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Assad Wins Again

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c9f703 No.610[Reply]

Welcome to /sg/ - Syria General


1. Global Rules (no illegal content).

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3. Stick to topic. Content must be related to Syria or the region. Brief world news updates in general threads is welcome but try to keep the catalog (mostly) about Syria.

4. Do not derail threads that are topical or flood the catalog with shitposting threads.

5. Do not promote Zionism. In order to avoid breaking this rule, you will need to use common sense. If you take into consideration what this board is about you'll be fine.

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ed45c7 No.609[Reply]

Use this thread to discuss board related issues. Comments, complaints, suggestions etc.

To all lurkers: Please post in this thread at least once or each time you visit the board. See >>1007

The ownership of the board has changed in early March 2018. Just like the previous BO, I claimed /sg/ to protect it from any potential hostile takeover. Two months ago, I said my goal was to improve things and make it more enjoyable/comfy to use the board. Considering it was basically dead at the time, I think this goal has been achieved (from nearly 0 to 40+ banners, multiple active threads with up-to-date content and major events coverage). Obviously, there's room for improvement when it comes to board activity (traffic), but that's a challenge for every board on 8ch.

I am opening applications for volunteers. Mail me at syriageneral@8chan.co if you are interested. It's best to use a free mail address from https://cock.li/ for such things. Write a few words about why you are trustworthy. Tell me if you already have some experience with managing 8chan boards. Living in a specific time zone and having previous experience as a mod/vol is not required. I would like to keep what little activity the board has so if you're trigger-happy with bans, don't bother sending an application. Lastly, anons who haven't contributed to the board will not be considered.

List of recommended boards

8chan's largest library - >>>/pdfs/

Information gathering (resources)

Here's a few non-exhaustive lists that I will update on a regular basis. If there's enough interest for more complete lists, I'll add more in the first two replies of this thread. If you notice that some well-known websites are missing, please understand that /sg/ has a strict anti-Zionism policy. For example, if a source promotes the White Helmets, it simply won't be added to the lists or accepted as a valid soPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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58916a No.1794

>I am opening applications for volunteers.

In case anyone is wondering, you have until the end of the month to apply. If you think you can help and contribute to /sg/, don't hesitate and send an e-mail. If you have almost no posting history, you'll have to provide more details and explain why you should be trusted.

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5c2f97 No.1446[Reply]

First Yemen General thread. Should make it a lot easier to keep track of all the latest developments. See quick recap at the bottom.

Important: This will only work if anons interested about Yemen actively contribute to this thread.

Latest major developments as of 2018-06-14

(see first & second replies for links)

Sanaa / Across Yemen

>June 13, 2018, The Saudi-led coalition and forces loyal to the former president Hadi have launched an assault on Yemen’s main port city of Hodeidah, one of the remaining humanitarian lifelines in the war-torn country, local news outlets report. The operation to retake the vital port city from the Houthis was launched after the rebels rejected an ultimatum and refused to surrender the city.

>May 7, 2018, The Saudi-led coalition attacked the Presidential office in the Yemeni capital Sanaa. The complexes of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Ministry of Defense, as well as the headquarters of the leaders of the Supreme Political Council were bombed. Saba News reports the strikes killed six civilians and injured 90 others.

>May 3, 2018, Three UAE warplanes and a ship loaded with heavy weapons and tanks arrived to the island of Socotra from the United Arab Emirates. The source said that these forces arrived unexpectedly, without informing the Yemeni side. >>1453

>April 19, 2018, The leader of the Houthi Supreme Political Council Saleh al-Samad was killed in a Saudi-led coalition airstrike in the eastern province of Hodeidah.


>April 22, 2018, Saudi-led airstrikes hit a house in Bani Qais where a wedding ceremony was being held. Latest reports indicate 30 people were killed and 55 injured (30 children among the casualties).

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen since March 2015 to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so fPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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09c5a7 No.1830

File: f4cebf865bee83d⋯.png (813.41 KB, 685x722, 685:722, ClipboardImage.png)

Houthis counterattack, reverse some of recent Saudi gains and create pocket.

5c2f97 No.1841

>Saudis/PMCs suffered heavy casualties in the last 48 hours. Multiple vehicles destroyed.

>Houthi managed to cut off the UAE-backed forces supply lines in Hodeida province. They reached the costal area in Al-Faza.

5c2f97 No.1844

>The Saudi-led coalition and forces loyal to the former president Hadi have launched an assault on Yemen’s main port city of Hodeidah, one of the remaining humanitarian lifelines in the war-torn country, local news outlets report. The operation to retake the vital port city from the Houthis was launched on Wednesday morning, after the rebels rejected an ultimatum and refused to surrender the city by the end of Tuesday, a deadline set by the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Al Arabiya reports.

