b0add No.246538[Last 50 Posts]
SOUTHFRONT Oct 9https://youtu.be/ncbqSWUV0yc
>Latest interviews with Assadhttps://youtu.be/1xbLFYo4T7U https://youtu.be/RbLONDCe3Ro https://youtu.be/YB-McdKnFtQ
RECENT MAPS>Syria Oct 3https://imgur.com/a/uZ82XBQ>Yemen Oct 3https://imgur.com/a/HpMUt6d>Afghanistan Oct 3https://imgur.com/a/kM1YnRm>Iraq Oct 2https://imgur.com/a/A5oiSc2>Libya Sep 29https://imgur.com/a/GpUCng3
Devs Oct 9>Turkish artillery and warplanes target Qamishli, Ras al-Ain, Darbasiyah, Kharab Rashak & Jaroudiyah in north and north eastern Syria and SDF bases in Sarekaniye as well as YPG training camp in the village of Hoshan in Ayn Isa, north of Raqqa>SDF artillery is in play in several areas. Shelling across the border in retaliation, hitting several Turkish border towns.>Mass displacement of civilians have started in the Kurdish areas targeted by Turkish forces and SDF halts its operations against ISIS.>Fox News: US forces received orders from Trump not to move in northern Syria.>Heavy smoke reportedly from tires being burned in Tel Abyad and Syrian democratic forces has carried out a number of raids against Turkish positions on the borders with turkey in Dêrik (Al-Malikiya)>SAA forces continue daily light shelling of southern Idlib area>Kurdish insurgent forces increase intensity of attacks against Turkish positions>the SDF wants Damascus to recognize its authority over Manbij, Raqqa and eastern Deir Ezzor>Kurdish Regional Government in North Iraq shuts border crossing with Kurdish run areas of North Syria, preventing fleeing Kurdish civilians from entering the region.>Egypt calls for Emergency Arab Summit about the Turkish attack and the EU rejects Turkey's plans for a safe zone
>Erdogan was attacked today by an assailant from an unidentified nation. Turkey is responding by killing people
Sorry, carry on
>>246543>I disappear again
Good luck borther.
Which Australian are you?
Thanks for the fresh bread mate.
IN ships do patrol the Red sea, yes?
Yeah, from the port of Eilat. but striking a random Iranian tanker out of the blue doesn't really make sense. especially after bibi said few days ago Israel isn't prepared to deal with Iran's missile threat. maybe the Saudis? or an Irani FF to heat things up.
>>246649>maybe the Saudis? or an Irani FF to heat things up.
Doubt its the Saudis either it seems they rather not fuck with the Iranians directly and if this article is to believed https://www.nytimes.com/2019/10/04/world/middleeast/saudi-arabia-iran-talks.html
They are trying to de-escalate.
Np Pingu, good to see you still around
Αγάπη μου, πώς είσαι?
χρόνια και ζαμάνια
Κάνω καλά τον εαυτό μου
Τι σκαρώνεις? πώς είναι η ζωή? Σας λείπεις, ο πόλεμος έχει επιβραδυνθεί και όλα είναι βαρετά>>246652
Are they still claiming it's a missile attack? can't see really anyone doing this for shit n giggles rn
I've checked in off and on to see if you all were still around, I'm out of the loop on most things concerning the war but I know not much is going on until these recent Turkish military ops. Life is better than ever, but more different than ever too. I've been pretty busy with work since I got the new promotion in June, I'll soon be legally single, the paperwork is in the mail. But technically I'm not single because I've found the most perfect beautiful woman I always hoped for. Her body is insane, her ass is indescribable, she loves it rough and she's just as crazy as me, she's the best thing besides my sons that ever happened to me.
how old are you people?
i know your life story could be that of a 23 year old in America but really, im envisioning a 35 yo boomer rn
You're too smart for your own good Hans. Which German are you?
I object to inconspicuous namefagging, especially names given by (((Arabbaathist)))
I fucked up here >>246642
should have quoted the actual news source rather than this Ali Tahmizian fellow.
The Iranians didnt claim that there was no rocket attack rather>Iran's National Petroleum Company denies rocket fire from Saudi Arabia to Iranian tanker in the Red Sea.https://twitter.com/IRNA_1313/status/1182580035816972288
>#Iran FM spokesman confirms Iranian oil tanker hit twice in Red Sea, sustained damageshttps://twitter.com/PressTV/status/1182580694930919425>>246653
not gonna lie mate thought you had left us for good. Also how much damage did hurricane dorian in your area?
Edgy or Gay?>>246664>not gonna lie mate thought you had left us for good.
Not really, I just check in occasionally to see if you guys still post, but I don't have the time I used to in following all the developments, so usually I stay quiet.>Also how much damage did hurricane dorian in your area?
Absolutely none, by the time it got to me it was nothing more than a thunderstorm. I'm in the center of the state so usually by the time they reach me they've weakened substantially, Dorian hugged the coast, I'm a little over an hour from the coast.
>>246659>I've been pretty busy with work since I got the new promotion in June
> I'll soon be legally single, the paperwork is in the mail. But technically I'm not single because I've found the most perfect beautiful woman I always hoped for.
Dang, what a rollercoaster - happy for you mate, sounds like things are coming together for you rather well and she sounds like a charm.>>246664
Ahh I see, wonder if they'll retaliate.
>Iranian Foreign Ministry: Targeting the Iranian oil tanker in the Red Sea is dangerous and those behind it bear responsibility for its repercussionshttps://twitter.com/ajmurgent/status/1182585214738063360?s=04>>246665>I just check in occasionally to see if you guys still post, but I don't have the time I used to in following all the developments
Just means your'e doing better than the rest of us haha.
Unidentified aircraft launches 4 raids on Iranian militia positions in Al-Jalaa area of Albukamal countryside, east of Deir Ezzor. https://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2019/11-october-unidentified-aircraft-launches-4-raids-on-iranian
… via @RadioAlKul
Good to see that a fellow Floridian wasn't affected at all as well.
>>246639>the Israeli naval base on the island of Dahlak Eritrea
is this ironic/unironic shitposting?
>SEVERAL SYRIAN, RUSSIAN SERVICE MEMBERS INJURED IN DARAA ATTACK
The al-Masdar News, a pro-government blog, reported that the patrol was targeted on a road linking the towns of Inkhil and Jasim.
“At least one Russian soldier and two Syrian military personnel were wounded as a result of this attack,” the blog’s report reads.
Last July, a vehicle of the Russian Military Police was targeted with an IED in the eastern Daraa countryside. Back then, the Russian Ministry of Defense said that no one was killed or injured in the attack.
The Russian Ministry of Defense is yet to confirm the new attack. The ministry usually releases a statement on such incidents within 24 hours.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack, so far. However, ISIS cells are known to be active in the region, that was liberated by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) last year.https://southfront.org/several-syrian-russian-service-members-injured-in-daraa-attack/
#Breaking Snr US official tells me all US troops are safe & accounted for after explosion in vicinity of US troops (near #Kobani ) There has been no explosion since & "There are no indications this was intentional," the official added w/o saying who was responsible #Syriahttps://twitter.com/CarlaBabbVOA/status/1182751669211275264
Areas reported to be captured by TAF and TFSA today
>Al Dimu and Tal Dhuban under control, near Tal Abyad.https://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182552437330198534
>Al Masaudiyah, Jadiyah, Al Othmaniyah were capturedi, SW of Tal Abyad.https://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182590442229112832
>Tal Halaf has been liberated from terrorists, west of Rasulayn.https://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182620341237145600
>Asfar Najjar and surrounding silos have been liberated, west of Resulayn.https://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182635635837767681
>Mehrabal village liberated from terrorist east of Tal Abyadhttps://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182657565311807489
>Halava village libarated from terrorists, southeast of Tal Abyad.https://twitter.com/op_shield/status/1182675633186455552
Turkish army heavy shelling on Sermisax village in Girge Lege countryside https://twitter.com/lummideast/status/1182760630731837440>>246729
what a shitshow
>A Russian military delegation arrived late Friday at Qamishli International Airport.
The Russian delegation appears to have been on a mission apparently to mediate between the Syrian government and SDF to avoid losing new territory to Turkey…https://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1182775636466765830
>The arrival of the Russian military delegation to Qamishli airport, coincided with the departure of a delegation from the "SDF" to Damascus. "https://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1182775638199078913
For the full cinematic experience, open image in new tab and zoom in.
I'll be making daily updates on 4chan, and I'll include weekly updates here too.
Developing: Massive Syrian Army force arrives at outskirts of Manbij amid reports of imminent takeover
The source said the Syrian Army will not attack the town, but they are hoping to secure a deal that would allow them to enter Manbij and prevent the Turkish military from attacking this area.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/developing-massive-syrian-army-force-arrives-at-outskirts-of-manbij-amid-reports-of-imminent-takeover/
>>246858>the M4 highway prong >SDF being a headless chicken outside of k*rd heartland
Gee who could've seen this coming?
What will happen is T*rkey will take the cities they're currently trying to seige, they'll capture the M4 and isolate Kobani from the rest of SDF area, probably Manbij aswell. After that they'll Afrin their asses there.
The t*rks are definitely eyeing Raqqa aswell but i think they'll give SDF a chance to give it to Assad. Hasakah/Qamishli is a mystery though but I'm guessing the burgers are blocking any offensive there to not let ISIS get out of hand (bad PR if al-Hawl had a prison break for instance lel).
Not expecting SDF to betray USA any time soon though.
Ismat Sheikh Hassan, Minister of Defense of the Autonomous Administration of North & East #Syria 🇸🇾 (NES) or #Rojava, confirms they reached an agreement with #Russia 🇷🇺 gov to let the #Assad regime army enter #Kobanehttps://twitter.com/RTarabic_Bn/status/1183416879219646464
SDF official in Kobani says we have done an agreement with the Syrian governement to enter the city in the next few hours.https://twitter.com/vdcnsy/status/1183410030936317952
Is SAA gonna hold the M4 or what?
#Kurds agreed on all requested points by #Damascus and #Russia is the guarantor.https://twitter.com/ejmalrai/status/1183458851900792834
The advance of the Syrian Army doesn't mean a clash with the Turkish forces. Russia is reaching a comprehensive agreement with Turkey and Damascus to halt the military operation as soon as possible. The main target is reached: the US forces out of Syria.https://twitter.com/ejmalrai/status/1183462711872630784
The yellow flags will be replaced with Syrian Arab Republic flags
Who is within the military service age will be assigned to the military same as any Syrian citizen
The heavy-medium weapons will be handed over to the SAA
All government facilities will return to the areashttps://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1183465082002522113
Hasakah is being handed over to the SAA at the moment. Things are moving smoothly and peacefully.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1183481345588256768
The NDF is spread across Hasaka quartershttps://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1183482372542652417
Tbh, the initial artillery barrage was enough.
Are the US forces evacuating from Dei-e-Zor as well or just from Raqqa and Hasakah governorates?
US troops notified the Syrian Army it needs more time to remove some heavy weapons, (sensitive) documents and other military equipment.
Full control first thing in the morning.https://twitter.com/Brasco_Aad/status/1183493930106658816>>247010
Esper said everything but Al-Tanf is being evacuated
A second US official confirms the president has ordered all US troops in Syria except for those the Al Tanf garrison to withdraw within 30 dayshttps://syria.liveuamap.com/en/2019/13-october-a-second-us-official-confirms-the-president-has
For those that are still skeptical of Turkey’s intentions, I offer my analysis.
