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SOUTHFRONT Aug 19https://youtu.be/J2xf3pWuVig
>Latest interviews with Assadhttps://youtu.be/1xbLFYo4T7Uhttps://youtu.be/RbLONDCe3Rohttps://youtu.be/YB-McdKnFtQ
RECENT MAPS>Idlib Aug 19https://imgur.com/a/M1gPVPO>Syria Aug 18https://imgur.com/a/tiRVMyx>Yemen Aug 19https://imgur.com/a/O6qcjZr>Libya Aug 17https://imgur.com/a/2hYVhSU>Afghanistan Aug 13https://imgur.com/a/nh85Hv7
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
I think these are the toughest, baddest motherfuckers in MENA right now.
Most of the Twatter folks and Facefuck SAA accounts suggest that Kabani and al-Ghab fronts will be top priority now. I'm not sure if it's a mistake. Anyway if we see Tigers or the 5th shipped there - it'll be confirmed.
Means Jabal Shashbo and Jabal Zawiya.
where is this? Idlibistan obviously but where exactly?
what's that sign say? And you have any more?
>>239288>what's that sign say?
Check file name.>And you have any more?
Some pro-SAA accounts are saying Khan Sheikhoun is liberated…
Hmm SAA isn't bombing the fuck out of this pocket, guess moderate jihad really evacuated and radical jihad is weak in numbers and jihad.
It's so nice to see Khan Sheykhoun liberated after so long
>Video: Somewhere in South #Idlib few hours ago… Aviation is killing someone very hard.https://twitter.com/tfAcj0F9IYtVsSq/status/1164306991768113152
Video from Tamanah fronthttps://twitter.com/Ruptly/status/1164258797357076481>A video documenting the entry of the Syrian Arab Army into the farms of # Khan_Sheikhoun, #Sirtel Hill, #Tel_Terai and #Sousahttps://twitter.com/jamlyyyyy/status/1164261318268006400
Pics: Khan Sheikoun surroundings and some lads from Hader, Quneitra on the Kabni front.
Based on the pictures we know for sure that SAA controls all heights overlooking the city.
99% sure the caves are here:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.443348&lon=36.676408&z=18
Damn, they took at really fast.
feelsgood, especially now that they've set up a new hotpocket with premium rape for the Tiger to enjoy.
Airstrikes still happening in this area, both airforces are active.
Main mosque in al-Tah was rekthttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.542803&lon=36.730685&z=19&m=bs&show=/38976538/Mosque
That's definitely the most convenient path, but i think politics will get in the way of it.
We don't know if Russia is willing to push their luck with the t*rks right now and their main objective is taking Jabal Zawiya/Latakia to stop the drones and artillery from hitting Hmeimim.
They are bombing south east CS of Marat al-Numan though, we'll see if the offensive continue now that HTS are thoroughly exhausted.
Photo from oleg blokhin (ANNA News), supposedly in Khan Sheikhun.
>"What did the Hayat (HTS) tell you? Do you understand the sacrifices made at Tel Malah? If all factions stood by the Hayat at Tel Malah then the story on the ground will be different. They forgot & today they attack Hayat for not breaking siege on North Hama. Break it with what?"
>t. HTS fighter on facebook
This area is definitely harsh))
>Russian Foreign Ministry: We will continue to cooperate with Turkey on the situation in Idlib
So far the cooperation resulted in bombing TFSA militias and bypassing TAF observation points.
Please do cooperate even more
L39s gunning down the jihadi in Maarat al-Numan (no footage) https://t.me/maaramc/13386
SAA going for Tamanah i reckon
I wonder if any roaches are left in obs. point in the kotel.
It would definitely get filmed, but i think they want to do this as quietly as possible…
Maybe leaving in the night with headlights off, with Russian blessing and SAA opening up the kotel.
Sarin proof sandals
Where can i buy them ?
There's a street vendor in Sarmada
Thanks. Its been some time since i last went to Turkey
I don't understand why the T*rks are being such a hindrance. I thought they came to a deal with the SAR last year, whereby Turkey would ignore the SAA BTFOing HTS in exchange for Turkey being allowed to BTFO the Kurds without Damascus intervening (America notwithstanding). Turkey's only influence on this war has been in preventing mad gains and it's really starting to annoy me tbqh.
Handing over Syrian clay to T*rkey again, fucking k*rds.
With Sayyad under SAA control, Kafr Zita has fallen militarily, there might be some suicidal radicals here and there but largely it seems the reports of the towns being deserted is true and there is barely if any resistance, just SAA combing the places in a slow pace so as to avoid ambushes.
Haven't seen a single report of clashes in the pocket either, it's finito.
>Wadi al Anaz under controlhttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1164551829285482496
Not quite sure where but i read it's west or in the western part of Lataminah. Wherever it is, i think Lataminah and Kafr Zita will be announced today.
Turks piss me off so much
Is that the CP with the Turkish OP?
Ah ok. Damn that’s close.
Uhh, the pocket is done.
Kara bogas leaving today ?
Unknown if they're even there…
They're still there it seems, i think they'll stay for a while to save face.https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1164851885049884673
He burried his father two days ago iirc
Didn't they used to have another guy who was thinner and shouted louder and looked more angry?
Maybe it's the same guy but he's just gained weight.
oops, misread your post, thought you were asking "what's wrong with the gains announcer?" disregard my previous post
The guy in the pic.>>239589
oh yeah, i read something like that, but two days should be enough to get back on the podium and deliver ice cold gains announcement. Shame.
What about the pilot who got shot down recently?!
>>239609>Hama will soon be safe from rebel shelling
I'd tell you it's a good idea.
Don't let them breath, don't let them regroup and rearm. Make all possible efforts to allow as many Syrian rebels that really want to escape the jihadi ranks.
And fuck them good, fuck em all to death.
>>239611>>239609>Hama will soon be safe from rebel shelling
Suqaylibiyah is still in artillery firing range from Jabal Shashbo though…
>Army regains control over Latamina, Kafar Zita, Latmin, Morek , M’aerkaba ,and al-Lahaya towns in Hama countryside
Syrian Arab Army’s units on Friday regained control over towns of of Latamina, Kafar Zita, Latmin, Morek , M’aerkaba ,and al-Lahaya in Hama northern countryside, and eliminated the last terrorists’ remnants in them, following establishing control over strategic city of Khan Sheikhoun in Idleb southern countryside.
reporter said that army units established control over Khan Sheikhoun city in Idleb southern countryside, combed the city from terrorists’ remnants, and continued the operations to the south towards the terrorist organizations’ positions in Hama northern countryside, restoring control over Latamina, Kafar Zita, Latmin, Morek , M’aerkaba ,and al-Lahaya owns after clashes with Jabhat al-Nusra terrorists.
I meant Hama city, desu
Hama city was out of range for howitzers and old GRAD rockets before the offensive, but Hama city can still be reached with modernized GRAD rockets and drones that are usually aimed at Hmeimin but target Hama airport as well now and then (far too pricey for targeting civilian infrastructure).
Pro-SAA/RU media loves bringing up the Christian cities in northern Hama being targeted and now being safe because it showcases that the opposition is "literally al-Qaeda and ISIS that wants to eradicate Christians" (in many aspects they are), an excellent propaganda tool to justify the offensive to anyone that isn't "literally al-Qaeda and ISIS".
This is the only reason why you hear about Hama being safe from rebel shelling.
(wew i think i broke my "going off on a tangent" record here)
Interior Ministry spokesman, Major General Abdul-Karim Khalaf daring Netanyahu to, as Bibi put it himself: "hit Iranian bases in Iraq and Syria"https://twitter.com/akklaph/status/1164938182552633345
Things are really heating up, S-3/400 for Iraq SOON i reckon.
If Russia feels like humiliating the t*rks further, going north for Maarrat al-Numan, and SAA can spare the offensive manpower, they could launch offensives on two axes - from Kfar Sejena to Kafranbel and Khan Sheikhun to Talmenes, eventually meeting south of Maarrat al-Numan and creating another kotel.
Disclaimer: The competent units of HTS have been thoroughly exhausted during the latest offensive but the condition of Ahrar al-Sham and Suqour al-Sham (big (or atleast used to be) in the Maarrat al-Numan area) is largely unknown since they operate under the NLF banner now.
If NLF aren't as exhausted as HTS and would actually put up a fight, the al-Tah->Talmenes front might have similar results as the Sukayk front.
>>239756>creating another kotel
Meaning koteling Hish.
I realize this dream scenario is extremely unlikely to happen but observing airstrike patterns whilst listening to the AoE II soundtrack gets the mind going.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jadxTFqyhRM
Darzab 2.0 as the Taliban focus on ISIS in Kunar for this offensive
>#Russia-n occupation warplanes are bombing the Kabinah axis with thermobaric rockets.https://twitter.com/OGNreports/status/1165197129129873409
Fucking finally>Opposition forces destroy a regime tank on the Tel Ja'far front s. Idlib. >Large regime militia military reinforcments seen gathered near the Tamanah axis>Russian occupation backed militias massing near Tamanah in Idlib countryside and in southern countryside of Aleppo.
t. Bilal Abdul Karim
#Syria: air defenses are activated over #Damascus.
#Syria: air defenses fired at least 8 missiles following #Israel|i attack on area of #Damascus. 1st reports Mezzeh Airbase was targeted. https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1165365484298100737?s=20
The IDF striked a number of terrorist targets in the village of Aqraba southeast of Damascus in Syria.
The attack was carried out against Iranian Quds operatives and Shiite militias that have been engaged in recent days in promoting an attack against Israeli targets from the Syrian territory.
>The thwarted attack plan that included planning to launch a number of armed drones against Israeli targets.https://twitter.com/IDF/status/1165371928141533185
Flares being reported over the Golan as reports of Iron Dome being deployed.
Hermon region on high alert according to local reports.https://twitter.com/AuroraIntel/status/1165371015611985920
>>239850>My sources confirm there are at least 4 Lebanese Hezbollah martyrs as a result of the Israeli attack so far. Israel just crossed a major red line in Syria by targeting military personnel, as opposed to its “precise” strike policy in the past that avoided human casualties.https://twitter.com/Ali_Kourani/status/1165383628005761024
Well they gotta do something now
>>239894>Even though the Russian airstrikes on Idlib hasn't stopped yet, i'm still worried Putin will cuck.
