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 >NEW MAP: Military situation in southern rural #Aleppo [OCT 18] https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/655775902173962240 >The Military Situation in North of Homs Oct 17 - HD http://archicivilians.com/2015/10/17/map-the-military-situation-in-north-of-homs-syria-october-17-2015/ >Loy. sources: #SAA and #Hezbollah have captured the village of Al-#Wadihi in southern rural #Aleppo https://twitter.com/PetoLucem/status/655679161797890048 >Report about is on going at the moment #Kwieres #Kweres ---> UPPER RIGHT ON MAP https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/655325453901627392 >New Map.Military situation in eastern #Aleppo #Kuweyres https://twitter.com/miladvisor/status/655473203347877889 >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 >Confirmed now SAA Captures Al Halabiyah & Dakwanah - 6km away of Kuweiris Airbase https://twitter.com/Ibra_Joudeh/status/655432641068580864
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Mark Harding seems to still be obsessing over the terrorist group that calls itself ISIL(ISIS) and we are concerned that he might try something in the near future. He is fanatically defending this organization on an internet imageboard called 4chan(Politically Incorrect board). We as concerned citizens who possess common sense would like to warn you to keep an eye on this shady individual.
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>>53976393 A government does well to respect its army and veterans. Especially when it comes back from the brink of oblivion, after 4.5 years of fighting and more to go. Wouldn't be cool to run into a military coup after sorting the jihadists out. Hope Assad has some solid plans for the future.
>United Nations: 35,000 people have fled Aleppo in the 48 hours since the Syrian government launched a military offensive there. https://twitter.com/erinmcunningham/status/655717060962578432 >Erin Cunningham, Washington Post correspondent, Cairo.
Something about, Russia not being effective? No changes on the ground? SAA losing? That doesn't sound much like the actions of a victorious population to me.
I wonder just how many of that 35,000 were islamists, and just how ready Europe is to receive them?
I don't have anywhere else to share this information since I'm not employed by the FSB, so, here you go guys, a local CIA shill account for spanish speakers, spreading disinformation in comment sections and propaganda through video, look at uploaded video and usual comments on his google+ page.
>>53981645 It's a joke, the US claims to bomb ISIS when in fact they created them and is funding and arming them. So it's a russian military officials joke about what the US has been bombing for the past year.
>>53981837 It takes a lot of skill to murder a man deep behind enemy lines. Recently an iranian general was assasinated aswell. It's not like Hezbollah and Iran are stupid, it's the capacity of the enemy they're fighting that's great, there's no other logical explanation than CIA assasinations.
I hope Putin replies in kind with some FSB and spetsnaz action.
Since the 60's CIA is bound by legislation not to assasinate people. They can't do it. They never do it. They go to huge trouble and cost to fucking waterboard people abroad to avoid backlash (in fact they dont even do that anymore).
The FSB on the other hand uses murder as a political tool on a daily basis all the while churning out propaganda for useful gullible faggots like you to lap up.
ISIS is not, has never been funded or aided by the US.
>>53982014 well I mean, at the end everyone who survived was far too old to make anymore babies and the few that grew up post nuke were all retarded from the radiation humanity was effectively over in a generation even if they had managed some sort of reorganisation and had limited electricity at the hospital
>>53981925 Polish butthurt about russia is real, if you want more butthurt read the baltic media in english language. They've crazy conspiracy theories about russia all the times, it's almost like south korean tabloids with north korea.
>>53982621 well siberia would get even colder, if such a thing is possible, in the couple of years of nuclear winter. and those in the bunkers would also more than likely descend into madness. think bioshock x 100 so who knows?
>>53982684 Was a working multiculture though. Good standards for people who behave, torture cellars and death penalty with little or no room for human rights lawyers and SJWs getting in the way of things.
integrate or help learn more about the human bodys capacity for pain and become fertilizer.
