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Assad Wins Again

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fc0932 No.50

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).

>>1079 >>1109 >>1161 >>1335

>March 18, 2018, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad visited Eastern Ghouta. >>724

>March 13, 2018, SAA units found an underground chemical facility in al-Shifonyah, Eastern Ghouta. Terrorists used it to develop chemical weapons. They found manuals, documentation from a Saudi chemical industrial company and various other items.

>>655 >>662 >>663 >>668

Deir ez-Zor

>The US military has established at least 3 new bases in the oil-rich region of Eastern Deir ez-Zor (al-Tabiya, al-Amr/al-Omar, & al-Tanak oilfields).

>March 28, 2018, SAA units found three depots containing chemicals and equipment for the manufacture of ammunition.

>>866 >>867 >>868


>April 8, 2018, The Israeli Air Force targeted Syria’s T-4 airbase. Syrian military stated the attack was carried out in coordination with the US military. The jets fired eight guided missiles, but five of them were shot down by Syrian air defense units. Three of the missiles reached the western part of the airfield. The Israeli aircraft did not enter Syrian airspace and launched the strikes while flying over Lebanon. Syrian media confirmed several casualties among Syrian soldiers, without specifying any number. Iran has confirmed 7 Iranians were killed (IRGC/militias).


>The US military has established 2 new bases in the region of Manbij.

>March 24, 2018, The Turkish Army (TSK) & allied moderate beheaders (TFSA) declared full control of the district of Afrin.

>March 18, 2018, The Turkish Army (TSK) & allied moderate beheaders (TFSA) declared full control of Afrin city.

>More than 170,000 civilians left the region for government-controlled Syria.


>See >>1303 >>1304 >>1305 for the latest information on US military installations in Hasakah Province.

Read at the very least the last 50 replies before posting.

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fc0932 No.51

Recommended Videos & Links

(All links checked on 2018-05-10)


>Latest interviews with Assad

>2018-05-10 - Interview with Athens daily Kathimerini


>In an exclusive interview with Kathimerini's executive editor Alexis Papachelas, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denied that the Syrian Army used chemical weapons against civilians, while taking aim at both Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and US President Donald Trump.


>Assad visits monastery for Christmas: https://youtu.be/aG_SutViEmQ


>Pipelines and Syria: https://youtu.be/L4vD6JpJAFI


>American Virginia State Senator Richard Black tells the other side of the story on Syria - https://youtu.be/0FNtEWfay_8

>Bashar Ja’afari and US Peace Council Representatives on Syria speak at the UN - https://youtu.be/Yc-RmAVK8Pg

>Syrian Ambassador to UN Address to Schiller Institute - https://youtu.be/U3LTTbOYVfU


>Ron Paul: Syria Gas Attack: Assad's Doing…Or False Flag? - https://youtu.be/LULzvg1gA5U

>Ron Paul: US Bombs Syria - National Security Or Aggression? With Guest, US Rep. Thomas Massie - https://youtu.be/fbEMlqrhlSg


>Syriana Analysis: Not a Revolution - https://youtu.be/8prwbWLa7f0

>Syriana Analysis: Women under Bashar - https://youtu.be/_S_zmlDuGKU

>Syriana Analysis: Assad: Chemical Attack Fabrication - https://youtu.be/_pGAcv-cvA4


>SAA Soldier met family after 5 years - https://youtu.be/zHoeU9mZ1Xss


>Prof. Theodor Postol of MIT on "Chemical attack" in Khan Shiekoun




>South Front - NGOs and hybrid warfare - https://youtu.be/ro1byfe5vUM


>WikiLeaks: Turkish oil minister links to Isis oil trade - https://wikileaks.org/berats-box/article

>WikiLeaks: Top aide to Hillary Clinton: Al-Qaeda is on our side in Syria - https://wikileaks.org/clinton-emails/emailid/23225


>/sg/ visits Army 2017 - https://myalbum.com/album/seYvACY7CtIm

>Aleppobro takes pix for /sg/


>Links related to Chlorine gas in Syria - http://pastebin.com/cDL3mv0w


>What would happen if terrorists exploded a crude nuclear bomb in Washington DC? Watch Bill Perry's nuclear nightmare.



(Credit to previous Board Owner or whoever posted this in 2017)

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fc0932 No.52

File: 505e3f2f6bcca8e⋯.jpg (93.06 KB, 760x797, 760:797, 1498864397844.jpg)




>DeZ Oct27


>NE Hama Oct27


>E Syria Oct26


>Random Oct25


>SE Syria oct11


>N Hama Oct10


Developments Oct27

>Syria rejects OPCW-UN report. Due to US, Fr, UK pressure OPCW rejected Ru-Iran resolution to send investigators to Khan Shaikhoun&airbase

>RU:OPCW-UN report ignored conclusions & opinions of RU specialists.Reports conclusions based on anonymous research centers & ‘independent experts’

>NSA document:Saudi prince ordered FSA coordinated attack on Damascus in 2013

>DeZ:SAA liberates Saqr Island, securd Sinaa area,advanced on Khassarat &Mazara

>NE Hama:SAA liberates 6 villages from IS&HTS

>Hama:SAA manage to reclaim Jubb al-Abyad

>SAA liberate T-2 Pumping Station

>Militants in E Qalamoun region are close to full recon deal with gov

>Syrian Marines depart from Latakia Syria’s Badiya Al-Sham near Iraq/Jordan border in new op

>Russia’s UN envoy tells US to abstain from comments on Assad’s future after Tillersen comments

>RUAF destroy 650+ terrorist facilities past week

>RU MoD:US backed forces impede access to Rukban Camp,prevent Sy govt from organizing safe corridor/delivering supplies to camp

>Houthis claim to down Saudi warplane over Yemen CS

>PMU,iraqi army head to border-city of Al-Qa’im

>Iraqi forces try to build buffer zones between SDF and iraqi kurds

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>Random Oct29


>DeZ Oct30


>NE Hama Oct29


>E Syria Oct26


>SE Syria Oct11


>N Hama Oct10


Developments Oct30

>SDF appoint 70 new Arab commanders in Raqqa, possibly due to pressure from US coalition

>Assad confirms Damas committed to launching political reform, drafting new constitution, holding parlia. and presid. elections in line with UNSC Resolution 2254

>Daraa; FSA cross deconfliction line, SAA score direct hit by ATGM, resulting in death of six rebel fighters, 2 others critically injured

>ISIS begins large scale op to regain control of Al-Omar Oil Field to push back SDF, clashes ongoing, IS has recaptured some territory

>DeZ; More than half of city under SAA control, last phase of op begins, Tiger Forces unit deep inside Al-Jubeileh District leaving only a few neighborhoods to clear

>Syria considers Raqqa an occupied city until it comes under control of SAA, SANA reported, citing govt sources

>Iraqi Armed Forces liberate 21,000+ square km of terr. in Al-Anbar Governorate since launching border offensive last wk

>SAA launch large offensive in NE Hama target HTS positions near Al-Rahjan and capturing several towns

>Astana-hosted peace talks to focus on de-escalation zones, humanitarian issues

>Kurdish parties opposed to Barzani report burning/looting attacks on several PUK offices in the Duhok region, N of Erbil overnight

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>DeZ/Bukamal/Qaim Nov 4


>NE Hama Nov 3


>S Syria Nov 3


>Random Nov 3


>N Hama Oct10


Developments Nov4

>Report:Sy sec chief meets US official in Damas to discuss missing CIA operatives

>DeZ liberated. Reports of 600civis + unknown IS fighters reached deal with SDF to withdraw to SDF area

>NE Hama:SAA liberates al-Shakousiyah village from HTS

>SW Aleppo:HTS announced that it recaptured al-Rashidiya village and its hill

>RU TU-22M3 bombers strike IS arms, munitions depots & command posts in Bukamal for the 4th day in a row

>Unconfirmed:Some PMT fighters cross border from Qaim to Syria in order to stop SDF from taking Bukamal

>Iraqi troops liberate al-Qaim

>Israel strikes Syria 24 times this year(latest Nov 1), faild to change course of war

>Golan:Israeli backed HTS offensive in Al-Quneitra gov stopped by SAA who also recaptures lost points

>Damascus calls on UNSC to condemn Israeli strikes on Syria

>Idlib:30+ armored vehicles enter idlib gov from Turkey

>Report:180k displaced by Iraqi-Kurdish conflict

>Yemen:29 civis killed in Saudi airstrike on Alaf market in Sahar district

>Houthi forces destroy several Saudi Army vehicles in assault near Yemeni border

Also looks like based Houthis may have hit the Riyadh airport with a ballistic missile


cc7845 No.61




>N Hama Nov 7


>Random Nov 6


>NE Hama Nov 5


>Bukamal/Qaim/DeZ Nov 5


>S Syria Nov 3


Developments Nov 7

>Report:Iraqi PM-troops can attack ISIS in Sy

>SAA begins Albukamal offensive, attacked the IS positions E. of Al-Mayadeen this afternoon

>SAA seize the town of Sarha Shamaliyah in NE Hamat

>Report:US choppers removed IS commanders from Mayadeen before Syrian Army op began

>IS contingent currently trapped on island of Hawijat Qati - E of DeZ & N of Saqr Island

>SAA launch fresh attack in the Golan Heights, targeting Beit Jinn pocket that is under HTS control

>Ex Lebanese PM Hariri left SaudiArabia to UAE

>HTS used chemical weapons trying to overrun SAA defences in N Hama

>OPCW verifies 25 of 27 chemical weapons facilities destroyed in Syria

>SAA launch counter-offensive in N Hama to recapture lost towns from HTS

>Barzani said that KRG ready to begin talks with Baghdad, adding that issues should not be resolved militarily

>Afghanistan; IS militants storm Kabul TV station in ongoing attack

>Saudis accuse Iran of 'military agression' due to Yemen rocket.Saudis: acts of “aggression” by Hez = declaration of war by Lebanon

>Leaked Israeli cable to ambassadors:Support Saudis in war against Houthis,ramp up pressure against Hez & Iran,attempt to expel Hez from Lebanese politics

>Humanitarian supplies into Yemen halted, UN urges Arab coalition to end blockade

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3a61a5 No.64


based op

2c1683 No.65

Gonna keep bumping until this place shows signs of life.

5e85f3 No.66


this board is pointless, we should stick to the generals on /pol/

e8274b No.67


>this board is pointless, we should stick to the generals on /pol/

Fuck off Imkikey

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2c1683 No.75



16920c No.82

File: 3c81096efee7caa⋯.png (102.86 KB, 332x312, 83:78, assad (4).png)


bump for kike free deets on kike proxy wars

2c1683 No.130


cc7845 No.131

File: c4e3622f1fb37fa⋯.jpg (876.18 KB, 1332x750, 222:125, 1502319318620.jpg)


>Random Nov11


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov9


>N Hama Nov8


>NE Hama Nov5


>S Syria Nov3


Devs Nov 15

>Ru/Syrian deminers finish clearing Deir Ezzor, destroy almost 45,000 explosives, displaced civilians welcomed back

>Afrin; Turkish backed proxies attacked SDF, artillery/rocket fire exchanged, clashes ongoing in the region

>HTS launch a counter attack in NE Hama, resulting in recapture of Sarha Al-Shmaliyah from SAA

>SDF spokesperson Talal Silo has defected to Turkey, traveled overnight from PYD governed areas of N Sy to Turkey

>Russia has begun delivering their elite T-90 tanks to the Iraqi military, Al-Sura News reported

>SDF claims control of Al-Tanak Oil Field in DeZ after expelling ISIS from area, now control 2 of the largest oil fields in Sy

>Sy Kurdish leaders voiced support for longer-term role of U.S. forces in Syria once ISIS is defeated

>Experts; War between Iran & KSA could send oil to $300 per barrel & impoverish world

>Turkey condemned as “an extremely grave revelation” the escape of hundreds of ISIS fighters from Raqqa

>Russia MoD to investigate wrong photos used on Syria statement accusing the US of providing de-facto air cover for IS

2c1683 No.140


cc7845 No.150


>Random Nov11


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov9


>N Hama Nov8


>NE Hama Nov5


>S Syria Nov3


Devs Nov 16

>SAA/IRGC/Hezbollah attacked ISIS' last positions at southern, eastern, and western flanks of Albukamal, no advances reported

>Damascus; 1 civilian killed, 13 wounded as mortar shells from rebel areas hit several neighborhoods

>SAA accuses Israel of launching airstrike over their positions near Beit Jinn pocket, killing 4 soldiers

>Lavrov accuses US of hindering work of RuAf in Syria, emphasized that contrary to Pentagon statements, US presence in Sy illegal

>Zakharova; US never received UN mandate to deploy troops to Sy, "US units are there in disregard of the country’s legitimate govt acting as occupants”

>SAA continue advance in NE countryside of Hama, capturing Qasr ‘Ali after battle with HTS

>Ahrar Al-Sham advances toward E Damascus base after seizing SAA command post, in striking distance of vehicle installation and Regiment 46 base

>Israeli warplanes seen flying over Lebanese airspace, circling several towns near the Syrian border

>US House voted overwhelmingly in support of resolution which allows US to continue to refuel KSA jets attacking Yemen

>Kabul; 8 policemen, 10 civilians killed by suicide bomb detonated near political rally, IS claims attack

dffba3 No.151

free kurdistan

2d7145 No.152

File: fe4cfa39aead8f2⋯.gif (1.08 MB, 680x680, 1:1, reeee.gif)

77acfe No.153




Fuck you kampfy.

2c1683 No.160

Daily bump

cc7845 No.163

File: 83a86bb7e79f86f⋯.jpg (52.44 KB, 638x800, 319:400, c3ea05a14dd5c60692c2078634….jpg)

Devs Nov 17

>Albukamal; SAA/allies liberate Hamdan Airbase, leaving ISIS trapped in city with no supply line

>With airbase liberated, SAA impose fire control over main road leading to Albukamal, likely to cross Euphrates soon

>Iraq announces full liberation of Al-Rawa in Al-Anbar after a short op against ISIS

>Hama; Qasr ‘Ali and Sarha Al-Shmaliyah captured by SAA after they launch assault from 2 axes

>Russian draft of Syria gas probe extension fails at UNSC

>E. Damas; SAA launch missiles/artillery at suburbs of Jobar/Ayn Tarma, inflicting heavy damage on Faylaq Al-Rahman/HTS positions

>Erdogan accuses Washington of sponsoring ISIS as well as failing to fulfill promise to withdraw Kurdish forces from region

>SAA fend off Harakat Ahrar Al-Sham’s infiltration attempt at Regiment 46 base last night

>Peskov; Russia, Turkey and Iran will discuss all aspects of Syrian reconciliation during upcoming meeting in Sochi

>Lebanese FM tells Ru govt Hariri’s excuses invalid because he knew Leb was going to maintain ties with Syria/Hezbollah

>Leb FM said that there is currently anti-Lebanon campaign aimed at "intimidating" his country and forcing it to give up joint gas project with Ru

1f2f7a No.174


>that image

>rightcuck praising based Islam, based mudniggers

>thinks the SSNP is right-wing

Cuckchan is that way lad

bae3d9 No.175

File: 0b098e3dfda4855⋯.jpg (41.22 KB, 429x377, 33:29, 0b098e3dfda4855229339c51da….jpg)

What was the point with reviving this board? the war is almost over. ISIS is done, and the moderate beheaders only got Idlib and few scattered pockets across the country.

>The war is almost over

>almost over

Go tell the Pentagon.

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cc7845 No.179

File: c38c637436aeb03⋯.png (140.61 KB, 1106x1340, 553:670, 97125b7a68a887cb1951f878db….png)


The war is pretty far from over, K*rds and Idlib are still major issues

Since /sg/ is going to continue its better to post related content here than /pol/ after pic related happened and the mods continuing to ban most non-shill posters

2d7145 No.180

File: 819e4fa9276eaf6⋯.jpg (141.14 KB, 720x960, 3:4, swaglord.jpg)


4/pol/ mods are unpredictable and could go on a rampage every moment, 8/pol/ mods are Zionist shills, without even knowing it.

> muh, USA supports "moderate" rebels because Israel supports them, so we have to support them too

btw. how did the 8/pol/ mods manage to piss off brit/pol/? I missed this drama. What was the reason?

2d7145 No.181

File: 0b7f89a9510348c⋯.jpg (78.55 KB, 960x762, 160:127, assad-must-go.jpg)

File: b5d2c0ffb025908⋯.jpg (36.41 KB, 576x473, 576:473, gadaffi-assad.jpg)

File: a1952e2a2a29276⋯.jpg (99.59 KB, 794x1200, 397:600, assad-anime.jpg)


>>can't post multiple images

>Fix it


cc7845 No.183

File: d4cd4983b32a964⋯.jpg (38.7 KB, 275x391, 275:391, BgoWEnBCYAAYSX_.jpg)


>Bukamal/S DeZ Nov 17


>NE Hama Nov 17


>S Syria Nov 17


>Random Nov11


>N Hama Nov8


Devs Nov 18

>Conflicting reports that Hawijat Kati was surrendered, or that the fight is still ongoing

>ISIS car bomb kills 20, injures 30 at site for displaced families near DeZ

>NE Hama; Free Idlib Army takes out 2 govt tanks with US made TOW missiles

>Most recent batch of Amaq images released from Abu Kamal depicts SAA approaching the city

>Joint mechanism of the UN and OPCW has formally ended its activities, UNSC failed to adopt new resolution on its extension

>Nikki Haley; US ready to ‘fight for justice’ in Syria without UN approval

>'Israel shouldn't go to war with Lebanon, as we will surely win' – Lebanese FM

>Saad Hariri has arrived in France from Saudi Arabia, Lebanese TV reported on Saturday

>Trump admin threatens to shutter Palestinian office in D.C. unless it enters into serious peace talks with Israel

>Iran UN Rep; KSA “birthplace of lethal poison of Takfirism, cannot underestimate toxic danger that is the Saudi-born ideology”

>Egypt-Gaza border opened under control of Palestinian Authority for 1st time since 2007, 5 buses loaded with passengers crossed to the Egyptian side

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cc7845 No.211

File: 09017b607168350⋯.jpg (2.27 MB, 1080x1737, 120:193, 1511118923123.jpg)


>Random Nov 18


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov 19


>NE Hama Nov 17


>S Syria Nov 17


>N Hama Nov8


Devs Nov 19

>SAA announces full liberation of Bukamal

>DeZ:250 IS fighters surrender in Hawijat Kati island.Unconfirmed:SAA captured Kashmah village, SDF captured Shu’aytat village

>N Hama:SAA captured Harran village(N Arafa)&Hardana village(W Arafa)

>Golan:SAA resumes offensive in Beit Jinn pocket, target and retake Tal Sawadi hilltop from HTS reversing jihadi advances

>Israel shelled SAA positions S of Hadar& 6km of Beint Jinn because SAA was constructing a fortified position in the demilitarized zone of Golan Heights, claim violation of the 1974 truce

>NY Times:US coalition airstikes kill 31 times more civis than Pentagon admitted

>Tiger forces capture Salhiyah town,create a pocked with IS fighters in Euphrates Valley

>6 TU-22M3 strategic bombers carry airstikes on IS facilities in Bukamal 3rd time this week

>FSA disbands 180 fighters from Tanaf due to misbehavior. Others claim US tries to make FSA more professional

>UNSC:US resolution to continue UN-OPCW JIM was vetoed by RU. Bolivia resolution with changes to JIM backed by RU&China was blocked by US&friends. JIM is kill

>Al-Zinki&HTS reconcile to fight SAA, will release captured fighters and retreat to initial positions in Aleppo.

>Hariri arrives to Paris where he met with Macron

TU-22s at work again


>Six Russian bombers destroy Daesh positions and munitions depots in Deir Ezzor

Moscow, SANA – Russian long-range bombers have destroyed command centers and gatherings for Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization near al-Boukamal city in Deir Ezzor countryside.

>The Russian Defense Ministry said in statement on Saturday that six Tu-22M3 long-range bombers delivered airstrikes against Daesh terrorists’ positions near the city of al-Boukamal in Deir Ezzor countryside, noting that the bombers destroyed military hardware and weapons along with members of the terrorist organization.

>Special monitoring equipment confirmed that all of the designated targets were hit, the Defense Ministry said, adding that the Tu-22M3 bombers were escorted by Sukhoi Su-30SM fighters from the Hmeimim airbase, and all Russian planes returned to base upon completion of their mission.

2c1683 No.215

File: a708cbf756e299f⋯.jpg (8.24 KB, 255x193, 255:193, 1413784731717.jpg)

Does the SDF even fight ISIS?

cc7845 No.216


Very little and only when it suits them, the US isn't even trying to pretend that they don't regularly collaborate with ISIS against the SAA and allow ISIS troops to evacuate


2d7145 No.222


The sunni mercenaries of the SDF definitely not.

466bf9 No.224

File: d2c6c53f8bcfd8d⋯.png (1.36 MB, 999x2125, 999:2125, 2017-11-20_-_Erdogan’s_chi….png)

>Erdogan’s chief adviser calls for Turkey’s NATO membership to be reconsidered – local media

>It is time to reconsider the issue of Turkey’s membership in NATO, Erdogan’s chief adviser, Yalcın Topcu, has stated, according to local media. Turkey has the second largest army in the alliance after the United States.

>“The presence of the great Turkish nation in this institution [NATO] has become questionable,” Topcu said, branding the alliance’s behavior towards Ankara as “brutal and dishonorable,” Haberturk daily reported.

Spoke about this many times. For now they're just signaling that leaving NATO is under serious consideration. If Erdogan himself comes out publicly to say the same thing it will be pretty serious. Given all the retarded PR coming out of the State Dept. and the Pentagon (muh F-35), who knows how the US will react.



cc7845 No.225

File: a9ece69aa542cc0⋯.jpg (142.98 KB, 1080x1616, 135:202, buByQSC.jpg)


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov 20


>Random Nov 19


>NE Hama Nov17


>S Syria Nov17


>N Hama Nov8


Devs Nov 20

>Kurdish militants fire mortars at ”observation point of de-escalation zone” in Idlib, near Afrin, no injuries reported

>SAA continue clean up OPs in DeZ, capturing large amount of chemical materials, ammunition

>Tiger forces liberate Tishreen village west of Al-Salyeah after heavy clashes with ISIS

>Iran says Arab League statement condemning them and Hezbollah, "full of lies" and product of Saudi "pressure and propaganda."

>Lebanese president appeared to defend Hezbollah as necessary to resist Israel after Arab League statement accused the group of terrorism

>Iraq’s Supreme Federal Court ruled Monday that the Sep 25 Kurdish independence referendum was unconstitutional and results void

>Israeli minister reveals long rumored covert contacts with Saudi Arabia amid common concerns over Iran

>KSA and Arab allies push for unity against Iran, Hezbollah "meddling" in Cairo emergency meeting

>Palestinians say they won't be blackmailed by U.S. threat to close PLO office in attempt to force peace negotiations with Israel

>Lebanon's Hariri to visit Egypt on Tuesday to meet with Egyptian President Sisi

>USAF targeted drug producing facilities in Afghanistan for first time under new strategy aimed at cutting Taliban funding

Turkey let Russia use its airspace for cargo transport instead of having to fly over Iran

>Russian Air Force military cargo planes which go to #Syria, start using Turkish Airspace.


>A #Russian Air Force (#RuAF) cargo plane crossed Turkish airspace on its way from #Moscow to #Syria for the first time in several years, signalling further improvement in #Russia-#Turkey relations


Nasrallah (leader of Hezbollah) declared Hezbollah's mission in Iraq finished and made a few notable quotes


>Nasrallah: We have never sent arms to Yemen, Bahrain, Iraq or any other Arab country. Do you think we’re just distributing our ballistic missiles around? Yes, I admit we have supplied Gaza with Kornet missiles, and we take full pride in this.

>Nasrallah: Among the wonders of our times is Saudi Arabia saying it is a partner in the victory against ISIS; great, show us one battle where you’ve fought ISIS. One battle. Name one of your generals, commanders, or princes who fought ISIS.

>Nasrallah’s voice shivering, almost breaking into tears describing the situation in Yemen: How can you call yourselves Arabs? Are you satisfied with the daily murder, bombing and starving of Yemenis? Where is your conscience? Where is your reason? Where is your humanity?

>Nasrallah: ISIS was welcomed by US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces in al-Bukamal. What can now convince us that ISIS fighters will not shave their beards and overnight become “SDF?”


> For now they're just signaling that leaving NATO is under serious consideration. If Erdogan himself comes out publicly to say the same thing it will be pretty serious

Not sure if i would say they are seriously considering it but Erdogan is certainly taunting NATO and openly pushing for his own initiatives even against NATO's wishes, the issue is that Turkey due to its geographic location and control of the Bosporus strait(only way in/out of the black sea) makes Turkey far more valuable to NATO than NATO is valuable to Turkey regarding internal politics.

However Turkey letting Russia use its airspace is a pretty big development and unexpected, obviously there is some significant back room negotiations happening between Russia and Turkey.

2c1683 No.227

File: 35a931643def1cd⋯.png (222.55 KB, 1036x618, 518:309, Untitled.png)

How exactly does the desert territory work?

Is it full of bases and camps?

cc7845 No.228


>How exactly does the desert territory work?

By being a vast area of barren territory

>Is it full of bases and camps?

Opposite, urban areas are full of bases and camps

There might be a few militant held locations or fortified areas but the vast majority of desert territory is simply empty desert that is hard to fully clear due to the vast amount of size and sparse rural outposts, it takes a large number of personnel to occupy the territory and fully remove all insurgents so it isn't a priority when there are more urban held areas that are more of a threat

2d7145 No.229

File: a73ae61b8c0e2fd⋯.png (96.67 KB, 787x552, 787:552, isis-desert.png)

File: abc0cf36153f12f⋯.png (34.6 KB, 696x552, 29:23, al-tanf.png)


The "moderate rebels" in the green part have a base at the border with US support and a refugee camp. They get their food and munition through Jordan. They don't really have anything else of value.

They have some outposts and some people always driving from one outpost to another to give them supplies. When some attack happens, they just call for help and hold it long enough until support arrives. Or they back up slowly, till they reach some point where the attacker can't go forward without major effort (like if it takes too long and they have to stay overnight in some open field or something) and just wait until the attacker is going back again, because it's hard or just not very useful for them to hold the area they took (holding some open desert is just a waste of supplies and manpower).

And the ISIS area is just like that because ISIS is holding some villages at the Euphrates and they are still holding 2 bases near T3. Hoholmap just connected those points with the area. It doesn't have anything to do with reality it is just an empty area with no military presence, because it would be just a stupid waste of resources.

You can see it better on the wikipedia map. Bases and outposts are marked with points and you see that there really is nobody in the area you marked.

466bf9 No.234

File: be8ff120d7459f1⋯.png (802.66 KB, 1011x1900, 1011:1900, 2017-11-21_-_Putin_&_Assad….png)

File: 7579520e36ee072⋯.jpg (69.61 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 2017-11-21_-_Putin_&_Assad….jpg)

File: 1abde5ee96788e4⋯.mp4 (13.08 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2017-11-21_-_Putin_&_Assad….mp4)

>Russian President Vladimir Putin has met with his Syrian counterpart, Bashar Assad in Sochi where they discussed the political process in Syria. The Russian leader said that the fight against terrorism in the crisis-stricken country is close to completion.

>Assad said that Damascus is interested in the progress of the political solution to the crisis and that the current situation is optimistic in that respect.

>He added that he hoped for Russia’s help in ensuring that the Syrians themselves lead the process, with help from the outside, but not “interference.” “We welcome those who are really interested in a political settlement [in Syria], we are ready to have dialogue with them,” Assad



466bf9 No.235

File: cc7b8da53e45814⋯.mp4 (12.36 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2017-11-21_-_Putin_&_Assad….mp4)

cc7845 No.237

File: 177af1a4d019f94⋯.jpg (139 KB, 720x960, 3:4, DPJ_5hpW0AA3Do0.jpg)


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov 21


>NE Hama Nov21


>Random Nov 20


>E Ghouta Nov20


>S Syria Nov17


>N Hama Nov8


Devs Nov 21

>Assad makes surprise visit to Sochi ahead of Putin's talks with Iran, Turkey

>Putin said he would follow up his talks with Assad with phone calls to U.S. President Donald Trump, ME leaders

>Nasrallah makes statement saying Hezbollah was ready to pull its forces from Iraq after defeating ISIS

>Another large Turkish Army convoy was seen entering Idlib Governorate from the Hatay Province, the 2nd time this month

>HTS/FSA lose over 100 combatants after attack on vehicle base last wk after reinforcements from 105th Brigade arrived to push them back

>SAA liberates Salhiyah from ISIS, troops will now continue to move towards the village of Al-Kashma

>Russia offers US to join humanitarian aid delivery in Syria for refugees in Er-Rukban camp

>Iran’s President Rouhani and Qassem Soleimani declare end of ISIS in separate statements

>Active phase of Syria military operation nears end – Russian General Staff

>Lavrov; Moscow and DC have established stable cooperation in Sy, except for the condemnation of terrorist actions

>Syrian Kurdish YPG accuses Turkey of Afrin aggression

>Head of Lebanese Army has asked military to be at “full readiness” to face “the Israeli enemy” at the southern border

>Russian, Iranian and Turkish Chiefs of general staffs agreed on measures to eradicate terrorists in Syria


>The chiefs of general staff of Russia, Iran and Turkey have agreed on measures to enhance cooperation in the Idlib de-escalation zone. Moreover, the sides considered practical steps to eradicate the rest of ISIS and Jabhat al Nusra in Syria.

Somewhat interesting locally produced MLRS

>#SAA 4th Division new #IRAM launcher called Gulan-300 enters the service and being used in E.Ghouta now


pic related

4b9088 No.238


>skull mask

Ow, the edge.

2c1683 No.239


Why not just have a circle surrounding the two villages? The map implies the road is compromised by isis.

2d7145 No.242


On the map it looks like those 2 points are just some small oil pumping stations.

One or two pumpjacks and a small hut on its side. Maybe there isn't even any ISIS fighter there.

How would they even survive there without water? ISIS won't be that stupid and drive through the whole desert a few times a week just to to deliver supplies to hold a pumpjack that is pumping oil right into Assad controlled area.

If they do this, then it is the right thing not to attack them. Because they are wasting their resources for a hut in the desert while their whole area at the Euphrates is falling apart.

Most likely ISIS destroyed parts of the small oil wells and left. The SAA can't start to repair them yet, because it would be some nice target for a suicide jihadi. So they don't care about them.

And as long as there is no "official" report about taking them, the isis loving fags from hoholmap will assume that it is under ISIS control and will paint it in ISIS colors.

cc7845 No.245

Devs Nov 22

>SAA begin final phase of NE Hama offensive, following month long op W. of the Khanasser Hwy, broke through HTS front at Mustariha

>SAA continue to advance in SE Deir Ezzor, 4th Div is 15 km of reaching Tiger Forces lines near Mayadin

>Sochi talks today between Ru, Iran, Turkey/ Syrian opposition meets in Riyadh, negotiations committee leader resigns

>Israel won’t allow Iran to gain foothold in Syria, Netanyahu tells Putin in phone conversation

>HTS attempts to infiltrate town of Ma’an by sneaking into army outposts, embedded SAA units pushed them to retreat

>IDF have been monitoring closely the SAA recent advances near the Golan Heights in Beit Jinn pocket

>Abadi (Iraq PM) says IS has been defeated from military perspective, will only declare final victory after Iraq desert cleared of them

>Hariri (Lebanon PM) will hold off presenting resignation as prime minister in response to request from president Michel Aoun to allow more dialogue

>Hariri slams Iran over Syria while praising Bin Salman's "vision" in recent interview with Saudi media

>Lebanese Army increase presence along Israeli border following IDF’s repeated violations in occupied Sheba’a Farms area

>#SAA led by Tigers liberate Subaykhān, Jadlah, Safsaf, Ajarjah, Salhiyah, Wadi Ward & capture Ward oil-field +important archaeological site of “Doura Europos” along #Euphrates river from #ISIS. #DeirEzZor


cc7845 No.250

File: ff5452bf7c72971⋯.jpg (29.22 KB, 600x400, 3:2, 1511498063117.jpg)


>NE Hama Nov23


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov 23


>Random Nov 20


>E Ghouta Nov20


>S Syria Nov17


>N Hama Nov8


Devs Nov 23

>Sochi: Turkey says Assads future up to Syrians

>Idlib:Huge SAA reinforcements arrive in Al-Rashidiyah town ahead of offensive against HTS

>DeZ:Tiger forces recapture al-Quriyah town + 9 villages, complete IS defeat in Euphrates Valley (RU MOD)

>Golan:SAA storms Beit Tima, which was under reconciliation deal but HTS took it over

>NE Hama: IS expands and now controls 13 villages from HTS who's too busy fighting SAA

>Sochi:Ru,Turkey,Iran urge Sy gov &

>Sy opposition meeting in Riyadh fixed on transition without Assad

>Iran delivers humanitarian aid to Bukamal

>Report:US forces to stay in Syria to limit Iran,Assad influence

>Report:US mercs torture detained Saudi princes&billionaires

>RU TU-22M3 strategic bomber struck IS targets in al-Qatia, DeZ prov

>Iraqi forces start operation to clear remaining IS-held border area

>SAA stops huge shipment of weaponry from being smuggled in E Ghouta

>Yemen:Saudi coalition ends blockade and reopen for humanitarian aid Sana Airport and Hodeidah Port

>Israel won’t allow Iran to gain foothold in Syria, Netanyahu tells Putin in phone conversation

>Lebanese Army increase presence along Israeli border following IDF’s repeated violations in occupied Sheba’a Farms area

2c1683 No.252

File: b60974f74ccde3b⋯.jpg (84.87 KB, 418x279, 418:279, ChenLemon.jpg)


It still rustles my jimmies that the SDF has taken over so many oil pumps. How wishful thinking am I to hope the SAA to go full berserker on the SDF one day? Those inexperienced turdniggers actually think they're pros at fighting. I'm all for a rude awakening.

cc7845 No.253


>How wishful thinking am I to hope the SAA to go full berserker on the SDF one day?

It may happen, but it would have to be after the US pulls most of its troops out, also the PMUs could possibly try and push them back and there would be less political fallout due to the PMUs being an Iraqi group and more of less begrudgingly supported by the US

I have to say though that Trump announcing he will stop providing arms to the YPG in Syria and related Kurdish groups at the behest of Erdogan is surprising and shows that US support for the Syrian K*rds isn't guaranteed and things can certainly change with the right political pressure.


Also the US announcing there are closer to 2000 troops in Syria instead of the around 500 previously reported likely means the vehicles recently transferred to Kurdish areas were not meant to be operated by the K*rds.


466bf9 No.254

File: d7962274835878e⋯.png (999.16 KB, 990x2202, 165:367, 2017-11-24_-_Trump_briefs_….png)

File: 4dda968589a7ad9⋯.png (837.61 KB, 988x1687, 988:1687, 2017-11-24_-_Secret_Mossad….png)


>Trump announcing he will stop providing arms to the YPG in Syria and related Kurdish groups

Yeah I saw that earlier - got my attention. Erdogan did put considerable pressure in the last few months and there's certainly other factors at play. Given the track record of western intelligence agencies in the region, I'll do what I usually do and take the "wait and see" approach on this. Also look forward to Israel reacting negatively if they haven't already.

Speaking of Israel, this might surprise some people (or not) but it would seem they're still using the "Trump isn't pro-Israel enough" narrative (it's never enough with them). The latest "story" on this narrative is how Trump (supposedly) revealed details of an Israeli operation in Raqqa to Lavrov. Fits in with the Russia narrative as well. Given the location, I thought I'd mention it here.

cc7845 No.255


> Given the location, I thought I'd mention it here.

I would consider most things related to geopolitics that affect Syria are /sg/ relevant, also decent analysis on the situation

Quality post, although i wouldn't consider vanity fair a reliable source either

cc7845 No.260

File: 2dcc0af81348a5c⋯.jpg (63.6 KB, 1024x498, 512:249, Turkroaches not allowed.jpg)

Devs Nov 25

>DeZ: SAA advances NW of Bukamal

>E Ghouta: SAA advances in Jobar

>Golan: SAA continues attack on Beit Jinn pocket. HTS offensive on Hader failed

>6 RU Tu-22M3 strategic bombers strike IS in DeZ prov

>2nd US-coalition service member died in non-combat incident in November

>RU military unable to deliver aid to Rukban refugee camp due to US

>Erdogan: No place for Kurd in Sochi

>Saudi's backed Syrian opposition names Nasr al-Hariri as new leader for Geneva talks

>Israel plans to send warship to gulf of Mexico

>306 dead in Egypt mosque bombing

>Trump told Erdogan US wont supply arms to YPG and related groups.

>Erdogan doesn't rule out working with Assad against YPG

>India decided against large purchase of Israeli ATGMs, likely to buy Russian equipment instead



Here's another development about the K*rds


>Erdogan Rules Out Any Place For K*rds In Upcoming Sochi Talks On Syria. YPG Confirms There Is No Invitation Yet

>On November 24, Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan ruled out any place for the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) and its armed wing, the People’s Protection Units (YPG), in the upcoming Syrian National Dialogue conference in the Russian city of Sochi, according to the Turkish Hürriyet Daily News newspaper.