I think maybe for a while, but RF is really determined to deal with the jihadi problem in Syria. They later run away and radicalize Ruskies in RF, they pound Hmeimim I think it's enough for Putang to keep up the ops.
>>239895>I think maybe for a while
At this point, halting the offensive even a week for anything other than letting the t*rks leave their observation posts or SAA needing a break/regrouping/consolidating gains would be cucking in my book.
The offensive to secure Hmeimim, opening the M-5 and removing jihadis from the demilitarization zone is already entirely justified in accordance with the agreement, letting the exhausted jihadis regroup now because of Erdogan (who failed to achieve a single objective) whining is unacceptable.
>>239902>At this point, halting the offensive even a week (…) would be cucking in my book.
Sure I understand your point of view but an official visit (state or official, not work visit) in diplomacy means you have to cuck a bit. It's just how it works. Said week builds positive relation between mentioned countries enough for the diplomats to wank each other - and the offensive can simply resume after some time. Say after they'll shoot Khmeimim again or an Uyghur fuck will stab someone in Moscow metro.
For short: diplomacy is pretty much working the same as it was 1000 years ago. We've just gotta deal with it.
This article seems kind of convincing for me. The meeting could focus more on creating a real constitutional comitee (Ruskies CAN fuck it up and agree to 50/50 opposition seats if t*rks agree for example for the Su57 programme) rather than current Idlob situation.
>MOSCOW, August 23. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan on August 27, when the latter is on a visit to Russia, Putin’s press secretary Dmitry Peskov told TASS on Friday.
"Yes," he said when asked whether Putin’s plans for that day included a meeting with Erdogan.
The Turkish leader’s visit to Russia and his meeting with the Russian president on August 27 was earlier announced by Reuters.
Earlier on Friday, Putin and Erdogan had a telephone conversation to discuss issues of the launch of a constitutional committee in Syria and anti-terrorism efforts. They also exchanged views on the Middle East agenda and further development of bilateral cooperaton, as well as efforts to stabilize the situation in Syria’s Idlib de-escalation zone.
Earlier, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin reportedly said that Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia, Hassan Rouhani of Iran and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey would meet in Ankara on September 16 to discuss the situation in Syria. Russian president’s special envoy for Syrian settlement Alexander Leontyev said that the would-be summit would focus on all aspects of Syrian settlement, including humanitarian and political matters, as well as on the situation on the ground.
>Putin, Erdogan discuss efforts to establish Syrian constitutional committee
>According to the Kremlin, the two leaders also discussed the fight against terrorism in Syria, issues facing the Middle East and bilateral cooperation
Last thought for tonight: Erdo's easiest deal ever. ~30000 jihadis have to go somewhere. SDF areas for Idleb? TFSA goes on SDF with RF green light, RF&SAA gets full green light on Idleb. Easy, simple, theoretically profitable for both. Risky as fuck for Syria.
Night Bolandi, thank you for your insight.
>Fierce clashes now on the outskirts of the town of Al-Tamanah
>Aviation, probably RuAF, destroys three militant tanks in Farjah and Umm Jalal, north and northwest of Khuwayn al Kabir.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1165600105552076800
More SAA reinforcements to the fronthttps://twitter.com/Sohayb_Masri1/status/1165602282760749056
Nasrallah's speech today was pretty lit
>Nasrallah tells Israeli army to wait for imminent response
>from now on, we will target any Israeli drone that enters Lebanese airspace. This is over. We will not wait for anyone in the universe.
>Nasrallah: We will respond to the Israeli strike in Syria that killed two of our men from Lebanon, not from Syria. The response will not be in Sheba’a [Farms] either. I tell the Israeli army to wait for us on the borders; and *beyond* the borders. This time is different.
>By all means, a historical speech from a historical figure that sets the stage for a completely new phase in the Arab-Israeli struggle. Starting tonight, we should be expecting Hezbollah’s distinguished military response against Israel.https://twitter.com/Ali_Kourani/status/1165657348993667074
also>#IDF released video showing attempt of #IRGC Forces launching a drone attack against #Israel from #Syria>killer drones
lmao who comes up with this shit
>Iraq Shi'ite militia blame Israel for deadly air raid near Syria border
BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Shi’ite paramilitary groups blamed Israel on Sunday for raids by unmanned aircraft which they said killed at least one of their fighters near to the Syrian border.
The strikes took place 15 km (9 miles) away from the border, said a statement from the Popular Mobilisation Forces (PMF), a state umbrella grouping of mostly Iran-backed Shi’ite Muslim factions.
It said one fighter was killed and another seriously wounded. An earlier statement from the PMF’s Anbar operations command said two fighters were killed.
The PMF said two unmanned aircraft had carried out the attack. It accused the United States of providing air support to Israel for the strikes.
A security source told Reuters there were two air strikes, one of which struck the headquarters of a local paramilitary brigade, while the other struck a convoy of cars leaving the building.
In Jerusalem, an Israeli military spokeswoman declined to comment.
The attack, which took place in the afternoon, happened after a series of explosions in recent weeks at weapons depots belonging to Iran-backed PMF groups.
The militias have blamed Israel and the United States for some of the attacks. The Pentagon has denied any involvement.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted on Thursday of possible Israeli involvement in the recent destruction of PMF weapons depots in Iraq.
“We are operating - not just if needed, we are operating in many areas against a state that wants to annihilate us. Of course I gave the security forces a free hand and instructed them to do anything necessary to thwart Iran’s plans,” he said.
Military source to me : SAA Didnt attack al-Tamaneha or liberate it .. #Idlib
https://.twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1165701818808250368>Reports that #Taliban cut off telecom network in #Badghis during the night
Probably didn’t get their due from telecom company.
Al Emara released the short video from #Badakhshan probably during #Taliban offensive on Keran Wa Menjan several weeks ago #Taliban surely didn't lack the numbers. No combat segments, only Nasheed and travelling cliphttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1165521138849636352
(No video in link, just pictures)
https://twitter.com/ELINTNews/status/1165767451684081664>#BREAKING: Video purportedly shows anti-aircraft flak guns firing into the sky over the Beqaa Valley in eastern Lebanon
JJ, you watching this happening?
no confirmation yet but seems things are heating up
I hope bibi isn't dumb enough to start striking Lebanon every weekend for his election campaign, this ain't syria.
>>240113>get their due
That is partly true. They regularly destroy the telecom towers to hamper the communication abilities of the Afghan forces when they are attacking the area.https://www.theguardian.com/world/2011/nov/11/taliban-targets-mobile-phone-masts
Makes sense, they are legitimate military targets. What interested me most is that the telecom companies resisted govt demands for 24/7 coverage.>>240208
AMM claims jihadis want to launch large scale op on Aleppo.
>Lavrov: Syrian Army’s liberation of its territories backed by Russia isn’t considered a violation of any agreements
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov affirmed that terrorism’s hotbed in Idleb must be eliminated.
In a press conference with his Angolan counterpart in Moscow, Lavrov said that ” the schemes of the US administration in al-Jazeera region target the unity of the Syrian territories and constitute a violation of the Syrian sovereignty and a breach of the international law.”
Lavrov added “The Syrian Army’s liberation of its territories from terrorism backed by Russia is not considered a violation of any of the agreements, including those of Astana and Sochi as the agreements exclude the terrorist groups.”
>Iraqi Officials Say Israeli Strikes Are "Declaration Of War" - Demand US Forces Exit
One of the obvious and expected consequences or instances of 'blowback' from Israel's unprecedented decision to extend its "anti-Iran" campaign into Iraq, with three airstrikes widely blamed on either Israeli drones or possibly F-35s in the last five weeks, is that it will force a deepening conflict between Iraq's military and US coalition forces.
There's long been a broad base of Iraqi support that would like to see the American presence completely out of the country with the Islamic State long defeated, but now that political bloc just got a lot stronger in the wake of the alleged Israeli raids, at least one of which US officials have already admitted Israel bore responsibility for (a July 19 attack on a Popular Mobilization Forces base in Amirli). A powerful pro-Iran faction of parliament has called Israel's alleged attacks "a declaration of war".
The Associated Press reports in the aftermath of yet another Israeli drone strike targeting and killing a Kataeb Hezbollah leader in al-Qaim, Iraq near the Syrian border that, "A powerful bloc in Iraq's parliament is calling for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq following a series of airstrikes blamed on Israel targeting Iran-backed Shiite militias in the country."
The influential and powerful Fatah Coalition, representing the country's pro-Iranian Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) issued a statement Monday holding the United States responsible for facilitation Israeli aggression on Iraqi soil, “which we consider to be a declaration of war on Iraq and its people,” the statement said. The statement noted further that American troops are no longer needed and only now serve to jeopardize Iraqi national security.
PMF commanders and officials have over the past weeks been the most vocal part of Iraq's military and government blaming the recent spate of devastating attacks on Israel; however, following last week's explosion at a base outside Baghdad - believed the result of an Israeli airstrike - it appears this view is now gaining support even from the prime minister's office amid an ongoing official investigation into the blasts.
Last week Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi had called for an end to all “unauthorized flights” including US drones, spy planes, jets, or helicopters. The directive demanded that all aerial vehicles comply with Iraqi law and operations must be under Iraqi government authorization.https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-26/iraqi-officials-say-israeli-strikes-are-declaration-war-demand-us-forces-exit
Uhh, HTS launching an offensive towards Abu Dali?>Opposition activists are claiming that the "Grand Conquest operations room" is in control of the village of Abu Umar.>is in control of the checkpoint on the northern entrance of Abu Dalihttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.453958&lon=36.883249&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;368847942;354517209;0;132833;178956;0;178956;0https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1166256636345798657
Jihad is a hell of a drug
>>240271>Last week Prime Minister Abdul-Mahdi had called for an end to all “unauthorized flights” including US drones, spy planes, jets, or helicopters. The directive demanded that all aerial vehicles comply with Iraqi law and operations must be under Iraqi government authorization.
how long until (((they))) kill him?
