76be4 No.222911[Last 50 Posts]
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
Last updates from previous bread>>222826
Syria (Last updated on 15/5/2019)>>221837
Afghanistan (last updated on 17/5/2019)>>222104
Yemen (Last updated on 13/5/2019)>>221529
Libya (Last updated on 11/5/2019)>>221339
sure but what about strategical placement
why give for free something that you hold successfully?>inb4 incompetent logistic meant it was easier to give the position that supplying it
This Suheil speech seems rare too, with Spetsnaz visible https://vk.com/video-58991468_456249116
apparently from E. Ghouta though. I made the mistake of posting it earlier myself.
we're taking Aleppo sand niggers
Where's my goddamn shitmap?
They'd better get their shit together this time around, this was a travesty compared to previous offensives.
>Many air strikes in the last 24 hours. Have not seen a single report stating that a raid was carried out by RuAF.
Should be fine in the end, my only concern is how many men they could lose doing it.
how come they're allowed to do that when israel is racketeering poland as we speak
Maybe because public opinion is fucking dumb and easy to manipulate, Doc?
isn't the public overwhelmingly against act 447
surely they wouldn't let that slip
That wasn't an FSA counter offensive.
It was a FSA offensive that turned into an SAA counteroffensive where the SAA gained more land than initially under control.
Bad example>Last and best FSA Hama offensive imo though
>>223147>isn't the public overwhelmingly against act 447
What Hans >>223149
said, plus it's a travesty considering the success at Dara'a, and the fact that there are only three fronts left compared to the dozens of fronts back in 2014-2017: Idlib, Tanf, and Euphrates (takes less men to defend than open space). Yes, I'm leaving out Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch for obvious reasons.
This translates to more manpower, and consider that this manpower has years of combat experience and the SAA was rebuilt from the ground up to be more in line with Russian military doctrine.
So we have>SAA with much more manpower in one area than was possible even one year ago>SAA with years of combat experience and Russian training>SAA with much more firepower than any faction save for foreign military.>A proven track record of major success, even to the point of clearing out an entire front (Dara'a) in a single month>A precedent of reducing Idlib front by a third last year
The only thing I would credit to their difficulties other than too much R&R is the mountain terrain; but then we look at Latakia offensive in 2015, the pockets in mountainous regions near Damascus, the Lebanese border, the area around Palmyra, Aqribat salient, Jabal Bishri, the rough and volcanic terrain (not
Safa) in SE Rif Dimashq.
So with all that in mind, capturing Qala'at al-Mudiq and Kafr Nabudah (later lost to counteroffensive) plus a few villages after three weeks is pitiful compared to past successes. Especially the successes of 2017-2018.
Unless it was all a test to see how Turkey would react to SAA advancing uncomfortably close to one of their OPs.
>>223178>Unless it was all a test to see how Turkey would react to SAA advancing uncomfortably close to one of their OPs.
Forgot to add, SAA even bombarded the immediate area around one of Turkey's OPs, causing the Turks to medevac wounded out of there.
It's obvious this isn't THE Idlib Operation.
Behind closed doors issues must exist.
This is where a US level Media would be great to inquiry and peer into every single aspect of Turkish and Russian administrative actions.
Both nations have worse mediae than the US though. (worse solely in what I mean they are, not some further objective sense of better or worse).
Probably better to dip and wait till the OP promised for as early as August (September originally) 2018 actually starts.
>Battles for Syria | May 22nd 2019 | Images and reports from Idlib Fronthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8eTTRSLACI
>Battles for Syria | May 23rd 2019 | More images from Kafr Nabudahhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VfzHBapkQhE
>Militants are attacking kafranboudeh
Tigers say turkish army is trying to jam the military communications in areahttps://twitter.com/CoolHuh_/status/1132727112522182657
>Army was expecting them and ambushed alll attacking groupshttps://twitter.com/CoolHuh_/status/1132727431083843585
>#Syria: among multiple #ATGM strikes today, #NLF blew up Regime vehicles in Huwayz (NW. #Hama).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1132721063668920320
>#Syria: with a #Kornet long range strike #NLF destroyed a 130 mm gun on Mugheir front (N. #Hama).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1132721862335713280
>#Syria: another ##ATGM strike by #NLF destroyed a BMP/tank on #KafrNabuda front (N. #Hama).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1132722891760513024
>#NLF blew up with an #ATGM a BMP/MT-LB while moving on #KafrNabuda fronthttps://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1132728616662568960
>#NLF neutralized an #ATGM position and its crew with a #Kornet on Tell Hawash fronthttps://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1132728616662568960
Any idea about what group assassinated him
Might've been Mukhabarat.
>>223370>Mujahideen forces retreated from Kafr Naboudah, town is enemy…
Inshallah the attacks on the regime will continuehttps://twitter.com/AlKhali72189230/status/1132795828337291265
>Iraq stands by Iran, will not support US military action: Iraqi FM
Iraqi Foreign Minister Mohamed Ali Alhakim said that Baghdad rejects the unilateral measures taken by the US.
He said that Iraq stands with its neighbour Iran and will act as an intermediary between both parties, adding that Baghdad does not believe an “economic blockade” is fruitful.
Tensions have been soaring between the United States and Iran over the past few weeks since Washington bolstered its military forces in the Middle East in what White House National Security Adviser John Bolton has called “a clear and unmistakable message to the Iranian regime”.
Additional deployments include a carrier strike group, Patriot missiles, B-52 bombers and F-15 fighters, according to the Pentagon.
US-Iranian tensions first flared up last year when the United States unilaterally withdrew from the 2015 nuclear agreement with Iran and started reinstating sanctions. On 8 May, Iran announced its decision to partially discontinue its obligations under the nuclear agreement.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/iraq-stands-by-iran-will-not-support-us-military-action-iraqi-fm/
Syrian Army moves towards Idlib province after capturing Kafr Naboudeh: map
ith Kafr Naboudeh under their control, the Syrian Army will now make a push towards the Idlib province. In doing so, the Syrian Army will have to capture the large hilltop of Tal Sakher, which overlooks Kafr Naboudeh from its eastern flank.
If they are able to capture Tal Sakher, the Syrian Army can finally push to capture the town of Al-Hobeit. The aforementioned town has long been under the control of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and its proximity to the strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun makes its capture all the more important.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-moves-towards-idlib-province-after-capturing-kafr-naboudeh-map/
They need to capture Tel Sakhar next to secure Kafr Nabuda or they risk a repeat of what happened last time.
These next few months are gonna be very interesting. The Russians finally remembered "Never trust a turk.".
>Incendiary bombardment tonight over S. #Aleppo province.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1133081693861105664
>Pro-Regime forces based near Shuraydilah Dam shelled tonight Tell Hadya (close to #TSK Obs. Point) in S. #Aleppo countryside with incendiary Grad rockets. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.031609&lon=37.075596&z=13&m …https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1133083453233278977
>Aftermath of Regime incendiary bombardment on S. #Aleppo countryside tonight.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1133103183025385473
#Syria: ground reports suggest one or even more fronts to be opened by pro-Assad forces besides N. #Hama, aiming to attack Greater #Idlib from multiple directions.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1133118762608148482
Massive SAA reinforcements continue pouring into NW Hama https://twitter.com/Elly_Ammar/status/1133063898721071104
>Jihadists using Guided Missiles on Idlib Front | May 22nd - 26th 2019 | Kafr Nabudah, Syriahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jglQbc0ywHM
>Motorcycle-borne IED attack on Kurdish "SDF" headquarters | May 27th 2019 | Syriahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6WKQMSmVoI
Thanks Pingu. Updating nao.>>223481>>223486>>223492
We'll get to see another province in this map turn red.
>Afghanistan Taliban delegation met with Lavrovhttps://twitter.com/KFM936/status/1133327884893003777
Dropping my pastebin off here before I return to work.https://pastebin.com/t7SayZmf>>223564
Rather limited ambition innit? Still jejworthy.
All I wanted was to find the Twilight Zone episode in full, and I come across this.
Do you gotta ponify everything?https://youtube.com/watch?v=1HhBydTADrE
Rule 34-P: If it exists, there's a pony of it. No exceptions.
>Heavy Russian airstrikes on Al-Hobeit and Khan Sheikhoun right now
ofc, bugman. who wouldn't love such, retard?
It’s a good idea if executed towards the right ends, but as it is, it’s just a tool of the Communist Party to continue their rule
I think it's a great idea, it remains to be seen how it will be executed.
They could do that in democracies and make votes of people with higher scores more valuable
Though, the public shaming and "participating in cult" things seem a little excessive, I figure those are good old CPC propaganda methods
Such a system exists without an authoritarian government watching your every move. It's called social reputation.