>Meanwhile, an official of the YPG told the Russian Interfax news agency that the groups are willing to attend the upcoming Syrian National Dialogue conference in Sochi. However, the official revealed that they had not received any invitation yet.

3a61a5 No.261


Doing God's work, anon

2c1683 No.262

The Wikipedia map is like night and day compared to Hohol maps. Seriously.

Why do they have such a boner for isis?

cc7845 No.263

File: 0e76a49dae86c93⋯.jpg (313.39 KB, 720x1007, 720:1007, 1511746011339.jpg)

Developments Nov 26

>K*rds announce openness to rejoining Syrian government under Federalist system and "New" Syrian Army

>Turkish FSA shoots down 3 Russian Helicopters, several dead and wounded

>Deir ez Zor: SAA advances NW of Bukamal

>East Ghouta: SAA advances in Jobar

>Golan: SAA continues attack on Beit Jinn pocket. HTS offensive on Hader failed

>6 RU Tu-22M3 strategic bombers strike IS in DeZ prov

>2nd US-coalition service member died in non-combat incident in Nov

>RU military unable to deliver aid to Rukban refugee camp due to US

>Erdogan: No place for K*rds in Sochi

>Saudi backed Syrian opposition names Nasr al-Hariri as new leader for Geneva talks

>Israel plans to send warship to gulf of Mexico

>306 dead in Egypt mosque bombing

Federalization is not really a good option nor too likely IMO


Hoholmaps doesn't want to admit the reality that the SAA controls most of the Syrian territory

cc7845 No.264


>>Turkish FSA shoots down 3 Russian Helicopters, several dead and wounded

Just checked this and found no sources for this, copied from another thread

466bf9 No.266

File: 08f276ae07213f8⋯.jpg (257.29 KB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, 2017-11-22_-_Zogbots_thank….jpg)

File: dcdf0037da1bc83⋯.jpg (93.52 KB, 1000x667, 1000:667, 2017-11-22_-_Zogbots_thank….jpg)

File: c2a3c28e67bbeff⋯.jpg (266.84 KB, 2048x1001, 2048:1001, 2017-11-22_-_Zogbots_thank….jpg)


>copied from another thread

I had hopes all your content was all genuine 8/sg/ autism.

Oh and here's a Jordanian Blackhawk at al-Tanf with Special Zogbots.

>Thanksgiving in Southern Syria

>Members of (((5th Special Forces))) Group (A) conducting 50. Cal Weapons training during counter (((IS))) operations at Al Tanf Garrison in southern Syria.

>(((5th Special Forces Group))) (A) Operation Detachment Bravo 5310 arrives to meet Major General James Jarrard at the Landing Zone at base camp Al Tanf Garrison in southern Syria

cc7845 No.267

File: 83ae046de38a6a7⋯.png (1.28 MB, 1079x964, 1079:964, 88j.png)


>NE Hama Nov27


>E Ghouta Nov27


>DeZ/Bukamal Nov 26


>Random Nov 20


>S Syria Nov17


>N Hama Nov8


Developments Nov 27

>Unconfirmed reports about whether the Tigers captured Ashara.

>SAA breaks HTS lines at hilltop of Tal Bardayah, surrounding hill from several axes

>SAA liberates Mustarihah from HTS, now at outskirts of Umm Miyal, closest since losing it to rebels in 2013

>US delivers 50+ Humvees to Kurdish forces after assuring Erdogan no more weapons to SDF, YPG

>Syrian government welcomes formation of committee that will discuss the current constitution and expected to be formed at Sochi

>Peskov; Putin will carry on with his ‘diplomatic marathon’ in settling the Syrian conflict

>Turkey calls on US to ‘restore ties with true allies’ instead of with YPG

>Syrian govt delegation postpones departure to UN talks in Geneva, was annoyed by statement that emerged last week from a Syrian opposition meeting in Riyadh

>Saudi-led ‘Arab NATO’ declares total war on terrorism; Iran, Iraq & Syria not invited

>First humanitarian aid ship in 3 weeks arrives in Houthi-controlled Yemeni city of Hudaydah

>Hamas again refused to disarm ahead of reconciliation deadline, instead threatened to carry out attacks against Israel in West Bank


Its a mix of original content and copy+pasted maps and developments, also started checking the developments copied for accuracy and changing some shortenings to full names/words

cc7845 No.268

File: 4cf9ec4c69b07c3⋯.jpg (564.94 KB, 1440x964, 360:241, 1510172833938.jpg)

Developments Nov 28

>Syrian govt accepts ceasefire terms in E Ghouta

>Trapped ISIS fighters and families on Kati Island request to be transferred to Idlib

>DeZ; SAA liberate several towns near Mayadin, including Al-Asharah now working to clear towns directly south of the liberated pocket

>Russia calls on Syrian opposition in Geneva to come down to earth on demand that Assad must go, does not contribute to constructive dialogue

>SAA captures large hilltop of Tal Al-Khazan from HTS, impose fire control over Al-Shakhtir and Umm Miyal

>Over 50,000 people isolated as US closes area around at-Tanf base – Russian MoD

>Beit Jinn; SAA capture E. part of Taloul Barda’yah, gain partial fire control over town of Magher Al-Mair, now in fierce battle at western slope of Taloul Barda’yah

>Al-Watan release video allegedly showing IS fighters retreating from Albukamal towards SDF lines

>S. Aleppo; SAA capture Azizah, Abisah, Tal Talfah, Sawwan, Al-Ramlah, attempting to reach Idlib governate to begin assault on Abu Dhuhour Military Airport

>Report; China has asked Syrian govt to allow a minor Chinese SOF deployment there

>Pentagon says reviewing 'adjustments' to arms for K*rds, stopped short of halting weapons transfers

More evidence of Kurd-ISIS collaboration


>#Syria #DeirEzZor K*rds #YPG & #SDF have been working w/ & allowing ISIS free passage through there areas for a while now ANNA News Reporter Post in October about how ISIS just vanished and Tiger Forces took control of western Euphrates banks with little to no resistance

Also China asked the Syrian government for position to deploy Chinese special forces against Uyghur Turkmen groups




>China is planning to send troops to Syria to aid President Bashar Al-Assad’s forces, according to the New Khaleej.

>According to informed sources, the move comes as China becomes increasingly concerned with the presence of Islamic militants in the East Turkestan region, who have been sighted aiding opposition groups in Syria.

>Last week, during a meeting with Syrian Presidential Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi praised the regime’s efforts at tackling the fighters from the Islamic East Turkistan Movement.

>The Syrian regime has also claimed that some 5,000 fighters of Uyghur origin, an ethnic Muslim minority that Chinese authorities regularly accuse of terrorism, have arrived in Syria, illegally passing through Southeast Asia and Turkey.

>The sources said that the Chinese Ministry of Defence intends to send two units known as the “Tigers of Siberia” and the “Night Tigers” from the Special Operations Forces to aid Syrian government troops.

466bf9 No.269

File: 2d48d5231daf81d⋯.png (1.14 MB, 998x2268, 499:1134, 2017-11-30_-_Swiss_Press_C….png)

File: f1b196956189da8⋯.jpg (101.57 KB, 654x850, 327:425, 2017-11-28_-_Swiss_Press_C….jpg)

Western/Turk-backed terror group back in the (real) news and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is really unhappy about it.

>Swiss Press Club gives floor to White Helmets’ critics, despite Reporters Without Borders pressure

>The Western media can’t admit they were wrong in their portrayal of the White Helmets, Guy Mettan, head of the Swiss Press Club, told RT, explaining why Reporters Without Borders demanded to cancel the club’s press conference featuring critics of the controversial Syrian group.







Press Conference (in French/English - Vanessa speaks at 32:00)


RT video showed during the conference


cc7845 No.272

File: 2f6334c3eb00802⋯.jpg (14.58 KB, 448x320, 7:5, 1510176890732.jpg)

Developments Nov 30

>Hayat Tarir Al-Sham recaptures Al-Ramleh, Abisan and its surrounding hilltop, attempting to recapture ‘Azizah and have reportedly entered the town

>Chinese military will send troops to Syria to fight against group of Chinese jihadists fighting alongside HTS

>Turkish FM; Turkish Army will never ‘hesitate’ to enter any place in Syria if it poses a threat to his nation’s security

>Russia demands revision of cross-border humanitarian operations in Syria which bypass Damascus

>Israel, Egypt, and other Arab leaders urged US to bomb Iran before the 2015 nuclear accord was reached – Kerry

>Draft agreement signed between Russia and Egypt on Thur for both countries to use each other’s air space/bases for their military planes

>Macron announces plans of ‘military action’ in works in Libya to stifle human trafficking

>Macron said on Wed he would draw up a list of extremist organizations to convey to KSA after MBS pledged to cut their funding

>Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas agree to delay final transfer of Gaza from Hamas to Palestinian government by 10 days

>Suspected US drone kills 4 in strike on Thur targeting hideout of the Haqqani network along Pakistan’s border with Afghanistan

cc7845 No.276

File: 8cb9a2aba4eedc8⋯.jpg (36.4 KB, 615x472, 615:472, 1506621472653.jpg)

Developments Dec 2

>Israel launches 7 missiles at alleged Iranian base in West Damascus, Syrian Air Defense intercepts 4. A SAA ammo depot was damaged.

>SAA begins moving troops from DeZ to Hama, heading to Ma’an front, primary objective to capture Abu Dali, move to capture Abu Dhuhour Military Airport after

>Tiger Forces make final preparations to clear IS from DeZ governate, set up just south of Al-Asharah

>Syrian chopper was downed by AA missile over W Ghouta region of Damas, Syria blames Israel

>SAA Republican Guard kills HTS commander “Abu Amnah”, after ambushing him and several of his associates along the Hama-Aleppo axis

>SDF announces new campaign in DeZ that will target IS' last positions along E bank of the Euphrates

>Iranian FM; main aim of the US government was “to remove Iran from Syria” and “that’s where they fail, because we are in the region”

>Syria government negotiator quits Geneva talks, says may not return, blaming opposition’s rejection of any role for Assad in transition

>Kurd authorities held local elections in N Syrian, pushing ahead with autonomy plans opposed by Damas/Syria

>IS seize new Afghan foothold after luring Taliban defectors in w districts of Jawzjan province, set up a bomb making school for 300 children

Video of one of the missiles getting hit


32a911 No.288





cc7845 No.289

File: 0c40475cd1805d3⋯.jpg (78.96 KB, 434x386, 217:193, 1507592998403.jpg)

Developments Dec 2

*Yemen: Saleh launches a coup against the Houthis, attempts to seize multiple cities including Sana'a. Houthis are currently counterattacking in Sana'a, Saleh wants to open negotiations with the Saudis and Houthis don't

>Saleh funded Yemen Today TV was raided earlier by Houthis, minutes ago it started broadcasting Houthi propaganda songs. Ali Al-Houthi has supposedly given strict orders to raid all homes and hideouts and kill Saleh on the spot.

>SAA begins moving troops from DeZ to Hama, heading to Ma’an front, primary objective to cap Abu Dali, move to cap Abu Dhuhour Military Airport after

>Tiger Forces make final preparations to clear IS from DeZ governate, set up just south of Al-Asharah

>Syrian chopper was likely downed by AA missile over W Ghouta region of Damas, Syria blames Israel

>SAA Republican Guard kills HTS commander “Abu Amnah”, after ambushing him and several of his associates along the Hama-Aleppo axis

>SDF announces new campaign in DeZ that will target IS' last positions along E bank of the Euphrates

>Syrian government negotiator quits Geneva talks, says may not return, blaming opposition’s rejection of any role for Assad in transition

>Kurd authorities held local elections in N Syria, pushing ahead with autonomy plans opposed by Damascus

>IS seize new Afghan foothold after luring Taliban defectors in w districts of Jawzjan province, set up a bomb making school for 300 children

>Houthis blow up 'Al Zurqaa' tribal sheikh's house in Hajja city today after he tried to join Saleh's call for revolt yesterday. #Yemen


>The control for power continues in #Yemen, in the last few hours Houthi fighters have launched several raids on significant members of GPC and allied tribes. They've taken back a good chunk of military bases and institutions. #Yemen

>#Houthis have been planning this attack for the last few months, they were well equipped, gathering arms discretly for a GPC confrontation and had already pre-planned which locations they would hit, and their significance to the GPC. Tides change rapidly in #Yemen.


Ali Abdullah Saleh, the former pro-Houthi president of Yemen has apparently switched sides which is concerning, however it looks like the Houthis have taken total power and killed/disarmed most militias loyal to him in the last 8-12 hours. Not the normal expected development by any means and smells of Saudi money/influence, Saleh was always largely moderate and open to negotiations when president, which is also why the Saudis wanting him deposed and attacking Yemen was incredibly stupid when he was not opposed to the Saudis and not attacking them but simply friendly to the Houthis.

cc7845 No.290

File: 89bc3221a536c86⋯.png (66.12 KB, 1330x373, 1330:373, 2017-12-03_12-29-54.png)


Developments Dec 2/3*

Also here is a decent tl;dr of the Yemen situation, although i would never say Saleh was able to fully take over Saana or other cities after switching sides due to how quickly the Houthis seized control

cc7845 No.291

Now this

>#Houthi capture #Saudi army fortification in #Jizan.


video of the raid inside Saudi Arabia https://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=cXuPm6yUvo8 (likely to be removed soon)

Along with a ballistic missile attack towards a UAE nuclear plant


source for Saleh's tv channel being captured by Houthis


Macron just called the Iraqi PM Abadi and reassured that he supports the Iraqi gov controlling all border checkpoints and territory, as opposed to the Kurdish Regional Government/KRG

>PM @HaiderAlAbadi receives a call from President @EmmanuelMacron who reiterated France’s support for Iraq’s unity & for the measures taken by @IraqiGovt’s to apply federal jurisdiction in all regions of Iraq including border-crossings


Edit: mislabeled youtube video as missile launch

Post last edited at

a0f7b0 No.294


This stuff going on with Saleh reminds me of what happened with the lebanese ex-PM. Im wondering how the Saudis exert so much control over these important figures. It can't be just money, nobody would switch sides in a city surrounded by people who would kill him if he did for any amount of money.

cc7845 No.295


Through threats to their family along with money influence, the Lebanese PM Hariri (said he would keep position as PM) had 2 sons in Saudi Arabia and Saleh has a son in the UAE that is supposedly an envoy but rumored to be held in custody under house arrest



cc7845 No.296


> the Lebanese PM Hariri (said he would keep position as PM) had 2 sons in Saudi Arabia

A son and a daughter both still in Saudi Arabia rather

a0f7b0 No.297


damned if you do, damned if you dont, this is some fucked up shit. Its good that hezbollah was forgiving but the Houthis look like they're gonna fuck Saleh's shit up if they haven't already. At this point the poor fucker should be fleeing the country

a0f7b0 No.298

File: 9f16c0ea79855dc⋯.png (83.2 KB, 225x225, 1:1, unknown (2).png)


Well it looks like the poor fucker couldnt flee the country

cc7845 No.299

File: 5e3da899db0dedb⋯.jpg (56.43 KB, 540x960, 9:16, Ali Abdullah Saleh.jpg)

File: 688d70962dadc1c⋯.jpg (91.25 KB, 572x621, 572:621, Houthi banter.jpg)

Developments Dec 4

>Former President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh(pic related), has been killed by Houthis, Iranian state TV reports, apparently sniped

>Militant group in the E Ghouta region of Damas fired several missiles into Al-‘Abassiyeen suburb killing and wounding many civilians

>Saudi coalition bombs Sanaa International Airport, 60 killed Sunday in battles between Houthis and forces loyal to former President Saleh

>Yemen govt to grant amnesty to those who cut ties with Houthi rebels

>NE Hama; Qalamoun Shield forces (pro-Assad militia) of 3rd Division stormed town of Al-Rahjan, capturing both the hilltop and farms overlooking it

>Led by Tiger forces, SAA began final DeZ offensive by liberating several areas near Al-Salihiyah, capturing 8 towns from IS

>SAA has managed to take control of the most important hilltops inside the Beit Jinn pocket established fire control over town of Mughar Al-Mir

>Israelis launch airstrikes against a Syrian air defense radar position at Dumair airbase

>Russian Ambassador; Potential of cooperation between US, Russia on Syria still remains

>UAE denies Houthi claims about firing missile toward Abu Dhabi nuclear plant

>Iraqi commanders reject calls by Macron to disband the PMU during a visit to Iraq on Saturday

>Netanyahu likens Iran to Nazi Germany in its ‘commitment to murder Jews’

>Fighting in Saana, Yemen has largely subdued and Houthis remain in power

cc7845 No.301

File: 7d3841150cf1955⋯.jpg (93.43 KB, 720x1017, 80:113, 1512405374238.jpg)

New front likely opening up

>#Syria "Huge military amassing by the SRG #SyrianRepublicanGuard #RepublicanGuard at somewhere in Syria… And literally huge preparations.. To start a new operation.. Your prayers to God's men.."



>#Syria #DeirEzZor VIDEO FOOTAGE This Morning Showing HEAVY #SyAAF #RuAF Air Strikes / Bombardment on the Al Qiţ‘ah / Al-Majawdeh Area Which is about 20-30 KM away from #AbuKamal #AlBukamal #Bukamal #buKamel #Bokamel #Bokamal

>Ahmad Saleh, Son of Ali Abdullah Saleh, was arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from UAE. (pic related)

Not sure if hes anti-Houthi or being used unwillingly as a bargaining chip

Also unclear how many children he has, but there are multiple sons

Another one of his sons was captured by the Houthis


>Report that #Houthi capture Ali #Saleh'a son Halid.

Another Houthi cross-border raid into Saudi Arabia, video of a vehicle being destroyed


>Houthi blew up Saudi army vehicle in Najran.

cc7845 No.302

>#Sanaa: General Ahmed #Saleh, son of killed ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, will lead the pro-#Saleh fighters and is on the way to #Marib in Northern #Yemen.



>Not sure if hes anti-Houthi or being used unwillingly as a bargaining chip

Confirmed pro-Saudi/anti-Houthi

Also pretty likely to end up dead or irrelevant

cc7845 No.304

File: 5582f42db0c0dcb⋯.png (576.69 KB, 1024x539, 1024:539, dJ8Ntq6Me7Dl0iYAXFdLjrPwYy….png)


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec4


>NE Hama Dec 4


>E Ghouta Dec 4


>S Syria Dec 4


>Random Nov20


>N Hama Nov8


Developments Dec 5

>IS claims Homs attack that killed 8 civilians when IED was detonated inside of bus

>SAA advance in Beit Jinn despite Israeli airstrikes, broke HTS lines at Tal Shehab, impose fire control, currently at outskirts of Mughar Al-Mir

>Iran Parliament Speaker; Iran will continue to help Syria fight terrorism as long as it’s necessary

>DeZ; IS nearly encircled at Al-Salihiyah and Al-Jalaa, SAA working to link up with their forces currently positioned N of Albukamal

>NE Hama; SAA storms HTS lines at Al-Rahjan for 3rd day straight, have yet to secure the site lost to HTS days ago

>SDF; K*rds ready to ensure Russian military security E of Euphrates, thanked Russia for assistance in bringing peace to Syria, Putin now has close relations with both the Syrian government and the Rojava K*rds, negotiation with other parties is not needed to end the war anymore

>Report; Netanyahu recently sent a letter to Assad threatening strike on Syria if Iran sets up bases

>Houthis continue to hold 41 journalists hostage inside the Yemen Today broadcaster’s headquarters including one who works for Sputnik news

>Pro-Saudi militias under the command of Hadi begin advance towards Saana under new offensive

>RuAF; six Tu-22M3 long-haul bombers that took off from an airfield in Russia delivered an airstrike on Islamic State terrorists’ targets near the settlement of Al-Sayal in the province of Deir ez-Zor,” the ministry said. “All the targets were destroyed.”

A lot of media is questioning if Patriot missile batteries failed to respond to a Yemeni ballistic missile



Not sure about the credibility of the source but interesting if true

>According to my sources linked to #Yemen, the Houthis upraising and the failure of Ali Abdallah Saleh upraising is also considered a failure for #Russia and a victory for #Iran who discovered the Saudi plan on time.

>#Russia seems happy to strike a deal with #SaudiArabia and exchange Sanaa with Syria. Iran's interception of the plan allowed enough preparation to foil Saleh's move (sources).

>#SudiArabia wanted the fall of #Sanaa only to stop the war and declare victory. Unexpected (planned) gathering of thousands of Houthis in #Sanaa under Mawled al-Nabawi blew up everything in the face of Saleh and MBS.

>Now #SaudiArabia is stuck again: how to stop the war in #Yemen without declaring any victory even small?


Yemen isn't strategically valuable or important to Russia so i wouldn't see Putin being too concerned about them but they certainly aren't friends of the Saudis either, there's always a chance they tipped off Iran about the Saudi plans as well which would explain why the Houthis chose that time to demonstrate. I wouldn't call it a failure/setback for Russia either, more like an unexpected if Putin wasn't just leading on the Saudis bonus

Seems the Germans are shifting their foreign policy away from the US

>American dominance 'becoming history,' Berlin can no longer simply react to US policy – German FM

>“Germany can no longer simply react to US policy but must establish its own position… even after Trump leaves the White House, relations with the US will never be the same,” Gabriel is cited as saying.

>Gabriel accused the US of “no longer see(ing) the world as a global community, but as a fighting arena where everyone has to seek their own advantage. He noted that Europe has to step up to the plate and more strictly define its interests in order to be a major global player.

>“We have to describe our own positions and, if necessary, draw red lines” which would be “based on our own interests,” he said, according to the Süddeutsche Zeitung.

>Gabriel said that although the US will remain Europe’s closest ally, differences with Washington need to be addressed and dealt with in strict terms, AP reported. He cited controversial moves by Washington, including sanctions on Russia which threaten European energy companies, and the increased risk of war if the Iran nuclear deal – dubbed the “worst deal ever negotiated” by Trump – collapses. He also noted the possibility of conflict in the Middle East if Trump recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.


a0f7b0 No.306


>He also noted the possibility of conflict in the Middle East if Trump recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

I don't see how him recognizing Jerusalem changes things all that much. Sure it's gonna throw more fuel onto the fire but even if he didn't do it, the same sort of conflicts would still be happening. Unless for some reason there is a hidden group somewhere that will start a war just for that recognition of Jerusalem.

cc7845 No.309

Developments Dec 6

>Road from Beirut to Tehran open after SAA liberates Euphrates' W bank, IS no longer hold any major towns or cities outside of small rural pockets

>Beit Jinn; SAA plan to split HTS pocket in half according to military sources

>NE Hama; SAA resume offensive to capture Al-Rahjan, again broke through HTS lines at Tal Rahjan, seizing SE hilltop

>SAA restarts Harasta operation on Ahrar Al-Sham, begin storming positions near vehicle base, no gains reported yet

>Turkish/Kurdish media outlets report IS fighters are making their way across Syria in large numbers, intent to reach N Africa

>KSA coalition intensifies Yemen airstrikes as Houthis tighten grip on Sanaa

>Yemen; Tareq Saleh, nephew of ex Pres Saleh has allegedly died in clashes with Houthis in Sanaa

>IDF on high alert after Hamas calls for “day of rage” ahead of embassy move, protests planned in W Bank, Gaza, E Jerusalem, Tel Aviv

>Peskov; Russia concerned about possible deterioration of situation in ME if Jerusalem recognized as Israel's capital by US


>Sure it's gonna throw more fuel onto the fire but even if he didn't do it, the same sort of conflicts would still be happening.

I don't see it causing any kind of immediate large war/conflict but mainly the issue is that its getting the US deeper involved in Israeli politics and more likely to enter in a conflict if Israel does. Also the r/the_zognald cucks are on overdrive trying to shill it as 4d chess and acting as if the US wont follow Israel into a war if there is one, which is naive at best.

> Unless for some reason there is a hidden group somewhere that will start a war just for that recognition of Jerusalem.

Not really, Iraq, Iran, Syria and Lebanon predictably denounced the US moving its embassy and rejected any decision about Jerusalem being the Israeli capital, the only surprising political move is Erdogan/Turkey saying they will cut ties with Israel. Turkey cutting ties with Israel if true might be significant because there is a long range radar station that Israel relies on for early warning systems over Iranian airspace in Turkey, Turkey has recently said they will shut it down and deny Israel access which would blind Israeli early warning missile defenses, Israel would likely have to strike a deal with Saudi Arabia or Qatar if it wants coverage of Iran



2c1683 No.310


I'm a little hopeful, since it's the worst possible time to give Jerusalem to Zog. With Iran strengthened and the collapse of ISIS in Syria. Not even Bush nor Obongo had the balls to do it.

There's also a huge amount of kvetching in the msm and UN.

What are the chances that this is true?

cc7845 No.314

File: 0f38b42f5413798⋯.jpg (136.65 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 19105520_368866250175836_6….jpg)

Developments Dec 7

>SAA makes final push to liberate Al-Rahjan, attacked the farms surrounding town, have not entered it yet

>SAA liberated the entire W bank of Euphrates, have full control over Al-Sukkariyah, Siyal and Ghabrah linking them to Bukamal

>Pentagon; US maintains a force of 2,000 soldiers within Syria, only 503 troops had previously been stated in prior statements

>Last remnants of ISIS are trapped inside 7,200 square kilometers of territory in the western countryside of DeZ

>SAA again storms hilltop of Tal Maqtoul at outskirts of Mughar Al-Mir, broke HTS lines on N flank of hill

>Palestinian activists reported heavy clashes taking place between IDF and locals in W Bank cities of Ramallah, Bethlehem

>Syria to reopen the Goseih Crossing with Lebanon by the end of the year

>Reports by intelligence from various countries and pro-ISIS social media signal major IS ops in Libya, Egypt to start soon

>Iraqi militia Harakat Hezbollah Al-Nujaba threaten to attack U.S. military in Iraq due to Jerusalem decision

Nasrallah now said Hezbollah backs a Palestinian intifada against Israel


According to Lebanese media, Putin is trying to arrange a 3 way meeting between Putin, Assad and Erdogan

http://www.aleppospace.com/?p=15693 (Arabic)

>Lebanon 24 - According to diplomatic sources, Russian President Vladimir Putin is working to arrange a meeting between President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad


>What are the chances that this is true?

You mean Turkey cutting of ties with Israel or chances of a conflict flaring up?

As far as Turkey cutting off ties, hard to say but it may just be rhetoric

There will certainly be some attacks against Israel but i don't think there will be a large scale war just yet

cc7845 No.315

File: 1f357d5d181fa4f⋯.jpg (403.51 KB, 1413x837, 157:93, 08_18-53-42.jpg)

File: 86d40364a4ea72a⋯.jpg (357.9 KB, 1179x878, 1179:878, 08_18-53-03.jpg)


>NE Hama Dec 8


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec7


>Random Dec 5


>E Ghouta Dec 4


>S Syria Dec 4


>N Hama Nov8


Developments Dec 8

>2 Palestinians killed in Gaza by IDF in separate incidents

>Russia plans to suggest peace congress in Libya to end 6 year conflict

>Jihadist civil war in Idlib/Hama Syria has killed 440 militants in last 60 days

>Israel attacks 2 military posts in Gaza, both were unmanned at the time

>Lavrov reiterates Russia has no plans to cooperate with US in Idlib

>Hama-Idlib axis; ISIS capture 6 villages from HTS in last 24 hours

>W Ghouta; SAA continue to storm hilltop of Tal Maqtoul, not been able to push back HTS

>Lavrov; US SoS Tillerson "hinted to me the US is expecting to strike 'deal of the century' to resolve Palestinian-Israeli problem"

>Tillerson; Jerusalem embassy move probably 2 years away

>CENTCOM; US airstrikes on Nov 20 in Yemen killed 5 AQ militants including 2 leaders

>The U.S. Embassy has temporarily restricted movement of its employees outside of the international green zone in Baghdad.

>A high-level defector from Kurdish-led forces that captured the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State has recanted his account of the city’s fall, saying thousands of IS fighters - many more than first reported - left under a secret, U.S.-approved deal.


>Silo was the SDF spokesman and one of the officials who told the media in mid-October - when the deal was reached - that fewer than 300 fighters left Raqqa with their families while others would fight on.

>However, he told Reuters in an interview that the number of fighters who were allowed to go was far higher and the account of a last-ditch battle was a fiction designed to keep journalists away while the evacuation took place.

>He said a U.S. official in the international coalition against Islamic State, whom he did not identify, approved the deal at a meeting with an SDF commander.

Some interesting Russian paintings about the Syrian civil war


Pic related (2nd pic) is a modern remake of the painting "Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks" (first pic), pretty symbolic politically as well

>Reply of the Zaporozhian Cossacks to Sultan Mehmed IV of the Ottoman Empire, also known as Cossacks of Saporog Are Drafting a Manifesto, is a painting by Russian[1] artist Ilya Repin. The 2.03 m (6 foot 7 inch) by 3.58 m (11 foot 9 inch) canvas was started in 1880 and finished in 1891.

>According to the story, the Zaporozhian Cossacks (from 'beyond the rapids', Ukrainian: za porohamy), inhabiting the lands around the lower Dnieper River in Ukraine, had defeated Ottoman Empire forces in battle. However, Mehmed demanded that the Cossacks submit to Turkish rule. The Cossacks, led by Ivan Sirko, replied in an uncharacteristic manner: they wrote a letter, replete with insults and profanities. The painting exhibits the Cossacks' pleasure at striving to come up with ever more base vulgarities. During Repin's time, the Cossacks enjoyed great popular sympathy.

>Zaporozhian Cossacks to the Turkish Sultan!

>O sultan, Turkish devil and damned devil's kith and kin, secretary to Lucifer himself. What the devil kind of knight are thou, that canst not slay a hedgehog with your naked arse? The devil shits, and your army eats. Thou shalt not, thou son of a whore, make subjects of Christian sons; we have no fear of your army, by land and by sea we will battle with thee, fuck thy mother. Thou Babylonian scullion, Macedonian wheelwright, brewer of Jerusalem, goat-fucker of Alexandria, swineherd of Greater and Lesser Egypt, pig of Armenia, Podolian thief, catamite of Tartary, hangman of Kamyanets, and fool of all the world and underworld, an idiot before God, grandson of the Serpent, and the crick in our dick. Pig's snout, mare's arse, slaughterhouse cur, unchristened brow, screw thine own mother! So the Zaporozhians declare, you lowlife. You won't even be herding pigs for the Christians. Now we'll conclude, for we don't know the date and don't own a calendar; the moon's in the sky, the year with the Lord, the day's the same over here as it is over there; for this kiss our arse!

466bf9 No.316

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File: 1052eb978518809⋯.png (1.03 MB, 987x2653, 141:379, 2017-12-09_-_Pakistani_Air….png)

>25 injured in Israeli strike on Gaza after rocket attacks (more to come)

>At least 25 Palestinians, including six children, have been wounded after the Israeli Air Force bombed alleged Hamas targets inside Gaza. The IDF says the airstrikes were in retaliation for 3 rocket attacks launched from the enclave into Israeli territory.



The Israel-first white house policy is on display for the world to see yet again. Most Americans didn't want this but since it was a (((bipartisan effort))), no one has the right to complain. Now let's talk about some of the potential positive aspects.

1- Any peace process will not have significant US involvement (total lack of credibility).

2- Thanks to the incompetence and total arrogance of certain countries, Iran has gained a ton of credibility over the last few years. This latest zionist "chess move" will also make Iran stronger.

3- It will expose once more the pro-Israeli position taken by the governments of Jordan, Egypt and other countries.

>Putin to visit Turkey on Monday for talks with Erdogan on Mid-East, Syria

>Russian President Vladimir Putin will make a working visit to Turkey on December 11, the Kremlin’s press service said Friday. Bilateral issues and international problems will be discussed at the talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, including the situation in the Middle East and the Syrian settlement, TASS said. On Thursday, Putin and Erdogan spoke by phone and expressed serious concern in connection with the US decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

>Pakistani Air Force ordered to shoot down US drones



>When you let the US do everything it wants in your country but you still get the scapegoat treatment for ZOG failures.

This was entirely predictable given the Afghanistan speech by Trump. Pakistan has a very good relationship with China so expect them to cooperate even more on defense projects, energy and trade. I know some will probably laugh about the space program part, but competing with India is pretty serious business over there. They'll have the Chinese and possibly Russians help so years from now, they could end up with a decent program.

cc7845 No.319

File: b8dd644d1947b12⋯.jpg (326.17 KB, 2048x1565, 2048:1565, DQoHEqiUQAAtXiS.jpg)

Developments Dec 9

>Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi announced that ISIS was fully expelled from Iraq

>Large Turkish Army convoy enters northwest Syria, heads to Kurdish frontlines according to Lebanese media

>Heavy Russian airstrikes on N Hama

>ISIS starts infighting among rebels in Idlib and attacking HTS

>SAA made advances near the Golan heights and is close to ending the Beit Jinn pocket

>Lebanon urges Arab League to sanction US over Jerusalem decision

Multiple sources for a confrontation between a F-22 and 2 SU-25s that ended after a SU-35 entered the area

>According to Russian @zvezdanews on November 23rd USAF F-22 actively prevented combat action of the RuAF Su-25 pair in Syria over the Mayadin.


>F-22 allegedly deployed decoy flares and air brakes with permanent maneuvering this simulating and air battle. After the appearance of RuAF Su-35, USAF F-22 retreated into the #Iraq airspace.


Tiger forces preparing for an Idlib operation


>Storm #Forces_Tiger Prepare for the #Battle of #Idlib



>1- Any peace process will not have significant US involvement (total lack of credibility).

Nobody will look at the US as credible (except Israel/Saudis) but the US will surely try and insert itself into Israeli/Palestinian politics anyway due to world police syndrome, US-Israeli involvement is certainly becoming more disdained though

> Pakistan has a very good relationship with China so expect them to cooperate even more on defense projects, energy and trade.

Pakistan certainly has a good relationship to China, until recently China and the US were their source for nearly all weapons/equipment since Russia had a weapons embargo due to close relations with India

We'll see how far they act out against the US or strike any drones, but i suspect its just rhetoric for their nationalist fan base and they aren't willing to seriously damage ties with the US, which have been historically close

cc7845 No.320


>Multiple sources for a confrontation between a F-22 and 2 SU-25s that ended after a SU-35 entered the area

Meant to include these as well



466bf9 No.322

File: d72c40d83a62d97⋯.png (2.62 MB, 1009x3664, 1009:3664, 2017-12-11_-_Putin_orders_….png)

File: 5f48a5ab4f0d3c0⋯.mp4 (7.48 MB, 854x480, 427:240, 2017-12-11_-_Putin_announc….mp4)

>Putin orders withdrawal of Russian troops from Syria during surprise visit to Khmeimim Airbase



>SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): “Syria has been saved as a sovereign and independent state. Refugees are returning to their homes. The conditions for the political settlement [of the conflict] have been created under the auspices of the United Nations. In accordance with the international agreements, the Russian Centre for the Reconciliation of Warring Parties continues to operate in Syria. Two [military] bases will be operating on a permanent basis in Tartus and Khmeimim. If terrorists raise their heads again, we will carry out such strikes on them which they have never seen. In just over two years, the Russian armed forces, together with the Syrian army, defeated one of the most capable groups of international terrorists. Therefore, I have made a decision - a significant part of the Russian troop contingent located in Syria is returning home to Russia. You are returning to your homes, families, parents, wives, children and friends, with victory. I order the defence minister and the chief of general staff to start withdrawing the Russian troops to their permanent bases. Your homeland is awaiting you. Farewell, my friends. Thank you for your service.”

466bf9 No.323

File: 9d675f883a2d6ae⋯.mp4 (9.41 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 2017-12-11_-_Putin_visits_….mp4)

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466bf9 No.324

File: 06c00122d3d20c8⋯.mp4 (7.94 MB, 848x472, 106:59, 2017-12-11_-_Putin_visits_….mp4)

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This didn't make the news too much from what I've seen but General Suheil al-Hassan was also there. I recorded a short video from a Ruptly stream.

466bf9 No.325

File: 1b70a2668e1a3f1⋯.png (817.73 KB, 1006x1138, 503:569, 2017-12-11_-_Erdogan_Issue….png)

>Erdogan: Issue of Russian S-400 delivery to Turkey will be resolved this week



cc7845 No.326

File: 0f9c35a59cffacb⋯.png (543.58 KB, 653x423, 653:423, 5TzYgquhYHvTqjZjYj_ocGNkkJ….png)


>NE Hama Dec 8


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec7


>Random Dec 5


>E Ghouta Dec 4


>S Syria Dec 4


>N Hama Nov8


Developments Dec 10

>Iraq declares end to ISIS in Iraq, liberates all territory held by ISIS, Baghdad celebrates and holds military parade

>ISIS launches counteroffensive against SDF with reinforcements from Iraq

>SAA blitzes into southern Idlib, liberate 7 villages while Tigers redeploy to 'an unexpected front'

>Hashd completed 100 km long security trench along Iraqi-Saudi borders with 2nd Brigade Hashd in charge of ongoing security

>Houthis cut pro-Hadi forces road between Khukhah and Yakhtul, encircle pro-Hadi forces in Hodeydah prov.