>Kata'ib Hizballah/#Iraq Army (34th Armoured Bde) convoy heading towards Siniyah, W of Baiji. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKuY5xp78ak&feature=youtu.be >ISIS killed by SAA defending the Kwieres airport. https://twitter.com/IvanSidorenko1/status/656005168069218304 >PMU Fighters from the Sunni Albu Nimr tribe fly the flag of Imam Hussein as they continue their battles in Anbar. https://twitter.com/stevoiraq/status/655858173153153024 >The liberation of Baiji. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SObLiGqBwHk >SAA capture Al Muflisah and Sab'in (marked with red stars on the map) on the way to Kweires airbase. https://twitter.com/syriaalasadua/status/655874364630552576 >YPG (Kurds) prevent ISIS militants from planting mines north Raqqa - ARA News. http://aranews.net/2015/10/kurds-prevent-isis-militants-from-planting-mines-north-raqqa/ >Maaloula: Invisible to World Tears (Aftermath of the Destruction of the Historic Christian Town of Maaloula by Islamist Terrorists Al Nusra Front). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iaeg7UBFTTc
>>53983510 >In April 1992, the government of the Yugoslav republic of Bosnia-Herzegovina declared its independence from Yugoslavia. Over the next several years, Bosnian Serb forces, with the backing of the Serb-dominated Yugoslav army, targeted both Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim) and Croatian civilians for atrocious crimes resulting in the deaths of some 100,000 people (80 percent Bosniak) by 1995. It was the worst act of genocide since the Nazi regime’s destruction of some 6 million European Jews during World War II. 100,000 isn't a few thousand. Those couldn't all have been terrorists. If you and your people criticize American intervention in the Middle East, you're completely unjustified in doing so. >inb4 'the Holocaust didn't happen' memes
Syria was a great fucking place because everybody felt like Syrians. Jews, Muslims, Bedouins, Kurds, Arabs, Christians, Alawaites, Turks, Sunni, Shia, Palestinians, etc. etc. etc. They all got along, some families even had multiple religions and it was an extremely solid society because Assad kept them all equally under control.
It was Western governments (pushed by corporates) that led to this.
>>53983792 I believe people are innocent until proven guilty. Germany should take all the refugees that Hungary and co. don't take in. >>53983800 Peoples who start wars of aggression deserve to pay for generations. See: Germany. See: Serbia.
>>53983878 your believes are of little concern to the people in charge of wars in America. Your little drone assassin project sports a nice rate of 5-10 unrelated kills for every target they succesfully hit. They are all labeled Enemies Killed In Action, for nothing more than being nearby when the attack happens.
>>53983737 >Since September 10, a vessel named "Yauza" has been making its way from Severomorsk, Russia, to the Turkish Straits, presumably headed for the Black Sea. The day before getting underway, the vessel was at a Severomorsk weapons handling facility (home of the 571st Technical Missile Base), where it was located between 0946 UTC on September 9 and 0456 UTC on September 10. What activity was conducted there is a mystery. >Given the name and departure port, this appears to be the Northern Fleet cargo and personnel vessel "Yauza". If true, its apparent voyage to the Black Sea would be unusual and could be related to the ongoing transfer of Russian military personnel and materiel to Syria.
>>53983951 >>53983966 Why do Euros and South Africans think every American supports the actions of the American government? I'm a registered Democrat. I'm voting for Bernie Sanders. I support gun legislation, immigration, and a noninterventionist foreign policy. I don't want to suffer because of what my country did in Vietnam, but I think it was wrong. >>53983991 Right.
>>53984045 Obama is a democrat. He came into office with great promises of change, and now he is the enabler of SJW, the bringer of racewar and has bombed 3 more countries during his time than Bush before him. Oddly enough, all countries fit perfectly into the leaked US plans for destabilizing the Middle East. I think he hasn't even managed to close guantanamo?
Don't think it will be different under Bernie. If anything, he will need to fuck over more regions in order to promote US economy and fuel his sudo communism
>>53984220 Oo, nuclear command. I wonder what they are moving that they can't transport overland or by plane? What could be so dangerous they need to send it by boat to station at Crimea on the European frontline?