Chad vs virgin, nice.
chads in action
Hayat Tahrir al-Sham releases photo set of fighters preparing for assault #Idlib
Mashallah, with this BMP-1 the moderate rebels will conquer Damascus.
Iraqi Intelligence: ''The Israeli drones that have been attacking our nation in the past few weeks are operating out of a base in YPG/SDF held areas in Syria and these operations are co-financed by Saudi Arabia. Israeli military personnel are on the ground in Northern Syria.''https://twitter.com/Brasco_Aad/status/1166380734795436039
big if true
Another T-55 IFV conversion
Stupid desert dwellers
>Pro-Assad media: ISIS militants repeatedly ambushed Syrian Army positions earlier today in remote desert areas of Deir al-Zour in eastern Syria, inflicting multiple casualties
+allegedly Mayadeen attacked.
anti-Assad social media is incredibly imaginative.
By the way boyz:>>239925>Last thought for tonight: Erdo's easiest deal ever. ~30000 jihadis have to go somewhere. SDF areas for Idleb? TFSA goes on SDF with RF green light, RF&SAA gets full green light on Idleb. Easy, simple, theoretically profitable for both. Risky as fuck for Syria.
And here we go:>Turkey has right to self-defence along its borders and will take necessary measures when needed, Turkish President Erdogan>Putin: I agreed with President Erdogan to take the necessary measures to remove the nests of militants in Idlib
Well it exploded 579 years ago anyway. On a more serious note, was Abu 'Umar held by SAA at the time?
Recent SAA anti-SVBIED track records says it probably hit it's target.
Can't know for sure without proofs though.
>>240323>that price per item
is this the "steal his look" meme?
also>20$ military grade boots>130$ rifle
damn son that's pretty cheap
boy they are roasting them
here are some memes>mask: none>cigarette: last one>cigarette pack: empty>mag carrier: none>rifle: 15% clean>boots none
here's the spiciest part, the bottom is showing what money you can donate to help the fighters
for the HTS tier 1 says you can outfit entirely one soldier for 200$
and for tier 2, your donation can buy a rifle, some rifle mags and a mag carrier for 150$
but here's where it get funny for the rebels, they're not asking for money but directly for the goods listed>tier 1: meat and vegetables>tier 2: shawarma>tier 3: sandwich>tier 4: cigarette pack
Syrian Army troops amassing in Al-Ghaab as 2nd phase of offensive approaches
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army has begun amassing troops in the southern region of the Al-Ghaab Plain, following a successful campaign in northern Hama and southern Idlib.
According to a military source in the Hama Governorate, the Syrian Army has sent reinforcements from the 4th Division and Republican Guard to the Al-Ghaab Plain region, as they prepare to launch the second phase of their northwestern Syria offensive.
Furthermore, the Syrian military has also moved several units from the National Defense Forces (NDF) to this front.
In regards to the Tiger Forces, a source from the army said this elite division is currently on a week-long furlough after carrying out the bulk of the southern Idlib operation.
The Tiger Forces will either be concentrated at the Al-Ghaab Plain axis or the front-line town of Ta’manah; they could also be split between both fronts.
At the same time, the Syrian Army will also launch a simultaneous assault on the key mountaintop town of Kabani, which overlooks much of the militant-held areas in the Al-Ghaab Plain.
The Syrian Army’s attack on Kabani will be a major factor in the battle for the Al-Ghaab Plain, as capturing the heights around the town will give them a much needed geographical boost.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-troops-amassing-in-al-ghaab-as-2nd-phase-of-offensive-approaches/
If they struggle so much in Kabani I wonder what Qarqur will look like.
BURGERS CAN SUCK A FAT COCK AND THEIR FOREIGN AFFAIRS IS A CATASROPHY BY TASS
Worth a read lads
>Putin says he discussed joint work on Su-57 fighter jet with Erdogan
ZHUKOVSKY, August 27. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan could see an advanced Russian fighter Su-57 that was showcased at the MAKS 2019 air show.
The two state leaders mounted the airplane ladder and examined it. Then the Russian and Turkish defense ministers joined the presidents, after which they continued the discussion of what they had seen.
Apart from the Su-57, the Russian and Turkish presidents also examined a Su-35 fighter, a Ka-62 medium helicopter and a Mi-38 heavy helicopter. Putin and Erdogan got a glimpse of the Mi-38's interior as well.
Then they headed for a Be-200 amphibious plane, where Putin told his Turkish counterpart about its basic characteristics. The presidents also went on board the Russian civilian plane MC-21 and examined the cockpit and the plane’s cabin.
Putin's comment following a joint news conference with the Turkish president
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin said at a news conference on Tuesday he had discussed the joint production of Russian aircraft with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
"We talked about cooperation on the Su-35 and even on the possible work on the new Su-57 plane," Putin commented following his negotiations with Erdogan, responding to a question from TASS.
"We have plenty of options and we have demonstrated new weapon systems and new electronic warfare complexes," Putin said.
"To my mind, many things evoked the interest of our Turkish partners not only from the viewpoint of the purchase but also from the viewpoint of the joint production," the Russian leader added.
"As a matter of fact, we are ready for this and will be actively discussing specific areas," Putin said.
Russia is proud of its breakthrough developments in the sphere of military and civilian aircraft, Putin pointed out.
According to the Russian leader, the Turkish partners were able to see, in particular, the latest Russian MC-21 medium-haul airliner at the MAKS 2019 air show.
"As I understood, the president [Erdogan] liked it and he liked rotorcraft very much, including Mi-38s and light helicopters that are used for medical purposes as well," Putin commented.
The Turkish leader has plans to implement the entire program in Turkey for developing aero-medical aircraft, Putin noted.
"We also have such plans on the agenda in Russia," the Russian leader added.
Erdogan's comment on the joint plans
Turkey is interested in the joint production of military hardware, including military aircraft, with Russia, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday.
"The joint production [of S-400 air defense systems] is a major step in relations with Russia. There were a lot of rumors on this issue but we didn’t pay the slightest attention to them," Erdogan said after his talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the MAKS aerospace show.
"We want to spread our solidary in this area to all the other spheres of the defense industry. This may also apply to military planes," the Turkish leader stated.
TERRIBLE NEWS FOR SYRIA
>Security zone on Turkish southern border to benefit Syria, says Putin
>Putin noted that Turkey is under considerable strain, having received over 3 mln Syrian refugees
ZHUKOVSKY, August 27. /TASS/. Creation of a security zone on the Turkish-Syrian border will help to maintain Syria’s territorial integrity, Russian President Vladimir Putin said during a press conference on the outcomes of the talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
"We understand Turkey’s concern related to ensuring the security of its southern borders, and we think that these are lawful interests of the Republic of Turkey," Putin said. He added that during the talks on Tuesday, Erdogan explained his stance on the issue in detail.
"To our mind, the creation of a security zone on the southern border of the Republic of Turkey will serve as a good precondition for maintaining territorial integrity of Syria itself," the Russian president stressed, noting that Moscow supports de-escalation activity in the area.
Putin noted that Turkey is under considerable strain, having received over 3 mln Syrian refugees. "By the way, stabilizing the situation on the territory of Syria leads to many people returning home: over 300 thousand refugees have arrived from abroad, and 1 million internally displaced people have returned home," the Russian leader said.
On August 7, a delegation of the US military held a series of talks in Ankara, on the outcomes of which the parties decided to open a joint Turkish-US operation center. Its goal is to coordinate efforts between the Turkish and the US military to implement a plan on creating a buffer zone in the north of Syria, which would allow the Syrian refugees to come back from Turkey. The buffer zone will serve to protect the Turkish border. Talks on establishing such an area, which would include a no-fly zone, started back in 2013.
>Aviation and artillery aimed at Nusra and co sites in Saraqib, Talmenes, Al-Tamanah, Al-Tah, Kafar Sijneh, Rakaya Sijneh, Sheikh Mustafa, Al-Naqer, Maar Tahroma, Ghadqa, Maar Shurin, Jarjanaz, Aldier Alsharki, Kafrnabel, Hass.https://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1166635326074511360
>Amid reports of new planned Turkish observation posts on M-4 highway, we have received information that TSK will deploy to the following locations in upcoming days
Saraqibhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1166729735629692928http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.804171&lon=36.447659&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;363227748;357842595;4829692;822576;3797149;737713;3464126;708496;1438522;0;1440238;0;0;279855>There are also reports about Khan Sheikhoun CS, which includes two new Turkish ob. posts, two joint Turkish-Russian posts/checkpoints, and other plans for Khan Sheikhoun city.>Personally I don't believe it, so I won't reveal details unless it seems more realistic in a few days
Nightly gains, very cool.
tigger benis :—-DDDDD
Somebody in the SAA is definitely feeding HTS info about SAA's plans because this has been an exact copy of the Tell Malah-Zakah scenario besides the fact that this time they failed to capture anything before SAA started their offensive.
Pro-jihadi media claimed alot, including capturing a fucking Smerch (yeah right they would park a MLRS system with a firing range capable of hitting the Bab al-Hawa border crossing that close to the frontline) but i digress, the point of both this and Tell Malah seems to be crippling the SAA before they're ready to start their offensive, hoping it will be a crippling blow.
>the point of both this and Tell Malah seems to be crippling the SAA
>hoping it will be a crippling blow
Hurr durr im tired.
I bet the Russians are also wise to this and are cooperating with Mukhabarat to sniff out this informer. But not to kill him, unless they have no choice. Rather, to use him as a honey trap by feeding disinformation to the jihadis and luring them into a devastating ambush before SAA goes on the attack.
Oh nononono don't do anything with the Tigers, they're fine just as they are mash'Ali
There's probably some al-James al-Bondi al-Nusrat in the ranks of SAA, spies are active in all areas in Syria, many visual proofs of that.
As long as Homo Suheil leads them, nothing can go wrong.
