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SYRIA GENERAL - ALLAHU SNATCHBAR EDITION

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LINKS ARCHIVES for OCT 17 (updated)
>ARTICLES
http://pastebin.com/GEzLKa7c
>VIDYA
http://pastebin.com/hVRCFb83
>TWITTER
http://pastebin.com/t8679UsR

>SYRIA GENERAL ARCHIVE
http://pastebin.com/Nqw00Snc

http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/syria/damascus

PERMANENT MAPS
>Map of Airstrikes
https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=z4PF1SFiMPjQ.kFa_qMMdFl48
>Live map, with ticker on the right side
http://syria.liveuamap.com/
>Interactive Military Maps (Jewbook login to edit - turn off elements if slow to load)
http://militarymaps.info/

TODAY'S MAPS
>Situation Aleppo 10/16
http://imgur.com/m70c849
>Militant Pages are screaming for massive help & TOW missiles to head towards Al-#Hadher
https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/655306265703223296
[MAP] http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=36.028139&lon=37.129326&z=13&m=b
>Report about is on going at the moment #Kwieres #Kweres ---> UPPER RIGHT ON MAP
https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/655325453901627392
>Shughaydilah, a village NE of strategic Hader, has fallen to SAA/Hezbollah
https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/655329141043150848
>SAA broke through insurgent's main line of defense in S Aleppo + reached strategic town Hadher
>[NOTE] Replies say SAA is going for the M5 highway and advance going faster than expected
https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/655322468836593664/photo/1

>Previous Thread >>53856139

Get a load of these hotheads...
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=630_1445020857
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>>53882973
First for Jews>Goyim.
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MAP OF SYRIA
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CHECHENS WHEN
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GRAPHIC: terrorist rebels who survived a Russian air attack on their nest in Eastern Ghouta
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zP0VuESfa44
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>>53882973
GRAPHIC: terrorist rebels who survived a Russian air attack on their nest in Eastern Ghouta
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zP0VuESfa44
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SITUATION IN HOMS
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SITUATION IN ALEPPO
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>>53882995
Russian air support and observation will help a lot with that; rebels can't as much by truck or car anymore now.
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>>53883107

hopefully soooon

my body is ready
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Moderate rebels. Pic related
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>>53883140
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Kardov will kill all ISIS all by himself

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Oe_hYEJIDg
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>>53883107
>>53883210
did putin say anything about letting them go in or something?
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>>53883164
Serious question, how long until they're wiped out?
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Holy shit, based Hezbollah soldier redpilled an ISIS terrorists in the middle of a battle.

>A Hezbollah soldier confronts an ISIS terrorists in Al-Zabadani, Syria during a truce. The soldier eloquently speaks to the terrorists telling him you are assisting Israel and America.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cj0p2s-NmB8
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Fucked it up.
Previous thread was >>53868121
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>>53883352
>in the middle of a battle
not quite
theres a truce
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>>53883140
prety brutal, i must say
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>>53883164
Anybody got an intelligent opinion on the strategic significance of this pocket? Are there really 10,000 regime troops tied up making sure hajjis don't break out of it?
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>>53883297
Nah
he won't send them in because they would kill anyone they see and strap bodies to their tanks and APCs like they did in georgia
and that's bad pr
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http://www.veteranstoday.com/2015/10/16/busted-russians-catch-us-in-fake-bombing-campaign/
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>>53883352
Well done, well spoken, glad to see them meet in the middle instead of shooting him dead.

>>53883514
war...war never changes.
regardless whos side your on, men and women die horrible deaths. Do they deserve it, could they be saved if the people who implanted these killing thoughts into them suffered instead? I don't know
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ISRAEL

BTFO
T
F
O
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>>53883514
>prety brutal, i must say

Personally I blame barrel bombs dropped by the evil regime of assad.
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>>53883352
so many hand gestures

>>53883602
>he won't send them in because they would kill anyone they see and strap bodies to their tanks and APCs like they did in georgia

i've never seen this, got any links?
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>>53883649
who is behind "veteranstoday"?
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http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4712443,00.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4712443,00.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4712443,00.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4712443,00.html

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4712443,00.html


> Israeli jets recently flying near Syria border for intelligence on Hezbollah forced to return after Russian jets intercept pathway, Russia then told Israel entering Syria in its controlled airspace would be "pretext for opening fire"
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>>53883107

KADYROVSKI SOON, COMRADE
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>>53883779
>that club
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>>53883078
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>>53883602
>he won't send them in because they would kill anyone they see and strap bodies to their tanks and APCs like they did in georgia

Proofs.
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>>53883774
Holy legit shit.
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>>53883078
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>>53883140

Ugh, sometimes you have to remember the humanity of this war. I hope it doesn't drag on too long.
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>>53883793
We've same.
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>>53883841

I expect it's for hitting

Supposedly that's one of Kadyrov's militia fighting in Donetsk, but he doesn't look Muslim to me.

