Aleppo’s War Battlefield Update 30/09/2016 – SAA fighting for Aleppo’s historical center
Syria: SAA & Allies Retake the al-Shuqayyif District, North Aleppo
The ruins of the hospital undermined by militants in 2013 have been converted into a powerful reference point from which the firing was conducted positions CAA and corrected artillery fire in the northern part of Aleppo. The ruins of the Hospital of the army was able to take only the second attempt. However, the militants defense was broken and they were forced to retreat to the south-east. Sam Hospital in its pre-war form is unlikely to be restored – a terrorist attack in 2013, as well as fighting 2013-2016′s left of it just a mountain of debris in the spirit of the Donetsk airport terminal.
After lunch, we began bounces videoconferencing Russian Air Force and Syria in the district Abijah. It is reported on the preparations for the assault on the part of the CAA and the “Liwa al-Quds.”
Syrian War Report – October 3, 2016: Syrian Army Breaks Militants’ Defenses in Northern Aleppo
Top al-Qaeda commander killed by drone strike in Syria
“Militants guaranteed safe passage & aid”
UN condemns continued Syrian violence
LEAK: UN blames US, EU sanctions for punishing Syrian civilians, stalling aid work
now the State Department does a good face on a bad game. New strategy
for Syria, Obama has no time for anything long term either, so before
leaving, the current US administration is loudly slams the door to leave
for a dubious achievement as a “last word”, which even in the US, many
do not believe http: / 0983.html /colonelcassad.livejournal.com/299
. The main outcome of this story – the US has not been able to get
hands-military or diplomatic Victoria in Syria to the current
administration’s withdrawal, although such obvious targets were set and
they had quite a serious consideration. But the reality as it is often
broken a world leader ambitious plans. In fact, the overarching nothing
happened today – the collapse of the Russian-American relations in the
Syrian issue was evident a few days ago, today it was just recognized
PS. With regard to the Russian ultimatum http://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/299 1150.html
, the State Department expressed “disappointment unilateral actions of
Russia.” In general, waiting for the next administration, this has
especially not get to talk.
Eric Shawn reports: Russian war crimes in Aleppo?
[Ian Greenhalgh says..... The MSM have really pissed me off in the last 24 hours by pushing, in unison, this most disgusting and hateful false narrative. Make no mistake about it, this tale of Russian and Syrian warplanes dropping barrel bombs, cluster bombs and even chlorine gas onto Aleppo’s main hospital, killing and injuring innocent children is nothing more than unadulterated, pure and malodorous bovine fecal matter.
Let’s get one thing straight from the get-go – if anyone bombed that hospital, it wasn’t the Russians or the Syrians, the finger of blame needs to be pointed at either Israel or the US-lead coalition, with the bulk of the suspicion falling on the former, especially if chlorine was used.
Remember the article I wrote some months back about the MiGs painted up to look like Syrian air force that were being held in waiting to carry out some nefarious false flag activities? It would not surprise me one iota if those MiGs have been used to bomb that hospital, murdering innocent women and children in order to be able to falsely accuse the Syrians and Russians of barbarity.
The Syrian ambassador to the UN was asked yesterday if Syria had bombed the hospital, he simply gave the journalist a withering stare, a small laugh of derision then walked away in disgust – a suitable response to such a question in my view.
However, the reaction to this rebuff has been thoroughly disgusting, with many media personalities and politicians taking to Twitter to decry the Syrian ambassador, calling his laughter most disgusting; among the critics was that most unpleasant woman, US ambassador Samantha Power, further reinforcing our existing view of her as a completely co-opted and corrupt piece of filth.
The sources for the story of the hospital bombing are CIA-Israeli controlled disinfo operations, which is why I say ‘if’ anyone bombed the hospital. Prime among these sources is a fat, sweaty little turd of a man living in a flat in a north London suburb who pretends to be a major information outlet by the official-sounding name of The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. VT exposed this fact last year and the truth about the SOHR has been broadcast by Russia Today many times.
Whenever the SOHR’s name appears on a story, rest assured, it is CIA-Israeli disinfo.
So what are we to make of this whole fiasco? It all boils down to a concerted effort by the CIA-Israeli controlled MSM to ram down our throats a false narrative of Russo-Syrian cruelty and indifference to human life and suffering of innocents. The purpose of pushing this narrative is to further the agenda of the Neocon-Zionist-Israeli cabal that is responsible for the war in Syria, to attempt to use subterfuge to counter the military successes of the legitimate Syrian government and their Russian allies against the proxy mercenary armies employed by the cabal.
