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    Big_Gazza

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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  Big_Gazza on Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:37 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:whaaa?  you meant Foster right? Very Happy

    Fosters is rubbish drunk only by the lowest of the bogan community, pig swill that i wouldn't use to flush my toilet....  ugh... /shudder

    Export "Fosters" is actually sold as Crown Lager here in Oz....  its promoted domestically as a premium lager.  I guess some CUB brainiac had the great idea of exporting a half-way decent (yet not superlative) lager and co-opting the famous local Fosters tag.. a good example of profitable Corporate skullduggery that probably earned the CUB apparatchik a friggin' fortune and early retirement...  Lucky bastard, but good luck to him...

    That said, i'm halfway thru a nice 2007 Chiraz, with spicy plum, blackberry and cherry with a good dose of chocolate to boot...  We might start our adolescence by swilling luke-warm beer behind the bike shed, or a 4ltr goon bag in the car park outside the drive-thru bottle-o, but eventually evolution takes over and we learn to sample and enjoy the finer pleasures in life...  a little Cab-Sav with a joint shared with good mates, a 1L Jack Daniels consumed in the hotel the night before flying offshore (oh fuck, the hangover...), an insane guzzle-till-dawn binge on Daves new batch of home brew he has lovingly christened Brain Killer...  you get the picture...  we test ourselves in adversity against all foes, never backing down from a challenge, grabbing that fucker by the neck and guzzling it down until the world starts to spin and the taste of bile & acid builds up in the back of our dribbling pie-holes...  the day after the nuclear exchange we awaken to the white noise of wives and girlfriends bitching 'n' moaning that we've ruined "their day" but all we can think about is gurgling to doG on the big white phone and pondering a world coloured in naught but subtle tones of green and yellow. dotted with viscous bubbles and unrecognizable debris...  did I mention evolution?  Yea, its a random process and subject to numerous failed experiments, but if we survive these trying days, we are rewarded with a deep and revealing understanding of the multiverse and its varied wonders...  oh... bottle is empty...  need another....

    ...part 2 coming soon... or maybe not, who the fuck knows...

    Crimea is Russian, now and forever.  Banderites can go and fuck themselves with a broken bottle.  It'll be less painful than facing off against Free Ukrainians out Donbass way...

    Gazza over and out...

    edit:  oh, its Syria thread....   What I said before but insert Wahabbi bearded goat-fuckers in lieu of Banderite pig-fondlers....
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  Walther von Oldenburg on Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:46 pm

    An equivalent of an entire Soviet artillery division has now been deployed to East Damascus.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:26 pm

    Walther von Oldenburg wrote:An equivalent of an entire Soviet artillery division has now been deployed to East Damascus.

    Jason Jones
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    12h12 hours ago

    #SAA Tiger Forces T-90A, 2S3 Akastiya, M-1938 122mm howitzers and Msta-B 152mm howitzers on their way to East Ghouta. Via @IvanSidorenko1


    Oryx
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    Feb 17

    240mm M240 heavy mortar also spotted.
    Complete with its ammo by the look of it. Someone is in for a nast shock when those rounds hit.




    Oryx
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    Feb 17

    An Iranian Tondar communications vehicle seen as part of a Tiger Forces convoy, presumably heading to Eastern Ghouta.





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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:37 pm

    Not seen this before


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    #Russia/n media circulates the map (allegedly by #Syria'n army),saying #US deployed up to 20 strongholds on #SDF-controlled territory, some of which used to train not only #Kurds but former #ISIS to help fight #Assad, #Russia, #Iran & ensure control of oil fields


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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  Walther von Oldenburg on Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:04 pm

    OOB for Damascus Offensive:

    Tiger Forces Division;
    14th Special Forces Division;
    1st Armored Division;
    4th Mechanized Division;
    9th Armored Division;
    Republican Guard 104th Brigade;
    Republican Guard 105th Brigade;
    Republican Guard 106th Brigade.

    All SAA's best are there.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  PapaDragon on Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:14 pm


    And. Here. We. Go.

    Elite Syrian troops begin preliminary shelling on rebel-held East Ghouta towns - Muraselon

    https://muraselon.com/en/2018/02/breaking-elite-syrian-troops-begin-preliminary-shelling-rebel-held-east-ghouta-towns/

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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  par far on Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:58 pm

    “TIGER FORCES LED BY GENERAL SUHEIL AL-HASSAN PREPARE TO STORM MILITANT POSITIONS IN EASTERN GHOUTA (DAMASCUS).”

    The General has Russian Soldiers by his side.





    https://southfront.org/tiger-forces-led-by-general-suheil-al-hassan-prepare-to-storm-militant-positions-in-eastern-ghouta-damascus/

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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  franco on Sun Feb 18, 2018 5:41 pm

    par far wrote:“TIGER FORCES LED BY GENERAL SUHEIL AL-HASSAN PREPARE TO STORM MILITANT POSITIONS IN EASTERN GHOUTA (DAMASCUS).”