Pic related are more like it.
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>>53883352
>Terrorist: My name is Abdullah
>Hezb soldier: My name is also abdullah

kek
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>>53884108
Yeah, I know it's for hitting.
But who would use it in fight? It's too big to be a side weapon. One would have to leave rifle behind yo use that club.
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>>53883164
CAULDRON ESTABLISHED
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>>53882973
Fuck russia. Looking forward to seeing some beheaded russians soldiers.
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>>53883352
that is one based negotiator
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>>53883164
what is even changing here? also, what is with that really small pocket right below it?
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>>53884241
Nice try jews
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>>53883352
Oh great...the expert opinions of the aluminum hat crowd....quit playing dungeons and dragons for a second, take off the spock ears and crawl out of your moms basement for a sec and take a giant wiff of reality...theres fucking pictures of airplane debris all over the Pentagon lawn if you look at something other than a video produced by some level 3 wizard wannabe with a mask on and voiced disguised....quit being fucktards
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>>53883092
Remind me, why did kurds go rebel in Syria? I thought kurds was a turkish problem.
And the second question: As I udnerstand it right, Kurds, Al nusra, rebels and Isis separately and without any negotiations spontaniously begun conquering territory. How is it even possible?
Thank you.
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>>53882973
>>53881053
>>53882218
>>53882432
>Posting the fake one again
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>>53884473
kurds live in turkey, syria and iraq
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>>53883649
tinfoil hats aside, where are all the videos with results of US bombings?
USA-led coalition conducted its mission in Syria for more than a year now. Where all the snackbar videos are? Why they appeared only after we joined in on the fun?
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>>53884415

Show the pics faggot.
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>>53883258
Is it true that Kadyrov and his clan are Sufi muslims? To be honest that's not how I imagined sufis.
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>>53884415
Those damn terrorists fucked up the Pentagon's lawn. It sure proves something.
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>>53884473
Kurds were part of the FSA, but they split up once it became clear that they wanted independence rather than regime change
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>>53884550
And the second question reply?
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>>53883140
Jesus, I hope fighting for the jews was worth it
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>>53884661
everyone for themselves and against each other
it's chaos
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>>53884559
Locked behind top secret classification, can't have american know they bombed goat and pregnant women for several years after all.
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>>53884741
And what will be next after (if) they conquer the entire Syria? Will they split the land and reclaim three independant states or what?
I might be too pessimistic, but it's a huge territory Assad has to take back. It doesn't look possible.
Also, If I get it right, Putin calles them all terrorists. I udnerstand his point- support only officials. And it's a kind of right possition. But are they all terrorists? Kurds seem pretty autonomous. And who the hell are rebels? Are they muh democrasy and change we need?
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>>53883344
Knowing Middle East-2-3 years
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>>53884550
Parts of Iran as well
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>>53884190

I doubt he'd use it in combat. Sometimes assault infantry use entrenching tools etc in CQC but they're much smaller.

Intimidation? Maybe he had some big nails and did it for shots and giggles.
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>>53885074

>shots

Shits and giggles.
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>>53885074
General thuggery I think. Killing and intimidating political opponents - Kadyrov is not a nice person.
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>>53883258
>>53883107
>>53883210

don't fall for the same propaganda tactics the americunts use!

there are no 'moderate' radical islamists, not even when they are puppets of the CIA nor of the FSB. Kadyrov is a extremists islamist himself in the way he views the religion and the tradition connected with it.

- underage marriages with old men:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/tearful-teenage-bride-forced-marry-5730330

- Polygamy:
sputniknews.com/russia/20110224/162742989.html

- Is a fan of Sharia:

eurasialift(dot)
wordpress(dot)
com/2010/06/03/sharia-is-more-important-than-russias-laws-said-kadyrovchechen-president/

- general mudslime shit:
>In downtown Grozny, several businesses were ordered to cover up the bare heads of women in their advertisements. Authorities walked around the area, ripping off ads with women pictured in them or plastering red tape over their bare heads. Kadyrov also supports honor killings of those who violate or disregard the new law. After the bodies of seven women were found by the side of a road two years ago, he publicly stated, “If a woman runs around and if a man runs around with her, both of them are killed,” commenting that they probably had “loose morals.”

opensocietyfoundations(dot)
org/voices/chechen-women-modesty-new-normal

I don't know why you shills love this redhead muslim so much. just because he's on putins side?
i hope he gets the same fate as his father. we shouldn't accept islamist leaders in russia! btw chechens are scum on all sides.

PS: sorry had to delete the dots in the liks because of faggoty "Error: Our system thinks your post is spam. Please reformat and try again."
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Good graphic on TOW missiles, apparently some of the ones supplied have a tandem charge (rendering ERA ineffective).
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>>53885267
This. Kadyrov is not even based. He's a shit churka terrorist.
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>>53884969
Didnt I read somewhere that there are talks that Assad will give kurds some level of autonomy?
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>>53885509
pretty sure they haven't been given american tows
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>>53884415
Show one picture of airplane debris on the white house lawn.

One
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>>53885554
assad does not promise them anything, but he is ready to hold talks in syria about the future of these lands once this is over. he says this is not something he can decide but the people/syria will. (see RT interview with him)
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>>53884969
Kurds right now have a truce with the government so hopefully they won't have to fight with them. Rebels originally started during the Arab Spring as Syria's Maidan™, then more and more jihadists joined, they started fighting each other and right now it's pretty much disorganized bands of crazy islamists with barely any actually "moderate" rebels left. US and CIA have been training and arming various rebel groups to fight against Assad.
Most of the territory is desert, so it's not as huge as it would seem.

After (if) the government reclaims the whole country and ISIS is also crushed in Iraq, there probably would be an election for the new president, though I doubt West would recognize it either way, so maybe there's no point in trying to appease them.
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>>53885642

The Americans have given them to 'vetted' groups - all within the FSA; hence this graphic from the Washington Post
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>>53884969
there are four main parties
assad, the opposition/"rebels", isis, kurds

assad wants to stay in power
opposition wants a regimechange
isis wants a caliphate
kurds want autonomy/own state

while it might look like isis has a large area under control, in fact most of it is just desert

russia has supported the kurds in other conflicts, so i don't think putin includes them when speaking of terrorists

for now russia helps assad to establish a buffer zone where it matters
once done they will head east
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>>53885642
America drops 50 pallets of weapons and none of them are TOWs? Unlikely
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>>53885267
Eric Abdul-Aziz Ibn Cartman
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>>53885773
>'vetted' groups
there's a point where this needs to stop and we've clearly passed it
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>>53885794

One of the FSA commanders was boasting of a large influx of missiles and launchers right after the Russians started going in hard.