>Never trust a Turk
I don’t trust them either, but I know they’re gonna pull out since the reason they entered northern Syria in 2016 is now dealt with decisively - ending the prospects of independent Kurdistan before it results in a civil race war within Turkey. Turkey’s actions in Syria to this point have had the end goal of resolving the issue of national security because the PKK was establishing bases in Northern Syria and Northern Iraq thus constituting a legitimate national security threat to Turkey as Greater Kurdistan entails a civil race war within Turkey since the majority of the Kurdish population is within Turkey.
ALL of Turkey’s incursions have been against the Kurds, with the exception of Idlib which ultimately proved to be nothing more than a bargaining chip to use in negotiations with Russia and Syria regarding the Kurds. Now that the Kurds are dealt with in the best way possible (surrender to Assad and peaceful reintegration), the bargaining chip in Idlib has outlived its usefulness and the rebels will surrender en masse once they realize Turkey will no longer protect them.
Turkey was never gonna stand by and let their #1 enemy form a nation along their entire southern border with the goal of expanding their borders into Turkey. It was a preemptive campaign to nip a violent issue in the bud.
Now that the Kurds are handing over their areas and military weaponry/gear to Assad as they should’ve done to begin with after ISIS was defeated, the Turks no longer have a reason to stay. They will pull out slowly though, to keep ISIS from resurging in a power vacuum like what happened to Iraq in 2014, but they’ll pull out while handing over ground control to SAA/Russia. It will be done incrementally and orderly.
>They’ll annex those areas! Muh ottomanism!
Let me preface my points with this statement: Erdogan is many things, but he is no fool and he is not stupid. He has far too much to lose and far too little to gain from that move.
1) Turkey’s economy is shaky because of US sanctions, annexing NW Syria would only drain the economy as Turkey would have to repair the damage caused by war.
2) The West hates Erdogan, and have tried to have him removed via coup. Erdogan can only turn to the East. Annexing parts of Syria after multiple assertions that Turkey will respect Syrian sovereignty would only cause Erdogan to lose his hard-earned favor with the East and Turkey to become an international pariah, which would kill their economy and lead to a Turkish Spring revolt against Erdogan coupled with a Kurdish revolt to take advantage of the instability.
3) Turkey is hosting 5M+ Syrian refugees that they want out of Turkey. Why then would they permanently increase the number of Syrians and Kurds within Turkey? It’s easier to just return the Syrians to Syria.
4) Turkey gets to go home with a victory under its belt after decisively dealing with the Kurdistan issue, and humiliating a superpower by forcing them out. Erdogan has so much to gain and so little to lose by bringing the troops home now.
One more thing to consider. The US being forced out of Syria demonstrates one crucial thing: they are no longer calling the shots in the Middle East.
I can't Scottish boomer has taken over the bakery
>>246973>As CNN reporter left Ayn Isa, just next to the M4 highway, Turkish Armed Forces patrols appeared
Guess that answers the question, then, TFSA will control the M4.
Probably taking over the LaFarge cement factory base that the burgers used aswell:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.544329&lon=38.593254&z=14&m=bs&show=/29151096/US-Military-Base-at-former-Lafarge-cement-plant
I predict something like this will be the minimum extent of the t*rks landgrabbing:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.561497&lon=39.223938&z=10&m=bs&gz=0;385798645;363709863;89263;1734114;2725982;0;7580566;82928;15470123;2296590;14962005;4729248;10004425;3233140;6172943;3034906;1613616;3321227;0;1805825
What happens between Ain Issa and Raqqa though i dare not speculate.
>Unknown aircraft has bombed a convoy belonging to SNA terrorists near the village "Kormaza", north of Ain Issa city now.>Update: Pro-Turkish sources claiming a missle of "barrel bomb" type has just hit a convoy near the village "Kormaza", very heavy casualties reported inside ranks of SNA terrorists and allies.https://twitter.com/RojavaNetwork/status/1183518363840143360
^obviously a propaganda peddler but interesting if truehttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.534399&lon=38.899498&z=14&m=bs&show=/25714699/Kara-Musa-Kuramaza
>The Syrian Arab Army has reportedly moved west from al-Hasakah and entered the town of Tal Tamr>An SAA convoy passed through this town over five hours ago and continued in the direction of Ras al-Ayn.https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1183559972489220102http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.571424&lon=39.722443&z=10&m=bs&gz=0;400884246;366480380;2828979;0;0;1859815;192260;1288044;782775;1716912;20599;1876302
Dunno about this….
Based Nate, always good to check on sg and see your efforts.
Stay litty familia.
Good to hear from you again. Gruber is happy because many old aussies are meeting each other again on 4chan. Have you been there too? Anyway, I'll be there daily during the offensive.
>>247035>b*omer voice>retarded statements
This war is getting epic again, but in a different kind of shade.
>Agreement between Syrian government / SDF
1- the dismantling of the SDF
2-SAA will spread across the areas which was controlled previously by the SDF/US
3-local forces will fight under the command of SAA
4-areas between Ras Al Ayn Tal Abyad will remain hostile until liberatedhttps://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1183847019636514816
gonna need official anouncement to believe this
#SAA take/enter #Tabqa city, Tabqa AB, Ayn ‘Issa & #Manbij + countrysides as per agreement w/ #SDF to confront #Turkey-led #PeaceSpring invasion.
These great achievements gave SAA significant opportunities to reach ‘Ayn Al-‘Arab (#Kobane) on timehttps://twitter.com/ArabianaINTEL/status/1183862703225524224
Although known to historians and religious experts, the centuries-old political and economic influence of a group known in Turkish as the “Dönmeh” is only beginning to cross the lips of Turks, Arabs, and Israelis who have been reluctant to discuss the presence in Turkey and elsewhere of a sect of Turks descended from a group of Sephardic Jews who were expelled from Spain during the Spanish Inquisition in the 16th and 17th centuries. These Jewish refugees from Spain were welcomed to settle in the Ottoman Empire and over the years they converted to a mystical sect of Islam that eventually mixed Jewish Kabbala and Islamic Sufi semi-mystical beliefs into a sect that eventually championed secularism in post-Ottoman Turkey. It is interesting that “Dönmeh” not only refers to the Jewish “untrustworthy converts” to Islam in Turkey but it is also a derogatory Turkish word for a transvestite, or someone who is claiming to be someone they are not.
The Donmeh sect of Judaism was founded in the 17th century by Rabbi Sabbatai Zevi, a Kabbalist who believed he was the Messiah but was forced to convert to Islam by Sultan Mehmet IV, the Ottoman ruler. Many of the rabbi’s followers, known as Sabbateans, but also “crypto-Jews,” publicly proclaimed their Islamic faith but secretly practiced their hybrid form of Judaism, which was unrecognized by mainstream Jewish rabbinical authorities. Because it was against their beliefs to marry outside their sect, the Dönmeh created a rather secretive sub-societal clan.
More at https://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2011/10/25/the-doenmeh-the-middle-easts-most-whispered-secret-part-i/
An article in The Forward of May 8, 2007, revealed that Dönmeh dominated Turkish leadership “from the president down, as well as key diplomats . . . and a great part of Turkey’s military, cultural, academic, economic, and professional elites” kept Turkey out of a World War II alliance with Germany, and deprived Hitler of a Turkish route to the Baku oilfields.” In his book, The Donme: Jewish Converts, Muslim Revolutionaries and Secular Turks, Professor Marc David Baer wrote that many advanced to exalted positions in the Sufi religious orders.
…this explains a lot of Turkey's behavior.
What the hay, I love Erdogan now.
Part II mentions an Iraqi intelligence report from 2002, here is the link.https://fas.org/irp/eprint/iraqi/wahhabi.pdf
>>247172>Kabbala + gnosticism (hidden behind a vow of Islam)
How is this not based?
This is too gnostic even for kikes, mind you.
During first phase, #SAA will prioritize deployment to areas along combat-lines then border-lines to minimalize gains & stop march of #Turkey-led invasion.
Secondary focus is expansion of #Syria|n government jurisdiction over remaining #SDF-territory (far from front).https://twitter.com/ArabianaINTEL/status/1184231361474891779
Nice, you know I have a confession to make. I never posted, baked, or did devs updates on anything but a fucking phone.
Ayyyyyyyy, an actually based phoneposter. Had to be Android since I never smelled phoneposter on you, coupled with some apps.
I’ll be working Libya from scratch like the last two Shitnaps I did today.
Shout out to the guys who made this site, it’s just what I needed.https://web-capture.net/
>>247324>an actually based phoneposter
All the time I was very active I loved when people would hate on phoneposters when most of the time during American daylight hours they were posting in phone bakes >Had to be Android since I never smelled phoneposter on you
Yep>coupled with some apps
I used Overchan, which was pretty good. For devs I just used Chrome, then posted them in notes and edited them. I went through a lot of bullshit just to do all of that work on a phone but at the time I had nothing better to do.
>>246668>she sounds like a charm
She is, she's a microbiologist, she's smart as hell and hot as fuck.
Here is my gif which I've been bravely struggling to make without you:
if you see any major inaccuracies, (I'm sure you will), then let me know!
Libya Shitmap!>>247328>tfw iShit hated all 4chan apps
You’re very lucky you have Android, I’ll never get iShit if I can keep from it - it hates everything that is windows and makes you severely limited on what you can do. But it’s better than nothing.>>247333
Trips of truth, checked.>>247336
Not seeing any major inaccuracies. You did good lad.
I wonder if we could talk on another platform so we can share notes in real time.
>>247333>she's a microbiologist
She'd have to be to see your dick lmao.
Sure, do you have twitter?
You could add me there?
You can find my troll account at
Nope, I don’t have Twitter.
No steam either. I have something but I’m not proud to say what it is.
I sleep. Tonight was a good night.
Stay safe lads.
It's Gab isn't it?
>U.S. bombs own base left over in Syria
Not like we haven’t left weapons in Syria for the enemy to find.
Yeah, I was thinking grindr too. Haha. >>247474
Discord? Yes, I do have one but I haven't used it in a year, and even when I was using it, I had no idea how it worked (Muttley made me create an account). So yes, I do have one… I'm looking at it now…>friend tab>add friend
Okay, I think I've figured it out. What's your Discord tag?
Also, people on Wikipedia are heavily critiquing my map of the Rojava offensive. They seem angry at me. I - I'm frightened.
Two people have asked "What's your source for this!?" and I think they'll probably take it down if I answer "me and a guy I know online named Ebin"
Errr, I’d rather you post yours first if you don’t mind and I’ll add you.>>247516
That’s why you have multiple sources ready in response to criticism. Look at my updates for Afghanistan back when I was updating the map and especially for my mass updates after careful research - I never went without a source since you have to have a source for literally every edit to that map.
No, al-m*Sdar is not a reliable source, blacklist it immediately.
Anyhow I’m literally just screencapping the Wikipedia warmap page, so ask THEM what their sources are.
Is that right? it's the number next to my name. Seems a little low, if that's meant to be a unique identifier. >>247518
Thanks for the advice. My sources are always the same. Livemaps, southfront, syrianwarmap and your map, then average the differences, but give more weight to claims if there is photo evidnce or specific tweet for that area.
My account name is C. Kyle
if that's needed too?
Ebin! They are mustering their forces against me! Look at this. It's all from the last 12 hours alone. Pic related.
My wiki friends are fighting back against them (see bottom of the pic).
Yeah, some of what they say is reasonable, but they want me to use "reliable sources" like CNN.
This is the pic the want me to use. I know what you're thinking, but this pic was released after the ceasefire! FUCKING THIS MAP IS THEIR EXAMPLE OF A GOOD MAP!