>>53984371 Bernie's foreign policy is the place where I have a problem with him. I think you're basically right. All the same, domestically, I support a movement towards explicit democratic socialism in America.
http://france.usembassy.gov/event100106.html Embassy Paris explains diversity outreach efforts to U.S. university students on a “European Identity” tour
On January 6, Political Officer and Cultural Affairs Officer explained Embassy diversity outreach efforts to a group of fifty university students from various U.S. universities. The students, coming through a Syracuse University program about the “European Identity,” were visiting France, Germany and the Netherlands to study the integration of immigrants from Arab and Turkish descents in Europe. The conversation focused on immigrants’ integration in Europe and the efforts that the French Government as well as the U.S. Embassy in Paris were leading to ensure the best integration possible.
If you shill for the US, EU or NATO on /pol/, you're a CIA shill, period.
The best collective term for anti-whites from the anglosphere is ''anglo-zionist'', as it includes people of anglo-saxon (english) descent, while primarily being associated with americans despite non anglo-saxon ancestry, aswell as zionists which include non anglo-saxon whites aswell as jews.
>>53984355 Nor can ISIS afford to relocate much manpower to Iraq. They're getting hit from almost all directions in Syria. My guess is that the civilian population in Mosul will revolt after Hawija falls and the Syria-Iraqi border is secured. Keeping order in a city with a population of 1.5 million with a force of a few thousand is just not possible. You can behead people until the sun goes down, there will still be 1.4 million people left who will be crying for blood.
No, ISIS will try to keep their Turkish border open since without it they will be completely surrounded and cut off from the world and no more foreign fighters can get in.
The end of Big Daddy and his gang of butchers draws near.
>>53982684 Western multiculturalist ideology and theory is different from practical reality. Enforcing demographic and cultural change through migration, affecting sometimes an entire third of the entire population, in less than a few decades, has nothing in common with many different peoples living in the same rough geographic location.
The middle east would be largely peaceful if it wasn't for: 1. Saudi arabian wahhabi ''ideology export'' 2. Anglo-zionist meddling in middle eatern affairs, whatever shape this may take, including but not limited to invasions and occupations.
>>53984903 The anglo-zionists have no interest ''making its own better'' for the cattle they use as nothing but slaves for producing the goods they need to further their greed and imperialist agenda. Their one and only objective is complete global hegemony, which demands that the white race be exterminated as our lands would be the heart of this new empire they seek to establish.
That's why they don't spend their time ''making it better'' for ''their own''. They instead pour money into propaganda to make people THINK they are making things better for their slaves. Just look at the average americlap on this board. They're constantly talking about how nice lives they're living thanks to liberal democracy and capitalism, failing to realise that metarial wealth and luxuary is harmful to body and soul, these people are unhealthy, insane and childless, and they think they live good lives. It's pathethic.
>>53984903 Just pray that the oil price remains this low for as long as it can. That will force Vlad & friends to invest in other areas.
You see some improvements in last 18 months >Vladivostok free trade port, infrastructure building there >Vostochny Cosmodrome/Space Port >deals anout building nuclear power plants im Egypt, pipeline in Pakistan, China. >new VolksWagen factory, Japanese are investing mutual projects with your car industry
Development of other areas of industry will eventually lead to more revenues and better social services. 2020's will again be the time of comfy gdp growth of approx 5%. Just not on thr wings of oil anymore.
>>53985188 >on behalf of the syrian people You can't be this stupid.
Russia took the first best opportunity when the USA was lax and put their troops into the middle east, making the USA incapable of intervening and securing their interests without committing to a massive escalation of the conflict and breakdown of US-Russian relations.
>>53985494 >That will force Vlad & friends to invest in other areas. Russia greatly decreased it's oil dependence in last 15 years. I don't say it doesn't suffer from low prices. But without diversification that was in last 15 years all could be much worse. You should understand that Russia just can't "Hi world, being oil depended sucks, instead of it we make 10 apple tier companies per year".