If you remember the first day of the offensive around Hama took a heavy toll on the SAA armour.
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>>53884969

russia never bombed the kurds. assad and kurds have some sort of pact where they don't attack one another and even work with each other at times.

large landmasses in syria are just dessert, nothing to conquer there, just to drive through and hit some villages on the way, so yeah it looks overwhelming, but the whole east of the country held by isis is quickly conquered. problem is the north, north west and south, where there is much more urban area and infrastructure to be taken on smaller ground.
also, do they need to take all areas? if Assads forces dominate on all fronts, factions will want to get into a truce with the government. also the question is, when Raqqa falls, will the IS crumble?
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>>53885544
As long as the mudslimes keep killing each other, I wouldn't care if they're churkas or arabs or persiana or pakis.
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>>53885909

In fairness some of them were 'moderate' - no Al Qaeda etc.Now that the Saudis are weighing in expect TOWs for everyone!
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>>53885267
Russia is a Federation,the chechens are one of the self-governing entitities within. Kadyrov has his views and his extremness, but he WORKS. It's like Assad. Sure, some human rights lawyers may find their way into his dungeon, but largely it's fucking jihadist bastards who deserve to rot their for all eternity (based on the fact that executing them is illegal in current russian legislation)
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>>53884969
>Kurds
Kurds want independence. Will most likely fight with FSA should the FSA win because they have problems with fundamentalist Sunnis.
>FSA
Want to create a new democratic regime, and are forced to collaborate with al-Nusra. Hence, they want to annex Kurds and ISIS
>al-Nusra
Basically al-Quaeda. Controls like half of all FSA holdings.
>ISIS
Want to annex everyone

The FSA and SAA are the most capable factions in the conflict and have the most foreign support, and both hate ISIS. That means any victory will most likely be for either the SAA or the FSA. What exactly will happen to the kurds is still up in the air and will largely depend on the post-war conditions of the winning faction. At the very least, they will gain some autonomy from this.
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>>53885909
>there's a point where this needs to stop and we've clearly passed it

Let's keep going and see what happens. :^)
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>>53885707
>>53885792
Is it possible that Kurds join Assad to fight the rest? Looks it's profitable for them if Assad wins, at least it guaranties their autonomy after shit gets better, isn't it?
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http://www.flightradar24.com/S103/7bb3ffc
>MANNY6 (Il-76T) on its way back from a supply run to deir ez-zor
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>>53886037
There might have been moderates a few years back, but they got filtered out pretty fast. They were always over-represented among the exiles, and those were the ones talking to our media and politicians.
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>>53886181
There's cooperation in some of the Northern cities, and I've heard reports of them fighting side by side. Most Kurds seem to just want to be left alone, and even their leaders have made statements stating a desire for autonomy over independence.
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>>53885267
>>53886040
This. No one is happy with Kadyrov, but at least he maintains some sort of order in Chechnya and neighboring regions. It would have been much worse if all those savages were running amok with the help of CIA and Saudis like in 90s.
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>>53885984
Ok, how does it all concern Iraq, Iran and others involved? China for instance.
>>53886058
Odd choise to side al nusra for democrats.
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>>53886058
FSA = ISIS
Oh by the way this already happened several times and always turned out the same way. In Libya our brilliant journalists were like, "well, yes, there are some al Qaeda, but they're very few in number and only in leadership positions, and anyway dictatorship is suddenly bad, so bad that anything else is better!"
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>>53886181
possible, yes
negotiations will show
personally, i'd welcome it very much if assad and putin granted them autonomy or even an own state
because that would piss off the turks a lot
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His head fell off.
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>>53886181
kurds have the benefit of being organized. they'll actually hold talks with russia and syrian government, they're not some mumbo-jumbo collective like FSA where nobody knows which group is located where and who it likes or fights.
They will make a deal when the time comes, i am certain.
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>>53886058
>The FSA and SAA are the most capable factions in the conflict
>any victory will most likely be for either the SAA or the FSA.

Dude, the FSA has been virtually non-existent for over two years now.
Nusra and Ahrar keep them around for all the US weapons and aid.
If SAA collapsed, the jihadis would completely push aside the FSA in a matter of weeks.

You're delusional as fuck.
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>>53886311

The Kurds are after autonomy, independence would put them on a collision course with three states, bad idea. Plus a lot of the Kurdish homeland is shitty and poor - they need subsidies from the government of the countries that they're situated in.
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>>53886368
iraq is concerned because they too are fighting isis (in their own country)
iran is concerned because them and syria are allies (also because the saudis are backing isis/rebels and iran is against the saudis)
china has business interests in iraq
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>>53886524

Are there Iranian militia fighting with the Iraqis? Normally the Iraqi army advances away from the battle
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>>53886623

Shia militias https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Popular_Mobilization_Forces_(Iraq)
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>>53886648
kweres is such a meme. 3 days ago it was 5km, somewhere in this thread or the last it's 6.3km, now it's 7,4km.And all this time they're actually getting closer x)
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>>53886695

Ahh, yes. I remember the controversy about the use of Shias as it might upset the Sunnis.
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>>53886741