>Large-scale ground operations, supported by the air and naval forces of the Saudi-led coalition, began to move in on the city from numerous directions, a military source told the publication. The government of exiled president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, partially based in Aden, issued a statement, claiming that the military operation was the last-ditch effort to “restore legitimacy to the entire national territory after exhausting all peaceful and political means to remove the Houthi militia from the port of Hodeidah.”

1836c3 No.1850

File: 6dde4faf9cb9699⋯.mp4 (688.34 KB, 352x180, 88:45, 2018-06-13 - Houthis & Yem….mp4)

>The United Arab Emirates (UAE) asked the United States and France to provide the Saudi-led offensive on a Yemeni port with military assistance, media reported. According to a senior UAE official, France has agreed to provide minesweepers ships. The official stated the ships were needed to clear mines, planted by the Yemeni revolutionary forces, from al Hodeidah, a lifeline port that has been used to bring in vital supplies to the starving population of partially blockaded Yemen.

>2018-06-14 - The Naval Force of the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees targeted Wednesday morning a naval battleship of the US-Saudi Aggression in the West Coast, during an attempt to advance towards Hodeidah coast. A source in the Naval Forces said that two missiles targeted the hostile battleship off the coast of Hodeidah. Smoke rose from the targeted battleship after being hit directly, which prompted other battleships to retreat away. The source confirmed that the missiles accurately hit the hostile battleship. There are ongoing attempts to save the forces aboard the vessel by warships and helicopters. The source pointed out that the targeted battleship was loaded with forces and military equipment planned a landing operation on the coast of Hodeidah. The warships tried to withdraw the dead and wounded from the targeted battleship, and helicopters also tried rescuing who was still on board. Since the beginning of the US-Saudi aggression, the Naval Forces have targeted more than 12 warships and naval units, including a frigate of the Saudi navy and the military Swift ship belonging to the invading UAE forces.

Edit: I won't delete the video but after checking older files, it looks very similar to another video from June 2017. I can't say for sure but it's probably old footage.

>Naval Forces Confirms Its High Readiness and Warns Any Ship Threatening Yemeni Coast

>The Yemeni Navy and Coast Defense Command has confirmed its high readiness to strike any ship threatening the Yemeni coast. The Navy and Coast Defense Command said in a statement that it was able to target hostile battleship off Hodeidah coast, which was heading on Wednesday towards the coast of Glefqa south of Hodeidah. The statement stressed tPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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09c5a7 No.1852


striking navy = lots of dead enemies and massive amount of $ down the drain. Let's hope the thing sinks

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eb32bd No.631[Reply]

Post all your images, photos and OC here.

Drawfags welcome. If you want to submit banners, you can use this thread or the stickied meta thread. High-quality battleground/war photos would be very appreciated as well.

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300d77 No.1810

File: a0e6a1527202afa⋯.jpg (75.18 KB, 960x640, 3:2, 2018-06-06_-_US_shows_off_….jpg)

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>Zogbots update:

>2018-06-06 - ZOG military showing off at the air base north of Sarrin, Raqqa (South of Kobani, Aleppo)

Latitude, longitude:

36.6488644, 38.2961941

Degree decimal:

36.6488644N 38.2961941E

Degree, minutes, seconds:

36°38′55.9″N 38°17′46.3″E

300d77 No.1820


Additional info for the above: It could also be a brand new air base just south of the location I mentioned.

300d77 No.1834

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>2018-06-10 - SAA / PLA, SSNP & NDF advance deep into Al-Qara’ area during sweeping operation of desert area in As-Suwayda governorate.

SAA soldiers do wear helmets (sometimes).

300d77 No.1845

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File: 0ece63bf6108268⋯.jpg (66.1 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 2018-06 - SADF Pantsir-S1 ….jpg)

>2018-06-?? - Photos recently taken showing Syrian Air Defense Force (SyADF) Pantsir-S1 units.

a5d41e No.1851

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>2018-06-15 - Syrian President Bashar al-Assad performed on Friday the prayers of Eid al-Fitr at Khadija Mosque in Tartous.

>Minister of Awqaf (Religious Endowments) Mohammad Abdul-Sattar al-Sayyed, Syria’s Grand Mufti Ahmad Bader Eddin Hassoun, Tartous Governor, Secretary of Tartous Branch of the Baath Arab Socialist Party, a number of the People’s Assembly members, a number of Islamic scholars and a crowd of citizens also performed the prayers along with President al-Assad. The Eid sermon was delivered by Minister al-Sayyed who led the prayers. He talked about the sublime meanings of Eid al-Fitr which fill the souls and hearts with tranquility and peace.

>Al-Sayyed said that this year the Eid coincides with achieving victory over the hatched sinister schemes due to the Syrians’ strong will and determination in addition to the sacrifices of the martyrs that yielded a decisive victory. Addressing President al-Assad, al-Sayyed said, “You were an example of steadfastness when a hundred states had gathered against Syria and fought its people and an example of faith and good vision in the midst of the worst storms against the country “. He added that there is no doubt that history will write that Zionists and their agents of some Arabs and strangers wanted to destroy Syria but the great leader Bashar al-Assad has foiled all their schemes and defeated them.