>Lebanese Army Opens Fire On Multiple Israeli Drones At Southern Border
Gunfire has erupted over southern Lebanon amid soaring tensions after Lebanon accused Israel of launching aggression tantamount to "a declaration of war" - in the words of President Michel Aoun, in reference to the twin Israeli drone attack on Hezbollah offices in south Beirut the past weekend.
Specifically on Wednesday the Lebanese army is reported to have opened fire on up to three "Israeli reconnaissance drones" for violating the country's airspace, according to the official National News Agency.
Reuters also reports that troops initially opened fire on the unmanned vehicles with M16 assault rifles, forcing the drones to return to Israeli airspace.
The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) appear to have confirmed the incident, but didn't specify whether the drones violated Lebanese airspace.
“Gunfire was heard from Lebanese territory toward the area where IDF drones were flying. The drones completed their mission, and no damage was caused,” the Israeli army said.
The Lebanese Air Force (LAF) mentioned three UAVs appearing near the village of Adaisseh, as well as in the vicinity of Kafr Kila, near the border with Israel. “The army confronted it and fired at it, forcing it to retreat,” the LAF said in a statement.
Some Arab regional media actually claimed one or more of the drones were destroyed by the gunfire, but it remains unclear.
There are significant fears that Lebanon and Israel could be barreling toward a major conflict similar to the 2006 war, also after on Sunday a separate Israeli drone strike (following the south Beirut incident) reached deep into Lebanon, killing a PFLP-GC leader in Lebanon's Bekaa Valley (a Palestinian paramilitary group).
Both the national army and Hezbollah have vowed to shoot down any unauthorized aircraft in violation of Lebanese airspace, despite Israel over the past couple years violating it frequently to conduct air raids on targets in Syria.https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-08-28/lebanese-army-fires-upon-multiple-israeli-drones-southern-border
First Iraq says it’s a declaration of war (>>240271
), now Lebanon.
2:03 Ruskie writing on the tank, weird
SHITPAMPS ARE BACK?
AFGHAN FRONTLINE MAP
It’s just districtmaps for now lad. Sorry about that.
🔲#IEA and media reported #Taliban attacks in #Badghis #Kandahar #Daykundi and #Bamyan (rare claim)
🔲Military and media reported ops in #Kabul #Zabul and #Ghor
🔲Explosion in #Kabul killed at least one
>#IEA and media reported #Taliban attacks in #Badghis #Kandahar #Daykundi and #Bamyan (rare claim)
Now that is rare.
Taliban seem to have a singular focus on Salaam Telecom, I’ve seen at least four reports of their towers being sabotaged within the past week. https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2/status/1167620258867437568>#Kunduz : Police Incharge for PD3 of Kunduz City Sayed Mansoor Hashmi was Critically Injured in Taliban Attack.>ANA have Fired 2 Tickets towards Kunduz Hospital.
U.S AirForce have filled the Skies…https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2/status/1167620845411426304>Taliban Attack begun at 1:30 AM Late Night .
Police initially stated they Thwarted the Attack but the Taliban kept progressing.>Video of late night Clashes.. [in link]
Taliban have taken over the Kunduz provincial health department building, which is inside Kunduz city in PD1, provincial health officials say.
So far 3 dead 18 wounded brought to hospital from Kunduz city fightinghttps://twitter.com/shoaibsharifi1/status/1167649901699899393
Sources from inside #Kunduz govt hospital told the BBC #Taliban has entered the hospital. Fighting inside the city still on going, although heavy weapons explosions has stopped in the last hour. Govt say they have enough forces to repel the Taliban.https://twitter.com/TGhazniwal/status/1167649569099923457
Update: #Taliban captured parts of Kunduz city including PD3 & Sadarak, established checkpoint on main entrance to Kunduz. the whole city is closed down.https://twitter.com/AbuDujanaAhmadi/status/1167649376241668097
Afghan government special forces are trying to enter to the city, but #Taliban do not let them!
New comer Government forces convoy has been stopped near to entrance Door of the City from Kabul side.https://twitter.com/HabibKhanT/status/1167645912077864960
Taliban have launched coordinated attacks on northern Kunduz city. Fighting is ongoing since early morning. Telephones companies have shut their services. The city has fallen to the Taliban twice since 2015.https://twitter.com/ehsan_af/status/1167651115363635205
Taliban have taken control of Kunduz main hospital, sever fighting continues in most parts of the city, no news of casualties yet.https://twitter.com/jsaeedsh/status/1167652002945556480
Ongoing fight in the inner city of #Kunduz, #Gov on the brink of losing control of #Khnduz for the third time.
#Taliban Recently reached captured PD3 of the city.
Now about 80% of the land is under control of the Taliban.
Progresses going on…https://twitter.com/AbuDujanaAhmadi/status/1167654972877627397
PD6 of #Kunduz city cleared, multiple police killed/wounded as rest fled, currently under Mujahidin pursuit.https://twitter.com/A_Khalil_Afghan/status/1167656615518121985
Mujahidin have cleared Zar Khared area & entered PD3 of #Kunduz city.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167657061016047616
Mujahidin have reached Charam Geri street from Imam Sahib Bandar of #Kunduz city, 15 small & large CPs overrun.https://twitter.com/A_Khalil_Afghan/status/1167657063775973376
Sud Famili area of #Kunduz city also cleared, Mujahidin have reached Spin Zar park, enemy is fleeing.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167657276301303808
According to ground sources & local journalists #Afghan army defence lines collapsed at several positions, large areas of #Kunduz city fell into #Taliban
Khak Kani area of Kabul Bandar in #Kunduz city falls to Mujahidin, main highway now under Mujahidin control.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167657821720195072
More then 60% parts of Kunduz city fallen to #Taliban.
Taliban progressing towards the city center ….
Details on the way….https://twitter.com/hairan_safay/status/1167660218416869378
#IslamicEmirate forces stormed on #Kunduz city from many directions, now Mujahideen are fighting enemy in 1km of central square of the city.
The forces are advancing on several parts, be in touch. #AlFathhttps://twitter.com/SABIQ_Af/status/1167661074931494919
Mujahidin have reached Mandi & Berinj Bazaar of #Kunduz city after overrun Khairak hill CP, Zar Khared station, Zabit Noorullah CP, cmd. Sharif CP, Hadera CP & Zakhmadan Zakhel CP on the way; enemy fled after sustaining casualties.https://twitter.com/A_Khalil_Afghan/status/1167663613445836800
Latest update on Kunduz is that Afghan air-force super tucanos are striking Taliban who had advanced on Kunduz city.
But several outposts have fallen. The taliban are inside the provincial health directorate and the city hospital.https://twitter.com/MujMash/status/1167664416709627904
#Update of #kunduz_attack:
#Mujahidin have reached Mahbas (prison) street from #Kabul Bandar. Department of Agriculture & University areas have fallen & an enemy pickup truck packed with equipment seized.
Multiple #police bodies laying at one end of street
#Afghanistan #Taliban https://twitter.com/Badr_ul_huda/status/1167664711179153409
#Kunduz update: 26 #Taliban terrorists killed in the first airstrike carried out by #AAF in Qari Zakhil area of Kunduz city. More strikes to follow.https://twitter.com/baharmhr/status/1167666222059708418>8 hours to get Air Force there
And yes I’m aware it was 1:30AM when Taliban began attack but surely the govt Air Force isn’t so underdeveloped after 18 years of US investment that they don’t have some kind of night tracking.
CP overrun near Zakhelo area of #Kunduz city, 10 gunmen killed (corpses left behind) & weapons/equipment seized.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167668049077579777
Enemy Shahri battalion close to 300-bed hospital in Kabul Bandar area of #Kunduz city surrenders, commander along with all personnel lay down arms & surrender 4 pickup trucks, APC, large amount weapons/equipment.
Troopers transferred to secure location.https://twitter.com/TGhazniwal/status/1167669907426828289
Now at least two accounts are claiming Kunduz has fallen, but I’m pressing X.
4. Kunduz city update: fighting has slowed a little, but there is no sign that Taliban have retreated from the areas they had entered.
Afghan air-force planes flying over and have carried out some strikes. In PD3, at least one police outpost on fire.https://twitter.com/MujMash/status/1167675019201339392
Updates: ANP Special Forces 555 and 333 units are on the way to Kunduz to repel Taliban attacks. Will get there shortly.https://twitter.com/F_Bashari/status/1167675345035808770
26 Taliban terrorists killed in airstrikes carried out by AAF in Pul Shinwari, Zakhil, Kala Qaw & Qahwa Khana regions of the Kunduz City.https://twitter.com/moiafghanistan/status/1167678144758919169
Another CP overrun near Berinj Bazaar of #Kunduz city, Mujahidin have reached Anti-Narcotics Department near Bala Hisar, CP also overrun in Puli Safid Kala Gaw area, enemy is running and dropping weapons.
Mujahidin also closing in on Khanabad Bandar.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167678550872383489
15 troopers surrender & hand over APC in Se Darak area of #Kunduz city.https://twitter.com/Zabehulah_M33/status/1167678762630221824
I think I’m just gonna fall asleep before I pass out.
I’ll fill you in tomorrow (today).
So from what I’ve gathered
- multiple sources claimed that the ANA in Kunduz surrendered to Taliban and the city fell.
- other sources claimed fighting was ongoing with multiple airstrikes and the city never fell.
- a Red Unit commander was reportedly killed in an airstrike.
- there was a suicide bombing at the Kunduz Roundabout where a gathering of ANA and local officials were at; they were interviewing with a journalist. Police chief was killed.
- General Miller arrived in the city.
- ANDSF are securing the city, but Taliban are still present.
- Taliban claim their objective wasn’t to capture the city, but overrun the outskirts, inflict casualties, and get war spoils. Towards this goal they appear to be successful (https://twitter.com/A_Khalil_Afghan/status/1167822180153012229
Current map of Taliban control around Kunduz.>>240864
Hi Al-Irani. Back for good? How’s the situation in Iran?
Taliban are present in Bamyan Province, Kahmard District.https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1167762248691081216
aaaaand he's gone again
>ayyyy-tyranny-n33t gone again
And nothing of value was lost!
In other news, US&co. are bommbing jihadists in Idlib.
I wonder why. Might be they got mad at their assets after Iran tanker plan went downhill.
what's the motive this time?