I won't do it! I swear I won't do it!
Well, it's a new article, but apparently using an old picture. Still awful though.
Tch, at this point outside arbitration is needed. Reminds me of the bloody Yemen map talk page where literally one guy held up all the progress. Me, I’m just using their map, even if it’s shite.
Though I’d reduce reliance on Southfront and focus more on twatter since they love that platform. Especially since if they give you grief for twitter sources, they invalidate their own sources.
Really, they like twitter eh? I thought they would treat it like nothing, even with photo evidence included. Interesting. Okay, I just replied to them. Half the people support me and I'm being super suckeruperish in my reply so that, in addition to being allowed to maybe use twitter sources, think I can get it back up.
Yeah I’m not too sure about some of the frontlines, especially to the SW of Tal Abyad and that spot with the one isolated village under TFSA control to the east of Tal Abyad.
Oh yeah, that whole area is a bit of a mess. Lots of conflicting claims.
Speaking of conflicting claims, have you seen the death count according to Turkish and Kurdish forces? Both claim several deaths on their side and hundreds on the other. It's like that whenever the Turks and Kurds fight. Pretty funny tbqh.
Yeah doesn’t surprise me at all, it’s always a dick measuring contest between those two.
HOW THE FUCK DO I SAVE THIS AS A GIF??>https://gifmaker.me/PlayFrameAnimation.php?folder=20191018156bJp8jJ5xnJMo4ffmNMMpI
It's right there, a perfect, hd version which hasn't had its size reduced. This is what I've wanted for the last few days. Yet it's an animation and it won't let me save the whole thing. Only one picture at a time!
Gimp. Open as layers. Select the frames in order. Then export as .gif. Set time intervals to 1000 milliseconds (1000ms = 1 second), and frame disposal as replace, and do this for all where unspecified. Export.
>>247762>Only one picture at a time!
Exactly, a GIF is composed of a series of images.
Download all the images, use the link offered to create the gif.https://gifmaker.me/#003
The problem was that whenever I did that, it would reduce the size, despite saying that I could keep it at 100% size (which was a lie)>>247767
don't worry, I figured it out
1. Make 2 gifs (doesn't reduce the size if the frame number is small - 6 or less frames)
2. upload the gifs and choose "combine gifs" option
..at least it works for now, it might reduce the size again if I add more gifs…
Here is the final product.
I did just download gimp (who tf came up with that name? haha, sicko) though, so I can use it as well.
You should make a folder to save all .png frames into because you’ll see severe quality loss when you try to open more than 1 gif in gimp.
>>247848>SAA has control of almost the whole M4 highway and also control parts of the border with Turkey)
I haven't seen any reports of SAA advancing east on the M4 from Ain Issa.
Am i missing anything?
Geroman is very enthusiastic…
Maybe its cuz they're close together, but am I the only one who sees this >>247855
in this >>247848
oh, also the map is here>>247848
So did the Turks just recapture that whole area above the highway in between their main two holdings? >>247817
That makes me feel better, I guess.
Pictures From abandoned #USA base SW of Manbij in eastern #Aleppo CShttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1185948145085243392
>>248031>SAA moving into Qamishli, Hasakah, Amudê ecthttps://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1185987270618292226http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=37.089966&lon=40.928364&z=13&m=bs&show=/25922038/Amûdê
Unconfirmed: Border wall was opened between Ras al-Ain and Dirbêsiyêhttps://twitter.com/huseyinbozan/status/1185535035778183171http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.925743&lon=40.293732&z=11&m=bs&gz=0;400812149;368436364;0;0;5685424;2288000
Upcoming hotspots will probably be west and east of Tel Abyad, and west of Dirbêsiyê. It remains to be seen If TFSA will move south of the M4 and which part of it SAA will control (for instance it's unknown whether SAA controls it between Tall Tamr and Qamishli and between Ain Issa and Sarrin/Kobani).
Sanadid Forces (arab trib e part of SDF, friendly with SAA) are strong south and east of Qamishli so i doubt T*rkey could muster enough support among the arabs there to warrant an invasion.
Oh nonononohttps://twitter.com/RisboLensky/status/1186350553783296003>ANA commander Asim was wounded in Bilchiragh when his bodyguard shot him
the absolute state of AN"""""A"""""
>>248038>Dirbasiyah is now a ghost town. Thousands of people have left. Guy I talked to said a lot of the villages around it have evacuated too.>Everyone believes the town has been soldhttps://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1186312358219649024
To T*rkey ofc.
Well looks like Burgers are keeping the oilfields.
A few days ago: Damn, they're staying in Al Tanf, but at least the rest will go home, leaving all the Kurdish areas
Yesterday: Damn, they're not actually going home, just moving next door to Iraq, but at least they ARE leaving
Today: Damn, they're staying in the south, but at least they'll leave the North
Tomorrow: Damn, they have some guys who will stay in the North too but at least they don't support the rebels any…
Next month: Damn, they're supporting Al Nusra again but at least…
Next year: "Assad must go, he used chemical weapons against his own people."
Yeah but they’re not gonna stay for long unless they fancy coming under siege for black liquid.
>Every inch of Syria would be reclaimed, Assad said, every inch. Here he is in Idlib today (first time in 7+ years) as his troops position themselves along the once Kurdish-held border with Turkey (first time in 7+ years)
Now… to get all the yellow collored land.
Tho some of the Great Satan's minions stayed around Omar oilfield and surroundings.
What colours should we use for the agreement when it is put in place?
I think 2 should be purely red, the same as most of Syria. I think 3 should be the current Turkish / rebel colour (split between dark and light green)
The real question is 1. It's Russian / Turkish joint patrol. An important question is what colour even is Russia? Should that part be a dark green / red split? Or should Russia get a different colour other than red?
2 should be orange until it’s CONFIRMED that YPG has left.
3 sounds good
1 should be purple (truce color)
Arabs simply can't play music. Same thing happened in every country he's visited in the Middle East.
ISIS leader is now dead
How soon until we leave?
Big if true, just like the last 100 times.
You don't get to leave, none of us do.
>new call of duty game is featuring b*omer tier propaganda
oddly i can't post pic
so here's a linkhttps://imgur.com/a/UOX1gRi
It only seems quite because Pingu has not posted for some time. This is as active as it's ever been without him desu.>>248766
kek, btw, if you save as .png it should work. mlpol tends to randomly reject 50% of jpegs as well as some others for no reason but seems to always accept png. >>248785
BUT I WANT IT NOW!
makes sense. Can I just ask how you make your maps. Is there some button to download the wikimap which gives you the towns and you just add the approximate borders afterwards?
I use this site for the screencap. It’s not perfect as it creates weird Hs for what I presume were icons with dead links.
I then download the capture and use MediBang (perfect for mobile) to do my edits.
Correction: i click ‘view’ and download the png.
Interesting. If you're using the wiki maps, I guess you have to use what they say? Like if they post an update which you know has errors, do you ever manually edit those areas?
When I was on laptop, I would do individual screencaps and open MSPaint with a bloody large canvas, make the background the background color on Wikipedia, paste the screencaps and make THEIR backgrounds transparent (selection tool, check transparent section, set background color as secondary color) so I could stitch them together manually in MSPaint. I drew the borders by hand using the pencil tool, occasionally using the curve line tool for large empty spaces. Yes, it’s a long and tedious process especially if you’re starting from scratch.
I was able to figure out a ‘cheat’ in MSPaint by setting the background color as the secondary color, then hitting the selection button and checking transparent selection then rectangle (it has to be rectangle, I’ve tried free form) cutting an area, bucket filling the cut area with a chosen color, then pasting the part I cut out back in its place so I could fill in an area with a color much more quickly as opposed to manually filling in each spot with the bucket fill tool.
Theoretically it should be faster in GIMP with the color selection tool, but I don’t know, I’ve always preferred MSPaint.
It sounds complicated but it’s not, especially if you do it hundreds or even thousands of times.
I’ve done manual edits, usually by copying and pasting an icon of the same size onto the error.
Thanks for the info. Very interesting stuff.
Scotsman got really bored after he parted his ways with Samurai Jack, I see.
Ebin, I am confuse. Your map and this one https://twitter.com/GeromanAT/status/1185663407145533442
show the whole area between Tell Abyad and Ras al-Ayn as being owned by the Turks. Do you know if that's confirmed or is it just what you think. Others maps still show a gap there.
Let’s use strategic logic: do you think the TFSA wouldn’t want to link up their fronts? Their modus operandi in Afrin was to penetrate the YPG defenses, then link up their fronts, then squeeze in on all fronts.
It’s the same here, plus it shortens their frontlines and frees up more TFSA for offensive operations elsewhere.
There are three key points that lends credence to our filling in that area for TFSA:
1. There’s been no reports of fighting from that area
2. YPG is withdrawing from the TAF safe zone
3. TFSA has been swarming the safe zone and capturing dozens of villages especially around Tel Abyad.
Fresh and hot interview with Bashar, just like the bread from the bombed bakeries!https://www.sana.sy/en/?p=177331
USS Liberty Incident תקרית ליברטי Free Palestine ארץ ישראל החופשית Israeli Human Rights abuses הפרות של זכויות האדם בישראל IDF war crimes פשעי מלחמה של צה ל Illegal occupation of the West Bank ומלעגאַל פאַך פון די וועסט באַנק White Phosphorus זרחן לבן Civilian deaths in the Gaza Strip מקרי מוות אזרחיים ברצועת עזה Sterilization of Ethiopian Jews עיקור של יהודים אתיופים Effects of circumcision on childhood development השפעות מילה בהתפתחות הילדות Bulldozing of Palestinian homes בדחפורים של בתים פלסטינייםAmerican-Israeli dual citizens in Congress אזרחים אמריקאים-ישראלים כפולים בקונגרסIsraeli nuclear weapons נשק גרעיני ישראלי
I've been doing well. Work, uni, and normiedom keeps me busy most days. But whenever I see a headline about Syria that doesn't do the war justice, or some other development treated as isolated in an article but forgetting the geopolitics, I think back to my FNRs, and they make me think back to my fellows in /sg/. I find time to lurk here and there, and stay somewhat informed, hopefully in few weeks I'll have more time to dedicate to research. Hope all is well on your end, and so ends my blogpost.
Stay litty familia.
Thanks lad, especially for the map.
asking for a friend, you wouldn't happen to know much about Krakow? he's bound to go here study in the university of AGH in a couple of months
Avoid Nowa Huta district - full of football fans of all the clubs from the city (three of them).
University itself is a ok place.
Is he accomodated?
>>249389>Is he accomodated?
yes, he's coming from a french university that do internship with some foreign universities
housing and tuition is provided by the university
So it's going to be a-ok for him then. Just tell him to avoid OldCity market during late night weekends.
>>249467>Just tell him to avoid OldCity market during late night weekends
is poland really that dangerous for foreigner as the mainstream media makes it out?
anything else he should be wary of?
he's my brother btw
Nah, only that random drunks might try to beat his ass.
Plus, as I said about football club fans, they often carry knives with them. Then again, hardly to see them in his surroundings I bet. He could unironically visit Kazimierz,comfy old district, full of G*d's Chosen People.
Oh and I hope occasional tourist trips from the Promised Land are not a problem for him, I remember when I was there, met quite a lot of IDF hoes on Tinder.
>>249469>occasional tourist trips from the Promised Land are not a problem for him
you mean the auschwitz pilgrimage?
doubt it'll bother him, he's pretty chill
>>249468>>249469>is poland really that dangerous for foreigner as the mainstream media makes it out?