The victims in all of this are once again the innocent people of Aleppo and it deeply disturbs and upsets me to see the entire MSM singing in unison like good little shills from the cabal’s hymnsheet; never failing to miss a beat in the cacophany of lies and deceit that has provided the soundtrack to the war in Syria for over 6 years now and with no end in sight...... Ian]
John Kerry vents frustration over failure to use military in Syria
“Kurdish fighters accompany Syrian army units”
Jihadists storm the hill in Latakia mountains | October 2nd 2016
Syrian army targets commanders of FSA in Deraa with roadside bomb
Kurds take out Super fortified Neo Ottoman Turkish base
Former Green Beret talks efforts to retake Mosul from ISIS
The United States government says it is sending an additional 600 troops to Iraq to assist Iraqi forces in the looming battle to take back the city of Mosul from ISIL.
The US, which supports and arms the same terrorist group and affiliates in Syria, also says it is concerned about ISIL’s defensive preparations, more specifically the arrays of tunnels the death cult has built over the past two years.
It is the false shame of fools to try to conceal the fact that contrary to their shallow concerns, the 2003 invasion of Iraq – under deliberately fraudulent pretenses – had a great deal to do with enabling the current emergence of a terrorist military power in Iraq. It goes much deeper than that. Stupidity also got Washington into the Syrian mess, and it can’t get it out:
Any attempt to analyse the reasons for Iraq’s current tragedy should begin right from the American invasion of the country in 2003. The illegal invasion fractured Iraq’s tenuous factional stability, followed by a whole series of bad decisions making matters even worse. As a result, the success of ISIL and the threatened disintegration of Iraq gave CIA’s Bin Laden clones a level of military, financial and political power they could never have dreamed of, much less achieved on their own, to also invade Syria.
Here, the US decision to support ISIL and other terror groups to dismantle the Syrian government was yet another strategic blunder. As a consequence, Syria is another classic case of a failed state — lack of a proper authority at the centre, foreign boots and foreign-backed terrorists on the ground, and a bloody sectarian warfare among different communities. Lest we forget, Saudi cash to terrorist groups under American tutelage effectively poured oil on the ongoing sectarian fire.
After all these years, President Barack Obama says all options are open to fighting ISIL in Iraq! He is even sending additional troops to reverse the militants’ gains. That’s unlikely to solve the problem. The primary reason for the mess in Iraq today is the American invasion of the country. Had the US military had to solve the problems of Iraq, it would have done so when the Americans had occupied the country from 2003 to 2011.
For any solution to work, there has to be broad international and regional cooperation across all political and religious spectrum. The Persian Gulf Arab states and their Israeli-American allies will have to stop destabilising the Syrian government, which is directly helping the ISIL and other extremist elements. They should also stop classifying various terror groups into moderates and extremists. Unless such a political and religious counter-offensive is begun immediately, the military campaigns by Washington and the extras will only bleed Iraq and Syria further.
Here is another troubling part of the tale: If there is any unifying authority left in Iraq and Syria, it is Iran. The problem is, Washington and its regional allies continue to claim that Iran’s war on ISIL is a war against the Sunnis in general. They claim that Iran continues to meddle in Syria as well, supporting President Bashar al-Assad, and under Russian air cover, increasing its troop presence there.
As acknowledged by US Secretary of State John Kerry, all Iranian and Russian forces are in Syria at the request of Damascus. They are there to support Syria in the running war against terrorism, and they are doing this as per international humanitarian law and international protocols. Their goal is a United Syria and a United Iraq – unlike Washington’s, which once unsuccessfully tried to disintegrate these two countries under the Joe Biden Plan – together with terror proxy forces.
In light of all that, it’s hardly surprising to see the United States trying now to draw its military forces into the fight against ISIL in Mosul. Things have changed – it’s October 2016 – and the Americans want to save face. They cannot control the conflict in Iraq and/or eternally search for that unicorn, the moderate rebel, to regime change Syria. They cannot challenge the allied forces of Iran and Russia either. Whatever the Americans may be fighting for in Mosul, it seems at least an empire or two out of date.
Iran calls west’s security claims in Mideast “a big lie”
Syrian Gov’t Forces Tightening Noose on Militants in Aleppo City
ISIL Chief ‘Poisoned’ in Iraq’s Nineveh Apparently en route to Syria
Fatah Al-Sham Guns Down Fleeing Members in Southern Part of Aleppo City
Syrian Army Wins Back More Positions in Northern Outskirts of Aleppo City
Syrian Gov’t Forces Ready to Hit Militant Centers in Three Main Districts in Aleppo
Syrian Army, Popular Forces Continue to Advance against Terrorists North of Aleppo
Military Source: Army Not to Stop Anti-Terrorism Operations in Aleppo
Fierce Clashes Reported Between Syrian Soldiers, Fatah Al-Sham in Dara’a