>THE SYRIAN GENERAL ARCHIVE
>Contains links to articles/videos/tweets/maps posted in /pol/'s Syria General threads. The archive is updated minimum twice daily and those links are collated into permanent pastebins at the end of each day.
>Map of Airstrikes
>Live map, with ticker on the right side
>Interactive Military Maps (Jewbook login to edit - turn off elements if slow to load)
>NEW MAP (update Oct 15): #SAA /#NDF launched long anticipated #Homs offensive
>#SAA preparation fire targeting insurgents in Al #Ghantoo town near #Homs
>Breaking : SAA take full control of Al-#Manshiyah Disctrict in #Daraa city
>Previous Thread >>53770096
Who's /comfy/ here?
who /fr24/ here?
pic related happened about two hours ago
right now we have
>israelis on a SIGINT flight
IAI Elta Electronics
>Rossiya - Special Flight Squadron
currently over Russia heading south
>Ghost from Call of duty shows off Iraqi army Column before Ramadi Assault
They look pretty well prepared, user a few hundred humbled and 10 Abrahams tanks
Humvees* ducking iPhone, swear They are special forces, look like American trained lot from all their equipment
Meanwhile SAA + NDF + Hez with potential Iranian troops and Russian air cover seemed to advance quite far south of Aleppo to open up the highest for more reinforcements I guess. Assault started at 10 am ao we will see how far they can push today.
Just look at that 8, man. Claiming as poison
Also, I once knew someone like 1, when I had 11 years. She was called Clara, I think she was Danish. Nice girl, didn't have a TV. I never saw her after she went to another high school.
>Dissapointed Iranian father takes photos with all his children
Qassem Suleimani and Iranian troops in Aleppo
Iraqi army in Baji, house to house fighting
>This dude chilling not giving a fuck while bullets kick up dust around him
>dude gets btfo on the stair, pretty intense stuff
>watching the skies while shit happens on sea
Situation in Tartus is stable, but that live stock carrier PACIFIC M looks little suspicious.
It was in Somalia on 2015-09-18, then in Saudi Arabia on 2015-09-22.
STARSHINA DEROV N.G., "Tanzanian" ship (if you know what I mean), is docked in Tartus for 3 days. Previous port was Azov, Russia.
On October 22 is expected arrival of cargo ship TRANSMAR ("St Vincent Grenadines") from NOVOROSSIYSK (departed on Oct 15)
Next report will be on Latakia.
Guns and armour probably, SAA lost quite a lot of BMP and T-62's in Homs/Hama offensives. Presents from Putin
>Guns and armour probably, SAA lost quite a lot of BMP and T-62's in Homs/Hama offensives. Presents from Putin
29 April Nairobi/Mogadishu - Somalia in 2014 exported a record 5 million livestock to markets in the Gulf of Arabia thanks to heavy investments in animal disease prevention backed by the European Union and the United Kingdom, FAO said today.
This is the highest number of live animals exported from Somalia in the last 20 years.
The export data, collected by the FAO-managed Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit (FSNAU), indicates that Somalia exported 4.6 million goats and sheep, 340,000 cattle and 77,000 camels in 2014, worth an estimated $360 million.
Livestock is the mainstay of the Somali economy, contributing 40 percent to the country's Gross Domestic Product.
They are T-72, what SAA needs is protection from TOW's not more tanks
They are trying to pull rebel reserves from other fronts. If the rebels don't pull the reserves, they take territory anyway and will cut off the highways.
Or they are trying to flank the west side of Aleppo outside the considerable rebel defenses.
win-win. Rest assured it's the SAA doing the fighting and dying but it's Russians and Iranians doling out the strategy.
Ya Bashar! Ya Putin! We got the terrorists on the ropes in both Syria and Iraq.
Good fucking luck with that, think they are going for all of rebel held Aleppo while ISIS has drained all their manpower in the north, there expanding south and East .