>>240870>>240880>>240891>Back for good?
p-probably…my mainboard got damaged and didn't have money to buy a new one. worked as snapp(Iranian Uber) driver for several months.>How’s the situation in Iran?
Bad, even worse than before. yesterday i saw two man fighting with each other over some empty plastic bottles in garbage can.
I don't read the news anymore because some news(like we are sending oil to syria) makes me angry.
And i can't even waste my time shitposting in /sp/ because all my vpn servers are bloacked and i don't have a 4chan pass.
al irani finally stopped being a NEET, impressive
btw why didn't you buy a phone to browse internet instead?
and what is the opinion of the population about the fact that you dabbed hard on the Anglo by seizing their boat?
At least i'm not a wagie, i can go to work anyday anytime i want, i do what i want(link related)>https://efukt.com/22629_Ultra_Alpha.html
I have a phone but i only use it for Telegram and Instagram, browsing sites like mlpol & 4ch & 8ch is not comfortable on phone.
As usual hezbolahi and pro government people talk about how we shut down their drone and seized their ship(Iran No.1 in the world, everyone fear Islamic Republic) and anti government people mock Islamic republic for seizing a ship full of Indian peasants.
Normies don't think, they just pick a narrative(pro or anti IR) and stick to it.
Yeah but Americans and kikes aren't starving and fighting with each other over garbage can.(i appreciate the ZOG humiliation though)>England humiliation
Not an achievement, they are laughing stock of the world.>>240982
>>240984>Yeah but Americans and kikes aren't starving and fighting with each other over garbage can
Maybe, but america isn't too far off from being officially a failed state 3rd world shithole
poverty rates and homelessness is off the charts, illegal immigration is even worse under trump and there are more shootings per month than the number of days in a month
and israel knows that it's slowly getting choked out by the presence of iranians at the border and their political scene is very fractured>Not an achievement
name one nation that managed to humiliate them this hard in the past decade? even germoney is struggling to BTFO them with brexit negotiations
At this point, it’s just a question of who breaks first.
hey lad, if you don't mind me asking, what's your telegram? I wanna add you
Impossible, our people are too cucked to rise against government no matter what happens in the future.>>241107
Sorry bro, my telegram has my real info(first name, last name, photo, phone number)
>>241152>our people are too cucked to rise against government
how come considering this government is here BECAUSE the people rose up in the past?
also i can bet you anything that there are more people today in California alone fighting for trash than in the entirety of Iran, ask any californian (or american) he'll confirm
You know what people say in Iran:
Shah upbring a generation who fought against the whole world in Iraq war and IR upbring the current cucked generation.
IR learned from shah mistakes, during the revolution all groups got united against shah, after the revolution khomeini purged most of those people who fought against the shah(commies,leftist,MEK,nationalists,…)
In Iran, opposition don't have a leader because all capable leaders are dead or behind bars.
Also during revolution shah got BTFO by general strikes in country.
After the revolution, IR changed the employment system, commitment to IR have priority to proficiency and knowledge right now(thats why we have a lot of retarded officials)
All key positions are in hand of trusted people right now.
Pic related is employment test in Iran, Imagine you studied science for 6 years in university and now you must answer these kind of questions (how many sons Jakub had?lol) in order to get a job.
Zarif Lavrov meeting: https://sana.sy/en/?p=172632
Pic is SAA today observing the ceasefire in the morning
#Baghlan : More ANSF SOF Landed in Pul I Khumri through Air Transport to help Break Taliban Siege.
Despite Big MoD Claims and Photosessions , The City is Facing #Taliban Siege and could Collapse if Taliban Throttle Up Number of their Fighters from Neighbouring Provinces.https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2/status/1169296287394611203
Also reminder Tarinkot is still under siege.
Meanwhile, Baghlan city was stormed by the Taliban.
Historically, Taliban's large scale attacks on districts and Provincial capitals intensify in the months of August & September. This year, as of yet #ANDSF has held its ground and pushed back Taliban's attacks.https://twitter.com/WahajZia/status/1168840927726751744
"We will be forced to open the gates. We cannot be forced to handle the burden alone," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned on Thursday while demanding that European countries give political support to his controversial 'safe zone' plan in northern Syria.
Ankara is currently in tense negotiations with the United States over Erdogan's plan to militarily carve out a large swathe of territory along the Turkish-Syrian border which would serve as a buffer zone of sorts where US-backed Kurdish militias could not operate.
Erdogan said one million refugees could settle in the new buffer territory, thus alleviating the crisis on Turkish soil, and ultimately for Europe as well.
Turkey sees the YPG core of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) as a terrorist extension of the outlawed PKK. Turkey has of late vowed to carve out the proposed 'safe' territory on a unilateral basis if it can't make progress with Washington.
Also during the speech Turkey's president complained his nation “did not receive the support needed from the world” to help it cope with the refugee crisis through the eight-year long war.
Erdogan issued a 'with us or against us' ultimatum to the world on Thursday:
“You either support us to have a safe zone in Syria, or we will have to open the gates. Either you support us or no one should feel sorry. We would like to host 1 million refugees in the safe zone,” he said.
It goes without saying that the territory in question is not his to control or dole out, and Damascus has slammed what it sees as a big Turkish land-grab.
Turkey has pressed hard for the proposed safe zone east of the Euphrates for the past year ('safe zone' envisioned in blue in map below):
It's also the case that many analysts see Turkey as a prime external party to the conflict that's done more than any other to exacerbate and prolong the war, including fueling the rise of ISIS.
Turkey's president previously claimed the country has spent a total of $35 billion on hosting some 4 million Syrian refugees, but that the European Union hasn't upheld previously agreed to commitments under a refugee settlement plan.
It's not the first time Ankara has threatened to allow Syrian refugees and migrants to leave for EU countries and it likely won't be the last, but it'll be interesting to see if Erdogan's blackmail will witness any positive movement out of Europe.https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-09-05/erdogan-well-flood-europe-syrian-refugees-unless-safe-zone-established
Video of caves and stuff in the recently captured areashttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhBsvwtPqQg
They unironically had an underground vehicle hangar, there's probably similar shelters all over Idlib.
The quarries of Maarrat al-Numan, Jisr al-Shughour and western Aleppo comes to mind.
>>241720>from a new front
With lots of reports of reinforcements coming to Aleppo…
If an offensive does happen and it isn't the Khan Sheikhoun front, i think Aleppo and/or Abu Duhur (Abu Dali could be included in Abu Duhur).
Ruskies lost 3 SOF after all.>https://t.me/bbbreaking/21770
Judging by RuSOF operations abu ad-Duhur & Ghab Plain
Abu Duhur is definitely the wisest and most probable choice.
Ghab Plains without even capturing Jabal Shashbo first is pants on head, if they managed to pull off some splinter cell move capturing Ankawi at night, the supply lines would still get smoked by ATGM during the day.
The Virgin SAA
>bailed out by multiple foreign powers, needed a returning superpower to turn the tide
>can’t retake every inch
>forever cucked out of critical strategic land by a nuclear neighbor who has repeatedly made SAA their bitch
>can’t even attack foreign invaders, only bypass
>ran away from battle for years
>may have to accept partitioning
>secularist, phasing God out of daily life
>has homosexuals, not punishable by death
>Jews within Syria
>foreign powers have to be present at literally every battle to help them make gains
>has to beg foreign powers for every inch, gets repeatedly denied
>attacks nuclear-armed superpower within Afghanistan on the regular, no fucks given
>has no foreign power help, doesn’t need it
>on the way to kicking all foreign invaders and collaborators out by themselves
>foreign powers beg to negotiate with them
>willing to negotiate, can solve war with military force anyway
>faces battle with courage, finds honor in martyrdom; enemies flee from them
>rejects any and all foreign presence in Afghanistan, will rule 100% of Afghanistan
>traditionalist, keeps God close
>no homosexuals, punishable by death
>collaborators need foreign powers present at every battle and still lose
>foreign invaders aren’t safe anywhere in Afghanistan, attacked in their own bases and compounds
>only one Jew left in Afghanistan; don’t need to kill him, he’ll die eventually
And we're back on nothingness…
Da tavarish, agreed on Abu ad-Duhur. Altough personally I'd like to see a push in west Halab CS, the frontlines there are literally asking for a Koteling Experience®https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OJN_FRVpv1Yhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crM8gyu8DMYhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yUXD4LrC0o
Unreliable source claims IsAF attacked Ruski positions in DeZ with drones launched from Iraqi bases. I know how it sounds. Here's the source: https://free-news.su/voennye-konflikty/38120-pozicii-rossijskix-voennyx-atakovany-izrailskimi-bespilotnikami
Syria is the eternally sworn enemy of the Roach King. Not only would doing so remove their one negotiating card with the EU, but it would be a boon to Syria's rebuilding and stabilizing efforts.
Cause of Hatay?>also
seriously, why is anyone surprised Israel survives so long and is winning with the self-masochistic ME being so fucked up
they'll go back to turkey since these refugees are anti regime, plus he can use them as leverage against EU
Clown world can only go so far.
>>241153>ask any californian (or american) he'll confirm
Can confirm Doctor.
>>240961>worked as snapp(Iranian Uber) driver for several months.
Beats holding a gun amirite? ;^)
حوصله ام سر رفته
>>242101>jew is trying to play sunni against shia for his own amusement
imajine my socks
Hostile strike in #Syria is highly expected
Especially against the allied forces.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1171115566322659328
#NEW: Alert level has reportedly been raised in northern #Israel due to fear of rocket attacks from #Syria. - @KANNhttps://twitter.com/TheINTELJunkie/status/1171112243456630786>>242106
no really I wonder when will they have enough
the hizb ATGM ambush few days ago was a bit underwhelming
I expect them to do better next time
U.S. Treasury Secretary @stevenmnuchin1 said on Monday that the Trump administration was considering imposing sanctions on related to Turkey's purchase of the #Russian-made S-400 air defense missile system
Turkey’s denominated sovereign bonds fell after Mnuchin’s comments.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-turkey-sanctions/mnuchin-considering-u-s-sanctions-over-turkeys-s-400-purchase-idUSKCN1VU1DF
#Taliban attacked #ISKP positions in Chalas area of #Kunar according to @drknurpakt2 report, but fighting is ongoing there for months. No matter how many times #Taliban attacked their hide outs #Khurasan always made a come back
#Taliban in the beginning indeed managed to overran most of #Khurasan held territory in #Kunar bur then #ISKP splitted into smaller groups and now its conducting hit and run attacks.