Reminder that participation in any sort of "radical politics" automatically puts you at the bottom of the scale.
Donkey, get the canvas.
Is nobody gonna mention Bibi is facing another election after he just barely won the last one?
I heard the Israeli parliament voted to dissolve itself. That true?
Jihadist forces kill several Syrian Army soldiers in ambush attack in northern Latakia
BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:35 A.M.) – The jihadist rebels carried out a deadly ambush in northern Latakia on Wednesday, killing and wounding several soldiers in the process.
According to a military report, several Syrian Arab Army (SAA) soldiers were killed when a jihadist group loyal to Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham ambushed their positions in the Al-Qal’at Mountains.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/jihadist-forces-kill-several-syrian-army-soldiers-in-ambush-attack-in-northern-latakia/
Syrian, Russian jets attack militant strongholds in southwest Idlib
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – The Syrian and Russian air forces resumed their airstrikes over the Hama-Idlib axis, targeting several areas under the control of the militant forces in northwestern Syria.
According to a field report from nearby Hama, the Syrian and Russian air forces heavily targeted the Jabal Shashabo region of southwest Idlib, hitting several sites belonging to the Turkish-backed National Liberation Front and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-russian-jets-attack-militant-strongholds-in-southwest-idlib/
Syrian Army offensive in northwestern Hama has been halted
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:45 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) offensive in northwestern Hama has been halted until further notice, a source from the military told Al-Masdar News this morning.
According to the source, the Syrian Arab Army has not received any orders to advance from either Kafr Naboudeh or Qal’at Al-Madiq in northwestern Hama.
The source did confirm that a large number of reinforcements had arrived in northwestern Hama recently but added that they have not received any further orders.
Another source from the army said that the Syrian military is awaiting the green light from the Russian Armed Forces, who were in talks with Turkey about Idlib.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-offensive-in-northwestern-hama-has-been-halted/
they're trying to ruin such a kino trilogy>The scene starts off with a big explosion in a country in the Middle East. After the explosion occurs, we are taken into the perspective of a female child who is stuck under all of the rubble caused by the explosion. The explosion was a drone strike (by I believe Russia). She is panicking and yelling for help. Another girl is stuck next to her but unresponsive. She tries to push around the fallen rocks and cement slabs off of her, but she is too small. We then hear someone come from above them and remove the rubble to see the girl stuck in there. Frantically, many more people come to remove the remaining rubble (even using a saw at one point). Once it’s removed, they pull the girl out, and she goes to her father’s hand, who starts asking where is her brother. The other girl with her in the rubble does not appear to survive. Now, another airstrike drops on the location.>The father picks up the girl and they both start running to find where her brother is. The sister says the brother stayed at home to study, so he wasn’t with her. They have to get back home to find the brother, but during the run back, Russian soldiers come in on vehicles, jump out of the vehicles, and just start shooting everyone — you can hear women, children screaming not to be shot; men and women yelling in pain. The father puts the kid down and tells her to follow behind him. As they start running and getting closer to their house, the Russian soldiers throw some sort of nerve/lethal gas. They bust inside their house, shut the door, and find the brother. They converse about what they must to do next (and the girl/boy are given cell phones). The father reveals that their mother has been killed. The father hands the boy a gas mask, tells him that the daughter will be okay without a mask right now, and prepare to leave.
I've come to expect nothing less from the Caw a' Dooty franchise.
0:51 le strong black wymyn
1:02 white helmets
1:16 muh gassad
Good God, that shit is so fucking gay.
Hey Ebin Afghan forces retook Bala Mughrab in Baglan provincehttps://t.co/r0C8j9pFwH
easy on the bottle snus
i'm a social creature and i socialize girls vagene
Those baboons will "hit a bird" and "undergo long term maintenance", I can only pray that the heroes of the Syrian army can shoot one down on film and capture the little hook nosed pervert inside.
I still occasionally post here, but I'm more busy than I used to be. I'll post gifs if a truly big offensive ever starts. The Idlib one was too small desu. Sorry for the late reply
Thanks for the maps Ebin.
Beautiful, as always.
I can't wait a real Idlib offensive to start.
I haven't been following for the past week. Is the Idlib advance over or is there a potential for further gains yet?
Took them long enough to shoah his account lel
Pingu, I tried putting in 5 at the end instead of 4, as well as 6 and 7 to look for another account he made but no avail. Can you please let me know when he comes back with another account?>>224089
Thanks lad. Check out my pastebin for Afghanistan while I update Afghan Shitmaps, if you haven't already seen it. It's been updated somewhat.https://pastebin.com/t7SayZmf
https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2>Finally in ' Safe House '
>2 days ago, #Taliban attacked an #ANA base in Maidan Wardak province, the troops left the base without resistance.
>When Taliban entered the base, #US air forces surrounded the area and killed at least 35 Taliban in heavy bombardment.
>It means U.S forces are high alerted. #AFGhttps://twitter.com/Zulmai_Afghan/status/1134884347876663298
No, what it means is that they walked into a trap and got blown up.
he shared an account last year to watch if the main one gets pruned but he hasnt posted there yet. A new one will popup soon enough.
>SOHR: At least 400 Jihadi fighters have been killed from 4 May until 1 June in Hama countryside.
>>224089>I can't wait a real Idlib offensive to start.
D-dare I start saying it again:
Whats the latest on syria proper?
I'd love to know what he said to the king before walking off.>>224129
Thanks Pingu, I wouldn't have found it myself.>>224133
Gaddafi looks like a budget Imran Khan.
>Tiger have begun to work on ground - SW Idlib - NW Hama.>Gains were Just made.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1135479279154847744>The Tigers are storming al-Qasabiyah village north of Kafr Nabudah.https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1135469491511595008>Military source to me: The Syrian army controls the town of Al-Qasabiya north of Kafarbandeh after heavy fighting with the Nasra Fronthttps://twitter.com/MIG29_/status/1135481298846408704http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.462523&lon=36.497698&z=15&m=w&show=/12031545/Al-Qasabiyah
No gains on Latakia front, but Qasabiyah is great news.
If they go for Maghr Hammam, I would expect them to go eastwards, but they could also be securing high ground for an advance north by doing that.
Too unclear right now.
Was taking a shower, I'm working it now.
I dunno Snus, I think it might be a way to flank the high grounds of Jabal Zawiya from three sides and add pressure onto the defenders there.
Or it could simply be probing to see which side is weaker (Jabal Zawiya or Khan Sheykhun) while advancing towards areas that allow a flanking position against both - to keep the Jihadis on the "horns of a dilemma" as to which area to defend.
Shit, I just thought of this: what if the Turkish OPs are the real target of this operation? What if the SAA is advancing against them to the point of openly bombarding them(!) to see how the Turks will respond before going all out against Idlib?
Take note: the Turks have already abandoned one OP because it was too close to the frontlines, and the SAA has directly attacked (artillery firing right at it) the next one on Jabal Zawiya with silence as the only response from the Turks.
US base. Enough said.
Ohhhhhhhh, now it makes sense. Fuck my own country, sometimes.
>>224300>I think it might be a way to flank the high grounds of Jabal Zawiya from three sides and add pressure onto the defenders there
I'm thinking this aswell.>>224301>the Turks have already abandoned one OP because it was too close to the frontlines
I can recall seeing a pro-rebel map showing Al Humayrat as under SAA control a week or so ago, an explanation as to why we've never heard the village mentioned could be that "humayrat" doesn't exist (maybe it's just a part of the Tell Hawash village), all the online maps have been completely wrong on the names of several villages in this area.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.460216&lon=36.454933&z=16&m=bs&show=/21151370/Al-Humayrat
>>224321>A truck destroyed by opposition forces on Hayrat frontline in Northern Hamahttps://twitter.com/MasarPressNet/status/1135819502204137473
According to hoholmaps Humayrat is Hayrat. idk.
>>224322>Seven fighters of the pro-Assad forces were killed by heavy artillery and homemade rockets launched by opposition factions on the village of Hamayrat in the northern Hama, Syria.https://twitter.com/baladinetwork/status/1135823360468955141
So SAA controls the village afterall?
>>224288>If they go for Maghr Hammam
I've never seen it mentioned, i think it's just a part of Kafr Nabudah.
>>224320>the two places above (Qaroutiya and Qiratah) plus Hardaneh confirmed as captured.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1135825155928862720
Gains is appreciated but it sucks not knowing where the places that were gained are.
what is the point of this?
Tigers jsut flexing their muscles? where is the goal in this? It's not heading for a specific town or taking the hills and I doubt these are The essential areas from where the dron attacks originate from either.
Within Syria is suggesting that these are responses to the opposition firing artillery at gov held towns and some other dude said it's to build a buffer around Kafr Nabudah.
