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This is your reminder that the US does not fight ISIS Reader Board owner 12/04/2018 (Tue) 19:32:01 Id: af4db2 [Preview] No. 13367
"DAMASCUS, Syria – The Syrian army has wiped out more than 270 fighters ISIS terrorist fighters in southern As-Suwayda province, said the representative of the Russian troops in Syria, Oleg Makarevich. He said the offensive took place under difficult weather conditions and on very rugged terrain, with deep canyons, caves and vertical slopes."

“The enemy created a multilevel defense, well prepared, full of anti-tank and sniper traps, minefields, and pathways for maneuvers. Throughout the area, the enemy had warehouses with weapons and food,” said Makarevich. According to him, the operation was also hampered by the fact that tank and heavy equipment movement was limited in the area, while the terrorists possessed many grenade launchers, anti-tank missiles and 82mm lance."

"Despite the obstacles, the Syrian military managed to capture many weapons, including 12 American anti-tank missiles, TOW. The Russian military detailed that most of the terrorists had arrived in As-Suwaydad province from the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, Damascus and the Al-Tanf region, controlled by the US-led international coalition."

"Earlier, Syrian government troops reportedly liberated al-Safa hills in As-Suwayda province, 92 kilometers from Damascus, on November 17, taking control of the last bastion that ISIS controlled in the south of the country. According to the Syrian news agency SANA, the leader of ISIS in southern Syria, Hadir al-Shishani, was killed during the offensive. Military expert Viktor Murakhovsky explained the significance of the fighting in As-Suwayda and the importance of that victory."

“The fighters arrived on the As-Suwayda plateau were not only from the US-controlled Al-Tanf region, but also from the eastern bank of the Euphrates River as well as from the regions near the border with Iraq. The creating of a major Daesh [ISIS] center in As-Suwayda failed thanks to the efforts of the Russian Aerospace Force and Syrian government troops,” he said.

"According to him, the fact that the US sponsor terrorists in Syria has not been a secret for a long time. In As-Suwayda, another proof of this patronage was obtained: along with the combatants, the Syrian Army found US-made TOW anti-tank missiles. The Americans allegedly supplied these missiles to the moderate Syrian opposition, but we see once again that this “moderate opposition” was after all "radical Islamists", the analyst said." - Paul Antonopoulos of Fort Russ reports.


Reader 12/05/2018 (Wed) 13:49:44 Id: d41540 [Preview] No.13372 del
Both the CIA and Mossad were the biggest backers of ISIS, along with our corrupted Military Industrial Complex (which is mostly owned by Jewish interests, and fights for Jewish interests). Britain's government was also responsible for some of the war crimes in Syria too as they were helping the US & Israel out with bombing civilian locations and further destabilizing areas so the ISIS terrorist proxies could take over. The whole thing is a mess really, and Assad is very lucky to have Russia on his side because if it were not for Russia, Assad would have likely been killed by now and the bullies of Israel and the Western World would have taken over Syria and installed a Rothschild-puppet dictator over there.

>The Russian military detailed that most of the terrorists had arrived in As-Suwaydad province from the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk, Damascus and the Al-Tanf region, controlled by the US-led international coalition.

>international coalition

Well, there you go. This whole "Greater Israel" agenda has been going on since the 80s, and both Israel and the US wanted Assad's father (who was leader at that time) ousted too. It just shows their criminal agendas never change, they just keep on pushing and pushing them. What its going to take is a lot of people exposing all this and helping push back. Anyone funding and arming a bunch of terrorists cannot be the good guys, anyone intentionally destabilizing nations cannot be the good guys. So I support Assad, and I hope Putin keeps helping him out and I hope Syria can deal with this mess, and they start building a massive wall all along their border to keep their hostile enemies out.

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