    The General has Russian Soldiers by his side.





    https://southfront.org/tiger-forces-led-by-general-suheil-al-hassan-prepare-to-storm-militant-positions-in-eastern-ghouta-damascus/


    Russian bodyguards as there is a lot of double-crossing in East Ghouta apparently.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  calm on Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:46 pm

    calm wrote:One of the biggest battles of Syrian war is about to start. Elite Tiger Force march on Damascus, next mission clear the Eastern Ghouta of illegal armed formation.
    https://muraselon.com/en/2018/02/exclusive-syrian-elite-forces-damascus-new-mission/


    The tiger's hurricane has started
    We will shake them and burn them and theres no escape from Nimr but death
    The decisive battle in ghouta has started we ask for your prayers


    https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/965279366488969218
    https://twitter.com/SyriaWar2/status/965279776465477632
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  PapaDragon on Sun Feb 18, 2018 7:06 pm

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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 8:13 pm

    Link to higher def version of the map Papa has put up

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DWU8Z9zW0A0k5yF.jpg


    Peto Lucem
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    Hundreds of rockets and artillery shells are raining  down on insurgent positions in E- #Ghouta. Air force is also participating, turning night into day. #Damascus #Syria


    Ivan Sidorenko
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    #Syria #EastGhouta #EasternGhouta Activist :
    The alarm sirens are filling the towns and cities of the eastern Ghouta now amidst heavy bombardment by the Syrian and Russian airforces, at the same time as heavy preliminary fire by hundreds of missiles and artillery raining down.


    Ivan Sidorenko
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    #Syria #Damascus #EastGhouta #EasternGhouta #Tiger_Forces #Tigers_Men Soldier part of the New Military Operations said 4 Hours Ago. "Nashabiyya under fire. Tiger forces have started operating" and posted a photo of a map showing Nashabiyya which looks to be the intended target

    vanessa beeley‏ @VanessaBeeley

    Syriana Analysis explains the battle for East Ghouta, shedding light on the history of the war in the area and the imminent battle that is coming in the upcoming days.


    https://twitter.com/VanessaBeeley/status/965137880912887808


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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 8:38 pm

    Huge amount of stuff being moved. Video of some of it at link. Boom times for the Syrian Volvo truck importer. Are the tank transporter trailers Russian?

    What is the 8 wheeler at 0.36?


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    #Syria. #Tiger_Forces #Tigers_Men
    Reinforcements are still being mobilized and moving towards #Damascus video from Today


    https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/965283773356101634
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  calm on Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:06 pm

    Loader for BM-30, also Tocka after him.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:09 pm

    Thanks Calm.

    Meanwhile an agreement on Afrin seems close



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    #BREAKING
    #Syrian army to be deployed to #Afrin and local authorities to be given to #Assad government



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    A follow up about the latest reports from #Afrin
    #SAA won’t enter the region suddenly
    First a ceasefire must be issued between #Turkey and #YPG
    Then the Russian Military Police will entire the area
    Then the SAA will deploy forces there, putting an end for the clashes there.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:41 pm

    A US take from a couple of days ago on the incident near Deir last week. Strangely no mention of the Coalition attack on the SAA in Dec 2016.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/view/articles/2018-02-16/russia-attacked-u-s-troops-in-syria
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:47 pm

    More on Afrin, if true then the Government is trying to drive a really tough bargain, understandably given the circumstances.

    Ivan doesn't like them!


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    #Syria #Afrin #Efrin #Efrine #EfrinKurdistane #عفرين ʿAfrīn - ʿIfrīn - Efrîn - Afrîn - #ܥܦܪܝܢ - The outrageous terms set by the Syrian Government / Syrian Arab Army during the Meeting with #Kurds #TwitterKurds #Kurd #YPG last night.


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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 9:48 pm

    Read somewhere that there are estimated to be roughly 180,000 civilians and 3000 terrorists in the area. The Red Crescent has been pumping in lots of food aid from Gulf countries, makes a change from guns and ammo, over the past couple of weeks.



    Ivan Sidorenko
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    #Syria Battle for the eastern Ghouta of Damascus is a battle of sectors. Participation in it has been divided to different military formations in the Syrian army.
    Preliminary fire began on 1 of these axes. But the zero hour did not begin yet for the cooperative work on the ground



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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  PapaDragon on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:07 pm

    JohninMK wrote:More on Afrin, if true then the Government is trying to drive a really tough bargain, understandably given the circumstances.

    Ivan doesn't like them!