If it's neither of those in the long run and it's an actual offensive, based on the latest trajectory it seems like they're heading for Jabal Zawiyah from the east (specifically the Jabal Shahshbo portion of Zawiyah).
They obviously wanted to advance up the mountain from Qalaat earlier (so the theories that thees advances are just reactionary are bogus imo) but failed so it's reasonable to assume that this is another try.
>>224337>I doubt these are The essential areas from where the drone attacks originate from either
Wasn't that the Jisr al-Shughur area?
To take that they either need the k*rd mountain in Latakia (trying) or the western part of Jabal Zawiyah (overlooking the Ghab Plains).
It was on one of the maps you posted in the post I replied to.>>224319>Which one?
There was one not far away from Qalaat, SAA controls the area it was in now, and there’s the one near Maidan Ghazal.
>>224345>It was on one of the maps you posted in the post I replied to.
Sure it's on online maps but i've never seen anyone on twitter mention it.>There was one not far away from Qalaat
Nah, that was wrong info, this is the only one.
The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) offensive in northwestern Syria is back on after the Turkish and Russian armed forces failed to reach terms for an open-ended ceasefire.
Instead, both parties agreed to a brief 48-hour ceasefire to reopen a humanitarian crossing near the town of Morek in northern Hama. The humanitarian crossing was reopened, but the ceasefire would not last for more than 12 hours.
According to a military source in Damascus, the Russian armed forces gave the Syrian Arab Army the green light to resume their northwestern Syria offensive after the jihadist rebels violated the 48-hour ceasefire by launching a big attack on Kafr Naboudeh.
On Monday, the Syrian Arab Army resumed their operations in northeast Latakia and northwestern Hama, seizing a small town located north of Kafr Naboudeh.
The Syrian Army also attacked the jihadist mountain stronghold, Kabani, in northeastern Latakia; however, this attack was nothing more than testing Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham’s defenses after a two-day-long aerial bombardment of the town.
In the coming days, the Syrian Army is expected to intensify their attacks against the jihadist forces in northwestern Syria, as they look to isolate the Idlib Governorate from the rest of Syria.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-armys-northwestern-syria-offensive-is-back-on-after-failed-ceasefire-talks/
Video:>Operation against positions of terrorists supported by Turkey in Shera town of occupied #Afrin on June 2. 5 Ahrar al-Sham jihadists were killed in clashes.https://twitter.com/HRE_official/status/1135873735226003456
Maraat al-Numan is the fucking shit. M5 Highway must be cut, it's the only way to advance in Latakia. >If everything goes according to plan, the military operation will end on the outskirts of Aleppo.>mfw
I don't get it
>>224362>I don't get it
Maybe the plan from the start was going up the M5, i dunno.>>224363
Khan Sheikhoun i guess.
>Syrian army in the vicinity of the town of Habit in the Idlib countrysidehttps://twitter.com/jamlyyyyy/status/1135953407318077440
Can't understand a word but in the end he mentioned "morek, khan sheikhoun".
>>224304>can I ask what the story behind this pocket is?
Brave elite american soldiers (delta unit IIRC) trying to hold on this point as per their objective to defend Sheikh DeLaMaghrebois' honor and credibility
you may ask who DeLaMaghrebois is, well he is a central piece in US policy to take down I(t)ran(y) as he is waging cyber jihad 24/7 against basij internet division of khamenei himself while sustaining himself through generous donation of the french government social services by using his wife's son address in france to trick the bureaucracy into thinking he's still a french citizen, but in truth his base of operation is in Djerba, hiding amongst tunisian jewish diaspora
pretty sure he says
"soon we will enter habit and then unto morek and khan sheikhoun"
check with doc to confirm though
The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a new attack east of Kafr Naboudeh on Tuesday in a bid to secure the eastern part of the town.
Led by their Tiger Forces, the Syrian Arab Army began their assault by storming the key hilltop of Tal Sakher, which is located between Al-Hobeit and Kafr Naboudeh.
According to a military source, the Syrian Army is seeking to capture Tal Sakher to prevent any future attacks by Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham on Kafr Naboudeh.
At the same time, the source said Turkey informed their allied rebel forces that Russia will not halt their assault on northwestern Syria. Ankara reportedly told their allied rebel forces that they will provide them with new weapons to fend off the attack.
The source added that the Syrian Army offensive is still limited at this point, with the primary objective being the security of the neighboring Latakia Governorate.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-storms-strategic-town-in-northwestern-hama/
I think Khan Sheykhun is one of the targets.
Destroyed Panthera F9 at Humayrat, probably destroyed during the big Kafr Nabudah battle.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1135960900186386433
Yes, that's the one near Maidan Ghazal.
ey b0ss cen i hav a shitmap pl0x?
Rebel technical destroyed by SAA ATGM, two terrorists killed and 23mm gun destroyed>>224449
I think he’d be confused but happy that his acting is being used to spread happiness and joy on the internet
>Video shows reaction of jihadists on motorcycle the moment they arrived to the frontline to see their friends being heavily bombarded and bbqedhttps://twitter.com/Souria4Syrians/status/1136396308405719040
Idleb's gotta be exterminated
IS lite fuckers
comfy scene tbqhwy
I guess peto lucem has retired from mapmaking. A shame.
Oh well, we at least have A7_Mirzahttps://twitter.com/A7_Mirza
>A large-scale military action against the gangs of al-Assad and the militias supporting it has begun on several fronts in the northern province of Hama>t. NLFhttps://twitter.com/alwataniaTahrer/status/1136643842353127425
They’re hitting Kernaz, Jubbayn and Hamamiyat so far.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.359866&lon=36.530142&z=14&m=bs&gz=0;364873981;353394942;285816;0;0;394090;508117;400389
Guess the SAA knew this was coming and that's why they didn't advance any further?
>Opposition groups captured also Kernaz and al-Hamamiyat after #SAA defenses collapsed. >Now Syrian Arab Army is counterattacking but those towns captured by rebels will be bombarded so much that they will be flattened and rebels will probably retreat.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1136701239595548673
Don't bomb Tells with fucken thermobaric Sweden you wat ;0
It's cultural heritage site Ruskies are prolly aware of it
they look like americans from that era
but less fat
What's up with the offensive out of the sudden? Jihadis did in fact regroup, agree to cooperate and launched a serious, coordinated offensive against le Kuffar?
I wasn't expecting the jihadi inquisition.
If true than logisctis road between Suqaylabiyah and Mahrada got cut.
Sounds bad for SAA. RuAF where?
Not every tell is archaeological.>>224688
TFSA and HTS have been cooperating all the time since SAA took Kafr Nabudah.>>224689
Anyone willing to share some nice Houthi nasheeds?
>>224695>Not every tell is archaeological.
According to G. Roux every tell is. Unless the name "Tell al-somethingi" was given to it by accident.
I've talked to an archeologist sent to Iraq with CIMIC recently and they were shocked how many tells are left unexlored in Levant. War is shit from archeological point of view.>TFSA and HTS have been cooperating all the time since SAA took Kafr Nabudah.
Motherfuckers and fuckign Erdo-Weirdo. It's not a suprise tho, even jihadi goathumping, shahada-loving, beard-growing fucks unite when the danger is real.
In this context the only thing I'm wondering about is what are the RF diplomatical efforts to stop Erdofuck from supplying jihadis with top-notch turk gear.
Only logical explanation for this offensive is that they found a weak spot in the SAA lines over here (obviously) and were planning on taking Kernaz and Kafr Nabudah from the south wreaking havoc through the SAA's supply line.
The elevated platform that Kafr Houd and Al-Judaydah are situated on would make excellent defensive positions towards the south and southwest.
Them reportedly hitting the Russians artillery base (supposedly located in Salba) and making the Russians retreat didn't help the SAA either.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.334838&lon=36.445706&z=16&m=bs&show=/25663349/Salba
Oh well, it seems to have stopped now and they'll probably pull out of the villages they've captured.
Hmm, the SAA offensive will stall as a consequence. They have to pull reserves from other fronts now.
Wonder how long jihadis will be able to put the pressure on loyalists.
>>224704>According to G. Roux every tell is. Unless the name "Tell al-somethingi" was given to it by accident.
I stand corrected, I'm sure they've hit tells before though.>In this context the only thing I'm wondering about is what are the RF diplomatical efforts to stop Erdofuck from supplying jihadis with top-notch turk gear.
I guess they'll allow SAA to bomb the observation posts, but i agree there should be more of a reprecussion, esp considering t*rk supplied GRADs were used to shell Russian army artillery point at Salba.
I doubt they'll stay and fight for these villages for long, they'll probably return to SAA control before tomorrow morning.
