Saturday 9 May 2015

Hezbollah, Syrian Army Control Completely Jibba Barrens in Qalamoun + Nasser Kandil Comments

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Hezbollah-QalamounThe Islamic Resistance mujahidin (fighters) and the Syrian army troops regained control completely over al-Jibba barrens in Qalamoun, expelling the terrorists from the area.

The Resistance fighters and the Syrian army detected and detonated a number of booby-trapped cars that were prepared to target the Lebanese area.

Hezbollah and the Syrian army also controlled al-Knayse crossing which links al-Jibba to Assal al-Ward which was recently liberated from the terrorists.

The Syrian army and the Resistance fighters targeted the terrorists' posts in Ras al-Maara barrens.
The Syrian army repelled a terrorists attack on Deir Salman town in eastern Gouta, killing a number of militants.

The Syrian military further clashed with a terrorist group which came from Dael town and launched an armed attack against the locals in Khirbat Ghazala village in the northeastern countryside of southern Daraa province.

In Homs, Suwaida and other provinces, the Syrian army killed scores of terrorists in the context of its campaign to eradicate the militant groups.

Source: Al-Manar Website
09-05-2015 - 15:08 Last updated 09-05-2015 - 15:40 


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The warning signs of rat defeat are all over Latakia and that’s why the Turks are itching for a fight. Their entire strategy has been proven to be a source of nothing more than ridicule and scorn.  The Syrian Army has just taken over many new positions overlooking Turk-Occupied Syria in our Province of Iskendroun.  The rats are reeling from the decisive blows they received last night and today.

All these areas are now Ratten-frei:  Zaynoona Elevation, Jawrat Maghaarat Al-Rashwaan, Ruwaysat Al-Mallooha, Ruwaysat Jawrat Al-Zu’aytir, Ruwaysat Jawrat Al-Mudawwara.  The number of dead rats is in the neighborhood of 60+ according to Wael.  The operations to restore control over these points were described as “rapid”, “precise” and “unique”.   A “ruwaysa” is a minor peak and a “jawra” is a minor depression or a pit.

READER ALERT:  According to Wael, SAA MI is observing sudden and extensive reinforcements coming in from Turkey to retake the points mentioned in the foregoing.  They are concentrating their energies now on the recently liberated Nabi Yunus Summit (Mount Jonah Summit) and Jubb Al-Ahmar.
  الجيش يحكم سيطرته على العديد من القرى والتلال بريف اللاذقية الشمالي
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As in Iraq, Libya and Syria before it, Washington’s role in the Yemeni war is based not on humanitarian concern