Not many wants to say this, but unlike in #Jawzjan in #Kunar some potion of locals (especially HC Salafi's) actually supports [IS-K] and that poses a major challenge for #IEA therehttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1171109759094796290
- Taliban setting up positions to NW of Pul-i Khumri, have both northern roads cut.
B-but Abu Ivanka Al-Amriki told me that the Taliban is getting hit hard!
trump has always been lukewarm on the situation in afghanistan
if anything he prefers to withdraw so he can be known as the guy who ended the longest war in american history
Exactly, plus the US govt knows by now the war cannot be won by US/NATO/Kabul with military force so the options then become indefinite war, genocide, or withdraw under favorable (or unfavorable) conditions.
and why not sooner?
and who's next?
holy kek>>242192>guardian of zion gone
who will bomb ayyiran now
See >>242195>”you must bomb Iyyran… You must make war for Israel… You must massacre the goyim…”>>242198
We shall see, but my money is on “No one”.
it's not a mobile mosque, it's a mobile mausoleum
probably should wait for other publications to confirm the reason.
It's an inside joke you clearly know nothing about
Abu ad-Duhur humanitarian corridor to be re-opened soon. It indicates some action may take place on that front.
RuAF bombed jihadis in Latakia first time since the ceasefire (might be related to drones that keep trolling Khmeimim)https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-russian-air-force-launches-first-strikes-since-ceasefire-announcement/
Fresh and rare footage, USAF F35&F15 bombed IS in Iraqhttps://vk.com/video-123538639_456255467
Looks like it was modeled after that WWII German APC halftrack, too. Can't think of the name of it right now.
#2 was what came to mind, yeah.
I miss you fags but I found something so much better
Fucking love man, fucking love.
According to local account from #Kunduz, all roads around provincial capital are under #Taliban control. Salaam Network relay was blown up in Qalah ye Zal. No progress in #Baghlan according to him #Afghanistan
He also claimed that the reason why Govt. managed to took districts in #Badakhshan is because many #Taliban fighters from there descended into #Takhar #Baghlan and #Kunduz and overran areas in those 3 provinceshttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1171834424977240065
Mizana district of Zabul completely under Taliban control, now it makes 5 districts in 5 days that have been capturedhttps://twitter.com/Elly_Ammar/status/1171819724805726210
>which got me interested in this guy as a source, which led to this
Expect major Taliban attack in Logar province very soon.https://twitter.com/Elly_Ammar/status/1171817991740243970
Doing a think.
I think I'm done with this war. Don't care anymore.
>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. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/israeli-attacks-syria-halted-after-russia-threatened-shoot-down-jets-report
Gigantic if verified
>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.https://www.reuters.com/article/us-afghanistan-taliban/afghan-taliban-send-team-to-russia-after-u-s-talks-collapse-idUSKCN1VZ034
Israel is literally the only country that bombs others for re-election points. Not even the jingoistic USA pulls shit like that.
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
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.
it's mainly the russian diaspora that would hate having russia as an antagonist
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.
forgot 2nd pic>>242632
true but they all vote Lieberman anyway
expect price spike world wide on all products
Damn, so nothing changed except worse strategic and diplomatic situation.
I really think there’s more to this attack than “Houthis got lucky”. Especially since this came just before the Aramco IPO.
>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. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/houthis-say-its-not-over-saudi-facilities-still-within-range-iraq-denies-its-territory
>>242634>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
>>242732>who they believe was the cause of this attack, and under what terms we would proceed!>"what is thy bidding my lord"
>>242741>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.
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
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
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
>>242752>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
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
>>242756>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"
other than bibi and few others almost everyone in likud is mizrahi
just look at those mutts
#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 mistakehttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1173683837693509633
is number 28 ethiopian?
30 is arab
token diversity hires
top kek, who the fuck makes these quality memes and what can we expect from this stalemate for the political stability of israel?
>>242831>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.
Hey Doc, question.
How bad is it?
>>242842>How bad is it?
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
#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.https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2/status/1175390011291779072
This is why Taliban will win.
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.https://twitter.com/TGhazniwal/status/1175366771957743616
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…
- 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
>>243211>10 lac afghani
that's around 12780 USD
how did they manage to find so much money?
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.
Ben voyons. Thanks for the info and links, and yes I enjoyed that title.
Doc, you have your answer.
Dems have begun impeachment inquiry against Trump.
Well what else were you expecting from an american game development studio>>243685
how's that any different from the past 4 years?
do they have anything to pin him this time?
Apparently he asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden and his son, giving the Dens casus belli to start impeachment proceedings.
This is what MSM (CNBC) has to say about it.>Trump asked Ukraine president in phone call ‘if you can look into’ Biden and his son
President Donald Trump asked Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky to “look into” former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden, during a phone call in July.
“There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that, so whatever you can do with the attorney general would be great,” Trump said in the call, according to a memorandum of the conversation.
Trump added: “Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution, so if you can look into it, It sounds horrible to me.”
In a five-page memorandum of the July 25 call, Trump mentioned Biden only once. Despite Trump’s promise to release the “fully declassified and unredacted transcript,” the memorandum notes that it is “not a verbatim transcript” of the discussion, according to a disclaimer in a footnote in the document.
The call lasted about 30 minutes, according to the memorandum.
The conversation with Zelensky is reportedly a central part of the whistleblower complaint that spurred many Democrats to support an impeachment inquiry against Trump. Democrats are demanding that the DOJ release the full whistleblower complaint, and allow the whistleblower to testify to congressional committees.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who had been reluctant to take impeachment steps, announced a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump on Tuesday. “The actions of the Trump presidency revealed the dishonorable fact of the president’s betrayal of his oath of office, betrayal of our national security and betrayal of integrity of our elections,” Pelosi said.
Trump has maintained that the call with Zelensky was “perfect,” and that there was no “quid pro quo.”
Department of Justice officials in the agency’s criminal division concluded that the call did not constitute a campaign finance violation, NBC News’ Pete Williams reported Wednesday. That division determined last week that what Trump was asking Zelensky for did not amount to a “thing of value” as the law requires, an official told NBC.
But Democrats have raised broader concerns about whether Trump solicited a foreign leader to dig up dirt on Biden, his potential rival in the 2020 presidential election. They are also concerned about why Trump reportedly decided to withhold hundreds of millions of dollars in aid to Ukraine at least a week before the call with Zelensky.
The timing of that move, which was criticized for being done without a good explanation, has bred speculation that Trump may have used the military assistance as leverage to pressure Zelensky.
In the memorandum of the call, Zelensky noted that Ukraine was “almost ready to buy more [Javelin missiles] from the United States for defense purposes.”
Trump responded: “I would like you to do us a favor though because our country has been through a lot and Ukraine knows a lot about it. I would like you to find out what happened with this whole situation with Ukraine.” Trump appears to be referring in this instance to the origins of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe, though it is not entirely clear.
Trump and his personal attorney, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, have accused Biden of corruption over his pressuring Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who reportedly oversaw a probe into the owner of a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma Holdings, of which Hunter Biden was a board member.
There’s no clear evidence that Biden’s actions as vice president were intended to help his son; other nations had also called for the Ukrainian prosecutor’s resignation. Hunter Biden has not been accused of wrongdoing related to his work with the company.
After Trump suggested In the call that Ukraine “look into” Biden and his son, Zelensky said he is appointing a new prosecutor “look into the situation.”
Trump then said that he “will have Mr. Giuliani give you a call and I am also going to have Attorney General [William] Barr call and we will get to the bottom of it.”
Stocks showed little reaction to the transcript’s release. However, investors remain concerned over the impeachment inquiry as it could weaken Trump’s stance in U.S.-China trade negotiations. It could also delay the ratification of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, the trilateral trade deal that Trump wants to replace NAFTA.
btw how are the meds treating you?
any difference in behavior/memory?
Nothing as of yet.
Only week of taking them tho.
Sleep was better at the start, worse now.
>>243882>Only week of taking them tho
it takes 3 to 4 weeks to kick in
also try not to kill yourself in the meantime, seriously, it's one of the side effects before the treatment kicks in
Yeah I got that figured. Pray for me this saturday tho. I f I fail my fucking entry exam for the 3rd fucking time I might lose it..
in the meantime keep your eyes on the prize and don't get distracted
I've come back because I saw that America is going to bomb Assad-kun again. I'm scared bros. >>243740
kek, didn't they have one with the white helmets in it?
What is there to explain. They called upon him and he was stupid enough to hear them out. They wish to send a team to ((improve)) the education system through various projects.http://www.radio.gov.pk/23-09-2019/delegation-of-george-soros-foundation-calls-on-pm-imran-khan
The government has been clamping down on foreign NGOs recently hopefully they will fuck up this cunts plans as well. But you never know.
Also good luck with you'r exams mate. I hope you succeed.
>>244737> hopefully they will fuck up this cunts plans as well
aye being doubtful about the government ability to do something right for once is usually a solid bet.
When you’re making the case for a sustained U.S. military presence in Afghanistan and using the “look, we’re only spending $45 billion and sustaining 20 or so casualties a year” argument, you’ve lost
This dispatch from a remote area of a remote province is a good microcosm of where Afghanistan is. Afghan forces are severely overstretched, don’t have the manpower to defend what they capture, and wouldn’t be gaining were it not for U.S. air support.https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/26/world/asia/afghanistan-taliban-badakhshan-battle.html
Afghan forced capture a district, until the Taliban launch a withering counterattack and wear down the ANDSF. Local commanders call for reinforcements, but the reinforcements are either late or not there. Back and forth we go. You have to wonder: what is the point of it all?https://twitter.com/DanDePetris/status/1177582834325700608
Structure of #ISKP in eastern #Afghanistan based on infos provided by
there's noticeably less government controlled zones than last year
Ah well, I did a lot of research spanning days/weeks on each district back in April/May to see if Taliban were present within them as defined by Taliban activity denoting ground control (CPs/bases seized, roads blocked, etc) and/or govt activity denoting Taliban ground control (mostly airstrikes, or soldiers/police defecting/surrendering to Taliban WITHIN said district). I then checked to see if they were from a year or two at the most ago, so I discarded anything from 2017 and earlier since too much can and does change within that time period.