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74c3f6 No.1633[Reply]

Latest major developments as of 2018-06-02

(see Meta & Resources thread for links - >>609)

Damascus / Across Syria

>The next major Syrian Arab Army (SAA) operation will take place in southern Syria. Many sources report this will be the biggest deployment of Syrian/allies forces in years. The main objective will be the full liberation of Daraa city. Tigers forces will once again have a central role in this operation and be tasked with fighting in urban areas.

>June 02, 2018, A large number of Iranian-backed forces and SAA personnel have arrived in the western countryside of the Deir ez-Zor for a major operation to clear the Badiya Al-Sham region in the vast Syrian Desert. The Iranian-backed forces and SAA troops were deployed from all over Syria to help with the upcoming operation to clear the desert area. Due to repeated attacks by ISIS in the region recently, the Syrian military has made the decision to tackle this issue before the terrorist group breaks out of this large pocket.

>May 21, 2018, The SAA officially declared full control of South Damascus. For the first time since 2011, the capital city and and its entire countryside is now considered safe.

>May 16, 2018, The SAA announced the liberation of 1200 square kilometers and 65 villages in southern Hama and northern Homs (full control).

>May 10, 2018, 28 Israeli Air Force F-16 aircraft fired 60+ air-to-surface missiles at SAA/SyADF positions in southern Syria and Damascus. Syrian air-defense systems were hit. The Syrian military responded with their own salvos of rockets, and intercepted many missiles. According to the Russian MoD, Israel also launched roughly 10 surface-to-surface missiles. >>1555

>April 29, 2018, The Israeli Air Force attacked military positions in the provinces of Hama & Aleppo. One of the sites was a munition depot belonging to the SAA 47th Brigade. According to reports, local hospitals received multiples victims. There has been no confirmation oPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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239e6c No.1842

File: a2efc8fa478ea09⋯.jpg (44.82 KB, 600x400, 3:2, Hamas leader Ismali Haniya….jpg)

>2018-06-11 - Hamas political bureau chief, Ismali Haniyah interviewed by Sputnik Arabic

(At the moment, the full interview seems to only be available on the Arabic version of Sputnik's website. Haniyah is on the left of pic related.)




First, here's some important information about Hamas and Syria.

>December 2011, Ismali Haniyah told terrorists (so-called Syrian opposition) that “his heart is with them and that Hamas stand with them”.

>February 2012, Ismali Haniyah annouced his endorsement of the "revolt" saying “I salute all nations of the Arab Spring and I salute the heroic people of Syria who are striving for (((freedom, democracy and reform))).”

>In April 2015, President Bashar Al-Assad said the Syrian government no longer had any relationship with Hamas and will never trust the movement again. "There is no relation at all on the formal level or on the popular level. I don't think the Syrian people will trust them anymore." Assad told Swedish newspaper Expressen.

The top leadership of Hamas is in Qatar. They provided support for the FSA, Jaysh al-Islam and other groups. Most notably, they provided assistance for the cPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

d8730f No.1843


>backpedalling at the speed of light

Faggot realised he bet on the wrong horse.

239e6c No.1846


>Assad: Hezbollah not leaving Syria yet, war against terrorism to continue

>UN General Assembly condemns Israel for ‘excessive use of force’ on Gaza border

74c3f6 No.1848

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File: 440001451a9fa5e⋯.jpg (78.04 KB, 855x495, 19:11, 2018-06-13_-_Assad_Intervi….jpg)

>2018-06-13 - Assad interviewed by al-Alam News (Iran)





It's a 40 minutes long interview that covers many topics. Farsnews posted a translated version. Is it perfectly translated? Probably not but I still recommend you read the whole thing if you got time.

>President Assad: Damascus to Agree with Iranian Military Bases in Syria If Asked by Tehran. "There’s nothing to prevent establishment of such bases as long as Iran is an ally as is Russia," President Assad said in an interview with the Arabic-language al-Alam news channel on Wednesday. Asked if he would agree to the establishment of such bases, he said even his country might raise such a demand from Tehran. "We could ask for the existence of such forces to support us. Iran has never asked and does not have an interest except in fighting terrorism. But the evolution of the war made it necessary to develop the nature of this presence."

>"This happened as far as the Russians are concerned. In the beginning, Russian support, like Iranian support, was different from what it is today. The support for terrorism has developed internationally and globally when the Syrian Army confronted those terrorists, and with that Russian and Iranian military presence developed. At a certain stage, we found – with the Russians of course – that the existence of air bases was necessary to provide air support to the Syrian Army. And now, if we find, in cooperation, coordination, or dialogue with the Iranians, that there is a need for Iranian military bases, we will not hesitate. But now, Iranian support in its present form is good and effective," he added.

