Levant crisis - III

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Austin » 19 Apr 2016 17:27

Meanwhile Albright says Russia is just Bangladesh with nuclear weapons :lol:


Albright called Russia "Bangladesh, only with nuclear weapons"

http://ria.ru/world/20160419/1415104937.html

MOSCOW, April 19 -. RIA Novosti Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in an interview with Die Presse said that Russia is constantly provoking other countries, and then presents himself insulted.

"I'm fed up with the fact that Moscow's actions are constantly looking for an excuse," - she said.

According to Albright, Russia launched an operation in Syria, only to distract world public opinion from the Ukraine and to strengthen its influence in the Middle East.

Putin at the hands of bad cards, but he plays them quite correctly, says former US Secretary of State. At the same time the actions the president of Russia is trying to discredit and split the European Union, and to expel NATO from the zone of influence, said Madeleine Albright.

As Albright says Putin supports nationalism in the country in order to hide the fact that Russia - in fact "only Bangladesh's nuclear arsenal."

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Austin » 19 Apr 2016 17:29

I am not sure if Bangladesh will like getting compared that way , She could have just said Somalia or Libya with Nuclear Weapons :rotfl:

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Postby Singha » 19 Apr 2016 18:45

irani technical with gatling gun

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team of 10 FSA fighters in Homs training on chinese Fn6 manpad

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby UlanBatori » 19 Apr 2016 20:55

Those privileged to be her subordinates at the State Department called her
The Rock - Only Stupider.

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Postby Singha » 19 Apr 2016 21:36

Aoa takbeer

Russia’s strategic bomber, the Tupolev Tu-160, is to be rejuvenated. After a 24-year break, production of a modernised version of the Tu-160 is due to begin. From 2023, Moscow wants to acquire 50 units. At present that is all we know. This is almost a return to its origins because the Tu-160’s history dates back to the Cold War. Developed during the 70’s, the Russian bomber entered service in 1987, with 36 units being built up to 1992.

Since it resembled the bird, and its colour, the Russians nicknamed it the "White Swan" (NATO’s code name is "Blackjack"). The Tu-160 is the world’s biggest supersonic bomber, capable of attaining 1,100 mph (1,800 km/h). Its main visible features, are the variable geometry wings that allow it to optimise its flight performance, giving it a wingspan of between 115 feet and 180 feet (35 m - 55 m).

For performing long missions, up to 7,400 miles (12,000 km) range without refuelling, the Tu-160’s four onboard occupants are provided with a galley and sleeping quarters. Finally, the bomber, has two ventral bomb bays able to accommodate 88,000 lbs (40 metric tons) of weaponry, such as 12 long-range cruise missiles.

At present, sixteen Tu-160’s are still in service with the Russian air force.


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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 09:52

Shia paramils terrorising sunni civilians near their frontline with free food and water

https://twitter.com/IraqiSecurity/statu ... 9494550528

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Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 09:54

attack on fallujah is imminent, prep is nearing completion.
4 x Frogfoots newly delivered to IraqAF to join those already in service

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Reports that #Iraq's Air Force obliterated a Da'ish weapons depot in Rutbah, western Anbar. Massive blasts reported.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 09:59

giant jund al aqsa vbied in ghab plain hidden under a UN tarpaulin

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Austin » 20 Apr 2016 12:28

ISIS militants in northern Iraq with the help of one of the previously captured ATGM Kornet-E shot down a Turkish tank M60T Sabra.


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Postby Philip » 20 Apr 2016 14:04

Amazing statement from "mad-Bbright",showing that her nickname is well deserved. Imagine that little "Bangladesh" (with N-weapons) could tame the horrendous ISIS,plus Syrian rebels backed by the West and the Saudi-Sunni-Ottoman consortium without resorting to its N-arsenal.What a giant killer this little nation run by Putin must be! Ignoramuses and cretins like MadBright should be put to pasture.This mad cow needs to chew the cud and fart contentedly in some rural pension paradise...Bangladesh perhaps? :rotfl:

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 15:04

Dr Shahid ‏@Dr_Shahid 6h6 hours ago
‘Groups [Ahrar Al-Sham and Jaysh al-Islam] sabotaging Syrian truce should be put on UN terrorist list’ – Lavrov

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 15:04

remnants of tiger force in palmyra slowly clearing some rugged mountains north of the city

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Re: Levant crisis - III

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby deejay » 20 Apr 2016 16:18

This is for the Yak Herder from Leith Fadel :mrgreen: :