>SAA took over Tal Bard`aya and Tal Shihab near Beit Jinn

>SAA seizes massive arsenals left by ISIS, sets plans to build entire brigades with newly-seized weapons, many of which are western made

>Lebanese protesters clash with police near US Embassy

>SAA launches operation to clear out DeZ/Homs desert, liberates 2000km2 area

>Erdogan slams Israel, calls it "Terror State"

>Turkish interior minister Süleyman Soylu meets his Iranian counterpart in Tehran

>Israel, Free Syrian Army to launch joint offensive in southern Syria

>Al-Qaeda emir in southern Syria assassinated mysteriously

>Scores of Saudi, Sudanese soldiers killed by Houthis in failed offensive

>US F-22 tried to prevent Russian warplanes from bombing ISIS in Euphrates Valley


> Two [military] bases will be operating on a permanent basis in Tartus and Khmeimim.

10 jets and a unknown number of helicopters are permanently deployed IIRC


>but General Suheil al-Hassan was also there.

Putin directly addressed him as part of the speech

>Putin praised Major General Suheil Al-Hassan for his heroics on the battlefield, as well his impressive results against the terrorist groups inside Syria.


Its still unclear exactly how much will be transferred, if it will just be missiles/tubes and trucks along with no electronics or full systems, Russia already rejected handing over technical blueprints and electronic schematics and the systems transferred to Turkey will almost certainly be a modified export model

cc7845 No.327

File: 3b51baeebb850d9⋯.jpg (450.15 KB, 2048x1575, 2048:1575, 502b1c419a46f7ac1be0966644….jpg)

Developments Dec 12

>Iraq to take part in Astana talks

>Reinforcements from SAA 4th Armored division and NDF arrive in Western rural side of Damascus for Beit Jinn offensive

>ISIS launch large offensive against SAA/allies, crossing from the E bank of the Euphrates, after heavy clashes IS were driven back

>SAA begins offensive to capture Mughar Al-Mir, heavy shelling and air strikes to be followed by 42nd Brig, 4th mech storming the town

>Russian military police battalion of the Southern Military District arrives home after Syria mission

>Yemen; KSA airstrikes hit more civilian targets in Sana’a

>UN experts do not confirm Iran link to Yemen missiles after debris inspection

>Iraqi government Report; Saudis comprise largest number of foreign terrorists arrested in Iraq

>IDF launch more retaliatory attacks on Hamas posts in northern Gaza after a number of rockets were fired into Israel

>Armed forces of Afghanistan preparing for large offensive against ISIS in the northern provinces of Sari Pul, Faryab and Jowzjan

>EU tells Netanyahu it rejects Trump's Jerusalem move


>Staffan De Mistura informed the Syrian opposition delegation:

>• they no longer have the international support.

>• if #Geneva talks failed they will have to talk in Sochi where #Russia will force its terms on them.

>• Syrian government is no longer willing to negotiate with them.

Russia Says No Reason for Assad to Give Up Syria Leadership


>Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should be allowed to run for re-election, Russia’s top envoy for Syria said, dismissing Western efforts to condition reconstruction aid on the departure of a leader blamed for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of his citizens.

>“I don’t see why he shouldn’t or wouldn’t run for another presidential term,” Alexander Lavrentiev, appointed by the Kremlin to steer the Syria peace process, told Bloomberg in an interview in Ankara. “This is entirely up to him.”

>Turkey No Longer Sees Syrian Government as a Threat - Foreign Ministry



>Turkey's foreign minister has explained Ankara's position regarding the Syrian government and Kurdish People's Protection Units in light of Daesh's recent defeat and the state forces gaining control over the majority of territories previously seized by the opposition or militants.

>"Currently, there is no need to speak about the Syrian regime [government] being a threat to us," Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has stated.

>He has clarified that Ankara would coordinate an operation against the Syrian K*rds with Russia if it was necessary.

>Turkey does not oppose the K*rds' participation in the Syrian peace settlement, the minister explained, adding that Ankara has handed Moscow a list of Kurdish forces it was ready to work with.

Rebel leadership confirms the Syrian gov denied allowing negotiations


>The Syrian opposition claims the government delegation to the Geneva peace talks is coming up with new conditions, making it difficult to move forward.

>Opposition spokesman Yahya Aridi said on Tuesday that the Damascus delegation told UN envoy Staffan de Mistura they won't negotiate directly. He said de Mistura told them about the government's stance.

>Aridi says the opposition delegates "consider this to be a precondition." There was no immediate response from the government team in Switzerland.

cc7845 No.331

File: 9e8a1f3e9b9b421⋯.jpg (282.05 KB, 720x960, 3:4, 1513209219174.jpg)


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


>N Hama Dec 10


>Beit Jinn Dec 9


>NE Hama Dec 8


>Random Dec 5


>E Ghouta Dec 4


Developments Dec 13

>Iraqi Army not joining forces with US-backed SDF as was reported 2 days ago by pro-Kurd sources

>Heavy ISIS offensive in DeZ, IS claims to have recaptured several towns from the SAA, including Al-Salihiyah

>Commander of Russian forces in Syria honors Tiger Forces commanders with official award for their efforts in Bukamal, region

>NE Hama; SAA continue to advance against HTS/Jaysh Al-Izza, capturing hilltop of Tal SyriaTel, push to Musharifah next

>US 'sees no future for Assad in Syria', adding 'it may take time for the Syrian people to be able to vote for next leader'

>KSA jets target Yemen’s military police HQ in Sana’a, killing 39, injuring 80, other strikes kill 4 in Sa’ada, 11 in Ta’izz

>Mossad attempting to recruit Lebanese citizens via social media: General Security

>Israeli warplanes bombed multiple sites in the Gaza Strip today, including Khan Yunis and Beit Lahiya

>Emergency OIC meeting on Jerusalem kicks off in Istanbul, 57 majority Islamic nations are in attendance

>Congress takes no action on Iran sanctions as deadline passes

>Iran to seal deal with Russia-led trade bloc soon

>OIC declares East Jerusalem as Palestinian capital

>What the mainstream media won’t show you: Syria’s Damascus, where Christians have dwelled for 2,000 years, is lit up and all set for Christmas.


More Kurd butthurt inbound


>#BREAKING - #Iraqi #PMU reinforcements arrive to Tuz Khurmato to combat #Kurdish Islamic group "The White Flag" led by pro-Barzani KDP Assi Qawali, currently working with remains of #ISIS to attack Tuz Khurmato. PMU deployment a response to White Flags shelling of the city.

Also one of the regular posters on halfchan /sg/ who lives in Syria is doing a livestream tomorrow (Thursday) at 10PM Damascus time (3PM EST)

>Reminder Homsi stream Thursday Dec.14th at 10PM Damas time (GMT+2)


d5a7d3 No.333

Has /sg/ finally been banned on kikefypol? Searched through the catalog but couldn't find any thread

cc7845 No.334

File: 154c938ca9e5040⋯.jpg (282.7 KB, 720x1007, 720:1007, 0e76a49dae86c93789718ac991….jpg)


>Random Dec 14


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


>N Hama Dec 10


>Beit Jinn Dec 9


>NE Hama Dec 8


>E Ghouta Dec 4


Developments Dec 14

>Syrian security forces foil terrorist attack in Damascus after dismantling car bomb in Kafr Souseh neighborhood

>Russian air campaign in Syria has largely reached end goal – Peskov

>RuAf launched several airstrikes over Idlib/Hama governorates today, targeting HTS near Abu Dhuhour Military Airport

>SAA, IRGC ready reinforcements for ISIS counter offensive in Al-Mayadeen

>Israel will close 2 border crossings in Gaza Strip over security concerns

>Israeli minister; If Hezbollah starts another war with Israel, the Israelis will destroy Lebanon

>Iraqi Security Forces/PMU launch major security op against ISIS to clear Mutaybjiya region located east of Tikrit

>King Salman condemns US decision on Jerusalem

>The Israeli Intelligence Minister invited MBS (new Saudi crown prince) to visit Israel, become new official mediator in future Palestine peace talks

>KSA backed military coalition to provide logistical, intelligence and training to new West African counter-terrorism G5 Sahel force


More or less, yes

466bf9 No.336

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You could say that. I don't even get involved in any Syria-related discussions over there unless something major happens and (((anons))) spread (((think-tanks))) talking points.

I could use TOR but I've had enough of all the bullshit. If I was a few years younger, I'd see things differently but I have less patience now. Going back to 2014 moderation would require a change in ownership of 8ch and 4chan is not an option. So better get /comfy/ on this board while it's still relatively unknown.

Let me just clarify: I'm not trying to discourage anyone. If /sg/ wants to keep triggering the current mods on /pol/ I'm fine with that. I was there in the last thread when it all went to shit and got banned a few times. I still don't think it was a mistake to use a modified Houthi slogan in the OP.

Moving on…

>Saudi Arabia & ‘their Western handlers’ behind Syria peace talks failure – Damascus envoy



Staffan de Mistura is ready for retirement (40+ years working in the UN).

cc7845 No.337

File: cd1529fe4da9f5c⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1058x794, 529:397, 1513385258319.png)

Developments Dec 15

>Hama; ISIS continued their offensive against HTS near the Idlib border, intense clashes in Rasm Al-Hammmam ongoing

>Yarmouk Camp; ISIS launches large offensive attacking SAA troops, then rebel forces, no ISIS gains reported, clashes continue

>West Ghouta; SAA continue offensive in Beit Jinn, recapture and impose full control over hilltop of Tal Al-Ahmar

>Konashenkov; Pentagon’s doubts over Russia’s Syria pullout shows US has no real data

>Konashenkov continued; “There is no longer any basis or pretext for a U.S. military presence in Syria”

>Houthi leader to Haley, “Had we imported Iranian missiles, then we would have boosted our air-defense system” against KSA jets

>‘Netanyahu is calling shots as US beats drums of war vs Iran' – CIA veteran

>Bethlehem; Intense fighting breaks out between IDF/Palestinians, resulting in heavy gunfire, no casualties reported

>Saudi foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir says the kingdom has a “roadmap” to establish full diplomatic ties with Tel Aviv

>Iraq has executed 38 members of IS and AQ by hanging, all were Iraqi nationals and one also had Swedish citizenship

The Iraqi military has apparently arrested the head of the white flags, a Kurdish organization loyal to Barzani who started fighting the Iraqi gov after all other Kurdish groups surrendered/dropped independence claims

>Another statement, this time a bit more detailed and by an ISF source.

>Assi Qawali, leader of the White Flags, is in the custody of the National Security Service. Now what is left to be understood is the actual size of this group and other leaders in the organization.


Not sure how reliable this actually is, it would be nice to actually see pictures

>A number of the Chinese elite special forces known as Night Tigers arrived at Tartous port a few days ago, sources claim.


>Lebanese news site al-Mayadeen linked the visit by Syrian presidential advisor Mrs. Butheina Shaaban to Beijing last month and the existence of a number of members of the East Turkestan Islamist Party in Damascus countryside.

>Syrian presidential advisor Mrs. Shaaban expressed the Syrian government’s interest in Chinese president Xi Jinping’s One Belt One Road initiative during a meeting with Chinese minister of foreign affairs Wang Yi end of last November. Mrs. Shaaban praised the initiative as it will help eliminate humanity from wars and conflicts and to build a secure future where people feel they’re in one world and equal in dignity and humanity.

>Chinese Army has been regularly sending military advisors to Syria since the mid-2016 visit of Chinese Rear Admiral Guan Youfei, deputy director for the Chinese Defense Ministry’s foreign affairs to Damascus and his meeting with Syrian minister of defense General Fahd Jassem al-Freij.

>Al Mayadeen adds that Syrian authorities have approved the dispatch of 5000 Chinese servicemen to the country.

cc7845 No.338

File: 0a034d9bf8d3c9a⋯.jpg (130.76 KB, 813x576, 271:192, 1513623323869.jpg)

Developments Dec 18

>SAA captures hilltop of Tal Marwan, HTS at Mughar Al-Mir waves white flag, requests transport to Idlib

>Assad; Russia to play key role in post-war reconstruction, Kurd militias 'traitors' to Syria

>Idlib, SAA capture town of Al-Ruwaida from HTS after strong assault from the south

>N Hama; RuAf airstrikes pave way for SAA in successful counter-offensive, capture Tal Zalaqiyat, along with the checkpoints surounding hilltop

>Highest ranking Sharia sheikh of the FSA in W Aleppo assassinated today after his vehicle struck an IED

>Turkish-backed FSA ready to ‘clean YPG out’ from Afrin – FSA commander

>Iraqi forces declare Salaheddine province ISIS-free after op in Mutaibija area

>Lebanese President blasts Israel in meeting with UN official over repeated resolution violations

>U.S. vetoes U.N. call for withdrawal of Trump Jerusalem decision

>Tehran reopens all border posts with Iraqi Kurdistan

>Iraq will use drones to protect pipelines – ministry

>#Israel used the Lora ballistic missile during their latest attack against the #SAA north of #Damascus Pantsir/Buk systems managed to shoot down 3 missiles from 5 while flying on speed around 300 meter per second.


>Assad slams Kurdish forces: ‘Those who work with foreigners against their army are traitors’

>BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:20 P.M.) – The Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Rogozin, made a scheduled visit to Damascus on Monday to meet with Syrian President, Bashar Al-Assad.

>Following the meeting with Rogozin, the Syrian President spoke to the press, detailing the discussion he had with the Russian Deputy Prime Minister.

>Assad slammed the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces for their allegiance to a foreign entity that is opposed to the Syrian Army and state government.

>“Those who work with foreigners against their own people and army are traitors; this is our stance on groups working with the Americans,” the Syrian President stated.


cc7845 No.342

File: fe85a2cfc872d8d⋯.jpg (92.13 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 1513891632708.jpg)


>N Hama Dec 21


>Random Dec 14


>Beit Jinn Dec 16


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


>NE Hama Dec8


>E Ghouta Dec4


Developments Dec 21

>SAA imposes fire control over Beit Jinn after weeks of fighting, capture nearly all hilltops in region

>Aleppo; Rebels target civilians with rockets, artillery after thousands celebrate 1 year anniversary of liberation, kill 3

>N Latakia; Both SAA and Islamist militias move large amounts of reinforcements to area

>Syrian FM; “There is another Daesh called the SDF…Give up or share the same fate as Daesh”

>SE Aleppo; SAA recovers after heavy losses yesterday, storms, captures Al-Hawarin

>DeZ; SDF not able to break ISIS' hold on Shaitat tribal region, repelled by ISIS who also hold town of Abu Hardub

>N Aleppo; Syrian pro-govt forces, Turkish-backed militias exchange fire near disputed Tadef, Syrian forces hold south of town, militants north

>Duma approves motion by Putin admin to expand Russian naval refueling facility as full fledged naval to hold entire strike fleet

>Syria Damascus; Deal between IS and Syrian govt, SAA to release several female ISIS members and wives, IS to return 2 govt fighters bodies

>AP report; Mosul casualty report rises from original figure by Iraqi govt of 1,260 to 9,000+

>India may purchase Russian attack choppers on behalf of Afghan AF to increase the latter's capabilities against jihadists

cc7845 No.346

Some more important news

>#Syria #Russia #Russian : Russia: Committee of defence of the Russian federation: With the expansion of the Russian fleet's base in Tartous, nuclear cruisers will be able to enter it.


>Egypt and Syria to link up their electricity network, likely through Jordan


>DeirEzzor Military Council backed by YPG launched attacked on SAA-held Khasham town yesterday, a dozen SDF militants were killed/arrested


>The SAA is now shelling the positions of the SDF on the eastern bank of the Euphrates river

>I have no doubts that all the Deir Ezzor Military Council is behind all the problems there


>Kurdish offensive against Syrian Army produces embarrassing results

>BEIRUT, LEBANON (7:50 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army has driven back an assault by Coalition-backed Kurdish-led militias that was unleashed against its forces at a key town in the east Syrian province of Deir Ezzor.

>According to pro-government sources, Thursday morning witnessed pro-Coalition militias operating under the Syrian Democratic Forces alliance attack units of the Syrian Arab Army on the east Euphrates shore.

>The Kurdish-led assault was delivered against the government-held town Khasham.

>After hours of firefights, the Syrian Army managed to repel the attack, killing and capturing at least 12 pro-Coalition militants.

>Many questions arise from this event. At the present time no information exists on what inspired Coalition-led fighters to so suddenly attack Syrian pro-government forces.

>Several days ago, Al-Masdar News reported that Syrian army-led forces were withdrawing from Khasham in order to surrender it to pro-Coalition militias. In the event, it has become apparent that Syrian troops did not retreat from the town.

>Based on this, it is possible that the contested nature of Khasham itself served as the pretext for the escalation that has been witnessed today.


cc7845 No.347

File: 6b2e07345c91ba1⋯.jpg (205.57 KB, 848x1199, 848:1199, 1513976078644.jpg)


>N Hama Dec 22


>Beit Jinn Dec 22


Developments December 22

>Astana 8; Russia, Turkey, Iran agree to work on releasing detainees, demining

>Beit Jinn; HTS refuse to hand over Israeli agents & collaborators to SAA, still want to be relocated. SAA reaches Mazaraat gates

>DeZ; IS attacks US-backed forces in order to capture Al-Umar Oil Fields. SAA repels SDF attack on Khasham town

>N Hama; HTS faild to recover territory lost to SAA this week

>Jaafari; Syrian government demands Turkish, US troops immediate withdrawal, occupying Syrian territory is a blatant act of aggression

>Idlib; HTS attacks IS positions, re-takes half of land lost in Dec

>SAA starts using armed drones to bomb Islamist rebels

>2 Uighur jihadist commanders from Western China found dead in Idlib

>US ‘experts’; IS preparing another offensive to capture Palmyra

>Report from a FSA source; US suspends support for FSA in North and Southern Syria, closes operations rooms in Turkey&Jordan

>Yemen:Emirati-backed forces want to declare South Yemen independence

>Houthis fired another ballistic missile at Saudi Arabia, conflicting reports about whether it was intercepted

>Russian special envoy: Syrian National Dialogue Congress to be held in Sochi from January 29-30 includes "a large number" of K*rds, but excludes the PYD.

>Australia to end air strike campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria

>U.S. Congressmen introduce "No Assistance for Assad Act"

Russian article that mentions Iskander ballistic missiles have now been deployed and used in Syria, not a necessity against the rebels but they could be a potential threat to Israel or meant to send a message since they are hypersonic/maneuverable and difficult to intercept


>Syrian Army Shells Positions Of US-backed Forces On Eastern Bank Of Euphrates River


>On December 21, the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) shelled several positions of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the town of al-Busayrah on the eastern bank of the Euphrates River in the southeastern Deir Ezzor countryside, according to the Kurdish Hawar News Agency (ANHA). These claims are not yet confirmed by any official sources.

>One day earlier, units of the SDF’s Deir Ezzor Military Council (DMC) attacked SAA oppositions in the village Khasham north of al-Busayrah, acceding to Syrian local sources. The sources revealed on December 21 that twelve fighters of the SDF were killed during the failed attack.

>This wave of Kurdish accusations against the SAA was highly expected by observers after Syrian President Bashar al-Assad described US-backed forces in eastern Syria as “traitors” during a meeting with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on December 18.

>Joint statement by Iran, Russia and Turkey on the International Meeting on Syria in Astana, 21-22 December 2017



#BREAKING - Life of #Kurdish opposition leader in jeopardy. Urgent appeals made by Kurdish opposition party 'New Generation' over the life of party leader Shaswar Abdulwahid, detained by #Kurdistan Regional Government citing he encouraged 'terrorism', referring to protests.


cc7845 No.351

Developments December 23/24

>Homs, Syria; IS attacks SAA positions in Humaymah town

>DeZ, SAA reinforcements sent to Bukamal to defend against IS attacks

>North Homs; This week 130+ rebels surrendered to SAA

>Beit Jinn; SAA captured Khirbat Herakl area, Al-Menbeij and Halat

>idlib; Rebel infighting over land & medicine between Faylak al-Sham &HTS in Kharbanush village

>Liwa Al Quds move to Hama governate for upcoming Idlib offensive

>Lebanese Army arrests several HTS members near Israeli border

>US will train K*rds, Arab fighters to prevent ‘resurgence of ISIS’

>SDF Report; SDF destroys several TFSA command centers in Northern Syria in retaliation of TFSA attack on towns near Afrin

>SAA shells positions of foreign jihadists in Latakia

>Russia claims IS has over 10k troops in Afghanistan, more coming

>Iraqi forces, IS exchange artillery fire across Syria border

>Yemen; Houthis shell Saudi and Emirati troops with missile strikes, advance in Western Yemen capturing Yakhtul area

>The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has agreed to lift sanctions imposed on Iraq when the country invaded Kuwait 27 years ago.

466bf9 No.353

File: 64e533a731e3737⋯.png (947.38 KB, 1004x2694, 502:1347, 2017-12-03_-_Clinton_mega-….png)

File: b66f04d1a511225⋯.jpg (92.58 KB, 979x762, 979:762, b66f04d1a51122554b6a818bc9….jpg)

Merry Christmas /sg/. Sadly, I'm not quite sure Christians have anything to celebrate (pic related).

Meanwhile, It's business as usual on /pol/. PR & damage control for Trump is in overdrive and "anons" simply prefer to ignore inconvenient details like Jared Kushner. By the way, if you want your threads to get stickied over there, just post Vanityfair or Jew York Times articles.

>Palestinians outraged by Israel’s ‘colonial construction plan’ for East Jerusalem



466bf9 No.354

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This pic should have been included in the previous reply.

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cc7845 No.355

File: 729d6c22aab2322⋯.jpg (81.22 KB, 600x800, 3:4, Syrian Army Santa.jpg)


>Beit Jinn Dec 23


>N Hama Dec 22


>Random Dec 14


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


>NE Hama Dec8


>E Ghouta Dec4


Developments December 24

>Beit Jin: SAA advances against HTS and captures Hankarat area. SAA demands jihadists to surrender all pocket, militants accept SAA terms and full surrender

>SAA reinforcements arrive in Hama for upcoming Idlib offensive. RuAF bombs HTS positions in Idlib

>HTS attacks SAA in North Latakia

>East Ghouta:Rebels plan offensive to capture strategic base in Harasta suburb

>Free Syria police exposed by BBC for aiding terrorist groups claims it's founding resumed after being suspended in December due to BBC documentary

>Erdogan: Russia,Turkey to evacuate 500 people from East Ghouta in need of humanitarian aid

>Southern Front rebel group loyal to FSA said will not take part in Sochi peace talks

>Russian military completes partial withdrawal from Syria

>Russian Official: Saudi Arabia Pressures Syrian Opposition To Drop “Assad Must Go” Mantra

>Nikki Haley pranked: US continues to remind Moscow of it's place in regards to Binomo(made up island)

>Houthis prepares for new year offensive against Saudi Arabia

>Saudi forces enter Houthi stronghold of Al-Bayda gov.

>Saudi airstrike kills 48 civilians in North Yemen. Saudi airstrike on protest in support of Palestine in Saana kills 4, injures 12

>Breaking: Beit Jenn pocket battle is over, militants accept #SAA terms and full surrender, more details to follow soon on @TheArabSource


>Iraqi PM gives Kurdish Region list of 13 conditions for returning to negotiations. Among these are turnover of border crossings, return to 2003 borders (pre-US invasion), Iraqi control of all oil revenues & Peshmerga fully under Baghdad's control.


Merry Christmas /sg/


>Merry Christmas /sg/. Sadly, I'm not quite sure Christians have anything to celebrate (pic related).

Not so much in the west but i would say the return of mass Christian/Christmas celebrations in Syria and Iraq to be a good thing




cc7845 No.357

File: 501ce25079f7074⋯.jpg (104.98 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 1514164643980.jpg)

Developments December 26

>Idlib operation starts, Tiger Forces advance in Southern Idlib

>L-39 Warplane Of Syrian Air Force Crashed In Northern Hama, Pilot executed by Ahrar Al-Sham

>Beit Jin: Jihadis accept terms of surrender, set to evacuate pocket over 72-hour period

>Russia Forming Permanent Force At Syria’s Tartus And Hmeymim Bases

>Free Syrian Army officially rejects Sochi peace talks

>42nd Mechanized heads to southern Damascus after victory near Israeli border

Russia is enlarging the Tartous naval base to be able to hold and service nuclear powered ships, also Syria signed a 49 year rent-free lease with Russia for Russian use of the Syrian naval base and air bases


>The bases in Tartus and Khmeimim are among a handful of military installations Russia has in foreign nations. Earlier this year, Russia and Syria finalized an agreement regulating the presence of Russian troops in Syria. Khmeimim Airbase, located near Latakia, and the naval site in the port city of Tartus have both been handed over to Russia for 49 years lease-free, and with a condition of automatic extension unless either country chooses to terminate the deal. The Russian parliament ratified the Khmeimim deal in July and the Tartus deal on Tuesday.

>The Russian Navy, however, reportedly intends to expand the facility significantly. Under the agreement with Syria, the future base would be allowed to host up to 11 Russian warships, including those with a nuclear power plant. At the moment there is only one Russian nuclear-propelled military surface ship, the 24,000-ton battlecruiser ‘Pyotr Velikiy’, although Russia will soon have a nuclear icebreaker – albeit which is unlikely to be given a mission in the Mediterranean – while a brand new Lider-class destroyer project is at the design stage.

>#NorthEasternHama #NorthEastHama BRAND NEW VIDEO OF TERRORIST JIHADIST WITH THE DEAD SYRIAN AIR FORCE PILOT WHO’S L-39 WAS SHOT DOWN 15 Minutes Ago (Might have been Killed after he landed and was captured)


>PM @HaiderAlAbadi: We do not have a dispute with Kurdistan region. All outstanding issues with the region stem from transgressions by the Kurdish authorities and their failure to accept the illegality of the referendum




cc7845 No.359


>N Hama Dec 27


>Beit Jinn Dec 27


>NE Hama Dec27


>Random Dec 14


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


>E Ghouta Dec4


Developments December 27/28

>Idlib: Tiger Forces liberate multiple settlements today, including Mushayrifah and Abu Dali

>Beit Jinn: Evacuation halted till Friday due to rebel groups conflict over surrendering terms. SAA captures Mughar Al-Mir town

>Syrian government blasts back at Erdogan over ‘terrorist’ comments

>Over 100 wanted people surrender themselves in Aleppo

>DeZ: SDF captures the town of Suneida in Shaitat Tribal Region

>US Secretary of State reiterates ‘Assad must go’

>Opposition leader Jarba meets with Russian FM Lavrov in Moscow

>Netanyahu issues another threat to Iran, Syria, and Hamas

>Russian missile system tracked US jets in east Syria

>Putin honors Russian Armed Forces for Syria sacrifice

>Reports: Syrian Army To Launch Military Operation Against ISIS South Of Damascus

>Putin: Russian bases in Syria are crucial to preserving national security

>Yemeni ballistic missile reportedly hits Saudi-backed mercenary camp

>Saudi airstrikes kill 68 Yemenis in 24 hours: UN

>US-led coalition won't attack ISIS in govt-controlled areas of Syria – commander


But they will bomb the SAA in government controlled areas

> Fighters from US-backed SDF describe unimpeded ISIS exodus from Raqqa on their watch


>RT’s Ruptly video news agency has spoken with SDF fighters in Syria, who confirmed for the first time that Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) militants freely left Raqqa in what was previously described by a BBC investigative report as an IS “exodus.” The SDF fighters were on watch when they witnessed and filmed heavy trucks, buses and cars carrying IS militants from the liberated city.

>“We saw them with our own eyes. I was on shift at the grain containers turnabout when IS were leaving. There were many of them, we were not afraid of them,” one SDF fighter told Ruptly in late November. He showed the footage featuring the convoy on his mobile phone, saying that he had recorded it and kept it.

>“I saw IS, they left with locomotives and buses, they took their luggage and headed towards Rumelan,” another SDF fighter said. “They carried on till Deir [ez-Zor]. I don’t know where they headed to after that, whether to Abu-Kamal or to Mayadeen, they took that road."

>He added there were about 1,000 injured IS fighters and about 2,000 who seemed unhurt.

>In November, the BBC reported that a “secret deal” between the US and British-led coalition and the Kurdish forces allowed hundreds of IS terrorists to leave Raqqa peacefully in a long convoy comprised of up to 50 trucks, more than a dozen buses and around 100 other vehicles. Initially neither the coalition nor the Kurdish forces admitted their part in giving free passage to the terrorists. However, Col Ryan Dillon, spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, later said the deal was never a secret, confirming Washington accepted the agreement.

466bf9 No.360

File: 174441ba6d14e11⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1004x1804, 251:451, 2017-12-29_-_US_Israel_sig….png)

File: 601ba0ccef072b3⋯.jpg (93.35 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a468b2afc7e933c778b4567.jpg)

>US, Israel sign pact to counter ‘Iranian threat’ – White House official

>On Thursday, Israeli Channel 10 reported that Washington and Tel Aviv signed a strategy and policy document on Tehran, following discussions between Israeli and US intelligence and defense agencies on December 12. The talks were said to have been headed by the US national security adviser, H. R. McMaster and his Israeli counterpart Meir Ben-Shabbat.

>Specifically, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and president Trump agreed behind closed doors to set up joint teams to handle what they both believe amounts to an ‘Iranian threat.’

>Four separate teams would be reportedly be set up to curtail Iranian power. The first would deal with “Iranian activity in Syria and Tehran’s support for the Hezbollah terror organization.” Another division will oversee “diplomatic and intelligence activities” aimed to confront Iran’s nuclear weapon “ambitions.”

>A third group would monitor Iran’s ballistic missile program and its purported efforts to build “accurate missile systems” in Syria and Lebanon. Finally, a fourth unit would keep tabs on groundwork for any escalation by Iran and/or Hezbollah.



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File: 00d08a7ade7c764⋯.png (199.97 KB, 752x780, 188:195, 2017-12-29_-_Farsnews_US_A….png)

File: 9a2a51ede7f574c⋯.png (290.58 KB, 743x906, 743:906, 2017-12-29_-_Farsnews_Syri….png)

>US Army Continues to Rescue ISIL Militants Trapped in Deir Ezzur

>TEHRAN (FNA) - Several military helicopters of the US-led coalition carried out another heliborne operation in Eastern Deir Ezzur to evacuate a number of ISIL members from the region to Northeastern Syria, local sources reported on Friday.

>The sources said that several US helicopters that had taken off from Northern Deir Ezzur were flying over Assad Refugee Camp and later landed near the al-Basel Dam in the Southern countryside of Hasaka city.



>Syria: Buses Arrive to Transport Militants from Occupied Golan Heights to Idlib

>TEHRAN (FNA) - At least ten government buses and ambulances arrived in the Beit Jinn region in Western Ghouta on Friday morning to transport the militants to Idlib province, the Syrian military reported.

>According to the Syrian military, at least 300 terrorists of Al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board) will be transported from Beit Jinn to Idlib as part of the ceasefire deal.



cc7845 No.364

File: 78ccf96d5b9a514⋯.jpg (238.96 KB, 960x752, 60:47, 1497761602700.jpg)


>Random Dec30


>NE Hama Dec30


>E Ghouta Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Beit Jinn Dec 27


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


Devs Dec30

>Iran: 2 protesters shot, gov buildings on fire in Shiraz, Khorramabad, Jihadist Group Blows Up Oil Pipeline

>Lavrov: US military must leave all of Syria

>Beit Jinn: Evac of rebels started:300+ HTS fighters to be green bussed to idlib, 400+ FSA to Daraa, some chose to reconcile

>Beit Jinn: 10 busses and ambulances arrive, first batch of 300 rebels leaves to Idlib. HTS blows up HQ before leaving

>N Hama/Idlib: SAA liberates Abu Dali, nasiriyah, Tal Mariq, Hamdaniyah+ train-station, Abu Omar

>E Ghouta: HTS & Ahrar al-Sham join forces and attack SAA in Harasta, clashes ongoing

>NE Hama: HTS conducts a successful raid against IS in Abu Khannadiq village

>DeZ: ISIS car bomb-led counterattack tears into the flank of US-backed forces threatening encirclement

>SDF withdrew several positions from last stronghold of ISIS(Hajin town) following counter attack

>Reports:US evacuates IS leaders again from DeZ prov

>Syrian gov blasts back at Erdogan over ‘terrorist’ comments

>Over 100 wanted people surrender themselves in Aleppo

>Putin: Russian bases in Syria are crucial to preserving national security

cc7845 No.370

File: e86a71db22206c1⋯.jpg (91.23 KB, 960x720, 4:3, Iraqi T-72 ERA upgraded.jpg)


>NE Hama Dec31


>Random Dec30


>E Ghouta Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Beit Jinn Dec 27


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


Developments Jan 2

>E Ghouta:Besieged SAA troops hold strong at military vehicle depot base as supplies, new forces trickle in from below

>Idlib: SAA capture Umm Khalakhil,Niha,Al-Hawa&Ard az-Zurzur towns

>Beit Jinn: SAA move up behind the ongoing withdrawal of jihadist to clean them of mines

>DeZ: SDF capture Al-Sabha from IS

>Reports: US gives greenlight to Jew's to assassinate Qasem Soleimani

>Syrian President reshuffles cabinet, names new ministers

>Kurdish special forces kill top ISIS leader in east Syria

>North Latakia offensive inevitable, jihadists likely to strike first

>Power restored to western Syria after militant missile attack heavily damages large power-plant

>Turkish forces deploy air defense systems near SDF positions in North Syria

Iranian deputy governor accuses foreign agents of inciting dissent and protests

>Al Zarzour is now in the hands of the Taramih

>Houthi Navy discovers spy device along Yemeni coast

>Saudi warplanes massacre 34 civilians in western Yemen


>PM @HaiderAlAbadi: In the 2018 draft federal budget, allocation to Kurdistan region is based on the latest population data. This allocation is a settled matter, and is not subject to negotiation or compromise

Previously they were getting over 35%, Kurdish population is between 12-17%

>Houthi Navy discovers spy device along Yemeni coast – video


Picture is one of only 2 Iraqi T-72s that were upgraded/modern and had ERA applique armor, all other Iraqi T-72s were export models with inferior equipment and a small amount of locally built T-72 Asad Babil/Lion of Babylon tanks that were inferior to even export models and assembled from partial kits sent to Iraq, often using parts from a variety of sources

cc7845 No.373

File: 495a95aefd73f2d⋯.jpg (438.54 KB, 1114x756, 557:378, 1515011674456.jpg)


>NE Hama Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>E Ghouta Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Beit Jinn Dec 27


>Quneitra Dec11


>DeZ/Bukamal Dec10


Developments Jan 3

>E Ghouta: HTS&MB fail to to capture the army-held military vehicle depot base. SAA reinforcements coming

>Idlib: SAA liberates Mashraft Al-Jouaan, Al-Darbiyah and Umm Sahreej towns. Abu Duhur military airport might be aim for advance

>Beit Jinn: SAA restores control over entire area after 6 years of war

>Latakia: SAA runs training exercises in the province for future offensive

>Russian helicopter crashed in Hama last week due to tech failure. 2 pilots killed,1 technician survived. Confirmation issued today

>Ahrar Al-Sham will not join new rebel operations room headed by HTS in Idlib/Hama

>Amaq: IS did 771 suicide bombing in Iraq/Syria in 2017

>Syrian gov condemns US, Israeli regimes stances on Iran

>IS raid party failed to achieve the element of surprise, got eliminated by Iraqi forces

>Houthis ambush Saudi convoy using IED's in Saudi Arabia's Jizan Region

>1000+ days of war in Yemen, civilians endure food shortages, disease outbreaks, forced to live in deplorable conditions

>Iran: Anti-gov protests dying down.Protests in support of gov take place. Internet blockage lifted

>Trump admin might impose sanctions on Iran due to 'crackdown on protesters'

92d2f0 No.374


>Idlib Jan 4


>E Ghouta Jan 4


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 4

>Idlib: SAA liberates 9 villages/towns in 12 hours. 3km to Sinjar

>E Ghouta: SAA 400 meters to lift siege on army base in Harasta

>DeZ: SDF capture Elias,Jadlah,al-Mohamdiyah, al-Majid&Ard al-Zir villages, IS shells SDF positions N of Hajin

>Reports: Russia refused to help US coalition. in operations in al-Tanf area

>Russia MOD:Jihadists mortar fire on hmeimim airbase killed 2 Russian soldiers

>Russian Helicopter that crashed in N Hama, did a hard landing 15km away from Hama airfield, pilot&gunner died, mechanic survived

>IS ambushes large Hezbollah convoy in Badiya region, eastern Syria

>Jihadist rebels attempt to break Syrian Army lines in Hirbnafsah town,southern Hama

>Despite the protests, Iranian forces not leaving Syria

>Iran re-opens border crossings with Iraq-Kurdistan region

>IS launches mass-suicide bombing offensive(2 SVBIEDs&18mensuicide bombers) against Iraqi forces near border with Syria

>Several Russian aircraft damaged by mortar fire, some reported as already operational

fcd8c4 No.375

File: 6baa1f8b319050d⋯.png (763.76 KB, 1002x1303, 1002:1303, 2018-01-05_-_Emergency_UNS….png)

File: 97f4101c6bc7a96⋯.png (1.13 MB, 1000x2497, 1000:2497, 2018-01-05_-_US_abusing_UN….png)

File: f9d61c8d1d1630a⋯.png (757.97 KB, 1003x1950, 1003:1950, 2018-01-05_-_US_suspends_$….png)

>Emergency UNSC meeting on Iran convened following calls by US



>US abusing UN Security Council to interfere in Iran's internal affairs – Russia



This meeting was completely unnecessary. Zogbot Haley had to leave the room because of how triggered she got. The Russian ambassador completely destroyed her and the attempt by the UK envoy* to use a jewish interpretation of article 34 to argue the meeting was in compliance with the UN chapter. China, Sweden and others voiced similar positions on the need for the meeting. France insisted this is something only Iranians can solve.


