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>U.S., Taliban aim to firm up date for foreign force exit from Afghanistan
Upcoming peace talks between the United States and the Taliban will focus on working out a timeline for the withdrawal of U.S.-led troops from Afghanistan and on a Taliban guarantee militants won’t plot attacks from Afghan soil, sources said on Monday.
A seventh round of talks between the warring sides begins on Saturday in Qatar’s capital of Doha, where U.S. and Taliban negotiators have been trying to hammer out a deal to end to the 18-year-long war since October.
“Once the timetable for foreign force withdrawal is announced, then talks will automatically enter the next stage,” said Sohail Shaheen, a spokesman for the Taliban’s political office in Doha.
“We don’t need to wait for the completion of the withdrawal, both withdrawal and talks can move forward simultaneously.”
The focus of the talks has been a Taliban demand for the withdrawal of U.S. and other foreign forces and a U.S. demand the Taliban guarantee that Afghanistan will not be used as a base for militant attacks.
Two other main issues in the process are a ceasefire and talks between the rival Afghan sides - the insurgents and the Western-backed government.
But the Taliban have long refused to talk to the Afghan government, denouncing it as foreign “puppet”, and fighting has seen no let-up.
Two other sources with knowledge of the talks said the sixth round in May ended with unease on both sides, but since then informal meeting had taken place to work out what can be agreed on.
The U.S. special envoy for peace in Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, has also held informal meetings with the Taliban leadership in Doha.
“Based on my recent visits to Afghanistan and Qatar, I believe all sides want rapid progress,” Khalilzad said on Twitter.
Khalilzad, an Afghan-born American diplomat has been leading the talks to secure a political settlement with the hardline Islamist group that now controls more Afghan territory than at any time since being toppled in 2001 by U.S.-led forces.
About 20,000 foreign troops, most of them American, are in Afghanistan as part of a U.S.-led NATO mission to train, assist and advise Afghan forces. Some U.S. forces carry out counter-terrorism operations.
At least 3,804 civilians were killed in the war last year, according to the United Nations. Thousands of Afghan soldiers, police and Taliban were also killed.
Nevertheless, the Taliban leader vowed this month to sustain the fight until their objectives were reached.
In March, a draft agreement was reached on the withdrawal of foreign forces in exchange for a commitment by the Taliban to cut ties with militant groups such as al Qaeda.
A Taliban source said both sides were expecting some clarity and results on the prime issues in the new round talks.
“A ceasefire and intra-Afghan talks will not be discussed during the seventh round,” said the Taliban source, who declined to be identified.
Some Afghan government officials side fear the United States and the Taliban will strike a deal on the withdrawal of foreign forces, enabling the United States to get out of an unpopular war but leaving government forces to battle on alone.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-afghanistan-talks-idUSKCN1TP186
Doc, please. I know 40c is roughly equal to 100F. But 35c-40c is a typical summer day in AR. Now 45c is hot, even for me.
Based, more blood from the eternal perfidious mutt.
Can't be. Most likely one of his lackeys did that . W&B one is too based for some pityful small scale chimpouts.
>>227488>>227487http://www.xinhuanet.com/english/2019-06/22/c_138163218.htm>2019-06-22 04:14:55>Tunisian president admitted to military hospital over "indisposition"
are these two linked?
>BREAKING: #Tunisia President Essebsi has died (Algerian TV Ennahar).
He was 92, first elected President in Tunisia after Arab Spring. Health had deteriorated this week
So who's next in line for the presidency?
another jew/shabbos goy
is the weather frying your brain even more than it already is?
#Syria 🇸🇾: #Breaking The Turkish observation point was targeted by Syrian Government artillery for the second time today. Casualties among Turkish personnel were recorded after the second attack.https://twitter.com/IF_Asia_/status/1144316840077905920
Three Turkish helicopters entered Idlib to evacuate the wounded Turkish soldiers at the point of Sher Mghar in the countryside of Hama after being targeted by artillery shells. https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1144312493424222209
what's the average opinion of turkey in general and erdogay in particular
Turkish military: 1 Turkish soldier killed, 3 wounded in deliberate attack on observation point 10 in Idlib deescalation zone. Russia military attache was summoned in Ankara. Attack will be responded severelyhttps://twitter.com/asianewsteam/status/1144336435232665600
>what's the average opinion of turkey in general and erdogay in particular
since 2010 very negative after the Marmara incident and the recent comments and spat with bibi
>>227532>Russia military attache was summoned in Ankara
I'm gonna tell your mom on you!
ah yes, i'd have thought that he would be somewhat seen as a potential ally against gassad and iyy-ran (especially iyy-ran and their proxies) because i highly doubt they consider the gulf niggers and KSA to be anything else but "italy in WW2" tier of ally in a war against iran
which leads me to this question: what about KSA and the other arab statelets (bahrain, UAE, qatar) do the average jew fall for the "muh greatest ally in the region against the majoosi menace" "they wuz our friends"?
>>227534>ah yes, i'd have thought that he would be somewhat seen as a potential ally against gassad and iyy-ran (especially iyy-ran and their proxies) because i highly doubt they consider the gulf niggers and KSA to be anything else but "italy in WW2" tier of ally in a war against iran
Before Erdo went full cray cray relations were pretty positive. it's actually still a very popular destination for tourists and families (since it's cheap), Antalya in particular.
but now there's no chance for any reconciliation. too much bad blood. maybe if and when bibi is gone.
>do the average jew fall for the "muh greatest ally in the region against the majoosi menace" "they wuz our friends"?
nah, just seen as useful enemy of my enemy is my friend type of "partners". also any legitimization from them means government scores international good boi points they like to boast about.
thanks for the insights
#Syria: Horas Din-led Op. Room raided & burned down a Regime fortification on Atshan front (NE. #Hama) by daylight. 20+ Regime casualties, 1 captured & 4 Rebels killed.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1144333325047390208>>227538
#BREAKING: Turkish army is firing artillery at Syrian army positions in retaliation for an earlier attack that killed a Turkish soldier and wounded 3 more
Turkish army's began to shoot at the points from where the pro-Assad forces fired at observation point during the attack. At least 15 shots have been fired so farhttps://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1144350779622535176
letter reads like shitty YA crime novel
#BREAKING #NEW: Turkish Defense Ministry informed #Russia that #Assad regime will be punished ‘heavily’ for today’s attacks on #Turkish positions. https://twitter.com/NJGIntel/status/1144359104187641856
#Turkish artillery stationed on one observation point in #Syria's #Idlib province strikes back against fire from #Assad forces.https://twitter.com/Ozkok_A/status/1144359325999226881
>>227549http://www.leparisien.fr/faits-divers/qui-est-rachid-el-jay-l-imam-de-brest-blesse-par-balles-27-06-2019-8104887.php>> Pour l'instant, l'auteur de l'attaque de ce jeudi, un certain Karl F, 22 ans, apparaît comme partisan d'extrême droite. Une théorie que le spécialiste Romain Caillet précise toutefois analyser avec prudence. « Rien dans le document ne permet de faire le lien avec l'extrême droite », indique-t-il après avoir lu le courrier de menace écrit par le tireur et envoyé au responsable d'une autre mosquée dans lequel il annonçait son passage à l'acte.
they says that the guy was a """far right member extremist"""
>>227558>According to reports, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has begun mobilization at Hama airbase.
Unconfirmed reports that several aircraft also took off.https://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1144363815926190080
Early reports that another Turkish soldier has been killed tonight following death of a soldier in the area early on.https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/1144364892721426433
>-No strikes by the Turks. Likely intimidation.
-Syrian Air Force allegedly also in the air
-Two points were targeted by Turkish artillery during the exchange. Kareem and Qabr Fiddah.
-Rebels targeted the same area with grad rockets
-Turkish points at Morek and Maidan Ghazal hithttps://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1144367264172511238
Intense clashes continue in northwestern Hama as Syrian Army attempts to open supply road
EIRUT, LEBANON (3:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) launched a new attack on the key hilltop of Tal Malah, today, striking the militant defenses from the eastern part of the Mhardeh-Sqaylabiyeh Road.
Backed by heavy artillery, the Syrian Arab Army is reportedly engaged in a fierce battle with the militants of Jaysh Al-Izza and Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham at the western flank of Tal Malah and the nearby town of Jibeen.
No advances have been reported thus far.
The Syrian Arab Army has been trying to retake Tal Malah for over two weeks now; however, all of their attempts have been repelled by the militant forces.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/intense-clashes-continue-in-northwestern-hama-as-syrian-army-attempts-to-open-supply-road/
Fuck, that’s way too hot even for me.>>227490
How are you handling the heat?
just like with chronic depression
you learn to live with the pain
I am not itnerested in your nonsense.
Take your pills.>tfw psyhiatric evaluation in 3 weeks
are you trying to get a gun loicence?
You guys gonna watch day 3 of the /pol/eague today? /sg/ has a fair chance of making it to the next round, with how much chaos there is in their group.
Nah man, just a part of my therapy.
I might unironically need some pills.>>227941
Ye. I'm watching.
ah, i wish you a good recovery then>>227941
eh why not
i wonder if maghrebois' waifu is here
It will take some time tho. The amount of me being fucked in the head throughout my puberty and early adulthood is quite a lot, as I see when therapy advances.>>227947
Hmmm a lot of purple. I see why not. :^)
apparently he ordered his forces to attack turkish ships
don't know what type of fleet he has>inb4 he'll try to board the turkish ships with a fleet consisting of rapefugee boats
They seem to be super effective against euro navy.
Supposedly he also ordered the arrest of Turkish citizens. It'll be interesting to see how Turkey responds to this, since Haftar is probably just trying to save face for his failed offensive by blaming Turkish support to the GNA
>>227953>euro navy>a worthy comparison of the cCc REIS™ Kara Boga fleet>>227954
knowing how he went against SAA shelling i'd suspect he'll take a direct action on this if it escalates
holy shit javelins? that shit is so expensive that even USA can't afford the units trained for it to train with live ammo for all of the soldiers, only a select few can do
you people are reading too much into it IMO
Complete map of Syrian War: end of June update
#Syria: 55 days of N. #Hama Offensive summarized (+ main areas w/ clashes).
- SAA initial assault (31 days) reached S. edge of Jebal Zawiyah.
- Stalemate since Rebels launched c.-Offensive on Tell-Malah front 24 days ago, stopping SAA advance further North.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/complete-map-of-syrian-war-end-of-june-update/
Afghan MOD claiming that pro-govt forces have captured Bal Cheragh district in northern Faryab. Taliban are denying this claim.https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1143392969862582272https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1143578088787369985https://twitter.com/Natsecjeff/status/1143486484307165184
>#Taliban besieged Lal wa Sarjangal district in eastern #Ghor and called authorities there to surrenderhttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1140986477742084096
>According to pro Govt. media Khwaja Umari district is still under security threat. To make more clear-Govt. forces are in district center but surrounding is in #Taliban hands. Road to #Ghazni is under occasional firehttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1142113048611753985
>According to @hab_azizi #Taliban reached Taloqan suburbs and reported that people spotted #Taliban fighters 200 m from Takhar University building. This means that #IEA came from NE to perimeters of #Takhar provincial capital #Afghanistanhttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1144293299177558016
>Taliban militants appear to have launched major attacks in the district centre of the Deh Yak of Ghazni. Taliban also claim to have overrun the police HQhttps://twitter.com/Natsecjeff/status/1144652763281928193https://twitter.com/TGhazniwal/status/1144516262841790465
>Syria Statement from Turkish MoD:
- Assad loyalists fired three artillery shells at ob point #10
- No loss of personnel or military assets
- Use of communication channels with Russia stopped the shelling
- Preparations made to retaliate if shelling continues againhttps://twitter.com/WyvernReports/status/1145035082052378631
>unironically posting cringe
Chap must getting in on the years. Probably posts such things to seem hip with the young crowd.