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 20 Apr 2016 17:33

Moments ago, it was revealed to al-Masdar News that Major General Suheil al-Hassan (nicknamed the Tiger) has been redeployed to the Palmyra frontline. This news comes as the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has made fresh gains north of Palmyra in the past 24 hours, thus capturing the al-Mazar Mountains and the Brigade 550 Army Base. However, ISIS simultaneously conducted a major offensive inside Deir Ezzor city which had their fighters wrestle the al-Sina’ah district and Industrial Center from government troops. With the majority of the Tiger Forces still stationed at the Palmyra frontline, these elite Syrian soldiers are expected to strike eastwards along the M7-Highway and eventually break the ISIS-imposed siege on the provincial capital of Deir Ezzor. Meanwhile, as ISIS commanders are well aware of the upcoming government offensive towards Deir Ezzor, they now have every incentive to launch assaults on Deir Ezzor city. More specifically, they are expected to target the Deir Ezzor Airbase which represents a vital logistical lifeline for entrenched government troops in the city. Nevertheless, the redeployment of the Tiger General also spells the temporal abandonment of the Aleppo city offensive which seemed to lack sufficient support of Russian Air Force. Meanwhile, new morning reports indicate that SAA troops – spearheaded by the Tiger Forces – are making further advances north of Palmyra, thereby striking deep into ISIS territory held by jihadist militants since 2014.

https://www.almasdarnews.com/article/ti ... -priority/ | Al-Masdar News

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Postby UlanBatori » 20 Apr 2016 20:36

Seems like they need to break the Deir ez Zor siege once and for all instead of whizzing around between Palmyra and Latakia and Aleppo - appears to be some serious case of the jitters in Damascus.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby rsingh » 20 Apr 2016 20:53

Austin wrote:Meanwhile Albright says Russia is just Bangladesh with nuclear weapons :lol:


Albright called Russia "Bangladesh, only with nuclear weapons"

http://ria.ru/world/20160419/1415104937.html

MOSCOW, April 19 -. RIA Novosti Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright in an interview with Die Presse said that Russia is constantly provoking other countries, and then presents himself insulted.

"I'm fed up with the fact that Moscow's actions are constantly looking for an excuse," - she said.

According to Albright, Russia launched an operation in Syria, only to distract world public opinion from the Ukraine and to strengthen its influence in the Middle East.


Putin at the hands of bad cards, but he plays them quite correctly, says former US Secretary of State. At the same time the actions the president of Russia is trying to discredit and split the European Union, and to expel NATO from the zone of influence, said Madeleine Albright.

As Albright says Putin supports nationalism in the country in order to hide the fact that Russia - in fact "only Bangladesh's nuclear arsenal."


Comments are more intersting:
- yah and that Bangladesh flies your Astronauts to ISS because you can not.
- Old politicians and prostitutes say such things to get some earnings.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby rsingh » 20 Apr 2016 20:59

Austin wrote:I am not sure if Bangladesh will like getting compared that way , She could have just said Somalia or Libya with Nuclear Weapons :rotfl:


Someone has to pass this to right forum :mrgreen:

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Baikul » 20 Apr 2016 22:43

Austin wrote:Meanwhile Albright says Russia is just Bangladesh with nuclear weapons :lol:


Albright called Russia "Bangladesh, only with nuclear weapons"

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In response the Bangladesh foreign minister compared Madeline Albright to "globally renowned beauty Sushmita Sen, only half as short and with b@lls".

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby TSJones » 20 Apr 2016 23:54

....any nation that harbors organized murderers who slaughter their free speech pamphleteers (internet bloggers) with machetes deserves even uglier comparisons.

....and Russia likes to murder their journalists also.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby UlanBatori » 21 Apr 2016 00:20

TSJi: Bangladesh is Nixon's Pakistani genocidal regime - Green enough for Democrats. IOW, Pakistan minus nuclear weapons. Besides, the Putinistanis have class - no machetes, just plutonium-tipped syringe needles coming out of umbrella tips.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby member_27991 » 21 Apr 2016 03:36

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abu azrael, a iraqi christian with the kataib hizbollah, he is said to go around killing daesh with a sword or modified axe.


The left one very Amla like

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby UlanBatori » 21 Apr 2016 05:37

Maybe it IS Amla, the way he wields the bat sword. :shock: :eek:

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 05:39

Aleppo is a fruitless never ending urban fight with high casualty count. Air power also useless in populated urban area.

