Archive | June 7th, 2015

Zio-Nazi, Zio-Wahhabi hold secret meetings on Iran


A report has revealed that representatives from Zio-Nazi regime and Zio-Wahhabi family have secretly met five times since the beginning of last year to discuss their positions against Iran.

The five bilateral meetings were held over the last 17 months in India, Italy, and the Czech Republic, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

The outlet cited one participant, Zionist Shimon Shapira, a retired Zio-Nazi general, as saying, “We discovered we have the same problems and same challenges and some of the same answers.”

Also on Thursday, well-known former Zio-Wahhabi and Zio-Nazi officials attended a rare meeting of the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations think tank.

The event saw Zio-Wahhabi Anwar Majed Eshki, a former top adviser to the Zio-Wahhabi regime and Zio-Wahhabi Dore Gold joining former Zio-Nazi ambassador close to Naziyahu.

Riyadh and Tel Aviv both oppose, what they call, the expansion of Iran’s regional influence and have not refused in the past to show fierce opposition to the potential of a final agreement between world powers and Tehran on the Islamic Republic‘s peaceful nuclear energy program.

The two sides also share alliance with the United States and opposition – emerging in the form of an overt bloody aggression on the part of Riyadh – to the Houthi Ansarullah movement of Yemen.

On May 23, a London-based paper reported that Zio-Nazi had offered to provide the technology used in its Iron Dome missile system against rockets from Yemen, with the proposal being sent via American diplomats during a meeting in the Jordanian capital of Amman.

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Between Spymasters and People, Says Snowden, ‘Power Beginning to Shift’


‘We are witnessing the emergence of a post-terror generation,’ writes the NSA whistleblower, “one that rejects a worldview defined by a singular tragedy.’

Edward Snowden as he first appeared in a video interview with journalists in a Hong Kong hotel room in June of 2013. Despite progress on mass surveillance, he writes on Friday, the private information of the world’s Internet users are “still being intercepted and monitored on a scale unprecedented in history.” (Image: Laura Poitras)

Two years since he met with a trio of journalists in a Hong Kong hotel room and explained for the first time why he leaked some of the NSA’s most closely-guarded secrets about its global surveillance empire, whistleblower Edward Snowden has penned an op-ed for theNew York Times declaring relief that his decision was not in vain and championed those who have picked up the fight against the expansive practices of the world’s most powerful intelligence agencies.

“As a society, we rediscover that the value of a right is not in what it hides, but in what it protects.” —Edward SnowdenThough recognizing that he and the key journalists that assisted him—including Laura Poitras and Glenn Greenwald—put their own “privileged lives at risk” by bringing the documents to the world, Snowden said his initial worries that the world would respond with “indifference, or practiced cynicism” to the information they contained were fortunately not realized.

“Never have I been so grateful to have been so wrong,” Snowden writes. “Two years on, the difference is profound. In a single month, the N.S.A.’s invasive call-tracking program was declared unlawful by the courts and disowned by Congress. After a White House-appointed oversight board investigation found that this program had not stopped a single terrorist attack, even the president who once defended its propriety and criticized its disclosure has now ordered it terminated.”

Earlier this week, thanks to the firestorm created since the public first became aware of its existence, one of the most contested portions of the NSA’s domestic surveillance—the bulk collection of American’s phone records—was put to an end. But for Snowden, the impact and power of what he describes as an “informed public” has—like the NSA operations themselves—had truly global reach.

“Ending the mass surveillance of private phone calls under the Patriot Act is a historic victory for the rights of every [American] citizen,” Snowden writes, “but it is only the latest product of a change in global awareness. Since 2013, institutions across Europe have ruled similar laws and operations illegal and imposed new restrictions on future activities. The United Nations declared mass surveillance an unambiguous violation of human rights. In Latin America, the efforts of citizens in Brazil led to the Marco Civil, an Internet Bill of Rights. Recognizing the critical role of informed citizens in correcting the excesses of government, the Council of Europe called for new laws to protect whistle-blowers.”

