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1dcb3 No.239186[View All]



>Latest interviews with Assad


>Live MAPS


>Fan maps


>Idlib Aug 19
>Syria Aug 18
>Yemen Aug 19
>Libya Aug 17
>Afghanistan Aug 13

Devs Aug 19
>SAA breaks through militant lines & advances on Khan Sheikhoun
>Turkey claims 3 civis killed in SyAF strikes on its own convoy. Turkish convoy coinsiting of 20 mil vehicles, including tanks was heading to Khan Shaykhun to act as human shield against SAA advancement
>SAA storms strategic hilltop to block Turkish troops from Khan Sheikhoun
>SAA resumes offensive in northeast Latakia to capture jihadist stronghold
>ISIS ambush kills several Syrian soldiers near Palmyra
>report:Israeli F35 flew undetected over Syria and Iraq during July attack. were undetected due to the F-35’s technological capabilities, which allegedly allowed them to be disguised as American warplanes
>Iraq closes airspace even to US coalition flights after suspected israeli raid. US will need Iraqi approval before launching any air operation
>Turkish-backed rebels strike Russian military post in northern Aleppo
>TASS:Russian-speaking jihadist private military companies active in Idlib
>Saudi-led forces shelled Hudaydah airport
>Seized iranian supertanker departs Gibraltar, after US arrest warrant was rejected

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57c7a No.242541

I think I'm done with this war. Don't care anymore.
Goodbye forever!

0e846 No.242573

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Super speedy Districtmupdate before I pass out
ANA retakes Anar Dara in NW Farah, Yangi Qala in N Takhar

0e846 No.242601

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>Israeli Attacks On Syria Halted After Russia Threatened To Shoot Down Jets

According to reports in both Israeli and Arabic regional media, Israel this past week was preparing to expand major airstrikes against "Iran-backed" targets in Syria, but Moscow imposed its red line. The Independent has published a story describing that Russia's military in Syria threatened to shoot down any invading Israeli warplanes using fighter jets or their S-400 system.

The Jerusalem Post, citing sources in the UK Independent (Arabia), writes just after the latest meeting in Sochi between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Russian President Vladimir Putin:

According to the report, Moscow has prevented three Israeli airstrikes on three Syrian outposts recently, and even threatened that any jets attempting such a thing would be shot down, either by Russian jets or by the S400 Anti-aircraft missiles. The source cited in the report claims a similar situation has happened twice, and that during August, Moscow stopped an airstrike on a Syrian outpost in Qasioun, where a S300 missile battery is placed.

Netanyahu's hasty trip to meet with Putin on Thursday - even in the final days before Tuesday's key election - was reportedly with a goal to press the Russian president on essentially ignoring Israel's attacks in Syria.

Citing further sources in the British-Arabic Independent Arabia, The Jerusalem Post continues:

According to the Russian source, Putin let Netanyahu know that his country will not allow any damage to be done to the Syrian regime's army, or any of the weapons being given to it…

Israel sources cited by the Arabic newspaper described Netanyahu's attempts to persuade Putin as "a failure". This in spite of Netanyahu telling reporters after the meeting that his relations with Moscow were stronger than ever.

Moscow is said to be particularly resistant given the Israeli military's recent spate of attacks on targets in Lebanon, Iraq, and Syria.

Sources in the report claimed further that Putin in a somewhat unprecedented moment raised the issue of Lebanon:

The Russian source said: "Putin has expressed his dissatisfaction from Israel's latest actions in Lebanon" and even emphasized to Netanyahu that he "Rejects the aggression towards Lebanon's sovereignty" something which has never been heard from him. Putin further stated that someone is cheating him in regards to Syria and Lebanon and that he will not let it go without a response. According to him, Netanyahu was warned not to strike such targets in the future.

It could also be simply that Putin understands that Netanyahu, now desperate to extend his political career to a record fifth term as prime minister as next week's elections loom, could be ready to risk a major and very unnecessary Middle East conflagration in order to continue to appeal to Israeli right wing and nationalist voters.

Gigantic if verified

0e846 No.242609

>Afghan Taliban send team to Russia after U.S. talks collapse

PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) - The Taliban have sent a delegation to Russia to discuss prospects for a withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan following the collapse of talks with the United States this month, officials from the insurgent group said.

The move, days after U.S. President Donald Trump canceled a planned meeting with Taliban leaders at his Camp David retreat, came as the movement looks to bolster regional support, with visits also planned for China, Iran and Central Asian states.