Its best they use guest fighters and ndf to hold it there and use all regular formations to march east on many lines

Attack jisr al shugour to keep nusra busy in north

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby UlanBatori » 21 Apr 2016 05:52

Glad they seem to have seen that. Best bet on Aleppo is to stop weapons and ammo delivery to the city.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 08:52

renewed clashes with fatalities between pro-SAA Assyrian christian milita and YPG in Qamishli hasakah NE quadrant
Hassan Ridha ‏@sayed_ridha 42m42 minutes ago
Clashes continue in #Qamishli for the 2nd day between Asayish/HAT vs #NDF/#GPF as truce established by #SAA & #YPG failed to hold

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 08:55

under a peace deal with jaish al islam, IS have abandoned Dumayr...300 fighters sent to raqqa in red crescent buses. they have burned their HQ and blown up their stockpile of explosives.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 08:56

Hassan Ridha ‏@sayed_ridha 19h19 hours ago
#Denmark joins anti-IS campaign in #Syria with 7 F16 fighter jets and a C-130J transport aircraft as well as a 60 man Special Forces unit

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 08:57

the magical ISIS pocket that expanded near israel is going Pfffft again
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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 09:05

saudi SF operators practice stopping a getaway car :rotfl:

The 'Nimr' Tiger ‏@Souria4Syrians Apr 19
No, this isn't a scene from a Bollywood movie. This is Saudi special forces showing you how to stop a vehiclehttps://twitter.com/Souria4Syria ... 9858587649

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 09:15

seems like divergence between iran and russia on course of the war.

russia wants to protect latakia and tartous at all costs and spend rest on fighting the ISIS in the east.

iran and hezbollah are deeply committed to freeing besieged shia population of aleppo and in islanded towns like fuah and kafraya in idlib. they already took the lead in nubl and zahraa lifting the siege. so mainly all their units are in aleppo as also the iraqi and afghani shia volunteers.

reports of suleimani visiting moscow to smooth things and get everyone on same page again.

also russia apparently wants suheil al hassan to take the point on major anti-IS offensives because of trust factor and thats why he keeps getting shunted to every hotspot.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby deejay » 21 Apr 2016 09:36

Thought for the day:

Jackson Diehl ‏@JacksonDiehl now9 hours ago
Turns out the Syrian Opposition Coalition Twitter account was run by a Washington PR firm hired by Saudi Arabia

Michael Ondich ‏@mkondich Jan 10
hmmmm all of these sites with various campaigns calling for western intervention in syria are run by the same person

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/powerpost/wp/2016/04/20/saudi-government-has-vast-network-of-pr-lobby-firms-in-u-s/?postshare=2561461170847996&tid=ss_tw

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Philip » 21 Apr 2016 10:07

Nasty visit for O'Bomber to Soothi Barbaria. Barbarians are fuming at lack of US support for its ME agenda and grandiose ambitions.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world ... 93156.html
Barack Obama urged to rule out trading US cluster bombs for Saudi favour
Exclusive: Rights groups call on president to act on use of controversial munitions during visit to kingdom
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President Obama walks with Saudi King Salman at Erga Palace upon arriving for a summit meeting in Riyadh Reuters
Barack Obama has been urged to use his visit to Saudi Arabia to rule out selling controversial cluster bombs to the kingdom amid mounting evidence they have been used against civilians in Yemen.

The US President’s visit came amid increasing tension between the two allies over America’s ever-closer relationship with Iran, as well as the potential release of documents purportedly linking Saudi officials to the 9/11 terror attacks.

White House officials said Mr Obama and Gulf leaders were set to discuss “deeper cooperation” in the fight against Isis alongside broader talks over ways to “resolve regional conflicts”.

But the President has also come under pressure to use the opportunity to raise a range of issues with the Saudi human rights record – not least its indiscriminate Yemeni bombing campaign.

Speaking to The Independent, representatives for Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and the Campaign Against Arms Trade said it was time for Mr Obama to take a stand over the Saudi-led air strikes which have killed more than 3,200 civilians in little over a year and could amount to war crimes.

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Human Rights Watch says that it has evidence of US-supplied cluster bombs being used at least five times in Yemen (Getty)
Human Rights Watch has repeatedly presented the Pentagon with evidence to suggest US cluster bombs have been used by the Saudi-led coalition since the start of the conflict in Yemen.

The organisation’s Yemen researcher Belkis Wille said she has spent months scrambling through the rubble of civilian buildings destroyed by American- and British-supplied bombs.