>Somalia in 2014 exported a record 4.6 million goats and sheep in the Gulf of Arabia.
Wonder how many of them were eaten.
>They are T-72, what SAA needs is protection from TOW's not more tanks
Then they should attack Langley, 1st gen ERA blocks aren't effective protection against TOWs.
It is a big achievement for turkish president
OY VEY THE GOYIM SHOT DOWN OUR UAV
IT'S A NEW SHOAH
This syria shit needs to end soon, hope uncle putin delivers.
If only they could get rid of the Al-Shabaab remnants in the countryside they could get fully back to nation-building. Immigrants returning with that western education along with connections should help quite a bit.
>All Russian military planes in Syria safely returned to their base, all drones are operating as planned, Russian media reports citing its Defense Ministry - @Reuters
post yfw it was a jewish drone
Wouldn't do a damn thing since they can't spot the launch site anyway.
TOW positions aren't static.
>Russian adviser: you know this buton inject diesel into exhaust to produce smoke?
>tfw they shot down little Abdul's birthday present
For those who like the geopolitical side of this conflict, you might want to have a read through these:
The Race to Raqqa Part I
and Part II
These articles detail the new US strategy, how they hope to achieve it, and in part II how the Russians and the SAA can stop them.
Pretty interesting stuff.
The biggest flaw I can find in the US plan in supporting the Kurds as their new army is that the Kurds don't want to go to Raqqa.
They want to secure the Turkish border, link up with their enclaves on the western side of the Tigris and in Aleppo, then go stick it to the Turks in aid to their brothers in Turkey.
Convincing them to march on Raqqa will be a very, very difficult task.
Not to mention the others the US have lumped them in with. VOA of all people did an interesting article all about the arab tribesmen that now make up the Syrian Democratic Forces.
Be lucky if they don't sell all their new stuff to ISIS and go home rich as kings.
also exhaust should be on the side in a spitfire. Here the exhaust goes downward.
For a moment I thought it might be a bf109 but the nose and the shape of the wings are off.
Nah bro. This thing is not a military product, it's a model plane.
could someone with editing skills make a compilation of Russian action in Syria with this music in the background?
By the way, according to Quran, what will happen to sharia terrorist if he gets killed with weapon that has other God blessing? Like, will it be equivalent to getting killed with bullet bathed in pigs blood and buried in pig skin?
I wondered if they couldn't just toss a few of the junk pig parts from the butcher in when they make the bullets (A copper/lead/pig/whatever alloy).
Anti- hadji bullets. Would they even dare to fight?
getting near the end of Threads
that was disturbing
We covered this a few days ago. Muslims don't get punished by no-heaven for pork. Its just not allowed. If a muslim accidentally ingests pork products, or if he is shot by pork bullets, then it is as if no sin has occurred.
Jews however would need to be ritually cleansed - otherwise no heaven for pork contamination.
I really like old military hardware - always looking at old military trucks to buy...
No I want ultimate camper machine - Soviet Mobile Banya Unit. Any idea what kind of designation those trucks have?
>Jews however would need to be ritually cleansed - otherwise no heaven for pork contamination.
He can also eat pork if his only alternative to it is death.
It's not a hard book to read once you know it's not in chronological order. You fags could redpill alot harder if you bothered to learn jack shit about this. The book itself is the biggest redpill on islam.
Just go google Mecca and Medina Quran you adhd retards.
and neither are jamming and scanners complicated
how does it feel to know iran killed 2 american drones without firing a shot lmao. 12 mil well spent per murica
hell alqeada allegedly according to every news organization was able to pick up the drone video feed with analog tvs. that narrows down the range of the signal a lot. shits not even encrypted
I am looking for impact on jews souls now
Right. And what state entity would do that? If you have a DIY drone, it's probably from one of the fractions that amuse us with their DIY weaponry since the beginning of this conflict.