74c3f6 No.1849

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Preparing for 2nd Stage of Operations in Sweida



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5c18a8 No.709[Reply]

Post everything you have about the White Helmets (WH) in this thread. The media is using them less often in their propaganda but they still get invited to the State Department, receive awards nominations and so on. Be sure to also check Eva Bartlett and Vanessa Beeley. If you get any new info they'll definitely review & relay it.



Note: This doesn't mean I endorse or support the views of Eva or Vanessa. This is strictly about the WH.

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91ee20 No.1474

>"Fantastic news came today - the US Department of State has frozen funding for the White Helmets non-governmental organization active in Syria," she said. "What's wrong? Didn’t they like the last film? Maybe, there are some other reasons?" Zakharova added. "In fact, we would like to know exactly how much money the White Helmets had received from the US government and governments of other countries, including the three states [the US, Great Britain and France] that carried out air strikes on Syria [on April 14]," the Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman said, adding that this issue was of particular importance as it could help understand "how this mechanism for producing false information operates."

>Besides, in Zakharova’s words, "we do not know what the reason behind the funding freeze is, and whether the decision is final or if it’s funding would be resumed." "This is a matter worth looking into, particularly by journalists, and I believe it is crucial," the diplomat concluded.

The state dept. androids just can't compete.

91ee20 No.1502

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>Debunking the White Helmet Myth in Syria



>The US State Department is telling us now what we already knew from day one of the US-led war and propaganda campaign against Syria that Washington is the largest funder of the White Helmets group in Syria.

>1- White Helmets are receiving direct funding and logistical support from the United States, Saudi Arabia and Israel. Even when it is not “direct,” the funding is funneled through contractors and other third parties, i.e., Daesh and Qaeda-allied opposition forces in Syria. Nonetheless, the White Helmets get one-third of their funding from the US, and according to the State Department, this is being frozen as part of a general Trump administration freeze on so-called Syrian “recovery efforts.” But the group is not worried at all, as Doha rushed to declare that Qatar and Turkey would replace the US to continue the funding.

>2- It would be an insult to public understanding if media outlets in the West still suggest that the White Helmets are an unarmed, neutral organization or primarily a search and rescue group in certain rebel-held parts of Syria. The claims of not being funded by Western governments are an attempt to maintain the illusion of neutrality. This is important because the White Helmets are often used as a primary source for baseless Western claims of Syrian war crimes, such as chemical attacks on rebel-held areas.

>3- While White Helmets leadership is downplaying the frozen funding, this may not impact US influence over the group in advancing such narratives. This is because the Qaeda-linked group is also being bankrolled by Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Turkey which means even if the White Helmets quickly fall out of their good graces when the money dries up from Washington, the United States' regional allies will be around to ensure their cameras continue to stage photo ops in false-flag operationPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

91ee20 No.1503


>5- The White Helmets, led by Raed al-Saleh, is also funded by Mayday Rescue, an organization founded by James Le Mesurier, a former intelligence officer with the British military. According to the website for his Mayday Rescue organization, funding for the program comes largely from the UK, Denmark, the Netherlands, Japan, and Germany. These countries should also weigh the credibility of statements made by civilians in terror-held territories and in the presence of terrorists, considering they may have been made under duress.

>6- The White Helmets only exist as gophers who stage photo ops with “crisis actors” and “chemical attack victims” or stolen bodies; where do these bodies come from? Are they victims of air strikes as we are told by these US-Israeli-Saudi-NATO-Qatari-Turkish funded “activists” and “first responders” or are they taken from among the thousands of “disappeared” that have been kidnaped by Nusra Front and other terrorist gangs in Syria?

>7- Despite their positive recognition in the West, there is also a counter-narrative pushed by a vocal network of individuals who write for alternative news sites countering the American-Saudi-Israeli-Qatari-Turkish agenda. Their views align with the positions of Iran, Syria and Russia. The way the US-led propaganda machine has targeted the Syrian government for alleged chemical attacks is a neat case study in the prevailing information war. It exposes just how rumors, conspiracy theories and half-truths bubble to the top of Western news hours to tarnish the image of a government that has been doing everything it can to save a war-torn nation from foreign-backed terrorist groups and Takfiri-Wahhabi extremists.

