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Hezbollah And Assad Gain Yabroud

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Nothing to see here...move along folks...

 

The map keeps changing from week to week. Assad hasn't control of the borders so men and supplies will keep coming in meaning the regime will be fighting the same battles again and again, each time Assad's forces dwindling till he exhausts his men and resources.

 

In fact a comment posted on Syria Comment today sums it up well:

 

 

Excellent point, war maps change every hour. The one mistake in any map from now on is to label one of the forces as regime forces. There is no longer a regime, and assad  is merely a figure head for the foreign gangs fighting to keep it. Even regime representatives, well known for cheering massacres, recognize that their regime is dead-man walking, otherwise one would not read a phrase like (SAA and their “associates”).

 

The war is now a war of liberation against foreign forces keeping the stinky decaying corps of the worst regime ever known, and against a bunch of stinky sub-specie calling themselves ISIS. It is not a war between these two, it is against them both. Those remnant shabeeha and those aiding ISIS are pawns at best, and in reality, agents of foreign occupation.

 

http://www.joshualandis.com/blog/detailed-syria-maps-activists-honor-revolution-dead-in-washington/#comment-448778

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Nothing to see here...move along folks...

 

The map keeps changing from week to week. Assad hasn't control of the borders so men and supplies will keep coming in meaning the regime will be fighting the same battles again and again, each time Assad's forces dwindling till he exhausts his men and resources.

 

In fact a comment posted on Syria Comment today sums it up well:

 

Yea, like the map of Qusayr is chaning every week! :)

 

Yea, in fact the comment posted really makes sense. And true, the war of liberation is fought by fighters from Saudi, Tunisia, Chechnya, Turkey, Britain, France and 10s of more countries??? 52 counries' fighters you mean? Alongside western, Saudi and Turkish intelligence?

 

It is a big shame when people like you defending rebel-terrorists are speaking of 'foreign' groups or fighters in Syria... by all accounts, confessed and proven by all sides, even the so called opposition now cry about foreign terrorists and they made different groups killing each others....

 

The difference is: Hizbullah and other Shia fighters went to Syria to DEFEND Lebanese civilians or Zainabya and are doing that, while your terrorist allies went to Syria to ATTACK & KILL civilians, behead, impose your garbage-Salafi Sharia, destroy graves and Shrines, and kill people based on sectarian lines (kill Rafidhis, kill Alawites, kill Christians). AND implement a Zionist-agenda in Syria against regional countries.

 

And the hypocrites as you people are,

 

Turkey declares that if ISIS attacks some Turkish guy's shrine who was one of the important guy of Ottoman empire, then Turkey (who by the way fed these terrorists) will defend Turkey's interests and will respond against the terrorists, reported by all Turkish media, and foreign media yesterday... but Shias do not have the right to intervene and defend civilians who are being slaughtered by foreign terrorists? They don't have the right to defend the Shrine of granddaughter of prophet (pbuh)?

 

And if I am not mistaken, you are the one who under a different nickname posted this news on Yanabi forum where you felt sympathetic to Turkey and shrine of a nobody guy....

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Turkey will intervene if Ottoman shrine is attacked in Syria ahmet-davutoglu.jpg

 

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said in a press conference on Friday that Turkey will intervene to protect a historic Ottoman period shrine in Syria if it is attacked by either side of the conflict. The shrine commemorates the grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

 

The Suleyman Shah Shrine is located 25 km away from the Turkish border in the Syrian province of Aleppo. It was designated as Turkish territory in a post-World War One agreement between Turkey and France signed in 1921.

 

According to Davutoğlu, the 25 Turkish soldiers protecting the shrine are on high alert after warnings by the militant ISIS group that it will attack the site. "Turkey will respond to whoever attacks the shrine, be it the Syrian regime or extremist groups," he told reporters, "including ISIS."

 

middleeastmonitor.com

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Mr. Davutoglu,

'but Shias do not have the right to intervene and defend civilians who are being slaughtered by foreign terrorists? They don't have the right to defend the Shrine of granddaughter of prophet (pbuh)?'

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Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said in a press conference on Friday that Turkey will intervene to protect a historic Ottoman period shrine in Syria if it is attacked by either side of the conflict. The shrine commemorates the grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman Empire.

 

lol

 

 

The difference is: Hizbullah and other Shia fighters went to Syria to DEFEND Lebanese civilians or Zainabya

 

syria has been fitna from the start. anyone who goes there to fight for religious reasons is astray. none of them are correct from islamic perspective. shias throw away their dignity fighting for assad who has a horrible political culture going back decades and no islamic law and they try to fit this with iranian perspective. and sunnis/salafis err because from the start there was no jamaat and no true islam, what is true islam anyway? its just interpretations. so, they err too. 

 

dont kid urself ur not defending a shrine. theres no shrine in yabroud. and u put some patch on ur uniform saying labbayk ya zahra. its a disgrace and product of wretched culture.

 

i remember that video of revolution guard soldiers in syria and they said that assad soldiers are very undisciplined. "as long as they have cigarettes and tea they are happy and can fight, we are trying to discipline them."