I was unaware of that stereotype
t.went on a lolocaust trip eons ago and they only told us to beware of the skinheads
Heh, long gone. Even usual bydło is slowly changing into hipster fags.
Ah, all hail the progress.
>>249471>went on a lolocaust trip
is it mandatory or did you legit want to go to the national pilgrimage destination?
I think I saw one group of skinheads during the entire trip with the patches and everything, on the train (how fitting) on the way to Majdanek. other than that never never saw anything unusual. but that was long time ago, I assume nowadays it's practically gone.>>249473
not mandatory but they guilt trip you into it and since your'e a teenager at the time and everyone else does it you don't can't really say no.
also nowadays it's just an excuse for arsim (local chavs) to go on a free trip to europe and get drunk in polish hotels.
nope he's in telecommunication and computer science he never really cared about biology
btw, i'll be sure to remind him not to utter the sentence "polish death camps" under any circumstance
CS is pretty cool too, not bad.
>>249480>CS is pretty cool too
eh i really disagree
the job market is saturated IMO and the job opportunities are scarcer
btw aren't you too working in the CS department?
>>249481>the job market is saturated IMO and the job opportunities are scarcer
eh, still much better than being an IT slave like me.
>btw aren't you too working in the CS department?
nah I wish. never did too good with math. so I'm in low-tech doing IT. that's why I can shitpost 24/7 since i'm glued to screen at work anyways.
what's the difference between IT and CS?
CS=software engineering/programmers/hardware engineers etc. much higher salaries, more job opportunists etc
IT=QA/tech support/Sysadmins/helpdesk etc. the mechanics of the high-tech world. much less prestigious, lower salaries etc.
I do helpdesk (hey JJ come fix my keyboard, hey why isn't my monitor working bla bla). not the best but it's pretty comfy and fits my apatheticness. besides most of the time I don't do anything and just browse away my time waiting for issues to arise
Wish I could program though, the wages are far better. my memory is too fucked now to learn something new. can't retain shit anymore. oh well.
Meh, some shitposting amterial is welcomed in this topic.
And judging on his career profile, he won't have any unpleasant situations.
Dudes there mostly focus on the job/drink a bit during weekends and chill during house parties.
ah i get it now
you still manage to find jobs in such department?>Wish I could program though
why didn't you specialize in programing? wasn't there many schools teaching the subject back then?>>249486
btw is AGH a reputable school in poland?
because he's coming (from what i gather) from a good reputation engineer school (it's a private school so you'd expect it from them to have some standards) from paris
Yeah it's decent. Certainly better tech school than my local one.
He might actually work on modern hardware, etc.
>>249488>you still manage to find jobs in such department?
Yeah, been doing it since ages so got lots of experience which is what recruiters want>why didn't you specialize in programing?
back in the day it wasn't very popular. the leading lang was Pascal (it's shit) and there weren't many schools teaching it. by the time is started becoming popular around here i was already deeply embedded in IT and i just sorta ignored it.
If i could start over i'd definitely force myself to study it when i was younger.. ah well, c'est la vie.
alright, thanks for the insights
i may go there to meet him when he'll be doing his internship>>249490
why not self teaching during your down time?
worst case scenario you got yourself a healthier hobby than shitposting with the cyberjihadi known as maghrebois
>>249490>why not self teaching during your down time?>healthier hobby than shitposting with the cyberjihadi known as maghrebois
I tried, I can get away with basic scripts in powershell but otherwise it's too cumbersome and there's too many math concepts that I can't get my head around anymore. your brother can probably explain the complexity better. also no chance to land a job without proper degrees or certs so.. yeah.
but for the younger folk out there it's still a great path to take me thinks. even with all the market saturation and outsourcing to pajeets there's still plenty of jobs and overall it's a growing market.
>>249494>also no chance to land a job without proper degrees or certs
i wouldn't be so sure, creating yourself a portfolio that is referenced online is far more valuable than a diploma
well, i understand
#US. New Base in North of #DeirEzzor City
According to evidence, US. forces are after building a new military base in north of Deir Ezzor City.
The base is in the hand of SDF. This is one of Syria’s biggest air defense base in northeast of Syria which was occupied in 2013 when Free Syrian Army and al Qaeda forces jointly attacked it.https://twitter.com/A7_Mirza/status/1191134937245765632
>>249498>"SDF" patrolling the euphrates at Dhiban opposite the city of Mayadeenhttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.002863&lon=40.510969&z=14&m=bs&show=/12914206/Dhiban
The local arab mercenaries in DeZ military council of SDF (mostly ex-ISIS/other takfiri factions) didn't change their stance towards SAA when the k*rds got butthurt at america and invited SAA.
Looks like they were guaranteed that USA would stay in DeZ beforehand.
SDF allowing the burgers to remain near the border at Sarriin and east of Qamishli (probably because the k*rds don't want to lose control of the Semalka Border Crossing to SAA) is the only sign that these mercenaries in DeZ will remain in SDF.
The t*rks should raise the pressure on Semalka to deliver the final blow to the k*rds.
Semalka is used to pump oil to Iraqi k*rdistan btw (saw a recent pic with oil lines and shit but didn't save)
SAA might finally be using different tactics on the Kabani front (Latakia) now by the way.
I've seen footage of infantry ascending up steep hills and a sketchy report of SAA controlling Dahdo (west of Kabani).http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.721343&lon=36.223683&z=16&m=bs&show=/35392883/Dahdo
Hopefully it's true and the people in charge figured trying the same shit rolling tanks and bulldozers on top of Zuwayqat hill a brazillion times won't work.
Furthermore, arty and airstrike activity by both Russians and SAA looks promising.
Also shelling/airstrikes in the Aleppo and south Idlib fronts.
this is what you get for electing a, may allah forgive me for uttering this word, boomer
Russia mulling lease of Qamishli Airport to challenge US influence in eastern Syria: report
BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:50 A.M.) – The Russian military is currently negotiating the lease of the Qamishli Airport in northeastern Syria, the Russian aviation publication Avia.Pro reported, citing the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR).
According to the publication, the Russian military is interested in leasing the Qamishli Airport for a duration of 49 years.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russia-mulling-lease-of-qamishli-airport-to-challenge-us-influence-in-eastern-syria-report/
>>249588>Rare front-line footage of the Syrian Army advancing in strategic Kabani hills: videohttps://youtu.be/6mrJne0ukrU
Ye that's the vid i was talking about
>Most of the heavy weapons the Syrian Army is deploying in northeast Syria were newly-supplied from Russia, paid for by ….https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1191455521716523008
He wrote something similar about a tank/military vehicle shipment from Russia back in October (pic):>Thank you Russia … And thank you secret Santahttps://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1185926099852812288
Who is the anonymous donor?
chinks or iranians
Think about it, who in the middle east would be opposed to T*rkey (i.e muslim brotherhood) invading northern Syria and expanding their influence?
Who opened their embassy in Damascus recently?
opening up diplomatic channels is one thing, but going full 180 on the funding/weapon supply seems a bit of a stretch
Not really that wild considering the gulfnigros position earlier and previously mentioned hate for all things Qatar/T*rkey, but ye you have a point.
Just odd Iran/China would pay for Russian military wares delivered to the SAA when they haven't done it in such a fashion before (as far as i know it's usually Russia directly donating/trading for resources or Iran sending their own shit).
>>249610>pay for Russian military wares
i was thinking of sending their homemade copy of russian tech
i'm more inclinded to say it's iranian stuff but the camo reminded me of some chinese chit
maybe north korea then?
but again it's seems out of the ordinary for NK or CN to send anything so best bet is iran (or maybe iraq sending some russian surplus too, who knows)
It was delivered from mother Russia
well in that case KSA is a plausible possibility, but i wouldn't be surprised if it was USA trying to give erdoroach a middle finger for their invasion of SDF territory
USA buying tanks via Russia to SAA is a bit far fetched considering the current political climate but the gulfoids who's money are a big reason for continued US involvement with SDF.
I can definitely see the pentagon giving KSA/UAE their approval to do so and a reason for the SAA's neutral handling of US army patrols still around/leaving the country.
After all, it's kind of silly imagining what has happened in NE Syria recently being completely sporadic and without any communications.
I'm too tired to formulate comprehensive lines of text, going to bed.
it gets better>They were arrested because both of them kept complaining about each other to the Taliban authorities. Simintov was arrested before too when he returned from exile to Afghanistan after Taliban takeover (And he was severely beaten too) but the only time the two were arrested together was Simintov and Levin both falsely accused each other of crimes which according to each were:
>QLevin: I have accepted Islam but this bigot Simintov doesn't want to accept me. He runs a secret brothel. Where he sells, wait for it, Alcohol.
>Simintov: He is a liar. He practices blackmagic and steals relics from the synagogue. This charlatan wants me out of the synagogue so that he could sell it.
>Foreign Policy asked Taliban leader Khairullah Khairkhwa who was visiting Qatar as part of Talib delegation in ongoing peacetalks about the duo. Khairkhwa laughed and said "yes I remember those two, they caused me a lot of trouble". Simintov the madlad even sent a video via Foreign Policy journalists to Khairkhwa demanding his Torah back, Khairkhwa says he doesn't know where the Torah is, all he knows is that his then-deputy took it.
what did they do to you this time?
i though the new iraqi government was more iran friendly than the previous one
surely JewSA is pulling some strings
i know about anti government protest in iraq lately but never heard anything about anti iranian sentiment beside the usual "reeeeeeee iran stop meddling in our affairs" that you can also sometime see in syria and lebanon
if there has been a spark of anti iranian sentiment, i bet the US is pulling the strings like they do in hong kong right now
some more info>The story of Simintov and Levin was the basis for a British play. Simintov deprecated Levin in an interview with British journalist Martin Fletcher. Levin had initially welcomed Simintov but the two fell out permanently when Simintov offered the caretaker help to emigrate to Israel to join the rest of the former Kabul Jewish community. Simintov was adamant he made the suggestion only as he thought Kabul was too cold for the old man, but the older man took umbrage, claiming Simintov was trying to take over the synagogue. A feud ensued, with the Taliban becoming involved after both men reported each other to the authorities for alleged wrongdoings ranging from running a brothel to misappropriating religious objects. After Levin's death, Simintov said he was not sad and would not miss him.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zablon_Simintov
Ah, the raw edit of oriental Seinfeld. Nice.
VERY good analysis and very insightful, it even changed part of my picture on the Taliban, specifically their origins as a good chunk of their leadership comes from Zabul.
Now I wonder if Zabul will be the first province to fall as opposed to Helmand, Faryab, Kunduz, etc.
Unless Malikayah is taken they can't be sure US forces won't cross from Iraq.
Semalka is the most important crossing (for SDF) as it is the only connection to "Iraqi Kurdistan" besides Iraqi gov. territory.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=37.086406&lon=42.218399&z=11&m=bs&gz=0;421411514;370866794;0;870427;2073669;0
US forces can cross anywhere all the way to the Euphrates if they need though, so it's a bit early to discuss blocking burgers.
Still, just a week or so ago, burgers were in Al-Qahtaniyah and now SAA are there.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=37.030377&lon=41.555786&z=13&m=bs&show=/26024858/Al-Qahtaniyah
you overweight? that tends to happen mostly with overweight people as the fat in their neck reduces their pharynx diameter
that and allergies are the main factors, also having a shot jaw bone since it puts the tongue too far back thus also chokes out the aerial ways
either you're a fatass or a chinlet :^)>other than waking up needing to get air in your lungs
that must be a pretty severe case or something else
most of the sleep apnea tends to only decrease the sleep quality and thus all the other induced indirect symptoms (resulting from the poor sleep) quality:bad mood, day sleepiness, bad memory etc
direct symptoms of sleep apnea is snoring and high blood pressure
must have struck a nerve ;^)
Aviation intensifies the bombardment of Nusra, TIP and Co sites from Jisr to Southern Idlib CS.