>But now Washington has decided to stop funding this fake humanitarian group for now as one of the first moves made by the Trump administration to cut the spending in Syria and force allies to pay for the costs. In the meantime, the US has already made use of the group in false-flag operations in the war-torn country and now that Russia has proved at the Organization on the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that the allegations made by the sPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

9e57ca No.1617

File: ad620e78c76961b⋯.png (41.47 KB, 1066x142, 533:71, Wiki1.png)

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21695f No.1847

File: af6709d0c9eee1c⋯.png (532.96 KB, 844x1340, 211:335, 2018-06-14_-_US_to_shell_o….png)



>US to shell out $6.6mn for White Helmets ‘vital operations’ weeks after promising funding freeze



>The United States will resume funding for the controversial, militant-linked White Helmets, a month after the group had its financial support frozen. The State Department also lauded the group for saving “100,000 lives” in Syria. President Donald Trump has authorized the US State Department, in conjunction with the United States Agency for International Development, to release $6.6 million for the “vital, life-saving operations” of the so-called Syrian Civil Defense group, known colloquially as the White Helmets, and for the UN’s International, Impartial and Independent Mechanism (IIIM), a UN agency that is investigating war crimes committed during the conflict.

>A statement released by State Department spokesperson Heather Nauert claimed that the White Helmets had saved more than 100,000 lives since the conflict in Syria began. The generous praise may even surprise the White Helmets – by their own estimates, they’ve only rescued some 70,000 people. “Despicable. More money to the propagandists of the White Helmets, who so many Aleppo and Ghouta civilians say worked with or were terrorists of al-Qaeda, Jaysh al-Islam,” Eva Bartlett, an independent journalist who has made multiple trips to Syria, tweeted in response to the news. The controversial group – which operates exclusively in militant-held areas of Syria, and whose members have been photographed and filmed fraternizing with jihadists – reportedly had its US government funding cut off in March. A CBS report claimed last month that $200 million used to fund the group, as well as other programs in Syria, were “under active review” and that the White Helmets hadn’t received US payments in weeks.

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7dee19 No.613[Reply]

Post all your videos here.

To make this extra /comfy/ for everyone here's some basic guidelines.

1. Name your videos properly. If it's war footage put the date, location and name of army/unit.

2. Try to avoid posting low quality videos (example: low resolution twitter videos).

3. Try to avoid posting Jew/HookTube embeds as much as possible.

4. Try to add a brief summary/description.

5. Get /comfy/

Important note: Headphones users, reduce your audio volume before watching videos (especially if you see the word "missile" in the description).

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d537f9 No.1673

File: e83eeb75f516734⋯.mp4 (15.82 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-05-13_-_Golan-1000_IR….mp4)

>SAA LBD - Last Bakery Destroyer prototype

>Actual name: Syrian-made Golan-1000 IRAM MLRS based on T-72 chassis

>The Syrian military recently produced a new missile launcher that has enhanced their striking capabilities against enemy forces. The missile launcher is called the Golan-1000 IRAM and it is currently used by the Syrian Arab Army’s 4th Division across the country. As shown in the video below, the Syrian Army’s 4th Division can be seen using the Golan-1000 IRAM against the Islamic State (ISIS) forces inside the southern part of Damascus. The Golan-1000 can launch three 500mm missiles at once, which is a big boost for their armed forces.

(Translated from Russian)

>RusVesna.su 2018-05-13 - One of the units of the 4th Panzer division of the Syrian Arab army, which some media called "tank special forces", recently received a multiple rocket launcher Golan-1000. Some leading Russian publications mistakenly wrote that it is allegedly an analogue of the Russian CBT-1A "Solntsepek", in fact, this combat vehicle has nothing to do with a heavy flame-thrower system, except a tank base. Presented in our video rocket launcher has the name "Golan-1000", it was created on the basis of the t-72 tank. Caliber used missiles — 500 mm, their weight is about 500 kg., the System shoots thermobaric, and missiles with conventional explosives.

>"The heavy rocket launcher on the tank chassis has become a natural development of the line of improvised jet systems "Golan-1000", which in small quantities are produced by repair shops of the 4th tank division of the Syrian army. Among them were already relatively small systems "Golan-65" and "Golan-250" on the chassis of pick-UPS, as well as heavier "Golan-300" and "Golan — 400" on the basis of trucks"-previously reasoned military expert Yuri Lyamin, commenting on the network photos "Golan-1000". He also noted that the range of these systems of volley fire is quite small and is only up to two or three kilometers. "360 mm "Golan-300" maximum range generally is only 1.5 kilometers. However, the powerful combat part of such improvised missiles makes them a formidable weapon in urban battles, leavingPost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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d537f9 No.1717

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>2018-05-21 - US anti-tank missiles found at former Al-Nusra facility in Syria – Russian MoD



>US-made TOW anti-tank missiles, along with other weapons, have been found in facilities once controlled by Al-Nusra militants in Syria’s Homs province, the Russian Defense Ministry said. The trove was located in a former observation point of the Al-Nusra Front terrorist group in the liberated Zaafaran settlement in Homs province, the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria said on Monday. “[We] can see here a large number of gas masks, weapons produced abroad, for example, TOW-2 anti-tank guided missiles. The facilities are very well-equipped,” Andrey Nekipelov, an official at the center, stated.