US Secretary of State John Kerry appeared side by side with his Saudi counterpart, Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, in Saudi Arabia’s capital of Riyadh Thursday and praised the monarchical oil regime for its role in the bloody nearly two-month-old war against Yemen, the most impoverished nation in the Arab world.
The Saudi royals were to be commended, he said, for their “initiative to bring about a peaceful resolution through the announcement of their intent to establish a full, five-day, renewable ceasefire and humanitarian pause.”
Kerry used the word “intent” advisedly. Even as he spoke, Saudi warplanes continued to pound Yemeni homes, schools and hospitals into rubble, carrying out at least seven airstrikes Thursday against the port city of Hudaydah and five against the northwestern provincial capital of Sa’ada, a stronghold of Yemen’s Houthi rebel movement that the Saudi regime is determined to crush.
Earlier, Saudi warships fired rockets into the town of Hajjah, striking the Maydi Hospital, and more than 100 airstrikes in other areas of the country left scores dead, many of them women and children.
Neither Kerry nor Jubeir said when the five-day “humanitarian pause” would begin, nor did they provide any specific definition of its terms. Jubeir indicated, however, that it would be dependent on the Houthi rebels laying down their arms.
This is not the first time the Saudi regime indicated that it would call a halt to the bloodbath it has unleashed on Yemen. On April 21, after nearly a month of bombing, it proclaimed that Operation Decisive Storm, the title given to its air war against Yemen, had ended and a new phase centered on achieving a political resolution of the Yemeni conflict would begin. Instead, the air strikes only intensified.
The United Nations has put the death toll from the Saudi-led war at more than 1,400, with thousands more wounded, the overwhelming majority of the casualties civilians. Some 300,000 people have been forced to flee their homes. Bombs have demolished at least 30 schools and the violence has left nearly 2 million school children unable to attend classes.
An estimated 20 million people, or 80 percent of the population, are going hungry as a Saudi-led blockade of Yemen’s harbors together with repeated air strikes that have destroyed runways at the country’s airports have cut off its food supplies.
Speaking in Djibouti, a stop on his way to Saudi Arabia, Kerry postured as if the imperialist power he represents were just one more humanitarian enterprise. He declared that Washington was
“deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation that is unfolding in Yemen” and urged “all sides, anybody involved, to comply with humanitarian law and to take every precaution to keep civilians out of the line of fire.”
Who does the US secretary of state think he’s kidding? Washington is not some benevolent bystander in this bloodbath.
The White House and the Pentagon have backed Saudi Arabia to the hilt since the war began, rushing it fresh arms, including deadly cluster bombs, banned by the vast majority of the world’s nations because of their murderous effect upon civilians. It has set up a US command center in Riyadh to supply the Saudi Air Force with targeting intelligence, and it has dispatched US Air Force KC-135 Stratotankers to the region to carry out daily aerial refueling of Saudi warplanes, so that the airstrikes can continue around the clock.
Last year, Saudi Arabia spent $80 billion on arms, making it the fourth largest weapons purchaser in the world. The Obama administration is preparing to sell it and the other Persian Gulf oil monarchies even more powerful weapons systems.
The US president is scheduled to hold a summit at Camp David next week with the crowned royals of the Gulf Cooperation Council. He is prepared to offer them an advanced ballistic missile defense system as well as bunker buster bombs.
CNN quoted a senior US official as saying that “the president’s goal is building a defense infrastructure and architecture for the Gulf region that also includes maritime security, border security, and counter-terrorism.”
In other words, the Obama administration is further solidifying US reliance on the Saudi monarchy as a key pillar of its drive for domination of the strategically vital and oil-rich Middle East. Even as the US and the other major powers negotiate an agreement over Iran’s nuclear program, Washington is building up Saudi Arabia and the other reactionary Gulf states for a possible war against Iran.
The nature of the Saudi regime was made abundantly clear on the eve of Kerry’s visit with the mass beheading of five immigrants—two from Yemen and one each from Sudan, Eritrea and Chad. A Saudi national was decapitated on the day the US secretary of state landed in the desert kingdom. After these grisly public executions, the headless corpses of the victims were hung from helicopters to ensure the maximum display of the state atrocity.
The US-Saudi axis gives the lie to all the pretexts used by US imperialism to justify the decades of wars that have taken the lives of over a million in the Middle East, from the claim that it intervened to fight for “democracy” to the lie that it was waging a “war on terrorism.”
Even as it continued bombing Yemeni cities, the Saudi air force, with Washington’s blessings, dropped arms and supplies this week to Al Qaeda of the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) forces in Yemen, a movement that the Obama administration had previously portrayed as the paramount terrorist threat. As the most rabidly sectarian enemies of the Houthis—inspired by the Saudi monarchy’s state religion of Wahhabi Islamism that animates similar movements, from ISIS to Boko Haram—AQAP has now been recast as Yemeni patriots.
As in Iraq, Libya and Syria before it, Washington’s role in the Yemeni war is based not on humanitarian concern, support for democracy or hostility to terrorism. It is pursuing the predatory interests of US imperialism, attempting to offset American capitalism’s economic decline by military means. It is prepared in this process to spill unlimited amounts of blood and to drag the peoples of Middle East, the United States and the entire planet into a third world war.
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Russia Stages Huge Military Parade to Mark WWII Victory

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RussiaRussia on Saturday staged a huge military parade to commemorate the 70th anniversary of victory over Nazi Germany in a conspicuous show of military might amid a standoff with the West over Ukraine.