Iraqis carried out air strikes against ISIS using Russian SU-30 jets. The only problem is that Russia never officially supplied them to Iraq
This one is pretty good. All that coating your bullets in pigs blood does is make you look like a savage who kills animals in order to facilitate your killing humans. I mean the whole idea of stripping a perfectly healthy pig of its skin, so that when you kill an opponent you will be able to bury his body in the pigs skin seems just a touch psychopathic. You have ritualised murder and cult like fetishist desecration ( maybe some corpse abuse too) & burial practice. just saying
They received 10 Indian jets last year.
We kind of tend to have water tanks inside the steam room to splash the hot stones. Finns use buckets they bring from the outside. That's about it.
Gotta split for work......
The Syria General Archive pastebin has been updated with articles/vidyas/tweets.
WHOEVER MAKES THE NEXT OP PLEASE REMOVE YESTERDAY'S MAPS AND REPLACE WITH THIS...
>NEW MAP (OCT 16) Ongoing Loyalist offensive in South #Aleppo / HD
>Loy.sources: #SAA forces have taken full control of Al-Manshiyah neighborhood of #Daraa city. #Syria
>NEW MAP (update): #SAA /#NDF launched long anticipated #Homs offensive. #Syria #IF #FSA #Nusra #alQaeda
Back after work to collect links from threads throughout the day.
Stay comfy /pol/.
>trying to find latest US response to see how hard they're digging into their bullshit stance
>A Guardian Article
Not sure if because of the lefts love of muslims or if a super liberal site is really just ripping apart Obama admins limp dicked efforts in Syria. Either way fun to watch.
>It was folly for us to choose as our key Arab allies Saudi Arabia and Qatar, who were actually funding the jihadism we were trying to stop.
The jihadism we were also funding that we've been bombing at the same time. This whole middle east shit fest has been nothing but a giant fucking joke.
You got to wonder if some of these militaries just don't realize what can be seen online by anyone these days when they have their transponder on.
or why news agencies in the west still give us shitty no-news when there is a wealth of info available. I mean this thread is worth over 9000 million western news channels. We like a self-entertainment control room, with self organising feeds, from self organising participants.
Thruth doesn't sell.
Dog, we knew they were never going to be anything the moment it started.
Its all wonderfully unclear and complicated, meaning even jews who eat pork can shill themselves into heaven eventually.
I recon just shoot them. Normal bullets, does the trick and keeps the shooter from looking like a complete corpse desecrating animal.
How often do you get attacked by a giant spider?
Nothing coming up in searches other than NATO saying they want to work to make Russia more transparent, so pretty much yea.
>Russia doesn't want to co-operate militarily, just flex at us
I hate NATO so much
Elijah J. Magnier @EjmAlrai 24 p24 perccel ezelőtt
All information I am gathering from different high ranking sources in #Iraq and #Syria are saying the "big attack hasn't started yet". When the attack will start, #Russia AF & artilleries will be involved and the gathering of ground forces seems huge and unprecedented .
Reminder of this little guy. Nothing that we know of that is currently operational could cruise at this altitude. Either it's spoofing the wrong altitude readout or it's something classified having a look see.
NATO served as a counterweight to Soviet power post WW2, after the collapse of the USSR it no longer really had a purpose, but it has never really cared about anything other than the Soviet or the Russian threat. If it did, then why didn't NATO do anything when the Falklands were invaded?
Warsaw Pact may have formalised the arrangement but all of the Warsaw Pact countries were under effective Soviet control anyway immediately following the end of WW2
Situation around the airport according to militarymaps
>If it did, then why didn't NATO do anything when the Falklands were invaded?
Are you playing dumb on purpose?