New army reinforcements for the Idlib CS and high level of operational readiness of the armed forces on all axes.
- field reporterhttps://twitter.com/Bosni94/status/1192193732956704768
SDF backed by SAA are advancing on the M-4 from Ain Issa and recaptured Bir Issa and Qantari.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.418243&lon=39.024467&z=12&gz=0;388595008;363870183;0;0;3433;11055;1181030;486284;1771545;516667;4078674;102255
TFSA supposedly had orders to retreat so for now it looks like SAA/SDF will reopen the highway to Tel Tamr.
No I’m not overweight. If anything, I’m underweight. And I’m not a chinlet either.>indirect symptoms
Yeah I’ve got those symptoms>direct symptoms
I wake up with a dry mouth a lot of the time, and I do snore. Plus I never feel like anything’s obstructing my throat, even when I wake up to get air into my lungs.>>249792
A lot of stuff came up.
>>249807>for now it looks like SAA/SDF will reopen the highway to Tel Tamr
Scratch that, TFSA launched a counteroffensive west and east of Ain Issa targeting villages on the M4.
It looks like SDF has beaten it back but we'll see.
>Bir Isa has now changed hands four times in two days.>SDF has it now after losing it briefly today. It’s a hamlet really. Neither side can properly hold it.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1192564686874693635
Bza'ah ping-pong tier
oh yeah, I forgot that was their flag. Kind of presumptuous of them.
Thanks borther, I've been looking for a map that isn't shit.
#TFSA captured Al-Rashidiyah, Al-Rayhaniyah, Al-Fasyaliyah & Al-Manakh from #SDF
Now clashes at Umm Al-Kayf TFSA advancing Hills in the area
>>250266>bibi so desperate he will do anything to prevent Gantz from forming a government
how is this related?
he said they could do it 3 weeks ago(when he had the mandate to form a government) but didn't want to "hurt the political process", now when gantz has the mandate he suddenly doesn't care.
just weird innit.
oh well, seems like Hamas doesn't really care and PIJ has limited resources.
>>250295>seems like Hamas doesn't really care
weird isn't it?
Guy was a big troublemaker apparently
Hamas is probably overjoyed he got whacked, every analysis I've read says he was a loose cannon and that he endangered the "humanitarian" Qatari funds that flow through Israel (..to Hamas).
alright, thanks for the insights
After lazily analyzing some updates from the Tal Tamr front today i bring you this update:
TFSA made a push today capturing the villages in blue and approaching Umm al-Kayf (middle orange circle).
For now it looks like the primary goal of TFSA on the Tall Tamr front is to secure the northern side of the canal (black line) and Umm al-Kayf (which primarily is an arab village), not entering Tell Tamr as many alarmists are moaning about.
Furthermore, Sultan Murat Division of TFSA claimed that they cut the main road from Tell Tamr to Abu Rasin (blue line+x), likely by setting up ATGM positions in range of the road, further hinting at their desire to control all villages and towns situated along the river running from T*rkey to Tal Tamr:https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.772442&lon=40.221634&z=11&gz=0;403304672;366979478;750160;0;757026;72944;458335;711256;168228;924367;53215;1230868;0;1570213;72097;1875082;209426;2061789;141191;2362517
The SDF supported by SAA (supposedly only artillery) launched a counterattack tonight to take back the villages captured by TFSA today but personally i don't think they can keep the villages in the long run since they've been sold by both America and Russia. Holding the villages on the river is another story though because SAA seems quite keen on defending it and sending reinforcements.
So far the SDF reportedly secured the road from Tell Tamr to Al-'Arishah (left orange circle) after the carfuffle in and around Umm al-Kayf.
Another thing regarding Abu Rasin and the river it's located at, it's the only defensive line SAA has to keep the TFSA from advancing east into vulnerable arabic farmland all the way to Qamishli which could enable TFSA to siege Amûdê and Darbasiyah on the T*rkish border.https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.858746&lon=40.763397&z=10&gz=0;403239440;368472081;0;0;480651;944520;3254699;2238587;4696655;2621996;6111145;2567235;8926391;1975565
Doc, call Hamas and tell them that I wish no bombing of stadium in Quds city this saturday.
Please, thank you.
am i missing something?
israel-poland match EURO 2020 qualifiers
will probably be moved to Greece or Cyprus if things don't calm down. ceasefire might be reached soon tho.
same with eurovision, why don't you people stop pretending you're in europe?
literally amerimutt tier
>>250399>why don't you people stop pretending you're in europe?
>Prior to this, Israel competed at the Asian Games from 1954 to 1974, however, when the Asian Games Federation became the Olympic Council of Asia, Israel were expelled in 1972 when Arab nations refused to play them.
1963 is wrong tho
they left of their own volition since they knew they could keep their privileged place of power and wealth since the cremieux decree was null and void
some stayed tho
>>250341>Tal Tamr front
Strong push by Turkish-led/SNA forces north and west of #TalTamr.
The red-marked areas are under intense attack, according to YPG sources, and could fall under Turkish/SNA control over the next hours.
Seems #Erdogan wants facts on the ground before he talks to #Trump.
SDF/YPG is now claiming(!), they are in a strong counteroffensive and recaptured the marked areas.https://twitter.com//JihadiJulian/status/1194614774467846144
>>250430>I actually thought that most left in 48'
the country was still under french occupation
guess they felt safe enough
that makes sense
Seems like SAA finally managed to capture Zuwayqat on the Kabani axis and they are reportedly advancing on the Abu Dali axis in south-eastern Idlib (unconfirmed report says two villages seized).https://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.609860&lon=36.519241&z=11&gz=0;362335968;354972946;0;2104767;6221008;0
Syrian Arab Army Soldiers saying Abu al-Duhur Countryside Battle has Begun #SAA #SyrianArmy Units took control of Al-Wubaida
Location on the Map Syrians are saying was captured so far its titled "Lweibdeh Shamaliyah on wikimapia"https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1194874865980977153
So I’m not the only one who has that problem…
What are the aims of this operation?
How much of the Idlib goblin will they chop off this time around?
the government, state, and law are absent in Buner. Taliban have returned to the district of Buner in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province. They threaten and punish people, ask for money and if you do not cooperate, you will be killed. Where is de government? https://twitter.com/MuahidRakim/status/1194337659340181505
this individual's bios is enough to discredit his tweets
Yeah I know, he’s in Afghanistan>let me tell you about your country
I just found this claim to be interesting.
New propaganda clip from ISIS featuring the spokesman from the ISIS branch of the maghrebhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfiH_526qhY
hey fags, long time since I've posted here but that's because I've mostly been on Discord and Nate and Ebin got ahold of me. I've still been paying attention to Syria but I've been using Discord for the most part, I run a server for happenings and I have a channel for every country. It has a few other /sg/ oldfags on it too, if anyone remembers Hannibal he's staff here. It's not syria related specifically, it's just a server for news related to the entire globe but Syria is one of the most active channelshttps://discord.gg/ByEDpwj
So yeah, Nate and Ebin are on the server now. I'm in regular contact with a few of the oldfags so I'll give some updates
Libyanon is still very much alive and on the server too, but he's not really active, however I do talk to him from time to time in dm's. He ain't dead
Aleppobro (also known as Jad) is still around too but isn't on Discord, I regularly talk to him on Telegram.
As for Houthibro, some of you fags probably remember when Houthibro allegedly showed himself here. Sorry to say but that was a prank orchestrated by myself, although the timesteamp was in Sana'a. I know another nigger in Yemen and I thought it'd be funny to get him to prank this board. He's also an unironically gay furry too, but lives with a salafi family and has to hide this part of him. Also he's engaged to his cousin too. An ugly 3/10 at that according to him who he hates
I've been memeing like crazy with Libyanon and this Yemeni furfag (who I'll call Raz) and Hannibal though and we've even made OC too for shits and giggles which I might show here if people are interested
Snus, Doc and Pingu, get in here >>250677
(and everyone else of course, I just thought you 3 might like it the most)
And you too, familianon!
I just sent this message to lankabro:
"Hey LankaBro. Long time no see. I know that about a year ago you said you are leaving /sg/, but I just thought I'd let you know that most of the oldfags are on a discord server https://discord.gg/ByEDpwj
(including Ebin, Libyanon, Aleppobro, Muttley etc) and I thought I'd just let you know in case you wanted to drop by. It's super cosy. Of course, you don't have to and you can ignore this message if you don't want to, but I just felt like I should let you know, for old time's sake."
I know he's made the decision to cut his connections with /sg/ for personal reasons. I tried to make my message as soft as possible, not wanting to put too much pressure on him. I'd be very happy if he does turn up. I hope my message got the balance right.
Aleppobro isn't on the server bruv I told you cunts already he only uses Telegram
According to a Syrian Army source in nearby Hama, this attack on Thursday is the just the preliminary assault. A much larger attack is expected to be launched in the coming days.
Furthermore, the source says the primary objective of this attack in southeastern Idlib is to build a pocket around the key town of Ma’arat Al-Nu’man, which is located directly north of Khan Sheikhoun.
The source added that the Syrian Army will expand the offensive by pushing towards Ma’arat Al-Nu’man from two different axes; these axes will be the southwestern and southeastern flanks of the city.
This battle contingency is similar to the Syrian Army’s previous attacks on Khan Sheikhoun and Kafr Zita. By creating a pocket around the town, the Syrian Army leaves the militant forces with one road to flee the area. If the militants refuse to leave, they will be eventually besieged by the army.
Ma’arat Al-Nu’man may prove to be difficult for the army, however, as the town is well defended and has long been a pro-opposition stronghold.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-armys-new-idlib-offensive-aims-to-create-pocket-at-strategic-town/
oh, right. I was just scanning for names. My bad.
honestly I've been on /sg/ for a lot longer than that I only just namefagged fairly recently, I've been watching Syria since Kobane tbh
I guess when the entire oligarchy of the Western world is out to kill you, you get a bit more savy to their tricks.
Pardon the first low iq post, I just lost the genetic lottery is all.
tl;dr: israelis 2.0
They want their own land, and because of that, they sell themselves like a whore to whoever promise them that plus goodies. Logically, they are pumped and dumped over and over again. Now they are the bitch of America and the Jews, tomorrow who knows.
I forgot to add.
In the same way they are used and dumped; they have a record of stabbing their patrons as soon as a better deal shows up.
HTS posted an interesting video of bombardments on the Kabani fronthttps://twitter.com/200_zoka/status/1196080980752244736
The video is shot north-northeast of the village and shows the slope of Height 1125 and northern top of Zuweiqat being hit.
Another detail being showed is the terrain east of Kabani, quite the valley.
According to Leith/masdar the SAA managed to capture the northern top of Zuweiqat last night but were driven back by a HTS & co counterattack, the video i linked probably being after the SAA's retreat.
Due to the incline of the mountains, i don't see Kabani being captured any time soon without divine intervention (RuAF dropping some major thermobarics on the northern slopes) or SAA first advancing east of Height 1125 (which it does seem like they're trying to do aswell judging on the impacts shown in the video).
Impacts = Approximately around the gray circles
If you ask me they should abandon all hopes of taking all of Zuwaiqat mountain and focus more effort on the area east of Height 1125 which in all fairness seems to get some more attention by SAA than earlier.