"The purpose of these visits is to inform leaders of these countries about the peace talks and President Trump's decision to call off the peace process at a time when both sides had resolved all outstanding issues and were about to sign a peace agreement," said a senior Taliban leader in Qatar.

Russia, which has hosted meetings between the Taliban and Afghan political and civil society representatives, said this week it hoped that the process could be put back on track and urged both sides to resume talks.

"We are convinced that the complete end to foreign military presence is an inalienable condition of durable peace in Afghanistan," Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.

However, it is unclear whether the talks can be resumed.

The Taliban leader, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the purpose of the visits was not to try to revive negotiations with the United States but to assess regional support for forcing it to leave Afghanistan.

U.S. and Taliban officials held months of talks in the Qatari capital of Doha and agreed a draft accord that would have seen some 5,000 U.S. troops withdrawn from Afghanistan in exchange for security guarantees from the Taliban.

However, the deal, intended as a preliminary step to a wider peace agreement, faced heavy criticism from the Afghan government, which was shut out of the talks. Many former senior U.S. officials who had worked in the region also warned a hasty withdrawal risked destabilizing the country and even plunging it back into a new round of civil war.


3dbef No.242613

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bibi really pushed it too far the last couple of months with all the iraqi shenanigans for his reeleciton campaign

0e846 No.242623

Israel is literally the only country that bombs others for re-election points. Not even the jingoistic USA pulls shit like that.

b9e3a No.242624

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>A bunch of antiChrist’s going around and murdering people
No fucking way!

0e846 No.242626

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Afghan Districtmupdate
2lazy4second map

I’m just gonna mark districts the govt claims to have recaptured from Taliban as contested since it’s always just the DHQ (>DHQ recaptured means whole district is clear!) while the rest of the district is Taliban-controlled, as is the case with Anar Dara (ANA airlifted in DHQ).

Also Taliban took Bala Buluk in E Farah.

3dbef No.242628

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the really funny thing is that it won't even help him win (all polls show stalemate just like last time)
he basically burned all his goodboi points with putin for nothing

0e846 No.242630

You think losing goodboi points with Putin might actually get him a loss at polls? Can’t imagine the average Israeli likes the thought of having Russia as an enemy.

6abf7 No.242632

it's mainly the russian diaspora that would hate having russia as an antagonist

3dbef No.242633

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yeah, he's tried to spin to this in his favor by meeting with putin, and today his mutual defense pact schtik with trump (won't happen)
still all polls landlocked with no side gaining too much to make a change.

3dbef No.242634

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forgot 2nd pic

true but they all vote Lieberman anyway

3dbef No.242637

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meanwhile in saudi

Saudi oil production cut by 50% after drones attack crude facilities


6abf7 No.242638

expect price spike world wide on all products

0e846 No.242639

Damn, so nothing changed except worse strategic and diplomatic situation.

0e846 No.242640

I really think there’s more to this attack than “Houthis got lucky”. Especially since this came just before the Aramco IPO.

0e846 No.242732

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>Saudi Arabia: Iranian Weapons Used To Attack Oil Sites

Update: It's official — after Trump over the weekend put the ball squarely in the Saudis' court, saying the US was "waiting to hear from the Kingdom as to who they believe was the cause of this attack, and under what terms we would proceed!" — Saudi Arabia has responded by saying it was indeed Iran, confirming that "Iranian weapons" were used to attack its oil facilities.

After the US apparently ruled out Iraq as a launching pad on Monday, following Baghdad's firm denial, it looks like Riyadh appears to be pointing to a potential direct cruise missile or drone attack from Iran.

An official military statement pointed to "Iranian weapons" but stopped short of naming the Islamic Republic as directly conducting the attack.

Saudi military spokesman Turki al-maliki futher said the preliminary investation suggests the attack "was not launched from Yemen," backing prior US statements.

As expected, things are escalating fast and the ball is back in Trump's court - he could be preparing to this time follow up on prior threats of being "locked and loaded".

- - -

While US officials were quick out of the gate to allege an Iranian attack on Saudi Aramco facilities launched from Iraq early Saturday, a theory which the WSJ said was focus of an ongoing US-Saudi investigation, Iraq's government issued a firm denial on Sunday, which followed Iran's own denial that condemned Washington's "maximum lies".