I'm definitely expecting the push on Habit-Khan Sheikhoun to happen very soon.
>>224709>esp considering t*rk supplied GRADs were used to shell Russian army artillery point at Salba.
Ruskies usually respond to this kind of situation seriously. Their personel is pretty much like USofA, one death is wtf Putang etc. so they'll probably send a note and maybe give green light to a Buratino or something.>>224705>The elevated platform that Kafr Houd and Al-Judaydah are situated on would make excellent defensive positions towards the south and southwest.
Eh, the planning was careful and reasonable. Even Sun Tzu in his work said that open terrain is easy to attack and impossible to defend and vice versa with covered terrain (mountains/hills).>it seems to have stopped now and they'll probably pull out of the villages they've captured.
Yeah, nothing to achieve from staying there. By the way since the niggers got Malhama training and turk guns they've started to behave like a serious force, not goatfucking captagon-takers anymore.>>224699https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RU6bDNOIlmwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3R7iR4zCF7s
One is not bad musically and the second is funny
>>224703>>224706>Tow operators from Jaish e Izza have fled from their positions at Tel Meleh>Jihadist tank destroyed near Tel Meleh>Some HTS fighters across the road are trapped due to abandoning of Tel Meleh
Basically reaffirming my belief that they'll be gone from the captured villages before the night is over or get encircled and pulverized.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.289418&lon=36.512847&z=15&m=bs&show=/7753745/Kafr-Houd
>>224712>By the way since the niggers got Malhama training and turk guns they've started to behave like a serious force, not goatfucking captagon-takers anymore.
HTS are still acting as goatfucking captagon-takers and NLF (TFSA) are providing support with advanced weaponry.
Pretty efficient force together initially but as can be seen, NLF's lack of captagon-bravery is evident and hampering the progress.
>>224711>I doubt they'll stay and fight for these villages for long, they'll probably return to SAA control before tomorrow morning.
Yeah, agreed 100%>I'm definitely expecting the push on Habit-Khan Sheikhoun to happen very soon.
You think so? I'm quite sure SAA command in this situation issued an order to reinforce all the weak spots with all the possible reserves and as a result of this - the op on Khan Shiekhoun/Habit will stall.
Anyway I thought the same way in strategic sense. Expected a koteling experience like pic related.
Ze Shahid Captagon Experience>>224714>HTS are still acting as goatfucking captagon-takers and NLF (TFSA) are providing support with advanced weaponry.
Interesting combination. I'm pretty pissed off that TFSA/NLF is using turkish top notch guns, grads and stuff. Fucking turks.
Plus, they "play" really well with meat grinder ready fanatics from Nusra.
Interesting combination, seems to be working. For now.
We'll see how long the battle here will last, in the end SAA will just pull in more reinforcements to guard this front and the Tigers will continue working towards Habit before long.>Expected a koteling experience like pic related
Definitely, i haven't seen any reports of SAA gathering at the Atshan/Sukayk front though.
I think just reaching the outskirts of Khan Sheikhoun (Tell As) will be sufficient to call it a kotel.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.431967&lon=36.589236&z=15&m=bs&show=/25995201/Tell-As
>The Syrian army has shelled the Turkish observation post in Morek town as rebel commanders are operating from inside it. >At the same time, rebels have shelled the Russian base in Tall Salba with no reports of casualties.https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/1136753387951837184
The report of the jihadis hitting the Russian base was prior to the report of SAA hitting the roach nest.
Eye for an eye.
>>224722>Big reinforcements of the Syrian army and Russian forces >and Russian forces
SSOs sent in to protect poor SAA lads? I fucken wish. But wait, Russian forces can mean Wagner's mercs as well as GRU. Interesting tweet nevertheless.>>224719>I think just reaching the outskirts of Khan Sheikhoun (Tell As) will be sufficient to call it a kotel.
Yeah, jihadis will have to evacuate through al-Tamanyia area in this case.>>224721
Khan Sheikhoun is a fucking nightmare to hold, given someone captures it from south-west. Loyalists do have to capture it from south-west. Agricultural works of VKS are not an option in this case, the city is too large. Tricky location to take.
>>224724>SSOs sent in to protect poor SAA lads
lel, no idea>Khan Sheikhoun is a fucking nightmare to hold, given someone captures it from south-west. Loyalists do have to capture it from south-west. Agricultural works of VKS are not an option in this case, the city is too large. Tricky location to take.
It will be a tough fight for sure you're right.
Let's just hope the same magic that happened during the capture of Kafr Nabudah happens again or the Atshan or even Morek front opens when the time comes.
Intense work of VKS is the magic. Terrain is tough, hope they'll plan the advance well after the front near Marhadah stabilizes.
Fucken Syrian conflict, makes me stay late night lmao
>>224727>Atleast 3 MBTs and loads of APCs have been used by the jihadis today.
My guess is these are Nusrat-driven. In this case they're literally showing: here, bomb these, we won't get anymore, so we're fucked after we lose these.
I think jihadis don't plan offensives like normal military. They say "oh my shahada dream" and push all the armoured stuff into the frontline with hope of killing many kuffar and dying in the process.
>Terrorists target Mharda, Jabin and Tal Melh with rocket shells, Hama countryside
Terrorist groups shelled citizens’ houses in a number of cities and towns in Hama northern countryside, in a new violation of the de-escalation zone agreement.
reporter in Hama said that terrorist groups positioned in Latamina town and its surroundings fired on Thursday rocket shells on the citizens’ houses and their properties in Mharda city, Jabin and Tal Melh towns in the northern countryside of Hama.
The attacks caused materiel damage to the properties.
The Syrian Arab Army’s units operating in Hama northern countryside responded to the sources of the rocket shells with artillery strikes and a barrage of missiles, destroying a number of the terrorists’ launchers , killing and injuring scores of them, the reporter added.
Later, reporter said that the terrorist groups attacked with rockets Hayalin town in Hama north-western countryside.
>Army units destroy dens of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in countryside of Hama and Idleb
An army unit destroyed with missiles command centers of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists in Maartherma town in Idleb countryside, killing dozens of the terrorists.
SANA reporter said that army’s artillery targeted fortifications of the terrorists in al-Latamina town in the northern countryside on Hama province, destroying their dens and killing many of them.
>>224730>My guess is these are Nusrat-driven
Yup these two are but there was an NLF (possibly jaish al izza) tank aswell.
Jaish al Izza are extremely tight with HTS, not moderate at all and often lends fighters to their offensives anyways.>I think jihadis don't plan offensives like normal military. They say "oh my shahada dream" and push all the armoured stuff into the frontline with hope of killing many kuffar and dying in the process.
That might be the thought process of your average jihad drone but the people in command are definitely smarter than that.
Food for thought: a reason SAA are having trouble is because they’ve opened up only one front, thus the Jihadis are able to group up their available manpower to defend just one area, whereas their defense wouldn’t be as effective defending multiple fronts.
Snus, serious question for you young guy. Why didn't you join academic institution so far? For example here, in Poland, your skills of analising the conflict would make you a great addition to our universities.
>>224734>That might be the thought process of your average jihad drone but the people in command are definitely smarter than that.
So why the fuck are they sending all their armour on an offensive they know will get countered soon like a good chess party by aviation and ATGMs? It doesn't make sense to me. Commanders are shahada-mode too.>>224736>a reason SAA are having trouble is because they’ve opened up only one front
Not really, SAA is engaged on many fronts. We're just following the main developments, but divisions from 1 to 7 are working from Aleppo, through Abu ad-Duhur to Jishr ash-Shugur.
Besides, the durkas have had years to prepare for this and all of the green bussed fuckers had to be fought in the end.>>224738
Eh, poor argument. Niggers everywhere, shit country, I get it. But come on, I'm a fucken Jim Lahey like drunk and I'm PhD since many years, you, with your age and skills, could make fantastic analisis of the syrian conflict, especially that we have amazing staff here.
Waste of talent. Did you read the bible? Probably yeah. There's this story about Jesus giving talents (gold coins) to three people. One burried it in the ground. Second invested it and lost it. Third invested and multiplied. Than Jesus comes and sayz: you silly fuck, you burried it in the ground, but you are ok boyz, at least you've tried to invest it, no matter you've lost. Wise story.
I don't believe these counteroffensives are just chaotic zerg rushes with no other purpose than "yolo lets get martyrdom and kill kuffars", i think they are putting all their chips in the area on halting the SAA with a decisive victory instead of fighting a retreating war only putting one tank on defense every third village or so.
It's a fool's errand but they basically have no other option than to strike big and if that fails, fight guerilla style with infantry and ATGMs for every village.
Maybe this is T*rkey's idea, i don't know, but they sure are desperate in their quest to keep the Hama salient from being liberated.