They're getting closer, but yes /pol/ likes to deal in absolutes and capital letters
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>>53886368
>how does it all concern Iraq, Iran and others involved?
Do you know what ISIS means? And their plans of future caliphate?
Plus, Iran wants to keep the current government because Assad is Alawite, which is a branch of Shia, the dominant religion in Iran. The majority of population of Syria is Sunni, so a Sunni government, especially an extremist one would be very bad for Iran. That's why Hezbollah also fights for Assad.
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>>53886368
not really a choice anymore. My guess is that at the beginning the FSA let the crazies join with the intention of betraying them later, but then they just got swarmed to the point of half their fighters being radicals.
>>53886396
Nah, al-Quaeda and ISIS have ideological differences that prevents them from uniting.
>>53886572
No one wants ISIS to win. Unlike in Libya, there is no advantage in supporting them. The West is only supplying them to keep the pressure on Assad. Should the SAA fall, the US will begin actual bombing operations to ensure FSA (or al-Nusra) victory.
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>>53886741

They are pushing towards the highway first. That will deal ISIS a heavy blow.

Russians are bombing the fuck out of the villages and the SAA are just mopping up.
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>>53886762

Turns out Syrian Sunnis are happier with Iranian Shias than head-chopping ISIS Sunnis
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>>53886902

Who'd have guessed.
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ISIS in tears...

https://twitter.com/Hamosh84/status/655158054426509312

I presume he will be crying even more tonight.
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>>53886862
Al Qaida say that ISIS is too extreme. That doesn't mean Al Qaida aren't funny people who like to blow shit up.

Then again, i recall seeing that chart about afghanistans opium production under taliban rule and after being "freed"... maybe this whole ME mess is, after all, a grand scheme to fuck over russia
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>>53882973

I don't care about Syria anymore, let Putin and Assad have Syria for all I care. Why are we even there anymore? Why is public money being spent there anymore? That money could be spent building our respective nations.

> Let Russia sort it out.
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>>53886870

They also have to assault, capture and sweep every village between them and Kweres to ensure they don't get cut off. Once they've cleared their way up to Kweres they'll have a formidable buffer zone on ISIS however.
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@Abduhark
Famous pro-regime FB page criticizes the last Hama offensive. It says regime lost 24 tanks and 450 troops for 50 cm.
https://twitter.com/Abduhark/status/655485969538359296

can someone confirm?
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>>53886040
>but largely it's fucking jihadist bastards

you and me we don't know that

> but he WORKS

only in the sense that there is no open civil war anymore. but that's the ONLY sense in which you can say he works.

>It's like Assad

No Assad tries to stay in power and is ruthless and corrupt yes. But he doesn't try to force people into a certain style of live, one religion, one morality and doesn't opress women. also assad is not a illiterate primate like kadyrow. Assad is a certified doctor, so quiet intelligent. Kadyrov is a proll.
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>>53886837
>Do you know what ISIS means?
It's something about kill all infidels and let's establish halifat in a randomly chosen place.
>And their plans of future caliphate?
I know that caliphate means "ruling" or something like that. TV says they wouldn't mind to get the caliphate from Portugal to Chechnya. No idea if it concerns china islamic regions. Am I any right?
Ok, it becomes more or less clear about Assad and Iran, but is it legal to side with hezbollah?
Screwing churkas. All of them tbh.
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>>53886862
No US bombardment can keep Nusra from completely swallowing up FSA.
Much of the FSA is already purely a Nusra shell to keep the US support coming.

Read my lips: FSA has literally zero chance of actually winning anything in this war.
It's been that way for a loooooong time now.
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>>53883258
>http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/02/putin-should-unleash-chechen-troops-on-isis-says-regions-president

>Putin should unleash Chechen troops on Isis, says region's president

TOP KEK
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>>53887048
The stated goals of American foreign policy of the past 14 years collapsed two weeks ago when the USA and its poodles, France and the UK, stated 'hands off Al-Qaida/al-Nusra'.

Everything post-9/11 was based on AQ and 9/11....but it was always about Mackinder's Dictum and applying it to surround and neutralize Russia as per Brzezinski's Grand Chessboard.

Russia, not AQ, has been the 'enemy' all along.
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>>53886862
>Nah, al-Quaeda and ISIS have ideological differences that prevents them from uniting.
There's not just al-Quaeda. There are plenty of other Islamist groups in so called "moderate rebels" and they often join ISIS or work together.

>>53887048
No shit.
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>>53886648
Reminds me of that Airport in North Syria that was besieged for 3 years and every month they claimed it would be taken in days.
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>>53887114
That is ten days old.
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interesting read
>A Path Out of the Middle East Collapse
>With Russia in Syria, a geopolitical structure that lasted four decades is in shambles. The U.S. needs a new strategy and priorities.
>By HENRY A. KISSINGER
http://www.wsj.com/articles/a-path-out-of-the-middle-east-collapse-1445037513
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>>53887296
Are you sure that your'e not talking about THAT airport in northern Syria?
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>>53887403
paywalled

post screenshot
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>>53887136
>I just proved myself to be retarded
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>>53887494
>>53887403
http://pastebin.com/wir9WzHj
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>>53886368
>China for instance

USA view China and Russia as their main competition and hindrence on getting full control of the Eurasian continent. USA needs this control to stay only superpower in the 21st century. China naturally has other ideas, called the Miltipolar World, where there is more than one Superpower.
Also China is heavily dependent on foreign oil. Right now the US can easily cut China off the ME oil supply. With Iraq, Iran and Syria slipping from US fingers, China sees an opportunity to move in with Russia instead.
Also, China is building up it's military potential. If it wants to be taken seriously, it needs to prove at some point, that it is capable of projecting military power over much larger distances. Syria might be a beginners course for that, only sending support units.
There are for sure other considerations for China like better ME market penetration and making a profit in the rebuilding of the countries, but the points above are in my book the most important.
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>>53887416

He's talking about Deir ez-Zor.