Saying there was no link to Iraqi soil and the attack which caused oil prices to spike to record levels the moment markets opened, initially surging to as much as 18% before retreating after President Trump authorized use of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) to "keep the markets well-supplied," the Iraqi government further vowed to “punish anyone who intended to use Iraq as a launchpad for attacks in the region.”

Despite Yemen's Houthis themselves claiming responsibility for the precision strike using ten drones, unleashing explosions that rocked Abqaiq facility and the Khurais field, US officials have long eyed Iraq's Shia paramilitary forces also as bad actors which Iran deploys as proxies from Iraqi soil.

Prior reports suggest Iran has indeed stationed ballistic missiles on Iraqi soil within the past year or so, within easy targeting range of key Saudi oil installations, as well as even Tel Aviv.

But crucially the Houthis have defiantly announced it's not over: "The rebel group said its weapons could reach anywhere in Saudi Arabia. Saturday’s strikes were carried out by aircraft equipped with a new type of engine, the Houthi rebel group said," Bloomberg reports.

“We assure the Saudi regime that our long hand can reach wherever we want, and whenever we want,” Houthi spokesman Yahya Saree said. The statement added threateningly:

“We warn companies and foreigners not to be present in the facilities that were hit in the strikes because they are still within range and may be targeted at any moment.”

Meanwhile, the official US position still seems to be Mike Pompeo's sentiment expressed soon after the attack that there was "no evidence" it was carried out from Yemen.

US and Saudi officials, still amid an ongoing investigation, told reporters over the weekend they are "certain" the attack actually originated from Iraq, especially as the debris and precision targeting show a level of "sophistication" which would link it to Iran's elite IRGC.

This as Trump said the U.S. is “locked and loaded depending on verification” of the source of the attack.

Of course there remains the possibility that the Houthis will again "prove" their capabilities by simply launching another devastating attack.


6abf7 No.242741

>true but they all vote Lieberman anyway
why? is it just because he's from USSR too?
these goyim act like jews would act among goyim society, ironic

6abf7 No.242744

>who they believe was the cause of this attack, and under what terms we would proceed!
>"what is thy bidding my lord"
literally amerigolem

cd8fd No.242749

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>why? is it just because he's from USSR too?
pretty much. it's unofficially "the Russian party". people here vote in ethnic blocs first, ideology second.
pic somewhat related.

6abf7 No.242750

why is there so much factionism among the jewish ethnic bloc?
i mean ok arab vs jews make sense and i understand a schism between the religious and secular jews but adding extra factions based on where jews come from seems to be america tier

6abf7 No.242751

Fun news BTW
new election in tunisia
the guy leading the polls is favorable to the death penalty and said in an interview "homosexuality, or rather its public expression, is financed and encouraged by foreign countries" also "I was told certain houses were rented by foreign parties… homosexuality has existed throughout history, but certain people want to spread homosexuality"

>maghreboi is going all in

cd8fd No.242752

people still feel more connected to their countries of origin (or their parents origin) than to a somewhat artificial creation that is still establishing its identity.
as the old joke goes
two Jews, three opinions

6abf7 No.242753

>still establishing its identity
too old for it, if you consider this "still work in progress" then truly, it means it'll never reach the final result

cd8fd No.242756

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still lots of people who were born somewhere else. be it europe/maghreb etc. for the younger generations it stems from parental indoctrination, to vote for the party with the most related ethnic representation. so mizrahim will always vote for the party with most mizrahi (likud/shas). ashkenazim will always vote for ashkenazi (labour/b&w) etc. jewish paranoia and whatnot. (mizrahi- oy vey, you wouldn't vote for these privileged white elitists?, ashkenazi - oy vey, you wouldn't vote for these schwartze chaye" etc. only worse since every subgroup extends it to their own e.g. religious subgroups etc).

>arab party third largest in polling

it's only gonna get worse

6abf7 No.242757

>mizrahim will always vote for the party with most mizrahi (likud/shas)
how do they deal with the fact that ashkenazim are ruling this party?
>mizrahim "da evil white ashkenazim is keeping us down"
>also mizrahim "yaaaaaaas bibi slayyyyy"

0c884 No.242758

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other than bibi and few others almost everyone in likud is mizrahi
just look at those mutts

0e846 No.242777

#IEA delegation visited #Iran

Now this is more serious move then Moscow visit. In case of #Iran #USA conflict #Taliban can inflict some serious problems for #NATO forces and could count on Iranian help

#Iran #IEA relations have always been ambiguous one, due to ideological rifts primarily. Not a friends, but not an enemies either. They don't like each other, but in the face of American pressure on both sides…enemy of my enemy…

Just imagine a work of ATGM's on Humvee's and APC's in combination with IED's and SVBIED's. Or some AA systems. That night raids could turn into way more difficult task then they are now. Trump made a mistake

6abf7 No.242810

is number 28 ethiopian?

