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  1. No I'm not Saudi. Sufi background not Wahaabi.
  2. No ISIS are not rebels. They are a third party. They hate the revolution and regard it as a 'Murtad Revoltion'. Assad and ISIS are the bad guys. Also there is no ISIS in South Aleppo.
  3. Russia used heavy airstrikes and Vacuum bombs. Rebels had to withdraw. The situation is uncertain at the moment. A lot of disinformation and big claims of (Iranian-led militias) potential huge offensives. Also rumours of US-Russia deal and possible ceasefire. Also wait for the rebels next move. There might be more fighting around the colleges/academies which is still in rebel hands. Maybe even some surprises. Iran may well be bled dry if the conflict continues for many years. Money that could be spect on Iranian people.
  4. More RT lies. After besieging East Aleppo the Russians lied about opening humanitarian corridors, Aleppans fleeing to regime areas and rebels surrendering. They were caught out using actors to back up their lies. They even used the same actors performing as fleeing refugee and surrendering rebel. Pathetic! https://mobile.twitter.com/bdrhmnhrk/status/761449009819054080?p=p https://mobile.twitter.com/zulamba/status/761454627883741185?p=p
  5. Amazing! Iranians have started a hashtag (#4Syrians) denouncing their governments involvement in Syria. It has surprised and touched many (Syrians and non) who have heaped praise on the Iranian people. https://mobile.twitter.com/hashtag/4Syrians?src=hash
  6. They wear them for identification purposes. To avoid friendly fire. Different groups probably wear different colours.
  7. Russia is in a Quagmire. Iran faces it's own Vietnam. Hezbollah is in big Trouble.
  8. Assad will be gone, he cannot win against 80% Sunni population. It's was never gonna be easy with Assad having all the military hardware and willingness to resort to insane levels of cruelty/brutality and him having backing of Iran/Hezbo/Russia. It's gonna talk a bit of time. In Sha Allah Moving on. Syria is proving to be Iran's 'Vietnam'. Others previously suggested this on this forum.
  9. At first Assads extraordinary level of brutality against demonstrations and areas which took up arms in self defence bought him time. Later Iran and Hezbo increased their support and intervened when he looked like he may fall. This bought him more time. Now as he was facing more defeats and over stretched and suffering from manpower shortages Russia steps in to prevent him from falling. Latakkia was looking vulnerable so Putin made his move. As Ian Black wrote in the Guardian yesterday: http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/oct/01/syrian-military-weakness-russian-intervention A hurricane announces itself whilst a breeze passes by unnoticed
  10. Putin is making a big mistake. This is not going to end well for Russia a couple of decades down the line. The already oppressed Syrians resisting the tyrannical regime are now up against Russia too. Imam Mahdi (as) will deal with Russia the enemy of Islam and muslims. In Sha Allah. Syrian scholar Shaykh Yaqoubi has re-posted an older statement on facebook today in arabic. I believe it is titled 'Why I hate Russia'. https://www.facebook.com/ShaykhMuhammadAbulhudaAlYaqoubi/posts/706372372826848
  11. I know in recent years Syrian scholar Shaykh Yaqoubi said after Hezbo got involved on behalf of Assad: "Hezbollah was born in Lebanon, fostered in Iran; and will soon be buried in Syria." - Shaykh Sayyid Muhammad al-Yaqoubi Anyway, I've just seen a series of tweets by anti-Assad user Malcolmite (tweeted about 6hrs ago): Problems for Hezbollah: 1- power struggle between Nasrallah & Naim Kassem to lead party2- after losing 1000's suffering recruitment problem3- lack of money4- failed plans to destabilise Kuwait haaretz.com/news/middle-ea…5- Iran rejected many appointments with Nasrallah6- Israeli reports that Iran intends to remove nasrallah from his position7- Hezbollah now trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians8- because of its failure to recruit Shias & rising anger in south Lebanon trying to recruit Palestinians & Christians paying $400 per month9- fraud & corruption. Members stealing weapons & ammunition from party stores & selling them to 3rd parties & investing in foreign banks10- Hezbollah are fatigued & going to abandon Assad regime & planning to create a buffer zone but will always remain a target https://mobile.twitter.com/malcolmite?lang=en So, is there any truth to the suggestion that Hezbo is in an increasingly difficult situation?
  12. My guess is after having participated in the coalition against ISIS, Saudi (+GCC allies) grew in confidence and experience thus they felt comfortable/confident enough to intervene in Yemen. Who knows if things go well it may be Syria next?
  13. Now that the Tikrit offensive has unfortunately stalled, will General Suleimani head to Yemen for the mean time? If only Iran could clone him... Btw yesterday it was reported, though I believe later denied, that General Suleimani announced Jordan as the next target. Easy, easy...one front (conquest) at a time...We can't keep up..
  14. Iran will have to be careful not to get involved in too many fronts (Syria, Iraq & Yemen) and become overstretched. It doesn't want to face it's 'Vietnam' if it's not already doing so. This avoidable Saudi-Iran proxy war is escalating and a disaster. Assad was bound to bring Iran down with him.
  15. I came across the Iran/Vietnam mention in two places today. The first posted above. The second was in a comment section at the end of a piece: Guy Montag February 20, 11:08 This is starting to look increasingly like Iran’s own Vietnam in the making. Recall how the US was initially involved in the Vietnam conflict by sending in “advisors”, soon following by a large scale commitment of troops. http://eaworldview.com/2015/02/iran-daily-foreign-ministry-turns-military-defeat-syrias-assad-full-quick-victory/
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