But even with that progress, he warns the need for much deeper reform remains. According to Snowden:

Though we have come a long way, the right to privacy — the foundation of the freedoms enshrined in the United States Bill of Rights — remains under threat. Some of the world’s most popular online services have been enlisted as partners in the N.S.A.’s mass surveillance programs, and technology companies are being pressured by governments around the world to work against their customers rather than for them. Billions of cellphone location records are still being intercepted without regard for the guilt or innocence of those affected. We have learned that our government intentionally weakens the fundamental security of the Internet with “back doors” that transform private lives into open books. Metadata revealing the personal associations and interests of ordinary Internet users is still being intercepted and monitored on a scale unprecedented in history: As you read this online, the United States government makes a note.

Despite his continued political asylum status in Russia, where he continues to speak and work on issues related to digital privacy and civil liberties, Snowden argues that the people of the world have made a collective declaration against the need for mass surveillance and the various tangled programs operated by the NSA, the UK’s GCHQ, and the other powerful agencies of  the ‘Five Eyes’ nations and others.

“Yet the balance of power is beginning to shift,” he concludes. “We are witnessing the emergence of a post-terror generation, one that rejects a worldview defined by a singular tragedy. For the first time since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, we see the outline of a politics that turns away from reaction and fear in favor of resilience and reason. With each court victory, with every change in the law, we demonstrate facts are more convincing than fear. As a society, we rediscover that the value of a right is not in what it hides, but in what it protects.”

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Iraqi People Caught in the Indiscriminate Fire of Terrorists


Child refugees in a camp near Irbil last year.  “As it stands now,” laments Khammas, “the Iraqi people are caught between the barbarity of ISIS, the barbarity of Iranian-backed militias, indiscriminate air strikes that kill civilians, and an Iraqi military that is not interested in fighting.”(Photograph: Uncredited/AP)

The situation of Iraqi refugees, both those who have fled to other countries and those internally displaced, is disastrous. The UN High Commissioner for Refugees, António Guterres, said that there are 15 million refugees in Iraq and Syria living in unimaginable conditions. Refugees lack the most basic necessities such as food, water, and shelter. They are constantly subjected to humiliating treatment by security forces, including bribes and beatings. The situation is the worst for the most vulnerable: children, the elderly, and people with special needs.

A Human Rights Watch report in mid-May stated that 3.7 million Iraqis have been internally displaced in the last decade. UNICEF described the situation as catastrophic. According to the United Nations Organization, 8 million Iraqis are in need of urgent humanitarian aid, including about 3 million people who have fled their homes since the beginning of June 2014, while ISIS launched a large-scale attack and has managed to seize large areas in both Iraq and Syria.

“We need to take care of the millions of refugees creating since the 2003 invasion of Iraq, putting responsibility squarely on those countries that participated in the invasion that opened the doors to the present crisis.”

Since mid-May, the situation has been exacerbated by the ISIS takeover of Ramadi. The flow of refugees out of Ramadi, located in the Anbar province of Iraq, has created a severe crisis, especially after Baghdad and the region of Kurdistan refused to accept those displaced by the ongoing violence. State police and army forces have blocked refugees from crossing the Bzebiz Bridge between Anbar province and Baghdad, and as a result, thousands of families have been trapped in the desert under the scorching sun, where the temperature reaches extreme levels in May. Refugees could not return to Ramadi after the city was captured by ISIS and continuously bombed by the US-led coalition against ISIS. Local television stations, UN organizations, and international media have reported heartbreaking stories of parents who have lost their children, children desperately looking for their parents, and mothers crying hysterically over their broken families. One tragic story recounts a father holding the dead body of his two-year-old son, refusing to bury him. In a similar story reported by Human Rights Watch, a father drowned himself in the river after throwing his two sons, ages five and six, into the river. This story is reminiscent of the tragedy of Muhammad al-Durrah, a child who was killed in his father’s lap during Israeli strikes on Gaza in 2000.