Should’ve made the grey circles black to stand out more, I almost missed the one on Zuweiqat because it blended in.>>251076
In your opinion why is the SAA having so much trouble with Kabani? I haven’t followed this place nearly as much, and tactics aren’t my strong suit.
I'm getting triggered over the fact that the Northern Syria fontlone has basically stopped moving and it still doesn't look like this>>248345
>>251081>In your opinion why is the SAA having so much trouble with Kabani?
If what Masdar is posting is accurate, SAA are trying to position themselves on the northern peak of the mountain and advance downhill but keep getting raped by counterattacks because they're too exposed to sniper fire and ATGM's fired from Kabani/Jabal Barzah to setup fire superiority.
HTS can simply pop up from the SAA deadspot on the northern slopes.
Here, i asked my wifes son to illustrate it for you.
That makes sense. DAMN, that place is a geographical clusterfuck. Can’t SAA go around it and attack Kabani from behind?
>>251085>Can’t SAA go around it and attack Kabani from behind?
Pic related is the northwestern view from Jabal Barzah, it would be like trying to take the Zawiya mountains via the al-Ghab plains.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.727249&lon=36.230035&z=15&show=/34158195/Jabal-Barzah-Girê-Berzê-(1147)
It's all downhill after Kabani/Jabal Barzah, HTS controlled Latakia falls with it but not without it.
This new video from SAA defensive positions southeast of Zuwayqat shows that the situation hasn't changed much since 2015…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fLZZdL7W6o
Sure they have paved a proper secure dirt road up the southern slope and nuked the mountain top to the point that they can easily keep the jihadists from controlling it. But that doesn't change the fact that they have no solid defensive positions up there and are effectively stuck in the same position since years back.
It's all so tiresome…
Is it? I remember one guy being kicked, but in the different manner, back in 2017/18?
maybe i'm mixing them
after all, such sights aren't uncommon
Reconaissance flights has been taking place over Idlib and talks of SAA resuming the offensive.
>>251246>SAA sustained more than heavy losses, way more than any previous strike, but SOHR's numbers are completely made up, Iran, as far as I know now, sustained no losses at all. SOHR's claims of 7 Iranian killed is utter BS. SAA alone may have lost more than 11 officers, beside equip..
>>Syrian losses around one billion USD, several officers killed, a family of three injured.
>I'm still assessing the damage dealt to the army yesterday, it is catastrophic. I will likely need 24 hours or even more. Will not likely share most information.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1197119397405564928https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1197063077075849216
>#Israeli Air Forces attacked about 20 targets tonight in #Damascus area, about half of them belong to #IRGC. Also 6 #SAA anti-aircraft batteries destroyed, some #NDF positions in the Syrian Golan attacked with combat helicopters #Syriahttps://twitter.com/islamicworldupd/status/1197045053325283328
wew lad, Iran better retaliate
I know, I mean a limited retaliatory strike like they did 2 nights ago
(only more successful i.e. more missiles)
The village being shelled in the video is actually
Luwaybidah, not Mashayrfah.
Old footage from when Luwaybidah had been captured last week i presume.
Once they capture Umm at Tinah and the airbase to the north of Musharifah and fend off the inevitable counterattack we should see some bigger gains in the area landing them at the outskirts of the TAF base.
The T*rks will help the SNA militants to prevent this though, expect MRAPs and heavier use of ATGM's.
That would be the IEA flag in Afghanistan
>>251496>Crew likely neutralized.
You can literally see them run away long before impact.>@Petthegreat1
Ohhhhhh, that's why.
>S. #Syria: 2 members (possibly reconcilied) working with 4th Division were executed tonight by gunmen on Tafas-Yadudah road in NW. #Daraa province.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1197973532753432576>>251497
text is from qalaat al muhdick as wellhttps://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1197944150768979971
-The SAA lost two soldiers:
-The SAA lost six pieces of equipment in total, including a ZSU-23-4 Shilka SPAAG. Most of the losses were in southern Damascus.
-Iranian forces sustained no losses. Non of their fighters were injured or killed.
-Several Iranian positions were struck, most of them were offices, or rest and recreation centers. Iranian forces had evacuated all targeted positions more than 12 hours before the airstrikes.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1197984182695342081
>>251506>using english instead of arabic
He wasn't talking with another arab.
Initial attacks on the SDF around Ayn Issa repelled. The SDF has recaptured the Ayn Issa camp after losing it earlier in the day. Second large wave of attacks by the Turks and TFSA ongoing.
Reports that the SAA has withdrawn are complete bullshit propaganda design to create confusion. On the contrary, they have been involved in the fighting the entire day and are launching artillery fire missions from south of the city.
Reports that the SDF have recaptured Saida are as of yet unconfirmed. This is the only area lost and not regained that I know of.
The TFSA is attempting to take the IDP camp still. Much damage to the already evacuated camp. Many tents destroyed.https://twitter.com/NotWoofers/status/1198259332284063744
The Turkish Army and TFSA have captured Saidah north of Ayn Issahttps://twitter.com/AbdoZehn/status/1198264952575987712
SDF recaptured Ayn Issa camp, Saidah & Ma’alak from #TFSA.
Clashes continue NE of the Ain Issa camp.
SAA/Russia in the brigade 93 military in Ain Issa and they let TFSA capture stuff right on the outskirt of the town.
Must be some Russia/Türk agreement if true.
New leak: Neocons on suicide watch:
Subject: Grave concern about the 'redacted' Douma report
I wish to express, as a member of the FFM team that conducted the investigation into the alleged chemical attack in Douma on 7 April, my gravest concern at the redacted version of the FFM report, which I understand was at the behest of the ODG. After reading this modified report, which incidentally no other team member who deployed into Douma has had the opportunity to do, I was struck by how much it misrepresents the facts. Many of the facts and observations outlined in the full version are inextricably interconnected and, by selectively omitting certain ones, an unintended bias has been introduced into the report, undermining its credibility. In other cases, some crucial facts that have remained in the redacted version have morphed into something quite different to what was originally drafted. If I may, I will outline some specific aspects to the redacted report that are particularly worrisome.
The statement in paragraph 8.3 in the final conclusions "The team has sufficient evidence at this time to determine that chlorine, or another reactive chlorine-containing chemical, was likely released from cylinders" is highly misleading and not supported by the facts. The only evidence available at this moment is that some samples collected at Locations 2 and 4 were in contact with one or more chemicals that contain a reactive chlorine atom. Such chemicals could include molecular chlorine, phosgene, cyanogen chloride, hydrochloric acid, hydrogen chloride, or sodium hypochlorite (the major ingredient of househסld chlorine-based bleach). Purposely singling out chlorine gas as one of the possibilities is disingenuous. It is also worth noting that the term "reactive chlorine-containing chemical" used in the redacted report is, in fact, inaccurate.
It actually describes a reactive chemical that contains chlorine which itself (the chlorine) is not necessarily reactive e.g. chlorophenol.
The original report uses the more accurate term "a chemical containing reactive chlorine".
The redacted report states that the gas was likely released from the cylinders (in Locations 2 and 4). The original report purposely emphasised the fact that, although the cylinders might have been the sources of the suspected chemical release, there was insufficient evidence to affirm this. It is possible the error was simply a typo. This is a major deviation from the original report. Paragraph 8.2 states that "based on the high levels of various chlorinated organic derivatives, […] detected in environmental samples". Describing the levels as "high" likely overstates the extent of levels of chlorinated organic derivatives detected. They were, in most cases, present only in parts per billion range, as low as 1-2 ppb, which is essentially trace quantities.
The original report discusses in detail the inconsistency between the victims' symptoms, as reported by witnesses and seen in video recordings. Omitting this section of the report (including the Epidemiology which has been removed in its entirety) has a serious negative impact on the report as this section is inextricably linked to the chemical agent identified. It either supports or detracts from the confidence in the identity of any possible chemical. In this case, the confidence in the identity of chlorine or any Cho king agent is drawn into question precisely because of the inconsistency with the reported and observed symptoms. The inconsistency was not only noted by the FFM team but strongly supported by three toxicologists with expertise in exposure to CW agents.
The original report has extensive sections regarding the placement of the cylinders at both locations as well as the relative damage caused to the impact points, compared to that caused to the cylinders suspected of being the sources of the toxic chemical. These sections are essentially absent from the redacted report. This information was important in assessing the likelihood of the 'presence' of toxic chemicals versus the 'use' of toxic chemicals. A feature of this investigation and report was the robust and extensive scientific basis for sampling plans and analysing the data collected. A comprehensive bibliography of peer-reviewed scientific literature was attached to support and enhance the credibility of the work of the mission.
This has unfortunately been omitted from the redacted report. By singling out chlorine above other equally plausible substances containing reactive chlorine and presenting it as a fact in isolation creates, I believe, a level of partiality that would negatively impact on the perceived credibility of the report, and by extension that of the Organisation. I am requesting that the fact-finding report be released in its entirety as I fear that this redacted version no longer reflects the work of the team. The original report contains facts and observations that are all equally valid. The fact that inconsistencies are highlighted or observations not fully understood does not justify their omission. The inconsistencies and observations are based on the evidence and data collected. Further information in the future may help resolved them but the facts as they stand at present will not alter and need to be reported. If the redacted version is to be released, I respectfully request to attach my differing observations, in accordance with the spirit of paragraph 62 of Part II of the Verification Annex of the CWC
Raqqa : #Turkey orders #FSA National Army units to withdraw from the outskirts of #Ain_Issa and several villages they fought for near the city due to their agreement with #Russia. #YPGhttps://twitter.com/CombatChris1/status/1198646138603266050?s=19
Today #SAA captured al-Mushayrfah village after hours of heavy airstrikes (de facto violating the ceasefire #Assad + #Russia imposed): 1st real advance since the collapse of Northern #Hama (al-Lataminah + Khan Shaykhoun).
Now #SAA is trying to take Zarzur town.https://twitter.com/Kyruer/status/1198676809581244418
#SAA #SyrianArmy and groups including Liwa al Quds have taking full control of Tal al-Zarzour & Zarzour Village.
- SAMA reporter : Syrian Army takeover of #Zurzur الزرزور in SW Idlib enables #SAA to fire on large geographical areas towards town of #Jarjanaz
New Map of the Areas Confirmed to be captured by the Liwa al Quds & Syrian Arab Army in the past 24 Hours
SAMA news Reporter on ground also Confirms. https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1198756922343727104
Nice, but also:>Qamishli still not a big dot
[[This pic >>248178]]
>"Because Turky didnt implement agreement on Idlib SAA will continue operation in south Idlib" - Mazan Ibrahim, Tiger Forceshttps://twitter.com/200_zoka/status/1198965638217252870>SAA is now pounding villages of Furayji, Sihal and Umm at Tinah in order to probe weaknesses in jihadist defenseshttps://twitter.com/Elly_Ammar/status/1198984376488484864http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.551362&lon=36.866856&z=13&m=bs&gz=0;368493461;355204908;0;0;193977;245863;425720;338042>>251746
The account claiming that SAA are storming al Farjah also claim now that SAA are "attempting to storm Al-Sihal" is VivaRevolt. I think it's misinformation.https://twitter.com/AbdoZehn/status/1198980095978934272
>>251754>I think it's misinformation
The reason why i think this is primarily because capturing these two villages before Umm at Tinah would put SAA in in a topographical disadvantage.
Haven't seen any pro-SAA sources claim that a storming is underway, VivaRevolt didn't claim SAA captured Farjah before Sihal and there's no proper road between Sihal and Khalakhil.