Home of the Druze beast.

I presume.
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Hey ruskies, does 'churkas' refer to Chechens or muslims generally? I thought it was just a general term for foreigners but that's not making sense in this context.
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>>53886336

yes but in the longrun you just cannot have a region, where Russian law is not anymore applied. Not is it bad for you as Russians, but it sets a bad example for other autonomous regions to do the same.
also this >>53887135
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>>53887638
It refers to ALL arab looking people and muslims.
For example, If I don't know where a person is from, I can easily call him churka even if he's italian, but when I find out he's italian, he becomes a regular human.
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>>53887136
ISIS is "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" so it's mostly in Iraq and Syria (duh), for now. That's why Iraq is "concerned". But yeah, they also plan to conquer all India and half of China, but China doesn't really care too much for now. They adhere to their usual nonintervention policy until it directly bites them.

Hezbollah is pretty based actually. Their primary goal is fighting against Zionism and imperialism, which naturally includes Israel. Otherwise they do a lot of good things for the region, educate their people, train a pretty good army, protect Christians and other minorities, etc. They are considered "terrorists" only in Jew controlled countries and are okay in Russian book.
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>>53887638
All shitskins, not only muslims
It means "log" and refers to their inferiority to us
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>>53887055
LOL, hipster
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>>53887114

Old, 24 tanks became 8 verified and a handful of BMPs, 450 troops is a massive number and didn't happen thank God.
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>>53887546

thx m8
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>>53887807
>>53887701
Right, I gotcha.
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>>53887114
That shit happens if you intensify the operations. If the rebels have trouble keeping up with the pace everywhere, the regime still wins out.
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>>53887701
>when I find out he's italian, he becomes a regular human
is very amuse
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>>53883140

Anyone else notice the guy with his arm hanging on by a string was still trying to snackbar?

>I kek'd a little
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>>53887546
tl;dr version
Give the sunni everything they want
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>>53885817

That's perfect.
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>>53888114
Some of them really look churka. Especially those with hair gel. They resemble armenians.
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>>53888158
I witnessed this shit first hand. They just can't stop.

While trying to stitch up a little girl the whole fucking family was snackbaring at me the entire time. Touching me and shit. Arabs are the worst.
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>>53888180
my favourite line:
>The Gulf States insist on the overthrow of Mr. Assad to thwart Shiite Iranian designs, which they fear more than Islamic State.
oy vey, it's like when next morning after a big party I look in the mirror and get really frightened of the horrible sight I saw in it.
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>>53883078
Get stabbed,-oven dodger.
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>>53887494

To avoid WSJ paywall just copy the title of the article and paste it in google. Click the first link that comes up. Paywall is gone.
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>>53888434
did you get bombed by US airforce?
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>>53888648
noice mapleman. thank you.
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>>53883726
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>>53883774
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>>53887546
thanks

and
>>53888648
thanks
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Saudis getting BTFO too much by Houthis they have decided to send in Sudanese soldiers...

Those poor niggers.
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>>53889229
Muslim sudanese usually aren't ssa, they had a civil war over it few years ago.
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>>53888440
>>53887546

still reading but some things triggered me:

>Iran compounds its menace by presenting itself in a dual capacity. On one level, Iran acts as a legitimate Westphalian state conducting traditional diplomacy, even invoking the safeguards of the international system. At the same time, it organizes and guides nonstate actors seeking regional hegemony based on jihadist principles: Hezbollah in Lebanon and Syria; Hamas in Gaza; the Houthis in Yemen.

what's different to the US? The US supplies a whole range of nonstate actors and are a Westphalian state. Menacing US

>What started as a Sunni revolt against the Alawite (a Shiite offshoot) autocrat Bashar Assad fractured the state into its component religious and ethnic groups, with nonstate militias supporting each warring party, and outside powers pursuing their own strategic interests. Iran supports the Assad regime as the linchpin of an Iranian historic dominance stretching from Tehran to the Mediterranean. The Gulf States insist on the overthrow of Mr. Assad to thwart Shiite Iranian designs, which they fear more than Islamic State.

And what about the USA as an outside power? why not mentioning them. He presents the US as a benevalent paternal power that is only interested in keeping the peace of the region.

Nowhere until the place i read so far he mentiones the goals of the USA. He blames Obabo for not having a strategy. Ok so far so true, but a strategy is always only good, if you have a clearly defines goal or set of goals. What are they Mr Heinrich the German Judenjunge? Why is it so bad, that Russia returns to the ME militarily?

Maybe it comes later, but so far I'm a bit disappointed by the deep voice.
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>>53884241
Keep waiting. Or if you want that much to see that, travel to Russia and try to behead some people. I'm pretty sure they'll deal with you accordingly. Vid related, is you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iB5x2MPh9hE
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>>53888799
Nope. But Bashar nearly blew me to pieces when he bombed Sakhour.
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>>53889229
Seems sensible to be honest. They have money, might as well hire people to do their dieing.
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>>53889591
I think the call for germans to GTFO came rather late? I mean, protests started in march 2011 and turned violent 5 days later already...

good to here you made it out
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>>53889656
hear*
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>>53889551
saved
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>>53889591

do you regret not saying and fighting against the terrorists?
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Meanwhile Barry is playing some golf.