The UNHCR reported on May 26 that Iraqi civilians fleeing violence in Ramadi face numerous roadblocks on their path to safety, including dwindling resources, checkpoints, entry restrictions and security procedures. More than 40,000 residents of the Anbar province are now stranded in Amiriyat al-Fallujah, the entry point to the Bzebiz Bridge, after officials have inexplicably restricted access to crossing the bridge. Due to excruciating weather conditions, the lack of sufficient shelters, supplies, and medical assistance on either side of the Bzebiz Bridge has led many refugees to lose their lives while attempting to seek safety. In the town of Niba’i, south of Salah Addeen, 900 families were forcefully displaced by the PMUs (Popular Mobilization Units), Shiite forces that are meant to combat ISIS. Eyewitnesses detail accounts of houses, properties, field animals, and agricultural tools being looted by soldiers and militia men. Similarly, families in the governorate of Diyala are waiting on Kurdistan borders, facing even more difficulties.

Ramadi was captured by ISIS forces in May after the Iraqi Army and police forces (24,000 policemen) deserted their locations, leaving behind a huge stockpile of weapons and ammunition. This not only left a power vacuum for ISIS to enter and acquire these abandoned weapons, but it also left behind shocked civilians watching the armed forces abandoning their own citizens instead of fighting to defend them. The similarity between this scenario and what had happened in Mosul in June 2014 is glaring. Moreover, civilians are caught in the crossfire between ISIS and the sectarian militias of the PMUs. Each party accuses civilians of allying with its opponent. Estimates are that at least 500 civilians and Iraqi soldiers were killed during military confrontations in Ramadi on May 16-17 alone.The number of displaced persons in the city of Ramadi has increased to 200,000, according to many human rights organizations and officials. Human Rights Watch stated that “Iraqi authorities are preventing thousands of families fleeing the fighting in Ramadi from reaching safer parts of the country. The government of Iraq has primary responsibility for protecting internally displaced people and should allow those fleeing danger in their hometown to easily enter safer areas.”

Different sources identify different causes to this repeated pattern of premature military retreat. The Ministry of Defense blames it on erroneous decisions by field commanders; Prime Minister Abadi ordered that those responsible be tried in a military court. Analysts point to the military ferociousness of ISIS, including the use of car bombs and suicide bombers at military sites. Many others, including the head of the governing council of Anbar, Sabah Kerhut, accuse the army of cowardice.

Although the US and the Shiite PMUs are politically opposed to each other, they both agree that the Iraqi army is not performing adequately. US Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter argued that Iraqi forces “lack the will to fight.” Carter further recommended that Sunni governorates, tribes and the Peshmerga (Kurds) be armed to fight terrorism. Meanwhile John Allen, the commander of the Global Coalition to Counter ISIL in Iraq, accused the Abadi government of lacking control over ground forces, in reference to the atrocities committed by militias who are supposed to fight ISIS, not hurt citizens. Furthermore, Iran practically commands the ongoing military operations. In fact, in the battle of Ramadi a third high ranking commander in the Iranian Revolutionary Guard was killed, Jassim Nuri. The other two, Ridha Husseini and Hamid Taqawi, were killed in Samara.

Two spokesmen for the PMUs, Karim al-Nuri and Ahmed al-Assadi, have confirmed the participation of the Iranian militias in the fighting. Both joined Defense Secretary Carter in criticizing the Iraqi army’s lack of morale. They also bragged about their men’s ruthlessness, citing their performance in governorates such as Diyala and Salah- Addeen, where many crimes were committed. Some analysts conclude that the retreat of state-led armies is an indirect invitation for the Iran-led PMUs to wage sectarian war in Sunni districts. Indeed, with green light from the Iraqi and the US governments, on May 26 the PMUs have started their attack on Ramadi from 3 different fronts accompanied by the Iraqi armed forces and covered by the global allied bombing.

The “Labaik Ya Hussein” operation, later renamed “Labaik Ya Iraq (We Are At Your Service, Iraq)”, has been a bone-breaking battle for both sides. The government is worried about Baghdad, which lies 100 kilometers to the east. While the siege of Ramadi continues, ISIS has been waging heavy bombing on the strategic Habbaniya military airbase, killing dozens. Well-planned operations are taking place in the Aljizeera area, a strategic triangle between Andar, Salah Addeen and Nineveh governorates, to cut off supplies from Ramadi. Several villages and towns in Aljizeera have experienced an onslaught of  fighting, destruction and displacement from all sides. The number of casualties differs according to the source, but they are in hundreds.