>News that the army is making a horseshoe around Farhaj and Sihaĺl villagehttps://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1199060937807974401
Highly dubious source and squeezing between Umm at Tinah to reach Sihal is nonsensical.
Jaish al-Izza having a lovely time on the Idlib frontlinehttps://twitter.com/Alqalqal/status/1199048400991408134
Done after researching a study on the security situation posted here: https://easo.europa.eu/sites/default/files/publications/Afghanistan-security-situation-2019-web.pdf>dated June 30
>Artillery shelling by pro-Assad forces is reported in Sarj, Sahal and Farja towns in the southern countrysidehttp://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.535020&lon=36.861277&z=14&gz=0;368416643;355195128;74672;0;265216;255643;0;447672
Probably a counterattack incoming, but who knows.
#Taliban political leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar and his team visited #Tehran.
A statement of spokesman says, Taliban delegation met Jawad Zarif (foreign minister of Iran) and other Iranian officials during the trip, they talked about bilateral relations & refugees problems.
Jihadist rebels beat back Syrian Army assault on strategic town in northeast Latakia
BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:10 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) attempted to advance their positions in the northeastern countryside of the Latakia Governorate on Thursday after a relatively quiet week at the Kabani front.
According to reports from this front, Syrian Arab Army troops took advantage of the poor weather conditions and attempted to advance at the Zuwayqat Mountains south of Kabani.
However, following a short battle with the jihadist rebels of Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) and the Turkestan Islamic Party (TIP), the Syrian Arab Army was forced to halt their attack in order to avoid more casualties.https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/jihadist-rebels-beat-back-syrian-army-assault-on-strategic-town-in-northeast-latakia/
If they aren't willing to risk it there will never be a breakthrough, what a waste.
Weird ass group seems to mostly hang out around Kabani.
Here's a pic uploaded last week from Height 1125 with Kabani/Jabal Barzah in the background.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.711587&lon=36.237963&z=17&m=bs&show=/34173216/Height-1125
>Within a single hour, 24 Russian airstrikes targeted the area of al-Nahr al-Abyad in Jisr sl-Shoughr outskirt. This is very unusual and appears to be well-planned strike.https://twitter.com/WithinSyriaBlog/status/1200165776117944320
Nahr al-Abyad=The white river and is here on online databases:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.850413&lon=36.327142&z=18https://www.geonames.org/174299/nahr-al-abyad.html
Seems to be a section of the orontes river.
My guess is an extremely high priority target hiding out here or using the makeshift river crossing, if true that is.
>Sputnik correspondent: Syrian Army masses huge military forces south of Idlib in preparation for the start of military action
#Syria: #Kabana front (NE. #Latakia) witnessed an intense day of battle & bombardment as pro-Assad forces backed by tanks & armored dozers launched 3 assaults today. All were however repelled by Rebels. Among documented fatalities there's a 4th Division's Adra tank driver👇https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1200479782296834048
#Syria: as airstrikes & artillery shelling recently stepped up on Greater #Idlib, many residents left today S. & E. #Idlib CS heading to Turkish border.https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1200474324085460992
As for my Districtmap, I’ve made massive changes to it.
I’ve added in DHQs for almost every single district except for a few where there was no marker for a DHQ.
And I’ve added in primary roads (think: interstates), so it’ll show the ring road and other roads of equal magnitude. Tomorrow and the next day I’ll work on adding in secondary roads (think: highways).
Supposedly the jihadis withdrew.
since i have some spare time tonight
redpill me about the relation that israelis have toward religion and the "jewish culture" (ie the religious traditions) how much percentage of the "secular" population (ie non ultra orthodox/haredim) follow the religious teachings (like shabbat and fasting holidays)
>>252190> follow the religious teachings (like shabbat and fasting holidays)
most of secularists only do that kind of things as tradition (holidays) or trend (losing weight on yom kippur)
some people light candles and shit on friday too so they can feel slightly religious.
the majority doesn't really care otherwise. they even started bus service in tel aviv on shabbat this weekend (a big no no) and orthodox are seething rn.
so the average jew doesn't care about turning the lights on during shabbat?
if this country is barely religious, how do you achieve cohesion (sinc IMO religion is the mortar linking everyone) considering the diversity of origins/culture of the citizens?>and orthodox are seething
aren't they concentrated in their ghettos so it just doesn't matter for the average israeli?
>>252194>so the average jew doesn't care about turning the lights on during shabbat?
no. those who are mildly religious maybe, seculars don't care about any of that. not sure about the actual share but wiki says 67%.
>considering the diversity of origins/culture of the citizens?
well it works since every group is enclosed in their own cities. i.e. tel aviv metropolitan area highly secular, Jerusalem very religious etc. so each keeps to his own most of the time.
>aren't they concentrated in their ghettos so it just doesn't matter for the average israeli?
most religious zealots don't care as long as it's private (your car) but public transportation is forbidden by law on shabbos. so the Tel Aviv municipality found a loophole and they made the bus service free on saturday as a city-service and thus they're technically not breaking the law. but many religious folks are angry saying it's desecration of the Sabbath and calling them all sinners.
>>252195>only 67% in 2007
i suppose it's lower now, is it harder for non relighious jews to live their daily life without being policed by the religious jews (when going clubbing or not following the holidays rituals)?
also (may sound odd) is the pork consumption among secular jew a big thing in israel or is it even a no-no for seculars?
>>252196>i suppose it's lower now
yeah maybe a bit since orthodox have gazillion kids.
> is it harder for non relighious jews to live their daily life without being policed by the religious jews
no, completely unheard of unless you do something silly like going into an ultra-Orthodox neighborhood and eating bacaon. people generally leave each other to their own.
>also (may sound odd) is the pork consumption among secular jew a big thing in israel or is it even a no-no for seculars?
pretty rare because very few places sell it. but it's quite popular amongst the russian diaspora, they have their own shops and tons of non-kosher food.
>>252197>they have their own shops and tons of non-kosher food.
are russian diaspora even jewish? or are they goys that larped as jews to escape USSR?
how does the average israeli sees them?
most claim they are, you know, for the benefits and better treatment. I assume most of them are larping just to get the Israeli ID.
>how does the average israeli sees them?
well there's so many of them they are practically ingrained into Israel society already.in the past they kept to their own but nowadays they'be integrated and speak hebrew and all that jazz. I'm pretty sure I'm the only non russian in my apartment complex.
but are they seen by the average israeli as jewish or as a fraud like Ethiopian jews?
nah they're accepted as jewish since they actually contribute most of the time. (other than than the typical drunken slav shenanigans)
alright, thanks for the insights
Russia transport ‘unusually’ large shipment of tanks to Syria
BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 A.M.) – Russia has recently transported a large amount of military cargo to the Syrian port city of Tartous, the Russian aviation publication Avia.Pro reported this week.
According to Avia.Pro, Russia was transporting an ‘unusually’ large shipment of tanks and armored vehicles to Syria via their Dvinitsa-50 vessel that is part of the Black Sea Fleet.
“About a day ago on the web, new photos were published of the Russian ship ‘Dvinitsa-50’ from the Black Sea Fleet, which proceeded from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean Sea,” Avia.Pro reported. “According to sources, the ship is transporting very heavy cargo; however, at the moment, no official comments from the Russian Ministry of Defense have been made.”https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/russia-transport-unusually-large-shipment-of-tanks-to-syria/>>252203
Another point of interest was the tanks they used, only one had a usable turret (was captured), the rest were a brem and two turretless tanks used as APCs.
Soldier posted a video 8 hours ago titled
- From the inside of the town of Ajaz today, after it was fully recaptured from the terrorists.
Video From the Militant's after they had to Flee / Run Away from Ajaz Village because the #SAA #SyrianArmy #SyrianArmedForces were recapturing the village.https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1201248340270297088
On a side note
God bless Cyanoacrylate
best wound-plugging jury-rig tool
SDF, Russia agree to deploy Russian troops in three areas in northeastern Syria: commander
SULAIMANI — The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and Russia reached an agreement about the deployment of Russian troops in several areas of northeastern Syria, a commander has said.
SDF commander Mazloum Abdi, known as Mazloum Kobani, said in a tweet that he had a “productive meeting” with commander of the Russian forces in Syria Alexander Chaiko on Sunday (December 1).
“We agreed to deploy Russian troops in Amuda, Tel Tamir, and Ain Issa for the security and stability of the region,” the SDF commander tweeted.
“We look forward to further joint efforts in the interest of our two countries.”http://www.nrttv.com/En/News.aspx?id=18043&MapID=3
whats going on with the protests in Iraq and Iran? Any proofs about ((who)) is behind them?
It looks like some kind of directional thing. Perhaps cylindrical.
The shockwaves are just extra visible thanks to the weather
Reading unconfirmed/contested reports that SAA has taken the AD base east of Umm At Tinah and are trying to take the village itself.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.549390&lon=36.903527&z=16&m=bs&show=/25177999/Air-Defense-Base
I wish Jacopetti and Prosperi were still alive today. I just watched Africa Addio and feel…changed, somehow. Legitimately the most painful thing I ever watched. Is there any comparable documentary on Syria?
Militant activist are saying Rebel Groups were able to recapture the Abandoned Battalion North West of Al-Mashrafia in Eastern Idlib After Syrian Soldiers & SAMA reporter on the ground reported 7 Hours ago that the #SAA #SyrianArmy captured it.https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1202322749554864134
Umm at-Tinah and it's Air Defense base is a pretty significant gain on this front and would enable further gains north and west as can be seen here: >>251696
The jihadis still have safe supply roads into the village which SAA can't gain fire control over without capturing and solidifying the positions in the village so a counterattack is still very much on the table. Hopefully the RuAF is still active.
>European diesel imported by Turkey entering HTS-controlled Idlibhttps://twitter.com/Insight_Media1/status/1202282998630174720
Looks like the airstrikes on the makeshift oil refineries in the al-Bab countryside for the oil imported from SDF territory had an effect.
>TFSA has withdrawn from Al-Mabroukah Electric substation,South of Sere Kaniye,allowing Russian Military Police to enter the substationhttps://twitter.com/AbdoZehn/status/1202281079094333440http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.588931&lon=39.814625&z=13&gz=0;397584915;365587393;0;943944;0;943944;1321792;0
Not 100% sure on this being the correct electrical substation but it definitely makes sense considering TFSA handing over the M-4 in the area (there is also a Mubarakiyah east of "Sere Kaniye", but i can't find any station there).
Time will tell.
No advances reported in south-eastern Idlib today as SAA was fended off from Umm Jalal, Farjah and Umm at Tinah.http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.515531&lon=36.820078&z=14&m=bs&gz=0;367865180;355028148;0;0;640296;185143;640296;185143;1058292;518993
This was the first attempt on Umm Jalal this season, a great development.
As far as i know there aren't any "elite" units like Tiger Forces involved on this front, so the status quo from the Khan Sheikhoun offensive is likely still in place (the real offensive will happen elsewhere).
Weird thing is that the Zawiyah frontline (northwest of Khan Sheikhoun) have been really quiet beside the heavy airstrikes behind the lines, it doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that the real offensive will take place there but why is it so damn quiet, do they really think the jihadis will move more manpower to the south-eastern front the longer they wait?
>>252593> really think the jihadis will?
Yes, they are not smart people and they will be corralled like fish, inshallah.
Another HTS tank captured by SAA on A'jaz axishttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GeLcIEpNkWA
>>252631>SyAF stopped all sorties>RuAF remains active
Are they, dare i say it, making way for CAS?