>“You are dispersing the energy of the Security Council, instead of focusing it on dealing with key crisis situations in Afghanistan, Syria Libya, Iraq, Yemen, DPRK, the African continent. Instead of that, you are proposing that we interfere in the internal affairs of a state.”

>"We don't want to get involved in destabilizing Iran or any other country."

>This meeting undermines the credibility/authority of the UNSC.

>Do you have any other diplomatic means besides sanctions at your disposal?


>“The real reason for convening today's meaning is not an attempt to protect human rights or promote the interests of the Iranian people, but rather a veiled attempt to seize the current moment to continue to undermine the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). We consider it unacceptable to intentionally undermine the support of the international community JCPOA which is the main achievement of the nuclear nonproliferation in the last few years… Especially in the situation where the IAEA has repeatedly confirmed full compliance by Iran with its obligations.”

>This move by the US is an abuse of its power and an abuse of the UNSC itself.

>The UNSC has allowed itself to be abused the US.

>Putting on display the failures of the council…

>It is a discredit to the council…

>This is nothing but another desperate attempt by the US…

>Brings up Syria, Saddam, US Navy attack on Iran Air Airbus flight number 655 in 1988.

>Brings up several civil unrest, civil rights abuses in the US, cites LA, Chicago, Waco, TX

>2005 France - Sarkozy: zero tolerance for protests

>I do not recall any UNSC meetings concerning (all the cases cited).

>Elements from outside Iran published content on telegram: incitement to violence, training on how to make/use Molotov cocktails, seize ammunition depots, guidelines on how to raid government buildings

>If anything it should be Iran demanding a UNSC meeting on external interference.

*Matthew Rycroft (UK UN Envoy) - Ex private secretary on foreign affairs for Blair. See - Report_Of_The_Iraq_Inquiry - Section 4.2 page 118 (Downing Street memo). In short, a good little Zogbot as well. No issues at all with sitting at the UNSC and giving false information/statements.

>US suspends $125mn UNRWA payment - report



>Washington has frozen a $125 million payment to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency that was scheduled for January 1, according to a report citing unnamed diplomats. UNRWA provides aid to Palestinian refugees.

fcd8c4 No.376


>China, Sweden and others voiced similar positions on the need for the meeting

Meaning they thought it wasn't appropriate or necessary.

616a40 No.377

File: a4844a90a46c41d⋯.png (1.02 MB, 1008x1450, 504:725, 2018-01-06_-_ISIS_declares….png)

>Israel (((ISIS))) declares war on Hamas over Jerusalem loss to Trump & Israel



>The Islamic State in Egypt has urged its supporters in a new execution video to wage war against Hamas over its failure to defend Jerusalem following Washington's recognition of the city as the Israeli capital.

Do take note: (((SITE Intel Group))) once again published the video.

Also taking into consideration Hamas itself is severely compromised/infiltrated by Israel, I can't even put into words how manipulative kikes are.

616a40 No.378

File: b90a9912fa8a904⋯.png (679.28 KB, 646x5290, 323:2645, 2018-01-06_-_UNSC_Meeting_….png)

File: b90cb1ded3a66e9⋯.png (445.82 KB, 639x1976, 639:1976, 2018-01-06_-_US_Stands_Alo….png)

File: 6d8d91014a5fe3f⋯.png (1.07 MB, 999x1983, 333:661, 2018-01-06_-_China_may_bui….png)



Here's the full text (pic 1).



>US Stands Alone at UNSC in Anti-Iran Push



>China may build second foreign naval base in Pakistan amid Trump’s row with Islamabad



>China is reportedly planning to boost its military presence overseas with its second foreign naval base in Pakistan. The news comes amid a row between the US and Pakistan, with Washington freezing security funding for Islamabad.

On my recent ID changes (no big surprise):

It has to do with the fake board known as /pol/ & exposing the inaction of 8ch when it comes to CP. Why shut down 8ch and put the owner behind bars when you can use it for intel gathering and psychological warfare? The PR/damage control on sudo reminds me of what happened before leaving 4chan forever in 2014.

616a40 No.379

File: 0cf8a2f36caf91d⋯.png (609.9 KB, 598x671, 598:671, 2018-01-06_-_drones_fusela….png)

File: ac0ed63fe6e0e79⋯.png (500.26 KB, 610x515, 122:103, 2018-01-06_-_Al_Tofahyh_vi….png)

File: b50bb993bccb092⋯.jpg (140.1 KB, 994x756, 71:54, DS45wZMW0AEpaH1.jpg)

File: 7b5f39416a92999⋯.jpg (39.21 KB, 658x461, 658:461, Idlib.jpg)

>Khmemeim AB gets attacked once again

This latest one definitely seems like a more complex attack to me. Not the usual borderline amateurish attempt. As for the reports of several destroyed RU aircraft, let's wait for the proof that will undoubtedly never materialize.

Bonus Idlib pic.

6a5aa3 No.380

>HTS lines collapsing the moment Tigers arrived

>since then steamroll with practically zero opposition

>moderate terrorists kvetching about muh international peace talks

>faggot US and EU diplomats going on and on about there being "no military solution for Syria" despite that being the precisely best solution on the table

The year started off well, it seems! The only thing of concern seems to be the protests in Iran and of course US digging itself in SDF-held areas. Do any anons here have more info about the protests in Iran?

0539b4 No.381

>Harasta siege lifted

>Sinjar captured

today was a good day

92d2f0 No.382


>Idlib Jan 7


>E Ghouta Jan 6


>DeZ/Bukaal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Devs Jan 7

>Houthi air defenses shoot down Saudi Tornado warplane over north Yemen

>Idlib: SAA liberates Sinjar + 9 other town, 15km to Abu Dhohur airbase

>Beit Jinn-HTS hands over tanks and armed pickup trucks part of recon deal

>104th Airborne Brigade of the Republican Guard has left DeZ to E Ghouta

>Iranian official: No permanent Iranian base inside Syria

>Syrian gov allocated 60m Syrian pounds for the reconstruction of Aleppo city

>Jihadist attack drone taken out by Russian Air Defense before reaching Hmaymim base

>Reports: FSA commanders visit Washington

>IS attacks SDF positions N of Hajn, killing 9

>355 civilians from the provinces of DeZ, 21-Aleppo & 14-Homs have returned to their homes

>USAF Gen: Russia now has ‘treasure trove’ of info about F-22s & how we operate

>10,000+ protesters in rebel-held southern Damascus demand reconciliation with government

>Erdogan accuses US of still supporting Kurdish forces in Syria

>IS declares war on Hamas over Jerusalem decision

>Yemeni women hold protest marches against Saudi aggression

>Houthi forces fired on friday a short-range ballistic missile towards Saudi Arabia, which was shot down

Another aircraft damaged

>Yemeni air defenses announced the injury of an F-15 aircraft belonging to the forces of aggression Saudi Arabia was flying in the atmosphere of the capital, # Sana'a


Massive bombing of Chechen headquarters in Idlib


> Map Update: Syrian Army lifts siege off Vehicles Management Base in Harasta


0539b4 No.383

File: ea484f604682b4a⋯.png (149.4 KB, 790x775, 158:155, ClipboardImage.png)

is this how rape looks like?

92d2f0 No.384


>Idlib Jan 7


>E Ghouta Jan 6


>DeZ/Bukaal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 7

>Turkish regime summons Iranian, Russian ambassadors after Syrian Army gains in Idlib

>Islamist rebels fire several missiles into densely populated areas of Damascus, 4 civilians killed

>US spy aircraft flew between Russian bases in Syria during drone attack – MoD

>Last phase of Beit Jinn reconciliation agreement completed

>SAA fire-control cuts the road between Abu Dhuhur and Maarrat al-Nu'man

>ISIS seizes control of 13 villages in NE Hama and reenters Aleppo gov as HTS retreats

>104th Airborne Brigade of the Republican Guard has left DeZ to E Ghouta

>Erdogan announces Turkey will launch offensive to capture Afrin & Manbij

>Russia repels attack by 13 ‘militant’ drones on military facilities

>Syrian military says they struck an attacking Israeli warplane

>Israeli warplane attacks SAA base in Qutayfah

>The Al-Kassem Group of SRG redeploys to Harasta

>355 civilians from the provinces of DeZ, 21-Aleppo & 14-Homs have returned to their homes

>USAF Gen:Russia now has ‘treasure trove’ of info about F-22s&how we operate, but so do we

>10000+ protesters in rebel-held southern Damascus demand reconciliation with government

>SAA captures Rahjan & Jakusiyah

92d2f0 No.388

File: 19b7110a20e6435⋯.jpg (50.97 KB, 480x679, 480:679, 1515717053968.jpg)


>Idlib Jan 11


>E Ghouta Jan 7


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 11

>Idlib: SAA retakes 4 of 6 lost towns in HTS&FSA counter-offensive. SAA reach Abu Dhuhour Airport. 7km to link up with S Aleppo forces

>SAA liberates 9 villages W of Khanasir

>IS takes advantage SAA Idlib offensive, attacks SAA near Abu Duhur airbase, killing 3 men, 5 captured

>RU MOD:A swarm of 13 attack drones were heading for RU bases. Pantsir took out 7, 6 were hacked

>RU MOD: The 13 drones were automated, pre-programmed flight & ammunition discharge, eliminating jamming most of their control systems

>RU MOD: the attack cannot have been done in an improvised manner. The coordinates entered in them are more accurate than the data generally available on the Internet

>Idlib de-escalation zone and rebel defenses have collapsed

>Report: rebel infighting in Daraa killed 1300 militants

>Greek authorities seize Tanzanian-flagged ship carrying explosives en route to Lybia's LGNA controlled site. Ship came from Turkey

>Houthi forces launch missile towards Saudi Special Forces base

>Houthi forces launch large-scale offensive in southern Yemen

a0a5a7 No.389

Great work anon!

92d2f0 No.390

File: f35c4eb8b89a0c9⋯.jpg (314.42 KB, 1446x894, 241:149, Last Month.jpg)

File: 6df3aedfd3893f1⋯.jpg (315.75 KB, 1444x894, 722:447, Current.jpg)

Developments January 13

>Swedish news report that one of the most famous Swedish ISIS members/propagators Michael Skråmo made it out from Raqqa in a way he explained in a convo with @soder_jesper; "We made a peace deal with the US and SDF and they gave us buses to leave."


>"Moderate rebels" (US supported/armed) in #Idlib: we are coming to get you, O Cross worshippers.


>Protests Erupt In Manbij After US-backed Forces Killed And Decapitated Two Civilians (Videos). On January 12, hundreds of civilians took at the streets in the city of Manbij in the province of Aleppo to protests against the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) after it had arrested, tortured and killed two civilians from the city, according to local sources.

>#Idlib: counter-offensive started by Rebels days ago follows scenario dictated by Regime-#Russia's overwhelming firepower: hit & run battles to inflict casualties & capture spoils, then retreating, attacking again & so on. Maps useless.


> Syria Map Update: Syrian Army liberates dozens of villages in south Aleppo after seizing strategic road


>ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that Turkey’s military incursion in northern Syria’s Idlib province would crush Kurdish militia forces that control the neighboring region of Afrin.


>Huge advances by #SAA & Allies in west of #Khanaser towards Arba`ein Mountain. Now we will have 2 pockets for Insurgents in : Al Hass mountain & north of Sa`an region


>#SAA, #NDF, #Hezbollah with #IRGC advisors liberate +30 villages(200+ km²), secure #Khanasser - Tal Daman - #Aleppo road, creating a pocket of 260 km² with limited #HTS/ #FSA presence.


Lots of territory captured in a short amount of time, the SAA seems to be improving at maneuver warfare and the TOW/ATGM supply to rebels/ISIS appears to have diminished.

616a40 No.391

File: b66c27c4a4797da⋯.png (928.65 KB, 1004x1785, 1004:1785, 2018-01-15_-_Erdogan_vows_….png)

File: 3090d997ddf29cf⋯.jpg (128.07 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a5c945ffc7e93d9368b456a.jpg)

>IS is defeated

>US: We have to go in to defeat IS and stabilize the country.

>US: We'll remain in Syria indefinitely. Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran cannot have a corridor.

>Kill Russian ambassador in Turkey (didn't produce positive result)

>Attack Russia in Syria + more sanctions to interfere with Russian election (various (((agencies/NGOs))) got kicked out of Russia so they had to adjust the strategy - Russia ban at Winter Olympics, ect)

(((8/pol/))) is having a hard time with this one.

>Erdogan vows to ‘drown’ US-backed Syrian Border Force before it’s born, labels unit ‘terrorist army'



>The Turkish president has called US-backed Syrian Border Force using Kurdish fighters a “terrorist army,” vowing to “drown” it before it’s complete. He also added that military preparations against Kurdish-held Afrin are ready.

>“Our duty is to drown this terrorist force before it is born,” the Turkish leader said on Monday, as cited by AP.

>The 30,000-srtrong army of “traitors” that Washington seeks to create will point their guns against US troops at the first threat, Erdogan warned.

>On Sunday, the US-led coalition announced it is helping to create a new Border Security Force to fight terrorists in Syria. The unit, stationed along the Syrian border with Iraq and Turkey, as well as along the Euphrates River Valley, is expected to be comprised of up to 30,000 people. Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) veterans will make half of the unit, while the other half are yet to be recruited.

>Lavrov: Washington does not want Syrian territorial integrity


>US missile systems in Japan may have offensive purpose & be controlled by Washington


>Protesters burn Netanyahu effigy in New Delhi ahead of ‘historic’ visit

>Netanyahu disappointed by India’s Jerusalem rejection

92d2f0 No.392

File: cdfbca75afcbbbe⋯.jpg (267.57 KB, 978x1098, 163:183, 1516039328750.jpg)


>Idlib Jan 13


>E Ghouta Jan 7


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 15

>The SAA's 4 day Al-Hass operation results in liberation of over 100 towns and villages across SW Aleppo province

>Thousands of rebels have arrived in E Idlib from southern Aleppo to reinforce counter offensive against the SAA

>NE Hama; SAA liberates Hajilah from ISIS, also captured the nearby hilltop of Tal Mushayrifah

>SE Idlib; SAA launch counter-attack to recapture Atshan, Khuwayn/Umm Khalakhil, regain full control over Abu Omar and Al-Hawa

>ISIS takes control of 10 towns in Hama, Aleppo and Idlib following rebel retreat

>Syria brands US “border militia” as illegal, and joining it as high treason

>Kurdish forces in Syria receive surface-to-air MANPADs from US as part of secret deal according to unverified reports

>Clashes around Mitiga Airport in Libyan capital Tripoli between rival groups causes suspension of all flights

>Double suicide attack on a market square in Baghdad leaves at least 38 dead, 105 wounded

>Tunisia: Violence erupts as police attempt to disperse protest against price hikes

>Erdogan threatens to destroy Kurdish militias in Afrin and destroy any new Kurdish army 'before it's even born', operations set to begin Thursday

92d2f0 No.394

File: 46f687783b825ff⋯.png (238.91 KB, 644x767, 644:767, Virgin megapede vs chad mi….png)


>Idlib Jan 16


>E Ghouta Jan 15


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 16

>Pentagon:US does not support Kurdish forces in Afrin

>SAA and allies capture hilltop of Tal Shahid after a two day battle

>Reports; SAA has now liberated the towns of Masih and Tell Masih, south-west of Tall ad Daman

>Tiger Forces recapture the town of Tal Maraq amid ongoing heavy clashes in Idlib's Southeast countryside

>Daraa; High ranking FSA artillery unit commander killed by roadside bomb

>NE Hama; SAA and allies capture the hilltop of Tal Motelat from ISIS, giving SAA fire control over Tahtouh and Abu Hareeq

>Aleppo; Rebels shell kindergarten, killing bus driver and a teacher, wounding 4 children

>E Damas; Prisoner exchange between the SAA and rebel groups from E Ghouta frees 23 civilians

>Russian ISIS fighter captured by Kurdish forces in Syria to be handed over to Russia’s military authorities

>Erdogan demands NATO take stand on US-backed Syrian Border Force

>Erdogan says Turkish operation in Syria's Afrin to be supported by Syrian rebels

>Khamenei accuses Saudis of 'treason' against Muslims by aligning themselves with the United States and Israel

>Saudi forces reportedly intercepted a ballistic missile launched by Houthis targeting Saudi province of Jazan

616a40 No.397

File: e708c05d1e73c16⋯.mp4 (6.25 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, USA - Tillerson vows US mi….mp4)

>Tillerson vows US military will remain in Syria

616a40 No.398

File: 41df19aa0a7ee80⋯.png (987.31 KB, 1003x3093, 1003:3093, 2018-01-18_-_Tillerson_tou….png)

File: 72b97677c7e0ffe⋯.jpg (85.15 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a603e06fc7e93854b8b4567.jpg)



>Tillerson touts indefinite US presence in Syria & Assad must go in ‘new’ plan



>Echoing previous administrations, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has said the “new” strategy in Syria will involve a long-term American military presence and regime change in order to secure US interests.

>Tillerson said the US will remain in Syria until several “key end states” are met. These include, the defeat of Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS), the overthrow of Syrian President Bashar Assad, and stamping out the Iranian influence in the country.

>Let us be clear, the United States will maintain a military presence in Syria, focused on ensuring ISIS cannot reemerge,” Tillerson said, adding that the terrorist organizations are “still a grave threat.”

92d2f0 No.399


>Idlib Jan 18


>E Ghouta Jan 18


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 18

>Idlib: No IS in Sinjar. SAA offensive limited due to wind storm. IS advances against HTS

>S Aleppo: SAA liberates Qaytil& Umm Salasil en-route to Abu Duhur airport

>Yarmouk Camp: IS attacks& advances against HTS in Haifa Street

>Kurdish forces come under attack by Turkish troops in Afrin & Manbij

>“Afrin will be your graveyard Erdogan” – Thousands protest the Turkey’s aggression in N Syria

>TFSA prepare for offensive against K*rds in N Syria

>DeZ: IS attempts to break SAA lines with a car bomb. SAA stopped it

>RU DM meets Turkish generals to discuss SY ahead of peace talks

>E Ghouta: 4thArmoured Division gears up for an upcoming offensive to liberate Harasta district

>Tillerson: US to keep military presence in syria to remove Assad from power

>Cavusoglu: Turkey will coordinate military operation in Afrin with Iran and Russia

>Turkey demands Syrian Army halt all operations in Idlib

>British AF attacks ISIS drone teams during SDF operations in DeZ gov

>Yemen claims ballistic missiles hit two key targets in southern Saudi Arabia

616a40 No.400

File: a0aa650f173a34d⋯.png (915.23 KB, 999x1993, 999:1993, 2018-01-19_-_Ankara_says_h….png)

File: f338cc3e02dbf27⋯.jpg (122.64 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a61c05ffc7e934b258b4567.jpg)

File: fc5ad9cca455f4e⋯.jpg (231.86 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, KORAL land-based transport….jpg)

>Ankara says has no option but to attack Syrian K*rds in Afrin



>Reports - Turkish Air Force deployed KORAL system near Afrin border (land-based transportable electronic warfare system).

>Turkish warplanes in the sky of the Al Bab city - more than 25 rockets from the Turkish Army targets YPG's mercenaries in Shaalah.

>Anadolu Agency (Turkey) reports Russian military patrols withdrew from Afrin (Russian ministry of foreign affairs deny the info).

>"FSA will deploy 5000 soldiers for 1st Stage of Afrin operation".

>Turkish Def. Minister: We have all the information available regarding the number of YPG fighters, weapons systems and locations in Afrin.

They already started making excuses to explain the early failures of the operation so let's see where this Turkish shitshow is heading.

616a40 No.404

This thread on twitberg explains the Afrin situation. Not quite sure it's entirely accurate, but I guess it's worth reading. Made an attempt at taking a snapshot of the entire thread but the add-on I use isn't cooperating.


92d2f0 No.405

Developments Jan 21

>Afrin: Massive Turkish AF bombing of various targets in Afrin

>SAA liberates Abu Dhuhur AFB, create pocket in SW Aleppo/NE Hama

>Erdogan says operation in Syria’s Afrin de-facto started on the field

>E Ghouta: Syrian Army resumes offensive to capture Harasta

>Syrian Army’s next operation will focus on besieged towns of Kafraya, Al-Fou’aa

>Kurdish forces come under attack by Turkish troops in Afrin & Manbij

>Three US-backed SDF commanders assassinated in Aleppo’s Menbeij

>Syrians begin re-populating the Euphrates valley – including Abu Kamal city – under army protection

>DeZ: ISIS claimed 12 SDF killed as they move north from Al Baghuz village

>Trump to move US embassy to Jerusalem as early as next year

>ISIS Conducts Series Of Attacks In Sinai. Egyptian Army Prepares To Launch Wide-Scale Anti-Terrorist Operation

>Nigeria: ISIS fighters killed 25 Nigerian soldiers and captured seven vehicles

>Reports: Taliban Is About To Capture Farah City In Western Afghanistan

>Salih Muslim: "We are ready to negotiate with Turkey. In order to start negotiations, clashes should end immediately.


>Houthi forces fire short-range missile at Saudi military camp

>Houthi forces destroy 9 Saudi military vehicles in 24 hours


Seems to be decent

1c7df8 No.406

Lets see if the T*rks manage better than last time.

I recall the Afrin "YPG" being on somewhat friendly terms with the Syrian gov. earlier though. Hopefully this attack makes them reconsider any independence plans.

616a40 No.407

File: 24c8498568356d5⋯.jpg (35.3 KB, 750x709, 750:709, 24c8498568356d59be7d1f6bb6….jpg)

>France calls for emergency meeting of UN Security Council

Comedy gold:

>YPG: we hold Russia responsible for the operation launched by Turkey against Afrin

26e8ab No.408

4chan /sg/ is pretty much dead right now

c46204 No.409


>we hold Russia responsible

Sounds like they learned something from their new daddy :^)

616a40 No.410

>UN Security Council refrains from condemning Turkey

616a40 No.411

>Iran calls upon Turkey to stop its aggression on Syrian territories



>Tehran, SANA - Iranian Foreign Ministry’s spokesman Bahram Qassemi reiterated the call on Turkey to stop its aggression on Syrian territories soonest possible, stressing the need for respecting Syria’s sovereignty.

>During his weekly press conference in Tehran on Monday, Qassemi said that the Turkish new aggression on the Syrian territories will bring back terrorism, adding that the Syrian government should have a control over all its land.

>Terrorists assassinate member of reconciliation committee in Daraa countryside



>Daraa, SANA - A terrorist group assassinated member of the national reconciliation committee Mohammad Abdul-Aziz al-Shihadat in Dael town in Daraa northern countryside.

>SANA reporter in Daraa said that terrorist groups on Monday detonated an explosive device they had planted in al-Shihadat’s car in Dael, leaving him dead.

76a28d No.412

File: eec1e54c2b35a8f⋯.jpg (13.27 KB, 461x461, 1:1, 19554861_286356168505662_7….jpg)


4chan is s shitposting central.

there is a undercover /sg/ going on on 8ch/pol/ right now.

remember, no names


616a40 No.413

Spoiler because meta talk, don't want to derail thread.


8ch is just the same. Contribute to this board instead and watch the 8/pol/ stats go down. Once it reaches 2,000 again, Maddow posting will resume. If you take out the outsiders (US election related), I estimate there's somewhere between 400-600 anons left. I'd be for a new home (with /pol/ack mods & admin) where the whole gang can reunite but that's wishful thinking on my part.

>Video: Turkish forces expand ‘Olive Branch’ to Azaz district

Near the end: APC possibly transporting injured roaches. Cameraroach has to stop recording.

616a40 No.414

File: 79b9736fa15e8b3⋯.mp4 (10.96 MB, 806x454, 403:227, Syria - Turkish forces exp….mp4)

92d2f0 No.415

File: a76f0cbcbbe64bd⋯.jpg (96.58 KB, 604x545, 604:545, 1516215000430.jpg)


>Afrin jan22


>Idlib Jan 22


>E Ghouta Jan 18


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Devs Jan 23

>Turkey claims over 260 YPG, ISIS fighters killed in N Syria, despite no ISIS presence in Afrin region

>Turkish reports; Artillery shelled Kurdish village of al-Hilalia and kill 3 in shelling of the town of Ras al-Ayn

>Euphrates Shield forces launch 1st assault south of the Afrin Canton, targeting YPG at Mount Simeon

>Al-Hasakah; Turkish Army moves to border crossing at Ras Al-‘Ayn and begins shelling, also shell Qamishli several more times today

>Tillerson claims Russia ‘bears responsibility’ for any chemical attacks in Syria

>SDF; "Russian Federation has given up on its ethical duties…gave the green light to (Turkey) to fly in Afrin’s airspace,”

>Russia proposed that the UNSC create new inquiry into who is to blame for chemical weapons attacks in Syria

>Trump to speak soon with Erdogan to raise U.S. concerns about Turkey’s offensive against Kurdish forces

>US coalition claims to have killed nearly 150 ISIS militants on Saturday in middle Euphrates River Valley

>Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli forces in Ramallah to oppose Pence visit

>Libya; Double car bombing in Benghazi kills at least 11

616a40 No.425

File: b265bae0cab3c77⋯.png (518.96 KB, 801x1560, 267:520, 2018-01-25_-_US_statement_….png)

File: b147e1212df7bc2⋯.png (1.22 MB, 1003x1740, 1003:1740, 2018-01-24_-_Trump_urges_E….png)

File: a23a2cb2d9b87ce⋯.jpg (50.95 KB, 864x486, 16:9, 60356d5798f97eb0fbb06ad54d….jpg)

Phone conversation between (((POTUS))) and the wannabe Sultan Erdogan. According to Turkey, the statement released by the White House is not accurate.






>US: Do your thing in Afrin but don't make it look bad for us.

>US: Deescalate your operation asap because we suddenly "care about civilians".

>Turkey: No need to worry, the FSA cannibals and beheaders will take over Afrin.

>Despite calls to “deescalate” military involvement in Syria, the Turkish leader announced an extension of the operation from the Afrin region to the separate Kurdish-held enclave of Manbij. “With the Olive Branch operation, we have once again thwarted the game of those sneaky forces whose interests in the region are different,” Erdogan said. “Starting in Manbij, we will continue to thwart their game.”

a0a5a7 No.426


Trump aged quite a bit. Guess he really did get swamp'd.

92d2f0 No.427

File: 357d0594167b3f8⋯.png (416.81 KB, 1242x1260, 69:70, 1k71m4zvvpc01.png)


>Afrin jan24


>Idlib Jan 24


>E Ghouta Jan 18


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Random Dec30


>N Hama Dec 29


>Quneitra Dec11


Developments Jan 24

>Syrian government calls latest accusation of chemical weapons usage ‘lies’

>Tillerson blames Russia for East ghoutha chem. attack, admits he doesn't know who did it

>Turkish warplanes start bombing Manbij. TFSA captures Adamanli & ‘Umar Ushagi towns in Afrin

>Turkey: 287 K*rds killed. YPG denied, claims only 15-20 fighters were killed. YPG claims it killed 203 TFSA fighters

>Kurdish forces: There are no SAA troops in Afrin

>SAA to halt military operations in Idlib once Abu Dhuhour Airport is secured

>DeZ: SDF capture Gharanij town, 10km north of Haijn

>OPCW invited by Damasc & Russia to visit captured warehouses where rebels stored chemical weapons

>Report: US-coalition killed up to 11k civilians in 40 months

>Pentagon: YPG fighters that leave IS front for Afrin will lose support

>US claims 150 ISIS terrorists killed in eastern Syria

>Report: Turkish military column enter W Aleppo in order to open a new front on Afrin

>Latakia: SAA repells HTS attack

>Saudi-led coalition captures Hamily area in Taiz

>Houthis repel Saudi offensive in the Najran Region of Saudi Arabia

>New Strava Fitbit map exposes US military bases and patrol routes Syria


92d2f0 No.429


>Idlib Jan 24


>E Ghouta Jan 18


>DeZ/Bukamal Jan 3


>Idlib/Hama/Aleppo Jan 25


>Yarmouk Camp Jan 26


>Afrin Canton Jan 25


Developments Jan 29

>ISIS announces Inghimasi against Military academy in Kabul city

>US forces reject Turkish threats on Manbij. Will stay regardless if the Turkish Forces attempt to strike the city.

>Russia urges Damascus government to hold peace talks with the East Ghouta rebels

>Turkish Forces capture Hemame, Ushaghi, and Mamelan villages and a Hill near Rajo town in Afrin Canton

>Leader of the opposition Turkish Party(CHP) wishes to establish peace dialogue with the Syrian Government

>SAA has been ordered to allow SDF free passage through Aleppo from Afrin and Manbij. Kurdish Fighters to be given priority in Syrian Hospitals in the Fight against the Turkish Military.

>American Military not considering withdrawing from Syria

>Iraqi Government will take part in Syrian Peace talks; K*rds not to take part in Sochi peace talks.

>Turkish Forces capture 3 villages and strategic Hill in Afrin Canton - Most of North-Eastern Afrin now under Turkish Fire control

>Muslim World League - Saudi Organization - Denounces Holocaust denial

>Fitbits and GPS heatmap reveal Military base outlines and individual running paths and patterns.

>Turkish convoy in Idlib is halted by Russian airstrikes

Lots of activity in Yemen, Hadi the Saudi-backed "president" in the South was overthrown in a coup by pro-UAE forces, the Houthis are friendly to neither group and also made large advances in the past few days


This points to an unforeseen internal divide between UAE and Saudi politics, what the UAEs political goals are and what they intend to do in Yemen remains to be seen but it certainly a break from the expected and usual politics.

65d103 No.430


wheres the most active and high quality /sg/ right now tho?

halfpol is just a spam shitfest and 8pol /sg/ has gone full undergound still making threads, BTFOing chesscuck trash and shills, but they dont use any symbols or names

8c2ce8 No.431

File: 4162afcdc969330⋯.png (10.04 KB, 300x100, 3:1, infinity.png)


/8pol/ BO here.

If anyone wants to create an /sg/ thread on 8pol I will help you maintain it, make it a cyclical, or whatever. I have already linked to your board in one of my stickies.

65d103 No.432







will do tho at the next major syria happening

92d2f0 No.433


>halfpol is just a spam shitfest and 8pol /sg/ has gone full undergound still making threads, BTFOing chesscuck trash and shills, but they dont use any symbols or names

Disregarding the spam and shitposting, halfpol /sg/ is the most active and least censored


Yeah, not trusting this shit after the last threads were banned for not being bluepilled enough and faggot mods getting triggered by the phrase "Death to America" in a /sg/ thread being used facetiously

8c2ce8 No.434

File: f0ef160988b9a73⋯.png (23.84 KB, 300x100, 3:1, hit3.png)



Let me clear this up…

I am the BO of >>>/8pol/ not /pol/

Your board is already linked in a sticky there.

92d2f0 No.435


Ok, good to know

Just used to /pol/ here being referred to as 8/pol/ when browsing other image boards

92d2f0 No.436

File: 5f8d1521fd7cccd⋯.jpg (106.86 KB, 627x920, 627:920, 1517540876742.jpg)

Developments Jan 31

>Damascus International Airport comes under rocket fire from E Ghouta as Sochi delegates return, no casualties, minimal damage

>Putin/Erdogan hail results of Sochi during phone conversation, discussed further coordination of Russian-Turkish efforts on de-escalation zones

>Maria Zakharova; Russia concerned over situation in northern Syria, "call on the parties to show restraint.”

>Missile launched from Syria across Turkish border into town of Reyhanli, killing 1 civilian

>Idlib; SAA continues to push N from Abu Duhur airport, capturing town of Mushayrifah from HTS

>SAA, led by the Tigers takes Tuwayhinah, Al-Husseiniyah, Al-Tuwayem Farms, Al-Woqod and Al- Sultan Hills

>Turkish PM responds to Macron on Afrin op, “If France is interpreting this as an (invasion)…need to assess what they have done in Syria accordingly,”

>Russia begins large scale T-90 deliveries to Iraq, Iraq has ordered 73 T-90S and T-90SK tanks with along with special vehicles for repair and transport.

6ad429 No.437

File: cca4bf6ccb9a1e0⋯.jpg (77.14 KB, 600x350, 12:7, 1395068.jpg)

File: 33b23e6513755d2⋯.png (1.35 MB, 1009x1435, 1009:1435, 2018-02-03_-_Russian_Su-25….png)

File: 1880f9baed087bc⋯.png (1.24 MB, 997x1004, 997:1004, 2018-02-03_-_Russian_missi….png)

File: 36ee20f39087e21⋯.jpg (127.02 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a75f4c9fc7e9352488b456b.jpg)

Let's get back to what this thread is about. Fairly big happening taking place (not major but still significant).

Russian Su-25 jet downed in Syria, pilot killed


>A Russian Su-25 jet has crashed in Idlib province in north-western Syria, the Russian Defence Ministry confirmed, adding that it was probably shot down by MANPAD. The pilot ejected but was killed by militants on the ground.

>Preliminary data showed the Su-25 plane was downed by a man-portable air-defense system (MANPAD), the ministry said in a statement on Saturday.

>The attack took place when the jet was flying over the Idlib de-escalation zone on Saturday. The pilot parachuted down into the area controlled by Al-Nusra terrorist group, the statement said. He was killed during a confrontation with the militants from an unspecified group.

>Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria together with Turkey which is also responsible for the Idlib de-escalation zone is now trying to retrieve the body of the Russian pilot, the Defense Ministry confirmed.

Russian missiles strike area of Su-25 downing, killing at least 30 terrorists – MoD


>Russian military planes have targeted the Al-Nusra-controlled area of Syria’s Idlib province where a Su-25 jet was earlier downed by militants, the Russian Defence Ministry said.

>The military conducted “a massive precision weapon strike… on areas controlled by the Al-Nusra [terrorist] group,” the ministry said in a statement.

More info/details to come… will update with archive links & more when they're done adding more details.

6ad429 No.438

File: 925fb7e3aa1f226⋯.jpg (141.21 KB, 750x778, 375:389, Khan Assubul southern of S….jpg)

File: 46a92b24709676c⋯.jpg (78.18 KB, 1200x813, 400:271, Su-25.jpg)

File: 92ef9187d2b4a64⋯.jpg (92.96 KB, 1163x641, 1163:641, DVIOGC1WkAEcDSP.jpg)

>The militias announced through their communications an order to kill the pilot and burn his body before the Turkish authorities arrive to rescue him.

>The pilot ejected over Khan Assubul southern of Saraqib (first pic)

The following is unconfirmed info but given what's happening I'll post anyway

>A salvo of cruise missiles just passed over NorthLatakiaCS towards Idlib. (approx. 2 hours ago)

>Two missiles were fired from Khmemeim AB moments ago (approx. 3 hours ago)

6ad429 No.439

File: 6d9bca06c5ae1ec⋯.mp4 (6.73 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Su-25 - crash site.mp4)

File: 7ae9be48c1a5fd1⋯.jpg (147.57 KB, 640x360, 16:9, Su-25 - crash site1.jpg)

File: a4a54cb897da4aa⋯.jpg (159.78 KB, 640x360, 16:9, Su-25 - crash site2.jpg)

File: 19aa3d5fce89b6a⋯.mp4 (394.98 KB, 326x180, 163:90, Su-25 getting hit.mp4)


Two videos:

First one is HTS shooting at the aircraft with manpad hitting the target (poor quality).

Second video seems to be the crash site.

6ad429 No.440

File: 97ace77294dc0e3⋯.png (790.47 KB, 999x1662, 333:554, 2018-02-03_-_Russian_Su-25….png)

File: 0b71a13821809ca⋯.png (709.03 KB, 997x1004, 997:1004, 2018-02-03_-_Russian_missi….png)


Updated articles pics + archive links



That's it for now. No doubt there's going to be more info in the coming hours/days.

6ad429 No.441

File: 0be142c6ae73b84⋯.mp4 (2.59 MB, 176x320, 11:20, Su-25 - crash site2.mp4)

One more video. Okay I'm done for real this time (yeah right).

6ad429 No.442

File: 9045f51c8307b3e⋯.png (1.16 MB, 1008x1753, 1008:1753, 2018-02-03_-_Pilot_of_down….png)

File: 773a9c5496f5c5f⋯.jpg (192.94 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a765b5afc7e931d7d8b456a.jpg)

File: 88625c824c7b144⋯.jpg (277.77 KB, 1312x1000, 164:125, 2018-02-03_-_Su-25_shot_do….jpg)


>Pilot of downed Russian Su-25 in Syria died fighting on the ground



>The pilot of the Russian Su-25 jet shot down over Syria reportedly died fighting as his weapon was found with an empty magazine. He was being considered for a state award, documents found on his person apparently reveal.