>>224742>I don't believe these counteroffensives are just chaotic zerg rushes with no other purpose than "yolo lets get martyrdom and kill kuffars"
These attacks are pretty much pointless assaults. What are they counting for, US intervention? They know they're doomed (commanders), they're throwing everything to Hama in hope US intervenes. Loos at TASS or RIA, they're publishing stories about jihadis planning chemical attacks everyday. The jihadi commanders cannot have any hope of overtaking Syria, it's retarded.
You might be right that it's Erdo's idea to play as much as he can, influence the situation and gain geopolitical lever following the success of jihadi advances.
>>224744>The jihadi commanders cannot have any hope of overtaking Syria, it's retarded
They have a hope of keeping their salaries.
Latest ANNA news report from capturing Qasabiyahhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJpd7WwMdfQ
Translated i might add.
>>224739>Not really, SAA is engaged on many fronts. We're just following the main developments, but divisions from 1 to 7 are working from Aleppo, through Abu ad-Duhur to Jishr ash-Shugur.
Really? Because if they're engaged on many fronts then why so little coverage of action on said fronts in a nation that has a spotlight on every bloody square inch? I mean there's Kabani and one day of shelling in Aleppo but that's it AFAIK.>>224743
Damn, I know this feel too well.>>224749>HEY LOOK !!>IT'S THE SEROK PANZER APO !!
>Developed by the most competent apoist enginiggers:>Highly reactive armour and latest ARENA like kurdish made system>Spongebob camo, to make it stealth and as visible as Batman the dark knight in the middle of the dark night
>LMAO HOW CAN TÔRKS EVEN COMPETE???
>latest titanium aerodynamic treads, as light as possible to make it the least air resistant as possible>very STRONG and performant steel composite reactive armor with the latest anti ATGM Biji-YPG smoke screen system that would make the M1A2 Abrams look like plastic toys>HIGH FOV 360° view system with the highly capable thermoghraphic camera absolutely not stolen from uncle Ammar's shop in Diyarbakir (in occupied KURDISTAN her biji biji azadi kurdistani, fuck fascist Tôrks, fuck you osmanlihilafet1453 don't ever talk to me or my gf's sons ever again)
>Made by oppressed KURDS, pls help KURDS they are fighting on behalf of Hûmûnity>HOW CAN FASCIST TORKISH ARMY'S L*OPARDS EVEN COMPETE???
>t. ypgay faggay
fucking PKK shits, KURDS>pkk untermenschen
Make many small grammatical changes to unimportant pages. Or maybe add something like coordinates to the pages of small Yemeni villages, that was how I was going to do it before getting banned for counter semitism.
>>224754>Wikipedia just isn't updating
Haven't seen any reports of stuff being recaptured yet.
I saw something but it’s a known (fellow) Ass*dist butt sniffer who I know. I assume they are making it up.
http://en.ypagency.net/109938/> HODEIDAH, June 7 (YPA) – The air defenses of the Yemeni Forces shot down highly advanced US-made spy aircraft belonging to the coalition in the sky of the western province of Hodeidah on Thursday night, a military official told Yemen Press Agency.> According to the official, the drone was “carrying out a surveillance mission on the western coast.”> He confirmed that the air defenses downed a modern hostile drone aircraft in Hodeidah province, which caused it to crash immediately.> The MQ9 was down by a surface-to-air missile” the official added.
not a street light
it's a ceiling 360° camera, the same ones you see in supermarkets
allows them to have a 360 FoV without bothering with multiple cameras+wiring
>>224785>grabs a fucking supermarket camera and puts it on a meme tank
Still it works.
>Battles for Syria | June 6th 2019 | Jihadi counter-offensive in Northern Hamahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rMCzzSjEMRc
>Jihadists using Anti-Tank Guided Missiles | First week of June 2019 | Idlib Front, Syriahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUIhmHRD-RM
>Russian forces withdraw from base in northern Hama after jihadist attack
BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 A.M.) – The Russian troops have withdrawn from their base in Tal Salba this evening after the jihadist rebels launched several artillery shells towards their positions.
According to a report from the front, the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham began hammering the Russian base at Tal Salba in northern Hama after seizing several sites from the Syrian Arab Army (SAA).
The Russian Air Force has responded to these attacks by launching heavy airstrikes over the Hama-Idlib axis; this has temporarily halted the jihadist shelling on the Tal Salba area.
The Russian military has a large presence inside the towns of Mhardeh and Al-Sqaylabiyeh; it is very unlikely that they will be withdrawing from these government strongholds, as thousands of civilians live there.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russian-forces-withdraw-from-base-in-northern-hama-after-jihadist-attack/
>Tal Maleh under control
- A field reporter minutes agohttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1136966368232951808
At the very least this place is posting at the speed of light, faster than 4sg at the very least.
>>224842>Az-Zahraa district NW Aleppo
Probably not an ammo depot since it's so close to the frontline.
>The opposition factions announce the start of the second phase of the battles against the forces of the government under the name of "al-Fatah al-Tahrir"
Jihadi in second pic somehow has 3 legs
this nigga says that RuAF is active again over over Hama and Idlib.
Pic is not from Hama by the way
>83 killed in battles between the regime and terrorists near Idlibhttps://twitter.com/AlArabiya/status/1136989024793563136
*Saudi news siteSo Assad can stay now according to Saudi?Or just hate for Turkish backed Jihadist?
Say what you want about units other than Tigers, but 4th is called armoured for a reason. Tough nut to crack for the jihadis.
Wonder what counter-measures they take against opponent with such large ATGM supply.
>"URGENT - we ask all those within close proximity to Maraat Al Numan to make their way to the national hospital to donate blood for your brothers on the frontline in North Hama"
Also similar message regarding Khan Shaykhun and Ariha
Seems the number of wounded is very high on the jihadi side.
>>224884>So Assad can stay now according to Saudi?Or just hate for Turkish backed Jihadist?
Probably a mix of both. Last year during this OPEC shitshow and Qatar blocade Saudis changed their approach to Assad.
They also hate on Turkey for working with Qatar and supplying different jihadis than they did themselves.
Who is supporting Huras ad-Din and with which group are they affiliated? HTS?
Yup, their leader is ex-HTS.
>>224887> Last year during this OPEC shitshow and Qatar blocade Saudis changed their approach to Assad.
I remember that. All that news about UAE and other Arab countries that follow KSA working to reopen their embassies in Syria. But didnt the Syrians reject any kind of support from KSA and refused to listen to their demand of getting the Iranians out of their country?
Check this out:>It seems that the "illuminated" #SaudiArabia supports not only #China against #Uyghurs, but also #Assad against civilians in #Idlib.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1137017797941309441
>didnt the Syrians reject any kind of support from KSA
Yes, Zarif I think? Syrian MoFA head anyway said they do not want to be friends with someone who ruined their country or along these lines. Can't remember the source tho
I'm not sure about the part with Iran, haven't heard about it>>224890
Thanks, that explains why they're driving SVBIEDs into SAA lines.
They had a scuffle during the HTS offensive against NLF in Jabal Shashbo but it ended with HTS promising to supply them with more arms.
Officially they're neutral with each others but the durkas on the ground are definitely friends.
>>224892>I'm not sure about the part with Iranhttp://iranpress.com/middle_east-i128258
Dont know how truthful it is considering the source but despite that would you say KSA might willing to forgo Iranian part as long as the Turks and Qataris are kept out of Syria?
>>224892>Thanks, that explains why they're driving SVBIEDs into SAA lines
All groups in Idlib are pretty much united and won't fight each other right now.
Also, the SVBIED was destroyed before reaching it's objective according to pro-SAA reporters.
My football representation playing tonight, gonna hit a pub with boyz
Thanks for keeping the war alive on the interwebz lads, always nice to talk about the conflict with fellow interested people>>224895
Lovely to see them being treated well))
>Idlib jihadists tell Tiger forces "if you are real men come fight us face to face with swords"
They already don't have the men to fight a war, wouldn't really be much of a conflict if they were in even smaller groups.
I don't think the quantity of jihadis is the issue for them, seeing as tons of the nations rebels were bussed there, it's the quality of the men that is lacking.
Most of them are too cowardly to fight until death in towns the size of Kafr Nabudah even with years of preparations of defenses and favorable topography.
is this the promise land?
Decent documentary showing how European arms shipped to KSA and UAE got in the hands of Abu Al-abbas jihadis fighting against houthis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tkUv2R97I-Y
btw why is Russia so cool with Turkey blatantly breaking the DMZ deal? What's their endgame?
Easy with the porn plz Snus.