>US looking into ‘different solutions’ to Turkey’s S-400/F-35 ‘problem’– Trump after Erdogan meeting
“[Erdogan] was prohibited from buying [Patriot systems] until he bought something else. And then as soon as he buys something else, everyone says ‘okay, you can buy.’ You can’t do business that way. Turkey has been a friend of ours…You have to treat people fairly. You understand that? You have to treat people fairly,” the US president said.https://www.rt.com/usa/462961-trump-erdogan-defense-issues/
he'll be high on confidence and think that he can pull of an attack on libya if haftar attacks his ships
Well do you think can pull it off?
i don't think it'll be above him to pull a meme strike à la israel from egypt to act strong
but i think it'll most likely go in the line of increasing supply output to GNA and maybe provide them with MANPAD to knock down a plane or two like they did with russia
Quite sure the Egyptians are on the LNA side. Doubt they would let the Turks attack them.> i think it'll most likely go in the line of increasing supply output to GNA and maybe provide them with MANPAD to knock down a plane or two like they did with russia
Sisi is far more flexible than assad and assad has bent the knee to more powerful players many times
all he cares about is staying in power even if it means sucking more dicks than morsi and mubarak combined
and if he can't be bribed/coerced into it i would think the turks will have to launch from northern cyprus
btw what's up with you people and golden weapons?
>>228174>Sisi is far more flexible than assad and assad has bent the knee to more powerful players many times all he cares about is staying in power even if it means sucking more dicks than morsi and mubarak combined and if he can't be bribed/coerced into it i would think the turks will have to launch from northern cyprus
I see. Thanks for the clarification.> what's up with you people and golden weapons?
Mostly decorative. Given in award ceremonies and such. Also Arabs love to buy that shit.
>>228177>Also Arabs love to buy that shit.
arabs and jews, they sure love their gold like crows attracted to shiny objects
I wish heggler and cock would release the shithole warlord special for us common folk
>>227978>tfw cannot shitmupdate because insufficient funds for a laptop (gotta save up as much as quick as I can) and because of this clusterfuck dead-end limbo situation>tfw iShit creates jpg artifacts on Districtmap despite being saved as png so no mobile shitmupdates either.
Thank God for this phone anyway.
It’s gonna be a good long while…. possibly 2-3 months unless something happens before then… Hopefully I’ll be out of this dead-end by October.
No, I don’t want PayPal help or anything like that, I want to fix this situation that I’m halfway responsible for creating by myself. I’ve got a plan, just gotta be patient and hope for the best in the meantime.
Don’t ask for details, I don’t want to reveal too much because we never know who may be watching.
But to the normal stuff >Taliban besieged Lal wa Sarjangal district in eastern #Ghor and called authorities there to surrender
This is actually big because that district is majority-Hazara.>According to @hab_azizi #Taliban reached Taloqan suburbs and reported that people spotted #Taliban fighters 200 m from Takhar University building. This means that #IEA came from NE to perimeters of #Takhar provincial capital #Afghanistan
Mark another provincial capital as contested. This is gonna put even more strain on an already-overextended ANDSF. I suspect the Taliban are prepping each and every provincial capital so when the time is right, they’ll launch a simultaneous country-wide offensive against the capitals in order to completely shatter the ANDSF and render NATO support a moot point since there wouldn’t be much of anything left to support unlike now.>Taliban militants appear to have launched major attacks in the district centre of the Deh Yak of Ghazni. Taliban also claim to have overrun the police HQ
Could be seeing another attempt to surround Ghazni like they have Tarinkot surrounded and under passive siege.
Such a passive siege has succeeded before in Kunduz, back in 2015.
MAP: distribution of control in #Syria 🇸🇾 on last day of June 2019
• #SAA: 114,764.4 km² (59.5 %)
• #SDF: 51,867.3 km² (26.9 %)
• #FSA + #AQ: 13,940 km² (7.2 %)
• #TAF: 9,039 km² (4.7 %)
• #ISIS: 2,118 km² (1.1 %)
• #IDF: 1,155 km² (0.6 %)https://twitter.com/ArabianaINTEL/status/1145379129405124609
Pro-militant media claiming it was burger coalition, pro-Assad media claiming it was SyAAFhttps://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/1145352490390622208
In the last 24 hours:
-PMU withdrew from al-Bukamal: gov-linked al-Watan newspaper.
-Hezbollah is withdrawing from Damascus, southern Syria: SOHR.
-US-le coalition resumes its airstrikes on Greater Idlib: Horas al-Din claims.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1145377934582124551
Sounds like a deal where Iranian proxies withdraw from borders of US allies in exchange for (?)
Trump would need to save face if he eases sanctions, so unless some bigger gesture happens I doubt it
I'm guessing Idlib, though it seems like too small a bargain as the US doesn't have much leverage there anyway
>Apparently, the #US strike has killed many #HaD scholars today:
>- Amr al-Tounsi.
>- Dhar al-Masir.
>- Doujana al-Jazairi.
>- Yahya al-Jazairi.
>- Hamam al-Souri (leader of Al-Qaeda in Syria).
Interesting that they track these groups but doesn't share anything with Russia and even have the gall to condemn Damascus for trying to crush them.
That explains the strikes, but why would Hezbollah and PMU give a fuck? Them moving makes some sense regarding Iran-US de-escalation of tensions
Some people are saying it's bs, just rotations happening, i have no clue though.
and once again cucksad wont retaliate
this is all so tiresome
maybe they wanna test if >>228306
really became active
Syrian Observatory: Rockets fired from Israeli warships targeting the vicinity of Damascus and Homs https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1145454770318192640
Rockets pass through Lebanese airspace towards Syrian territory.https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1145451229394456577
Confirmed reported targets:
- A missile was shoot down north of Al-Kiswah at a low, reports of civilian casualties.
- An #Iran|ian amunition depot was hit near #Jumrayah North of #Damascus
- A military position west of #Homs near the Lebanese borders was struck.https://twitter.com/AuroraIntel/status/1145454567548739585
Video documenting the course of at least six cruise missiles coming from the Mediterranean heading for military sites in the city of #Homs and the Syrian capital #Damascus.
>>228739>Super heavy losses today.
Source: dude just trust me
Eh, he's pro Syrian who usually writes >all missiles shot down
but who knows, looks relatively extensive to the usual mezzah/T4 airstrikes
don't remember IDF shooting from the med before, that's a first
>>228498>I'm thinking it's just Putin telling Trump in person about the groups in Idlib, whereupon the clueless Dotard got mad at his subordinates and scorned their inaction in the region
I think USofA just cuts loose ties. No use - done with em.
You faggots ever sleep?
I know I don't.
This same exact problem has occurred numerous times: most of Arabia during World War Jew, the Invasion of Greece in 1946, the Korean (((Police Action))), Guatemala during a La Sia takeover, the Vietnam War, Invasion of Thailand, Invasion of Dominican Republic, the Soviet-Afghanistan War, Nicaragua, the Persian Gulf (((Police Action))), Invasion of Panama, the Gulf War, Invasion of Haiti, the simultaneous Invasion of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
Last yet not least was the Kosovo (((Conflict))) in which the Killer Klintons were instigated by Soros & Rothschild families into pressuring NATO bombing strikes. The first locations destroyed were pharmaceutical & chemical plants, second were libraries & hospitals, third were schools, colleges, and universities. Entire region was crippled, this made it easy for "NGO's" to slip up and conduct abductions. Approximately 200,000 disappeared during this event though the actual number is completely unknown as city & hospital archives that survived were destroyed by NATO & Jew-S troops. Officially those raids were filmed & used for "peace keeping" propaganda clips. Unofficially the purpose was to destroy all civil records.
The (((War on Terror))) spread from Afghanistan to Yemen, then Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Libya, Nigeria, Jordan, and Syria. Behind most of this are the (((thirteen families))), yet in reality there are nearly 54 such kike families. This isn't a rabbit hole, it's much worse.
>be Haftar>suck at war>blame Turkey>start the bug hunt because of ithttps://twitter.com/mahmouedgamal44/status/1145530813930512384
Tho I am kinda grateful. It will be funyn seeing king roach operating on two fronts.
>Iraqi prime minister abolished the PMUs also known as Hashd al-Shaabi.
>It sounds good at first glance, but this actually means something else: this is complete incorporation of the force into the armed forces WHILE keeping its independent status. It maintains its leadership etchttps://twitter.com/hxhassan/status/1145757965783355392>>228947
I bet hizb is cooking something up
I can see an atgm ambush/repeat ofhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/January_2015_Shebaa_farms_incident
First of all, the force will still be headed, not by army generals who could assign them anywhere as individuals or groups but by "the president of the Hashd al-Shaabi" and "all the Hashd al-Shaabi formations will be affiliated to him", even if appointed by the CiC.
It does state that all previous names will be dropped and they'll instead be assigned military ranks. Then, rather meaninglessly, these groups will cut off their ties to those previous groups. If they wish to stay out, groups should operate under existing party & society laws..
This is simply an upgrade for the Hashd al-Shaabi, something that the previous prime minister was reluctant to give. A concession framed as a win.https://twitter.com/hxhassan/status/1145759639650361345
>>228989>I bet hizb is cooking something up
why would they put their asses on the line for a few dead civvies
they'ren't ISIS "a tooth for a tooth" type of guys
they don't need the extra publicity
I dunno, with all the Iran jibba jabba and related escalation they might be cooking something regardless
it'll amount to nasrallah farting in the elevator he's sharing with bibi before leaving it and bibi trying to convince the world that this is the proof that Rouhani shares the same ancestor with Hitler
-Yesterday the GPS jamming was reduced to allow the #US to target an HTS position in #Aleppo
-An entire Israeli squadron took part on yesterday’s attack on #Syria
-6 civilians were martyred
- #Russia might use this event to announce a step which was already being implementedhttps://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1145784478595538944
you can't have a more stereotypically shia name
just like if a russian was called ivan ivanovitch
in the ME region, the shia tend to name their children hassan and ali far more often than sunnis (also they use the name hussein but less often than hassan)
for example the leader of hezbollah is hassan nasrallah, and the president of iran is hassan rouhani
saddam hussein's first name (the one his parent chose for him) is saddam, not hussein
I thought you are a sandnigger? yet you bitch about hot weather so much.
Gerasimov talked with T*rk counterpart. Expect interesting developments in Idlob. I wander what the conversation might have looked like. "Let's fuck up the jihadis hiding in your OPs" said Gerasimov. "Hold teh fucken jihadi elements of the loyalists firing on TAF" said TAF general.
Also many civilians dead both in jihadi controlled provinces and gov ones in last 24 hours.
Personally I think these talks between RF and Turkey are important only for Turkey.
RF called for a trilateral meeting (with Iran in Astana format) so they'll probably want to push IRGC to do the dirty job in Idleb.
Turkey is now more of a problem than an ally.
Hopefully, violent solution will be forced on Erdoweirdo and friends. RF is pushing for it hard and I don't even have to say a thing about ayyran. If their diplomacy manages to force Turkey to stay fucking quiet, we'll see a mass op on Idleb. So lads, if you see convoys evacuating Turkish OPs or IRGC close to RF CPs - you'll know what's going on after the summit.
Personally I’d rather not have an opinion on this until after the summit is over and we start seeing the results of it.
Occupied Palestine™ is experiencing some LA riots tier shithttps://www.vox.com/2019/7/2/20679896/israel-protest-ethiopia-killing-teenager>Violent protests erupt in Israel over police shooting of unarmed Ethiopian teen>Israel is currently being consumed by violent protests over the killing of an unarmed Ethiopian Israeli teen, leading to turned-over cars, burning tires, and even a few injuries.
>An off-duty police officer killed 19-year-old Solomon Tekah on Sunday after the bullet he shot at the ground bounced up and mortally wounded the teenager. While the cop may be charged with negligent homicide, it’s clearly not enough for the aggrieved Ethiopian community of the Jewish state.