>>53985639 I have followed Iran ( through reading ) from just before the Iranian Revolution to sort of nowish. They were a big effing deal b4 the revolution. Since the revolution they have played a slow long game. Today they are stronger than they have been for a long time. But more importantly they have more leverage and more of a free hand in the region. They have armed allies in almost every country with a significant shia minority. It's like wrestling, you may not have your opponent pinned, bt you are working to a position where you cannot be pinned and you can pin or lock at will. Iran is wrestling and making itself comfy. But I don't think they want a happening. Nice slow boil.
Rebels battling the Syrian army and its allies south of Aleppo say they have received new supplies of U.S.-made anti-tank missiles from states that oppose President Bashar al-Assad since a major government offensive began there on Friday.
Rebels from three Free Syrian Army-affiliated groups contacted by Reuters said new supplies had arrived since the start of the attack by the army backed by Iranian fighters and Lebanon's Hezbollah.
But officials from one of the groups said that while new quantities had arrived, the supplies were not enough for the scale of the assault. They declined to be identified due to the sensitivities of the matter. "A few will not do the trick. They need dozens," said one of the officials.
A number of rebel groups vetted by states opposed to Assad have been supplied with weapons via Turkey, part of a program supported by the United States and which has in some cases included military training by the Central Intelligence Agency.
Rami Abdulrahman, director of the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights which monitors the Syrian conflict, said rebels had hit at least 11 army vehicles with guided anti-tank missiles near Aleppo since Friday.
>>53985761 Oh I understand. But you are lucky, there is no need for any industry in Russia to start from scratch, you only have to play a technological catch-up with the West. Getting in new capital from the EU once sanctions arr lifted or stealing tech like China does, no matter.
There is nothing that stops you from having GAZ or Kamaz cars or trucks competing with the worlds best like Volvo, Ford or VW. Or even better, having Ilyushin airplanes of equal quality as Boeing and Airbus.
As I said, that process will start by 2020, but first you need to secure your interests and win in Syria and especially Ukraine. You need a comfy buffer zone before you can develop your country.
>>53984725 >My guess is that the civilian population in Mosul will revolt Why would they? Mosul has always been a Jihadist stronghold even if government forces have tentatively 'controlled' it in the past.
>>53986349 I think the qatari's are mostly shia and traditionally have good relations with iran/persia. I would make friends with fellow shia if I saw saudi invade yemen. I mean who wants that shit? I also think i read somewhere that during the isolation of iran qatar was the only conduit to iran, via the qatari king. I stand under correction, speaking from memory
>>53986659 >Qatar's official state religion is Wahhabi Islam. Most Qatari citizens belong to the strict Salafi sect of Islam. Most Qatari citizens are Sunni Muslims, only between 10–20% of Qatari citizens are Shia Muslims. 2 seconds on google.
>>53986694 In 1969, Iran and Qatar signed a demarcation agreement.
Throughout the Iran–Iraq War (1980–1988), Qatar supported Saddam Hussein's Iraq financially by providing large loans and cash gifts. Iran's claim in May 1989 that one-third of Qatar's North Field gas reservoir lay under Iranian waters apparently was resolved by an agreement to exploit the field jointly.
Qatar has maintained cordial relations with Iran. In 1991, following the end of the Persian Gulf War, former emir of Qatar Hamad bin Khalifa welcomed Iranian participation in Persian Gulf security arrangements, however due to resistance from other Persian Gulf Arab States these never came into fruition. However, Qatar maintains security cooperation with Iran through bilateral ties. Additionally, plans were being formulated in 1992 to pipe water from the Karun River in Iran to Qatar, but after local resistance in Iran this was laid to rest.
The Iranian community in Qatar, although large, is well integrated and has not posed a threat to the regime. As of 2012 relations between the two countries were cordial.
>>53986349 Qatar is in a funny position with regards to the Saudi's, so it might be that they are hedging their bets with Iran to protect from Saudi dominance.