>The Russian airman killed by militants in the Al-Nusra-controlled area in Idlib province Saturday was identified as Major Roman Filippov, photos posted on the Telegram channel of independent investigative group Conflict Intelligence Team (CIT) indicate.

6ad429 No.443

File: b1c130f258f435a⋯.png (1.26 MB, 1008x1917, 112:213, 2018-02-03_-_Ankara_vows_r….png)

File: eda64d85d143086⋯.png (307.76 KB, 598x469, 598:469, 2017-02-03_-_ATGM_hit_on_T….PNG)

File: 10b2a384957517f⋯.mp4 (3.32 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2017-02-03_-_ATGM_hit_on_T….mp4)

File: 3480446c31b15e3⋯.jpg (110.97 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a6855e0fc7e93733d8b4567.jpg)

>Ankara vows revenge as 7 Turkish soldiers killed in clashes near Syria’s Afrin



>Seven Turkish soldiers were killed and a tank lost in Ankara’s ongoing military campaign against Kurdish militias in Syria's northwestern Afrin region. The casualties marked the deadliest day for Turkey so far.

>Five servicemen died in fighting near the settlement of Sheikh Haruz located north-east of Afrin, Turkey's Anadolu news agency reported, citing a statement issued by Turkey’s General Staff. The soldiers were killed as a Turkish tank came under attack, it said.

>Earlier, the General Staff also reported about the death of two other Turkish soldiers. One was killed in clashes with local armed groups on Syrian territory, while another lost his life during an attack by what Ankara described as “terrorist groups” in Turkey's Kilis province.

92d2f0 No.444


>Idlib Feb 4


>NE Hama Feb4


>Afrin Feb 1


>Yemen Jan 31


>E Ghouta Jan 29


Developments February 3

>Militants Shoot Down Russian Su-25 Warplane South In Idlib Province, Pilot Killed by Rebels

>Russians reportedly unleash cruise missiles at jihadist rebels in Idlib, 30 killed

>Kurdish Forces Clash With Turkish Army North Of Afrin, Destroy Three Tanks And Armored Vehicles

>Prominent Ahrar al-Sham Commander Osama Kharitah Assassinated North Of Saraqib City

>UN praises result of intra-Syria talks in Sochi

>Jaysh Al-Islam foils large Syrian Army offensive in East Ghouta

>NE Hama: Syrian Army takes hold of 2 towns and a string of key hilltops from ISIS

>DeZ: SDF clashes with ISIS in Bahra town following new SDF push to capture the city

>Russian Air Force destroys entire jihadist convoy in Idlib (two tanks, three pick-up trucks, and one motorcycle)

>Manbij CS: FSA has engaged the SDF in the villages of al-Hosheriye, no gains reported

>Raqqa: Kurdish forces drive back TFSA infiltration attempt in Tel Abyad


>Saudi Army attacks Houthi forces near Najran, but suffer heavy casualties after Houthis repel them

>Houthis fire two ballistic missiles: One hits Saudi camp near Najran, another hits and kills several Saudi soldiers in Ta'izz

Developments Feb 4

>Syrian Gov: US claims on CW always coincide with efforts to to bring peace in Syria. US partners on the ground are terrorists who commit crimes to justify US interference

>SE Idlib: HTS start offensive on SAA positions

>Idlib: RUAF kill 85+ jihadists. SAA halts Idlib operation to focus on NE Hama

>NE Hama: SAA liberates Umm Kharizatan, Samiriyah, Judaydah

>E Ghouta: HTS claim it repelled SAA attack on Irbin

>Afrin: TFSA captured Kharouz town, Kharouz mountain & Haj Bilal town. YPG claims it repelled TFSA attack in Blikah&Shakwarzi villages

>Downed Su-25 pilot died fighting militants, blew himself up with a grenade to avoid being captured

>Human Rights Watch:Turkish border guards shoot, fleeing Syrian asylum seekers. Turkey denied

>E Syria:IS-held Al-Bahra village enter 1 month of clashes with SDF. IS claims USAF killed 38 civis Saturday

>FSA arrested the commander of one of their brigades in the Daraa for participating in Sochi peace talks

>Erdogan: Turkish offensive in Afrin “nearly complete”


>Houthi snipers kill 7 Saudi Army soldiers along the Yemeni-Saudi border

>Saudi AF conducts 12 airstrikes targeting Houthis convoys in N prov of Saada(Feb3), destroyed 25 Houthi positions in NW prov of Hajjah

6ad429 No.445

File: bd9bb5d958e9912⋯.png (897.74 KB, 996x1459, 996:1459, 2017-12-26_-_Syrian_milita….png)

Which country is known for its support of HTS (Al-Qaeda)?

Possibility: MANPADS used was a Stinger supplied by Israel. From the same shipment of the missile that militias used to down an SyAAF Mi-25 near Bet jin more than a month ago.

6ad429 No.446

File: 5d7daf0bcb15b24⋯.png (1.16 MB, 771x1530, 257:510, 2017-12-01_-_Militants_Sho….png)


Wrong pic.

6ad429 No.447

File: d1a94b3e5c38c17⋯.png (377.1 KB, 697x1029, 697:1029, 2018-02-07_-_Iraqi_Preside….png)

>Baghdad, SANA – Iraqi President Fuad Masoum stressed the need to enhance joint security cooperation between Syria and Iraq and expand coordination in the war against terrorism. Masoum made his remarks while meeting Syria’s Interior Minister Major General Mohammad al-Shaar and the accompanying delegation visiting Iraq.

6ad429 No.448

File: 918d8b312bc13b9⋯.png (1013.29 KB, 1003x1944, 1003:1944, 2018-02-07_-_US-led_coalit….png)

>The country that has been illegally inside Syria since 2011 and destroying the entire region since 2001, claims to have been the victim of an unprovoked attack.

>US-led coalition conducts ‘defensive’ airstrikes against Syrian forces



>Stay tuned for more news about chemical attacks and barrel bombs attacks on the last bakery/hospital in Idlib.

>t. US expert on Syria and soon to be expert on Iran (also expert on Russia)

6ad429 No.449

> Tajikistan pardons over 100 nationals returning from Syria, Iraq

>Published time: 8 Feb, 2018 13:37

>Tajikistan has granted amnesty to more than 100 of its nationals following their return home from Syria and Iraq, where they had joined radical Islamist groups, the interior minister said Thursday. Speaking in the capital Dushanbe, Ramazon Rahimzoda said the returnees had been pardoned in line with a 2015 government pledge, AFP reports. Most of the returnees in question had spent time in Syria. Rahimzoda also said that 250 citizens of Tajikistan, a majority-Muslim country, had died fighting for radical groups in Iraq and Syria, mostly Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS).

6ad429 No.450

File: 919efaf9dd817d0⋯.png (16.98 KB, 454x338, 227:169, 2018-02-08_-_Kremlin_Russi….png)

File: 95c5aa8437573ee⋯.png (21.52 KB, 645x296, 645:296, 2018-02-08_-_Targeting_pop….png)

File: 2a28a5bb8c1d582⋯.png (15.77 KB, 446x301, 446:301, 2018-02-08_-_People’s_Asse….png)

>Moscow: Russian-Iranian-Turkish summit on Syria to be held in Istanbul

>Moscow: First Deputy Chairman of the Russian Federation Council’s Committee for Defense and Security, Franz Klintsevich stressed that the US-led coalition airstrike on popular forces fighting terrorists in Deir Ezzor countryside is an unprecedented act of aggression.

>Damascus: The People’s Assembly condemned the Israeli aggression which took place on Wednesday on an area in Damascus Countryside province.

6ad429 No.451

File: a2910f3bb79261e⋯.png (569.23 KB, 685x1402, 685:1402, 2018-02-08_-_Damascus_The_….png)


>Damascus: The international coalition aggression on Deir Ezzor affirms US low intentions against Syria

>Damascus, SANA- Syria said that the new barbaric aggression carried out by forces of the so-called “international coalition” led by the US on the northeastern countryside of Deir Ezzor reveals the real purpose of this alliance and Washington’s role in supporting Daesh (ISIS) terrorist organization.



6ad429 No.452

File: 8702a9d69e3a21e⋯.png (501.06 KB, 1004x2364, 251:591, 2018-02-08_-_MoA_-_Syria_-….png)


>Syria - U.S. May Have Arranged "Self Defense" Attack On Syrian Government Forces



>Might this whole operation have been a trap? The U.S. military clearly knew that something was going to happen in the area. Local deals were made between the Syrian government side and locals Arabs holding the oil fields. The U.S. told the SDF to move out of the way. When the government aligned groups started to take over the field, as presumably agreed upon, the U.S. bombed them.

>The "attack on coalition forces" the U.S. claimed as justification for its bombing seems not to have taken place at all. How else does one explain that sole casualty of the claimed battalion size attack with strong artillery support is "one wounded SDF" fighter?

92d2f0 No.455

File: c8c9cb0396ec170⋯.png (198.59 KB, 430x400, 43:40, 1518216389932.png)

Developments Feb 9

>Hama: ISIS attack out of Hama pocket "Scores of ISIS militants slaughtered". Tiger forces have moved in capturing Ibn Wardan Qastel, are close to securing the pocket.

>Dez: SAA and tribal militias hit by US airstrike while operating against ISIS cells in area N. of Dez. Dozens of casualties

>Damascus: For the 2nd time in two months suspected Israeli strike targeted the Jamraya Research Center, prob. site of an Iranian base

>SE Idlib: HTS attack Northern Abu Adduhur airbase they're driven back

>Idlib: Russia bombing of Idlib is returning to normal levels. western media is still screeching about 3 hospitals

>E Ghouta: The SAA is fighting to secure the armored vehicle base; Over 70 “civilians” killed due to SyAF bombing

>Afrin: YPG recaptured Sheikh Khoruz from OliveBranch; clashes ongoing at Haj Bilal; both sides accuse the other of gassing the FSA

>Daraa: Shelling on al Gharbiyah, also Daraa city

>FSA arrested the commander of one of their brigades in the Daraa for participating in Sochi talks

>Erdogan: Contact with the Assad gov. is out of the question for now


>85,000 people have fled to Aden to escape escalating conflict in Yemeni cities of Taiz and Hodeidah

6ad429 No.456

File: 5577a78a7b8228b⋯.jpg (48.24 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a7e8454dda4c8563a8b4620.jpg)

File: b12cba55c4fd87b⋯.png (808.22 KB, 1021x1515, 1021:1515, 2018-02-10_-_Israeli_F-16_….png)

File: e71b883bc3b0df0⋯.gif (22.83 KB, 310x760, 31:76, 1397606223322.gif)

File: cca4bf6ccb9a1e0⋯.jpg (77.14 KB, 600x350, 12:7, 1395068.jpg)

Israel intercepts ‘Iranian drone’ & pounds targets in Syria – military

>The IDF has intercepted a UAV, which crossed from the territory of Syria into Israel, and launched retaliatory strikes against “Iranian targets” in Syria, the army said.



Israeli F-16 fighter jet shot down amid Syrian anti-air fire

>An Israeli F-16 fighter jet crashed in the country’s north after Syria responded with anti-aircraft fire to an Israeli operation targeting Iranian control systems in Syria.



It's really kind of meaningless to say this now, but I had feeling with the Olympics starting that something like this would happen. It wouldn't be the first time (2008 Georgia). I can't imagine Israel will just sit quietly. US media is beating the drums of war big time. Keep monitoring the situation.

Syrian air defenses hit multiple Israeli aircraft responding to 'aggression' – Syrian official

6ad429 No.457

>SANA - Media of the Israeli enemy admits the fall of F-16 jet over Galilee and that its pilots were injured

Seems like there's one aircraft that crashed and at least one helicopter also (different sources). Anyhow, one thing interesting about this is how the IDF and Israeli media are covering this. Basically, I'm saying there's bullshit from both sides and this time it's harder for Israel to hide what happened. Instead of praising the arrow defense system, Israeli media will just go full shoah about it and beg the US to get even more involved.

Many people are reporting intense IDF activity in Lebanese airspace at the moment. I'd post more content but honestly I'm not even sure there's more than 3-4 anons here. I'll just keep checking what's taking place and if anything major happens I'll post about it.

6ad429 No.458


>and beg the US to get even more involved.


Sorry, the appropriate word would be: DEMAND. It's not how that relationship works, they don't beg.

6ad429 No.459

File: 85ba86aaedd688a⋯.jpg (41.86 KB, 390x800, 39:80, DVppdJfWAAEbqHp.jpg)

File: 27825c00e8daa5e⋯.jpg (102.34 KB, 669x1200, 223:400, DVppdJkX0AAUte5.jpg)

6ad429 No.460

>2nd wave of Israeli Air Force jets striking Damascus. Syrian Air Defense firing again

6ad429 No.461

>Syrian air defenses respond to new Israeli raids near Damascus – state TV

6ad429 No.462

File: 0c0186ad6fd74df⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1017x2023, 1017:2023, 2018-02-10_-_Israeli_F-16_….png)

File: 9344c522ef7a3ab⋯.jpg (244.01 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a7e9febdda4c8533a8b4633.jpg)

6ad429 No.463

>IDF: Israeli Air Force struck 12 targets, including 3 aerial defense batteries & 4 Iranian military targets in Syria.

Most likely very exaggerated for domestic consumption.

6ad429 No.464

In case JewTube shuts down the Syrian State TV streams here's a link to their own stream:


Don't expect any updates from me for a few hours. Someone else should take over if necessary. I can't help but laugh at the state of (((TD/pol/))). It's at a time like this that you can really see the board is dead.

99c443 No.465


Fucking christ, they're too busy circlejerking about Trump to notice the downed kike plane.

0539b4 No.466

>Jews call downing an attacking plane an "attack on their territory by Iran"

>kvetch about it to Russia and US


1e7bd9 No.467

File: 959ddaab8ac6415⋯.jpg (31.94 KB, 400x300, 4:3, 2-13.jpg)

941e31 No.469

File: d8d62997bef9016⋯.png (316.9 KB, 1793x1313, 1793:1313, q4TnXhY.png)

File: 3e9c1e47f54bc04⋯.jpg (58.61 KB, 320x238, 160:119, hammerandsickledefacedbyss….JPG)


You have to go back


6ad429 No.470

File: 1bae8331bfcb689⋯.png (545.23 KB, 585x520, 9:8, 2018-02-10_-_SAA_soldiers_….png)

File: 2690caf1a7eb4b7⋯.png (396.27 KB, 526x619, 526:619, 2018-02-10_-_Russian_Air_D….png)

File: 7aaede860083b59⋯.jpg (97.07 KB, 1200x668, 300:167, DVsF0Z7WkAACCFS.jpg)

File: 33e805b6caca19e⋯.jpg (79.51 KB, 1200x676, 300:169, DVsF4PXX0AEkx1S.jpg)

>Israeli pilot shot down by Syrian air defenses dies of injuries in hospital.

>Banter: SAA soldiers distribute sweets to citizens to celebrate the shot down of the Israeli F-16 plane.

>Russia MoD: Latest Israeli strikes put in danger Russian troops

>Afrin: Turkish attack helicopter shot down by Kurdish forces - 2 Turkish troops killed.

More details: Syrian side claim - comparison of the losses:


>1 martyr

>1 UAV with its control cabin

>2 SA-2 launchers


>1 F-16 Soufa downed

>1 F-15 Ra’am hit and out of service

>1 pilot

>1 AH-64 Apache

People are negative about the lack of action from Russia in such situations, but there's another side to this story. The SAA doesn't have any real electronic warfare capacity (jamming incoming missiles/drones) but someone else does. Just keep that in mind.

6ad429 No.471

File: cfa5d043604ee17⋯.png (253.84 KB, 569x417, 569:417, 2018-02-10_-_Banner_in_Sou….png)

6ad429 No.472

File: cca3ca52c6b4f99⋯.png (357.84 KB, 541x783, 541:783, 2018-02-10_-_Names_of_Turk….png)

>Turkish media: 11 dead soldier just today alone.

>Operation Olive Branch: Death toll rises to 31 KIAs, 93 WIAs

So this is what I meant a while back when I mentioned "Turkish shitshow". Usually they don't admit numbers like that. It was leaked online (see pic).

6ad429 No.477

File: dfbe2d5989758ce⋯.png (1.07 MB, 1011x1368, 337:456, 2018-02-12_-_Moscow_invite….png)

File: 4bf6950d50906f8⋯.png (460.18 KB, 697x1186, 697:1186, 2018-02-12_-_Syria,_DPRK_d….png)

File: 7816a6aedc3e63a⋯.png (358.6 KB, 692x1106, 346:553, 2018-02-12_-_Armed_groups_….png)

>Moscow invites BRICS partners to invest in rebuilding post-war Syria

>Russia has invited its partners among the BRICS nations (Brazil, India, China and South Africa) to establish a foothold in the promising Syrian market, according to the Russian Ambassador to the country, Alexander Kinshchak.



>Syria, DPRK discuss developing parliamentary relations

>Damascus, SANA – Speaker of the People’s Assembly Hammoudeh Sabbagh affirmed the importance to develop bilateral relations between Syria and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) in all fields, especially in the parliamentary field.



>Armed groups target Damascus, its Countryside, and Daraa with shells, damaging Ibn Sina Hospital

>Damascus/Daraa, SANA – Material damage was caused on Monday due to shelling attacks by armed groups on Damascus and its Countryside in a new violation of the de-escalation zone in Eastern Ghouta.



6ad429 No.478

File: e4aa7d61f079d6d⋯.png (1.47 MB, 885x3407, 885:3407, 2018-02-11_-_Al-Qaeda_lead….png)

File: cea93047215890f⋯.png (33.4 KB, 530x328, 265:164, 2018-02-11_-_The_Guardian_….png)

File: cc663d12080d25c⋯.jpg (96.71 KB, 648x960, 27:40, Netflix_The_White_Helmets.jpg)

>"Former" Al-Qaeda leader in Syria ‘welcomes’ Israeli airstrikes


>Joke of the day (second pic):

>The Guardian: The US has been "hovering passively on the sidelines in Syria" (They say the same about the UK as well).

I use archive.org only as a last resort but when Archive.is/fo doesn't work well I have little choice. If there's a trick to get a shorter url for archive.org I'm interested. Just any short url website that can be gone the next day won't do - it has to work long term.

6ad429 No.479

>(((Macron))): France will strike if proof found chemical weapons used in Syria - president (Def. Minister/ex Generals claim there's never been any proof).

>Moscow: Tip-off received on Al-Nusra, White Helmets plotting chemical weapons provocation in Syria

>Russia’s Center for Reconciliation in Syria says it's been warned that Jabhat Al-Nusra terrorists brought in chlorine containers to a local village, where they aimed to work with the White Helmets to stage “a provocation.” Late on Monday, the center received a phone call from a resident of the village of Serakab in Idlib province about the planned incident.

>Unrelated Irony: US warns EU against defense industry protectionism

6ad429 No.480

File: 70c012143d4c25b⋯.png (1.01 MB, 1008x1909, 1008:1909, 2017-09-21_-_Russia_warns_….png)

File: abeb67ca2d2de8c⋯.png (907.05 KB, 703x1224, 703:1224, 2017-09-24_-_Satellite_ima….png)

File: 52ee009c6ba3dab⋯.png (797.68 KB, 1002x1882, 501:941, 2017-09-24_-_US_special_op….png)

Official admission from the State Dept. today:

>Tillerson: The US & coalition forces today control 30% of the Syrian territory, and control a large amount of the population, and control a large amount of Syria's oil fields. So I think in terms of this observation that the US has little leverage or role to play is simply false.

So the US helped SDF take control of oil fields to gain leverage for regime change. The US escorted/transported (((IS))) out of Raqqa and once redeployed, they forced the SAA to retreat. SDF moved in shortly after without a single shot fired between SDF and (((IS))).

I'm somewhat critical of the role of Russia at that specific moment but I understand it was a difficult position. Basically, they had intel US special forces were with (((IS))) (i.e. they were all US military). Fearing the US reaction, they did very little (if anything) to prevent the "transfer from Raqqa". At least that's my take on it. Knowing how trigger happy the ZOG army is, they probably made the correct decision I guess? They don't care about sending their soldiers back home in boxes for Israel but if you kill one of their special zogbots in (((IS))) they'll act like they did after 9/11.

Pics for some context at the time.

On another topic: If any anon can go digging on the US MSM "Russian Wagner mercs" massacre, I'd appreciate it. All I know is ISIS Hunters from DZ lost some people, that's it. I can't dig 24/7 to be honest.

1c7df8 No.481


>"Russian Wagner mercs" massacre

From what I gather it's just more irrelevant he-said-she-said bullshit just in time for the russian elections

92d2f0 No.482


>Random Feb 12


>Idlib Feb 12


>Afrin Feb 12


>DeZ-Bukamal Feb12


>E Ghouta Feb 12


>Yemen Jan 31


Developments Feb 14

>Opposition sources claim that HTS sold military helicopter parts and equipment from Taftanaz airbase to the SAA

>Turkish military delegation enters Idlib to set up new deescalation zone in Ma’arat Al-Nu’man

>Tillerson; "Fight against ISIS is not over" Olive Branch Op “has detracted from our fight to defeat Isis in eastern Syria”

>US military used B-52 bombers and AC-130 gunships on DeZ airstrikes last week

>Russian Ministry source; "Information disseminated by Bloomberg about hundreds of Russian nationals killed is disinformation”

>US Air Force insists Feb 7th airstrike in Syria was ‘self-defence’

>NW Afrin; FSA capture Qoudah Qawi inside the strategic Rajou District from YPG

>Opposition sources; SAA is currently shelling US backed forces at Aj-Junaynah and Husseinia from the Ayyash district of Deir Ezzor city

>Turkey deploys elite urban warfare unit of several hundred fighters to Janadaris in SW Afrin

>Iran calls on US to immediately withdraw from Syria in response to recent comments by Tillerson

>Netanyahu said on Wednesday that his government is “stable”, criticized police investigation into him


>From what I gather it's just more irrelevant he-said-she-said bullshit just in time for the russian elections

Basically this, also the source for the claims is a Ukrainian PMC that fought in the Donetsk conflict and is upset at the Russian government for not providing more support

6ad429 No.483

File: c0801ae587c0ced⋯.mp4 (11.29 MB, 640x360, 16:9, UNSC - Jaafari slams US, a….mp4)

>2018-02-14 - Syrian Permanent Representative to the United Nations Bashar Jaafari voiced severe criticism of the US and its coalition partners, addressing the United Nations Security Council meeting in New York City on Wednesday.

>SOT, Bashar Jaafari, Syrian Permanent Representative to the United Nations (Arabic): "The attack on 8th of February in northern-eastern Deir Ezzor, that the alliance illegally undertook against the Syrian national forces that were standing against ISIS terrorists, I emphasize this, the region where the Syrian national forces attacked ISIS was under the US protection, north-east of Deir Elzor. It's a strip with 30 km in width and 65 km in length. IS, which we fought and destroyed, left this Deir Ez-Zor and Abu Kamal, with the US protection and positioned itself at Iraq-Syrian borders. When IS was attacked by Syrian popular forces, the Syrian forces were attacked by the American Air Force, which proves again and without doubt, the real mission of this coalition and the role that Washington plays in supporting ISIS. Like it did earlier by targeting Syrian national forces in air force attacks at northern Jabal Al-tharda near Deir Elzor, on the 17/09/2016, allowing IS to occupy these regions. Not to mention the deliberate destruction of 90 percent of the city of Raqqa. This coalition has not felt to uphold its commitment to neutralize tens of thousands of mines left behind by Daesh after they left the region to continue their terroristic services under two banners: American in east of Euphrates and Turkish in northern Afrin."

>SOT, Bashar Jaafari, Syrian Permanent Representative to the United Nations (Arabic): "These [coalition] countries have abused the principles of the [UN] charter and they have defied its rules when they assisted terrorist groups and facilitated their acquiring of poisonous chemical weapons, to be used against innocent civilians, after which, manipulating the places and dates of the incidents, and setting up false and misleading testimonies to an investigative mechanism whose integrity and objectivity are a subject of doubt, with the aim of framing the Syrian government. Here, this is a large collection, Mr. President, containing 136 messages that had been sent by the Syrian government to you. 136 messages with very important information about the importing and use of chemical weapons by the terrorists, from outside of Syria into Syria. And they [chemical weapons] were used. 136 messages addressing nothing but the chemical [weapons] issue were distributed as official documents. And they are all in your procession. But no one cares."

>SOT, Bashar Jaafari, Syrian Permanent Representative to the United Nations (Arabic): "I was very sad to hear the statement by the Special Envoy, which I have listened to carefully, has not remotely touched upon the fact that there exists a US occupation in parts of my country, or the fact that there is a Turkish occupation in parts of my country. The Special Envoy said that there is a cross-border conflict in Afrin, not an unlawful Turkish occupation in my country, and the attack on a Syrian city called Afrin."

6ad429 No.484

File: a69704f755de858⋯.jpg (519.36 KB, 905x1280, 181:256, General Suheil al-Hassan.jpg)




6ad429 No.486

File: bb711982d985175⋯.png (46.82 KB, 614x433, 614:433, 2018-02-17_-_RT_on_Twitter….png)

Not exactly breaking news material… I know.

>Turkey hits K*rds with toxic gas, 6 civilians injured – reports

Pic related: unhappy Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs vs. RT (Possibly editor-in-chief Margarita Simonyan).

6ad429 No.487

File: ee9baf095f20d8c⋯.jpg (641.09 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-02-18 - East Ghouta.jpg)

>Unconfirmed - Syrian Kurdish (YPJ) official: deal for Syrian army to enter Afrin (Russian military police first). Pro-YPG outlet claims an agreement between YPG and Syrian army has been reached to distribute Syrian army units in Afrin area and block further Turkish and rebel advances.

Of course there's "conditions". There's more details out there but I'll wait for the Syrian government reaction.

>Syrian Air Defense shoot down a small Israeli UAV 1.5km from border

>East Ghoutta SAA offensive - Operation Damascus Steel - Phase 1 of 3

>SAA forces involved: 1st Division, 4th Division, 9th Division, Republic Guards, Tiger Forces, 14th Division (special forces)

>SyAAF & RuAF support.

>SAA targeted with artillery and MRLSs terrorists positions in Misraba, Erbin, Jasrin

>Damascus offered an alternative for al-Ghouta militants to leave to Idlib or Daraa

The tiger >>484 has arrived on scene. Get /comfy/.

8c2ce8 No.488

Lurker here. Thank you for the updates. I check this board every day or two.

6ad429 No.489

File: 114f8e86250a477⋯.jpg (53.44 KB, 426x388, 213:194, Afrin Deal SAA Conditions ….jpg)

File: aceb84f0293259e⋯.png (979.76 KB, 1002x1627, 1002:1627, 2018-02-18_-_Tillerson_in_….png)


First pic: Supposedly, this is the Syrian Army conditions for the Afrin deal. It's basically what you would expect from any government taking back its own territory during a conflict.

>More on Afrin: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson visited Turkey in an attempt to make a deal involving the creation of a so-called buffer zone in Afrin and joint US-Turkey military patrols in & around Manbij.

>Tillerson in Ankara pledges limited weapon supplies to SDF, says Manbij ‘priority’ in Syria




Good to know there's a few lurkers. Feel free to contribute if you have a little time for it.

6ad429 No.490

File: ab4da6695dad0ee⋯.jpg (108.89 KB, 933x522, 311:174, DWWNc7UX0AAX7B9.jpg)

File: 7e9bb47c8cf6c76⋯.jpg (131.53 KB, 945x521, 945:521, DWWNhoaWkAQtCO5.jpg)

File: 258609caf228c9b⋯.jpg (83.65 KB, 947x526, 947:526, DWWNq8jWsAAMpHW.jpg)

File: 372574108f31292⋯.png (499.36 KB, 545x685, 109:137, 19219-1.PNG)

File: d9ec4fd32f56880⋯.png (320.48 KB, 535x500, 107:100, 19219-2.PNG)

>The Muslim Brotherhood affiliate group Ahrar al-Shram and the Free Syrian Army-linked Noor al-Din al-Zenki faction official announced that they had merged ranks into a new unified militia called Jabhat Tahrir Souriya (JTS).

>The new militia has sworn to fight the Syrian Army and any rival rebel faction that opposes it (reference to Al-Qaeda affiliate group Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham - HTS)


>Pics related: Operation Damascus Steel - It's time to make popcorn edition

From all indications and reports, there's a massive deployment of forces currently taking place including tribal units from the provinces of Raqqa & Deir Ezzor.

6ad429 No.491

File: 9f8cebd751c53ee⋯.jpg (124.68 KB, 720x960, 3:4, Tiger01.jpg)

File: 97d5f6780514014⋯.jpg (18.72 KB, 540x350, 54:35, Tiger02.jpg)

>Russian Special Forces bodyguards for the Tiger (Brigadier General Suheil al-Hassan)

tl;dr: The Ghouta Front is known for betrayal, corruption, traitors (long story). Russian is fully aware that a lot of (((people))) would love to eliminate the Tiger. Others claims it's only to protect the Russian coordination officer(s) always with him. Israel can't just drone/bomb him with Russians always nearby.

>Moscow: Valdai Club conference on Middle East

>Sergey Lavrov: US must leave the area it controls in southern Syria (Al-Tanf).

6ad429 No.492

File: e97f4d14ce07778⋯.jpg (682.64 KB, 2048x1153, 2048:1153, DWW3nkGXkAAPXoT.jpg)


>Russia* is fully aware …

>Others claim* …

I try to avoid typos but it happens sometimes. I'm expecting a lot of info on this major operation and the Afrin deal in the coming hours. Stay tuned.

>Tiger force spokeman: To the militants in Ghouta your tunnels that protect you will be your graveyard, it will swallow you. Unfortunately we won’t be able to film your filthy corpses

6ad429 No.495

File: 50dd4cbf9d0e6d6⋯.jpg (109.15 KB, 1024x538, 512:269, Jihadist group Mujahideen ….jpg)

>Libya: Jihadist group Mujahideen Shura Council in Derna celebrating the anniversary of the uprising against Ghaddafi.

Your eyes are not playing tricks on you, this is a real photo. They dressed up like winnie the pooh and dora the explorer because this is PR for children (the ones they didn't enslave yet). No doubt Sarkozy & Obama are very proud of this success story (all part of the process of bringing democracy).

6ad429 No.496

File: b3ad52e29a012b7⋯.jpg (306.8 KB, 717x1200, 239:400, All Jihadist groups involv….jpg)

File: 4a025242022ce6f⋯.jpg (338.76 KB, 1084x1015, 1084:1015, 2018-02-19 - Afrin map.jpg)

File: b767d868c1e147b⋯.jpg (248.98 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, 83891283.jpg)

File: 2a679be02e972bc⋯.jpg (75.83 KB, 1200x796, 300:199, 23923894.jpg)

>Afrin update

Still no official deal announced. Bits of info here and there but nothing concrete yet.

>Pic1 - All Jihadists groups involved in Turkey's Olive Branch military operation in Afrin:

I'd like to say thank you to the Turkroach graphic department for making my job easier. It's very appreciated (could have picked a better font but I got lazy).

>SANA/RT - Putin & Erdogan discuss situation in Syria by phone (Erdogan also called Iranian Pres. Rouhani)

>Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu says: "When SAA enters Afrin to clean it from YPG, then there is no problem. If it enters to protect YPG, then no one can stop Turkish army."

>Syrian state TV was reporting live from Afrin today

>ANFNews publish list of names of 103 FSA mercenaries killed in Afrin in the past 10 days, almost all are from Aleppo city

>Eastern Ghouta - Operation Damascus Steel (pics #3&4 related)

>Lavrov: al-Nusra terrorists take civilians as human shields

>SAA Bm-27/30s are targeting terrorists fortifications in the open areas

>SAA struck an mortar shell workshop-depot near Misraba

>SAA will use many T90 tanks. Ground attack is imminent.

>SyAAF helicopters flying over East Ghouta

6ad429 No.498

File: d86b937a003c093⋯.png (1.27 MB, 1014x2433, 338:811, 2018-02-20_-_Lebanon_ready….png)

File: 75c23259d9126a0⋯.jpg (13.24 KB, 263x223, 263:223, General Joseph Aoun.jpg)

>Lebanon ready to confront any ‘Israeli aggression at all costs’ – army




>“I reaffirm again our categorical rejection of the Israeli enemy infringing on Lebanon’s sovereignty and its sacred right to exploit all its economic resources,” General Joseph Aoun said, as quoted by the Lebanese army. “The army will not spare any method available to confront any Israeli aggression, whatever that costs.”

6ad429 No.499

File: a81e5625e41e473⋯.mp4 (725.15 KB, 240x180, 4:3, Inside SAA T-90A Tank - Sy….mp4)

File: 65516fff113847d⋯.mp4 (380.3 KB, 270x180, 3:2, Bm-27-30 hitting militias ….mp4)


I don't usually bother with low quality videos but with all the JewTube censorship I lost track of some channels (they get deleted, come back days/weeks later). R&U alone got banned at least 8 times.

6ad429 No.500

File: 70c3ee45b9a63c8⋯.png (1.06 MB, 1006x1848, 503:924, 2018-02-20_-_Pro-govt_Syri….png)

File: 93a207c0f507641⋯.jpg (90.03 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a8c3dbffc7e933f368b4575.jpg)

>Pro-govt Syrian fighters begin entering Afrin despite Turkish threats – Syrian TV



>A convoy of fighters waving Syrian flags has apparently entered the northern Kurdish-held region of Afrin, which Turkey is targeting in a cross-border operation, footage on Syrian state TV shows. The pro-government fighters were filmed entering the village of Nubul in some 20 pickup trucks. An RT source on the ground has confirmed the movement of troops to Afrin.

>A reporter at the scene for Syrian state agency SANA that the area where the fighters arrived has already been targeted by an attack from the Turkish side. Turkish media later reported that an artillery attack on the convoy forced it to retreat.

6ad429 No.501

File: de46d2c7de5d52f⋯.mp4 (268.72 KB, 332x180, 83:45, SAA artillery targeting Ea….mp4)


The above-mentioned convoy was the Iranian-backed NDF (National Defence Forces). Logical conclusion for now: Focus of the Syrian government is Ghouta.

>Video: SAA artillery targeting Eastern Ghouta

6ad429 No.504

File: f360051c70a107f⋯.png (98.05 KB, 734x1306, 367:653, 2018-02-19_-_Israel_signs_….png)

File: 939033f1336b2e8⋯.jpg (66.19 KB, 842x516, 421:258, Netanyahu-Sisi_03.jpg)

>Egypt signs 15 billion deal with Israeli gas company





>The deal, reportedly worth 15 billion USD, was signed between Delek Drilling and its US partner Noble Energy Inc. one side, and the Egyptian company Dolphinus Holdings Ltd. Under the deal, Delek Drilling is set to supply the Egyptian company with 64 billion cubic meters of natural gas.

>Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised the deal, stating it would massively benefit Israel.

Thankfully, I can delete my own replies. I wouldn't mind being able to edit also. It would make things a lot easier when I mess up (repeatedly).

6ad429 No.505

File: 95ebff41dbfd3ae⋯.png (343.37 KB, 603x562, 603:562, Very Moderate Mothers of M….PNG)

6ad429 No.506

File: fb587bcf464ec27⋯.png (246.54 KB, 753x906, 251:302, 2018-02-19_-_Iran_Warns_Te….png)

>Iran Warns Tel Aviv against Military Folly



>TEHRAN (FNA) - Secretary of Iran’s Expediency Discernment Council Mohsen Rezayee blasted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his remarks at the Munich Security Conference, warning that Tel Aviv will be leveled to the ground in case of the slightest folly by the regime.

>Netanyahu claimed at the Munich Security Conference on Sunday that his regime could “act” directly against Iran, showing off what he called a piece of an Iranian drone which the Israeli military claims to have downed more than a week ago.

>Rezayee lambasted the Israeli premier's comments in an interview with Arabic-language al-Manar news channel on Monday, adding, “About Netanyahu's unwise words, I should say that if they carry out the slightest unwise move against Iran, we will level Tel Aviv to the ground and will not give any opportunity to Netanyahu to flee. The US and Israeli leaders don’t know Iran and don’t understand the power of resistance and therefore, they continuously face defeat.”

92d2f0 No.507


>E Ghouta Feb 18


>Afrin Feb 17


>Idlib Feb 14


>Random Feb 12


>DeZ-Bukamal Feb12


>Yemen Jan 31


Devs Feb20

>Syrian air defense on high alert as Israeli warplanes were seen flying along the Syrian-Lebanese border

>White Helmets are reportedly planning on staging a false chemical attack in the E Ghouta region

>Reports; 3 trucks loaded with ‘tons’ of chlorine enter Idlib from Turkey

>NDF reportedly now mobilizing troops, vehicles and armor in large numbers to enter Afrin and assist Kurdish forces

>Erdogan: Turkish Army will encirle Afrin, speed up operation "our flag…will go up on a flagpole towards the height it deserves”

>Erdogan spokesman calls reports on Syrian pro-govt forces entering Afrin ‘propaganda’

>Rebels capture Zaitounah, Arab Wiran, Aj-Jamiliyah, Deir Sawan, Sourani, Hayati, Sharqanli, Marwana Fouqani, Marwana Thatani and Kawlki from K*rds

>Senior Israeli general warns of ‘increased chances of war’ in Golan Heights

>Death toll in E Damas increases as SAA and jihadists clash, SOHR claims at least 45 people killed during SAA ops in Zamalka, Harasta, Mesraba, and ‘Ayn Tarma

>E Ghouta; Jaysh Al-Islam strengthening defenses in preparation for upcoming SAA offensive

>Taliban fighters overran four security outposts in Farah, western Afghanistan, killing 24 policemen

6ad429 No.508

File: ea81c75589b3289⋯.png (614.04 KB, 1024x639, 1024:639, Oy vey RT can't have a cha….png)


Expect the usual suspects to talk about the last hospital/bakery in Eastern Ghouta with chemical weapons stories and exclusive footage recorded by AFP's "jihadists reporters". Yesterday, it was the first story on state-run France2 and many other western channels. Same old bullshit.