0c884 No.242825

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30 is arab
token diversity hires

0c884 No.242830

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>another stalemate
hopefully bibi throws the towel and retires to america

6abf7 No.242831

>that pic
top kek, who the fuck makes these quality memes and what can we expect from this stalemate for the political stability of israel?

0c884 No.242832

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>who the fuck makes these quality memes
found it on election general on 4chin
>what can we expect from this stalemate for the political stability of israel?
no idea, everyone wants to avoid 3rd election (because it costs too many shekels) but it's a deadlock and no one can form a coalition so it's all up in the air for now.

622ea No.242842

Hey Doc, question.
How bad is it?

0e846 No.242869

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Afghan Districtmupdate
Well that didn’t take long for Taliban to come back to districts “cleared” by the govt.
Two insurgent bombings: one in Kabul at the identification department with troopers, police, and MoD personnel killed
One in Parwan targeting an election rally with dozens killed and more wounded.
ANDSF recaptures Qurghan DHQ in north Faryab.

622ea No.242934

0e846 No.242981

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Afghan Districtmupdate
ANA retake Shor Tepa DHQ (which somehow slipped my attention that it even fell in the first place)
Taliban take over Pur Chaman DHQ
Taliban are also present in Zinda Jan District of Herat.

b9e3a No.243070

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6abf7 No.243134

>How bad is it?
as in?
how fuck is the guy who gets this prescription? mildly, judging by today's standards
how fucked are the side effects?
depends on each individual, but remember that if drugs exist it's because they help you more than they mess you up

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0e846 No.243211

#Khost : #News : Days Ago a Civilian Haji Jamhoor Gul was mistakenly killed by #Taliban.
His Family went to Taliban Court and Filed Case against Taliban Fighters.
Later The Taliban Court held Taliban Fighters Responsible for this.

This is why Taliban will win.

6abf7 No.243238

0e846 No.243281

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18 years later, they’ve returned to being unable to pay their soldiers.

0e846 No.243289

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A #Taliban delegation led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, political deputy of Taliban's Islamic Emirate on the way to #China.
Reports say, this delegation moved to China after the 2 other delegations visited #Moscow and #Tehran in past week.
A lot of diplomatic activity by Taliban after Trump shut down negotiations.
Might be some truth to the rumor that they are rallying regional support for kicking US out of Afghanistan, somehow…

Afghan Districtmupdate.
- Taliban took over Shahjoy District in Zabul
- Govt retook Jaghatu (Bahrami Shahid) DHQ in Ghazni
- Govt vs Taliban in Bala Buluk District of Farah
- Taliban offensive in Nangarhar against ISIS, along the Pakistani border; they are closing in on Tora Bora.
- Taliban are present in Charikar District of Parwan
- I decided to mark Bagram District as contested due to all the shelling on that AFB

6abf7 No.243295

>10 lac afghani
that's around 12780 USD
how did they manage to find so much money?

0e846 No.243320

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Probably income from the lapis lazuli mine in Koran Wa Munjan District of Badakhshan. They did control it for 2-3 months.
>The report said the Taliban and local strongmen earn up to $20 million per year from the lapis lazuli deposits.

0e846 No.243321

Another thing: it wouldn’t surprise me at all if the Taliban were still getting income from it somehow, despite the mines being under government control.

a7c5d No.243363

>Probably income from the lapis lazuli mine

nigga the talis have other mines under their control
https://www.kpsrl.org/sites/default/files/2018-06/AfghanistanTalcInvestigation_May2018.pdf (inb4 hurrdurr report only about IS-KP; go to page 36)

They have been selling crude oil from Sar-e-Pul(though this report is old and ANA have said last January they repelled the Taliban advance to the oil wells)

And most importantly they earn revenue by collecting taxes*

>The group's annual income from 2011 onwards was estimated to be $400m (£316m). But it is believed to have significantly increased in recent years and could be as high as $1.5bn.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-46554097 (ofcourse these numbers should be taken with a grain of salt)

*similar situation was also seen in Iraq in regards to Islamic state and it was quiet a consistent source of income for them.

Also translate page and read the title for a good chuckle

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