>>224918>all reports Rebels captured village of Jamlah tonight are incorrecthttps://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1137091022708793344
>>224851>crowd funded intel
the absolute state of 4th gen wars
>Russia now has a clear justification for taking the Hama salient
Taking that into consideration, recapturing Jubbayn now seems like a waste of time, they should just reinforce the current frontline and go for Habit.
I’ll provide Shitmupdates when I get home and eat dinner.>>224811>>224812
Oh hi newfriend, never seen a Greek flag here before.
You know that's most likely one of 4/sg/ greeks?
Yes, I was just giving him a welcome here.
How's life treatin' ya man?
Done with dinner, I will now Shitmap>>224947
Much better than it used to, and steadily improving so far
I'll work Afghanistan afterwards. Thanks Pingu.
Also why come here of all places for this?
Thanks, I'll give it a try>Also why come here of all places for this?
because infinity chan is full of bullies, but bestiality/sg/ is full of frens, so I just thought I'd ask here (it's me, Nathan).
> Battles for Syria | June 7th 2019 | More images from Northern Hama - Idlib Fronthttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ds-iIkjn0pg
Hello Ebin. I am the greek guy that used to post on 4chan. I mostly lurk now
You could also try incognito mode as that automatically removes cookies for you.>>224988>what is an Apello>>225009
Well, welcome lad. Enjoy your stay here.>>225013
Not Mark m8.
Henlo everybody, are you having a good evening?
So i read Jamleh was briefly lost, recovered and:>Toward Tal Maleh from two directions, there are clashes. Launched by the SAAhttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1137445746393923586http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.315475&lon=36.505551&z=15&m=bs&gz=0;364874839;352865802;0;377892;319719;195447;553607;0;554037;1751
Pretty lame tbqh, but it shows just how desperate the jihadis are to distract the SAA from going to Habit.
Speaking of Habit:>Night air strikes on Nusra and co north of Habit (Abidin, Naqeer and so on)https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1137452344898142208http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.474301&lon=36.534348&z=14&m=bs&gz=0;365381240;354368969;25749;0;0;308336;9441;642408
Preparatory airstrikes or just nipping another jihadi strike force before it goes for Qasabiyah/Kafr Nabudah from the north? HMM
seems about right
Hello der Cartographer, allahu akber me and my houris are having a good evening.
Sounds good. Waste more jihadi on Jamleh/Tal Maleh with no own losses, or close to none.
Make them think they're distracting their habit, while wasting them. Then - advance on Habit as soon™ as possible inshallah. They won't be expecting this!
>Failed attack of Nusra and friends on Qasabiya.>The joint aviation continues to target the location of Nusra and friends away from the front lines.
Qasabyiah defences are well visible on ANNA vid, where there's a ATGM operator from SAA talking.
>>225136>unless they level al-Habit to the ground
That can be fixed, but yeah, i think they'll try to go north of Habit, to Abidin first.
There have been multiple pics of Russian Forces at the front amidst SAA troops.
The actual question is how much are they really doing?
I remember last week a tweet saying SOF did night raids; most likely ATGM teams or perhaps even sniper; protecting Suheil's boy toy from IDF strike, etc.
I would like to know.
>>225148>There have been multiple pics of Russian Forces at the front amidst SAA troops
Mortar team in Latakia and a couple of (presumably) wagner PMCs in Fawru, has there been anything else?
I dunno, i think they mostly hold defensive positions.
3 hours ago:>- Shelling/airstrikes on Zarbah, Zamar, Jazraya(South Aleppo)>- Clashes erupt at Zahraa district, Rashidin district, scientific research front, and Castilo road(all in Aleppo)https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1137846125753450501
The clashes are along the entire proper urban axis. I hope the SAA pushes them away from Aleppo proper and reopen the Aleppo-Nubl/Zahraa road.
Turkey and Russia have failed to reach an agreement on a ceasefire inside the Idlib Governorate of northwestern Syria, the Syria-based Al-Watan newspaper reported on Monday morning.
Citing opposition sources, Al-Watan said the negotiations stalled between Turkey and Russia after the latter asked Ankara to hand over the Jabal Shashabo region in northwestern Hama.
In addition to handing over Jabal Shashabo, Turkey would have to withdraw from its observation post in Sher Magher, which was allegedly a major issue for Ankara during the negotiations.
The publication said the goal of the negotiations was to secure the Hmeimim Airport in southwestern Latakia, along with the Christian towns of Al-Sqaylabiyeh and Mhardeh in northwestern Hama.
Handing over Jabal Shashabo would be a major blow to the jihadist rebels and the Turkish-backed National Liberation Front, as it would leave the Syrian Arab Army in prime position for a future offensive in Idlib.
At the end of June, Russian President Vladimir Putin will be attending a meeting in Japan with Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Donald Trump. Putin is expected to discuss the situation in Idlib and the need for a military solution to the jihadist forces there.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/turkey-rejects-idlib-ceasefire-terms-after-russia-asks-ankara-to-handover-jabal-shashabo-report/
>Four militants from #Damascus and #Homs provinces were killed by #SAA in northern #Hama>Three militants from #Daraa province killed yesterday in northern #Hama .>Up to 25 rebels from Daraa were killed by #SAA in the past few dayshttps://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/1137996936211062789
Yup, green busses are a double edged sword.
wikipedia states (using mainly the notorious source) that the KIA is over 1k now, when combining both sides.
That's - by feel - at least slightly higher than the average for Syrian War casualty rate.
I meant 4/5.06.2019 - 9.06.2019.
Overall no, it's not more than the usual. Raids are pretty deadly, but that's nothing compared to fights agains IS, or even against rebels in previous frontlines like Worst Ghouta, Halab etc
>>225218>but that's nothing compared to fights agains IShttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Central_Syria_campaign_(2017)
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm I disagree>rontlines like Worst Ghouta, Halab https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siege_of_Eastern_Ghouta
This war has incredibly low casualty rates
are those HP bars?
It is probably mentioned here, but my searchfu failed me, so I will do as the department of redundancy and post anyway. Just became aware of some week old news, that because it is good news have traveled slowly to my attention. The OPCW report on the "chemical attack" have finally been proven to be the hoax all reasonable persons knew it to be.
>Leaked OPCW engineering report concludes alleged 2018 chemical attack in Syria was staged
>Last year, the Working Group on Syria, Propaganda and Media (WGSPM) research group reported on alleged chemical attacks in Douma last year and elsewhere during the US-led proxy war for regime change in Syria.>Authors Paul McKeigue, David Miller and Piers Robinson have now examined a leaked engineering sub-report from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) confirming their exposure of propaganda concocted to support the war.>Taken together the findings “establish beyond reasonable doubt that the alleged chemical attack in Douma on April 7, 2018 was staged.” WGSPM conclude that staging this incident “entailed mass murder of at least 35 civilians to provide the bodies” at one of the locations.http://archive.is/aaSrAhttps://youtu.be/FLRQSfSKoJo
For reference, SAA troops are at 1097m: >>223498
Recent satellite imagery shows how the frontline probably is.
SAA positions are clearly visible under the red line and the jihadi positions are fucking obliterated.
>Turkish backed jihadi terrorists in battle of #Hama is saying “ In gods will we will revenge for Baghouz and Aleppo and Idlib…”https://twitter.com/RE_N_AS/status/1138571550653894658
He says whilst wearing the AQ/ISIS banner patch that has been increasingly popular in Idlib lately.
Really makes you hmm.
If anyone missed it, here's the ANNA news report translated.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AyATzjNTLz8
>A commander in Jaysh al-Izza (Glory Army) has confirmed his group will not abide by any ceasefire. "We are not stupid," he added.
>The leader of the Ahrar al-Sham Islamic Movement, Jaber Ali Pasha, has rejected the ceasefire and announced his group will continue fighting.
>Doesn't seem like the ceasefire even exists anyway, there's already been like 10 violations on both sides
Syrian Army captured nearly 200km jihadist-held territory in northwest Syria: map
BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) offensive in northwestern Syria has been nothing short of bloody; however, in the end, they have managed to seize a large chunk of territory from the jihadist rebels.
Since they lost their offensive in early May, the Syrian Arab Army has captured approximately 200 square kilometers of territory between northwestern Hama and southwestern Idlib.
Among the areas captured by the Syrian Arab Army since early May are the towns of Kafr Naboudeh, Al-Qasabiyah, and Qal’at Al-Madiq.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-captured-nearly-200km-jihadist-held-territory-in-northwest-syria-map/
still only leaked though.
One might want to perhaps naively hope that if the OPCW came out and officially anounced the chemical attack as staged (as Russia is pressing it to do) then by the grace of God perhaps the western media might mention the chemical attack(s) as fake. :)>>225377>ceasefire going into effect in northern Hama.
nice. so new FSA offensive inc, right?