I think he is crying on the inside.
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>>53889551
jesus what the fuck is going on in that vid
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>>53889800

what an ugly bride. well, the groom seems to have filled that larder up with cream, so he probably was forced to marry the cow with the gigantic jaw.
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>>53887546
Funny how he talks a lot about Iran and completely ignores Saudi Arabia and Qatar which has been sponsoring wahabism all over the world and in the region itself. Ah, right, they are America's allies so it's okay.

>What started as a Sunni revolt against the Alawite (a Shiite offshoot) autocrat Bashar Assad
Not this shit again. Sure, some fags weren't too happy about him being a minority but as most normal Syrians say they didn't care about who was who, Sunni, Alawite, Christians, they were all Syrians. The way he says it looks like all Sunni are against Assad, which is simply not true. Most of them still support the government, most of the army is also Sunni.

>The Gulf States insist on the overthrow of Mr. Assad to thwart Shiite Iranian designs, which they fear more than Islamic State.
Nice way of saying that they support ISIS against Assad.
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>>53889800
Based
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>>53889985

tbh the groom looks like he could be the bride's father
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>>53889873
there is a bunch of people who sell chinese stuff on suburban trains in Russia. It's illegal, but they still do it, it's their business. (god damn I hate those fuckers)
In the beginning american loudly states his displeasure with a woman-seller who was announcing what goods she has.
In the end husband of that woman stuffs his face because he thought that american offended his wife.
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>>53889656
I think the call to GTFO came in January 2012 or so. We stayed until the end of 2012 and left when it was clear that FSA lost the upper-hand to al-Nusra in most parts of the city.

>>53889764
I'm a doctor not a fighter.
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>>53890105
>he thought that american offended his wife
Because he actually did offend her, he slapped her ass
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>>53883565
The main road connecting Homs and Hama runs through the pocket.
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https://twitter.com/IsraelBreaking/status/655457936681127937

>Israeli jets recently flying near Syria border for intelligence on Hezbollah forced to return after Russian jets intercept pathway

>More: Officials say as Israeli jets blocked Russia told Israel entering Syria in its controlled airspace would be "pretext for opening fire"

On a scale of gaza firing a rocket to shoah, what is this?
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>>53890260
Double shoah
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>>53890129
What's your take on this whole humanitarian mess? Who do you think should come out as head of Syria in the end, to improve their general situation compared to what they had before?
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>>53890393
This doesn't make any sense.
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>>53890260
Six gorillion shoas.
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He can't be stopped.
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>>53890764

Advertising
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This is handy.
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>>53891519

>Cambodia?

FARC or goverment?

It confuses me even more.
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>>53891686
You are confusing Cambodia with Colombia.
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>>53891686

FARC is Columbia

There's still Khmer Rouge in Cambodia if that's what you're after.
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>>53891896
>>53891923

It's late...

Too many factions.
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>>53890260
Didn't they have an agreement to not do operations whenever the other one's was already in progress?

My guess would be, that Israel decided to interpret this rather freely.
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>>53891519
and where is the palestinians? one of the best fighters in alepo and damascus are the palestinians.
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>>53892004

That was Burger-tier geography friend
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>>53884605
No, Sunni.
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>>53884605
Sorry Geralt, i myself dont know much about politics in that region
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>>53892098

We will never beat Burgers at their own game.
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>>53892258
why the fuck did they place Berlin there?
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>>53892040

No pic but they're 4th from the bottom of the list on right-hand side.
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Little by little...
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>>53889551
What a fucking manchild.
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>>53892344
Because it is there?
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Alright anyone have good clips of explosions or other suggestions that I can add to The ride to Valhalla video?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t56LV2cmUk
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Who's winning?
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>>53892623
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2wpWC6Xodc

ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR ALLAHU ACKBAR
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>>53893527

>11 minutes of aloha snackbars

NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE NOPE
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Kissenger, from the pastebin article above

>The destruction of ISIS is more urgent than the overthrow of Bashar Assad, who has already lost over half of the area he once controlled. Making sure that this territory does not become a permanent terrorist haven must have precedence. The current inconclusive U.S. military effort risks serving as a recruitment vehicle for ISIS as having stood up to American might.
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>>53893898
when is that fuck going to die
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>>53884473

The Kurds have never really been fully aligned with anyone, mostly keeping their heads down. Assad made a lot of concessions to them early on and basically withdrew.

>Syria's Assad grants nationality to Hasaka Kurds

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12995174

There has been sporadic fightinhg but the Kurds have naver really been with the rebels

>No fans of Assad, Syria’s Kurds distrust uprising

http://www.todayszaman.com/world_no-fans-of-assad-syrias-kurds-distrust-uprising_277848.html

The Kurds have never been so much members as the MSM over here like to paint them.

http://www.crisisgroup.org/~/media/Files/Middle%20East%20North%20Africa/Iraq%20Syria%20Lebanon/Syria/136-syrias-kurds-a-struggle-within-a-struggle.pdf

>B. Local Stirrings

>In response to the uprising elsewhere in the country, a limited Kurdish anti-regime
protest movement emerged around pre-existing youth groups or newly formed “local
coordination committees” (LCCs).

Many of them saw where this uprising was headed and they're mostly just about protecting their own.

That said, they had reason to revolt, probably moreso that the Sunnis who did but a lot of their grievances were dealt with early on.
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>>53893958
LOL, I know. He must have been on life-support for 40 or so years.