The result is that the Taliban controlled/were present within far more districts than my previous districtmaps showed since the 2018 maps were based on present activity without accounting for past activity. A consequence of a war being underreported since I had to manually research every single district to get a more accurate picture, but this has improved.
Nowadays, I look at several sources daily. Heck, I even search “Taliban District” in the search bar within twitter in case the normal sources missed something - which they do from time to time.
But yes, even with this taken into account, the Government HAS lost a lot of ground since 2018, and I wouldn’t be surprised if they’ve taken a lot more casualties as well considering in Jan 2018 they were at ~75% strength (full strength is 334K ANDSF) and that was before a bloody year for the govt - reference: they took ~30K casualties throughout 2018, and it had taken 3 years (2015-2018) to reach the same figure before 2018 got underway.
This year so far has shaped up to be an even bloodier year for the govt - that complex attack on the ANA SOF base in Wardak set the tone for the year.https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1087386974439247873https://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1087465086577446913
And the fact that the govt is retreating to the populated centers by announcing they’re building bigger bases in ‘safer’ areas while closing CPs in hostile areas is quite telling of how bad it’s gotten for them.https://www.stripes.com/news/afghan-military-looks-to-bigger-bases-while-closing-checkpoints-in-hostile-taliban-territory-1.580570
NATO/US support can only go so far, but NATO/US will find themselves forced to withdraw if the ANDSF becomes nonexistent, and the Taliban know this hence their bloody campaign against the ANDSF aimed at maximum casualties.>Afghans when US talks about pulling out.
Shilling pastebin again, for the lurkers.https://pastebin.com/t7SayZmf
All telecommunication are dead except Salam, #Taliban warned all of them to remain off.
Ministry of telecommunication accept the warning of Taliban and say: the communication companies restrict services in most areas.
Tomorrow, all network services will be off due to warn. #AFGhttps://twitter.com/Zalmay_Afg/status/1177629256920260608
Yep, Salaam is being targeted since they won’t play ball with the Taliban. However even they’re shutting down tomorrow because they know Taliban capabilities.
Most of highways blocked, people prevented to visit cities except patients by #Taliban.
Most of communications are dead, may be the Taliban will cut electricity over all cities.
Taliban prepared attendance for those students; studying in cities, they called them to homes. #AFGhttps://twitter.com/Zalmay_Afg/status/1177262461130555393
#Taliban special forces blocked all ways in eastern Afghanistan, everyone noticed not to visit the cities except patients. #AFGhttps://twitter.com/Zalmay_Afg/status/1177620003773919233
#Taliban cut electricity on capital #Kabul+northern provinces, gov't confirmed.
Taliban also cut power on Helmand and Kandahar cities, may be the rest cities will go dark tonight.
Biometrict machines may face trouble because of non available electricity everwhere!https://twitter.com/Zalmay_Afg/status/1177626358299713536
Tomorrow is gonna be so much fun!
Just look at this account to see record low turnout at polling stations in Afghanistan. Even in Kabul, hardly anyone is showing up and the polling staff are bored to tears. In a lot of places, no one showed up at all.
🔲Unprecedented number of claims (attacks, rocket strikes, IED's, blockades) by #IEA (some confirmed by media) Over 100 in 27 provinces of #Afghanistan
🔲Military reported air and ground ops in 7 provinceshttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1177894679251243009
🔲#IEA claimed another 21 attack (raids, IED, blockade) in 14 provinces
🔲Air strike reported in #Uruzgan
🔲Al Emara reported missile strike on Tarinkot AB which hosts #NATO troops
🔲1 killed, 7 wounded in election violence in #Uruzganhttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1177920291550445568
they could literally sway the election by sending a couple of undercover agents
#Afghanistan : #Taliban Say till Now , they Have Done 314 Big and Small Attacks , Captured 2 Districts , 1 Base , 1 City Section and 5 CheckPosts in 28 Provinces of the Country.
Further Saying Atleast 159 Security Forces Members were Killed and 93 Injured in these Attacks .https://twitter.com/drknurpakt2/status/1177882443023564800>>244906>sway the election
To what purpose though? That whole lot in Kabul is all the same.
>>244907>To what purpose though?
to elect insiders that would be the best choice, or elect the most corrupt/incompetent politician to soften the opponent's strength
having control on the outcome of elections is always an advantage
True but they have too much to lose if they’re caught doing this, it indirectly legitimizes the Kabul government as well as legitimizing the electoral process itself.
The same insiders could be gained by flipping govt employees their side.
No major incident of insecurity reported on polling day so far: #MoD
KABUL (AIP): Afghan defense ministry on Saturday said the voting in presidential election smoothly continued and no major incident of insecurity took place across Afghanistan till 11:00 a.m. (local time) on ..https://twitter.com/aip_news/status/1177915387679268864
Ok I've passsed, barely.
Not kms-ing anytime soon.
Now here's to 3 more years.
On September 29, the Houthis’ media wing released shocking videos of the first phase of “Operation Victory From God,” which took place south of Saudi Arabia’s Najran earlier in September.
The videos were showcased during a press conference of the Yemen group’s spokesman, Brig. Gen. Yahya Sari, who revealed new details about the operation
According to Brig. Gen. Sari, the operation was planned for months and involved the Missile Force, the Air Force and the Air-Defense Forces.
The Yemeni Missile Force launched ten Badir-1 rockets at Jizan airport, while the Air Force carried out 21 operations against military targets throughout the Kingdom. These attacks took place over several months before the operation to distract the Saudi-led coalition air forces and hinder their operations.
During the operation, the Yemeni Air Defense Forces targeted the coalition’s attack helicopters, preventing them from provide close air support to trapped Saudi troops south of Najran.
Brig. Gen. Sari summarized the results of Operation Victory from God, as the following:
Houthi fighters captured 350 km2 south of Najran, including dozens of key positions.
More than 500 Saudi service members and Saudi-backed Yemen fighters were killed.
More than 2,000 personnel of the Saudi-led coalition were captured, including Saudi officers.
Hundreds of pick-up trucks, armored vehicles, armored personnel carriers (APCs) and engineering vehicles were captured. At least 15 other vehicles were destroyed.
The Houthis’ spokesman also revealed that Saudi warplanes carried out at least 300 airstrikes in a desperate attempt to foil the operation, targeting even its own soldiers and proxies. At least 200 coalition personnel were killed in such “friendly” airstrikes.
The Houthis’ spokesman noted that Operation Victory of God is still ongoing, calling on Saudi-backed Yemeni fighters to leave the front lines and return to their homes.
The Saudi-led coalition has not yet commented on the shocking footage. The heavy losses could force the Kingdom to reassessed its policy in Yemen.https://en.muraselon.com/2019/09/saudi-arabia-yemen-video-houthy/
Syrian Army is mulling a new offensive in Idlib: source
BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:20 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is seriously considering a new offensive in the Idlib Governorate after several days of trading hostilities with the jihadist forces near the demilitarized zone, a source from the military told Al-Masdar News this morning.
According to the military source, the Syrian Army’s patience is wearing thin in southern Idlib and western Aleppo after several ceasefire violations by the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham in these governorates.
The source said the army has responded to the ceasefire violations, but they have yet to launch any storming operation against Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and their allies.
He would add that if Turkey does not dismantle Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham and their jihadist allies this month, then the Syrian military will launch a new offensive to further weaken these militant factions in northwestern Syria.
The Syrian Arab Army halted their southern Idlib offensive in late August after capturing several areas, including the key town of Khan Sheikhoun.
However, since then, the front-lines in southern Idlib have experienced little peace, as both sides continue to trade hostilities each day.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-is-mulling-a-new-offensive-in-idlib-source/
A high level #Taliban delegation will officailly visit #Pakistan tomorrow, the delegation will be led by Mullah Abdul Ghani Berader, who was imprisoned by #Pak army for #US wishes.
It will be a surprise to Pakistani officials to welcome and say sorry to Mullah Beradar. #AFGhttps://twitter.com/Zalmay_Afg/status/1179130714094223361
I’m very interested in that bridge to the east, it’s an interesting design.
🔲#IEA claimed IED attack in #Ghazni ambush in #Panjshir (interesting) and surrender several soldiers in #Khost
🔲Several people abducted in Khwajah Umari, north of #Ghaznihttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1180159746944450560
>Erdogan Vows Sunday Incursion Into Syria As Pentagon Waffles
After weeks of threats, Turkey looks to finally make good on Erdogan's repeat promises to unilaterally invade northern Syria, as a deal to conduct joint "land and air patrols" with the US is collapsing just as it barely got off the ground.
Turkey's military is on high alert, ready to carry out the Turkish president's orders on short notice, after a longtime military build-up along the border. "We will carry out this operation both on land and air as soon as today or tomorrow," Erdogan said on Saturday. “We gave all warnings to our interlocutors regarding the east of Euphrates and we have acted with sufficient patience,” the president added.
He further slammed the prospect of cooperating with the US on a US-Turkey administered safe zone "a fairytale" given Washington's recalcitrance regarding Syria's Kurds, the ethnic group's militias of which Turkey considers "terrorists".
The Kurdish dominated and US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) has vowed it will treat any invading Turkish soldiers as an act of war. In a statement the SDF said it would “not hesitate to turn any unprovoked (Turkish) attack into an all-out war” to defend its region in northeast Syria, according to Reuters.
Erdogan named Sunday as a likely day to launch the operation in a rare moment of specificity (he indicated "as soon as today or tomorrow"), though he's on up to a dozen or more occasions generally threatened such action. Bloomberg reports major troop reinforcements observed at the border with northeast Syria:
Turkey reinforced army units at the Syrian border hours after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signaled an imminent cross-border operation against U.S.-backed Kurdish militants in Syria.