>Thousands of protesters took to the streets to express their anger. Demonstrators shut down 12 major junctions across the country, including in the large city of Tel Aviv, leading to huge traffic jams. “End the killing, end the racism,” some chanted. The protests have grown so big that in some areas, police closed down important highways.
JJ can we get the qrd?
>>229151>nig attacks policeman>nig gets shot by police>nigs cry discrimination>nigs chimp out
BLM in Israel basically
this place is doomed
lmao what's with the porn
They pretty much bought the entire country to a halt since they blocked all the main roads and intersections. half the country was in a traffic jam for 8 hours.
I'm surprised Arab Israelis didn't try something similar yet. Hez might wanna take some notes and ideas.
>are the liberals waking up to the ethiopian question?
The leftist SJW cucks in Tel Aviv are the ones encouraging and helping them.
pic related Israeli politician
>This is a young generation that grew up in profiling. Every policeman for them symbolizes the contempt they feel here in their country. in their home. Now they raise their heads. It's time. And all the respect for them. Who has listened to them to this day. Who counted them. Now we have to put an end to this racism.
how big is it and how long can we expect it to last?
>inb4 bibi says rouhani is the mastermind behind this
Reminder that the reason why we have those niggers in the first place is because the Mizrahi ultra orthodox party claimed that the Ethiopian apes are Jews.
they fucked us all
We are slowly becoming Italianshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Solomon>>229165
many people got redpilled today, they lost any sympathy they might had.
imagine actually spending millions to airlift Africans into your own country
Jews were supposed to be smart dangit
>1.75% of the population>17.5% of the youth population in jail> the rate of indictments against Ethiopian immigrants in 2015 is twice as high as their proportion in the population (3.5%). 8.5%).
>>229170>>229168>Since being transported to Israel, the vast majority of these Beta Israel transfers have struggled to find work within the region. Recent estimates suggest that up to 80 percent of adult immigrants from Ethiopia are unemployed and forced to live off national welfare payments.
 This struggle can be explained by a number of potential factors. Firstly, the transition from the rural, largely illiterate lands of Ethiopia to a highly urban workforce in Israel has proved difficult, especially when considering the fact that most Ethiopian Jews do not speak Hebrew and are in competition with other, more highly skilled immigrant workers. Nevertheless, the fact that the younger generations of Ethiopian Israelites, who have grown up and been educated in Israel and possess graduate degrees and more forms of formal training, still have a disproportionate amount of trouble finding work suggests that other factors may be at play, including potential racial or even religious bias, given that there has been debate over whether or not Ethiopian Jews should be considered Jewish in the first place.
Aliyah was a mistake
anyhow, back on topic
#Syria: artillery exchange tonight in N. #Aleppo province. Turkish Army striking area of Tell Rifaat & YPG/SAA shelling Marea & Azaz (pics).
#Syria: multiple incendiary strikes hit tonight Greater #Idlib. Photos shows SAA bombardment on #KhanSheikhoun with rockets filled in with thermite.
#Syria: village of Rakia (S. #Idlib) hit tonight by an incendiary strike. http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.503723&lon=36.578979&z=12&m
Nightingale tongues with some veggies are the best breakfast ever, period.
I'm really sceptical about the Israel/Iran confrontation, but some sources from US gov come clear that they will act agressive against Iran - and mind you folks, Iran will respond with limited agression, which may result it full escalation. I'd give it a 2% possibility.
Wonder how do they identify the foreign jihadi. Accent? Looks? Gestures?
Syrian Republican Guard graduates new class of shock troops: video
BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:30 A.M.) – The Syrian Republican Guard’s elite 104th Brigade has graduated a new class of shock troops in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.
According to a report from eastern Syria, the 104th Brigade’s new graduates are mostly comprised of Syrian citizens from the Deir Ezzor Governorate in eastern Syria.
Below is a video showing the new class of graduates from the 104th Brigade’s shock troops:https://youtu.be/thA8NPf_Uis>>229240
Iv'e been saying it for years. the whole thing is a circus show.
#SyAAF il76 flight from #Tehran to T-4 airbase #Homshttps://twitter.com/islamicworldupd/status/1146442819743158273
A hostile strike on #Syria is highly expected
Israeli jets noted flying about 30-40 KM away on a high altitude from the Syrian Lebanese borders.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1146411677656780800
#Iran reaches the Mediterranean as this year, the management of Latakiya port in #Syria will be handed to Iran.
Source: Today's edition of Vatan-e Emruz newspaper, Tehran.
Like Iran hasn't been "bitten" for at least 4 millenia))
Is /sg/ on 4chan dead?
If so can i move here
UAE is packing shit up and getting the F out of Yemen. Finally.
And i havent being active there in months
When i came back it was a cesspit >>229292
Didnt they lose multiple lecerecs there?
Yes, welcome aboard lad.
There goes half of the Saudi “coalition” inside Yemen. That just leaves Saudi Arabia - and mercs - doing the fighting now.
Refugees welcome borther.
Practically since Issam died.
Funny how things works.
this. we offer the swede as the honorary ficki ficki for the refugee.>>229367
even the trolls stopped caring jej>>229325>>229292
what even IS the situation in Yemen? hodeidah specifically?
Houthis keeps sending UAV to KSA teritory, they mostly shot them down. Some of them hit their targets.
AQ and ISIS sometimes shoot at each other.
>Considerable Syrian military reinforcements have been sent to north #Hama/#Idleb frontlines supposedly in preparation for more attackshttps://twitter.com/Dannymakkisyria/status/1147206096714686464
A couple of days ago the jihadis were warning the civvies in nHama/sIdlib to evacuate so it's unsure which side will be trying to advance.
Nice quality. But they should keep their surroundings blurred.
>>229739>~80 guys and 3 pick-ups>relevant
New changes in Security apparatus leadership in #Syria
1.Gen. Hossam Luka - Director of General Intelligence.
2.Gen.Nasser Ali: Head of the Political security
3.Gen. Ghassan Ismail: Director of the Air Intelligence
4.Gen. Nasser Deeb: Director of Criminal Securityhttps://twitter.com/Dannymakkisyria/status/1147822599277359105
>Maj Gen #Ghassan_Ismail is officially appointed as head of #Syria's Air Force Intelligence (AFI)
He's going all out…
>>229904>>230070>BEIRUT, LEBANON (4:45 P.M.) – Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad made a bold move this past weekend as he replaced long-time intelligence chief Jamil Al-Hassan.
>The source in Damascus added that this move likely comes at the request of Saudi Arabia, who is working to build an alliance in Syria with Russia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE).https://almasdarnews.com/article/assad-sacks-high-ranking-intel-chief-with-close-iranian-ties/>>230098>>230100
that's from few days ago
now they're threatening to escalate the protests if the cop who shot him won't go to jail
More changes in the Syrian security apparatus today with reports of two big moves:
1. Gen. Ali Mamlouk now Vice-President of #Syria (presumably for security affairs)
2. Gen. Deeb Zaytoun replaces Gen. Mamlouk as head of the National Security Bureau
The number of (reported) changes within the security apparatus in #Syria must be the highest in years, and has certainly surprised many, especially with all major Intelligence agencies/apparatus' leaderships being changed in such a small period of time.https://twitter.com/Dannymakkisyria/status/1148198961238499330https://twitter.com/Dannymakkisyria/status/1148201506769973248
why did the cop use a gun to neutralize him? is the israeli police too cheap to afford taser?
also>The ballistic report concluded: The policeman fired at the ground and the bullet returned from the ground and hit Salmon Tekke and caused his death
just like the cop claimed
can't flip fam the zim zam 2.0
>>230122>shooting on the ground knowing full well the possibility of ricochet in order to force someone to comply
this is inefficient on many levels>inb4 "i feared for my life"
anyways could you post some updates on how hard shit is hitting the fan and any major advancement (as in gaza strip rioting in support of BLM and bibi launching airstrike on them)
>>230124>this is inefficient on many levels>inb4 "i feared for my life"
cop version is they attacked him and threw stones at him, he also said he didn't wanna shoot in the air since it was a crowded residential neighborhood.
>anyways could you post some updates on how hard shit is hitting the fan and any major advancement
nothing happening atm. no new protests yet.
>as in gaza strip rioting in support of BLM and bibi launching airstrike on them
lel. no they aren't doing much rn either. bibi might wanna start something before the elections in September.
>>230126>didn't he have a new election recently?
yeah. couldn't form a government.
funny tho if the results won't be too different since last time it might happen again and we'll turn into Belgium.
>>230127>couldn't form a government.
how come the government isn't gridlocked due to this minority government?
it's officially a transition government
not a minority since he still keeps the same # of seats from the prev. gov.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirty-fifth_government_of_Israel
couldn't he rally some of the ultra orthodox to side with him?
is he really that isolated in the political scene
what does the average israeli thinks of the possibility to have infinite "transition" government?
>>230130>couldn't he rally some of the ultra orthodox to side with him?
he did but still wasn't enough mandates (needs 61). main issue was feud with Lieberman (Russian vote).
>what does the average israeli thinks of the possibility to have infinite "transition" government?
terrible, waste of time/money etc. kinda funny tho it's reaching such levels of incompetence.
>>230131>main issue was feud with Lieberman (Russian vote)
wasn't his stunt of dick sucking putin with the conferences about syria and larping during the victory parade enough?>kinda funny tho it's reaching such levels of incompetence.kinda funny tho it's reaching such levels of incompetence.
at least you get to brag about being the only democracy in the middle east with all the bells and whistles (while iran is outperforming you in government efficiency)
>>230132>wasn't his stunt of dick sucking putin with the conferences about syria and larping during the victory parade enough?
it's about the haredi IDF conscription. bibi want to cede and Lieberman want to force them to enlist. so orthodox parties won't sit with him but bibi needs him to have enough seats. hence, deadlock.
>outperforming you in government efficiency
don't think bibi minds it 2bh, he gets to stay as PM perpetually while pretending it's ain't his fault.
>>230134>it's about the haredi IDF conscription
ah yes i remember it, btw how come the yeshiva students units of conscripts didn't attain more popularity, are the haredi really hell bent on not doing their part no matter how accommodating the government tries to be?
also why not offering alternative non-military service like switzerland does? wouldn't that be the best compromise?
>>230135>are the haredi really hell bent on not doing their part no matter how accommodating the government tries to be?
yes, they rather go to jail.
>also why not offering alternative non-military service like switzerland does? wouldn't that be the best compromise?
there is one and most of them refuse to do it too.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sherut_Leumi
basically anything that isn't>studying torah 24/7
isn't good enough for them.
basically anything that isn't>studying torah 24/7
isn't good enough for them.
>yfw you realize they're overbreeding the average israeli>yfw SAA will end up outperforming IDF in 50-75 years through sheer soldiers/population ratio
boy that iran israel military confrontation will sure be the biggest war joke of this century
>>230137>yfw you realize they're overbreeding the average israeli>yfw SAA will end up outperforming IDF in 50-75 years through sheer soldiers/population ratio
seems about right
add arab/pali/Ethiopian population growth and things aren't looking so bright.
Malta can't come soon enough.
why not russia?
serious question, seems to be a big russian diaspora in israel so why not using this to set up a back up in russia
it's western enough, stable enough and can be isolated enough if you go in the siberian regions
>>228230>The Taliban overran Qush Tepa in Jawzjan province, Afghanistan.https://twitter.com/billroggio/status/11462285582
what is your endgame? why do you openly invite the desert people?
cbb to learn a new language and a new alphabet.
also my personal impressions of the local "Russian" (most of them are actually Ukrainian/Belorussian/Moldovan) population weren't very positive. seems like we got the garbage juice of the Soviet bloc.>>230145
maybe not such a bad idea.