While that article fails to address the specifics of the US's role in the regional conflicts, it is reasonably balanced - more so than when I commenced reading it.
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>>53894110
I thought the same, then I read the "solutions"
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>>53893958

Gay pedos live forever because they derive so many nutrients from all the boy semen. He's one of the founding fathers of the Pink Triangle Club doncha know. Nobody in Washington takes that decrepit faggot seriously.
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>>53889549
>The Gulf States insist on the overthrow of Mr. Assad to thwart Shiite Iranian designs, which they fear more than Islamic State.
lel they fear islamist multiculturalism more than dudes cutting their heads off
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>>53893958
Never. he is an immortal demon
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>>53883140
>completely un-phased by this video
>can't look at an image of a torn toenail without feeling ill
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I need a better ending

https://youtu.be/9eeXVotqcNw
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>>53894506
It's the small things, eck this shit doesn't do anything to me but show me a bunch of worm wriggling and I can't handle it like a pussy
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>>53894644
better, but.. sound quality is still abit shit, i dont think intro is needed, and it needs to be longer, like, im just getting pumped and its over..
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>>53885991

this street shitter is right, if we can get some dead chechyans out of this on top of all the other dead it's a win-win.
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>>53894245
What in particular are you referring to?
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>>53894384
Yep, but HK also hints at an on-going role for Assad once ISIS are destoyed
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>>53894644
So far so good though - I liked the Obama woe-is-me face at the end :)
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>>53895143
OK, I dont mind saying it, but I am now officially confused
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>>53894780
I can't handle human borne parasites, like those worms that pierce skin
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>>53883793
The Russian version of the Tetron Scorpion?

It's a nice bird.
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>>53894644
bretty gud
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>>53895023
>>53895254
Sorry I thought someone else answered me, But it's basically "Give the sunni everything they want, Make sure Russia and China are cowed in submission and enjoy another century of being the center of the world."
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>>53884969
Most of the land is empty sand.
So it's not that hard to take it back, once the rebels lose the ability to resist actively.
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>>53885509
You mean less effective. Kontakt V etc. deal with TOW's quite well. You need Lynx systems or similar top-down attack weapons to take on Russian armour.
And with the Armata platform that vector is getting harder too.
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>>53895299
Yes, I see. The old boy is very adept at declaring the US's needs / desires in subtle ways. I didn't really feel this when I read the article, but now upon reading the solutions dot points again I see what you are saying
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>>53883352
Im really impressed by this. That negotiator might have just turned those ISIS fighters onto Hezbollahs side.
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>>53895678
ISIS are being played like a fiddle.

Collectively, are they ever going to realise this?
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this is what the 12 million people left in Assad's portion of the country look like
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>>53896002
They do actually, but islam itself took over byzantium and persia when they were struggling with each other and were playing with arabs,
so this time they will win again because allahu akbar
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>>53896125

p.s.
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>>53882973
>Ukrainian manface tranny
>FEMEN
>mudslime

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SURIYA ALLAH HAMIYA!
ALLAH SURIYA BASHAR!
YA ASSAD!
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>>53895678
Maybe they realised they had a better chance of living if they changed sides
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>>53896291
But that's like ukrainian natural allinace,
even Khmelnitsky went to moscow only after ottomans refused
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>>53883297
Yeah, no. You don't want to send Chechens, unless you're absolutely positive for turning Syria into WHAT A DAY, WHAT A LOVELY DAY and much more. Also their biological need for commiting excessive war atrocities will be a godgift for western media ("MUH MORDORATES").
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t56LV2cmUk
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why are there no new videos?
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>>53883861
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>>53896553
all but a few of the snackbar video editors have died out.
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Daily moderate reminder
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>>53896623
Kek
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https://www.rt.com/news/318938-russia-airstrikes-hit-isis/
>civilians under isis (moderate rebel) rule help russians find targets

https://www.rt.com/news/318969-saudi-air-raid-mistakenly-kills/
>saudis blow up their friends in yemen

good thing i checked rt again, that was a good giggle
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>>53883119
All HaiL bRO'S.
Its well worth a watch...
Watch it now....
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>>53896623
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how does russia work

are medvedev and putin just gonna keep switching prime minister and presidency forever?

and is medvedev just a puppet?
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>>53896905
>civilians under isis (moderate rebel) rule help russians find targets

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>>53896957
They will most likely interchange presidency and ministery continually.

Putin is the one that slightly modifies the prime minister obligations and the president's obligation to favour him, in the end he contrlls most of the country while Medvedev manages smaller issues like legislation and financial stuff.
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>>53896957
>are medvedev and putin just gonna keep switching prime minister and presidency forever?
I hope so


Medvedev is pretty smart in his own right, I wouldn't call him a puppet
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This is what russia does to some shitty criminals

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5dVttoSQSSk
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>>53896957
some comfy russians here told us putin wanted to veto in libya already, but medvedev was in charge at the time and didn't do it.
I really don't know, our media basically tells us there are no elections in russia kek
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>>53897069
>>53897072
yeah i figured, but thats really wierd, you would guess there would be a rule where it would not be possible

i mean its just funny to see these guys for the next 25 years

>>53897111
i guess its because i rarely see medvedev and putin constantly that i see it as Putin dominating russia or something
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>>53896957
>are medvedev and putin just gonna keep switching prime minister and presidency forever?

I hope so, these two create endless shit. It's not illegal either. The same people who complain about putin would probably moan about ataturk too.
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>>53897072

Damn.

Those guys are gay for each other
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>>53897109
>they let the hostage join in
lmao
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>>53897072
also

>just plain white and black t shirts
>nothing out of the ordinary meal

pretty cool

>>53897240
>The same people who complain about putin would probably moan about ataturk too.