One of the most tragic cultural crimes is the destruction of the Assyrian archaeological site known as Al-Shirqat citadel, which goes back to 3000 BC and is registered by UNESCO as a world heritage site. The stone gates were said to be destroyed by ISIS with huge quantities of explosives. The UN called it a war crime against Iraqi culture. IS had already destroyed the ancient city of Nimrud three months ago.

The portrayal of the conflict in the mainstream Western media contributes to the lack of understanding about how dire the situation is. The media hails the war against terrorism as a war that will bring civilization to primitive Islamic terrorism. The news does not elaborate on individual stories or tragedies, but rather just includes generic pictures of military tanks driving through dusty streets, while news anchors say a few words about a war to liberate Iraq from Islamic terrorists. Viewers are not made aware of the impact on children, families, and the refugee crisis.

Meanwhile, a barrage of horrific videos has flooded the Internet and various social media sites, showing Shiite militia men and Iraqi army officials in criminal situations. These men participate in incidents of killing, beheading, stabbing, slaughtering, hanging or beating to death some unarmed men, single or in groups, in broad daylight. Other videos show military men and militias looting houses and shops, burning them, or transporting piles of dead bodies. Throughout these violent occurrences, voices are clearly heard using vulgar curses against Sunnis. These videos also show multiple Iraqi villages and towns completely abandoned — places that were supposed to be “liberated” by the Iraqi Army and the Western coalition to fight terrorism. One such video shows a terrified 10-year-old boy, sitting on the ground, surrounded by several Iraqi soldiers who brutally abuse him. Shortly after, some shots are heard and the boy lies dead on the ground.

These horrible acts are not published on IS websites, or any other group opposed to the Iraqi government. In fact they are published on websites connected to the Iraqi Army and the sectarian militias who brag about committing them, forces that have been trained, funded, and armed by the US, the Iraqi government, and Iran. According to Human Rights Watch:

Over the past year, as the U.S. continued to ship military aid to Baghdad, Human Rights Watch documented unspeakable abuses by forces loyal to the Maliki government: indiscriminate air strikes that killed hundreds or even thousands of civilians in Sunni areas; torture and extrajudicial killings in prisons; a justice system that seemed exponentially more abusive than just; and, most recently, Maliki’s incorporation of Shia militia into the government’s security forces to the extent that the two are now effectively indistinguishable.

The question remains: why do the US and other world powers insist on solving the problem by sending more weapons, after it has been proven repeatedly that this is not a solution? Why not seek a political solution through talks? For as it stands now, the Iraqi people are caught between the barbarity of ISIS, the barbarity of Iranian-backed militias, indiscriminate air strikes that kill civilians, and an Iraqi military that is not interested in fighting.

We need to take care of the millions of refugees creating since the 2003 invasion of Iraq, putting responsibility squarely on those countries that participated in the invasion that opened the doors to the present crisis. And we urgently need to find a political solution that will stop the bloodletting that has so devastated Iraq.

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20 Million People in Grave Danger As Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis Deepens


After months of US/Saudi military assault, almost 80 percent of population in desperate need of medical, food, and water aid

 Children fetching water  in Yemen's capital Sana'a. (Photo: UNICEF/Yasin)

 Children fetching water  in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. (Photo: UNICEF/Yasin)

More than two months of a brutal Saudi Arabia-led military assault and siege on Yemen has sown a humanitarian crisis that now engulfs the vast majority of the country’s people, with U.S.-backed naval blockades cutting off most aid shipments, even as 20 million Yemenis—80 percent of the population—are in dire need of medical, food, and water assistance, according to United Nations figures.

The UN’s grave assessment will be formally released next week, according to The Guardian. At a press conference on Friday in Geneva, representatives of the global body said that more than 2,288 have been killed, nearly 10,000 wounded, and more than one million displaced since the beginning of the Saudi coalition military assault, in which the United States is a key participant.

“Half of the new displacement—more than half a million people—has occurred in three governorates alone: Hajjah, Ad Dhale’e and Ibb,” said Jens Laerke, spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. “The number of displaced is expected to increase further over the coming weeks if the conflict continues.”