#Syria: heavy airstrikes hit today area of #KafrHalab in SW. #Aleppo province.
S. #Syria: the Mukhtar of Yaduda in NW. #Daraa, "father" of reconciliation process in that area a year ago, was shot dead tonight. https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1148296211335696385>>230155
En toute honnêteté, je n'aime vraiment pas la façon dont ça sonne.
also it's way too fkn cold up there for a desertdweller like me who enjoys the sun.
I agree with ebin >>227362
40-45c here is nothing. I prefer it over harsh winters by far.
Finally got it to your head. huh?
Better late than never.
>>230156>heavy airstrikes hit today area of #KafrHalab in SW. #Aleppo province
huh, by Syrian planes (assuming the third pic was from that bombing)… that's odd.https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.055761&lon=36.871834&z=13&show=/1701427/Kafr-Halab
>>230161>thinking I care
Nope, not a bit.
My untermenschen untermenschoid countrymen chosen their future.
nah it's more like JJ getting lynched at the airport by the border control when they see his passport while screaming>there's no polish death camp reeeeeeee
>>230165>expecting polacks not to be good shabes goys
Doctor, doctor, please…
The absence of the rumors of my death would be greatly exaggerated if they existed. Good to see you fags still plugging away.
Howdy Burger Baker. How goes things?
Also I’m going to sleep after this post.
Oh and supposedly UAE left Yemen.
or well, atleast the troops i guess.
Opposition captures Atirah village
Opposition captures Burj al-Zahiyah
In total the opposition have captured at least 15 hills todayhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1148527070391218177>>230162>huh, by Syrian planes (assuming the third pic was from that bombing)… that's odd.
srry, that was from another run>#Syria: #SyAF L-39s filmed while performing today airstrikes on N. #Hama CS. https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1147956929156800513https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPKpJXNxQok>>230165
that's why I have a German passport :^)>>230211
Γεια σου αγαπη
τι μαγειρεύει αγαπητέ;
Σας χάθηκα (όπως πάντα)
>>230250>that's why I have a German passport :^)
can you actually speak german or are you like maghrebois with his>lastu>ghassab
>>230250>srry, that was from another run
Ah, no problemo, then it must have been the Russians.>Intensive work of RuAF over the last ten days focusing on ammunition depots, caves, tunnels and buildings used by militants outside the gates of villages and towns.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1148210469259423744
The "Incite the Believers" operations room aren't exactly known for their long lasting offensives, so i doubt they'll capture much more.
Overall i'm feeling positive about this, adds more reasons as to why Russia and SAA should continue their offensive.
>>230250>>230253>Rebels report gains as they seems to be trying to take control of Zahia hill top one of the highest points in #Lattakia countryside.
Attack is spearheaded by Turkestan Islamic liberation party militants.>>230251
no why tf would I know german
they hand out passports to anyone with German ancestry e.g grandmother/grandfather (and a few shekels).
I love german folk music tho (I can recite most of them perfectly but i'll get weird looks for humming "Wir lieben Südwest!" in public)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iniiXfJEwlYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdR6x3LXtuUhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXB7k1YFq6ohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kvx1jB86ZM
>>230255>no why tf would I know german
thought you said you had family in germoney that you visited
Yes.. my cousins. they know English and Hebrew too(yordim https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yerida
why would I learn German for them lmao.
make sense>Common reasons for emigration given are the high cost of living
oy vey>and disillusion with Israeli society.
taking into account muh iyy-ran dabbing on everyone, nigger chimpout, erdoroach flexing and bibi pretending to have the situation under control, this is an understatement
yes it's quite derogatory term and there's a lot of contempt for yordim. especially those who leave for Europe and Germany in particular("oy vey, how could you even think about returning to same place your family and 6 gorillion were gassed" etc. - holocaust complex.)
generally seen as traitors/disloyal/blabla.
>taking into account muh iyy-ran dabbing on everyone, nigger chimpout, erdoroach flexing and bibi pretending to have the situation under control, this is an understatement
yep, funny how Zionists demand complete loyalty for a shitty state that is in constant disarray/war/conflict/near-crumble.
>>Common reasons for emigration given are the high cost of living>oy vey
I know, I know.. the thing is, let's say, e.g. Sweden and Norway and Japan are expensive too. but you know, at least they get some value in return(quality of life/working public transport/way higher salaries etc.) here everything is super-expensive _and_ nothing works and most things sucks ass. so you end up paying lotsa shekels for the privilege of getting pelted with rockets.
so it's hard not to complain and wander elsewhere.
4 #SAA soldiers captured today in #Latakia mounts by opposition groups during a military operation.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148560130587398145
The Mayor of #Paris visited the French troops in Al Darbasieh area north east #Syria
He held talks with the #SDF militia officials trying to convince them to build more ties with the Kurdish National Council, in return they will gain more support from #France as he stated.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1148588896676208643
NEW - #UK & #France have agreed to increase their [covert & unacknowledged] troop presence in NE #Syria by 10-15% each.
@laraseligman reports, citing several sources.
#Italy is considering & several #Balkan & #Baltic states will likely contribute also.https://foreignpolicy.com/2019/07/09/britain-france-agree-to-send-additional-troops-increase-syria-us-withdrawal-uk/
>>230249>itneresting pattern of bombardment
Targeting movement of the jihadi elements on the main communication routes>>230250>>230246
Latakia front is a pain in the ass for years. Turkmens with access to Turk border and help rape loyalists bad all the time. Isn't it time for a little RF assistance on the ground hm? Maybe these raids will finally be casus barellbombus spetsnazus.
>>230260>here everything is super-expensive _and_ nothing works and most things sucks ass. so you end up paying lotsa shekels for the privilege of getting pelted with rockets.
You've got great homoparties in Tel Aviv tho))https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KFWSeoFGiYE
only white people can be racist
>>230255>I love german folk music tho>post prussian "shanty" tier music
>>230264> Mayor of #Paris
what kin of a fucking mayor leaves the city region let alone to a foreign country let alone a foreign country at war to visit soldiers of the state?>>230267> several #Balkan & #Baltic
the Russia protection tax is kicking in on the military side now too.>>230276
Ολα είναι καλά. Η δουλειά μου είναι απασχολημένη. Πηρα ΠΡΟΑΓΩΓΗ. Και εμένα μου έλειψες. Ελπίζω ότι όλα είναι καλά στη γη του λαού του Θεού.
Things are great Ebin, you still in the Rockies?
Hey man, I'm not trying to be rude either mate but those songs would rarely be considered folk songs, they are far too contrived and serve militaristic and propaganda purposes. They were most likely all written by men with the goal in mind of being used as a mean.
Stuff like this is far more authentic (even if more southern, since the further north you go the more prussian things get, meaning dull):https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03UdY1YNoCQhttps://youtu.be/8xFYPQGsyu8?t=258https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZ5VTUUtY7Yhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pitACxXRUq8
check out this radio livestream for example:https://www.br.de/static/radioplayer/player.html#/mediathek/audio/br-heimat/br-heimat-audio-livestream-100~radioplayer.json
(though it is night time irght now (br.de is bayerscher rundfunk a government run radio program)
I like those prussians songs a lot too but to call them folky is jsut off.
OK. That's it.
Yeah but laptop is kill and I’m stuck in limbo for the time being.
you should jump on the occasion to start building a pc since theres plenty things on sale this summer
>>230316>I like those prussians songs a lot too but to call them folky is jsut off.>song is in german>uploader is german>title says "german folk song"
hey that's good enough for me dawg. obviously i'm using a broad term for constitutes as "folk"/authentic. not like im an expert on this or anything. but yes, i'll take your word for it. and yeah I figured most of them are military/ww1/ww2 prop/marches by the lyrics. although some are much older.
anyway thanks for the recommendations mate, ill check them out.
german sounds pretty pleasant when sung.
>check out this radio livestream for example:
Είμαι χαρούμενος που προωθήσατε και κάνατε καλά. ελπίζουμε ότι κερδίζετε περισσότερα σέκελ.
για μένα όλα είναι καλά, χάρη αγάπη. για τη χώρα; Ω καλά, το συνηθισμένο
>#SyAF and #Russia|n warplanes dropped bombs on urban areas in Jisr al-Shughour.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148850784941072385
>#SyAF and #Russia|n warplanes dropped bombs on urban areas in Deir al-Sharqi.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148852869992464384
> #NLF destroyed a #SAA tank on #Latakia mounts with an ATGM missile.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148893975044136960
>#Turkish reinforcements have reached Southern Idlib.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148945215631310848
>#SyAF-#Russia|n airstrike on a building near Maarat Hurma.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1148946580462022656
#Syria: #NLF blew up with a #Kornet a tank in Jebal Turkman (N. #Latakia).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1149012970225229824
#Syria: huge #Russia|n airstrike shook tonight town of #KafrZita (N. #Hama).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1149015945471582209
📸 11th #SAA Martyr (#PT): “#Syria|n Rebels” savagely severed head of captive Border Guard Ibrahim Ahmad Barri (23) from #Aleppo, subsequently took pictures & published them on his own social accounts (FB & Instagram) via his phone to mock his friends & family members. #Terrorismhttps://twitter.com/ArabianaINTEL/status/1149012123537858567
BREAKING: #SAA is defending (Tal) Hamamiyat on #Hama – #Idlib axis during a new assault by militants on the vulnerable salient, destroying a minesweeper, a BMP, a Tank & a technical so far with #SyAAF/ #RuAF support. #Idlib #Syriahttps://twitter.com/ArabianaINTEL/status/1149017215179591681
How have I not seen a photoshop of this yet?
Infamous #Saudi jihadist leader critically wounded in Syrian Army attack
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 A.M.) – The infamous jihadist leader, Abdullah Muhaysni, was nearly killed on Tuesday when the Syrian Arab Air Force (SyAAF) bombed his position in northern Hama.
The Saudi national was critically wounded during the bombing, but he is expected to make a full recovery, opposition activists reported on Tuesday.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/infamous-saudi-jihadist-leader-critically-wounded-in-syrian-army-attack/
Muhaysni statement minutes after an airstrike which he unfortunately survived.
He bitches about the Russians and SAA making all sorts of threats and promises. Says he envies his bodyguard who was killed and wishes he could have been martyred.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhTuF-zcArI
Why is this village so important? Close proximity of Kafr Zita?
From what I see at topographic maps the village doesn't have any strategical importance, other than being on the way to jihadi stronghold.
Also what you guys think about capturing locations where TAF observation points are located? It seems smart, because they'd have either to work with SAA than, or evacuate deeper into jihadi areas.
nigga you live in Arkansas? Me too, I always laff at the eurocucks who bitch about the heat
Where in Arkansas btw? I'm in the Ouachitas
They got into the village in a counteroffensive around the time Kafr Nabudah was recaptured by the SAA too, let's see how it ends this time (judging from SAA's performance in regaining Jubbayn/Tal Malah they probably won't get it back without a proper offensive if they lose it).
The pocket maneuver on Habit-Khan Sheykhoun
is still possible without controlling this village, the SAA (or maybe more specifically the Russians) better get their fingers out of their asses and start a real counteroffensive soon.>>230403
Their goal is definitely taking Kernaz and then Kafr Nabudah, they tried but couldn't take Jalamah and Shaykh Hadid when they took Tel Malah and Jubbayn a couple weeks ago so they're focusing on another angle i guess.
They have a sweet defensive line to the east so i don't think they're just trying to capture the villages to bolster their defense.
The jihadi commanders know their only way of halting the SAA's advance is to launch counteroffensives, luckily they have tons of idio—*ahem* brave mujahedin ready to die for the cause.