French media is some of the most manipulative out there. It's not just me saying it, but also a well-known reporter (Richard Labévière) who got fired because he interviewed Assad in 2008. Watch TV5, France24 or listen to RFI for a full month, you'll understand. (((They))) are currently freaking out about the new RT France channel. So much so, they intend to make a new international channel or revamp France24 with a focus on fighting "fake news" (for Macron's next election).

6ad429 No.510

File: 207b23edda3bdd5⋯.png (237.56 KB, 748x1022, 374:511, 2018-02-21_-_Terrorists_Lo….png)

>Terrorists' Logistic Convoy Hit in Syrian-Russian Airstrikes in Eastern Ghouta



>TEHRAN (FNA) - The Syrian and Russian fighter jets bombed a convoy of terrorists and their military equipment heading from Eastern Qalamoun region towards army positions in Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, inflicting heavy tolls and damages on them.

>Field sources reported on Tuesday that the Russian and Syrian warplanes targeted the positions of Ahmad Abdu terrorist group and other militants who were preparing to launch an offensive against the Syrian army positions near al-Zamir airbase in North of Eastern Ghouta. They added that during the airstrikes against the terrorists in regions near al-Rahibeh and Petra in Eastern Qalamoun a number of terrorists were killed and several of their vehicles and military equipment were smashed. Members of Ahmad Abdu terrorist group were preparing to attack the Syrian army positions in the region.

>In a relevant development earlier today, the Syrian army's air and ground units smashed the military base and arm caches of the terrorists in the Eastern Ghouta of Damascus, as government forces are preparing for extensive operations in the region. Field sources reported that the Syrian fighter jets and artillery units have pounded the terrorists' positions and moves in the towns of al-Shifouniyeh, al-Nashabiyeh, Saqaba, Hamouriyeh, Mesraba, al-Mohammadiyeh, Hazeh, Beit Sowa, Jisrin, Kafr Batna, Duma and Arabayn.

>Meantime, during the operations, several positions of the terrorists, including one of their training bases and a number of arms and ammunition caches in the farms between Harasta and Duma were destroyed. The sources also confirmed that the Syrian army has sent more forces and equipment from Central Syria towards Eastern Ghouta in Damascus, adding that there is an imminent possibility for the army's extensive operations in the region.

6ad429 No.511

File: 8ce4812f84e4ea9⋯.mp4 (14.91 MB, 800x374, 400:187, 2018-02-19_-_SAA_convoy_ar….mp4)

>Video (volume warning): A large Syrian Army convoys in Damascus containing all sorts of tanks, armored vehicles, and heavy artillery arrives in Eastern Damascus in preparation for an extensive military operation against militants in Eastern Ghouta.

Filesize limit is a bitch - can't believe I used to do this with 12MB max years/months ago. - will do webms again eventually (maybe).

6ad429 No.512

File: c3048bab8363637⋯.png (393.73 KB, 743x1245, 743:1245, 2018-02-21_-_Syrian_Forces….png)

File: 1ab4d1e7136cdee⋯.jpg (73.73 KB, 800x557, 800:557, 2018-02-21_-_Syrian_Forces….jpg)

File: 92f395e914b141f⋯.jpg (94.27 KB, 800x557, 800:557, 2018-02-21_-_Syrian_Forces….jpg)

File: bfb6a439eda05f1⋯.jpg (96.78 KB, 800x557, 800:557, 2018-02-21_-_Syrian_Forces….jpg)

File: e265d019ee616f9⋯.jpg (91.99 KB, 800x557, 800:557, 2018-02-21_-_Syrian_Forces….jpg)

6ad429 No.513

File: 29360bbfbba8a26⋯.jpg (2.89 KB, 190x300, 19:30, Assad - Régis Le Sommier.jpg)

File: 27e38efced543ea⋯.png (83.95 KB, 1021x813, 1021:813, Régis Le Sommier - Wikiped….PNG)

Okay this is a bit random but I think it's worth posting. State-run CBC Radio (SRC in French) in Canada invited a reporter who met Assad two times in 2014 for the French magazine Paris Match. At the time (((IS))) was on a major offensive. Assad didn't have any reason to be friendly or generous with his time but he not only did the interview, he met a second time with the reporter just to talk.

(CBC Radio is a bit like NPR in the US. It's basically SJW shows or MSM news stories. They have never been honest about Syria since 2011 so there was no reason to expect anything interesting would happen.)

Background info on the reporter:

>Name: Régis Le Sommier

>First pic: His recently published book about Assad

https://twitter.com/lesommierrgis (to my surprise he seems to retweet /sg/-approved sources)


So the tl;dr version is: The CBC SJW cunt did her best to control the interview but at one point had to let the guest talk. He gave a good background story about Assad (minus the CIA killing his father), talked about his experiences on the ground in Damascus/Aleppo and most importantly, corrected the MSM bullshit on the poor innocent rebels. He interrupted the cunt and made the point that it wasn't poor innocent civilians getting attacked in Eastern Ghouta but an army of jihadists who use civilians as hostages for protection.

6ad429 No.514

File: 3a023e8b2dc38fb⋯.png (3.85 MB, 937x10952, 937:10952, 2018-02-21_-_The_Factory_A….png)

File: 3269fe871373892⋯.png (1.73 MB, 956x9920, 239:2480, 2018-02-21_-_The_Factory_A….png)

File: c2ecdc0816ade1d⋯.png (1.56 MB, 958x8295, 958:8295, 2018-02-21_-_The_Factory_A….png)

File: a6e89d638207f1a⋯.png (1.58 MB, 958x9601, 958:9601, 2018-02-21_-_The_Factory_A….png)

File: 0732123da36eefc⋯.png (232.98 KB, 775x490, 155:98, 9-Map-Current-political-si….png)

>The Factory: A Glimpse Into Syria’s War Economy



At first, I wasn't going to post this for multiple reasons but I changed my mind. It's a very long article and very detailed. I shouldn't have to say this but this is 8ch - let it be known that I don't agree with everything in the article nor do I agree with the views of the author. He's not exactly pro-assad (that's one way to put it).

tl;dr summary: There's a few cement factories in Syria but one in particular is north of Raqqa and owned by LafargeHolcim. They spent a lot of money to buy it and dealt with (((IS))) to protect their investment. From 2015, the factory has been used by the US, British, French special forces as a base of operation and training facility.

Note: This is not included in the above article but an indicted Lafarge executive has claimed French diplomats knew but urged them to stay in Syria. Of course, the French government denies any such claims. A lot of damage control happening over this and if that doesn't work, anyone still talking will be the victim of a freak accident.

6ad429 No.517

File: a25954477f56b21⋯.png (286.06 KB, 758x914, 379:457, 2018-02-21_-_Trucks_carryi….png)

File: cd135fc3f903542⋯.png (436.58 KB, 749x2771, 749:2771, 2018-02-21_-_Syria_in_past….png)

File: f11ff67d4c3f6e9⋯.png (234.39 KB, 756x1009, 756:1009, 2018-02-21_-_Infighting_er….png)

File: dc79cc545b4bab6⋯.png (289.09 KB, 756x1435, 108:205, 2018-02-21_-_US_raises_sec….png)

File: 60ad0819caa30a2⋯.png (382.38 KB, 740x1133, 740:1133, 2018-02-21_-_No_One_Allowe….png)

Great timing for 8ch to completely go to shit (hosting issue) but I'll try this again.


>Trucks carrying chemical materials cross Turkish border into Syria - White Helmets & Western Intel. preparing a new scenario (Pic #1)

>Syria in past 24 Hours: Hundreds of popular forces join Syrian army in anti-terrorism battle (Pic #2)

>Hundreds of pro-Damascus Tribal fighters arrive in Eastern Ghouta

Syria (Afrin):

>Turkish Army dispatches hundreds of fresh forces to Northern Syria (1,200 special forces)

>Hawar news: Kurdish combatants destroyed a tank and two BMP vehicles of the Turkish troops and their allied militants in the village of Deir Souran in Shera region

>Turkish Army captures more Kurdish-held regions in Northern Syria (https://archive.fo/OwGye)

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo):

>Infighting erupts again among rival Terrorist groups in Northern Syria (Pics #3)

>Russian MoD: More regions join peace agreement with Syrian Gov't - The villages of al-Qasibiyeh, Arinaba and Sotoh al-Dayer in Idlib province have endorsed the peace agreement with the army in the last 24 hours


>Iranian President firmly rejects renegotiation of Nuclear Deal - Iran's defensive power not negotiable

>South Africa to cut diplomatic ties with Israel

>US raises security status at bases in Iraq after warning by Hashd al-Shaabi (Iraqi Popular Forces) (Pic #4)

>Saudi TV shamelessly steal heroics of Yemeni fighter valiantly saving his injured comrade in battle

>Moscow does not rule out tit-for-tat steps in response to possible US sanctions

>Israeli soldiers abduct two teens, a journalist, injure many, near Ramallah

>Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi: No one allowed to use Iraqi soil against Iran (Pic #5)

1c7df8 No.518


Is this real? Does this mean that "YPG" agreed with the demands of Syrian gov.?

6ad429 No.519

File: 8866385db30f388⋯.jpg (143.41 KB, 1125x619, 1125:619, DWo_vLJV4AIXZ_F.jpg)

File: e741c0a6e421b19⋯.jpg (100.81 KB, 1125x641, 1125:641, DWo_vLKVMAI2kSy.jpg)

File: 5a262443e63fd4b⋯.jpg (133.11 KB, 1125x853, 1125:853, DWo_vLQV4AAGwp-.jpg)


>Does this mean that "YPG" agreed with the demands of Syrian gov.?

I wish I could give you a clear & definitive answer but no one can at the moment. Apparently, there is an unofficial deal on the ground right now involving pro-Assad militias (NDF) but officially speaking, there's no deal that I'm aware of. If you've been following Syria closely, you will understand nothing is simple about this conflict and this month in particular has been one of the most difficult in that regard. It's nearly impossible to stay on top of all the developments unless you only focus on one region or only major events.


>Syrian flags reportedly raised in Afrin and parts of Aleppo

>Pictures of Assad raised in Afrin's main Freedom Square

6ad429 No.520

File: 26f008afc591b36⋯.png (446.79 KB, 600x621, 200:207, 2018-02-22_-_EastGhouta_hu….PNG)

File: f4eee0824472d32⋯.png (884.09 KB, 521x956, 521:956, 2018-02-22_-_YPG-SAA_Alepp….PNG)

File: f8a7a0ef78bdcfa⋯.mp4 (568.77 KB, 358x640, 179:320, Russia deploying its brand….mp4)

File: bf71405000b212e⋯.jpg (73.53 KB, 1400x946, 700:473, Sukhoi Su-57 Stealth Multi….jpg)


>YPG agrees to hand over control of TelRifaat to SAA

>YPG agrees to hand over all of its positions in Aleppo city to the SAA in an official statement, says the SAA took over the positions because they had to go defend Afrin

>The last convoys of SAA units assigned to DamascusSteel operation arrived to East Ghouta outskirts today.

>SyAAF dropped leaflets on East Ghouta announcing that the SAA established a humanitarian crossing points for the civilians, giving them the chance of getting out from the clashes zone (Jihadists will shoot anyone trying to escape).

>Unconfirmed: Ongoing negotiations between the Syrian government/Russia and KSA (Saudi Arabia) representing the militias in East Ghouta

>UNSC meeting on Eastern Ghouta - Syrian government envoy gets told by the current President (Kuwait) of the council that he only has five minutes to speak. Response: I'll speak as long as I want like all other envoys. (supported by Russia).

>Very long statement followed with a ton of information (will try to find the full speech but don't count on it).

>Video (volume warning for headphones fags): Russia deploying its brand new fifth generation fighter jet the Su-57 in Khmemeim AB.

>2 Su-57, 4 Su-35, 4 Su-25, & 1 A-50U were deployed at the RuAF AB in Latakia/Jableh today

6ad429 No.521

File: 51a2ad9a3f563d2⋯.png (446.17 KB, 584x528, 73:66, East_Ghouta_caged_civilian….PNG)

File: 4fde3915b81da4e⋯.jpg (110.23 KB, 668x720, 167:180, East_Ghouta_caged_civilian….jpg)

File: 1a4e48511522415⋯.jpg (62.05 KB, 854x480, 427:240, East_Ghouta_caged_civilian….jpg)

Unrelated to above pics - We have confirmed crisis actors activity in Eastern Ghouta. Expect video footage all over MSM and oscar nominations.

6ad429 No.522

>Unconfirmed: East Ghouta Op DamascusSteel will be halted for 4 days starting from tonight. Children, women and old men over 60 will be allowed to evacuate. If this truce came up as a success it will pave the way for farther negotiations, otherwise the military operation will continue.

6ad429 No.523

File: bda5561d39c5964⋯.jpg (35.22 KB, 423x259, 423:259, DWrbY6dWAAE9qOb.jpg)

File: 668d4fc0b27447e⋯.jpg (58.91 KB, 540x960, 9:16, DWrbaeoXkAEMqvh.jpg)

File: 60d43cdc4e2747d⋯.mp4 (987.06 KB, 320x180, 16:9, 2018-02-22_-_Ghouta_SAA_Sn….mp4)

Conflicting info. We'll have to see what actually happens in the next 24 hours.

According to a field commander this is what the Tiger (Brigadier General Suheil al-Hassan) told his troops:

>"We won’t allow anyone to interfere in the battle, & regarding the opening of safe passages from the western side, this is totally unacceptable, hit with your fire & don’t show mercy, hit & let the wind scream"

6ad429 No.524

File: 7413974a3e3fb17⋯.jpg (41.1 KB, 720x405, 16:9, The Tiger drinking moderat….jpg)

File: 66218ee45b6237f⋯.jpg (122.84 KB, 1200x750, 8:5, MSM E.Ghouta Map.jpg)


>Over 285 gunmen that surrendered to the army and applied for government pardoning received amnesty in Northern Homs and Northeastern Aleppo.

>Lavrov: US & allies refuse to amend UN draft to include guarantee militants honor Syria ceasefire

>Jihadists fire mortar shells from Eastern Ghouta at residential areas of Damascus

>Erdogan: 415 sq-km under Turkish Forces' control in Northern Syria

>Putin: Russian forces alongside Syrian Army defeated terrorist organizations in Syria

>SANA: Massive material damage caused to the Intensive Care Unit at the Medical Surgery Hospital in Baghdad Street in Damascus due to attack with a rocket shell by the armed groups positioned in Eastern Ghouta

>Dozens of militant missiles/Mortars strike Damascus neighbourhoods which lead to tens of wounded and martyred.

>2 additional Russian Su-57 landed in the RuAF AB in Khmemeim (total of 4)

>RuAF conducting multiple air strikes against JAI ammo depots in East Qalamun

>A 1 km long convoy of the SAA 10th mechanized division was sent today for striking the terrorists in Eastern Ghouta

>Aleppo: Neighborhoods of Sheikh Maqsoud and youth housing in Ashrafiya under the control of Kurdish forces, will be handed over to the SAA in the coming days.


>US announces ‘largest-ever’ sanctions on North Korea

>Closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Olympics: South Korean MPs want North’s delegate killed (North Korean General Kim Yong Chol)

>Sheldon Adelson may bankroll US embassy’s Jerusalem move

>Breaking: US to open new embassy in Jerusalem in May - State Department

>Palestinian protesters egg US politicians visiting Ramallah

6ad429 No.525

File: ef4ae17f11c2443⋯.png (441.36 KB, 747x2036, 747:2036, 2018-02-23_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Soon to Liberate Strategic Region in Eastern Damascus



92d2f0 No.526


>Afrin Feb 21


>E Ghouta Feb 18


>Idlib Feb 14


>Random Feb 12


>DeZ-Bukamal Feb12


>Yemen Jan 31


Developments Feb 22

>Lavrov; UNSC goal is to put the blame on Damascus for everything and provide cover for militants

>Hundreds of Syrians have held a demonstration in Afrin to celebrate arrival of pro-government fighters

>Daraa; Senior officer and Shariaa Board member of HTS assassinated by 4 unknown assailants in Al-Gharbiyah after exiting mosque

>E Ghouta; RuAf carry out relay bombings, 30 strikes in relay to one another in ‘scout-designate-attack’ fashion similar to USAF

>At least two Su-57 stealth fighters arrived at the Russian Khmeimim Air Base on Wednesday

>YPG reportedly to hand over some Aleppo districts to SAA, some of the listed locations are Bustan Basha, Al-Halk, Baiden, Al-Haidariyah, and ‘Ayn Al-Abyad

>7th Armored Division redeploy to E Ghouta after spending most of the war in the W Ghouta region

>Idlib; New alliance of Ahrar Al-Sham and Harakat Nouriddeen Al-Zinki imposes full control over Ma’arat Al-Nu’man

>SAA resume their attack on E Ghouta, launching 30 missiles at Jobar and ‘Ayn Tarma

>Gaza officials have declared a state of emergency as the economy reaches brink of complete collapse



Nice updates, anon

6ad429 No.527

File: 13c0dfc7b27ca50⋯.jpg (148.75 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, JAI (Jaysh al-Islam) - Hea….jpg)

File: 0273d3addd46789⋯.png (1.44 MB, 774x2413, 774:2413, 2018-02-23_-_Jaysh_al-Isla….png)


>More info on: RuAF conducting multiple air strikes against JAI (Jaysh al-Islam) ammo depots in East Qalamun

>Jaysh al-Islam shells Damascus with heavy rockets - Russian warplanes respond

>JAI likely targeted the Rukn al-Din district with a Syrian-made Maysalun unguided artillery rocket. The rocket is a copy of the Iranian Zelzal-2 rocket. Maysalun has a range of 210km and a heavy high explosive (HE) warhead.



6ad429 No.528

File: 921d4709858b678⋯.png (545.53 KB, 1079x2094, 1079:2094, 2018-02-23_-_MoA_-_Syria_-….png)

File: 2c4bac688068830⋯.png (156.75 KB, 1074x762, 179:127, 2018-02-23_-_France_AMC_GM….png)

File: d0616d031a0672c⋯.png (53.5 KB, 354x172, 177:86, AMC-GMC Propaganda (French….png)

>Syria - The Two East-Ghouta Campaigns - One Is For Liberation, The Other To Save Terrorists



>During the 2016 Aleppo campaign the terrorist supporters ran an "Aleppo Media Center" which distributed propaganda products to the "western" media. Together with the "White Helmets" al-Qaeda support gang it created the "boy in the ambulance" picture that many "western" newspaper printed on their front pages. The AMC was financed by the French government. The same organization that ran the AMC is now running the Ghouta Media Center GMC. The English language twitter account of the AMC sent its last tweet on July 5 2017. The first tweet of the new GMC was sent on July 9 2017. Both use a similar logo design.

6ad429 No.530

File: 82fcf4b780fa58a⋯.jpg (138.69 KB, 1200x988, 300:247, RAND_Corporation_Project_-….jpg)

File: 06c717c1c7434a8⋯.jpg (126.14 KB, 954x1150, 477:575, RAND_Corporation_Project_-….jpg)

File: 3b8e2a0cf15539e⋯.jpg (160.02 KB, 1200x824, 150:103, DWkRVNNXcAsEc19.jpg)

File: 20c469e514cb8db⋯.jpg (167.48 KB, 1200x883, 1200:883, DWkRRf1W4AE3rKU.jpg)

File: a992951bbcf7c06⋯.jpg (141.52 KB, 961x1200, 961:1200, DWkRUDbX0AAIZ8X.jpg)

Additional info/pics : Jusoor is also run by the same group.

6ad429 No.531

File: 7c27b708d5d18ce⋯.png (304.05 KB, 754x1780, 377:890, 2018-02-24_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Envoy Slams Western Silence on Fatal Terrorist Attacks against Damascus Civilians



>Iraqi Forces Discover US Drone in (((IS))) Hideout in Anbar Province

>TEHRAN (FNA) - The Iraqi forces have found a US drone in a hideout in Eastern Anbar that was once under ISIL's control, local Arab media reported on Saturday. The Arabic-language Qartas news quoted military sources in Anbar province as saying that the Iraqi forces have discovered a US army drone in an ISIL hideout in a farm in al-Saqlaviya region. It further said that the drone has been manufactured by Textron Systems Aerosonde, adding that the drone can carry 9kg of load and fly at an altitude of over 4,500m (13,500 feet).

a0a5a7 No.532

File: 8aa6ef60a90b166⋯.png (28.65 KB, 224x353, 224:353, 8aa6ef60a90b166023ee6f4ca9….png)

Some autistic screeching over at Turkey over SouthFront. But isn't operation Olive branch a good thing for the SAA and its' allies?

92d2f0 No.533


>Some autistic screeching over at Turkey over SouthFront. But isn't operation Olive branch a good thing for the SAA and its' allies?

IMO, yes but there are some pro-SAA people who also support the K*rds, i would personally say they are largely naive though with thinking the US is either genuinely promoting a "democratic" movement or that it will turn out good

6ad429 No.534

File: 3b21a25d4857e43⋯.png (560.27 KB, 589x537, 589:537, East Ghouta Oscar.PNG)



>Jeish Al-Islam continue attacks on Syrian Army

>Syrian forces retake 5 key districts in Eastern Ghouta (Hazarma, al-Nashabiyah, Hawsh al-Salehiya, al-Zariqah and the hilltop of Tal Farzat)

>Putin: Cessation of combat activities in Syria does not include terrorist organizations

>Syrian Government: Turkish escalates aggression on Afrin in violation of UNSC resolution no. 2401

>Terrorists fire 21 shells at Damascus and its countryside, target Ezra’a in Daraa

>SAA intercepts car bomb sent by terrorists in Eastern Ghouta towards Damascus

>New Governors of Deir Ezzor and Quneitra sworn in before President al-Assad

>Egyptian delegation visits Syrian consulate to announce solidarity with Syria

>US-led coalition perpetrates new massacres against civilians in Deir Ezzor countryside (claiming the lives of 29 civilians and leaving tens of wounded citizens)


>Iraqi court sentences 16 Turkish women to death over (((IS))) membership

>Iran insists on developing nuclear propulsion systems for navigation

>North Korea condemns new US sanctions as ‘Act of War’

>First US front-line adviser troops arrive in Afghanistan

6ad429 No.536

File: 31fb9cdb898b628⋯.webm (1.32 MB, 270x360, 3:4, 2018-02-25_-_SAA_-_УР-77_….webm)

File: 54e2dc2c71988e2⋯.jpg (4.69 MB, 2250x1469, 2250:1469, УР-77 Метеори (6).jpg)

>Video: Meteorit Mineclearing System (УР-77 Метеори) used by SAA to destroy a well-fortified building in Eastern Ghouta.

6ad429 No.537

File: 47923219e303a92⋯.jpg (500.57 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, GY3KLc2ap8o9A.jpg)

File: b161caeb0561fd3⋯.jpg (107.95 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 5247590.jpg)

File: 437be9165d9507c⋯.jpg (109.24 KB, 1023x477, 341:159, 5247591.jpg)

File: 17aed8c152643a7⋯.jpg (102.78 KB, 955x478, 955:478, 5247592.jpg)

File: d9880e23de90edf⋯.jpg (78.46 KB, 955x476, 955:476, 5247593.jpg)

(((ISI - ImageSat International N.V.))) imagery confirming presence of Su-57 at Khmeimim Air Base. As if the ZOG military doesn't have enough satellites spying on that base 24/7.

+More recent pics of Khmeimim AB.

6ad429 No.538

>Russian MoD: Humanitarian truce in EastGhouta tomorrow from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (Syrian Time)

6ad429 No.539

File: b95659dd507defe⋯.mp4 (9.9 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-02-24_-_Channel4_near….mp4)

File: 0754f6b2d85f848⋯.mp4 (534.71 KB, 640x360, 16:9, 2018-02-25_-_SAA_offensive….mp4)

Krishnan Guru-Murthy (Channel 4 in the UK) is on the ground in Damascus. Of course, they're not giving a complete picture of the situation but there's some "decent" reporting on mortar attacks against Damascus.

6ad429 No.540

File: 666027d01a9314a⋯.mp4 (6.64 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-02-25_-_Channel4_near….mp4)

File: 4b990563f68e897⋯.mp4 (7.68 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-02-26_-_SAA_tanks_att….mp4)


Good quality combat footage (second one).

6ad429 No.542

File: d36096b720fe94a⋯.mp4 (5.39 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 2018-02-26_-_Tiger_Forces_….mp4)


>Video: Al-Haydar Regiment - Tiger Forces (SAA) advance on terrorists in Eastern Ghouta.

Of course, it wouldn't be a SAA video posted on social media without music added on top. At least Ivan didn't have time to put his crappy logo to take credit for it.

protip#5189: Don't wear red clothing during urban ground combat.

6ad429 No.543

File: c20869d533c3826⋯.jpg (641.46 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-02-26 - East Ghouta (….jpg)

File: 43632b121a64da3⋯.jpg (184.59 KB, 1200x613, 1200:613, 2018-02-26 - East Ghouta (….jpg)

File: 78af43778f45d5e⋯.jpg (598.39 KB, 1024x720, 64:45, 2018-02-26 - East Ghouta (….jpg)

File: 2d52f6d51169045⋯.jpg (1.29 MB, 2048x1991, 2048:1991, 2018-02-25_-_Afrin.jpg)


>Eastern Ghouta: SAA forces opened a new front in Harasta and gained ground in the heavily fortified eastern part of the Ghouta pocket near Hawsh ad Dawahirah.

>SAA spearheaded by Tiger Forces is advancing on Shifuniyah & Hawsh Dawahirah fronts, capturing multiple blocks & trenches in addition to a complete tunnel-network.

>Afrin: T*rks succeeded to join Bulbul axis to Rajo front by capturing Maydan Ikbas, Kusanli, Gunda, Dudu, Semalak , Welki

6ad429 No.544

File: bb8b27e20f11381⋯.png (754.61 KB, 1002x1354, 501:677, 2018-02-26_-_Russian_5th-g….png)

File: 01e8af6279475d5⋯.jpg (70.14 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5a93bdeadda4c8442e8b4638.jpg)


>Russian 5th-gen fighter deployed to Syria for radar test, latest leaked details claim



>The aircraft have been sent to Syria to test their capabilities in a semi-combat environment, the Russian business daily Kommersant reported, citing insider sources.

6ad429 No.545



>Russian MoD: Daily 5-hour humanitarian pause introduced in E. Ghouta starting Feb 27

>Turkish Army connects 2 operation axes in Northern Afrin

>8 Turkish soldiers killed in clashes with K*rds in Afrin

>Tahrir Al-Sham's (al-Nusra/HTS) notorious commander killed in Aleppo (Yasser Arab)

>Dara: Army repels Al-Nusra offensive

>Over 2,000 Kurdish fighters killed in Afrin

>Turkey deploys special forces to Afrin, Syria in ‘preparation for new fight’

>Ambassador of India in Damascus, Man Mohan Bhanot, expressed India’s willingness to contribute to the process of rebuilding what has been destroyed by terrorism in Aleppo province

>Lavrov: Operations of Syrian Army against terrorist organizations will continue


>Senior Iranian military official condemns US sanctions against Iraqi Popular Forces

>Iraq: 30 (((IS))) terrorists killed in Western Mosul

>Nigeria confirms 110 girls missing after Boko Haram school attack

>Moscow warns against strengthening North Korean sanctions

>Iranian Supreme Leader's top aide for international affairs Ali Akbar Velayati: Iran-Iraq unity targeted by US, Israel

>Russia to veto western bid to condemn Iran at UN over Yemen

6ad429 No.546

File: bd2144c4fb1a762⋯.png (275.14 KB, 694x946, 347:473, 2018-02-28_-_Washington_ev….PNG)

>Washington evacuates (((IS))) terrorists to invest them for its hostile agendas



>The civil sources said that two US helicopters landed on Sunday in Twaimin area southeast of al-Shadadi city, transporting a number of Daesh terrorists to Sabah al-Kheir center, 20 km south of Hasaka, which the US forces are using as center for training the terrorist groups, the civil sources said.

6ad429 No.547

File: b6752ab8bc62e88⋯.png (321.72 KB, 762x1890, 127:315, 2018-02-26_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Air Force Pounds Terrorists' Positions in Hama, Inflicts Heavy Losses



6ad429 No.548

File: 34f1353547a3b0d⋯.webm (14.39 MB, 854x480, 427:240, 2018-02-25_-_SAA_seizes_I….webm)

File: c361f498f846469⋯.jpg (492.52 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-02-25_-_SAA_seizes_Is….jpg)

File: 2d9ea714a9ccba2⋯.jpg (482.76 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 2018-02-25_-_SAA_seizes_Is….jpg)

>Video: 2018-02-25 - Syrian Army seizes Israel-made weapons from terrorists in Deir Ezzor

6ad429 No.549




>Pentagon admits zero evidence of East Ghouta chemical attack

>SANA: One civilian killed, 20 others injured due to terrorist attacks in Damascus countryside, Idlib and Deir Ezzor

>Terrorists target civilians' exit corridor in Eastern Ghouta

>Homs residents begin reconstructing hometown

>At least 24 civilians killed in new massacre by US-led Coalition in Deir Ezzor countryside

>Western-backed FSA kidnap 9-year-old boy in Eastern Dara'a, demand $1million in ransom video (they tortured the kid)

>Russia: Terrorists who shell Damascus must be pressured into adhering to Security Council resolutions

>Solar power project with capacity of 140 kW-h launched in Qudsaya Suburb (Damascus)

>A new grant of food and technical assistance was provided on tuesday by the Chinese government to the Syrian people.

>SyAAF bombs (((IS))) positions, movements in Homs province

>Idlib & Aleppo: Al-Nusra retreats from a number of regions, including a key base, after clashes with the newly-formed Syria's Tahrir Terrorist Front intensified on tuesday

>Russian MoD: 11 regions in Hama and Idlib provinces handed over their arms to relevant officials and joined the nationwide peace agreement with the Army troops

>Idlib: Senior Al-Nusra commander (Abu al-Yaman Halfaya) killed by unknown raiders near the town of Khan Sheikhoun

>US continues to evacuate (((IS))) terrorists trapped in Hasaka province


>Germany: Merkel forced to publicly admit existence of ‘no-go areas’ in the country (still wants more rapefugees)

>Saudi Arabia: Saudi King Salman sacks military chief of staff and top commanders, amid deadlock in Yemen

>UK: £10mn Rotherham sex abuse gang probe delayed due to lack of police ressources

>Iran UN envoy: US, UK seeking to cover up Saudi crimes in Yemen

>Europeans governments seeking to create ‘Successor Deal’ to JCPOA (2015 nuclear agreement)

>Saudi Arabia: US set to open fresh nuclear talks with Saudis to secure lucrative reactor deal

>Japan intends to deploy anti-ship missiles to counter China (Miyako Island - 180 miles from main Okinawa island)

>Yemen & Iran: Washington experience a complete failure in the monday meeting of the UN Security Council

6ad429 No.550

File: ece50e62b82a68e⋯.png (273.92 KB, 751x1470, 751:1470, 2018-02-27_-_IRGC_Quds_For….png)

File: bb8dc2c21ba0a7a⋯.jpg (110.43 KB, 600x350, 12:7, Major General Soleimani.jpg)

>IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps) Quds Force official stresses US failure in assassinating General Soleimani



>TEHRAN (FNA) - A top official at the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Quds Force said the US has failed in its frequent attempts to assassinate Quds Force Commander Major General Qassem Soleimani in Iraq and Syria. "The Americans would assassinate General Soleimani in the Syria and Iraq wars if they could in a bid to prevent the Islamic Republic from meeting its objectives, but they couldn’t," Iranian Supreme Leader's representative at the IRGC Quds Force Ali Shirazi said on Tuesday.

>(((CIA))) Director Mike Pompeo acknowledged early in December that he had written a letter to General Soleimani to warn him about the US interests in Iraq, but the general refused to read it. “I sent a note. I sent it because he had indicated that forces under his control might in fact threaten the US interests in Iraq,” Pompeo made the announcement at a defense forum at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Simi Valley, California. "He refused to open the letter-didn’t break my heart to be honest with you," Pompeo added. Battered by foreign-backed terrorist groups such as the ISIL, Iraq's central government has sought the assistance of its Muslim neighbor, Iran, to defend its borders and bring security back to the country. "What we were communicating to him (General Soleimani) in that letter was that we will hold him and Iran accountable … and we wanted to make sure that he and the leadership of Iran understood that in a way that was crystal clear.”

13d55c No.551



>Breaking (unconfirmed): Russia to establish a military base near Damascus (Sound effect: Oy vey.mp3)

>US Central Command: Russia ‘threatens our ability to (((dominate)))’ - US General Joseph Votel to Congress: “An increase in Russian surface-to-air missile systems in the region threatens our access and ability to dominate the airspace,” Votel complained at one point, discussing Syria. (https://archive.fo/cJYta)

>Russian MoD: Syrian civilians suffer most in areas controlled by US-led coalition and western-backed groups

>Russian MoD: Militants started new offensive against Syrian Forces in Eastern Ghouta.

>Lavrov: Anti-Assad faction's stranglehold on Ghouta refugees puts ceasefire in doubt.

>Lavrov: Moscow would allow jihadists to leave E. Ghouta

>Afrin: Turkey rejects US, French calls to suspend offensive. Ankara has said the UN resolution demanding a 30-day ceasefire across Syria does not apply to its five-week-old military operation.

>Afrin: Turkey denies Pentagon claim of talks on de-escalation.

>Afrin: A sum of 14 Turkish Army men and Ankara-backed jihadists were killed or wounded in fierce clashes with the Kurdish fighters (Ali Jara in Bolboleh region, Korka in Mabata region)

>Afrin: AA (Anadolu Agency) reports Turkish army dispatched more military equipment, vehicles to border with Syria (40 vehicles)

>Russian MoD: UN never found proof of chemical weapons use by Syrian troops.

>Putin: Shelling from East Ghouta which hit Russian embassy in Syria ‘won’t be tolerated forever’

>SAA Seizes control over more key lands in Eastern Damascus in night raids (Hawsh al-Zawaherah Farms)

>Eastern Ghouta: Terrorists defense lines on the verge of full collapse after recent advances of the army in al-Shifouniyeh settlement

>SANA: Al-Nusra Front and other terrorist groups pounded the safe corridor opened for the evacuation of civilians in al-Wafedin camp

>Al-Nusra retreats completely from positions in Western Aleppo amid continued clashes with the newly-formed rival terrorist group of Syria's Tahrir Front in Aleppo and Idlib

>SAA troops fended off a heavy terrorist offensive to cut off the strategic road connecting Hama to Homs province on Wednesday, inflicting major losses on the jihadists.

>Raqqa: A large number of people in Raqqa city poured into the streets to display their strong opposition to the US forces' deployment in the region. The protestors vowed not to cooperate with the US troops (Reminder that 90% of the city has been destroyed by US airstrikes).

>The Syrian Envoy to the United Nations Hussam Edin Aala addressed the participants of the conference on disarmament, commenting on the accusations against Damascus on the use of chemical weapons. "Syria cannot possibly be using chemical weapons because it very simply has none in its possession," Aala told the United Nations-sponsored Conference on Disarmament in Geneva


>UK spent £1.75 billion ($2.44bn) on airstrikes in Iraq & Syria (only the tip of the iceberg)

>US threatens Turkey, Iraq & other countries with sanctions in case of Russian S-400 Purchase - https://archive.fo/urvFv - https://archive.fo/7Waie

>Lavrov: US training Europe to use tactical nukes against Russia is threat to non-proliferation

>South Africa: Parliament voted on Tuesday in favor of a motion seeking to change the constitution to allow white-owned land expropriation without compensation.

>Lavrov: US undermining UN anti-biowarfare effort while building its own security mechanism (Recommended read on US Bio-weapons program: https://archive.fo/WIZ1S )

>EU to approve ‘marriage made in hell’ between Bayer & Monsanto

>Maldives denies Japan’s allegation its vessel breached N. Korean sanctions

>Saudi Arabia: The Saudi King Salman's changes in the country's military chiefs are aimed at blocking any coup attempts after his death against his son, crown prince Mohammed.

>Yemen: Fresh Saudi airstrikes kill over 28 civilians in Sa'ada province.