Article 6 (1)
For the purpose of Article 5, an armed attack on one or more of the Parties is deemed to include an armed attack:
on the territory of any of the Parties in Europe or North America, on the Algerian Departments of France (2), on the territory of or on the Islands under the jurisdiction of any of the Parties in the North Atlantic area north of the Tropic of Cancer;
on the forces, vessels, or aircraft of any of the Parties, when in or over these territories or any other area in Europe in which occupation forces of any of the Parties were stationed on the date when the Treaty entered into force or the Mediterranean Sea or the North Atlantic area north of the Tropic of Cancer.
>North Atlantic area north of the Tropic of Cancer
The american position on the british colonial possessions is that britain should not have them. Any intervention in falklands by the us/nato was not going to happen. Remember suez, 1951 or so. Yanks said sorry pal, we bailed you out of ww2, no more empire for you.
Righto mate, split a billy with ya, finest tea
Dunno where tha pomme cunt went, fuck em. Can't even use a billy properly.
Where's Ma QUD @
Nah, seriously but, I'm fanging for a kebab
>>inb4 (hopefully) sources
>Your colonies are bad Britain
>Texas built an Oil Company in the falklands
We tend to change our opinions a lot.
>implying /pol/ isn't a post cold-war east German ex-kgb propaganda piece.
>first thread, pro-ruski BOMBING of SYRIA, state hostile to ISREAL.
>wake up commie sheep.
Russian general staff announced creation of a combined forces(navy, airforce and ground forces) military base in Syria.
diego garcia is the perfect example, thnically cleanse the islands britain, so usa can build airbase. deny rights to islanders via corrupt 500 year old privy council ruling britain, eventually provide some folks rights to islands 50 years later ( dunno who to credit for that one maybe both)
>The air strikes appear to have failed to give an advantage to pro-Assad military forces despite daily launches
>NICE SHIT POST
>Alpha European male
> >The air strikes appear to have failed to give an advantage to pro-Assad military forces despite daily launches
SYRIA: #Latakia civilian airport will be closed, used by #Russia to increase the sorties against rebels/IS from 60 to 200. - @EjmAlrai
all of these articles come out when the grand offensive hasn't even begun in its entirety. airstrikes have killed hundreds of jihadists in the first week, and have scared hundreds more into surrendering (thereby taking them off the battlefield). if every strike is one bullet that the syrian army doesn't have to fire, then so be it.
Saw that article yesterday, complete bullshit from the Telegraph, I used to consider them a good news source but they have gone down hill a lot recently. They probably got that opinion from some 3rd hand source of some idiot who is nowhere near Syria.
>ISIS forced to put conscription of anyone above 14 years old in age
>ISIS supply depots are hit regularly leading to a shortage of supplies
>ISIS soldiers are losing moral and leaders constantly
>no effect lel gaiz, ISIS a infallible
>The air strikes appear to have failed to give an advantage to pro-Assad military forces despite daily launches
>"The intensity of our military aviation operations decreased slightly in the last 24 hours," the ministry said in a statement. "As a result of active offensive operations by the Syrian armed forces, the front line/front-line with the terrorists is changing.
Maybe my English isn't that good but it seems those are two completely fucking opposite things for Jesus' bloody sake.
Oh why. Yeah it looked like they were on approach and then went around. I hope this doesn't curtail are plane watching tonight. The sun is going down and that's when the good stuff seems to happen.
Looking at the gains made yesterday by the saa, and by the iraqi shi militia and army, it is just plain wrong to claim that anything is faltering. and even the day b4 yesterday there was a news lull, a build up to something bigger, which was yesterday. Telegraph is tory claptrap, usually factually accurate but shilling the conservative party line. Good source for understanding what is wrong with 'left' but not for establishing true positions on anything anti brit or anti tory
> "moderately" islamist.
That democracy yeah.
source of todays article: the authors ass and ignorance of SAA progress over the past 2 weeks
Murica airstrikes: 2400 in 400 days
Russian airstrikes: 1 week 25/day, 5days 60/day, 2 days 40/day + news of closing civilian airport and repurposing it for increasing the total to 200/day
Get over it, the authors ass is not a good source of news.