>>230404>nigga you live in Arkansas?
oh non noono
Hundreds of Grad rockets have so far launched on pro-Assad forces in the northern Hama countryside by the rebels https://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2019/10-july-hundreds-of-grad-rockets-have-so-far-launched-on
… via @anasanas84https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1149058363440979971
Russian aircraft launched several air raids targeting the village of Hamamiyat in the northern Hama. https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1149060199287840769
yeah don't think they'll hold it for long
>>230407>The pocket maneuver on Habit-Khan Sheykhoun
is still possible without controlling this village
I think (when seeing this >>230412
part about RuAF activity) that under strong artillery shelling SAA withdrew from Hamamiyat in cooperation with RuAF targeting and eliminating the jihadi elements entering the village after SAA withdrawal.
If they really want to kotel the Kafr Zita stronghold, it's mandatory to control both Habit and more importantly Khan Sheikhoun. Habit seems reasonable, but Khan Sheikhoun is even bigger than Kafr Zita, so capturing it to kotel Kafr Zita seems pointless.
Better manouver would be cutting the M5 north of Morek, maybe after taking control of Sukayk or At-Tamaniya, so the approach from west.
>Their goal is definitely taking Kernaz and then Kafr Nabudah
Yeah, true, they it's obvious when you think about various approach axis they try, as you said Jalamah earlier, now on Kernaz axis. >They have a sweet defensive line to the east so i don't think they're just trying to capture the villages to bolster their defense.
True, pointless to give away great topo/geo advantage.>The jihadi commanders know their only way of halting the SAA's advance is to launch counteroffensives
And luckily their expandable human resources get smaller everytime they do so. Wonder when they'll run out of jihadis, honestly they seem to have endless peoplez.
#Syria: drone photo of the village of al-Hamamiyat in northern #Hama on the day of its capture.https://twitter.com/ThomasVLinge/status/1149066481742823425
The strategic hill of the village of Hamamiyat overlooks the important government-held towns with high concentrations of troops such as Kernaz and Jalamah
If the SAA cannot recover Hamamiyat hill in the near future then rebel operations towards Kernaz and Shaykh Hadid should be anticipatedhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1149062736564957185
Jesus the place looks like a paved road
>>230413>Habit seems reasonable, but Khan Sheikhoun is even bigger than Kafr Zita, so capturing it to kotel Kafr Zita seems pointless
Kafr Zita is a fortress i doubt SAA will try to attack from the west, tricky terrain favouring the defender.>Better manouver would be cutting the M5 north of Morek, maybe after taking control of Sukayk or At-Tamaniya, so the approach from west
IMO they should just go for Morek heads on like in the good old days.
>>230420>IMO they should just go for Morek heads on like in the good old days.
I just don't understand why they can't send some grads, BM-27 or BM-30, level the fuck out of the village and it's surroundings, prevent any reinforcements from the obvious locations they'll be coming and assault it with armour and infantry..
ADs on high readiness
Air strike is expectedhttps://twitter.com/CoolHuh_/status/1149063757387173889
#HTS s Iba' Agency also released pictures of #Grad rockets being fired towards the surroundings of "Tal Hamamiyat and its hill before its liberation". #NLF also fired Grad rockets before assault teams started storming.https://twitter.com/Martin_Zabel/status/1149073285658939392
Turkish source says Turkish Army entered Syria from Gaziantep.https://twitter.com/fuadhud/status/1149065123010678784
Which area? ES one or k*rdish?>rebel offensive, roaches invasion, air strike possibility
We're in here for a wild night.
>>230428>Which area? ES one or k*rdish?
Military vehicles belonging to the Turkish Armed Forces entered the Syria / Jarablus region from Gaziantep.https://twitter.com/haskologlu/status/1149045319449153536
Heavy Airstrikes on HTS sites in northen Hama .. #Syriahttps://twitter.com/MIG29_/status/1149078084932558848
Initial reports of a large explosion heard at Mezzeh Military Airport in #Damascus, #Syria - reports from locals and media that the explosion is the result of a "short circuit".https://twitter.com/BassamJaara/status/1149076190260551681
>Al hamamiyat under SAA. On the hill hamamiyat dozens of corpses of terroristshttps://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1149076892949078016
Wait, does this map imply there's Republican Guards, Liwa al-Quds, Tiger Forces, SAA and Russians in Kernaz? Da fugg :DD
>>230432>Just to confirm all of #humamiyat town and surrounding hills are under militant control, #SAA withdrawn/retreated from the areahttps://twitter.com/Dannymakkisyria/status/1149079871215288320>>230432
also afghans, hezbollah, nigerian shiite militias, autists in crusader helmets, zionist jews and Ayatollah Khamenei.
>>230430>Initial reports of a large explosion heard at Mezzeh Military Airport in #Damascus, #Syria - reports from locals and media that the explosion is the result of a "short circuit".
To beat the lousy reports
Regarding the fire near Al Mazzeh AB
It’s just a FIRE and it’s out side the AB perimeter, no explosions were heard no alert was given, Damascus is a place where oxygen exist.
The guys in the civil defense managed to put the fire down, and some residents helped too.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1149079197664628736
I’m in Colorado now lel. Looks like another potential hurricane heading your way to die where you are at.
>your thoughts on this comment?
My take on this is welcome back the multi-polar world with the chess playing great powers carving up their spheres of the Syrian carcass. Russia gets its bases, Turkey gets to pretend the Ottoman Empire is back, Israel is happy with a weakened partitioned Syria. The US is sitting on the oil in Eastern Syria (the Kurds are going to be a problem with Turkey though). Hezbollah seems to be withdrawing and Iran under threat. The partition of Syria is looking very much the plan and so we have:
Yes, let’s do it again. What a way to celebrate that 100 years ago we royally screwed the Arabs. But Assad should appreciate the wine, even if It has turned to a vile vinegar, and so a toast to his saviour that left him at least a remnant to rule.
But this is no victory for Assad, the powerful impose their will on the weak, like victors justice, no justice, no honour, and sows the seeds for the next war just as the victors of WWI had done one hundred years ago. Nothing learned, once again.
The multi-polar world may be better then a hegemonic world order, but it will still be ugly, if only slightly less so.
I’ve got other plans doc. Thanks for the advice though.
Dog blez Ameriga :DDDDD
4 killed and several injured in a car bomb explosion in the Libyan city of Benghazi in a car bomb targeting funeral of ex high-ranking military officer in Libya's Benghazi, says a military source.https://twitter.com/AlArabiya_Eng/status/1149302860225683456
SYRIA: Top HTS commander Abu Qasoura killed in North Hama today by SAAhttps://twitter.com/NewSyria4/status/1149296380877385728
Car bomb explodes at a funeral for the former Saiqa Force Commander General Khalifa Al-Mismari at Hawari cemetery in #Benghazi
Jalaa Hospital: Four killed and nine injured in the blast https://twitter.com/libyanexpress/status/1149307921018363904
Oppositions starts storming on Hamamiyat front again, N. Hama.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4E9SRAbA-OY&feature=youtu.be
Heavy losses of militants on Hamamiyat Hill and the village … At least 30https://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1149308785221152768
Video showing helicopters and warplanes and multiple airstrikes and bombings on Hamamiyathttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L1RkHS8E2hohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vYLfwrS_C0>>230541
well, it's JJ(the other one).
>>230540>realistically how many jihadis do you think they sent there
The storming force (not including artillery/ATGM/HMG support) probably wasn't much bigger than the supposed KIA numbers but hell i don't know.
Still, the numbers are way too low to be considered heavy imo.>>230542>it's JJ(the other one)
When does he lose his last strands of hair due to #AssadPutin stress?
>>230544>Still, the numbers are way too low to be considered heavy imo.
well looks like they're getting crushed atm
>When does he lose his last strands of hair due to #AssadPutin stress?
his JUST levels are unnameable >>230543>>230545>tfw I've been Jihadi Julian all along
>>230546>>tfw I've been Jihadi Julian all along
>>230546>tfw I've been Jihadi Julian all along
Londonistan observatory said 71 killed in the clashes on both sides so far https://twitter.com/aawsat_News/status/1149283544260390912
1. Extended footage of strikes on Hamamiyat, #hama by rebels yesterday.
2. HTS video showing a huge amount of artillery hitting Hamamiyat, #Hama yesterday. Ruins of the town, destroyed armor, and dead soldiers can also be seen in the video. >>230548
aye>Blast hits the church of our virgin lady in #Qamishli #Syria
Desthtoll not clear at this point.
Oh wow, no wonder SAA had to pull back. Jihadis really massed the artillery for this assault. Could be good though, Ruskies might've destroyed their Hama arsenal with a bit of luck and intelligence.
what a shitty song
>The militants have been downgraded to Hmamiyat last night and today , confirmed the loss of goat's army 106https://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1149426652159664128
The dramatic village confirmed friend, footage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDrd14cNgyM
Whose are those? Rebel or SAA?
They should just get on with the ground assault, take Kafr Zayta and make a long-time no seen pocket.
Latakia produces good tobacco, or at the very least it used to.
Lol looked it up, it's mostly made in Cyprus now
>>230708>Incite the Believer
sounds like a mixtape
Is there no better tactic than Groznying all of Idlib at this point? It seems inefficient as fuck
Not enough chechens for that.
Regarding the continues violations of the Lebanese airspace
Did the Israeli got the message after Sayd Nasralah speech?
As i said before the aerial aggression against #Syria and violating the skies of #Lebanon are coming to an end, just a little more time.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1149822199538360320
lel they showing off they got YPG uniforms?
i think last time i saw him on 4/sg was last year
ever heard of him since?
Fakeghrebois told me the other night that he still shows up, but the source is suspect
>A Spy Case Exposes China’s Power Play in Central Asia
In a top-secret operation earlier this year, Kazakh counterintelligence officers swooped in on a Soviet-era apartment block and detained a senior government adviser on charges of spying for China.
Months later, the authorities did something unusual. They allowed information about the case to leak in local media, a rare instance of open push back against Beijing’s growing influence in Central Asia’s largest and richest country.
The arrest of Konstantin Syroyezhkin—a former Soviet KGB agent accused of passing classified documents to Chinese agents, according to people with knowledge of the investigation—comes as Kazakhstan’s leaders struggle to balance a hunger for Chinese investment with fears of encroachment by their giant eastern neighbor.
“By making this story public, the Kazakhs are sending China a message—not to get too bold in Kazakhstan or go too far,” said Vasily Kashin, a China expert at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.
For decades after the breakup of the Soviet Union, Kazakhstan’s leaders have tried to juggle relationships with the West along with ties to their old paymasters in Moscow. But in recent years China has emerged as a new and powerful player in what is now a three-way balancing act.
Kazakhstan’s new president, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, elected last month after being tapped by longtime leaderNursultan Nazarbayev as his successor, has pledged to maintain the equilibrium among Chinese, Russian and Western interests. Mr. Tokayev is fluent in Russian, Chinese and English.
In a recent interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Tokayev described China as an important strategic partner. “We enjoy a very close relationship in the economic area,” he said. “At the same time, we’re developing our political cooperation.
But the arrest of Mr. Syroyezhkin, one of the former Soviet Union’s foremost China experts, on espionage charges exposes Kazakhstan’s growing unease over China’s clout, and its deepening sense of vulnerability sitting at the crossroads of Asia.
The country stretches from China’s western border to the easternmost reaches of Europe. It was here that Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the launch of his country’s Belt and Road Initiative in 2013.
China was one of Kazakhstan’s top investors last year, and people close to the government say loans from Chinese state banks and lending institutions to the Kazakh state have skyrocketed to tens of billions of dollars. But now Kazakh officials say China is trying to take advantage of those economic ties to boost its political influence, and they are trying to impose some boundaries.
The Kazakh Foreign Ministry has said China is an important partner in the Central Asian country’s attempt to balance relations with Russia and the West, but a spokesman wasn’t available to comment on whether China was taking advantage of its growing clout.