d537f9 No.1801

File: 99fb9c5070b1fd2⋯.mp4 (1.18 MB, 178x320, 89:160, 2018-06-03 - Footage alleg….mp4)

>2018-06-03 - Footage allegedly showing US military vehicles patrolling Sinjar / Shingal region in Iraq.

d537f9 No.1811

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>2018-06-06 - Homs-Hama highway reopens to public for first time in 7 years

>Cars, motorbikes and buses were seen driving along the Homs-Hama highway (M-5 Highway) on Wednesday, after the Syrian government re-opened the road to the public for the first time in more than seven years. The highway, which has been used for providing humanitarian aid to the city of Al-Rastan, was re-opened to the public after extensive reconstruction was completed.

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eee3de No.1218[Reply]

Breaking: Shots fired around Saudi King's Palace in Riyadh

>Heavy Gunfire Ongoing Around Saudi King's Palace



>Heavy gunfire is ongoing near the Saudi King's palace in Riyadh Saudi Arabia, while King Salman has been taken to a bunker at an airbase in the city.



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8fba57 No.1288

So is it over already?

What happened exactly?

01e5e9 No.1310


>What happened exactly?

No one really knows, we can speculate but that's about it, the Saudis are really good at clamping down on information leaks

c1bca1 No.1686

>Arab Intel Says Saudi Crown Prince Likely Killed (or severely injured)

>According to the Persian-language newspaper, Keyhan, a secret service report sent to the senior officials of an unnamed Arab state disclosed that bin Salman has been hit by two bullets during the April 21 attack on his palace. Bin Salman often appeared before the media but his 27-day absence since the gunfire in Riyadh has raised questions about his health.

c1bca1 No.1689

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Some say MBS is just having fun with his latest toy (new yacht).

>Photo shows (from left to right) King Hamad of Bahrain, Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman, President Sisi of Egypt & Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed VP of Abu Dhabi following a meeting hosted by Pres Sisi a few days ago.

>"A few days ago".

Sounds pretty vague to me.

c1bca1 No.1778

>Gunmen storm Saudi Arabian National Guard headquarters in Al-Ta'if. First footage from civilians around the area as military begin response. Two assailants stabbed to death a traffic policeman in the western Saudi city of Taif and then exchanged gunfire with security forces at a nearby National Guard facility - local media is reporting

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cc8437 No.1273[Reply]

It's no secret that the Zionist elements in the Trump administration have seemingly dominated every other interest group since Trump's election. Most of those responsible for helping Trump win the election were zionists of some kind, but even men like Bannon and Tillerson were too "native" to be fully aligned with the interests of the Zionist Entity.

Some interesting tidbits about Tillerson and his lack of control over U.S. handling of foreign policy:


>The day I met with him, they were still reeling from an announcement Haley had made about plans to withhold U.S. funding for U.N.R.W.A., the U.N. agency for Palestinian refugees. Tillerson hadn’t been consulted. In a series of tense e-mails, Haley’s press office told Tillerson staffers that it had checked with the White House instead.

>When I mentioned the White House’s role in escalating rumors of his demise, Tillerson appeared to have been waiting for the question.

>“I know who it is. I know who it is. And they know I know.”

>According to multiple individuals who had heard Tillerson speak of the matter behind closed doors, this was a reference to Trump’s son-in-law and adviser, Jared Kushner.

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4422d6 No.1609


Remember - the whole "we need to stop Iran!" thing didn't start until about 2007. The US was still very much unable to pacify Iraq or Afghanistan at this point. ZOG's war machine was already stretched to the limit.

ef69d7 No.1616


What you say is true, but one shouldn't forget that with chaos comes opportunity that not only US can leverage. Russia has shown itself to once more be a global superpower rather than just a has-been, as people thought of it just a few years ago, and Iran became a major regional player. US shows that it is not invincible; that despite the billions in military, one can defend itself from it and deny its interests.

4422d6 No.1721

Here's an article criticizing American leftists for:

1. Supporting regime change in Syria

2. Ignoring Israel's alliance with the USA

"In reality, a much more pertinent “framing” of Western intervention, taboo in the mainstream and even in Moscow, is that Western support for armed rebels in Syria was being carried out to help Israel destroy its regional enemies. The Middle East nations attacked by the West – Iraq, Libya and Syria – all just happen to be, or have been, the last strongholds of secular Arab nationalism and support for Palestinian rights. There are a few alternative hypotheses to Western motives – oil pipelines, imperialist atavism, desire to arouse Islamist extremism to weaken Russia (the Brzezinski gambit) – but none are as coherent as the organic alliance between Israel and the United States, and its NATO sidekicks."

