easily forgotten.
Nor should they.>>227176
I dunno but laugh your ass off while it lasts.
Polin can't come soon enough…
looks like the arab vox>>227153
ביבי mind control
also isn't it neat that hebrew letters looks like mirrored English words bibi ביבי
Syrian Army reinforcements pour into northwestern Hama
BEIRUT, LEBANON (1:40 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has continued its military buildup in northwestern Hama, as more reinforcements continue to pour into this area.
According to a report from this front, reinforcements from the Syrian Army and National Defense Forces (NDF) were deployed to the Kafr Naboudeh axis, where they will take part in a new assault against the jihadist rebels.
While the Syrian Army has been able to secure the northern axis of Kafr Naboudeh, the eastern part of the town is still susceptible to jihadist attacks from the nearby hilltop of Tal Sakher.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-reinforcements-pour-into-northwestern-hama/
Anyone wanna bet it's roaches firing the ATGMs and NLF are just filming?
Lmao, retarded Pole getting Gulag'd™
It wasn't a TOW, cause there was no red light visible. Might be roach ATGM.
Risky bet, but plausible.
Lol our intel is fucking dead and dead.
Old comiie fucks that used to be the real deal are the ones actually ruling here on pair with the (((others))) representatives.
Where is the bread baker?
>>227328>M8s, those temps you think are too hot are what I call a normal summer day in Arkansas.
we don't use farenheit
knowing him (and american intellectuals in general) i assume he thinks when people speak about a hot 40 degrees, they're talking about 40F
also>everyone live in paris
it's well over 104F where i am rn
French education system for ya>>227340
Shit, is it also humid in Cayenne?
i'm in mainland france though
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Shit, that’s even hotter than the part of Norte de Tamaulipas I’m in now