China’s Foreign Ministry didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
“China’s presence in Kazakhstan, the investments they’re making, it’s become a divisive issue, and fears are growing that they’re getting too powerful,” said Ruslan Izimov, a China expert at the Institute of World Economics and Politics in the capital of Nur-Sultan, which advises the Kazakh government.
Among other things, Beijing recently lobbied Kazakhstan’s government to allow Chinese security contractors to operate in Kazakh territory, according to one person with knowledge of the negotiations, a thought anathema to the Kazakh security services.
In some instances, Chinese businessmen have demanded holdings in Kazakh companies to keep up the flow of loans for big projects, the same person said. It is unclear how the negotiations progressed.
China responded to the allegation that Mr. Syroyezhkin spied for Beijing by describing it as a “piece of news created out thin air,” a foreign ministry official said.
The U.S. presence in Central Asia has faded. Moscow has tried, with limited success, to counter Chinese economic influence by exercising its longstanding political ties to the former Soviet state, but even Russian officials privately say they feel their influence in Kazakhstan waning.
The case against Mr. Syroyezhkin could serve as a warning shot. It is likely to be popular in Kazakhstan, where analysts say anti-Chinese sentiment is growing among some parts of the population because of China’s harsh crackdown on Muslim Uighurs directly across the border in China’s northwestern Xinjiang region.
As many as a million Uighurs have been forced into re-education and labor camps, which doesn’t sit well with Kazakhs, many of whom share cultural, linguistic and religious ties with the Uighurs. Some ethnic Kazakhs have also been interned in the camps. Nationwide protests in 2016 forced the Kazakh government to abandon plans to sell land to Chinese.
“The government right now doesn’t want to publicize its ties with China, because it’s a sensitive issue,” said Mr. Izimov, the China expert at Kazakhstan’s Institute of World Economics and Politics.
President Tokayev in his interview rejected suggestions that anti-Chinese sentiment was widespread, dismissing it as a relic of the past.
Yet while commercial ties with China are flourishing, accounting for a 12% of Kazakhstan’s total trade and growing, a chill has slowed some of the larger state-backed Chinese-funded projects, including plans for a light-rail system in the capital. A separate $27 billion investment program between Chinese and Kazakh companies has all but collapsed.
The case against Mr. Syroyezhkin, who holds both Kazakh and Russian citizenship, threatens to strain relations further. He was arrested on Feb. 19 in his hometown, Almaty.
People with knowledge of the investigation say it revolves around accusations that he passed secret documents to people associated with Chinese intelligence. Others familiar with the investigation say Mr. Syroyezhkin might also have received cash as payment.
In his role as a top adviser on relations with China, he counseled Mr. Tokayev, who was then prime minister, on negotiations with Chinese officials over the demarcation of the Kazakh-Chinese border. Mr. Syroyezhkin has written extensively on China and was considered one of the foremost experts on Beijing in the former Soviet Union.
Kazakhstan’s security agency couldn’t be reached for comment. Mr. Syroyezhkin and his defense team also couldn’t be reached.
China runs extensive espionage and intelligence-gathering operations across Asia, Europe and the U.S., where Chinese agents have used offers of cash and other rewards to recruit Americans to spy for them.
U.S. courts have convicted people of acting as agents for China, and Beijing has also run intelligence operations in Russia, a country it considers a strategic partner. In Russia and Kazakhstan, semiofficial Chinese think tanks play a role in reaching out to people viewed as potential assets, followed by requests for information and promises of cash.
“It’s a standard practice for them when working to recruit agents, and it works in Kazakhstan as well as anywhere else,” said Mr. Kashin, the China expert at Moscow’s Higher School of Economics.https://www.wsj.com/articles/a-spy-case-exposes-chinas-power-play-in-central-asia-11562756782
he can't distinguish the different resident poles or burgers
poor man's flak 88
>Four-Party Joint Statement on Afghan Peace Process
The text of the following statement was jointly released by the Governments of the United States of America, Russia, Pakistan, and China on the occasion of the Four-Party Meeting on the Afghan Peace Process, held in Beijing on July 10 – 11, 2019.
Representatives of China, Russia, and the United States held their 3rd consultation on the Afghan peace process in Beijing. China, Russia, and the United States welcomed Pakistan joining the consultation and believe that Pakistan can play an important role in facilitating peace in Afghanistan. Pakistan appreciated the constructive efforts by the China-Russia-US trilateral consultation on the Afghan peace process.
The four sides exchanged views on the current situation and joint efforts for realizing a political settlement to advance peace, stability, and prosperity of Afghanistan and the region. The four sides emphasized the importance of the trilateral consensus on the Afghan peace process reached in Moscow on April 25, 2019. All sides welcomed recent positive progress as the crucial parties concerned have advanced their talks and increased contacts with each other. All sides also welcomed intra-Afghan meetings held in Moscow and Doha.
The four sides called for relevant parties to grasp the opportunity for peace and immediately start intra-Afghan negotiations between the Taliban, Afghan government, and other Afghans. They re-affirmed negotiations should be “Afghan-led and Afghan-owned” and further agreed that these negotiations should produce a peace framework as soon as possible. This framework should guarantee the orderly and responsible transition of the security situation and detail an agreement on a future inclusive political arrangement acceptable to all Afghans.
The four sides encouraged all parties to take steps to reduce violence leading to a comprehensive and permanent ceasefire that starts with intra-Afghan negotiations.
The four sides agreed to maintain the momentum of consultation, will invite other important stakeholders to join on the basis of the trilateral consensus agreed on April 25, 2019 in Moscow, and this broader group will meet when intra-Afghan negotiations start. The date and venue for the next consultation will be agreed upon through diplomatic channels.https://www.state.gov/four-party-joint-statement-on-afghan-peace-process/>>230775
>Hamameyat - a major defeat for terroristshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hu0cs7E22w
>Battles for Syria | July 10th 2019 | Jihadi advance in Northern Hamahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvKAH0l6yeI
>Kurdish guerrilla attacks | June - early July of 2019 | Southeast Turkeyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZfyGLPz_0i8
He did recognize some of us tho, including me.
hmm looks like they brought survelience plane too.
>>230791>watermelon's crib's economy dwindling>well fuck that, let's send some more shit to Idlib for non-recurring loan
As noticed by @PetTheGreat1, this #FSA group in #Daraa has never carried out operation, but has, so far, spread statements.
So there are 2 alternatives:
- the statement (not the attack) related to the ied is false and the group is noth behind it.
- the group is now active.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1150151849254752262
Well so much for Trump promising no sanctions over the S-400 purchase.
He literally said the US needs to be unpredicatble all the time during his campaign yet people still have the audacity to act surprised; as if you expect a rock to rise instead to fall one day and complain when it doesn't
Inter-NATO sanctions are the new black))
C'mon bruh, this is the SDf we're talking about….
i wish i had weed
i would've laughed even harder
In the name of G*d et cetera
We happily accept bombed Ruski vehicle in Daraa
We didn't mean that - Russians are not our enemies
Our main enemies are Iranians and regime and whoever supports them
We didn't do this
Iran is responsible for the bombing
That's the basic shit. Either FSA is fucking retarded (ho ho who knew) or someone fucked up the translation.
Wake me when Turkey starts moving brigades/divisions to the border.
and truth be told, i don't think the s400 will make the roaches magically do something to back their words up when it comes to actions disturbing the all seeing burger
Just saying, the kurdomens would become part of the SAA or le ebiq gorilla foighters by now if 50 tanks started rolling in.
>>230860>bombed Ruski vehicle in Daraa
I only saw some disturb asphalt though>That's the basic shit. Either FSA is fucking retarded (ho ho who knew) or someone fucked up the translation.
could be both tbqh
It’ll be a guerilla insurgency. Case in point, Afrin.
Also I agree, Turkey will sit on their hands because they have too much to lose.
The uniforms looks cool though, not gonna lie
There's some fag parade in France now, honestly none of these cocksuckers can compare to your average SAA in terms of being a soldier.
Bunch of fucking fags. Never got a 120mm fired at themselves, not even a fucken bullet. Yet they march like veteran and champions, while your average Ahmed had more combat experience than them. Drives me fucken nuts. Motherfuckers.
I understand Legion Entrangere folks marching with them, but that literaly 1% of the people taking part it the march.
It's fucking retarded.
If Assad is so great then why hasn't he written a great work of literature yet, entail his great ideals for his life, Syria or better mankind, huh?>>230911>World Cup coming up next year again>it is gonna be even worse
No, niggers should be banned
No noise outside, do you live in a hood?
You should be proud, Doc.
More divegrass glory for the Republic! ;^)
Hezzies, must be it
Snus could you mark Al-Ghab plane on the map for me please?
>This morning Turkey shelled Menagh, Ayn Daqna, and areas near Tel Rifaat.
A short time ago Tel Rifaat began to get shelled again.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1150759865293389829
>Other areas attacked by Turkey nearby: Sheikh Isa, Tel Madiyek, Beluniye, Um Hosh, and Semuqe. No casualties in those locations but damage to residential buildings.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1150775853112025088
The hill overlooking the town is at ~120-150m elevation difference, so it's control is a must if SAA wants to take the town.
Another important place is the city of Morek - without controlling it (and it's mountaineous surroundings) entering Khan Sheikhoun seems impossible.
Few buckets of paint and it's like new.
Meanwhile houthis still btfo saudis.https://twitter.com/BarzanSadiq/status/1150790522312806405
It's interesting how US losses it's global influence, when we see France proposing Iran's mediation with KSA on Houthis.
Pretty sure that hill is the tell in the middle of town though:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.443619&lon=36.646593&z=17&m=bs&show=/26755566/Tell
The buildings will cover the western entrance of the city from the hills on the eastern side of town so a storming is definitely possible granted they stay on the main road from Habit.
and get a ton of RuAF support of course…
Russia ramping up its presence in the eastern Med to intensify the #Syria campaign:
#ВМФ Project 21631 #Кф Caspian Flotilla Buyan M class corvette Uglich 653 (x-022) armed with SS-N-30 / Kalibr 3M-14 land attack missiles, transited Med-bound Bosphorus en route to #Tartus #Syriahttps://twitter.com/YorukIsik/status/1150817747942748165
>Iraq has decided to export Iraqi oil to Syria
CNN: US intel increasingly believes UAE tanker MT RIAH forced into Iranian waters over the weekend by IRGC. UAE isn't talking. US says tho no contact with crew. Last location Qesham Island https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1150866661483962368
Syria: video showing Latakia's main power station after blast heard in the town tonight. The power outage of the entire city of Latakia due to technical malfunction in the main transformer station.
>>231040>forced into Iranian waters over the weekend by IRGC>muh magic majoos mind controlling muh poor sailors
looks like annuda chernobyl in latakia
Major-General Suleimani told Putin that Syria is the last trench of the eastern front and if lost, the West will not lend any importance to Russia
Since when Shadow Majoos can talk with one of the most important people on this planet?
This guy should fucken hang, cause now there's 2 Nusrats fags finishing their Shahada course and getting ready to board their hourismobile on the way to Tell Malah.
I mean if the 11th div is about to start an assault on a town it shouldn't let my mother know about it.
If any random guy sees it and can translate it he should be quiet about it as well.
But oh well Syrian conflict, Allahu ackbar to all sides for our entertainemnt.
>>231086>The roaches could redeploy the TFSA out of Hama to SDF territory as a reward for the S-400 system.
I'd like to sum up Turkish pseudo-operational capabilities using their TFSA with this short video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTdTqcLXZgU
For real, they've been massing armour, artillery for a really long time, they're surely capable of launching a large scale op, not even necessarilly moving the N Hama jihadis, they could use fags from around Tal Rifaat supported by their spetznaz.
All in all - plausible, yet still a 2% possibility.
The best indicator of TAF assault on N Syria will be stop of USofAF drone surveillence. And start of RuAF A50/drone activity in the area.