Defence minister Sergei Shoigu presided over the parade on Red Square, one of the largest Victory Day festivities in recent decades.

Western countries led by Russia's World War II allies are boycotting the May 9 festivities, leaving President Vladimir Putin to mark the day in the company of the leaders of China, Cuba and other Moscow-friendly figures.

Source: AFP
09-05-2015 - 10:33 Last updated 09-05-2015 - 10:33

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Turkey troops to intervene in Syria crisis soon: Opposition

Turkish soldiers hold their positions on the outskirts of Suruc, at the Turkey-Syria border, overlooking Kobani, Syria, during fighting between Syrian Kurds and ISIL, Oct. 12, 2014.
Turkish soldiers hold their positions on the outskirts of Suruc, at the Turkey-Syria border, overlooking Kobani, Syria, during fighting between Syrian Kurds and ISIL, Oct. 12, 2014.

Turkey’s main opposition party says the Turkish government is set to send ground forces to Syria in the upcoming days to militarily intervene in its neighboring country.

According to Gürsel Tekinthe deputy chairman of Turkey’s main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), the Turkish ground forces are scheduled to be dispatched to Syria within two days, Turkish Today's Zaman newspaper reported on Thursday.
He further elaborated that the forces will be sent to the north of Syria on Thursday or Friday night, adding that he has received the information on Turkey’s plan for intervention in Syria from a reliable source.
The official further noted that the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP)’s popularity is declining and it aims to stop the ascending trend of unpopularity through involving Turkey in an “adventure” in Syria.
He further warned against the repercussions of such an intervention, stressing that the ruling party aims to extend its rule in the country by dragging Turkey into a quagmire.
US-based news outlet Huffington Post reported in April that Turkey and Saudi Arabia are  in high-level talks aimed at establishing a military alliance with the purpose of intervening in Syria and attempting to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad.

Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz al-Saud (R) meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on March 2, 2015 (©AFP)

As part of the plot, Turkey would provide ground troops backed by Saudi airstrikes in a bid to assist “moderate Syrian opposition” forces against government forces, the US-based news outlet reported, citing “sources familiar with the discussions.”
The talks were brokered by Qatar with the knowledge of Washington, the report noted.
On May 2, Turkish daily Yeni Şafak quoted the country’s Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu as saying that Turkey will start a program on May 9 to train and equip what it calls moderate militants fighting against the Syrian government.
Çavuşoğlu added that a total of 2,000 militants will be trained by the end of the current year, claiming that the trained militants will fight both the government of Assad and the ISIL Takfiri terrorists, who control parts of Syria and neighboring Iraq.
Ankara and Washington signed a deal to train and arm the militants following months-long talks on February 19. The program is aimed at training over 15,000 militants in three years. Over 120 US soldiers are reportedly in Turkey to train the militants.
Turkey was one of the three countries that publicly expressed readiness to open its territory for the training of the militants.
“Saudi Arabia and Qatar have also announced that they will be hosting a train-and-equip program,” Çavuşoğlu said on February 20.
Turkey has time and again been accused of supporting the so-called Free Syrian Army and ISIL in Syria.
Ankara has also come under fire for not doing enough to halt the advance of ISIL as well as for its perceived reluctance to crack down on militants using its territory to travel into Syria, gripped by deadly unrest since March 2011.
The US and its regional allies -- especially Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey -- are supporting the militants operating inside the Arab country.

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No Human Can Stand Al-Saud’s Criminality against Yemeni Children


اطفال يمنيون يبيتون داخل الحفر في صعدة للإحتماء من القصف السعودي الجنوني على المدينة بعد اعلانها منطقة محروقة

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08-05-2015 | 11:20

By inhumanity and unconscionable, Rulers of al-Saud proceed aggression on Yemen. Without mercy and compassion, they go to the extreme in killing innocents of Yemeni nation. The kind of human they belong to is unknown. Their criminality doesn't resemble any on the Earth.