In what aid group Doctors Without Borders describes as indiscriminate airstrikes,” the Saudi coalition has bombed schools, refugee camps, residential neighborhoods, humanitarian aid warehouses, and other civilian infrastructure. The organization warned on Twitter:The naval siege is also blocking shipments of oil and gas, leading to shortages that are disrupting electricity and forcing the closure of hospitals, schools, and water pumps. People living in areas heavily impacted by the Saudi coalition air bombardments, as well as on-the-ground clashes, are in the position of having to find a way to obtain food and water amidst the fighting.

Patients with non-communicable chronic diseases have complications &can die as they are unable to access the health structures.

Last week, the humanitarian organization Oxfam warned that at least 16 million people in the country are without access to clean drinking water and “Yemen’s hospitals are in no condition to adequately cope with an outbreak of a water-borne disease.”As they have since the Saudi-led assault began, Yemenis have turned to social media to document the impact of the war and call for an end to the fighting:

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Zio-Wahhabi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report

Saudi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report
Zio-Wahhabi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report
Zio-Wahhabi warplanes targeted residential buildings in Sa’ada and Sana’a, killing tens of civilians, including children.

The relentless Zio-Wahhabi strikes prevented any rescue operation.

Zio-Wahhabi bombing of Yemen in the last 72 days has so far claimed the lives of more than 4,229 civilians, mostly women and children.

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WEST vs ISIS WAR is Real? Buy Dabiq in Amazon for Free Delivery

WEST vs ISIS WAR is Real? Buy Dabiq in Amazon with free delivery
WEST vs ISIS WAR is Real? Buy Dabiq in Amazon with free delivery
Copies of Zio-Wahhabi “Islamic State’s” English-language propaganda magazine were listed for sale on Amazon’s UK website for almost two weeks with free delivery and even a gift-wrapping service.

Copies of Dabiq, the terror group’s official publication released online, could be bought for up to £27 and the author was listed as Al-Hayat Media Center – also the name of ISIS’ media arm.

Previous issues of the magazine have justified the kidnapping and rape of slave girls and battlefield guidance to commanders, and included articles supposedly written by British hostage John Cantlie.

The listings for the paperback copies describe Dabiq as a periodical focussing on issues including “jihad” (holy war) as well as ‘photo reports, current events and informative articles on matters related to the Islamic State’.

The seller was listed as CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, an Amazon company which allows people to create, publish and distribute books for free.

The listings were tonight removed from the website, although it is not known whether this was done by the seller or by Amazon.

The BBC reported that Dabiq was also being sold on Amazon sites in the US, France, Germany, Italy and Spain.


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We Don’t Accept Additional Protocol with General Access

Deputy of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi
Deputy of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi
Deputy of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi in an exclusive interview with Al-Alam News Network said that the protocol is not a general license, and they (IAEA’s exports)can’t go anywhere at any time in the sites of our country.

Although there is general access in the Additional Protocol, there is no reference to military sites, Kamalvandi added.

If access to non-nuclear sites is not possible, sampling of neighboring areas can take place, Kamalvandi described.

Deputy of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi

He stressed that in Additional Protocol the subject of interview with scientists is not included and the first step of IAEA should be certification and accreditation of document and if the documents are fake, IAEA should not give permission (to foreign experts to inspect).

Deputy of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi stressed that in Parchin (the experts of IAEA) twice in 11 or 12 times did sampling.

He stressed that we don’t accept Additional Protocol to permit general access to our sites.

Kamalvandi said Iran is ready to to access (IAEA) for expecting Marivan’s site, providing the claimed points should be specified.


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New Details of Zio-Wahhabi Zionist Secret and Public Ties

Saudi Secret Ties With Zionist Exit Behind the Curtain
Zio-Wahhabi Secret Ties With Zionist Exit Behind the Curtain
Expected next Zionists foreign minister have a hot meeting by representative of Zio-Wahhabi regime at Washington.

An extremely unusual public meeting of high-ranking Zio-Nazi and Zio-Wahhabi officials took place in Washington on Thursday, when the incoming director-general of the Zio-Nazi Foreign Ministry shared a stage — and shook hands — with Zio-Wahhabii general who is a former top adviser to the Zio-Wahhabi regime.