If I see that on hohol, flightradar24 or Twatter, I'll be quite sure possibility of TAF assault rises significantly.
After all - diplomacy dictates action nowadays. I'd like to see TAF break away from that scheme (mind you would be fun if they assault on the day USofA sanctions them) but it's still a few % possibility.
Anyway removing the fence (actually a quite solid antibijiwiji wall) is a political/diplomatical step towards US eventually RF. It's not a military step, so let's keep that in mind lads.
>>231086>The roaches could redeploy the TFSA out of Hama to SDF territory as a reward for the S-400 system.
One more angle: it's not in RF interest to further desintegrate the territorial integrity of SAR even if it means some pointless offensive and more 40 y/o FABs being dropped on some random towns.
The decision to launch an op on US-backed militants by a legitimate state may yield much more serious consequences than an ad hoc coalition holding these areas. I don't buy it. Have fun following the sitution folks, I've got stuff to do :-(
>>231088>they could use fags from around Tal Rifaat supported by their spetznaz
A bunch of said fags are in Hama right now.>>231093>it's not in RF interest to further desintegrate the territorial integrity of SAR
Scaring the k*rds into submission to Damascus is definitely in their interest.
>SyAAF, RuAF air raids on Jaish al Izza sites in northern Hama CS.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1151047840241790976
>Air raids on TIP sites in Jisr. Artillery aims at TIP sites at Ghassaniya, west of Jisr.
RuaF air raids on Nusra sites in northern and northeastern Maarat Numan CS.
RuAF air raids on Nusra sites at Khan Sheykhun.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1151053214860632065
>Video: The SRG ambushed a militant group last night as it prepared to attack the army's points on the Habit axis, eliminating several militants and confiscating a vehiclehttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1151072295605145600>Heavy artillery shelling from both sides>Large number of gov troops deployed to Jurin with many tanks and rockets>Constant flight of Russian recon aircrafts
HTS and the other factions bring lots of reinforcements to the villages and are on high alert expecting an offensive soonhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1151066271993212928http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.572030&lon=36.336250&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;362688732;355007884;898647;0;0;1150720
Oh man, amphibious Tigers???
recipe for disaster
It's more of a meme, but let's connect the dots, Russia did send armored amphibious vehicles over to Syria recently and if the Tigers want to cross the orontes river in the Ghab plain they'll definitely need to use something to gain a beachhead.
Soleimani talked Putin into intervening in Syria back in Aug/Sep 2015 IIRC
Reckon Jabal Shashabo is the main target, I refuse to believe SAA will stop after flanking it from three sides.
It's about damn time for the SAA to pull something spectacular off.
Armed groups targeting the towns of Tel-Hawash and Hamirat in the north-west of Hama with a number of rockets and army forces responding to the launch sourceshttps://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1151178539053592584
>Militants groups break up the # Bait al-Barras bridge in the north-west of Hama, which connects the army's control areas with the control areas of armed groups in the area.https://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1151183641445371906
Bait al-Barras is definitely thishttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.575145&lon=36.347805&z=17&m=bs&show=/29800879/jisr-beit-ar-ras
Closest undamaged bridge from between SAA and HTS territory is here though:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.546134&lon=36.340816&z=19&show=/39106206/Bridge
Maybe "Beit al-Barras" is this entire row of buildings along the river: http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.554993&lon=36.347280&z=15&m=bs&gz=0;363420438;355338327;147199;0;145483;0;180244;140379;180244;140379;64802;406753;0;435724
It's the only explanaition that makes sense anyways.
Blowing up that bridge seems like a futile attempt at stopping the SAA though, as they can just follow the roads up north from Huwayz…http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.537115&lon=36.368437&z=14&m=bs&gz=0;363405418;354996005;200843;0;33473;52405;0;468035
Top three black circles are previously destroyed bridges, the bottom one is the one i assume is destroyed.
If true, it means there are no more bridges beyond Huwayz until you reach Qarqur:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.737282&lon=36.317968&z=15&m=bs&gz=0;363162946;357280499;0;0;1716;168600
The tweet was some butchered english but i think i managed to piece it together.>Today the #SAA began advancing towards Tal Malah in #Hama CS but the operation was called off due to an "imminent truce"https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1151218885598822400http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.305775&lon=36.519670&z=15&m=bs&show=/12806926/Tal-Malah
I'm thoroughly confused and hope this is just a cope due to their "surprise" being found out ahead of time and cancelled: >>231078
I saw this, it's pure nonsense, there's no bridge there.
>large military reinforcements of the Syrian army reach the fronts of the northern Hama countryside
Damn, finally a green light!
Bet boyz: sunrise of 17th is mine guess.
Better not be another tease. I am just about to not be able to take another "this time for real" anymore>>231120
If Tigers can airborne why can tigers not amphibean?
When does the sun set up in Syria? Around 4am it's light enough to fight right?
Dunno, there’s a road to Qarqur on the other side of the canal(?). If SAA has enough ambition to secure both roads to Qarqur by capturing the Ghab plains from both north and south, it won’t be overstretched nearly as bad.
Speed is crucial though, and plenty of RuAF support/recon.
Oh hey it's the camp we've been looking for forever.
So Ivans found it?
Where was its location then?
- 4 platoons of #SAA's Tiger Forces "Tarmeh Regiment" will be deployed in Northern #Hama (1st pic).
- SAA's 8th and 11th Divisions have reached the front (2nd pic).
- Liwa al-Quds is being deployed to Abu Dhuhur.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1151388941473538048
Meh, another day or two>>231324
At least Tigers and Liwa al-Quds have a long history of arriving right where the big operations happen.
>>231325>Seems these vehicles have been here for some months
Somewhere in the Hama salient, i think it's in Khan Sheikhoun but can't pinpoint it.
Absolutely agreed, last time that was their only supply route they got fucked hard from the sides.>>231277
Can't secure the ghab without seizing the mountains to the west and east, i refuse to be believe the SAA would be this stupid.
al-hole in the fucken tent :DD>>231333>Can't secure the ghab without seizing the mountains to the west and east
Yeah, that's just suicidal. On the other hand Latakia is stuck as fuck. Fighting TIP so close to Turk border seems very hard - if not impossible. Only solution? Still N Hama meatgrinder, Morek, Habit, Kafr Zita and so on. Least equilibristic, yet most legitimate.
Shame that Suheil's Art of War Without Orientation Loss Era came to an end.
Later mountain chains of S Idleb - Jabal Shahshbo, al-Zawiyah mountains and finally Ghab plain (with some Latakia action too).
>>231337>al-hole in the fucken tent :DD
lmao>Latakia is stuck as fuck
Apparently they shelled Zuwaiqat yesterday >>231175
so i wouldn't give up hope just yet.
But yeah, looks like Hama is the most likely target: >>231192
Series of unrelated (IS & not-so-ex-jihadis) bombings all across Syria this morning:
>Multiple casualties among soldiers in a bombing targeting a SAA military patrol in the area of Yadouda in the North West countryside of Daraa
>Explosion of a motorcycle in the neighborhood of "Guiran" in the city of Hasaka
Units of the Syrian Arab army responded to attacks by Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists on civilians in Hama northern countryside, targeting, through artillery and rockets, their gatherings in many villages and towns of Idleb and Hama countryside.
Reporter said that the army units carried out precise artillery and rocket strikes against fortifications and dens of Jabhat al-Nusra in Idleb in the surroundings of Ma’ar Shourin and Khan Sheikhoun, destroying their dens, killing and injuring a number of the terrorists.
The reporter added that the rocket strikes of the army targeted regions where terrorists of the so-called “al-Hizb al-Turkistani” are present in the surroundings of Ghassanyiah to the west of Jisr al-Shoughour and Latamneh in Hama countryside.
The army operations ended up with destroying the fortifications of terrorists and inflicting them heavy losses in personnel and equipment.
i'm surprised he's still able to sit like that
>The aviation targets fortified positions of the Nusra in Al-Amiqiyah, Karkur, Duwayr al-Akrad and Tal Wasat in the al-Ghab Plainhttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1151420678350020609http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.640418&lon=36.326809&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;362606334;355892717;1299476;0;830841;735336;599098;1534090;0;1322282
Duwayr al-Akrad is not in the Ghab, rather it's in the kurd mountains, east of kabaneh.
Elite brigades, fought a lot of defensive battles against IS in Raqqa, Aleppo and DeZ provinces.
Wonder if they fucked up the bridge in Qarqur with these sorties.
It's a dam and has strategic importance in the future so i highly doubt it.
>Two rockets just landed on #Aleppo city
>3 people have been killed at a restaurant in Erbil including the Turkish vice-consulhttps://twitter.com/ConflictsW/status/1151459927673778178
NLF are accusing the PKK of doing this by the way.
Video of Jaysh al-Izza training camp in actionhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZaqoFWLpwU
According to Within Syria this is right next to an IDP camp. Lots of shots showing the surroundings so this should definitely be localized but i don't believe the russkies could be unaware of this camp.
Oh, title says it's in northern Idlib.
Lot's of refugee camps there, let's see.
Hmm, far north, rarely bombed areas. Ruskies should hit it, if they knew about it. Maybe they will soon.
>>231401>>231407>this fucking camp
I swear to G*d, it's so fucking tiresome trying to fimd this fucking place.
Initial and Unconfirmed:
Huge explosions inside Khmeimimhttps://twitter.com/no_itsmyturn/status/1151596034608513024
other source claims on rocket attacks on Khmeimim AB #Lattakia #Syriahttps://twitter.com/no_itsmyturn/status/1151597177858396165
Yep, could be in T*rkey…
When was it first shown anyways? Maybe the IDP camp and buildings are built recently and doesn't show on outdated maps?>>231411
Could just be shelling…
>>231410>Huge explosions inside Khmeimim
Guess you change "inside" for "above" and it's true.
>Heavy clashes with heavy weapons The center of the village of Sardani in the plain of the Gaab in the western suburb of Hama in conjunction with heavy artillery and missile shelling targeting the area of engagement and its surroundingshttps://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1151602420599926785
Can't find Sardani so i assume it's a shoddy auto-translation of Sirmaniyah.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.721465&lon=36.281877&z=15&show=/22748004/Sirmaniyah-Sermaniyê
I'll give it a shot
>Very violent clashes on the axis of Kabani in conjunction with the intensive bombing from an hour and so far from the camp of Goren on the seam points in the hills of Kabani
>>231422>camp of Goren
Man i wish somebody o didn't just post auto-translations was on twitter by now.
Russian warplanes bombard the village of Doir al-Kurd in the western Hama countryside
Russian warplanes bombard the village of Sarmani in the western Hama countryside https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1151605786625413120
nothing from notwoofers as of yet.>>231432
so just artillery strikes and air raids?
>RuAF night air raids on TIP and Nusra sites from Jisr down to the Al-Ghab Plain.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1151609148544622593
>>231435>so just artillery strikes and air raids?
I hope not…
In the morning hours we'll hear that 5 SAA guys died and 30 jihadis died in air sorties, following their ride and much equipment including 2 AKMs and 22 7.62 rounds were confiscated from the nusayiri.
>>231418>Kabani will be taken only by coming from behind
So uhh, if they're going via Sirmaniyah then the road there looks like this.
Absolute insanity and i doubt it will happen.
And let's be serious for a moment using a laptop!
Newest SANA reports:>Iraqi defense Minister, Syrian Ambassador discuss war against terrorismhttp://en.ortas.gov.sy/index.php?d=100187&id=61935
>Al-Rastan celebrates the first anniversary of liberation from terrorismhttp://en.ortas.gov.sy/index.php?d=100187&id=61936
>Lavrov: US and some Western countries attempt to prolong crisis in Syriahttp://en.ortas.gov.sy/index.php?d=100187&id=61933
And honestly I'm impressed by Pantsir capabilities of intercepting these tiny rockets, good defence system.