Princes of desert kingdom enjoy bloodshed of children. They issue orders of killing and destroying while they're on their thrones. They don't care about the least humanity standards, and their "Restoring Hope" operation that kills childhood is failing.

Yesterday, Saudi warplanes committed a crime against members of "Bakil Al Mir" tribe expanded to Jizan. The whole family was bloodshed resulting in: burned children embracing the land. 

Photos addressed to the Conscientious are hereafter (following).

Saudi Aggression on Yemeni Children

Saudi Aggression on Yemeni Children

Saudi Aggression on Yemeni Children

Saudi Aggression on Yemeni Children

مع الحدث | حميد رزق | #العدوان_السعودي_على_اليمن | #المنار

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Naming and Shaming – The List Of Israel’s Agents Within British Politics

By Gilad Atzmon

Ahead of Election Day tomorrow, the ultra Zionist published its list of Sabbos Goyim operating within British politics.

“With Polling Day in the General Election this Thursday, here is a list of all the parliamentary candidates who have sent positive replies to the Fairness for Israel Charter,” the Zionist outlet informed its followers.

Our British candidates agree, for example that, “boycotts against Israel in any sphere must be opposed.”  The shameless British parliamentary candidates listed below are willing to sacrifice freedom of expression to please their paymasters; agreeing that the “democratic State of Israel is not an ‘apartheid state’ and must not be described as one.”  The Zionist outlet explains;  “It is noted that every (Israeli) citizen has the right to vote and discrimination based on race, religion or sexuality is illegal.” But We Believe In Israel fails to mention a basic crucial fact. Millions of indigenous Palestinians living within areas controlled by Israel and subject to Israeli oppression are not entitled to be citizens let alone vote. And why? Because they are not ‘racially’ qualified.

This extensive list reveals that British politics is in urgent need of a major overhaul. It must cleanse itself of the corrosive influence of a very dangerous foreign Lobby. The list reveals that Zionist corruption has planted its roots in pretty much every British parliamentary party. This fact alone may help to explain why Brits have lost interest in their politics and do not believe their political parties.  No matter who you vote for, at the end of the day, it is the Jewish Lobby that calls the shots.

The List:

Constituency                                   Candidate                             Party
Aberconwy                                        Guto Bebb                             Conservative
Aberconwy                                        Mary Wimbury                      Labour
Aldridge Brownhills                         Ian Garrett                             Lib Dem
Banbury                                             John Howson                       Lib Dem
Barrow & Furness                            Simon Fell                            Conservative
Battersea                                           Jane Ellison                         Conservative
Beaconsfield                                    Dominic Grieve                    Conservative
Belfast South                                    Rodney McCune                 UUP
Bexhill & Battle                                 Geoffrey Bastin                    UKIP
Birkenhead                                       Clark Vasey                          Conservative
Blackpool South                              Peter Wood                           Conservative
Bognor Regis & Littlehampton      Francis Oppler                      Lib Dem
Bolsover                                            Peter Bedford                       Conservative
Bolton West                                      Chris Green                          Conservative
Bournemouth East                          Tobias Ellwood                     Conservative
Bournemouth East                          David Hughes                      UKIP
Bournemouth East                          Peter Stokes                         Labour
Bournemouth West                         Conor Burns                         Conservative
Bradford West                                   Celia Hickson                       Green
Braintree                                            Matthew Klesel                     Lib Dem
Brent Central                                    Stephen Priestly                  UKIP
Brigg & Goole                                   Andrew Percy                       Conservative
Brighton Kemptown                        Paul Chandler                      Lib Dem
Brighton Pavilion                             Nick Yeomans                      Independent
Burnley                                              Sarah Cockburn-Price        Conservative
Bury North                                         Richard Baum                      Lib Dem
Bury North                                         David Nuttall                         Conservative
Bury South                                        Daniel Critchlow                  Conservative
Bury South                                        Ivan Lewis                             Labour
Carlisle                                              Lorraine Birchall                  Lib Dem
Carmarthen W & S Pembs             Selwyn Runnett                   Lib Dem
Carshalton & Wallington                Ashley Dickenson               Christian People’s Alliance
Chatham & Aylesford                      Tristan Osborne                   Labour
Cheadle                                             Shaun Hopkins                    UKIP
Chelmsford                                       Simon Burns                         Conservative
Chingford & Woodford Green       Iain Duncan-Smith              Conservative
Chippenham                                    Michelle Donelan                Conservative
Chipping Barnet                              Victor Kaye                            UKIP
Chipping Barnet                              Theresa Villiers                    Conservative
Christchurch                                     Christopher Chope              Conservative
Cleethorpes                                      Martin Vickers                      Conservative
Corby                                                 Jonathan Hornett                Green
Corby                                                 Tom Pursglove                    Conservative
Crawley                                             Henry Smith                         Conservative
Dudley South                                   Mike Wood                            Conservative
Ealing Central & Acton                   Rupa Huq                             Labour
East Antrim                                       Sammy Wilson                     DUP
East Belfast                                       Gavin Robinson                  DUP
East Devon                                       Stuart Mole                           Lib Dem
East Ham                                           David Thorpe                      Lib Dem
East Kilbride, Strathaven & L         Lisa Cameron                     SNP
Eastbourne                                       Paul Howard                        Independent
Edinburgh North & Leith                Alan Melville                        UKIP
Enfield North                                    Cara Jenkinson                   Lib Dem
Epping Forest                                   Eleanor Laing                     Conservative
Epping Forest                                   Mark Wadsworth                 Young People’s Party
Erith & Thamesmead                      Sidney Cordle                     Christian People’s Alliance
Exeter                                                 Dom Morris                         Conservative
Finchley & Golders Green             Jonathan Davies                 Lib Dem
Finchley & Golders Green             Mike Freer                             Conservative
Finchley & Golders Green             Richard King                         UKIP
Finchley & Golders Green             Sarah Sackman                   Labour
Folkestone & Hythe                         Claire Jeffrey                        Labour
Grantham & Stamford                     Barrie Fairbairn                    Labour
Hammersmith                                   Millicent Scott                       Lib Dem
Hammersmith                                   Richard Wood                      UKIP
Hampstead & Kilburn                      Maajid Nawaz                      Lib Dem
Hampstead & Kilburn                      Magnus Neilson                  UKIP
Hampstead & Kilburn                      Tulip Siddiq                          Labour
Hampstead & Kilburn                      Simon Marcus                      Conservative
Harborough, Oadby & Wigston     Edward Garnier                    Conservative
Harrow East                                      Bob Blackman                      Conservative
Harwich & North Essex                  Mark Hughes                        UKIP
Hemel Hempstead                           Howard Koch                       UKIP
Hemsworth                                        Martin Roberts                     Yorkshire First
Hendon                                             Andrew Dismore                  Labour
Hendon                                             Raymond Shamash             UKIP
Hertford & Stortford                          Michael Green                      Lib Dem
Hertsmere                                          Oliver Dowden                     Conservative