 

but that guy doesnt put the pieces together. assad army is undisciplined because the political culture is corrupt. you cannot divorce discipline and culture of the army from the culture of the regime. i think this is very revealing statement.

 

i wanna do psychological profile of assad and hezb soldiers. cause with assad u see the FREAKS come out of the woodwork. middle east freakshow. with every regime lover in middle east you see the FREAKS from every hole come out to defend it. gaddafi, assad, egypt military, the regime supporters are all weirdos and psychopaths. the normal ppl. in the middle east are the moderate muslims like FSA, muslim bro hood, and similar. yeah they are sunnis, yeah they arent perfect and their organizations can be weird in some way, but they are THE PEOPLE. regimes arent the normal ppl. unfortunately this is battle for normal ppl in middle east and they will continue to be oppressed by religious illiterate wahhabis on one hand and bizarre regime loving freaks supported by iranian/hezb/shabiha/alawi/syrian "defense force" freakshow.

 

 

the SYRIAN PEOPLE are the victims and the good ones. they are the real ppl. we should be talking about.

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^BS

 

I never liked any type of Baathist, and the Shias going into Syria has nothing to do with Assad's power or the Syrian government. But even though I do not like Baathists as I said, I see their presence a good thing to face Salafi-dogs, the animals who carried on 100s of crimes on daily basis... Shias are too good to fight these terrorists... You need brutal Baathists vs Brutal Saudi-Zionist backed terrorists... Wait till things are settled, then we'll see how many lessons the Takfiris will get from the Syrian Mukhaberat...

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Yabroud is ours.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HMMnXES_-Tg

 

One of many great videos of Hezb in action (capturing a Nusrat terrorist):

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeiAjyAK32Q

 

Video of celebration on the streets of Lebanon (more to come):

 

 

 !!الله نصركم حزب الغالب

Edited by Jaabir ibn Hayyan

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la3n on all freaks of the middle east! sunni, shia, armenian, communist, fatah, hamas, hezbollah, iran, freemason, bahai, whatever.

 

it is my beloved normal people who are always put down. the ones in the refugee camps. who dont give a care in the world about government or politicis! like 95% of people in the world they just wanna live life in peace. They dont support al-faqih or assad or any other political order. 

 

as they say in arabic "we stay close to the wall and ask god for help!" like...stay out of trouble and politics, and god will help and protect u and give u a dignified life.

 

not muta lovin hezbollah and proxy clients. not bizarre non-hijab gaddafi loyalists, and their partners the syrian "defa3 watan" freaks.

 

just normal syrians. normal muslims. they are always between a rock and a hard place.


here u go! this is what the defenders of az-zahra are really defending!

 

https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/t1.0-9/p403x403/1554590_601053146616721_1523457782_n.jpg

Edited by tearingmyhairout

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la3n on all freaks of the middle east! sunni, shia, armenian, communist, fatah, hamas, hezbollah, iran, freemason, bahai, whatever.

 

it is my beloved normal people who are always put down. the ones in the refugee camps. who dont give a care in the world about government or politicis! like 95% of people in the world they just wanna live life in peace. They dont support al-faqih or assad or any other political order. 

 

as they say in arabic "we stay close to the wall and ask god for help!" like...stay out of trouble and politics, and god will help and protect u and give u a dignified life.

 

not muta lovin hezbollah and proxy clients. not bizarre non-hijab gaddafi loyalists, and their partners the syrian "defa3 watan" freaks.

 

just normal syrians. normal muslims. they are always between a rock and a hard place.

here u go! this is what the defenders of az-zahra are really defending!

 

https://scontent-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn2/t1.0-9/p403x403/1554590_601053146616721_1523457782_n.jpg

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^Who are your nomral ppl...? For sure you don't sound 'normal' to me. You are one of those lost goons who has nothing but insults...with mental issues!

 

Why do you say la3n on Shias and etc? And "muta lovin hezbollah and proxy clients"?????

 

What are you? A middleman for east-european prostitutes sitting somewhere in UAE's third class motels? Please GET LOST!

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Why Yabroud Fell
 

Sunday, March 16, 2014
 

Yabroud fell because the rebels were busy fighting ISIS. Because they don't have enough resources to fight the regime and ISIS, because ISIS was moving into the liberated areas and cutting people's heads off for listening to music or smoking. Because the regime is being supported by Hezbullah and Shiite militias from Iraq that are paid for by Iran and that Iran is giving the Syrian regime technical advice, expertise and weaponry, and that Russia, which is now occupying parts of Ukraine, has torpedoed every effort by the international community to prevent "foreign intervention" in Syria, the type of foreign intervention that is unpalatable to Western leftists and not to be confused with the foreign intervention of Russia in Ukraine or Iran in Syria. But that is alright because the West is backing these rebels according to the conspiracy theorists, and they are being told to cut off people's heads and incite sectarianism, not the sectarianism of a regime that shells mosques and slits the throats of children in Sunni villages. The other sectarianism that is alright to mention because you won't be labelled a sectarian yourself for calling it out. And of course the West is worried about chemical weapons, or any weapons, falling into the wrong hands. The same wrong hands that the conspiracy theorists think the West is funding, but they're not really funding, because if they were funding them then the rebels would have been able to fight both ISIS and the Syrian regime at the same time. But they couldn't, so they fought ISIS during the time when Assad and Hezbullah were mounting their campaign near the Lebanese border. And that is why Yabroud has fallen. Thank you for reading. Good night.

http://www.maysaloon...l.html?spref=tw

 

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its a forum, lighten up! and if u dont know what normal ppl is in the middle east then u dont really know islam! u are just defending a bizarre political clique.