Syrian rebels say Moscow deploys ground forces in Idlib campaign
Russia has sent special forces in recent days to fight alongside Syrian army troops struggling to make gains in a more than two-month assault in northwestern Syria to seize the last opposition bastion, senior rebel commanders said.
They said although Russian officers and troops had been behind front lines directing the operations, using snipers and firing anti-tank missiles, this was the first time Moscow had sent ground troops on the battlefield in the campaign that began at the end of April.
“These special Russian forces are now present on the battlefield. The Russians are intervening directly now,” said Captain Naji Mustafa, spokesman for the Turkey-backed National Liberation Front (NLF) coalition of rebel factions.http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2019/07/18/Syrian-rebels-say-Moscow-deploys-ground-forces-in-Idlib-campaign.html
>>231412>When was it first shown anyways?
Around mid 2017 I believe.
SAA tried to cross the canal around Jurin, into the Ghab plains. Car was hit by ATGM https://twitter.com/7__alm1/status/1151791721828798464
>>231545>SAA tried to cross the canal around Jurin
With a car? Nah, there's no indications that they tried to cross the canal.
Yeah took a quick look and there's no way to pass it with a technical https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5OSHzxfWaf0
Those pics are from Hama city, the river is wider there.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.138177&lon=36.746290&z=18&m=bs
It's still not passable with a car (hence the destroyed bridges), but we'd hear a lot more on twitter than just one ATGM'd car if they tried to cross it.
dindu nuf..wait we are 6th on list, well carry on.
Something interesting happened in Idlib moments ago according to SMC… fucking teasehttps://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1151830005040762880
>a major convoy of terrorists was destroyed, several terrorists surrendered to the army ,,, several positions of terrorists were destroyed ,,,, a nice day for the armyhttps://twitter.com/nm79797979/status/1151840571260100608
So, i'm guessing this is what they're talking about.
It's fucking nothing.
Video of a group of jihadists surrendering in Idlib/Hama:https://www.facebook.com/378842819313254/videos/491373424963888/?t=19
Nothing too massive but it could be the start of something bigger.
Video of the ATGM hit:https://youtu.be/T9QTe4pQfxM
It doesn't look like 5km though, so i suspect the ATGM was launched from some of the houses along this road which is in SAA territory on fan maps but probably not under SAA control in reality:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.642929&lon=36.281018&z=15&m=bs&gz=0;362960386;356225935;21886;0;28324;34883;0;126272;15878;298556;2574;440123
I've seen ATGM strikes similar to this in the Jurin area before.
They do have several defensive lines on this front though…
Who has the high ground?
Well villages are a bit up on a hill. Lots of ATGMs will fly, soon.
Yeah that means >>231583
they've got the eastern outskirts of Jurin under control, or at least it's no man's land.
That also means the Iranian observation point (a bit south) should be able to scout the area the ATGM was fired from, even by binoculars.
Unrelated, but guys is there a way I can turn that gay fucking cartoon off in the bottom right corner? It's pissing me off all the time.
part and parcel of using this website
It’ll go away, eventually. Let them have their fun.
>>231595>they've got the eastern outskirts of Jurin under control, or at least it's no man's land
Exactly what i'm thinking, no man's land, incredibly sloppy work by the SAA.>Iranian observation point (a bit south)
Supposedly it's a Russian obs. point but i don't think it's anything special.>should be able to scout the area the ATGM was fired from, even by binoculars
Doubt it, it's a long ass row of buildings they're hiding in and we don't know exactly where the launcher is. I should try to locate exactly where the truck was blown up to get a better idea.
>>231601>I should try to locate exactly where the truck was blown up to get a better idea.
I'll give you a hand and chill with the mapz after a long tough day!
did you have hope that something were to happen?
AHAHAH You naive fool.
How many more times do you have to be disappointed before you finally realize the futility in this gay warß (rhetorical question)
This website is built on shit code.
Whenever I try to navigate this site while on the road on my phone, I have to refresh by going through the catalog again, and then look till I find this thread again.
I sometimes forget that this really is a horsefucker fetischist site, till I have to do that and almost vomit when I see the 10th sexualized pony.
I swear the location of this thread on this site has contributed to possibly some quality posters from 4/sg/ being turned off and go somewhere else.
To avoid the unnecessary disgust and a possible mental disease I just bookmark every next thread - they last long enough so you don't have to change the link to the bread often. Works for me.
>>231608>To avoid the unnecessary disgust and a possible mental disease I just bookmark every next thread
It's quite impossible they were shooting from the Grain Silos right? The difference in height seems about right, but distance over 7kms is quite unrealistic, or is it, with a Kornet or TOW2?
Too many buildings and trees in the background, plus no construction sites.
I'm thinking it's somewhere further up north but i'm giving up.>>231613
Video says it's a kornet.
IISS also confirmed it in 2018 Balance
In good resolution by the way, it's quite spectacular https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=904_1465960577
I've seen the video before, never paid any attention to the launcher before though so it surprised me that the jihadists have such advanced weaponry (the EM model was introduced in 2012). Guess that's the price you pay for selling it to the gulfniggers…
Found something interesting, maybe some of you like it.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF21hR0PgbQ
Hmm burgers supposedly shot down a majoosi drone.
Drone for drone,huh?
Cool, will give it a go, thanks.
but with electronic warfare (they claim) which is pretty cool tbqhfamalam
>>231631>Guess that's the price you pay for selling it to the gulfniggers…
You never know, in 2015 Iranians reverse-engineered the E model, so probably EM too. Maybe it was looted from some give-me-a-brand-new-T90-and-I'll-just-leave-it-on-the-battlefield-untouched tier Fatemiyoun?
My bet in on gulfniggers too anyway
A50U is up from Hmeimim (turned GPS off soon after takeoff)
Ah ok, RuAF is doing lots of sorties and there's plenty of TAF drones in the north, it makes sence.
You’re posing this question to the guy that had a sizable mutt folder saved to his hard drive.
Surprise ISIS attack results in several Syrian soldiers killed
BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS/Daesh) carried out a surprise attack against the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) in rural Deir Ezzor this morning.
ISIS began their assault by ambushing a number of Syrian Army soldiers along a road in the Badiyah region of the Al-Mayadeen District.
This ambush by the Islamic State in the Badiyah region of Al-Mayadeen resulted in several Syrian soldiers being killed and wounded, a source told Al-Masdar News.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/surprise-isis-attack-results-in-several-syrian-soldiers-killed/
Latest ANNA News>ENG SUB [Syria] Russian planes eliminate terrorists || Drone videohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nVK9uOuD6_o
#Breaking| #Hezbollah and #Iran Revolutionary Guards members were killed in an airstrike by an unknown aircraft on a Popular Mobilization Forces camp in #Iraqhttps://twitter.com/aawsat_eng/status/1152183540831989760https://twitter.com/AlArabiya_Brk/status/1152177718236241926
Unknown fighter jet bombarded a #PMF “Hashd al Shabi” depot near #Amrle, #Salahadin province - Reports
#Iraqi Army confirms; Unknown drone bombarded #PMF base near #Amerli, #Salahadin Province.https://twitter.com/BarzanSadiq/status/1152183827382624257
Update-1: the U.S. has denied its responsibility for the airstrikes on the PMU.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1152227833219100675>>231762
yeah he had press conference where he denied everything
he's a giant douche regardless
I hope he's implicated
>>231764>where he denied everything
let me guess
'I did not have sexual relations with that woman'>he's a giant douche regardless
how so? i mean compared to other israeli politicians
>>231771>>unilaterally withdrew from lebanon>deserted SLA
aren't these good from average israeli perspective? i mean the battle was lost already and it was just a question of cutting costs>>Ze'elim B Cover-Up (Five members of Sayeret Matkal were killed in an exercise on November 5, 1992. IDF Chief Ehud Barak who commanded and watched the drill did not offer any help, and took off from his place in his helicopter without taking any wounded, In two interrogation procedures, Barak gave conflicting versions.)
pretty bad, surprising how he's not in jail for that, the IDF must be really corrupt>had a child out marriage with a girl IDF soldier
oh nononono, he fell for the israeli thot psyops
but all in all how is it bad from your perspective? not that where he puts his dick impacts you in any way
>>231772>aren't these good from average israeli perspective?
Most Israelies supported it thanks to a giant media/leftist PR pushhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Mothers_(anti-war_protest_movement)
nowadays most people realize it was a huge mistake, just look at how powerful hezbollah has become. a few sniped soldiers every year would have been an easy price to pay compared to what's coming (and 2006).
same thing with Sinai and Gaza.
How did Saadat say:>"To speak frankly, our land does not yield itself to bargaining. It is not even open to argument. To us, the national soil is equal to the holy valley where God Almighty spoke to Moses - peace be upon him. None of us can, or accept to, cede one inch of it, or accept the principle of debating or bargaining over it."
Ceding territory in the NE for whatever reason is the dumbest, cuckest thing imaginable. Israeli leaders were simply too cucked and retarded to realize that at the time.
>surprising how he's not in jail for that, the IDF must be really corrupt
the usual, too rich too powerful and only the lower-end officers gets punished.
>not that where he puts his dick impacts you in any way
No it's his personality, he's a pompous ass douchebag. just the way he talks and thinks he something special. everyone hates him, the labour party crushed because of him, so he quit politics for a while and now he's just vying to be relevant again (with Epstein money).
>>231777> just look at how powerful hezbollah has become
tbh all i see is empty flexing, the amount of rocket fired today is nothing compared to what it was back in the mid 2000s>the usual, too rich too powerful and only the lower-end officers gets punished.
and here i thought IDF was european tier in terms of military corruption, turns out it's only slightly better than arab counterparts>No it's his personality, he's a pompous ass douchebag. just the way he talks and thinks he something special. everyone hates him, the labour party crushed because of him, so he quit politics for a while and now he's just vying to be relevant again (with Epstein money).
>>231781> the amount of rocket fired today is nothing compared to what it was back in the mid 2000s
It's the old paradox. They got too powerful. back in the day when they were your average run of the mill militia they could do whatever they want with small repercussions, now they got far more responsibility. if Gaza won't be taken care of it will happen with Hamas too.
> turns out it's only slightly better than arab counterparts
yep pretty much
always deflecting blame to the lowest in command
>>231782>it will happen with Hamas too.
isn't hamas controlled opp to decredibilize palestinian resistance to the eyes of the west compared to a fatah (more secular and inclusive™) led opposition?
>>231783>isn't hamas controlled opp to decredibilize palestinian resistance
maybe originally in the 80's, nowadays they're just another iran offshoot. whatever control we had on them is long lost.
thanks for the insights
and good luck with the footy riots
they literally are testing their firecrackers in the middle of a busy street
the whole street has a light fog of burnt blackpowder
end me now
UK tanker Stena Impero changed its course & headed into Irans territorial waters. Ships destination is KSA
UK MOD says "aware of reports" of a British tanker moving towards Iran - apparently off course. But as yet no other comment or confirmationhttps://twitter.com/air_intel/status/1152257876334915584?s=20https://twitter.com/bealejonathan/status/1152261465111519232?s=20
IRGC speed boats and a helicopter were involved in the Iranian raid on British tanker STENA IMPERO, according to a statement by Northern Marine. The tanker is currently being held in Iran.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1152276500412018694
A British-flagged Swedish owned tanker has been impounded by Iran and is heading for a Revolutionary Guard base at Qeshm. Northern Marine, Clyde-based subsidiary of Swedish firm Stena AB, confirm hostile action preceded vessel's change of course this pm.https://twitter.com/RichardJSpencer/status/1152274592016293888
Oh shit, time to see how UK responds
why gamble on your possessions when you can gamble on someone else's possessions and have the opportunity to drag them with you in the escalation
the poor man's choice, but a choice nonetheless
Time for a new one, I guess.
Exactly what i'm thinking…
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