"It is remarkable that McKenna’s long article (some 12 thousand words) about the war in Syria mentions Israel only once (aside from a footnote citing Israeli national news as a source). And this mention actually equates Israelis and Palestinians as co-victims of Assad propaganda: the Syrian government “used the mass media to slander the protestors, to present the revolution as the chaos orchestrated by subversive international interests (the Israelis and the Palestinians were both implicated in the role of foreign infiltrators).”

No other mention of Israel, which occupies Syrian territory (the Golan Heights) and bombs Syria whenever it wants to."

"Only one, innocuous mention of Israel. But this article by a Trotskyist mentions Stalin, Stalinists, Stalinism no less than twenty-two times."


Original link: https://riseuptimes.org/2018/05/10/trotskyist-delusions-obsessed-with-stalin-they-see-betrayed-revolutions-everywhere-by-diana-johnstone/

4422d6 No.1722

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In 2003, in the run up to Bush's invasion of Iraq - there was quite a bit of anti-war sentiment on the left. Over the years it seems to have dried up. Today - there are leftwing organizations which even support regime change supported by the US govt because such regimes are "brutal dictatorships."

I'm not sure what happened, but I imagine the anti-war left was infiltrated and neutralized by ZOG. Kind of frightening, really, since the far-left scene was bad in its own way, but they didn't take shit from the Zionists…

ef69d7 No.1726


You act as though leftists care about war or anti-war. They just take either position depending on whether it's beneficial for them. Plus they love "exporting democracy" as they know that democracy is one of the surest ways to poison the country with leftism

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fc0932 No.50[Reply]

Latest major developments as of 2018-05-12

(see Meta & Resources thread for links - >>609)

Damascus / Across Syria

>The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) 4th division is currently leading a military operation to secure South Damascus in the ISIS-held Yarmouk Camp, Al-Hajar al-Aswad & Qadam.

>May 10, 2018, 28 Israeli Air Force F-16 aircraft fired 60+ air-to-surface missiles at SAA/SyADF positions in southern Syria and Damascus. Syrian air-defense systems were hit. The Syrian military responded with their own salvos of rockets, and intercepted many missiles. According to the Russian MoD, Israel also launched roughly 10 surface-to-surface missiles. >>1555 (Updated)

>April 29, 2018, The Israeli Air Force attacked military positions in the provinces of Hama & Aleppo. One of the sites was a munition depot belonging to the SAA 47th Brigade. According to reports, local hospitals received multiples victims. There has been no confirmation on the number of injuries/fatalities.

>April 25, 2018, The SAA officially declared full control of Eastern Qalamoun.

>April 15, 2018, The SAA officially declared full control of Eastern Ghouta.

>May 4, 2018, The OPCW fact-finding mission completed its work and returned to The Hague. The analysis of the samples may take at least three to four weeks. During their mission, the inspection team visited two different sites in Douma.

>April 26, 2018, Russia and Syria held a news briefing at the OPCW where they had brought seventeen eyewitnesses from Douma who confirmed there was no attack there and the White Helmets had actually forged the video footage.

>April 14, 2018, The OPCW fact-finding mission invited by Syria and Russia arrived in Damascus.

>April 14, 2018, The USA, Britain and France attacked Syria with 105 cruise missiles (hours before the arrival of the OPCW).

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7240d2 No.1648

Pretty awful way to end a 7 months old thread… isn't it?

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7240d2 No.1649

almost there

7240d2 No.1650

All done.

55b33a No.1653

Please use this thread:


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b9b03c No.453[Reply]

Seems like she used to be very popular online. I was thinking of her while visiting /sg/ and realized I hadn't seen anything by her in years. So I did a search and found out:

- her facebook was deleted

- her youtube channel was erased

- many of her videos are gone


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a487c0 No.1138

She's on bitchute.

194fea No.1211

Well, if she needed more publicity the MSM just took care of that for her. The BBC attacked a well-respected former UK admiral and officially declared an information war with Russia live on air. Now they're attacking random people on social-media. If I didn't know any better, I'd say this is insane. Sadly, I know for fact that within the BBC, CBC and other state broadcasters, this is business as usual. They absolutely can't accept to see their own social-media efforts get almost no attention while some "Russian bots" get millions of views.

The next thing they'll do (it's already happening) is going into schools to "teach kids about fake news". They'll push for censorship until the only voice left is establishment media. They want their monopoly on information back at ALL costs.

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194fea No.1317


>she looks like a bug

>a bug

Having seen her face a lot recently, I think I'll have to agree with you after all.

b2fe3d No.1362

I saw this pic where they implied she had/has a dick and is mtf.

True or just troll?

194fea No.1365

I'd say troll but hey anything is possible I guess? The amount of coverage she received in the last few days is pretty insane. Good for her or him/it?.

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6e3a78 No.256[Reply]

Pro-Russia, pro-Houthi, pro-Iran, etc. anime girls welcome too!

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d9988c No.702


Very nice anon. I like that smug face of the first one.