It is not secret that the newly appointed director of Zio-Nazi foreign ministry, Zionist Dore Gold, met Thursday in Washington with high-level Zio-Wahhabi representatives. On the agenda: the impending agreement between world powers and Iran about its nuclear program, I24news reports.

Zionist Anvar Ashki, 72, has assumed various posts in the Zio-Wahhabi and is currently the director of the Strategic Research Center in Jeddah. He is closely connected to the royal family. He is a proponent of the 2002 Zio-Wahhabi ‘Peace’ Initiative. That proposal would see normalization of ties between Zio-Nazi regime and Arab Zionist League members.

In their back-to-back addresses to the Washington-based Council on Foreign Relations think tank, Zionist Dore Gold and Zionist Anwar Eshki both espoused Zio-Nazi-Zio-Wahhabi ‘peace’ and identified Iran as the chief threat to regional stability.

Zionist Eshki spoke at length of Iran’s hostile and aggressive actions in the region and signalled that ‘peace’ with ‘Israel’, based on the Zio-Wahhabi-led Arab ‘Peace’ Initiative, was a top priority. He also spoke of the need for a joint Arab military force to increase regional stability.

This is when Zio-Nazi regime besieged Gaza and its action to expand occupied settlement are faced with international opposition and Zio-Wahhabi entered in 3rd month of continuously Wahhabi Holocaust in Yemen.

Zionist Gold, the current head of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs think tank, is expected to be confirmed as the Foreign Ministry chief in the coming days. He too spoke of the challenge posed to the Middle East by Iran, and warned of a weak nuclear accord with Tehran which would leave the Iran as a nuclear threshold state.

Bloomberg News reported that the two side, longtime foes with no diplomatic relations( not in public but very serious in secret), have held five clandestine meetings over the past 17 months on the threat posed by Iran. Long-rumored back-channel talks between Tel Aviv and Riyadh have never been officially confirmed.

Zionist Shimon Shapira, described by Bloomberg as an expert on Lebanese Hezbollah who took part in the meetings, said: “We discovered we have the same problems and same challenges and some of the same answers.”

While Zionist Gold and Zionist Eshki expressed hope that 2 sides could find common ground in the face of regional challenges.


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الجيش السوري يستهدف مواقع المسلحين بريف دمشقAL-HASAKA:  Remember all the hype in the Western Lie-Machine about how Al-Hasaka was going to fall to ISIS?  Remember the trolls?  Well, it just doesn’t seem to be going the way everybody in the West wanted.  I guess the combination of a superior Syrian Army, Popular Defense Committees, local tribal units loyal to the Syrian flag and the PKK were too much for the Saudi-funded savages in ISIS.

Main Electricity Conversion Station:  The SAA has confirmed total eradication of all terrorist rodents here.  The station will be operational within 48 hours despite the meager efforts of the ape-rodents to sabotage it.


sana-army-11Juvenile Detention Center:  This unfinished building was meant to house young misdemeanants – not to house Saudi-financed criminal cannibals.  In any case, the issue is now quite moot.  The SAA has tossed out the last shaggy blood-sucking Wahhabist felon killing a reported 18 and wounding scores in the process.

Al-Sikmaan Village in the northeast of the province:   26 ISIS rodents wiped out by the SAA and allies here as they tried to move in to occupy it.  Numerous vehicles provided by the Turks and the former Iraqi army, including Humvees, were turned into scrap metal by SAA Kornets.  A reported 4 pickups with 23mm cannons were also destroyed.  All rodents were non-Syrian.


الجيش: عملياتنا مستمرة بالتعاون مع حزب الله حتى السيطرة على كامل جرود  القلمونAl-Watwaatiyya Village:  A watwaat is a “bat”, as in vampire bat.  Last night the SAA ambushed a convoy of ISIS vultures forcing it to break up and head for the proverbial hills.  The village is now completely under the control of the SAA.  Night-flying SAAF bombers harried them all the way to the Iraqi border.  No other details.

Al-‘Aaliya Village: Completely liberated.