    Ivan Sidorenko
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    #Syria #Afrin #Efrin #Efrine #EfrinKurdistane #عفرين ʿAfrīn - ʿIfrīn - Efrîn - Afrîn - #ܥܦܪܝܢ - The outrageous terms set by the Syrian Government / Syrian Arab Army during the Meeting with #Kurds #TwitterKurds #Kurd #YPG last night.


    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DWWE6y7WkAce9ig.jpg


    At this point in time I am surprised they offered them even this much, this is a bargain for Kurds, it can always get lot worse
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:25 pm


    Elijah J. Magnier
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    Elijah J. Magnier Retweeted Peto Lucem

    #Damascus offered an alternative for al-Ghouta militants to leave to #Idlib or #Daraa before the final assault. Still waiting for the final answer or the beginning of the attack #Damascus. #Russia is pushing the Syrian Government to clear Ghouta.
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:28 pm

    PapaDragon wrote:

    At this point in time I am surprised they offered them even this much, this is a bargain for Kurds, it can always get lot worse

    Bit more

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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:35 pm

    The US and SDF seem to have given up on this lot. More useful to keep them as 'pets' to be brought out to justify their continued presence in Syria. Nice.


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    ISIS still controls a fairly substantial region & number of villages which the United States is supposed to control North-East of the Euphrates


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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:36 pm



    Almost a month after Turkey’s launch of Operation Olive Branch in the northern Syrian district of Afrin, there is no clear outcome. Since the beginning of the campaign, Turkey’s post-Afrin objectives remained a matter of serious concern to other players — mainly Iran — whose reaction was to distance itself from supporting the Turkish assault while simultaneously refraining from supporting the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) in the area.

    To Iran, Turkey’s intervention will only complicate the already-complicated situation in Syria and weaken the Sochi peace process that already witnessed a major setback in the Jan. 28 meeting in Russia, when the majority of the Syrian opposition boycotted the conference.

    As such, a meeting between the presidents of Turkey, Russia and Iran is expected to take place in Istanbul to discuss the latest development, but a clear time frame for this meeting has yet to be set. The trilateral meeting will follow a similar meeting that took place in Sochi on Nov. 22, 2017, and laid the framework for cooperation between the three states on the Syrian crisis.

    According to an Iranian official who spoke on condition of anonymity, Tehran has advised Ankara to be aware of being dragged into a war of attrition in Afrin. The official told Al-Monitor, “The point of view from Iran is that the Kurdish fighters have their lines of support, and many parties might want to see Turkey stuck in a quagmire. Therefore, it’s better to try to contain this adventure or else who knows how much it will drain the Turkish army.”

    Tehran is convinced that the Kurdish fighters in Afrin aren’t acting on their own and are receiving generous assistance from various sides. Yet it’s also clear that any serious setback to Turkey in Afrin would mean a new status quo in the north of Syria, and thus also renewed hopes for the Kurds to revive their demand to rule over a coherent entity along the Turkish border. Besides, in the case of a Turkish failure, there will also be much anticipation of a stronger US footprint in Syria that will pose a threat to Iran and its allies’ presence in nearby Aleppo.

    The three pillars of the Astana process — namely Russia, Turkey and Iran — are each on a different side in the battle for Afrin, despite some intersections between these actors. This might be a factor that could cause cracks in the framework of the joint path that emerged between the trio in the past few months as a serious attempt to reach a peaceful solution for the ongoing conflict in Syria. While Turkey is on the offensive, Russia is trying to preserve its ties with Ankara while maintaining strong relations with the Kurds.

    One military source near Afrin told Al-Monitor on condition of anonymity, “The Russians are mastering the game of contradictions; while not showing opposition to the Turkish side, they didn’t desert the Kurds [and leave them] alone in this battle.” The source added, “The Russians are transporting Kurdish fighters from Hasakah and Qamishli to Afrin. Besides, it would be interesting to know how the Kurds got their anti-tank missiles.”

    The Iranians had been trying to broker a deal between the Kurds and the Syrian army to secure the latter’s deployment in the area alongside Kurdish fighters and some groups that are allied with Iran. The Iranian effort is aimed at exiting fighting with the best results possible; preserving its position as a friend to both the Syrian Kurds and Turkey; and, at the same time, barricading the path for other parties who might want to invest in the fighting in Afrin to enhance their position in the Syrian crisis — namely, the United States.

    The military source near Afrin told Al-Monitor that alongside the Kurdish fighters defending the city were some Arab Syrian fighters who are known to be affiliated with Iran. The source explained that those militants were responsible for making sure that the Turkish troops don’t cross toward other areas and therefore were armed with anti-tank projectiles to prevent any such incursions. There are serious concerns on both the Syrian and Iranian sides that Turkey might aim to mix the cards once again in northern Syria and take the whole situation back to square one.