#SAA advances since the start of the operation in northwest #Hama and southern #Idlib comparing the militants advances in recent week.
As it clear, the Syrian Army managed to liberated more important and strategic points in the area.https://twitter.com/A7_Mirza/status/1138922661453672451
I have spent an unreasonable amount of my time arguing back and forth with myself as to whether a US invasion of Iran would actually happen. Given that no one wants it and they know that it would represent the end of the mutt as a world power. But in the end Israel is playing the game again, they of course don't fucking care about the safety of a golem so long as it removes their enemies as it was forged to do. This golem will then be replaced by the new insurgent 'nationalist' Europeans that have aligned with Israel. The most important thing for the anti-Zionist to do in my opinion is to fight against pro-ZOG parties in Europe and the other areas where such policies are being pushed (Brazil) with all fervor possible.
War is going to happen, and it will be fucking incredible.
>>225480>War is going to happen, and it will be fucking incredible.
Iran when… ?
When the Iran War Starts will /SG/ cover it?
Don't Be so sure, Iran said They will wipe isreal off the map if they are attacked. the kikes are spooked.
I scream and cry like a little bitch.
nah dude, we will be too preoccupied with the missile attacks on Israel and the retaliation attacks by the IDF in Lebanon and Syria (and Palestine).
looks like assad with a monobrow and his final "ayy-lmao forehead" form
I'm not suggesting that war is immanent with this new horseshit, but i'm starting to become certain that it is the endgame.
Whenever Assad "drops chemicals again," I am fairly confident it's fake, like it normally is, but I don't have the same level of certainty with this one (maybe 70% rather than 98% sure).
Are there any arguments that we have apart from the fact that Iran doesn't have the motive, but Israel/US have every motive?
ie: Is there any hard evidence yet?
There is some stuff that is happening but it isn't the same so far as the gas attacks which were demonstrably and provably false from the information given by the people who wanted to shill it.
In this case it just doesn't make any fucking sense in any fucking way. Not that this is actual 'hard' evidence but it's more than just cui bono if only a little more. As we have seen the Iranian and Jew narratives both seem a little weird and obviously contradict each other, we should know the truth in a few days.
Of course it is however obviously a ruse and in my eyes cui bono is more than enough to be reasonably certain.
>Syrian army led by tiger forces just recaptured Tell Malah and Jibeen in north-western Hama countryside.
>Expect rapid advance in the area with towns to be captured for first time in years.https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/1139797214346092544
>Huge counteroffensive by Regime forces this morning aiming to retake Tel Milh & Jubayn in N. #Hama
Result: Total failure, 30 soldiers KIA & Wounded, 2 BMPs destroyed, 1 tank capturedhttps://twitter.com/ansariinkhandaq/status/1139795421570748416
No. Mutts released a video saying IRGC removed an Iranian mine but the owner of the ship (Japanese) says the ship was hit by some sort of projectile .
>U.S. Central Command said the two vessels were hit Thursday by a limpet mine, which is attached to boats below the waterline using magnets. U.S. Central Command released video it claimed showed an Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps patrol boat removing an unexploded mine from one of the tankers, the Kokuka Courageous.
>But on Friday morning, the owner of the 560-foot Courageous, said that sailors saw something flying toward the vessel just before the explosion and that the impact was well above the waterline.https://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/japanese-tanker-owner-contradict-u-s-officials-over-explosives-used-n1017556
Sounds like a missile, and knowing who likes to use missiles, I'm not sure I have a big enough thonk for this.
The reason for the explosion is ammo depots exploding is due to fires that reached the military zonehttps://twitter.com/allushiii/status/1139924372490264576
Syrian Army suffers heavy casualties in failed offensive in northwestern Hama
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a powerful offensive in northwestern Hama on Saturday that targeted the strategic hilltop of Tal Malah and the nearby town of Jibeen.
At the start of the offensive, the Syrian Arab Army was able to score a swift advance at Tal Malah after the Russian and Syrian air forces hammered the hilltop with relentless airstrikes.
However, the Syria Army’s success would not last for long, as a swift counter-attack by the jihadist rebels would force the government troops to withdraw west in order to avoid suffering more casualties.
According to a field source, at least five soldiers were captured during the attack and 17 soldiers were killed. Another 15 soldiers were also wounded, the source added.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-suffers-heavy-casualties-in-failed-offensive-in-northwestern-hama/
Syrian Army enters southwestern Idlib for first time since 2014: videohttps://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-enters-southwestern-idlib-for-first-time-since-2014-video/
Massive convoy of Syrian, Palestinian troops head to NW Syria for next offensive
According to a military source in Mhardeh, the Syrian Republican units from Aleppo and Damascus made their way to the Kernaz axis in northwestern Hama as they prepare to take part in the next Syrian Arab Army (SAA) offensive in this area.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/massive-convoy-of-syrian-palestinian-troops-head-to-nw-syria-for-next-offensive/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter
I pity those who do not live to see these sights.
>Clashes in Tuayan, Khadir and Rasm Kawm as Daesh this morning attack SAA positions in Homs/east of Suknahhttps://twitter.com/SyriaWar2/status/1140947462657650688
Welp, this is bad, can't remember seeing any activity in the Kawm area since the helitigers took it.
My memory of desert village names is rusty and i can't recognize any "Tuayan" (probably a bad translation) or find anything similar north or east of Sukhnah but the other two are north of Sukhnah:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.235244&lon=38.841305&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;388442230;351910655;102996;0;0;823071
This is weird as fuck, reviews at google maps.
Obviously trolls but the timing is eerie and it's their only reviews in Syria (oddly specific location since there's tons of other relevant places they could've picked).
So far north of Palmyra? Huh. Rats in the desert getting confident. I imagine fighting them is a pain in the ass but where the fuck do they come from, get food etc.
USofA launching starved, indoctrinated fags from Rukban? Are they robbing some tiny villages? Amazing there's still problem after all these years.
Fuck. Did you loose data too, or is the harddrive salvageable?
Hard drive is salvageable because what killed it is the charger port broke, meaning no more charging, ever. But I don’t think I have the money to get a new computer. They’re so fucking expensive.
At this rate, I’m definitely gonna end up like al-Irani…
>>226207>solder>implying I have the tools for anything like that
I appreciate the effort though.
Wish I could help out more. If you start a little go fund me I would gift a little donation towards a new computer for you.
Also Russia or Assad should seriously gift you a new computer given the quality of work you do.
I’d rather check my options first, something about doing things yourself until you can’t. I’ll consider it if all else fails though.
Hope you manage to fix your computer.
Must be on the Hama front: >>226115
I always wonder where these guys get thei ammo. I know that an AK is very very cheap in the third world. But watching these guys in a fire-fight it is very obvious they are doing nothing to conserve ammo. ISIS has been effectively cut off from traditional supply lines for over a year now and yet there seems to be no end to the ammount of 7.62x39 and rpg7 rockets. It really gdts the noggin joggin.
Most of it comes from eastern Europe (specifically bought by EU/US/Saudi/Israel/Qatar/T*rkey etc and transported to Syria) or captured from the SAA/Iraqi army.https://twitter.com/zly5555/status/1140812390411526144>ISIS has been effectively cut off from traditional supply lines for over a year now and yet there seems to be no end to the ammount of 7.62x39 and rpg7 rockets
They hid a lot that they got from previously mentioned sources in caches but we actually haven't seen much firefight footage from ISIS since they went insurgent again so it's hard to say if they're magdumping like usual.
There's also a lot of smuggling as per usual.
Ah, ok, so after this bloodbath they're pretty discouraged from escalating I guess.
of heavy casualties in Jalamah turned out to be true. Even bigger than expected for me. I thought a dozen, not 30 lmao. Eat the dirt jihadi fucks.
They're actually wearing Russian helmets and vests, de fugg
Christian NDF units got special russkie treatment i guess.
Any chance of roadmaps on the other shitmaps?>>223510
Interesting, Iran would have to do a lot of work on the Iraqi side since there's not even a dirt road there.
ID on that song?
Surrender Saudis, you are surrounded
>Syrian FM Walid Al Muallem for Al Mayadeen: If Turkey does not withdraw its forces from Syria, it will be an occupying force with no difference between it and the Zionist entity.
>- Turkey must stop training and arming terrorist groups.
>If Turkey complies with these matters, this would lead to a normalization of relations, God willing.
>I have set no conditions for Turkey, but laid the groundwork for the logic of the relationship between two neighboring countries.
Some footage from the KafrHoud/Jalameh/Tel Maleh fronthttps://youtu.be/7kej6x8iz_U
don't make the same mistake plus you can assemble one for very cheap granted you don' intend to do gaming on it
What option would the US be willing to pursue in response to this in your opinion?https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/20/iranian-media-say-revolutionary-guard-has-shot-down-a-us-drone.html
more sanctions or limited strikes(not specifically in Iran maybe in Iraq or Syria)?