>Israel: Thousands of US troops have been stationed in Israel to participate in a joint military exercise with Israeli forces

>China wants to build a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier within 7 years

>White House seeks largest-ever Black Ops budget. $59.9 billion for the National Intelligence Program (NIP) + $21.2 billion for the Military Intelligence Program (MIP) for a combined total of $81.1 billion. That's not all - The office of Director of National Intelligence Daniel Coats added that "beyond the disclosure of the NIP top-line figure, there will be no other disclosures of currently classified NIP budget information because such disclosures could harm national security."

In other news, I apparently managed to upset a global vol this time.

13d55c No.552

File: 4952834d4450c30⋯.png (247.31 KB, 758x2069, 758:2069, 2018-02-28_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

File: 11375433c7a91d6⋯.png (459.02 KB, 582x530, 291:265, Raqqa_Mosul_-_last_hospita….PNG)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: SyAAF heavily pounds terrorists positions in Homs province



6ad429 No.555

>US established up to 20 military bases in Syria's Kurdistan - Russian Security Council



>The establishment of peace in war-torn Syria is impeded by external – in particular, American – interference in the crisis, Assistant to the Secretary of the Russian Security Council Alexander Venediktov told Ria Novosti. “The return of peace and stability to Syria is hampered by continued external interference in the Syrian crisis. For example, in the territory controlled by the people’s self-defense units of Kurdistan, some 20 US military bases have been created,” the official said.

Currently, I have the total at about 15 ZOG bases in that part of Syria alone but I don't have military satellites at my disposal. I already spend too much time as it is trying to stay on top of updates. In other words, if anyone has been keeping track of the US military build up, post your intel in this thread. tl;dr I have no reason to doubt this Russian intel. The actual number is probably higher.

(I originally posted this about 8 hours ago - deleted & reposted edited version.)

6ad429 No.556

File: 5087fa4d7488301⋯.png (1.55 MB, 1006x3351, 1006:3351, 2018-03-01_-_‘Listen_to_us….png)

>‘Listen to us now’: Putin unveils new Russian nuclear arsenal



MSM plebs are reacting as if this is all new information. It's not unless you've been spending all your time since 2016 making up stories about Russia. You don't have to be pro-Russia or a fan of Putin to admit this is a good move by the Kremlin considering the timing (election). (((DC))) with its huge military budget just looks plain retarded in comparison.

6ad429 No.557

Updates - low energy edition:


>Eastern Ghouta: SAA maintains 5-hour-long ceasefire in despite provocations from terrorists

>Eastern Ghouta: SAA repels 3 terrorist attacks. Major General Vladimir Zolotukhin, a spokesman for the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria, said on Thursday that the terrorists attacked the humanitarian corridor in al-Wafedin camp from the three regions of Eastern Harasta, Western al-Rayhanah and Northern al-Shoufaniyeh on the third day of ceasefire.

>Eastern Ghouta: SAA won control of several key tunnels, including a 7-km-long multi-storey tunnel from al-Rayhan farms in the North to Hazarma in the South

>Eastern Ghouta: al-Watan newspaper reported that the SAA has taken back control of Harasta-Douma road

>Eastern Ghouta: SAA won control of new areas in Harasta farms

>Afrin: Convoy of humanitarian aid enters area


>US State Dept. approves sale of $47mn worth of anti-tank missiles to Ukraine

>Putin vows instant retaliation against any nuclear attack on Russia or its allies

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92d2f0 No.558


>Sent you an e-mail BO.

Not the board owner but i'm a mod if there is anything i can help you with btw

Also nice job on the updates, been running on low energy along with being busier than usual lately

92d2f0 No.559


> been running on low energy along with being busier than usual lately

myself i mean*

6ad429 No.560


>I'm a mod

Well that answered one of the questions I had. There's no major issues anon so no worries.

I basically offered my services as a mod/vol, unaware if there was any currently active.

6ad429 No.561

File: 973a5f87fd97c75⋯.mp4 (13.15 MB, 852x398, 426:199, 2018-03-01_-_Syria_central….mp4)

>Video: Syria's Central City of Homs Turned into "Ghost Town" by War

>This is Homs, one of the cities in Syria which suffered the most destruction by the terrorist proxies of Saudi Arabia & western governments, mostly (((IS)))

6ad429 No.562



>More civilians killed, injured in US-led coalition shelling of al-Sirajieh village in Hasaka countryside

>Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham (Al-Nusra/HTS) recaptures more areas from its competitors in Western Aleppo

>RuAF Su-25s resumed their combat missions in Syria

>Brigadier General Ryadh Abbas is officially named as the head of military police in Syria. It is noted that Brigadier General Ryadh currently and since around a year was the head of political security branch in Aleppo.

Syria (Afrin)

>NDF casualties update - 18 KIA, 3 wounded & 19 MIA in Sharan area, as a result of heavy bombardment by the Turkish Air Force (TSK)

>Hawar news reported that a number of Turkish army men and allied militants, including three Gendarme and police forces, were killed in Operation Olive Branch against the K*rds in the village of Balilaka in Rajou region

>Hawar news further said that a military vehicle of Ankara forces was also destroyed in the fight against the Kurdish militants near the village of Kowanda.

>A number of Turkey-affiliated jihadists were killed or wounded in the village of Midana in Rajou

>Anadolu news agency reported on thursday that a new convoy of gendarmes and the Turkish police special forces were dispatched to Hatay region

>AMN: Turkish troops and Ankara-backed jihadists snatched three more villages from Kurdish forces (Maskanli, Utmanli & Mamali)

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Reports that Liwa al Quds are heading to Damascus to join ongoing operation

>SAA helicopters continue to throw leaflets to inform civilians about the safe corridor

>SAA encircles 60% Of Harasta district, liberates 274th Regiment Base

>SAA captures Al Salhieh south of Otaya and managed to cut the supply lines to Otaya

>SyAAF destroyed one of the largest ammo depots in Erbin

>SAA took control of the Transportation regiment batallion number 274 - south of Shifoniyah


>US: White House extends Russia sanctions for another year

>North Korea dismissed reports of its cooperation with Syria over nuclear weapons, saying such claims are mere US fabrications meant to put more pressure on Pyongyang and justify the American military intervention in Syria.

>Iraq: Security forces arrested a number of (((IS))) terrorists and discovered a large arms warehouse in Nineveh province

6ad429 No.563

File: a48e5ba8fc90576⋯.png (344.56 KB, 761x1721, 761:1721, 2018-03-02_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army repels terrorist attacks on gov't positions in Eastern Damascus



6ad429 No.564

File: eedb4ed9215c5b0⋯.png (670.38 KB, 744x1538, 372:769, 2018-03-02_-_Pentagon_Depl….png)

File: 5c340d716353ed9⋯.jpg (115.73 KB, 800x557, 800:557, 1396110213571134013105364.jpg)

>Al-Tanf: Pentagon deploys hundreds of US Troops in southeastern Syria: Reports



>Turkish-language daily Yeni Akit reported that 600 troops, including special forces soldiers, have arrived at al-Tanf garrison, which was established two years ago. The Arabic-language Palmyra Monitor news website, which is sympathetic to foreign-sponsored Takfiri militant groups, also wrote that units of US soldiers have reached the base with armored vehicles over the past few days.

6ad429 No.565

File: 12ee5ae6537dbf8⋯.png (373.72 KB, 754x1580, 377:790, 2018-03-02_-_Iraq_parliame….png)

>Iraqi Parliament Tells Washington: Stop Garrisoning Our Country



>The Iraqi Parliament has passed a resolution this week demanding that the Abadi government set a strict timeline for the withdrawal of all US and other foreign occupying troops from the country.

>Just like in Iraq, the US has approximately 20 illegal military bases inside Syria at this point, almost all of them in Kurdish-controlled territory. This is a plausible figure. Since the US has no plan to ever leave Syria, it is safe to conclude that it plans to surely use its bases in Iraq to continue the dangerous regime-change campaign against Damascus, which will create diplomatic spat between Iraqi and Syrian governments – a regional disaster Israel will be more than happy to see for its dubious benefit. And the Iraqis are preparing to stand up to this plan.

>The real crux of the problem is that the US also continues to build up its military because it sparks higher spending on defense and arms from the countries in the region, leads to further sectarian conflicts and discord, diverts money to military spending, and reduces what a nation is going to spend on many other programs, including, in the case of Iraq and Syria, to rebuild themselves after the (((IS war))). This alone can be destabilizing in these countries.

6ad429 No.566

File: bc22e4497e128f2⋯.jpg (13.8 KB, 960x607, 960:607, DXTEdm5XkAEQLKi.jpg)

File: ea8c3c1615502a4⋯.jpg (19.17 KB, 960x539, 960:539, DXTEdnEW4AAUK68.jpg)

File: 157db5a136f92d3⋯.jpg (12.92 KB, 960x636, 80:53, DXTELHSW0AAIgGu.jpg)

File: 66b3a03481ac94b⋯.jpg (32.41 KB, 569x960, 569:960, DXTELIUXcAA1G5m.jpg)

File: 819efba13641b98⋯.jpg (21.52 KB, 960x644, 240:161, DXTELJKX0AIb36m.jpg)

>Photos: SyAFF in Eastern Ghouta

6ad429 No.567

File: 43d9e94d14b9a33⋯.png (9.32 MB, 708x7074, 118:1179, 2018-03-01_-_Photo_Gallery….png)

File: b8235ac85142d9c⋯.jpg (171.47 KB, 1200x666, 200:111, YPG anti-tank ditch in Afr….jpg)

>Photos: Various cities in Syria + YPG anti-tank ditch now under Turkish control

I'm thinking a dedicated thread for photos/pics would be a good idea and possibly another one for videos (webms/ect). Any anon lurking could easily handle it. Just need to check a few places online and upload good quality pics a few times each week.

6a5aa3 No.568

File: 05568d6adecc229⋯.png (2.23 MB, 1131x777, 377:259, ClipboardImage.png)

Finally some advances in the eastern Ghouta

6ad429 No.569

Updates - Jaysh al-Islam has fully collapsed edition


>Breaking: SAA prepares for major offensive in northwest Hama (Potentially targeting the long-standing stronghold of Qalaat al-Mudiq)

>SAA begins anti-terror operation in Northern Homs (area between Talbiseh and Rastan)

>SANA: Return of internet service via optical cable to Deir Ezzor

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>Terrorist groups in Northern Syria have formed new coalition under the command of Abdullah Muhammad al-Muhaysini, the former commander and Mufti (religious leader) of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (Al-Nusra). In a statement, the new coalition named Tajamo al-Aba'a, appointed al-Muhaysini as its chief commander to end differences among terrorists and slow down the Syrian army troops' advances in Idlib and Aleppo.

Syria (Afrin)

>41 Turkish Soldiers killed in Afrin’s Operation - Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SAA captured Al-Nashabiyah, Autaya, the nearby army base and also advanced at Ar Rayhan.

>SAA captured Al Rihan with its farms east of Duma

>SAA captured Bet Naym and Al Mohammadyh

>Claim: Wireless communications between the terrorists in the eastern fronts have been disabled.

>Faylaq al Raman redeployed forces to the eastern part of the Ghouta pocket to assist embattled Jaish al Islam militant group.

>SAA Repels heavy offensive in Harasta region, inflicting major losses on the "militants" on Saturday

>Two children reach army points - The two children said that their parents were martyred after the terrorist organizations shot them while they were escaping Douma towards the safe corridor to al-Wafidin Camp.

>Spokesman for the Russian Reconciliation for Syria, Maj. Gen. Yuri Yevtushenko: "(The) situation near the check point is still strained. Since yesterday evening, snipers have been shelling at approaches to the check point. Today, the Jeish al-Islam terrorists have carried out two mortar attacks from Eastern outskirts of Douma targeting the security corridor leading to the checkpoint near al-Wafidin,"


>Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim Jaafari stressed that Baghdad, under no circumstances, will permit the United States to build permanent military bases

>Lebanon: Saudi Arabia tries to mend ties with Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri following a failed plan last year to force him to resign. (Lebanon’s general election are in May)

>Lebanon: Lebanese Army readies for war with Israel - The Supreme Commander of the Lebanese Military Joseph Aoun declared that his forces were equipped with “the complete will” to defend their country from Israeli aggression, after the President Michel Aoun said “Lebanon has made a decision to defend itself in case of an Israeli aggression or encroachment on its rightful access to its offshore oil and gas resources”.

>(((DC))): US war with North Korea ‘worth it’ – Lindsey Graham - "All the damage that would come from a war would be worth it in terms of long-term stability and national security,"

>Space: Russia, China agree joint data center for lunar projects & deep space exploration

>Gaza: After killing a fisherman days ago, the IDF has now killed a farmer and given the excuse "the suspect fled after being shot at".

>Burkina Faso: An Al-Qaeda affiliate has claimed responsibility for the terrorist attack on the French embassy and the army headquarters in the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, in which 16 people were killed and 80 others were injured. Jama’a Nusrat ul-Islam wa al-Muslimin (JNIM), a Mali-based Islamist group, said eight of its members carried out the coordinated twin attacks, speaking via the Mauritanian news outlet Alakhbar.

6ad429 No.570

File: f7cf5b448eda900⋯.jpg (640.98 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-03-03_-_Eastern_Ghout….jpg)

File: a23a2c994c7e7d2⋯.jpg (495.51 KB, 1573x2048, 1573:2048, 2018-03-02_-_Idlib map.jpg)

File: 30a1ecd70cfa56a⋯.jpg (83.93 KB, 472x630, 236:315, western-backed moderate ji….jpg)


>Eastern Ghouta & Idlib + random pic

6ad429 No.574

File: f09bd6ae4315309⋯.jpg (2.29 MB, 3221x2463, 3221:2463, 2018-03-04_-_Eastern_Ghout….jpg)

File: f1c575d61d3a9eb⋯.jpg (640.71 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-03-04_-_East_Ghouta.jpg)



>Iranian diplomat, Syrian President meet in Damascus. Iranian foreign minister's special assistant for political affairs, Hossein Jaberi Ansari, and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad exchanged views about issues of mutual interest.

>President al-Assad to Ansari: the Syrian people are the owners of the final decision in any future political choices.

>Tens of families return to their homes in Aleppo and Idlib countryside

>Syria calls for international inquiry into US-led coalition massacres in Raqqa and other Syrian cities

>RuAF targeted a terrorist stronghold in Kafr Zita in Northern Hama with multiple airstrikes. At least one guided bunker buster bomb hit its mark, striking an underground terrorist base (most likely an ammo storage), sending heated debris billowing out into the sky above.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Reports that soldiers from the IS Hunters group will make their way to Damascus to join the SAA operation

>Following orders from the Syrian Army’s high command, over 2,000 Palestinian fighters (Liwa al-Quds) deploy to Damascus for offensive against Al-Nusra.

>Terrorists declare curfew during truce hours

>SAA control over 40% of Eastern Ghouta

>Assad: Ghouta op against terrorists will continue in parallel with helping civilians escape

6ad429 No.576

Updates - Go big or go home edition - part1


>Turkey: Ankara has requested that German authorities detain and extradite a wanted Syrian Kurdish politician (Salih Muslim, the former co-chair of the PYD - aka Democratic Union Party)

>North Korea: Kim Jong-Un meets South Korea officials in Pyongyang. After the two-day visit to North Korea, the delegation will travel to the US to brief (((officials))) there on their discussions in Pyongyang.

>China warns Taiwan it will never tolerate any separatist schemes.

>Israel: Join Israeli-American military drills simulating regional war started on Sunday.

>Iran: Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif met with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Le Drian in the capital Tehran.

>Iran: Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi said the country is capable of reviving its 20 percent uranium enrichment capability in less than 2 days if the 2015 nuclear deal is discarded by the other side. He explained that Iran has developed IR8 centrifuge machines with a power 24-folded of its previous counterpart.

>Gaza: Israeli planes spray Palestinian farmlands with toxic herbicides.

>Yemen: The army, backed by Houthi fighters, targeted the positions of Sudanese mercenaries in a district in Hajjah, killing and injuring several of the Saudi-backed forces in the northwestern province.

>Saudi Arabia & Egypt: Saudi crown prince visits Cairo, signs $10bn deal to develop mega-city in Sinai.

6ad429 No.577

File: c28172dbbbd0d29⋯.jpg (641.07 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-03-05_-_Eastern_Ghout….jpg)

File: df128b66b5b5411⋯.jpg (245.39 KB, 923x864, 923:864, 2018-03-05_-_Afrin.jpg)

Updates - Go big or go home edition - Part 2


>Syrian President Bashar al-Assad underlined that the countries of the axis of resistance, including Iran should continue their cooperation in fighting the staunch enemies. "Turkey’s current aggression against Afrin is another reason for continuation of its antagonistic policies vis-à-vis Syria," President Bashar Assad said. He underlined that Turkey’s aggression once again proved that reliance on Turkish policies and statesmen is impossible.

>The terrorist groups in the southern province of Dara'a intend to go on the offensive to shift the attention of the SAA and slow down its advances in Eastern Ghouta (al-Watan daily).

>The SAA found a new mass grave in the Northeastern province of Raqqa that contains tens of bodies of civilians and military men believed to have been executed by (((IS))), field sources said on Monday.

>The SAA established a new armed group in Raqqa called "Sanadid Al-Jazeera Shield” reports clarified this group will be directly part of the 5th Corps also groups will use Zor Shamr town in Raqqa CS as HQ. Number of members have reached nearly 150 most of them from Shamr tribe.

Syria (Afrin)

>More than 2,770 Kurdish gunmen have thus far been killed or held captive in the Turkish Army troops' operation in Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo, the General Staff of the Turkish Army said on Monday.

>Turkish Army captured the village of Arnadah in Sheikh Hadid region West of Afrin.

>Turkish Army pushed the K*rds back from Mount Bafiloun and a village with the same name that were considered as one of the main strongholds of the K*rds, deploying at the gates of Sheran region across from the town of Azaz.

>Turkish Army occupied the village of Khalili, Khalili hill and 1102 hills in Rajou region

>Turkish Army captured Sheikh Hadid. A field sources said that Sheikh Hadid is one of the most important settlements in Afrin region, adding that the Ankara forces' control over Sheikh Hadid has paved way for the opening of the road between Azaz region and all other regions that are under the control of the Euphrates Shield between Idlib city and Northern Syria.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SAA within 3.5km of splitting pocket in half (see map pics)

>First humanitarian aid convoy enters E. Ghouta to deliver food and medicines (inspected by the SAA before entering)

>SAA repelled a heavy offensive of Jeish al-Islam in the Northeastern part of E. Ghouta inflicting major losses on the terrorists on Monday

>SAA dispatched a long convoy, including hundreds of fresh soldiers, several personnel carriers, canons and military vehicles to the al-Qazlaniyeh settlement and al-Marj region.

>SANA: Al-Nusra and affiliated groups carried out mortar attacks on a military hospital in Tishrin, injuring seven people, some of them in critical conditions

>SAA carried out another night operation in Hawsh al-Zawaherah region and pushed the terrorists back from the strategic settlement of al-Shifouniyeh. A field sources reported that the SAA cut off a main road to the town of Douma after seizing back al-Shifouniyeh and deployed at the gates of Douma, a main terrorist bastion in Eastern Ghouta.

>SAA have reached the settlements of Beit Sawa and Mesraba after taking control over al-Ab Farms and cutting off a road connecting al-Shifouniyeh to Mesraba.

>The SAA is planning to push the terrorists back from Modireh, Beit Sawa and Mesraba, to deploy near other units at the Vehicles Management Center in Harasta to drive a wedge between Southern and Northern Eastern Ghouta.

>SAA captured the fortified town of ar Rayhan and began to outflank the terrorists defensive line between Muhammadiyah and Jisreen.

>Syrian Reporters are claiming al-Muhammadiya has been fully captured by the SAA/SRG/NDF (clashes are going on right now in the outskirts of the city with the fleeing terrorists).

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6ad429 No.578

File: 27ebea814e42225⋯.png (420.23 KB, 638x1158, 319:579, 2018-03-05_-_Syrian_Presid….png)

>Syrian President Raps Chemical Attack Allegation as ‘Western Lie’



>TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad denounced allegations of chemical attacks by his government as part of Western lies, warning of the West’s ploys to revive terrorism in Syria under the guise of humanitarian initiatives.

6ad429 No.580

File: af26d9388f6447d⋯.png (587.04 KB, 752x3580, 188:895, 2018-03-05_-_Turkish_Daily….png)

This is a new spin on a story that came out last month. I saved it at the time but forgot to post.

>Turkish Daily Discloses Five-State Plan to Disintegrate Syria



https://archive.fo/9RU4L (previous article from 2018-02-24)

>The Turkish-language Star daily claimed on Monday that representatives of the US, Britain, France, Jordan and Saudi Arabia have had a secret meeting on Syria in Washington. The paper argued that during the meeting the representatives of these countries planned to split Syria, adding that the US representatives pressured for forming an autonomous government in Eastern and Northern Syria.

>The six-step plan according to Star includes:

>1- Forming a "terror state" in Eastern and Northern Syria (alluding to K*rds).

>2- Helping the "terror state" reach the Mediterranean Sea.

>3- Getting United Nations involved in forming and recognizing the new nation.

>4- Disregarding Astana and Sochi peace talks.

>5- The US will find an office for the "terror state" at the UN.

>6- Persuading Turkey to accept the new plan and end military operations in Northern Syria.

(Note: Israel is not named but I think we all know better. If they're not sitting at the table, they're getting briefed by the US.)

6ad429 No.581

File: a7e2b5cf3e17d0c⋯.png (640.87 KB, 1011x1500, 337:500, 2018-03-06_-_Russian_trans….png)

>A Russian military transport airplane has crashed during landing at Khmeimim Airbase in Syria, the Russian Defense Ministry has said. Six crew members as well as 26 passengers were killed in the crash, it added. According to preliminary information, the incident could have been caused by a technical malfunction, the ministry said.

>“Around 15:00 (Moscow time, 12:00 GMT), a Russian An-26 transport aircraft crashed while coming in for landing at the Khmeimim airbase,” the statement issued by the ministry said. “All those on board died [in the incident],” it added. The airplane hit the ground some 500 meters from the runway. It did not come under fire before the incident, the Russian military said.



6ad429 No.582

File: 175be47c36480a0⋯.jpg (111.05 KB, 638x960, 319:480, DXneFKHWAAAc3zy.jpg)

File: 002e679642367af⋯.jpg (57.62 KB, 649x960, 649:960, DXnk_w6XcAA2KiS.jpg)

People are raising the Syrian flag in various parts of Eastern Ghouta. First pic from the center of Hamuriyah town and second pic from Saqba.

6ad429 No.583



>SAA fended off a heavy attack in Northeastern Lattakia and Northwestern Hama, killing or wounding tens of terrorists, military sources reported on Tuesday.

>Russian MoD: The only areas in Syria where the requirements of UN Security Council (UNSC) Resolution 2401 are completely ignored and there is no help for the population remains the destroyed city of Raqqa, as well as the Al-Rukban refugee camp in the US-controlled area of al-Tanf.

>Turkey, Russia and Iran to hold summit on Syria in April – Ankara

Syria (Afrin)

>Turkish forces are 8 km from Afrin city after taking control of Metinli village

>Turkish Forces and FSA Hamza Brigade captured Tall Hamu

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>Safe corridor opened in Eastern Idlib for civilians to enter gov't-held regions


>Israeli forces detain 17 Palestinians, seize cash in West Bank raids

6ad429 No.584

File: 710b0f3fab16981⋯.png (1.32 MB, 1002x2480, 501:1240, 2018-03-06_-_German_MPs_go….png)

File: 7114b3b75f8d46e⋯.jpg (139.81 KB, 752x1077, 752:1077, DXjnh9fX4AAi5Jx.jpg)

File: 7cef172acc32c06⋯.jpg (151.36 KB, 1103x638, 1103:638, DXjnrm9X0AEK3Uz.jpg)

>German MPs go to Syria to see if it’s safe to send refugees back.



>The group, consisting of six federal and regional MPs, arrived in the Syrian capital on Monday. They said their trip is a “private” one, even though it was discussed with the Alternative for Germany’s (AfD) co-chairs, Alexander Gauland und Joerg Meuthen, according to Der Spiegel weekly.

6ad429 No.585

File: ae5bf15d63d7ab6⋯.jpg (135.24 KB, 765x765, 1:1, DXnkhTHX4AUPB38.jpg)

File: 78d219b23702aa6⋯.jpg (238.81 KB, 1152x864, 4:3, DXni39KX4AELqAa.jpg)

File: 846d486ae7fe834⋯.jpg (185.77 KB, 805x1020, 161:204, DXni8pLWkAAPBf0.jpg)

File: 8f2984cdb10490a⋯.jpg (120.66 KB, 1040x779, 1040:779, DXni7fDWkAE_dJC.jpg)


More pics at https://twitter.com/ChristianBlex

Of course, the SJWs are freaking out about this trip because there's countless bakeries getting barrel-bombed just nearby.

6ad429 No.587

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Repels Terrorists' Heavy Attack on Gov't Positions Near Lattakia-Hama Border



6ad429 No.589

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>‘US aid ends up with extremists’: Analysts alarmed over Pentagon’s 60,000-strong Syrian rebel force



>Pentagon pays monthly allowance to rebels, seeks to establish large force in Syria

>Following the virtual defeat of IS terrorists in Syria, the US appears to be trying to restructure its military presence in the war-torn country. In February, a fiscal year 2019 budget document mulled creating a new army out of elements of the so-called Vetted Syrian Opposition (VSO). The forces are “projected to total approximately 60,000 to 65,000” by October 2018, according to a report titled 'Justification for FY 2019 Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO)'.

>The document explains that some 30,000 fighters will conduct “ongoing combat missions” against remaining pockets of IS in the Middle Euphrates River Valley (MERV), while another 35,000-strong contingent will form Internal Security Forces in liberated areas.

6a38d6 No.590

Why should a White person care about a "based" semite?

f1c195 No.591

6ad429 No.592

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Note: For anyone looking for reports on the ground, Iran's PressTV seems to have a team covering the Eastern Ghouta operation. I'm also hoping for some great ground footage from ANNA news once the operation is over.


>SAA deploys new Russia-made radar system. The newly-deployed 1L122E small-sized radar in 1L122-1E configuration is designed for use as a radar data source for flight radar support at field and temporary airfields and for air defense needs.

>A Russian Navy Tapir-class LST (Tank Landing Ship - Orsk 14) was seen crossing through the Dardanelles near Canakkale en route to Syria on Tuesday. The tank carrier, also known as an Alligator, is reportedly taking military vehicles and artillery to help the Syrian Army in its military operations in the region.

>Geneva talks on Syria - A series of intensive meetings took place in Geneva with diplomats from Russia, Iran, Turkey and the UN.

>The SAA has forwarded several fresh units to al-Ghaab Plain in Northwestern Hama to restore more security to the region that has been the scene of heavy offensives on government forces in recent days, field reports said on Wednesday.

>SANA: Al-Assad University Hospital received medical equipment and aid for people with disabilities provided by the Chinese Embassy in Damascus.

>German parliamentary delegation visits Homs (related to >>584)

Syria (Afrin)

>Ankara urges US to stop Kurdish militia’s advance in Syria’s Afrin. “The US is expected to step in to stop YPG/PYD forces shifting – under US control – from Manbij to Afrin,” Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said in televised remarks on Wednesday. “This is our most natural right… We have taken all the necessary measures on the ground,” he said. The YPG forms the bulk of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the fight against IS jihadists.

>Over 2,900 Kurdish fighters killed, captured in Turkish Army Operation in Northern Syria

>Elam al-Harbi media: A sum of 1,700 Kurdish gunmen of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have left their positions in Raqqa, Deir Ezzor and Hasaka for Afrin region in Northwestern Aleppo to stand against the Turkish incursion, Arab media outlets said on Wednesday. More fighters are expected to head towards Afrin region in the coming days, as K*rds prepare for a major battle against the Turkey and Ankara-backed militants.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>An international aid convoy successfully delivered 247 tonnes of food and medicine to the embattled Syrian region of Eastern Ghouta on Tuesday. Spokesperson for the Russian Centre for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in the Syrian Arab Republic Vladimir Zolotuhin described the operation as "successful" and said, “all vehicles of the humanitarian convoy returned to the checkpoint.” He confirmed that 13 civilians were evacuated including five children.

>Conflicting reports on the capture of Beit Sawa. SAA now advancing in farmland between Beit Sawa - Mesraba, less than 2km separate SAA from the SAA units in Harasta, splitting pocket in 2 (other sources claim Beit Sawa is not fully captured yet). Field reporter with the Tiger force claims center of Beit Sawa is liberated, ANNA news reporter claims they only reached the outskirts. tl;dr we'll see tomorrow.

>SAA/SRG breach first lines of terror in the town of Misraba and enter it. They are currently working on liberating it while supporting forces continue their work on the axis of Harasta to advance towards Misraba and achieve contact between forces.


>US sanctions Pyongyang over Kim Jong-nam's death amid thaw in intra-Korean relations (can't have any rapprochement taking place when you need an excuse to put surveillance radar & other equipment in SK to spy on China)

>Sri Lanka: State of Emergency declared over religious violence between Buddhists & Muslims

>Iran and Russia discussed the deliveries of Russian Sukhoi SuperJet-100 passenger planes (https://archive.fo/2Uc0y)

>China-Iran: Railway giant CRRC Nanjing Puzhen Rail Transport of China signed a contract with Iran’s IDRO Group on Wednesday to supply 450 metro cars for the Iranian cities of Ahwaz, Tabriz and Shiraz.

>Turkey’s prime minister renews threat against Cyprus offshore gas exploration

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>MAPS - Eastern Ghouta, Idlib

6ad429 No.594

File: a14ef5bc0a89edd⋯.png (3.03 MB, 1598x1072, 799:536, Jaish al-Islam's 9K33 Osa ….png)

File: fa4b836d66d6a08⋯.png (5.4 MB, 720x10190, 72:1019, 2016-10-31_-_Hide_and_Seek….png)

File: cfa98e76ed4a569⋯.png (3.15 MB, 720x5980, 36:299, 2016-10-31_-_Hide_and_Seek….png)

>Hide and Seek, the story of Jaish al-Islam's 9K33 Osa SAMs



>It'll be interesting to see when and in what condition Jaish al-Islam's five 9K33 Osas will show up. Of a total of five captured in Eastern Ghouta in 2012, three were operational, which are believed to have been responsible for the downing of 2x Mi-8/17s and damaging another two.

6ad429 No.595

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>YPG (SDF) deployed forces from DZ to Afrin. As a result, SAA is pushing into the oil-rich area. YPG will lose territory now in Afrin and around Conoco.

>SAA establishes new military sites ~80 km to the southeast of Qaryatayn town in BadiaSham, following a combing operation to obstruct terrorists infiltrations into the town or between Tanf & eastern Qalamoun pockets.

>The tribal Arab forces in Raqqa province have formed a number of units to fight against the K*rds who have occupied the city and are supported by Washington. The forces formed under the title of the Popular Resistance of Raqqa (PRoR) are now recruiting forces to start fights against Kurdish militias.

Syria (Afrin)

>Sheikh Dadid, Rajo, Jindires Qatma captured by Turkish backed forces.

>Turkey wants to capture the full 217 highway going from Jinderes through Afrin City to Kafr Jannah and Azaz. The aim is to link Euphrates Shield region with West Aleppo and Idlib. (3rd Pic)

>Over 3,000 Kurdish Fighters Killed, Captured in Turkish Army Operation in Northern Syria

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SAA takes over Aftaris farms entirely and encircles the air defense battalion.

>SAA secured the Air Defense Base near Aftris.

>SAA secured Hawsh Qubaybat and Hawsh al Ash‘ari. Just approx. 1 more KM to split pocket.

>SAA now controls approx. 55% of E. Ghouta

>Russian MoD: Terrorists attacked a civilian convoy of 300 families, at least 3 cars burnt.

>The residents of al-Hamouriyah neighborhood carried the flag of the Syrian Arab Republic in the streets of the town, while chanting in support of the government and army. The residents of al-Hamouriyah also called on the terrorists inside the town to leave in order to avoid any clashes in this part of Eastern Ghouta.

>Terrorists groups (al-Nusra, Faylaq al-Rahman) called on Turkey to save them.

>Russian-Trained Syrian forces group IS Hunters have been sent to Eastern Ghouta. At least 700 special forces were sent to the frontlines. Damascus has also dispatched new military equipment to be used in military operations in the region.

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>Efforts to establish a ceasefire between the al-Nusra Front (Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at or the Levant Liberation Board) and Syria's Tahrir Front have failed. Faylaq al-Sham and Jeish al-Ahrar terrorist groups tried to play a mediatory role between the al-Nusra and Syria's Tahrir Front but they failed, field sources said on Thursday. Fighting has restarted between the terrorists.


>Afghanistan: A top leader of the Taliban group was killed during the operation of the Afghan intelligence operatives in Eastern Nangarhar province. The provincial government media office in a statement said the operation was conducted late on Wednesday night in the vicinity of Surkh Rod district, Khama Press reported.

>UK: Saudi Crown Prince’s visit to UK met with protests.

>Yemen: Saudi-Led strikes kill 9 Yemeni civilians.

>Lebanon: Reports of US/Saudi meddling in elections.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Terrorists Suffer Heavy Defeat in Army Attack in Eastern Ghouta



6ad429 No.598

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File: c4a09e3e186c7d5⋯.jpg (103.74 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 5aa1151cfc7e93c60e8b4662.jpg)

>Ankara considers joint op with Baghdad against Iraqi K*rds



>Ankara and Baghdad may carry out a joint military operation against Iraqi K*rds after the May election in Iraq, the Turkish foreign minister said. Speaking to CNN Turk, Mevlut Cavusoglu also said that Ankara’s own operation against Syrian Kurdish militias in the Afrin region would be completed by May.

92d2f0 No.599

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>>Ankara considers joint op with Baghdad against Iraqi K*rds

Betting on this causing massive Kurd butthurt if it goes through

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Updates - Get ready for some HotPockets in Eastern Ghouta edition

8ch /sg/ Board News

>Updates-anon (AKA PocketTime) is the new BO of 8ch /sg/. Stay tuned for various improvements over the coming days/weeks. I sent ex-BO an e-mail and thanked him for what he did for /sg/. I certainly hope Mod-anon in this thread will stay on the team.


>Russian Navy BSF Ropucha class LSTM Azov 151 returned from its 2nd Syria deployment in 2018 and transited Bosphorus towards Black Sea.

>Coming from Novorossiysk, Russian government chartered, Ro-Ro Sparta transits Bosphorus, under heavy rain, en route to Tartus carrying military cargo for Oboronlogistika.

>A sum of 1,055 displaced people returned home in Aleppo after Iranian, Russian and Turkish mediators paved the ground for their safe return from Idlib province, Head of the Russian Reconciliation Center for Syrian Major-General Yuri Yevtushenko announced on Friday.

>SANA: Hundreds of displaced families have returned to their homes in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor province after the SAA restored security to the area and all the basic services were secured. More than 1,800 persons who were in the makeshift housing center at Gharibah in Badia al-A’shara have returned via buses secured by the governorate along with medical teams and ambulances to provide treatment and vaccines for children.

Syria (Afrin)

>Syrian-K*rds flee the city of Afrin as Turkish-backed forces advance in the battle against Kurdish fighters

>Full collapse in Kurdish ranks around Afrin. Entire Minnigh region is under imminent risk of falling.

>PYD leadership getting called out as the Turkish Army and FSA jihadists get closer to Afrin city. Many fear the T*rks won't be able to control the FSA once they enter the city.

>Erdogan: "We are at Afrin today, in Manbij tomorrow, and clearing out the entire area east of the Euphrates up to the Iraqi border from terrorists, the next"

>Large Turkish military convoy entered Azaz, clashes between Turk-led forces and YPG/NDF are ongoing in Maryamin

>T*rks/FSA announce full control over Maryamin & Inab

>T*rks are claiming to be 2km from Afrin's city limits after taking over the heights west of Maryamin and Inab

>Kurdish Rudaw news (known for fake reports): Claims Turkey and the US have reached an understanding over Manbij and the east of the Euphrates river (no details).

>RT Arabic: A long convoy of the Kurdish fighters of the SDF accompanied by two US vehicles arrived in Afrin region.

>Anadolu Agency: Turkish troops and the FSA captured the Kurdish-held village of Hallubi Kabir in Afrin's Northeast, and took control of a dam which supplies water to Azaz and Afrin regions.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Claims bad weather, especially the high speed wind had a negative impact on the SAA operation in the last 24hours

>SAA advancing on Saqba and Hamouriyah farms

>A large-scale pro-government rally was held in the recently liberated village of Al-Ghizlaniyah, calling on terrorists to surrender and allow civilians to leave E. Ghouta (3rd pic)

>SANA: 13 "militants" along with their families have reached al-Wafedeen crossing (surrender). A bus was waiting to transport them outside the area (no further details).

>Abo Ali al-Shaghori, chief of staff of Faylaq al-Rahman was killed by the SAA on Jobar - Ain Terma axis.

>Red Cross delivers more aid to militant-held areas (last delivery was confiscated by the jihadists)

>The Al-Nusra Front opened fire at people after civilians poured into the streets and called for expulsion of the terrorists from their regions, local sources reported

>SAA opened a new humanitarian corridor for civilians evacuation.