Al-Mashtal Al-Ziraa’iy:  A mashtal is an arboretum or nursery for plants.  This is an agricultural nursery where ISIS rodents were spotted by locals skulking around the area.  A simple call to the nearby police station led to the SAA arriving to drive away the offending plague-carrying rats.  No other details.

Not to be outdone by anyone, the newly resupplied and retooled Syrian Air Force struck hard at ISIS at the following locations causing the rat-infested group to flee for cover, denying these vermin the ability to carry out operations against the people of Syria:

Jabal Qulay’ah

Al-Masoon Village

Tal Baarood Village

Umm Madfa’ Village

Makhroom Village

Tal Fawwaaz Village

Mishraafaa Village

We can confirm MoD reports that numerous vehicles including pickups with 23mm cannons were vaporized by the SAAF.  It is hard to get assessments of fatalities among the rodents from the air.





349Khaan Al-Shaykh Farms:  6 CHECHENS AND 3 SAUDI SLUGS KILLED BY THE SYRIAN ARMY YESTERDAY.  2 armored vehicles were destroyed, their occupants incinerated like chickens at the local KFC:

Abu Al-Tayyib Al-Sa’oodi (SAUDI WORM SLIME AND PIG ACNE. Id pending)

Ma’an Al-Muhaajir (SAUDI SCARABIAN PIMP. Id pending)

Naassir Al-‘Eesaa 

The Chechens were identified by their passports.  No other details.

Bayt Jinn:   MI monitored communications from a Nusra commander by the name of Abu Jaleel Al-Hawraani.  He was pleading for reinforcements as the SAA tightened the noose around his rodent neck.  A large battle ensued and all 27 rodents were either killed or taken prisoner:

Safwaan Ghannooj

Muhammad Shaaher Al-Qasaba

No other names were sent


سلاح الجو السوري يستهدف مواقع الإرهابيين في حرستا وجوبر بريف دمشقAl-Maqroosa Village:  Nusra took a hit here.  Many weapons and boxes of ammo were seized for distribution to the PDC.

Harastaa:  SAAF struck several pockets of rodents with numerous sorties.  2 cannons were destroyed.

Zamalkaa:  More SAAF assaults on rodent packs.  2 nests confirmed destroyed.  No assessments.


Obama ‘dishonest’ broker in ‘Israeli’-Palestinian conflict ” VIDEO”

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PressTV-Obama supports Israel in ‘every occasion’

Obama said Israel is losing “credibility” among the international community.

US President Barack Obama is a “dishonest” broker in the conflict between Palestinians and Israel and has continuously supported the Zionist regime at the United Nations, says a journalist in Birmingham, UK.

“In every occasion where the Israelis commit the crimes against the Palestinians, it is Obama and the United Nations who actually support the Israelis and give them cover in the international community,” Sammi Ibrahem told Press TV on Wednesday.

Despite Obama’s periodic criticism of Israeli policies against the Palestinians, he has emphasized that Washington will always support Israel, said Ibrahem, an editor at SHOAH, a website advocating for the human rights of the Palestinians and challenging the policies of the illegal Zionist regime.

Ibrahem said Obama’s recent interview with Israeli television criticizing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s stance against the Palestinians was not sincere and will not end the human rights violations of Palestinians by Tel Aviv.

In an interview with Israel’s Channel Two television broadcast on Tuesday, Obama said Israel is losing “credibility” among the international community over Netanyahu’s opposition to the creation of a Palestinian state.

The US president acknowledged that a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians in unlikely in the near future due to Netanyahu’s policies.

“I don’t see the likelihood of a framework agreement,” Obama said, adding that Netanyahu’s position “has so many caveats, so many conditions that it is not realistic to think that those conditions would be met at any time in the near future.”

“So the danger is that Israel as a whole loses credibility. Already, the international community does not believe that Israel is serious about a two-state solution,” Obama said.

On the eve of his March 17 election to a fourth term, Netanyahu said there would be no Palestinian state if he was reelected as prime minister.

Netanyahu has attempted to back-pedal from those remarks but his peace overtures have met with skepticism from Obama and Western diplomats, as well as the Palestinians.

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