Horsham                                            Martyn Davis                         Labour
Horsham                                            Jeremy Quin                         Conservative
Hove                                                   Graham Cox                         Conservative
Ilford North                                        Lee Scott                               Conservative
Ilford North                                        Wes Streeting                       Labour
Ipswich                                              Chika Akinwale                    Lib Dem
Islington South & Finsbury            Pete Muswell                        UKIP
Kingston & Surbiton                        James Berry                          Conservative
Lagan Valley                                     Alan Love                              UKIP
Lagan Valley                                    Trevor Lunn                          Alliance
Leeds North East                             Fabian Hamilton                  Labour
Leeds North East                             Warren Hendon                   UKIP
Leeds North East                             Simon Wilson                       Conservative
Leeds North West                            Greg Mulholland                  Lib Dem
Leicester East                                   Susanna Steptoe                 UKIP
Lewisham East                                 Heidi Alexander                   Labour
Liverpool Wavertree                        Luciana Berger                    Labour
Livingston                                         Charles Dundas                  Lib Dem
Loughborough                                 Steve Coltman                      Lib Dem
Louth & Horncastle                         Victoria Atkins                      Conservative
Manchester Withington                  Mark Davies                          UKIP
Meon Valley                                      Dave Alexander                   UKIP
Mid Norfolk                                        Anna Coke                            UKIP
Mid Sussex                                       Toby Brothers                       UKIP
Mitcham & Morden                          Richard Hilton                      UKIP
Newbury                                            Catherine Anderson           UKIP
Newcastle-upon-Tyne East           Nick Brown                           Labour
Newcastle-upon-Tyne North         Violet Rook                           North East Party
North Antrim                                     Jayne Dunlop                       Alliance
North Antrim                                     Ian Paisley Jnr                     DUP
North Belfast                                     Nigel Dodds                          DUP
North East Fife                                 Huw Bell                                Conservative
North East Fife                                 Tim Brett                                Lib Dem
North West Hampshire                   Andrew Adams                     Labour
Nottingham South                           Tony Sutton                          Lib Dem
Penistone & Stocksbridge              Graeme Waddicar                UKIP
Penrith & The Border                      Neil Hughes                         Lib Dem
Plymouth Sutton & Devonport      Oliver Colville                       Conservative
Poplar & Limehouse                       Elaine Bagshaw                  Lib Dem
Portsmouth North                            John Ferrett                          Labour
Redditch                                            Karen Lumley                       Conservative
Richmond Park                                Andree Frieze                       Green
Richmond Park                                Zac Goldsmith                      Conservative
Richmond Park                                Sam Naz                                UKIP
Richmond Park                                Robin Meltzer                       Lib Dem
Rochester & Strood                         Kelly Tolhurst                       Conservative
Romsey & Southampton North     Ben Nicholls                         Lib Dem
Ross, Skye & Lochaber                  Philip Anderson                   UKIP
Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Gerrard Barry                        UKIP
Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Michael Borio                       Labour
Ruislip, Northwood & Pinner         Nick Hurd                              Conservative
Sheffield Hallam                              Ian Walker                             Conservative
Sheffield Heeley                              Howard Denby                     UKIP
Somerton & Frome                          Alan Dimmick                       UKIP
South Belfast                                    Paula Bradshaw                  Alliance
South Cambridgeshire                   Sebastian Kindersley          Lib Dem
South Northamptonshire                Tom Snowdon                      Lib Dem
South West Surrey                          Jeremy Hunt                         Conservative
Stockport                                           Daniel Hamilton                   Conservative
Stockton South                                Ted Strike                              UKIP
Stone                                                 Martin Lewis                         Lib Dem
Stangford                                          Jim Shannon                        DUP
Stratford-on-Avon                            Elizabeth Adams                  Lib Dem
Stratford-on-Avon                            Nadhim Zahawi                   Conservative
Surrey Heath                                   Laween Atroshi                    Labour
Tatton                                                 Stuart Hutton                       UKIP
Tooting                                               Dan Watkins                        Conservative
Vale of Glamorgan                          David Paul Morgan             Lib Dem
Wallasey                                            Chris Clarkson                     Conservative
Warrington North                             Sarah Hayes                         Green
Warrington South                            Nick Bent                               Labour
Warwick & Leamington                   Chris White                           Conservative
West Worcestershire                       Julian Roskams                   Green
Wimbledon                                        Stephen Hammond             Conservative
Witham                                              Priti Patel                               Conservative
Witham                                              Garry Cockrill                        UKIP
Woking                                              Chris Took                             Lib Dem
Worsley & Eccles South                 Iain Lindley                           Conservative
Wythenshawe & Sale East            Victor Chamberlain             Lib Dem
Ynys Mon                                          Nathan Gill                            UKIP

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