“I personally have seen those cluster bombs used in Yemen in unlawful ways, the way you cannot use them [under international law], in or near civilian-populated areas,” she told The Independent.

The US and Saudi Arabia are not signatories of the international treaty banning cluster munitions outright, and a deal to sell a specific type of cluster bomb to Saudi Arabia was given the green light by the US Congress prior to the Yemen crisis.

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State Department officials have previously vowed to put pressure on their Saudi counterparts over “reports of civilian harm” in Yemen, while US laws over cluster munitions exports were made much stricter in 2009.

But rights groups said Mr Obama must show leadership and rule out future deals to trade cluster bombs for the kingdom’s favour.

“Congress has said we cannot sell to countries that use them near civilian-populated areas, and after what we at Human Rights Watch have witnessed in this war it would be unconscionable for the US to sell clusters to Saudi Arabia ever again,” Ms Wille said.

“We are calling for a ban on all cluster bombs in the future, but we also want a complete arms embargo on Saudi, particularly on the side of the US but also on the UK, until it changes its behaviour in the context of this war.

“World leaders like Obama need to play that card,” she said. “Cutting off the tap on this massive flow of arms is what will get the attention of the Saudis and nothing less than that.”

Amnesty International published an open letter ahead of Mr Obama’s visit to Saudi Arabia, part of a world tour including Britain and then Germany, urging the President not to ignore human rights issues during his trip.

10 examples of Saudi Arabia's human rights abuses

And joining the call for action over cluster bombs, Amnesty International UK’s Arms Control Director Oliver Sprague told The Independent: “Selling cluster bombs to Saudi Arabia was always a jaw-droppingly irresponsible thing to do and President Obama should make it clear during the trip that this will end once and for all.

“With US-made cluster munitions killing and mutilating Yemeni countless civilians in the Saudi-led onslaught there, now is the time for the USA to finally agree to ban these appalling weapons.

Mr Sprague said the UK’s “murky” role in the use of Saudi cluster bombs also “needs to be made clear”, after the Ministry of Defence confirmed the British military was “supporting Saudi forces” in Yemen.

“Ministers need to give crystal-clear assurances that no British personnel or British equipment has been in any way involved in Saudi Arabia’s use of these weapons,” he said.

Campaign Against Arms Trade says UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia now amount to £2.8 billion since the bombing of Yemen began in March last year.

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CAAT spokesman Andrew Smith said the reported use of cluster munitions was “another terrible reminder of the devastating impact that the bombing has had on Yemen”.

“Cluster bombs are deadly,” he said. “They are immoral and they kill indiscriminately. Their use underlines the contempt that the Saudi Air Force has for human rights.

“For decades now, successive British and American governments have given an uncritical backing to the Saudi regime. They have been complicit in the repression it uses against its own citizens, as well as the humanitarian catastrophe it has unleashed on Yemen.”

Yemen is currently operating under a ceasefire agreement made on 10 April in Kuwait but, according to Ms Wille, the peace deal has made little difference on the ground.

She said: “I was in Yemen at the time it was announced, and no one had any hope it would make a difference.

“We’ve entered into such a dark place in terms of where the country is going, with the rise of Al-Qaeda and now the new emergence of Islamic State.


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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 11:53

the march to al sukhanah is on..Arak is a rich oil field.

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Postby Singha » 21 Apr 2016 13:04

Haidar Sumeri ‏@IraqiSecurity 12h12 hours ago
Reports that #Russia will soon deliver 20 Mi-28NE attack helicopters to #Iraq. Huge boost to Iraqi capabilities.

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby IndraD » 21 Apr 2016 13:36

TSJones wrote:....any nation that harbors organized murderers who slaughter their free speech pamphleteers (internet bloggers) with machetes deserves even uglier comparisons.

....and Russia likes to murder their journalists also.

but what about countries who maintain illegal prisons where prisoners do not have access to lawyers & HR, no idea of who is detained there, any better sir?

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Manish_P » 21 Apr 2016 15:33

....any nation that harbors organized murderers who slaughter their free speech pamphleteers (internet bloggers) with machetes deserves even uglier comparisons.


But not any nation which supports such activities. The A to Z of American support for democracy

....and Russia likes to murder their journalists also.


Not enough blacks in Russia i suppose

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Re: Levant crisis - III

Postby Yagnasri » 21 Apr 2016 16:30

All most all are same here. But at least in the case of Russia under the present dispensation people are better off than communists or any Khan supported gaga lands like Ukraine.


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