Turkey sent additional armored vehicles and troops to the border town of Akcakale late Saturday, across from Tal Abyad in Syria, according to state TV television TRT.
Assuming the moment finally does arrive on Sunday, the next big question is the American response: withdraw troops or dig in to protect its on the ground Kurdish SDF/YPG partners?
Secretary of Defense Mark Esper during a Saturday press briefing was asked point blank precisely this question. Esper's response was notably ambiguous and evasive when compared to Erdogan's saying it's "a fairy tale".
"Right now, we're focused on making the security mechanism functional in northern — northeast Syria," Esper began. "I'm sorry. I had a long conversation with my counterpart Mr. Akar yesterday, and this was the specific focus of our discussion, and I made very clear to him and he agreed as well that we need to make the security mechanism work," he continued, clinging to the prior agreement with Ankara.
"You know, we have the joint center up and working in southern Turkey, we have air patrols going on, we had another ground patrol just happen. We've got to work through all the details," he added.
"And so I just told him, let's keep working at it that's the best path forward for all of us, so that's what I'm focused on right now," Esper finished — ultimately not saying much that's different from prior such statements, despite Turkish impatience and bellicose threats to go it alone. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/erdogan-sunday-set-turkeys-incursion-ne-syria-pentagon-waffles-kurdish-proxies
Inb4 it happens on the 13th.
just leaving that herehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWyyrgBahzkhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7395qcF2MGA
looks like xi is trying to send a clear message to the glowniggers operating in HK
>US official: US forces will not defend Kurdish forces in Syria
K*rds genocide status: SOON
Is this what this war needed to kick it into overdrive? A Turkey/FSA vs SAA/SDF showdown? And what is going to be Russia's response?
>>245932>what is going to be Russia's response>UNCONFIRMED>The Syrian Arab Army; Russian friends will enter the city of Manbij in the coming hours ..https://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1181200335421034503
I have not seen anything official from the Russian side as of yet best you check with others
>Pentagon disagrees with Trump👇
US ACTING DEF SEC: DOD DOES NOT ENDORSE A TURKISH OPERATION IN NORTHERN SYRIA. WE WILL WORK W/OUR NATO ALLIES & COALITION PARTNERS TO REITERATE TO TURKEY THE POSSIBLE DESTABILIZING CONSEQUENCES OF POTENTIAL ACTIONS TO TURKEY, THE REGION, & BEYONDhttps://twitter.com/Ozkok_A/status/1181273071937822720
>Russian jets are flying over south #Syria
Seems like another Israeli attack was about to begin.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1181278916108906498
>>245963> Coalition provides material support for SDF/YPG through Semalka border crossing.
- TuAF jets strike that exact same border crossing (20-30 min after coalition supplies)
- TuAF activity over Derik, Artillery supposedly started.https://twitter.com/ddsgf9876/status/1181283288050257920
sorry to hear that mate
hope you'll get back on your feet soon>>245962>>245963
wow, they already started? thought they'd wait until all U.S forces withdraw
>>245965>thought they'd wait until all U.S forces withdraw
Another other reports on these two incidents aside from Turkish ones?
Turkish fighter planes destroyed a gun depot belonging to YPG / PKK in Haseke countryside.https://twitter.com/Bay_Bey_/status/1181303631536152576
>An explosion at Ain Issa northern Raqqa.https://twitter.com/TurkeyReports0/status/1181298554381508609
Manbij Military Council denied Sputnik news of Turkish tanks entering from Jarablus. #Syriahttps://twitter.com/NAhmado2017/status/1181308340435066880
So, there was no Turkish airstrike inside Syria, Airplanes targeted near a village on Iraqi side near Semalka crossing. And There were no shellings in Malikiyah - likely sound of same airstrike https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1181303908314075137
>>245999> near a village on Iraqi side near Semalka crossing
yeah that was cleared up an hour ago >>245976
but what about the explosion in north raqqa?
oh dang my bad
didn't see anything about Raqqa
There is no real signs of any agreement between the SDF and Damascus, what Mazlum Kobani said was likely a stunt to mount pressure on Washington, nothing more.
Please note that the YPG preferred withdrawing from Afrin over a limited deal with Damascus.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1181518988108615681
TAF's shipments to the Syrian border continue intensively.
At the same time, Turkish Armed Forces helicopters fly on the border line.https://twitter.com/yasiremres/status/1181536799455420416
>Important developments of note:
>- the Pentagon has kicked Turkey out of joint airforce CT programmes in the area. They're not blockef from the airspace, but they can't fly with the US
- Around 50-100 US troops have been pulled back from border to Kobane, out of Turkey's pathhttps://twitter.com/mck_beth/status/1181455433137033218
>- WH official says of the above: "This does not constitute a withdrawal from Syria", as per in this chaotic administration
- Fate of around 90,000 men women and kids with links to Isis still unclear. Al Hawl camp (74,000 people) is outside the proposed 32km safe zonehttps://twitter.com/mck_beth/status/1181456638076706816
>The Guardian understands that the SAS and French special forces present in Rojava would be tasked with securing the camp perimeters if the Kurds withdrew. Any kind of SDF-Turkish handover of prisoners seems far-fetched at this point.https://twitter.com/mck_beth/status/1181456900141064194
Don't be gone long okay Ebin?
I really hope you find a good job and a home soon!
NEW - multiple #SNA groups have begun mobilizing opposite Tel Abyad, in #Turkey's border town of Akcakale, including:
- Al-Jabhat al-Shamiya
- Ahrar #Qamishli
- Ahrar al-Sharqiyeh
- Faylaq al-Sham
All units involved have roots in E. #Aleppo, #Raqqa, Hasakeh & Deir ez Zour.
As #SNA forces amass across the border, #Turkey has tonight shelled the #Syria border town of Ras al-Ayn.
No casualties reported, but this is the 1st #TSK cross-border attack since #Trump's statements 36hrs ago.
Heavy #SDF-#SNA clashes also ongoing near Azaz, in N. #Aleppo.https://twitter.com/null/status/1181662636510982146
Come home to Florida, "white" man
Damn, hoholmaps got fucked up by erdo-bots, wanted to see how fast k*rdoids will get btfo.
Reports of #YPG shelling #Turkish positions in Nusaybin.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1181932604267941889
>According to @NPA_SY, #Turkey has targeted 16 positions with air strikes and heavy artillery shelling in Aluk, Nustel, Aziziya, Aziziya school, Bir Nouh, Asadiya, Musharrafa and Ras al-Ayn.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1181931928846503936
Remember all those patrols roaches had together with mutts?
Yeah they totally didn't scout for kurdoids positions.
Video in first link
>>Turkish airstrikes hit the Mansurah/Burzah dam, near Malikiyah (Derik), about half an hour agohttp://wikimapia.org/26828877
Heavy gunfire was reported in Jarudiyah in addition to strikes minutes later, in what may well be the first axis of the ground invasion.http://wikimapia.org/28122879 https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1181945095735652352
>Turkish artillery hit the "Jalab" checkpoint east of Tal Abyad. The status of the bridge is unclear, but numerous YPG are said to have been killed.https://t.co/bgCWqPdxeuhttps://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1181946066679320577
Clashes have reportedly begun between YPG and SNA at Darbasiyah.http://wikimapia.org/6952726
Other locations are expected to erupt in a short period of time, the most likely among them is the sector of Ras al-Ayn.https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1181949269164662791
Does anyone recall how long Efrin was being bombed ebfore they started attempting to infiltrate the area?
>>245930>The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is preparing for battles east of the Euphrates to support the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF)
why is the SAA so cucked?
>Syrian Army eyes oil fields across Euphrates as Turkey begins northern Syria operation
BEIRUT, LEBANON (8:40 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) recently deployed several units of reinforcements to the Euphrates River Valley region of Deir Ezzor amid reports of a new operation in the Syrian Democratic Forces’ (SDF) areas.
According to a military source near the SAA-SDF lines in Deir Ezzor, the Syrian Arab Army is concerned the oil fields in eastern Deir Ezzor will either remain under the control of the U.S. Coalition or be captured by the Turkish Armed Forces and their militant allies.
The source said the should the Syrian government and Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Council (SDC) enter peace talks, they will demand the handing over of these oil fields, including Al-Umar, which is the largest in eastern Syria.
He would add that the Syrian Army is prepared to act if they feel the Syrian Democratic Forces are on the verge of collapse east of the Euphrates River.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Turkish Army began their long-awaited military operation east of the Euphrates.
The Turkish Army, backed by their air force, unleashed a massive barrage of airstrikes and artillery shells towards the areas under the control of the Syrian Democratic Forces along the vast Syrian-Turkish border.
As a result of this attack, at least eight people were killed inside the densely populated city of Al-Qamishli and several thousand displaced to areas south of the front-lines.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-eyes-oil-fields-across-euphrates-as-turkey-begins-northern-syria-operation
Livestream>Live Now Turkey Attack | Turkish army advancing into Ras Al Ain, Syria | Turkey Syria Updateshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gQqBG0pUbF0
>Current situation on the ground.
East and West of Tall Abyad is secured.
Eastern parts of Ras Al Ayn have been secured.
Both towns will most likely be surrounded.https://twitter.com/ddsgf9876/status/1182236157456850944
>ISIS targeted SDF vehicle with IED on the road in Al-Karama yesterday on to the east of Reqa
>Erdogan just now:
“Hey European Union, if you call this operation [in Northern Syria] as invasion, then we could just open the gates and send 3.6 million Syrian refugees into Europe”https://twitter.com/ragipsoylu/status/1182241292526460929
fighting going on the livestream
Repulsed. Attack wasn’t supported and didn’t extend past the wallhttps://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1182272536802975744
Livestream>Live from Turkish-Syrian border following start of Turkish military offensivehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBfEoEikJ2I
Whoever gets the chance, bake fresh bread. Im out. Goodnight
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Well Pingu, it's been awhile but….>>246538>>246538>>246538>>246538