    Separately, a Turkish military convoy reached the hill of al-Eis to the southwest of the city of Aleppo on Feb. 5, but only after being attacked by militants on two occasions. According to an official Turkish statement, two soldiers were killed when militants launched a rocket and mortar attack on the troops. However, the statement did not specify who the militants were. The Turkish entry into the area was aimed at setting up a new observation point as part of the Astana agreement with Iran and Russia on the creation of de-escalation zones. Under the tripartite deal — aimed at reducing violence — Turkey reportedly agreed to set up a dozen observation posts in Idlib and neighboring provinces.

    Yet, despite the agreement, such observation posts might have a negative impact on the Syrian government forces' advance toward Idlib. It is therefore not clear how both Iran and Russia are going to deal with the situation, and whether the de-escalation zones are going to survive the apparent conflict of interests. Once again, this gives a clear indication of the level of mistrust in the field among the big players in the Syrian conflict — and the impact of such mistrust on the bigger picture in the war-torn country.

    https://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2018/02/iran-reaction-sochi-turkey-afrin-russia-mistrust-kurds.html#ixzz57SZhhOdN
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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  calm on Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:51 pm

    calm wrote:
    calm wrote:One of the biggest battles of Syrian war is about to start. Elite Tiger Force march on Damascus, next mission clear the Eastern Ghouta of illegal armed formation.
    https://muraselon.com/en/2018/02/exclusive-syrian-elite-forces-damascus-new-mission/


    The tiger's hurricane has started
    We will shake them and burn them and theres no escape from Nimr but death
    The decisive battle in ghouta has started we ask for your prayers


    https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/965279366488969218
    https://twitter.com/SyriaWar2/status/965279776465477632

    Troops massing in Damascus
    Helmets, that is new



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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  Vann7 on Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:18 pm

    Israel Believes Destroyed Up to 50% of Syrian Air Defenses in Strike - Source


    https://sputniknews.com/middleeast/201802161061723117-israel-syria-strikes-destruction-air-forces/

    anyone still have doubts of Israeli propaganda? Laughing

    israel in just one day.. did what they could not do in 7 years of the war... amazing.. Laughing

    Bombing a dozen of locations in Syria last week ,with a couple of dozen of missiles with 5 planes
    was enough to take down the hundreds of air defenses sites that Syria have in Syria.  Laughing


    Apparently Syria army grouped together all their airdefenses in same place. for Israeli
    to bomb them.. and the mobile airdefenses their drivers ,were drunk with RUssian
    VOdka that day and forgot to constantly move their mobile air defenses.. and this all
    amazing performance happened from long range distance ,that pilots did not knew
    what really the missiles hit or if they miss the intended target.

    Syrian military in the other hand openly said ..most of the missile attacks that Israel launched
    were Intercepted.. about 80% of them.. from ~20 to 30 missiles..(forgot the exact number) and that the ones that managed to fly ,most did not hit the intended targets , and only caused minor damages to one base and
    injury to one soldier and another of a civilian from a missile that hit a residential area..

    it just remember me the story of NATO performance in Serbia.. they claimed
    they destroyed ~95% of Serbian air defenses.. but later turned to be completely the
    opposite.. barely scratched the paint.. and instead they were bombing same targets
    over and over and over... again because of Decoys Serbians deployed to Confuse NATO
    anti-radiation missiles.. By strategically placing out of service scrap yard tanks and trash cans in
    places all over Serbia to confuse NATO missiles.. and that was tactics developed several decades
    ago...  Wink


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    Re: Syrian War: News #17

    Post  BKP on Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:27 pm

    JohninMK wrote:
    vanessa beeley‏ @VanessaBeeley

    Syriana Analysis explains the battle for East Ghouta, shedding light on the history of the war in the area and the imminent battle that is coming in the upcoming days.[/i]

    https://twitter.com/VanessaBeeley/status/965137880912887808

    That was a good, short overview of the past and developing situation in Ghouta.

    Watching that video led me to finding this interview from about a year ago by 21st Cent. Wire with alleged western ex-sf soldier "Patrice." So, as it's told, Patrice was in Aleppo in 2011 to pursue a business opportunity when the Syrian festivities kicked off in earnest. He attempted two dashes for the Turkish border and was nearly killed each time. So he ended up stuck and under siege back in Aleppo. He had no choice but join and fight with local, loyalist forces against the rogues gallery we're all familiar with, al-Nusra, al-Zinki, etc.

    His account is very detailed, enough so to enhance credibility, imo. He comes across as an emotionally controlled person, but there is still a gravitas in his retelling, particularly in what he says at the end. This also lends credibility to the story. But, idk, this is a year old, perhaps it has since been discredited. Frankly I hope not because I found his observations and the perspective he formed from this experience to be very interesting.

    Anyhow, if you were to listen at least a bit of it, could you try to place his accent? I really can't. It sounds like it could be a combination of things.

    https://soundcloud.com/21wire/interview-patrice-on-aleppos-front-line

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