8bb7c7 No.705


It's one of few I didn't make.

8bb7c7 No.706

>Tfw forgot to add flag

d9988c No.707



>I like that one!

>It's one of few I didn't make


Well anon, I do like the other ones too. Keep at it.

In case you didn't know, you can delete your own replies on this board.

0b455c No.1114

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>no hijab

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ba92f9 No.223[Reply]

What will probably happen once the civil war is over?

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811434 No.231


Israelis will use the heavy fighting near their borders as a pretext* to join the war

eefa45 No.232




Saudis can't even win against Houthis, so they could never win against Iran.

So they have to bait the USA into the war…

And the big winner is Israel. Sunni Muslims fight against Shia Muslims and Christians step in, because they have to play world police…. for jews..

f27cf1 No.233


This is likely the inevitable end scenario but the time period after the end of the Syrian civil war and the Saudi/Iran conflict reaching open war is much more indeterminate, could be a few months or multiple years

233c3f No.794


Migrants are here to stay, sorry to say. They were never refugees in the first place (actual refugees stayed in refugee camps in Syria and surrounding countries) and most of them aren't even from Syria. They will not leave of their own will, and if you think any country in Europe will be as "terribly racist and fascist" as to actually deport them in any notable numbers, then you're delusional. These migrants are never going to assimilate, (especially in countries with an already well estabilished muslim community like Germany or France) and will breed far faster than the native population, while enjoying welfare. Eventually, their numbers will become so large that they'll be able to take over the country (or at least start a civil war). Should they fail, they will simply breed for a few decades more and try again, with even bigger numbers. It is possible that in 100 years, when talking about whites in Europe, we will be solely reffering to Finns, Norwegians, and slavs, as everyone else will be either an ethnic Arab or a mongel rape baby. The only way to prevent such a fate would be to either deport non-natives en-masse (which goes against a gorillion international treaties and would likely spark a CIA-led regime change) or try raising native birthrate (very difficult, as it's require a massive overhaul in the society at large, especially in "feminist" topics, as well as requiring a shitload of money).

f2c679 No.1095

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Why can't my country be left alone?

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2116d8 No.628[Reply]

>>>/pol/11346532 feeling koonfy's autistic wrath as we speak

First /brit/, then us, now it's the Germans. As was predicted.

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125d57 No.889


>Which begs the question why the German-anons still post there?

Good question.

We actually moved to endchan for a little while back in 2016, but that was because of server issues, not because of the moderation

I can only guess why OP it has always been the same guy creating the threads hasn't moved yet, but I believe it's because we always see ourselves separated from the rest of /pol/ to a degree, just because of the language barrier. Previously the moderation didn't really interfere or even interact with us, but now they either have a vol who speaks German or are just using google translate, because wrongthink gets you banned and your posts deleted there too now. Could also just be part of a general stepping up of their efforts to crush any anti-Trump-dissidents on their parts, but we're really beginning to feel the squeeze now.

I guess it's only a matter of time until we move too, the problem is deciding where to.

0606ed No.890


>We actually moved to endchan for a little while back in 2016

How was your experience there? I only know information that was posted on 8ch so it's mostly negative things.

>I guess it's only a matter of time until we move too, the problem is deciding where to.

I hope you make the right choice and convince everyone to move to the same place (in my experience, it can be very difficult).

c06e26 No.891


Just make a board here. It worked for /brit/. You just need to make it comfy before you move.

>because wrongthink gets you banned and your posts deleted there too now.

You also get banned for hurting th BO's fee fees and the other vols ban you for the smallest thing like if they disagree with some thing in your post, instead of debating they'll literally slap a ban on you with their reply to your post written in the ban message.


>How was your experience there? I only know information that was posted on 8ch so it's mostly negative things.

Endchan /pol/ is horrible, or it was last time I was there. Basically /polmeta/ but with ten times as much spam. The rest of the site is perfectly usable and good though.

98b913 No.893


>Just make a board here. It worked for /brit/. You just need to make it comfy before you move.

We could and often discussed that, but isolation isn't really wanted. The OP has always been in english for that reason, we want to have a place for us but also want to provide information for non-germans.

In the end I guess we want a new /pol/ with a good moderation (or one of us as BO), but so far the place just seems to splinter instead of having an exodus.

Heck, we have our own board but that's just an archive.


>How was your experience there?

little because it was just for when 8ch was entirely down, we had the threat on 8ch at the same time so if you could, you'd use that one.

16e0a9 No.1042



There is already /lippe/. A new board is not needed.

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4bcdf8 No.365[Reply]

Happy New Year, /sg/

c56a5d No.366

(((Color revolution))) in Iran soon?

4bcdf8 No.367


No, its too fake.

Nothing really will happen.

091ac0 No.625


and nothing happened!

c69113 No.965


Impressive how fast the whole thing disappeared.

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