You mean Erdogan?
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>>53897072
>You'll never run a country with your best bro
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>>53897313
No, actual ataturk, the guy was so popular he was constantly elected till his death. Putin will end up doing the same shit most likely.
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>>53897420
They are not best bro. Med dislikes Vlad
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>>53897437
it looks to me that Erdogan is trying really hard to be like Putin, were Putin succeeded, Erdogan is failing (of his own fault too obviously)

also i think turkey had a one party system when ataturk was getting electing m8
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>>53893527
>tfw watching snackbarring on x2 speed
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>>53887047
>https://twitter.com/Hamosh84/status/655158054426509312

How asspained his he to call Putin Abu Ali?
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HOW MANY DEAD RUSSIANS SO FAR?
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>>53891519

Cuban Special forces are in Syria now too
>>
>>53897852
All of them
>>
Spetsnaz in Jordan in a competiton

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CD85CdhJff8
>>
>>53897072
Yeah, so fucking smart he got gaddafi killed with his incompetence
>>
>>53898036
Fug
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>>53897852
THAT MANY
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>>53897109

From translating a few of the comments, those are blanks and this is from a training film about how to handle hostages.

If those were real shots, bathrobe man would have been shredded along with the "thieves."
>>
>>53898259
You're right about blanks, but it wasnt training, it was all over the news a few years back in russia
>>
>>53898167
gaddafi was doomed, after he said to emir of qatar that he was to fat to seat on the throne, no one was able to safe him
>>
>>53897794
>entire euphrates river gone dark

sad shit, man
>>
>>53882973

Syrian archbishop pleads for UK to stop backing anti-Assad Islamist groups:

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/syrian-archbishop-pleads-for-uk-to-stop-backing-anti-assad-islamist-groups-a6697226.html
>>
>>53898335

Whatever it was looked fake as fuck. One of the commenters said it reminded him of an old Russian slapstick comedy called "Operation Y." Sounds about right.
>>
EXCLUSIVE -- Inside of a Moderate Terrorist Training Camp
http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=e6b_1445116525

Lessons include aimless scampering, flailing arms while stomping, and hopping in place.

>this explains everything
>>
>>53897852
10 from the first ofensive on september 24 i think
http://www.debka.com/article/24902/Russian-marines-join-Hizballah-in-first-Syrian-battle-%E2%80%93-a-danger-signal-for-US-Israel
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>>53899246
>Babby's first tactics and weapons handling
>Kids playground obstacle course
>In depth religious discussions

Wat.
>>
This is a bit o-t but thread's slow so fuck it.....

Is this true? US military drove a fucking TANK into the ruins of the MSF hospital in order to destroy evidence?

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/15/us-tank-enters-ruined-afghan-hospital-putting-war-evidence-at-risk

WAT
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>>53900484
Its pretty strange
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>>53884415

http://www.pentagonstrike.co.uk/pentagon.swf
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>>53900484
WOT
>>
>>53900484
Kevin Brent
6h ago

Funny how when things went awry prior to Jan 2009, it was 'Bush'. Now, that it's Obamatollah Insanei, media says... 'US'. You Leftists are pathetic..lol

Kek.
There was someone in that hospital that they wanted gone, most likely some isis commander who would get mad about usa dropping support or whatever
>>
>>53883164
history repeats itself, the jaws snap shut again
>>
in the meantime. /Pol tell me what you think of the most beautiful national tune. I'm not even Estonian......Action starts at 45 secs. But u might as well admit , you want to hear the moon runes spokeen don't ya.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OneQRawdLv4
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>>53900557

It says the US had a Paki taliban target inside and he was killed during the airstrike.

So they blew up a hospital in order to kill one guy and then drove through the hospital later (WITH A TANK?!?) to destroy evidence.
>>
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_WQGqySf2Ac

lmao

wont be long before the kurds stop calling VICE the most based news reporters anymore
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>>53897794

:(

feels bad that my government had a strong hand in that
>>
Breaking: #SAA, #Hezbollah, #NDF impose full control on Baqisheh village, getting closer to Kwaires Airbase, #ISIS


not quit yet. Tomorrow
>>
https://twitter.com/miladvisor
7.4
>>
Let's kick it up a notch.
No snackbar Hezbollah

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3MAQG6zXSwI
>>
>>53894644
If you could a better sound file and could replace the pictures at the end with other video footage, that would be awesome.
>>
>>53883774
BTFO
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>>53899246
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1Es7QgBXpw

Even funnier:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zNKAmiHxeU
>>
You guys want a new thread?
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>>53886181
>Is it possible that Kurds join Assad to fight the rest? Looks it's profitable for them if Assad wins, at least it guaranties their autonomy after shit gets better, isn't it?
this is the best outcome from the war
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>>53901906

>0:30
>disguised as leafy green tree
>in a desert

MY SIDES
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>>53901021
>most likely some isis commander
>Buger goverment killing its allies
>burger goverment killing its allies while still supplying them weapons
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>>53883092
Why hasn't the pocket near the fallen yet? Or does it have supply lines open?
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>>53901906
back garden
need toyota
can do splits.
i warrior
kek
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>>53902195
pls
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>>53902195
FRESH BREAD FRESH BREAD FRESH BREAD
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>>53902904
>>53903011

Ok, brb.
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FRESH BREAD

>>53903161
>>53903161
>>53903161
>>53903161
>>
>>53903182
U like master
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>>53896200
>You will never marry an Iranian qt.
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>>53883352
That isn't Isis. That was an FSA soldier.
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>>53904129
Whats the difference?
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