Remember, Qatar is the sponsor of Al Jazeera, Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood. They represent a more populist strain of islamism that the House of Saud is very afraid of. The whole mess in Egypt was basically a tug of war between Qatar and Saudi Arabia (supporting Morsi and Al Sisi respectively).
Religion in Bahrain 2010 (Pew Research)  Muslim
The state religion of Bahrain is Islam and most Bahraini citizens are Muslim. There are no official figures for the proportion of Shia and Sunni among the Muslims of Bahrain, but approximately 65–75% percent of Bahraini Muslims are Shia.
There is a native Christian community in Bahrain. Non-Muslim Bahraini citizens numbered 367,683 per the 2010 census, most of whom are Christians.[note 1] Expatriate Christians make up the majority of Christians in Bahrain, while native Christian Bahrainis (who hold Bahraini citizenship) make up a smaller community. Alees Samaan, the current Bahraini ambassador to the United Kingdom is a native Christian. Bahrain also has a native Jewish community numbering thirty-seven Bahraini citizens. Various sources cite Bahrain's native Jewish community as being from 36 to 50 people, Gudaibiya mosque, in Manama
Due to an influx of immigrants and guest workers from southern Asian countries, such as India, the Philippines and Sri Lanka, the overall percentage of Muslims in the country has declined in recent years. According to the 2001 census, 81.2% of Bahrain's population was Muslim, 10% were Christian, and 9.8% practised Hinduism or other religions. The 2010 census records that the Muslim proportion had fallen to 70.2% (the 2010 census did not differentiate between the non-Muslim religions). Bahrain government officials rejected reports from Bahraini opposition that the administration was trying to alter the country's demographics by naturalizing Sunni Syrians. Baha'is constitute approximately 1% of Bahrain's total population.
Maybe the insignificant, kingdom I was thinking about was Bahrain...
Iran had a historic claim to Bahrain until March 1970 when Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi abandoned the claim as a result of secret Anglo-Iranian negotiations. Following this realignment of policy, the two countries signed a demarcation agreement in 1970.
Following the Iranian Revolution, Bahraini Shia fundamentalists in 1981 orchestrated a failed coup attempt under the auspices of a front organisation, the Islamic Front for the Liberation of Bahrain. The coup would have installed a Shia cleric exiled in Iran, Hujjat al-Islam Hādī al-Mudarrisī, as supreme leader heading a theocratic government. The Bahraini government unofficially regarded the coup as Iran attempting to overthrow their Sunni government. Iran denied all knowledge saying the fundamentalists were inspired by the Iranian revolution but had received no support from Iran. Fearful of a recurrence, the episode caused Bahrain to crack down on its Shia population putting thousands into jail and further souring relations with Shia Iran. Recently[when?] the countries are beginning to enjoy closer relations again and have engaged in many joint economic ventures. Iran has been severely critical of Bahrain hosting the US navy Fifth Fleet within the Persian Gulf.
In August 2015 Bahraini authorities announced arresting of five members of a terrorist group which was linked to at least one bombing attack in Bahrain and was believed to accept aid and training from Lebanese Hezbollah and Iran-based Revolutionary Guards.
>>53986446 You dont understand We are at war with the western world They are already trying hard to replace everything they buy from us with somerthing else to not let our trade flourish(look at our gas trade to europe, tell me its not an all out economic war bordering real clashes) Thus we will never be able to compete with the market that is much bigger than ours in every possible way Only way for us is to destroy the west first and then start to sell our shit to the collapsed mess left at its place, which is presicely what we are working on for past few centuries
>>53987276 I know it as desert and it is better to clear the hot pockets in SAA terrotory and then attack.
I think they will secure this dessert with the help of drones and other aircrafts because boots on the ground in the dessert will be to vunreable. Since you would have a vunreable logistic route and you would have to concentrate your troops in small bases where they are prone to be attacked gueriella style.
I believe that the Kurds will close the gap betwee the Two Kurdisch Fronts so they can close ISIS. This will lead to a reducement of supplies ISIS will get. When this is done they can slowly move up on a large front to reunite Kurdisch People.