>>226373>limited strikes(not specifically in Iran maybe in Iraq or Syria)
Iranian backed militias in Mayadin and Bukamal are expecting this to happen:https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1141757201217970178
I see. Interesting post from notwoofers regarding this>It is important to state that the garrison in the city is currently understrength, as 600 fighters recently went to Iraq. Syrian army personnel in the city have been withdrawn as well to go fight in Hama.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1141762698843213830
This reminds me what is the estimated strength of ISIS cells reported to be in that area?
It's not important to state or speculate in whether or not Bukamal is undermanned, it will not be under threat of anything other than airstrikes and US forces in the region doesn't have a proper reason to take the town.
PMU are on the other side of the border ready to help out if ISIS for some (((unknown reason))) would pop up magically with hundreds of technicals.>>226379
Haven't seen any reports about that.
Aye, doubt the US and allies will try to take the place. But what I find to be of interests is that would these cells avail the limited opportunity to fuck around as much as they can (most likely increased raids and IED attacks rather than full on assaults because I doubt they have such numbers and as you have mentioned PMU is ready to help out) in the ensuing confusion and degraded security situation after the strikes (of course assuming the strikes do take place here) hence the question regarding their numbers. Thanks for the insight though.
>>226390>shia population of Afghan dwindles
Gee, color me surprised.
sanctions most likely
if they wanted to strike they'd have done it with the tanker false flag
iran knows that they wont doing shit and are basically pushing them and exploiting their internal dissent toward their containment policy (trump doesn't want to spoil his re- election so he gotta tel boltoid to shut the fuck up)
vietnam and afghanistan didn't need more than one
Vietnam and Afghanistan, plus Pearl Harbor and the Lusitania took quite a few Americans dying.
I reckon a false flag to start war with Iran is gonna have to kill thousands of Americans, or even millions considering it would be starting WWIII.
"President Obama made a desperate and terrible deal with Iran - Gave them 150 Billion Dollars plus I.8 Billion Dollars in CASH! Iran was in big trouble and he bailed them out. Gave them a free path to Nuclear Weapons, and SOON. Instead of saying thank you, Iran yelled 'Death to America'.
I terminated deal, which was not even ratified by Congress, and imposed strong sanctions. They are a much weakened nation today than at the beginning of my Presidency, when they were causing major problems throughout the Middle East. Now they are Bust!
On Monday they shot down an unmanned drone flying in International Waters. We were cocked & loaded to retaliate last night on 3 different sights when I asked, how many will die. 150 people, sir, was the answer from a General.
10 minutes before the strike I stopped it, not proportionate to shooting down an unmanned drone.
I am in no hurry, our Military is rebuilt, new, and ready to go, by far the best in the world. Sanctions are biting & more added last night. Iran can NEVER have Nuclear Weapons, not against the USA, and not against the WORLD!"
whatever happened to his "maybe don't tell your enemy you plans"
remember the mutts that got arrested on their speedboat? USA claimed that it wasn't inside iranian territorial waters and later did a 180 and admitted that it actually was
this drone was inside their air space too, otherwise they wouldn't have taken the shot
Iranians aren't as unhinged as JewSA try to paint them
this is why trump called it off because he knows that when the official narrative will end up admitting that it did indeed violate their airspace, then his chances of being re elected will go down the drain
they even had another target inside their territorial space and delined to escalatehttps://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-06-21/iran-says-it-refrained-shooting-down-us-plane-35-people-board
they don't attack for no reason
Source or bullshit.>>226485>his chances of being re elected will go down the drain
They’re already circling the drain because the immigration crisis is literally Europe 2015 levels now under him.
I’m talking 100Ks across the border per week.>remember the mutts that got arrested on their speedboat?
Aye I do remember, what a shamefur dispray.
I knew the drone was in Iranian airspace because they comply with international law and they don’t start shit.
>>226490>Iran has established a joint operations room to inform all its allies in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Afghanistan of every step it is adopting in confronting the US in case of all-out war in the Middle East.>and Afghanistan
Hol the fuck up.
>According to sources, Iran’s allies will not hesitate to open fire against an already agreed on bank of objectives in a perfectly organised, orchestrated, synchronised and graduated response, anticipating a war that may last many months.
YES, I want to see this in action!
>Sources confirmed that, in case of war, Iran aims to stop the flow of oil from the Middle East completely, not by targeting tankers but by hitting the sources of oil in every single Middle Eastern country, whether these countries are considered allies or enemies. The objective will be to cease all oil exports from the Middle East to the rest of the world.
They wouldn’t hit allied oil sources, or halt their own exports because that would cut up their economy. I expect oil sanctions on the US imposed by Iran instead - do not trade oil with the Great Satan and his allies or we will halt your production for you - over just unilateral halting all oil flow in ME.
That would give the oil producers time to think about whose side they really want to be on.
>>226497>>226503>source was in article all along >>226495
We’re dumb fucks.
The 9th Division of the Syrian National Army is in northern Hama.https://twitter.com/ninth_brigade/status/1142099850089172992
J'ai servi dans l'IAF et j'ai détesté chaque seconde
les pilotes sont les ordures les plus prétentieuses et les plus pompeuses de tous les temps
Most importantly it will have to be an attack on civilian americans (since no pearl harbor tier shit is ever gonna hit the US military)
IDF two year mandatory service ever get close to anything airforce related, really?
Quite surprised they dont just keep you in infantry and armored barracks 24/7
Iran activated air defenses in Syria after learning of US attack: report
BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:30 P.M.) – The Iranian forces in Syria activated their air defenses after learning of the U.S. planned attack, the Russian publication Avia.Pro reported on Friday.
According to the Russian publication, the Iranian forces learned of the U.S. planned attack and prepared for their air defense systems for the confrontation.
Prior to this, a source from the Syrian military in Damascus told Al-Masdar that Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) had placed their troops on high alert near the border city of Albukamal.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/iran-activated-air-defenses-in-syria-after-learning-of-us-attack-report/>>226611
3 years for men
2 years for women
Heh but I’m thinking in the case of all our regional war against US it will go something like this:
Iranians send boots on the ground in Afghanistan to assist the Taliban takeover due to both having a common enemy. Govt flees because they’re already having a hard time against an insurgent group and are completely unprepared for fighting a well-equipped, well-manned, well-supplied, and fresh Iranian Army that is determined to kick NATO out of Afghanistan, leaving NATO behind to fight them alone like SAA had the tendency to leave Russians and Hezbollah behind to fight a Jihadi attack.
The Iranians will go in three prongs: north starting from Herat and going up along the northern section of the ring highway. South starting in Zaranj and going down along the southern section of the ring highway. A smaller central force starting from Zaranj and going for Farah then advancing through the central Afghanistan mountains via the central highway from Shindad-Chagcharan-Kabul highway. They then converge at Kabul while allowing the Taliban to pick off govt pockets within the countryside, and capture the city, and go wherever they are needed to secure Afghanistan. By the time they reach Kabul, they have already shredded most of the govt military/administration and the Taliban already controls most of Afghanistan after picking off isolated and vulnerable pockets by the end phase of the operation (capturing Kabul).
Your thoughts on what Pakistan would do in a hot war with Iran, Pingu? I can’t imagine they would just stand by and do nothing while a regional war with far-reaching repercussions happens right next to them. Especially since US has repeatedly tried to fuck over Pakistan and would be in a far better position to do so if they win.
how often do you get to interact with the air force as an artillery soldier?
I doubt that Iranians would ally with the Taliban openly. If anything, they might make some sort of non-aggression treaty and Iran might capture a buffer zone from the Afghan govt/NATO, plus provide the Taliban with intelligence and materials. Why would Iran care about capturing Kabul anyways?
The main regional target for Iran will be KSA and UAE
>>226630>Iranians send boots on the ground in Afghanistan
stopped reading here
boots on ground isn't even their MO look at iraq and iran, the troops they send are military advisor and the grunts are local shia
at best advisor but even this would be too much considering that ultimately, although sharing the same enemy, iran and taliban will never be strong allies and pakistan will reap all the political alliance benefits at iran's cost
iran won't bother investing in this relation with taliban without a guaranteed return on their investment plus they'll overtly associate with a terrorist organization which is something that'll hurt their international image, military advisors are easier to deny
don't you have anything better t do on a saturday evening than to look for cringe shit on the interne-
And they wonder why Iran has managed to shot that drone down.
Nice, but it’s a little redundant since they both fly planes into shit.
My bad, I got it from a pro-Taliban account so I assumed he was Taliban.https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1141808184048402438?s=20
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?