>Despite the cold, fog, rain in Latakia's CS, the men of God and Assad are here and they're (4th armored division) launching prepatory fire to storm Kabani. https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1203064922357325824
JUST DO IT
>Tawil_Al-Halib -The army's attack on this axis is ongoinghttps://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1203663143282589699>Militants claims that they repell attack on Tuwayl al Halib, also they are talking about SAA operation in coming dayshttps://twitter.com/200_zoka/status/1203665382080438273http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.763299&lon=36.977921&z=14&show=/34012130/Tuwayl-al-Halib
Finally some action on the Abu Duhur front
No large military operations in the north west sector in #Syria until spring.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1203704326557966338
>Sources reported that the Shuaitat and Akidat clans rejected an offer made by Major General Ali Mamlouk to leave the service in SDF and join the Syrian Arab Army in exchange for a general amnesty issued by the President of the Republic.https://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1204122271310393345
Guess the burgers are still giving them a good deal in the Euphrates region.
Kino ass ATGM strike on SAA hookah and chill position in the Ghab plainhttps://twitter.com/mohmad_rasheed/status/1204454851868016640
I managed to find the building, indicating it was shot from Arimah or the adjacent mountaintop:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.474627&lon=36.364279&z=19&m=bs&gz=0;363642887;354746387;2413;1681;0;1550;348;0;2574;218;2467;1376
Serving as a reminder as to how retarded it is to capture the Ghab plain without first controlling the high ground (insert star wars meme here).
We’re maybe weeks away from a limited military operation west of #Aleppohttps://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1204833738686976000
I hope it’s Anadan area, and they reopen the Aleppo-Nubl/Zahraa road.
I can't recall seeing any reports of SAA shelling in that area recently but i hope so too, way overdue.
The T*rks have been promising to open that road together with Russia for way too long and the close proximity to central Aleppo is unacceptable.
>>252957>fake news: Thrackerzod WILL sign the bill
Saying Trump will sign the bill and Trump actually signing the bill are two different things, and even if he did, it's the type of bill that will seperate the jew from the actual whites, essentially making jews their own group. And getting designated as a different group of people instead of just another bunch of white people is not good for (((them))).
Never a dull day in this hellhole.>>252984
Quick update on the situation please. Been out of the loop for some time.
fuck climate FUDders too
>>252991>Quick update on the situation please
the shitposter in chief is cringeposting by taking seriously greta on twitter
as if he doesn't have more pressing issues at hand
>>253005>the shitposter in chief is cringeposting by taking seriously greta on twitter
I see>as if he doesn't have more pressing issues at hand
Is he really getting impeached this time or is it another time pass until the next elections?
Also what about the rest? (Syria and others)
>>253007>Is he really getting impeached this time or is it another time pass until the next elections?
don't know, sounds more serious than the previous attempts tho>Also what about the rest? (Syria and others)
been out of the loop since too much busy with work IRL
alright thanks mate.
>HTS detaining some HaD members in Idleb. Interesting strategy to arrest one of your main battlefield allies…https://twitter.com/LionOfBaniyas/status/1205505542929686529>Mhardeh NDF are represented in the ongoing Tiger Forces training in Hama>There are also several recruits from Raqqa governorate presenthttps://twitter.com/LionOfBaniyas/status/1205500022034518016>Safe to say you can rename Salma to Mud. Yesterday, several soldiers had to call for help because they were stuck in the mud (everyone is alive and well)http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.691635&lon=36.140213&z=15&m=w&show=/13830139/Salma-Selmê
Latakia frontline btw>
I swear to Allah, I have nothing to do with this!
is that an anime crossover?
If so, what genre?
>>253086>lawyer you>pakistan pingu>hospital me
just found it a weird coincidence
>>253088>all the geolocation threads (that fucking Ghouta pool)>Leppo>Issam's death>Kosher jet shot down>all the autism during /pol/eague 2 when /sg/ won>one panicking dude that was like "guys Jimmy - the dutch guy, doxxed himself and got arrested, it's over!!!">everything with OG Maghrebois when he started to fume much more>Al-Bab and the 40 attempts to capture the city>watching KSA army being humiliated over and over by Houthis>seeths of Onur & co.>hot Salami(yah) pocket and others>Jihadi Julian in general>first meme-strike and absoulte full nuclear "death to america" mode of /sg/>race for T2 station>all of ISIS kino&music>rebels splintering #5367326u72367>laughing at kurds>watching Iraqi army performing sunni genocide in Mosul>all the MEMRI
And many many more things.
What a ride it was.
Shit that is going down in Aleppo and Idlib right now.
>Massive reinforcements arriving at Khan Sheikhoun, Sinjar (Idlib), Aleppo and Abu Duhur
>Basically all villages and towns east of the M5 highway in Marat Numan countryside getting nuked
>Including airstrikes on Saraqib and Binnish
>Clashes and airstrikes on the Haritan/Layramoun front in Aleppo, Hayyan getting hit aswell
Cautionary hype lads
>Suheil al-Hassan will have to deal with some new constellations of infantry if a ground attack is going to happen in the near future>Since the birth of the 25th Special Forces Division, the structure of Suheil's organization has slightly changed and with some pieces still missing>There are still 'original' Tiger Forces groups that are not battle ready due to conflicts with the SAA about the positions they will have in the 'new' 25th SF Division>Suheil will rely on the usual strength from the air and from artillery, but will have to resort to some groups from the 'outside' due to the ongoing difficult negotiations. This will result in a larger presence of 5th Corps storming groups>He will also have to co-operate closely with representatives from the SAA High Command. To sum up, there are many question marks about how battle ready the 25th SF Division is right nowhttps://twitter.com/LionOfBaniyas/status/1207089449588408320
Personally i don't think the results will be different as the strength of the TF was always having skilled commanders, a lot of firepower and good communications with the RuAF.
The grunts haven't been anything special in a long while.
Reading reports that the offensive has started, specifically in the south east(clashes on Umm Jalal, Umm at Tinah fronts etc).
#Syria: 4 months after capture of #KhanSheikhoun, pro-Assad forces kicked off tonight the 2nd stage of Greater #Idlib Offensive. Aim is to take M5 Highway & nearby towns. Attack backed by #RuAF started from SE. front. Heavy clashes ongoing.
#Syria: Rebels are engaged in fierce clashes tonight as pro-Assad forces launched multiple attacks amidst heavy bombardment. Assaults on Um Jalal (repelled), Eskiat (ongoing) & Khuraibi (ongoing).https://twitter.com/QalaatAlMudiq/status/1207733319762362369
apparently trump is impeached
never thought it'd actually happen
Breaking , SAA Tiger forces liberate first town " Um - Jalal " in south Idlib after only 2 hours of clashes
UNCONFIRMED reports about SAA took Um Jalal - but "rebels" still counterattacking from the high ground north:https://twitter.com/GeromanAT/status/1207768256964153344https://twitter.com/MIG29_/status/1207771057203109888
>On the night of 18-19 December, the Syrian Arab Army extended its control over Umm Jalal, Tal al-Shaykh, and Abu Habah, and they might continue further north.>It is a "soft spot" in the front, a movement to outflank the HTS strongholds on the west (al-Tah, Tahtaya) and the east (Tal Dam, Um al-Tinah) which has seen battles for the past few weeks and is the destination of a high concentration of mujahideen reinforcements.>The attack from the south was led by the Tigers, which implies this is the main axis of progress. Smaller units such as 5th corps engage in clashes on the east side, perhaps as a measure to "distract" the mujahideen, but perhaps this area will develop into a proper second axis.https://twitter.com/syria_map/status/1207834626372390913http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.525870&lon=36.800251&z=14&m=bs&gz=0;367756175;355032340;84972;2096;84972;2096;0;278746;260066;180951;107288;0
>The hour is now 4:38 in the morning!>Violent clashes are now occuring on multiple sides of the southeastern Idlib countryside.https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1207852651561521152
Counterattack(s) or is SAA going balls deep?
Closing the 2nd day of the operation by capturing a new village
#SAA captured the village of Al Hulbah north west of the newly captured village Al Rifah south east of #Idlib
Putting the SAA in a position where Ma’aret Al Nu’man is only 12 KMs away.https://twitter.com/Syrian_MC/status/1208154271121920001
East #Idlib : #SAA free Ash Sha`rah, Rubay`ah, Barnān + Al Khuraybah from #Jihadists
Supposedly it's this:http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.566375&lon=36.783729&z=15&m=bs&show=/5896725/Haluba
But they must have captured (or is in the progress of capturing) Harran to the east and/or the village to the west aswell cuz that road is way too exposed from Harran.
Similar to how Tall Ash-Shayk and Abu Habbah wasn't "officially" reported to be captured until the morning after Umm Jalal was captured.
It's funny, i scrapped a prediction i made when Umm Jalal was captured that they'd punch through these villages to reach Jarjanaz ASAP but it seemed way too brash and al-Tah seemed like the safer alternative, guess i underestimated the Tiger.
SAA is about 2.5 km away from Turkish military observation base, located at the grain silos in SE of Surman/Sarman.
Liwa al Quds Mediaman confirms Al-Sharj village and Tal Damm and Tal Hayya are friend.https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1208539290289999873
Found these resources:
Districts Spreadsheet and ArcGIS mapshttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1tHklqDKhTAmwgZXK4JvnKt4asGLc19HZsR0DvI_H3xI/htmlview# https://mapsynch.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=fe0f16a7b8da4157a7d7f9451a802d74
Yes I am making a new Districtmap based on that map. It took me literally all day to get to this point, next up is roads which will take even longer.
And ofc, the Syria Shitmupdate.
Newest Reports this morning
- Halbah and Qarati are friend and under the control of the men of Allah, the Arab Army of Syria.
After the capture of Qarati the Syrian Army is 3.2KM away from Jarjanaz from the South axis
Well respected and great Field SAMA TV reporter Confirms this morning to his followers Haraki, Tahtaya, Halbah are under #SAA controlhttps://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1208650007886340098https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1208658644667183104
>The rescue (salvation) government (HTS) is stealing the electricity transformers from the town of Al-Eis and the surrounding countrysidehttps://twitter.com/ynms79797979/status/1208736620658061312http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.995959&lon=37.001932&z=16&show=/21654766/Al-Eis
Telltale sign they're not expecting to hold on to the town.
Yeah nah, there'd be a whole lot more fuzz if that was the case.
>>253819>Abu Dafnah>Babuleen>Kafr Bassin
Who claimed SAA captured these? Cuz i haven't seen any reputable accounts claiming this, probably jihadis just left as >>253821
Weird shit going on>Syrian Media Reporter alongside the 5th Corps, 3rd Corps says this morning: Congrats on the victory Rajm alqat , Falul, saqeah, dafna are friend.https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1209101010980999173http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.631907&lon=36.863937&z=13&gz=0;368296909;356162094;386238;0;508117;174418;0;196740;41198;592866
Saqeah (Suqay`ah) and Rajm alqat (Rujm al Qiţţ) was announced like two days ago.
Same thing with:>Tal sidi Ali, Tal Jafar, tahtaya, kafr ataya https://twitter.com/SyriaGeneral/status/1209099007030636544http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=35.491005&lon=36.730900&z=13&gz=0;366793155;354850649;0;0;636863;18170;334739;243177;181961;229203
Were the first two tells where announced as captured shorthly after Khan Sheikhoun.
WTF is going on
beat me to it
Looks like NLF is sending reinforcements, will they make it to the front before Maarrat al-Numan is captured though?
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