>>53976297 >He is the poster that uses the Jersey flag Oh great. If my front door gets kicked in and I get tasered because of you faggots and a case of mistaken identity, I'm going to be more than a little pooper pained.
>>53984805 except that the sunni-shia divide has been strong and been marked by continuous conflict long before the XXth century. Ethnic and religious conflict in the middle east was kind of inevitable after the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
>>53988736 Aren't they not supposed to see it? I thought that was the point of stealth weapons. If they can see it, they wont be worried about it. If they can't see it, they have no reason to be worried. I don't understand your statement. What's it like being a registered foreign agent? Can you ID the FSB agents that follow you from home to work and back again?
>>53984045 Omg do you really think that BernieTheCuck is strong enough to resist the will of the lobbyist and corporate interest of the US? Did you not see how he let the Black Lives Matter movement ravage his rally? Did you not see how he embraced clinton almost openly during the debate? Wake up friend Bernie is a shill he will never get the dem endorsement he just there to give the dems attention from the general public!
>>53981645 >It just says "here's where US bombed the gardening houses". I thought someone knew the story.
>>53981701 >It's a joke, the US claims to bomb ISIS when in fact they created them and is funding and arming them. So it's a russian military officials joke about what the US has been bombing for the past year.
Bomb-destroyed houses spotted in Syrian locality where Russian warplanes not used http://tass.ru/en/world/829582
>>53989588 I remember those girls! They were on twitter, being all all "Hooray! The FSA is here. We have been liberated from the evil Assad regime!" Then not 12 hours later they were all "Oh no, they are rounding up the women! We can't go outside! Someone help us!" And their audience just jeered. I laughed pretty hard then.
>>53987026 Nah, not really. Realize that there is no such thing as the west. There are countries there, but they are not the west. They are merely countries. Some of them don't mind Russia, others are irrationally afraid of you. Look at Latvia. Riga is 50% Russians and the country is deathly afraid of Comrade Yuri mind controlling the lot of htem.
Meanwhile the entire arctic drilling operation is a joint Russo-Norwegian venture, and Norway is a founding member of NATO.
The real problem with EU-Russian relations is that the people who currently rule the EU grew up during the cold war and believe the propaganda. In 20 or so years they will have been retired and new people will have a more non-insane view of Russia.
>>53989185 We used a vanilla Neva AA system. We shot them down because Americans used the same approach vector from the start of the war. They got tips from radio amateurs in Bosnia about the approach of the plane, caught it on radar, fired the missile and switched the radar off until it was time for final 30s of the interception.
A lot of work went into the downing, including lots of math.
>>53981847 >What is Putin thinking when he sends troops to Venezuela? Wanna create a new missile crisis? He's allowed to do that if Venezuela's government allows it. Daily reminder that burger scum still think they're allowed to conquer the world ignoring international laws.
>>53983878 >Peoples who start wars of aggression deserve to pay for generations.
You really wanna take that line, yank?
US invasions: ------------------------- Canada 1775 Tripoli 1805 Canada 1812 Canada 1813 Mexico 1846 Confederate States of America 1861-65 Korea 1871 Hawaii 1893 Puerto Rico 1898 Cuba 1898 the Philippines 1898 China 1900 Haiti 1915 Russia 1918 Greenland 1941 Solomon Islands 1942 North Africa 1942 Italy 1943 Guam 1944 Philippines 1944 Marshall Islands 1944 Western Germany 1944 Occupied France 1944 Occupied Ukraine 1944 Occupied Belgium 1944 Occupied Netherlands 1944 Occupied Luxembourg 1944 Italy 1945 Okinawa 1945 Formosa 1945 Iwo Jima 1945 Vietnam 1945 Burma 1945 North Korea 1950 North Korea 1951 Cuba 1961 Dominican Republic 1965 Grenada 1983 Panama 1989 Iraq 1991 Haiti 1994 Afghanistan 2001 Iraq 2003
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