>SAA tipped off by intelligence agents, carried out an ambush operation and foiled terrorists' plan to dispatch a large volume of US-made arms and ammunition to the Al-Nusra Front (Pics to come)

>SANA: SAA recaptures/has full of control of Beit Sawa

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>With mediation by Faylaq al-Sham, 48 hour truce announced between HTS-JTS


>Israeli soldiers posed as a news crew to abduct a student leader from the West Bank university. Two students were reportedly injured by gunfire during the raid.

>Iran-UK: A group of men in black attire have scaled the façade of the Iranian embassy in London and have taken down the flag. Iran’s Press TV said the embassy has come under “attack.” Reports suggest a religious group was behind the stunt.

>China’s Xi praises US-NK meeting plan, calls for more ‘positive gestures’

>Yemen: The war media team of the houthi fighters has released video footage of recent ambushes against the Saudi forces in Jizan area (video to come).

6ad429 No.601

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>Pics - SAA tipped off by intelligence agents, carried out an ambush operation and foiled terrorists' plan to dispatch a large volume of US-made arms and ammunition to the Al-Nusra Front

6ad429 No.602

File: 78e118347490f38⋯.webm (10.4 MB, 854x480, 427:240, 2018-03-09_-_Houthi_video….webm)


>VIDEO: Yemen: The war media team of the Houthi fighters has released video footage of recent ambushes against the Saudi forces in Jizan area.

6ad429 No.603

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army regains control over key town in Damascus



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Updates - Triple pockets? Edition


>SANA: Terrorists targeted with a shell the surrounding of al-Fayhaa sports complex in Damascus, causing material damage. In another attack, al-Nusra and affiliated groups also fired 14 shells on al-Assad residential suburb in Harasta, causing material damage.

>Putin to US Media: Claims on use of chemical weapons by Syrian army are fake news. “As for crimes, go back to Raqqa and at least bury the dead bodies, which are still lying amid the ruins after the air strikes on residential neighborhoods – and investigate these attacks,” the Russian leader said as he sat down for an “at times combative” interview with NBC’s Megyn Kelly. Putin also raised the point that the battle for Iraq’s Mosul involving the US-led forces left the city “razed to the ground.”

>al-Masdar & field sources: SAA engaged in clashes with (((IS))) in Badiyeh (desert) region, retaking control of the strategic region of Bayr Atshan near al-Tanf in Southeastern Homs, which is under the control of US forces.

Syria (Afrin / Northern Aleppo)

>People in the town of Manbij in Northeastern Aleppo took to the streets and protested against the Kurdish fighters' rule over civilians, local sources reported on Saturday.

>Turkish forces and allied jihadists captured the villages of Ma'arastah, Shavaraqa al-Joz, Kafr Maz and Malekiyeh in Sheran region that is considered as the eastern gate to the city of Afrin.

Syria (Deir Ezzor)

>SANA: SAA units on Saturday found huge amounts of weapons and ammunition from the remnants of (((IS))) during combing the liberated areas in al-Sayyal, al-Mohasan, Hasarat, al-Swe’ia, and al-Here between the countryside of al-Mayadeen and al-Bukmal.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>"Revolutionary Command in Damascus & countryside" refuse agreement to surrender/reconciliation, Faylaq Rahman will lead "defence" of East Ghouta.

>RT Arabic reporter on the ground reports Mesraba is under SAA fire after the failure of the negotiations for the exit of the terrorists.

>Heavy bombardment by rockets & air strikes targeting Mesraba friday night/early saturday.

>SAA engaged in a tough battle with the terrorists in Harasta region and won control over several buildings and farms near al-Qadourani Southeast of Police Hospital in the town of Harasta, inching closer to the Douma-Harasta highway.

>After capturing al-Qadravani Farm, the SAA deployed near Douma-Harasta highway.

>SANA: SAA units are continuing their operations against the remnants of the Jabaht al-Nusra and its affiliates in the area, heading towards Madyara town to the northwest of the village of Beit Sawa, with the aim of cutting off the terrorists’ supply lines between the north and the south parts of Ghouta.

>SAA stormed terrorists' strongholds along the Douma-Harasta highway and pushed the militants back from their positions in Kilani Petrol Station and laid siege on the terrorists in the town of Harasta.

>SAA imposed full control over the town of Mesraba, killing and wounding a number of terrorists. Army men on the march in Mesraba are only a few hundred yards away from their other SAA forces at the Vehicle Management Center near Harasta.

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>SANA: In the last few days, more than 70 rocket shells were fired on Kefraya and al-Foaa, about 10 km north Idleb, injuring civilians including women and children. Kefraya and al-Foaa town are suffering from the siege imposed on them by terrorist organizations for three years where more than 8000 civilians are living under miserable humanitarian conditions.


>Russia: US spy drone reportedly spotted near Crimea. The RQ-4 Global Hawk cruised over war-torn east Ukraine before coming within 30 kilometers of Sevastopol’s coast.

>Yemen: Saba new agency - Yemeni troops inflicted heavy losses on Saudi-paid mercenaries in the southwestern province of Taiz, while the Arab country’s snipers gunned down three mercenaries in Himiar front in Aldar Alsharqiya. Two Saudi soldiers were killed in the areas of Jadhea Nomir and Altabba Albayda in Hamidha district after the Yemeni army launched an attack against the kingdom's southwestern border region. Also, two Saudi troops were killed in the Saudi border region of Najran after the Yemeni forces shelled their positions in Raqabat Alzor.

>France-Iran: French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian ruled out any alteration to the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers, saying that the agreement “must not be touched”.

>Iraq: Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi issued a decree formalizing the inclusion of Shiite voluntary forces in the country’s security forces. According to the decree, Hashd al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Unit - PMU) will be granted many of the same rights as members of the military.

>Israel: IDF shot & killed a disabled man in Hebron and multiple others were wounded in clashes in the West Bank and Gaza on Friday.

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Updates - Triple Hotpockets Edition


>Terrorists in Daraa are planning to launch an offensive tomorrow or on Monday from the following village: East and West Ghazyih Busr, Al Harir, Al Lijah. Their plan is to attack SAA positions in Izra’a and Tal Mshwr following an attempt to cut the highway.

>SAA has forwarded a large number of fresh forces and a large volume of military hardware to the Southern province of Dara'a as the terrorist groups are preparing for an imminent operation against the government forces in the region, field sources reported on Sunday.

>Russian MoD: Militants in Qala al-Maziq settlement and in the village of al-Toweineh in Western Hama handed over their arms and joined the nationwide reconciliation plan.

Syria (Afrin)

>Turkish troops deploy 1 km away from Afrin city.

>Resistance of the century status report - Several high ranking PKK affiliated officials are fleeing Afrin as OliveBranch forces are advancing in the countryside.

>YPG releases more useless statements, blaming everyone else for what happened while at the same time begging for help. Reminder that the YPG refused 3 offers from the Syrian government to hand over their areas.

>Ankara-backed militants clashed fiercely with the Kurdish fighters in Jandaris region West of Afrin and captured the village of Kafr Zita and a military base near it and the two villages of Zalaqa and Ka'an Korak.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SAA forces have secured the town of Madyra and reached the Harasta vehicle base. East Ghouta now divided in 3 SAA-branded hotpockets.

>Tiger Forces have just met with SAA’s defensive units at salient of Vehicle Base

>Russian Defense Ministry's center for Syrian reconciliation said Sunday that Russian and Syrian military are further negotiating with militants in Eastern Ghouta calling on them to let the civilians flee the area and leave it themselves with safety guaranteed. Talks are underway for the evacuation of almost 600 militants from Eastern Ghouta amid the Syrian Army's rapid advances in the region.

>SAA carried out mop-up operations in Mesraba and freed several families, including 60 women and children that were kidnapped by the terrorists.

>Two main terrorist groups in the agreed to leave their positions in al-Qadam neighborhood in the Southern countryside of Damascus city for Idlib militant-affiliated websites disclosed on Sunday. Gunmen of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (Al-Nusra Front) have agreed on withdrawal of their gunmen from al-Qadam to militant-held regions in Idlib province.

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>A notorious field commander (Abu Abdul Rahman Mohajer) of Tahrir al-Sham Hay'at (Al-Nusra Front) was killed after a bomb planted in his car went off in Southern Idlib, local sources said on Sunday.


>Iraq: Reports that a major offensive is imminent in Kirkuk province. Iraq's armed forces (including PMU) are prepped and awaiting the green light from the Prime Minister.

>Philippines: At least 44 pro-(((IS))) terrorists were killed after soldiers shelled positions held by the fighters in southern Maguindanao province, according to the country's army. An additional 26 militants were wounded in the operation.

>Russia: Security services (FSB) say they have prevented an attack planned by a terrorist cell. An improvised explosive device and a hand grenade were found in a car during an operation in the western Saratov region.

>Russia-Iran: The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) could welcome Iran as a new member in May, Russia’s Energy Minister Alexander Novak said.

>Turkey: Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey is ready to respond to possible US sanctions, for example, those over Ankara's decision to purchase Russian S-400 Triumf air defense systems.

>Putin: Returning Crimea to Ukraine is impossible under any circumstances.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army regains control over key area in Homs



6ad429 No.639

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Updates - Running from Afrin Edition


>Hama - SAA units foil up an infiltration attempt of a group from the terrorists towards Hosh Qubaybat and Qubaybat Al Assi from the southern axis of the governorate.

>Russian Navy Baltic Fleet Ropucha LSTM Minsk 127 left the Black Sea for Syrian waters.

>Hasaka province/Iraq: Iraq’s Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), repelled a major attack by Daesh (((IS))) near the border with Syria, local reports said.

>Concern in Damascus over US/Israeli 'Jupiner Cobra' military exercise. Defensive measures taken.

Syria (Afrin)

>SDF reinforcement of 1,700+ troops nowhere to be seen. Most likely blocked by the US at the request of Turkey or bullshit from the start.

>Unconfirmed: Turkish drone video appears to shows the YPG blocking the way of people who want to leave Afrin city and forcing them to turn back.

>Thousands of people flee Afrin city despite huge pressure from the YPG

>Turkish forces and allied jihadists captured the small towns of Qibar, Kobla, al-Qazi Farm and Ali Beik in clashes with the K*rds. Also, the Operation Olive Branch forces occupied the villages of Jaqmaq Kabir, Jaqmaq Saqir, Hajman, Alamdar and Janjala in Edmanli region Northwest of Afrin, the sources said, adding that the villages of Kokaba, al-Andariya, Kafr Batra, Kojka, Talaf airport and Regiment 135th Base, a military training camp of the Kurdish militants in Jandaris region, came under the Turkish troops' control. The army men and their allied militants are trying to advance against the K*rds from the two Northern and Southern flanks to meet each other in a region to split Afrin region and capture the town of Afrin.

Syria (Dara'a)

>More reports of an imminent large-scale operation against the Syrian Army troops.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SAA now control 60+% of E. Ghouta.

>The Syrian army is in full control of Maydara and has separated Duma & Harasta from the rest of Ghouta. Operations are now centred on fortifying the Vehicle's base in Harasta where adjacent SAA forces have reached.

>Russian MoD: Terrorists used chlorine chemicals, stressing that the Syrian government has every right to eradicate terrorism hotbed near its capital.

>SAA troops continued their attacks on terrorists positions after hours of a daily ceasefire ended in on Sunday afternoon and laid siege on the town of Douma, the most important bastion of the terrorists in region. The army men started attacking terrorists defense lines from the newly-feed Modira region and advanced in Harasta.

>Terrorists executing abducted civilians massively according to local sources.

>SAA retakes Aftris village.

>SAA troops carried out mop-up operations and found a workshop used by the terrorists for making chemical weapons, a Russian media outlet reported on Monday. Sputnik quoted Syrian Army Colonel Feras Ibrahim as saying that the army men seized a workshop that was used by the terrorists to build chemical weapons near the small town of Aftaris.

>More heavy infighting among terrorist after Russia's ultimatum to defect al-Nursa front. Brigadier General Vladimir Zolotokhin reported. Officers of the center for reconciliation of the warring parties had a working meeting with the leaders of Faylaq al-Rahman illegal armed groups to demand immediate separation from the outlawed terrorist organization Al-Nusra. The sides discussed issues of withdrawal of Al-Nusra groups from Eastern Ghouta to Idlib and the future of Faylaq al-Rahman members," he said.


>Afghanistan: Taliban fighters have captured a district center in the western province of Farah bordering Iran. However, police and intelligence service forces are still holding out in their headquarters - Naser Mehri, a spokesman for the provincial governor.

>South Korea’s national security adviser on Monday thanked China for its “active support” in the diplomatic process that has set up a historic summit between leaders of the US and North Korea.

>Russia-China: China looking to become co-owner of Russia's biggest oil company. Chinese state-controlled Huarong Asset Management has bought a 36.2 percent stake in the unit of CEFC China Energy through which CEFC is acquiring a $9.1 billion stake in Russian oil giant Rosneft.

>Russia to get rid of iconic soviet-era R-36M ICBMs dubbed 'Satan' by NATO (to be replaced by the new 'Sarmat').

>Russia: Food exports to double by 2025 thanks to international sanctions according to agriculture ministry.

>Austria: A 26-year-old assailant attacked the Iranian embassy in Vienna around 11:30 pm. One Austrian guard was injured and the attacker was shot dead (ambassador unarmed).

>Putin's military aide: US actively trying to remove Russia from Vietnam's arm market.

>Iraq: US (CIA & DIA) seeking to interfere in Iraqi elections under guise of NGOs.

>Iran-Russia: Russia will open a special service center in Iran offering after-sale assistance for air defense systems.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Splits Terrorist-Held Regions in Eastern Damascus



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File: b3a16d38c200bb5⋯.jpg (1.1 MB, 2048x1918, 1024:959, 2018-03-13_-_Afrin.jpg)

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Updates - Replace a "moderate" Zogbot with an extreme Zogbot Edition


>Damascus: (((IS))) launched a fierce attack today in al Yarmuk Camp (district populated by Palestinians but under IS control) & Al Qadam targeting the "rebels" who want to exit to Idlib. SyAAF reportedly helped the rebels by targeting (((IS))) areas.

>SAA is sending reinforcements to al Yarmuk Camp where a military operation will soon start.

>Evacuation of militants to Idlib from Al-Qadam in S.E Damascus is complete, entire area now under SAA control.

>Damascus: Sporadic strikes targeting Al Hajar Al Aswad the (((IS))) stronghold in South Damascus.

>ICRC President Peter Maurer met with Syrian FM in Damascus. Thanked government for cooperation.

>Russian MoD: We'll respond if our military is endangered by strikes on Damascus.

>Lavrov: "If a new strike of this kind takes place, the consequences will be very serious.

>Hama Province: SAA exchanged fire with terrorists in Hawsh Qabibat and Qabibat al-Asi and repelled the attack, inflicting major losses. The army's artillery units pounded terrorists movements in Satahiyat region West of the town of al-Salamiyah, preventing them from breaking through the army's defense lines. SyAAF carried out several rounds of combat flights over the positions of the Al-Nusra Front near Kafr Zita region and close to the village of al-Arbaeen in Northern Hama

>SANA: The Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources announced that two gas wells in Damascus Countryside and Homs have been put into production with a capacity of 500,000 cubic meters per day.

>The head of the Russian General Staff, First Deputy Defense Minister Valery Gerasimov, has discussed the situation in Syria as well as the recent developments in the Damascus suburb of eastern Ghouta with the Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, Joseph Dunford, the Russian Defense Ministry said in a statement. The two generals held a phone conversation on the issue and agreed to maintain bilateral contacts, it added.

Syria (Afrin)

>Turkey’s military and its jihadists allies have encircled the northern Syrian town of Afrin, the Turkish armed forces said on Tuesday.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Breaking: SAA found an underground chemical facility in al-Shifonyah. Terrorists used it to develop chemical weapons. They found manuals, documentation from a Saudi chemical industrial company and various other items. (Should dig further on this)

>SAA led by 4th Mechanized Division & Syrian Republican Guard continue advance in east Jisrin town, liberating 10 more residential blocks amid significant militants collapse.

Syria (Idlib & Western Aleppo)

>A new jihadi faction emerged in northwestern Syria in recent days, 'Ansar al Tawhid'. Reportedly, it is made up of former Jund al Aqsa fighters and led by a Abu Diab who helped found Jund al Aqsa.

>In its first actions, the Ansar al-Tawhid group has been striking al-Foua and Kefraya with heavy artillery, mortar & shooting at the towns with machine guns.


>US: Tillerson fired and replaced by CIA director Mike Pompeo (Pompeo is a hard-core Russia hawk, extremely hostile toward Assad).

I think it's fair to say this is very much related to North Korea and the upcoming meeting, the Iran nuclear deal & less importantly, trade negotiations with various countries. One of the only thing Tillerson will be remembered for is when he saved Qatar from a Saudi military invasion. In the media he was doing all the usual hostile rethoric but I think he was seen as too soft on Russia by the likes of Pompeo and many others in (((DC))). The impact on Syria for now isn't important but on the long term it just can't be good. Expect plenty more made up claims to justify US actions in Syria.

>Tillerson: Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson gave his farewell address at the State Department Tuesday having been unceremoniously fired from the Trump administration. In his remarks, he spoke of the need for detente with Russia. Calling Russia's behaviour troubling, he said that Moscow "must assess carefully as to how its actions are in the best interests of the Russian people and of the world more broadly." "Continuing on their current trajectory is likely to lead to great isolation on their part. A situation which is not in anyone's interest," he said.

The above statement reads like a warning about Pompeo but that's just my take on it.

>US: CIA deputy director Gina Haspel (well-known Bush-era torturer), nomimated to replace Pompeo as director.

>Gaza: Palestinian PM unharmed after convoy hit by explosion.

>China-Russia: China becomes first foreign country allowed to invest in Russian uranium mining.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Imposes Control over Almost 60% of Eastern Ghouta



6ad429 No.662

File: c005f5316dd04bb⋯.png (527.53 KB, 708x1388, 177:347, 2018-03-13_-_Army_finds_fo….png)


>SAA found an underground chemical facility in al-Shifonyah. Terrorists used it to develop chemical weapons. They found manuals, documentation from a Saudi chemical industrial company and various other items.



Also see >>655

>A field commander told SANA’s reporter from inside the plant that an army unit uncovered it while canvassing operations for defusing IEDs were being carried out after clearing al-Shefounieh town in Douma area of terrorists. The commander said that the plant, which consists of a two-story building with a basement located between Douma and al-Shefounieh, and that it included a lab for making toxic chemicals containing equipment of Saudi origin and materials and protection gear of Western origin.

>He said that the lab contained vials for mixing chemicals as well as vats and mixing and heating equipment, in addition to a variety of materials used to make toxic chemicals and explosives, including substances containing chlorine, as well as Saudi books and papers for “Jaish al-Islam.” The commander noted that the building contained high-tech equipment and installations that indicate the involvement of European and Saudi experts and chemists.

6ad429 No.663

File: 73aa867f8691b9f⋯.mp4 (14.21 MB, 894x502, 447:251, 2018-03-13_-_Army_finds_pl….mp4)


>Video: 2018-03-13 - Army finds plant used by terrorists to manufacture toxic chemicals in al-Shefounieh town

6ad429 No.668

File: 7480031d4078620⋯.mp4 (7.14 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 2018-03-13_-_Army_finds_pl….mp4)

File: d230713ef9c6bc3⋯.jpg (99.22 KB, 640x360, 16:9, 2018-03-13_-_Army_finds_pl….jpg)

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>Video #2: 2018-03-13 - Army finds plant used by terrorists to manufacture toxic chemicals in al-Shefounieh town

0539b4 No.669


now watch western media sweep this under the carpet

6ad429 No.670

File: 97db483e858408e⋯.jpg (640.98 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-03-14_-_East_Ghouta_-….jpg)

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>Iraq's National Security Adviser Falah Al-Fayyadh has passed on a message from Prime Minister Abadi to President Assad, regarding strengthening political and security ties.

>Lavrov: US plans to remain in Syria for a long time, if not forever. Also warned that Russia's military will respond if SAA is attacked by the US.

>SANA: The Czech Republic agrees to implement six humanitarian projects in Syria.

Syria (Afrin)

>AMN: Syrian forces rush tanks, troops towards east Afrin to secure major base and key town

>SAA regular units from the 5th Corps began deploying in Afrin.

>SAA have struck the terrorists backed by Turkey near Afrin with Grad rockets as a retaliation of Erdogan airforce targeting SAA units near Ziyarah.

>Erdogan: Afrin will soon fall completely. Afrin city should be fully captured by Wednesday evening.

>3,400 K*rds KIA/Captured - Turkish Army

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>SyAAF bombs FSA HQ in East Ghouta, many commanders killed. According to a military source in Damascus, the Syrian Air Force bombed the Faylaq Al-Rahman HQ located inside the ‘Ayn Tarma suburb in eastern Damascus. Among the dead and wounded were Abu Mohammad Seif (military commander of Faylaq Al-Rahman) and Abu Mohammad Jobar (deputy commander of Faylaq Al-Rahman’s Brigade 120).

>Tiger Forces Commander: Hammouriyya is still enemy territory. Jisreen is nearly finished/liberated.

>SAA takes over several farms in/nearby Al Rayhan town.

>SAA advanced into the industrial zone of Douma city.

Syria (Hama)

>Intense clashes ongoing between the opposition forces and the Syrian Army forces in AL Hammamat Hill near Al Hammamat and Kernaz in nortwest Hama

>SAA launched SS-21 missile(s) at the terrorists positions in North Hama

>33rd Brigade repelled an attack from terrorists. Some of them managed to escape and left behind a T-55 tank stuck in a ditch. (pic related)

>NDF claims to have recaptured the town of Kernaz

>'Militants' in Havayez, al-Huweija and al-Shariyeh handed over their arms and joined the nationwide reconciliation plan.

Syria (Northern Aleppo)

>Turkish-language Hürriyet Daily News quoted diplomatic sources as saying that the US has agreed on the gradual withdrawal of the Kurdish gunmen from Manbij in two days of talks between delegations from Washington and Ankara on March 8-9. It further said that a final agreement over the plan could be reached during a meeting in Washington scheduled for March 19.


>Germany: Merkel secures fourth term as chancellor after parliamentary approval.

>Philippines: Duterte withdraws his country from the ICC (International Criminal Court). Regardless of irrelevant UN rules, the decision should take effect immediately. It should be noted that both the US & Israel also refuse to recognize the ICC jurisdiction.

>Russia warns the UK against any reckless move warning it would trigger a very serious response. (UNSC shitshow meeting taking place right now.)

In case anyone is wondering: This whole thing is a desperate attempt to boost May's image in the UK and provides justification for increased western hostility toward Russia. Nothing to do with Russian intelligence.

>North Korea: EU Parliament in 'secret talks' with N. Korea for over 3 years - MPs claim

>Iran: US not trustworthy in talks with N. Korea (US planning to violate Iran nuclear deal).

>Iraq: US upgrading Al-Qayyara to largest base in Iraq despite nationwide opposition. (https://archive.fo/u2tEY)

6ad429 No.672

File: 5586dd7a485ce6c⋯.png (346.71 KB, 760x1600, 19:40, 2018-03-14_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Repels Terrorists Attack on Gov't Positions in Hama



6ad429 No.673

File: 24abcefdcd9adbc⋯.mp4 (15.22 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 2018-03-13_-_damaged_9K33_….mp4)

File: 72b799ef58325c2⋯.png (324.2 KB, 538x501, 538:501, 2018-03-13_-_damaged_9K33_….PNG)

File: 13b5dcc1324eab9⋯.jpg (58.18 KB, 854x480, 427:240, 2018-03-13_-_damaged_9K33_….jpg)

>Video at 2:16: A damaged 9K33 Osa (SA-8 Gecko) has been spotted/retaken at Aftris Air Defence Battalion.

See >>594 for more info.

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File: a4ea582d8973dd0⋯.png (1.57 MB, 760x2040, 19:51, 2018-03-14_-_SAA_seizes_IS….png)

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>Syrian Army Seizes (((IS))) Turkish Coin Minting Workshop in Deir Ezzor



>The Syrian army while cleaning different areas of the town of Hasarat in Eastern Bu Kamal in Southeastern Deir Ezzor found a (((IS))) workshop used for manufacturing coins from copper and silver alloys. The workshop had several rooms and had been built 10 meters deep underground, reiterating that the workshop tools and systems were all made in Turkey.

6ad429 No.681

File: 8087593e03c7c52⋯.jpg (640.41 KB, 1599x897, 41:23, 2018-03-15_-_East_Ghouta_-….jpg)

File: f29f14dabaeaefc⋯.jpg (362.58 KB, 1084x1015, 1084:1015, 2018-03-15_-_Afrin.jpg)

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Take your guess what the next target will be after E.Ghouta. At the moment, the priority seems to be making Damascus safe so I'll go with East Qalamoun. After that who knows. Possibly Dara or the IS pocket in the east. Others say Yarmouk district but it will probably stay a jihadist prison for now. Russia should keep monitoring al-Tanf closely given the latest reports on US activity. There's also Abu-Kamal to keep a close eye on because apparently, the US wants it back.



>Picture #3: Brig.Gen. Suheil Al-Hassan AKA The Tiger, overlooks Damascus city from Mount Qasioun escorted by Russian SOF (CCO,SSO,Spetsnaz)

>SAA receives height 99 west of Beit Jinn in Damascus southern countryside adjacent to Quneitera. It is the last military position to be handed over to complete the reconciliation deal of the area.

>Heavy clashes are happening now at the axis of Bur Saeed and the barda factory in the Al-Qadam district south of the capital.

>SAA positions in the chemical and radar battalions near Te'arah and Al Dor towns in western Suwayda currently under attack.

>Turkey and the US will form a “safe zone” around the northern Syrian town of Manbij if Washington keeps its promises, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s spokesman said on Thursday

Syria (Deir Ezzor)

>Unconfirmed: SDF has amassed forces near the Khasham pocket and is preparing to launch an offensive against government Forces on the Eastern Bank of the Euphrates River.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Huge exodus of civilians taking place (At least 3,000 today alone, other claims say many more).

>SAA liberated Ar Reyhan. SRG, 4th & Tigers Forces liberated Hamouriyah.

>SAA outflanking terrorist fortress of Irbin from southeast.

>Syrian journalist: The Syrian army took control of several farms north east of Jisreen, and a number of buildings south of it therefore it is almost completely surrounded.

>KafrBatna & Saqba are set to be next after Hamouriyah, rebels withdrawing & SAA slowly advancing.

>SAA now controls 70% of E. Ghouta.

Syria (Hama)

>SAA killed at least six terror groups commanders after repelling an attack.

>Picture #4: A Panthera F9 APC was captured from terrorists in Northern Hama. (The Panthera F9 APC is a product by a Dubai-based company called Minerva Special Purpose Vehicles AKA MSPV. The ones in Syria like this one were built in Turkey, and paid for by the Turkish government to equip their terrorist pets.)


>Russia to speed up deliveries of S-400 air defense systems to Turkey (at the request of Turkish FM).

>Israel tanks shell Hamas posts in Gaza after bombs set off along border fence.

>Turkish FM Cavusoglu postpones US visit after Tillerson’s dismissal.

>‘Fantasy politics’: France accuses May of punishing Russia prematurely over ex-spy poisoning.

>The US has voted against a draft UN Security Council statement put forward by Russia and China that welcomed the ongoing rapprochement between two Koreas (You can see they really want peace).

>Russian Election: A Central Election Commission member has described a recent set of instructions for protests at presidential polls, published on a German media website, as a blatant attempt to interfere with Russia’s internal affairs. An article titled “Five Strategies of Protest Behavior at the Russian Presidential Elections,” which was posted on the Russian-language website of German public news corporation Deutsche Welle (DW).

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>SDF… is preparing to launch an offensive against government Forces on the Eastern Bank of the Euphrates River.

Big if true. inb4 USAF flies round-the-clock CAS in """self-defence"""

6ad429 No.683


>USAF flies round-the-clock CAS in """self-defence"""

>inb4 CENTCOM: A SyAAF aircraft got too close to coalition forces. Had no choice but to shoot it down.

6ad429 No.684

File: d98e6216f9c0d73⋯.png (407.57 KB, 760x3290, 76:329, 2018-03-15_-_Syria_in_Last….png)

>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Evacuates Civilians from Eastern Ghouta



6a5aa3 No.686


>Take your guess what the next target will be after E.Ghouta.

Idlib again. T*rks are starting to dig in there, so Assad has to deal with it before that happens. No other pocket needs immediate attention.

6ad429 No.689

It will probably be over by the time anyone else sees this, but I'll post it anyway.

>Live: Russian, Turkish & Iranian FMs speak to press in Astana

RT: https://www.rt.com/on-air/421462-lavrov-russia-astana-conference/

Ruptly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3neW3PlC9Ho&t=9m0s

Edit: It's over now so use the ruptly link to watch it. I modified the url so the video begins when the conference starts.

6ad429 No.692

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File: 0f77caccf92c980⋯.jpg (496.07 KB, 1573x2048, 1573:2048, 2018-03-14_-_Idlib.jpg)

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>The foreign ministers of Iran, Russia and Turkey met in the Kazakh capital, Astana, to discuss Syria on Friday. The three foreign ministers published a joint statement with a strong emphasis on the territorial integrity of Syria and added that the next meeting in Astana would be held in mid-May. The meeting was also a preparation for the leaders' summit on Syria in Istanbul on April 4.

>Damascus: SyAAF & SAA target (((IS))) sites in Hajar Al-Aswad, Yarmouk & Qadam with heavy artillery, missiles & Shilka (ZSU-23-4) fire amid sporadic clashes on pocket’s western axis.

Syria (Afrin)

>The Turkish Army (TSK) troops and Ankara-backed terrorists have gained control over 70 percent of Afrin region

>TSK captured the villages of al-Mohebiyeh Jolaqi and Qorzali in the region of Bolbol.

>TSK captured the villages of Berkeh, Jomazanli, Hamou Rajou and Jarou in the region of Sheikh Hadid in Northern Afrin.

Syria (Dara'a)

>Arabic-language Rai al-Youm news website reported that the spying agencies of Israel, US and Saud Arabia are already through with the initial phase of an imminent assault by the terrorists in Southern Syria, adding that the secret services of the trio states are to supply military, weapons and logistical support for the terrorists.

>SAA has dispatched a large number of fresh forces and a large volume of military equipment to Northern and Northeastern Dara'a, the town of Khirbet Qazala and different neighborhoods of Dara'a city to reinvigorate the government forces.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Russian MoD - 13,000 civilians left E. Ghouta via humanitarian corridors, evacuation ongoing

>AMN: Syrian Army and Jeish al-Islam agreed to the terms of an agreement that would have the latter turn their heavy weapons into the government and Russian military. The report further said according to the agreement, Jeish al-Islam will release prisoners in Douma, including those from the Syrian Army, hand over all their heavy weapons to the government, and give the government and army full access roads to Douma to take the wounded to local hospitals. Also according to the agreement, the militants in Douma will decide whether they will go to Idlib, Dara'a, or stay in Eastern Ghouta to settle their cases with the state and receive amnesty. The report added that the Russians have mediated the terms between the two parties.

>SAA Republican Guard & 4th Mechanized Division captured the town & terrorist stronghold of Jisreen. Saqba is next.

Syria (Hama)

>SAA seized control over the villages of Beizoun, Safaf Abu al-Khayr and Ma'arsan after heavy fighting with terrorists.

Syria (Hasaka)

>Sources in Hasaka city reported that the Kurdish fighters detained a number of civilians in al-Nashwah neighborhood within the format of the forced-recruitment plan. In a relevant development last month, the Kurdish fighters detained a number of young people in the town of al-Shadadi in Southern Hasaka to force them to join the militia.

Syria (Raqqa)

>The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) are setting (((IS))) terrorists free from jails in Raqqa city without presenting any explanation and despite the public's strong opposition, local sources in Northeastern Syria disclosed on Friday. The sources said that a sum of 12 (((IS))) terrorists have been recently released from jails, adding that the K*rds have also intensified security measures against civilians in the city.


>Iraq-Syria border: A ZOG transport helicopter carrying ammunition for jihadists crashed near al-Qa'em, a town in Anbar Province near the Syrian border in western Iraq. Up to seven zogbots may have perished in the crash. The helicopter took off from Ayn al-Asad airbase in al-Anbar province along with several other UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters, Lebanese-based TV network Al Mayadeen reported. Pave Hawk aircraft have a primary mission to "conduct day or night (((personnel recovery operations))) into hostile environment to recover isolated personnel during war".

>Russian military TV channel (Zvezda): Akula-class Shchuka-B nuclear-powered attack submarines conducted an exercise near American military bases with the objective of avoiding detection as they came close to the US coast. A Navy commander said the Russian vessels came “close enough” to American shores but did not violate US maritime borders, remaining in neutral waters.

>Yemen: A leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement dismissed as untrue media reports about “secret talks” between the group and Saudi Arabia to end the Riyadh-led war on Yemen.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Reinvigorates Positions in Homs



6ad429 No.694

File: 7f8332b02dee3d0⋯.png (517.01 KB, 760x2460, 38:123, 2018-03-16_-_Joint_Stateme….png)

>Joint Statement by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Turkey on Syria (Astana, 16 March 2018)



6ad429 No.695

File: c1cebc53e6170ec⋯.png (414.85 KB, 670x3400, 67:340, 2018-03-16_-_Assad_has_won….png)

>U.S. Army General Joseph Votel, commander of CENTCOM (soon to be fired?): Assad has won, Iran deal should stand and Saudis use American weapons without accountability in Yemen - Congressional testimony.


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Updates - This was supposed to be a low energy edition

Sometimes we get it right and sometimes we don't. That's just how it goes.


>Others say Yarmouk district but it will probably stay a jihadist prison for now.

As previously stated, Yarmouk/Yarmuk Camp is a Palestinian district in Damascus but under IS control. It shouldn't come as a surprise that Liwa al Quds would be involved in taking it back.

>Today: Liwa al Quds Spokesman - Preemptive shelling in AL Yarmouk camp has started. Soon Al Yarmouk camp will be liberated.

>There's also Abu-Kamal to keep a close eye on because apparently, the US wants it back.

>Breaking (Unconfirmed): Multiple reports that the situation around T2 pumping station is very bad. (((IS))) took advantage from SDF redeployment and attacked the SAA positions south of Abu-Kamal. SAA sources deny the reports or at least seem to be claiming the government forces have successfully repelled the attacks.


>Lavrov: US, British, French special forces directly involved in Syria war.

>Russian MoD: US is training terrorists for false flag chemical attack as basis for airstrikes.

>Russian MoD: Over 800,000 civilians returned home in Aleppo.

>Damascus: (((IS))) launched an attack vs government in Qadam district and killed several fighters and also destroyed an up-armoured T-72.

>Russia air defense systems in Khmemeim AB Latakia intercepted an unidentified object/s over the sea. 2 missiles were launched. The object was downed successfully.

>US has formed cruise missile strike groups in East Mediterranean, Persian Gulf and Red Sea for possible strike at Syria - Russian general staff

Syria (Afrin)

>The Turkish forces and allied jihadists stormed the Kurdish fighters' positions in Ma'abatli near Afrin and captured the villages of Kokali Tahtani, Kokali Foqani, DarKayr and Ein al-Ajr. Also, the Ankara-backed jihadists occupied the village of Joyaq near Afrin, and the villages of Khzyan Foqani, Khazyan Tahtani, Jalqam, Sheikh Balal, Jarkhatli, Qasem, Hill 800 and Hill 1500 in Rajou region.

>TSK controls 75% of Afrin. Over 3,560 K*rds killed or captured.

>More than 150,000 civilians left the region for government-controlled Syria.

Syria (Eastern Ghouta)

>Reports of a failed attempt by Jaysh al Islam (JAI) in Douma to use a 9K33 OSA SAM air defense system against SAA helicopters. Hours later, JAI attempted to shoot down a SyAAF Su-22 aircraft but the pilot reportedly used flares and managed to take further evasive actions. SAA/Russian military is jamming the OSA, meaning there's no data link for guidance correction commands.

>More than 30,000 have left E. Ghouta on saturday. Russian MoD has set up a livestream showing the humanitarian corridors from land and air.

>SAA sets up another humanitarian corridor (3 in total I think).

>SAA units pounded terrorists' positions inside Kafr Batna. SAA now controls over half of Kafr Batna.

>SAA now in control of approx. 40% of Saqba

>SAA Tiger Forces liberate Farabi School North of ar-Rayhan and large farms area NE of town /Damascus

>Unconfirmed: 24 hrs of ceasefire for Harasta before launch by government of an all-out offensive on the besieged town.

>Ceasefire issued in Douma - The negotiations are at the final stages. If everything went according to the plan, the terrorists will start evacuating tomorrow to Idlib or Daraa. Militias won’t be allowed to carry weapons or money. Supposedly, JAI currently has over $85 million.

>Breaking: The Syrian military has captured Kafr Batna & Saqba after heavy fighting.


>South Africa: White farmers reportedly being murdered & tortured off their land according to Paul Toohey, a reporter from Australia's Daily Telegraph.

>US Def. Secretary Mattis: Supporting Saudi Arabia in Yemen is good for civilians.

>The (((US Senate))) has warned Russia of further sanctions if the S-400 is sold to foreign nations.

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>Syria in Last 24 Hours: Terrorists Fail to Prevail over Syrian Army Positions in Eastern Ghouta



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