 

normal ppl are normal ppl. 3waam (ordinary masses). theres even a word for it in arabic! people who just want to live normal lives in freedom and peace. religious but dont care about ideology. ppl too concerned about working and surviving to attach to political and religious dogma! people who are good and fit their surroundings! this is most muslims in the world...

 

lol. these are the real akhlaq of SHIAS stuck in some weird political subculture! just like those weirdos in syria u defend who normal ppl reject because of their horrible akhlaq and the wretchedness they wear on their faces. freaks of the middle east and u demonstrate it with ur weird comment.

 

GET LOST!

Why Yabroud Fell

 

 

And because Saudi, Qatar, and Turkey left you alone?

 

In Qusayr, you had all rebels united, a united-front was fighting Hizbullah, the entire west, Israel and puppet states in the Gulf were behind you! You received money, weapons, girls-for-marriage and 10s of other things coming towards you... YOU STILL LOST.

 

Stop making excuses,

Stop mourning and moaning,

Stop being so sectarian,

Stop appealing and appeasing to the west, Israel, Ahle Saud and etc... they are/were just using you,

Stop dreaming of killing the entire Shia masses across the globe,

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Why Yabroud Fell

 

Sunday, March 16, 2014

 

Yabroud fell because the rebels were busy fighting ISIS. Because they don't have enough resources to fight the regime and ISIS, because ISIS was moving into the liberated areas and cutting people's heads off for listening to music or smoking. Because the regime is being supported by Hezbullah and Shiite militias from Iraq that are paid for by Iran and that Iran is giving the Syrian regime technical advice, expertise and weaponry, and that Russia, which is now occupying parts of Ukraine, has torpedoed every effort by the international community to prevent "foreign intervention" in Syria, the type of foreign intervention that is unpalatable to Western leftists and not to be confused with the foreign intervention of Russia in Ukraine or Iran in Syria. But that is alright because the West is backing these rebels according to the conspiracy theorists, and they are being told to cut off people's heads and incite sectarianism, not the sectarianism of a regime that shells mosques and slits the throats of children in Sunni villages. The other sectarianism that is alright to mention because you won't be labelled a sectarian yourself for calling it out. And of course the West is worried about chemical weapons, or any weapons, falling into the wrong hands. The same wrong hands that the conspiracy theorists think the West is funding, but they're not really funding, because if they were funding them then the rebels would have been able to fight both ISIS and the Syrian regime at the same time. But they couldn't, so they fought ISIS during the time when Assad and Hezbullah were mounting their campaign near the Lebanese border. And that is why Yabroud has fallen. Thank you for reading. Good night.

http://www.maysaloon...l.html?spref=tw

 

 

LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!!!! You denied it at first by saying "Nothing to see here folks... Move along..." and now your sending in reasons as to why it fell

 

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Why Yabroud Fell

 

Sunday, March 16, 2014

 

Yabroud fell because the rebels were busy fighting ISIS. Because they don't have enough resources to fight the regime and ISIS, because ISIS was moving into the liberated areas and cutting people's heads off for listening to music or smoking.

 

 

All that garbage that person wrote in his/her blog would make sense if the ISIS was actually fighting in or even near Yabroud. See this map: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Syrian_civil_war_detailed_map

 

The ISIS is mainly in Syria's north, fighting the Kurds and government held and other terrorist held areas (around ar-Raqqah). Yabroud was the last place where the terrorists would pour in and get their supplies from Lebanon. These terrorists were NOT ISIS and were NOT even fighting them in that area. What a stupid blog...

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Breeze is correct about one thing: Syria does not control its borders and thereby cannot cut-off supplies to the terrorists.

 

The tricky one will be the border with Jordan where all the support comes though from the US.

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^This is what I do not get. If you are Syria, why not, rather than taking the major cities first, take control of the borders? In other words, Why not from the borders inwards rather than the inside outwards?

 

For any foreign infested terror invasion, its best not to control your border before securing the major population areas. Once major populations areas are quiet and secure, then they should go after border after border to keep the armies of huns at bay.

 

Also in long run, I guess, Syria would like to "control" its borders with "managed chaos". Because once the borders are not "in Syrian control" they are open for export of what was forced on them back to Saudi, Jordan, and Turkey. 

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its a forum, lighten up! and if u dont know what normal ppl is in the middle east then u dont really know islam! u are just defending a bizarre political clique.

 

normal ppl are normal ppl. 3waam (ordinary masses). theres even a word for it in arabic! people who just want to live normal lives in freedom and peace. ..

 

the normal ppl. in the middle east are the moderate muslims like FSA, muslim bro hood, and similar. yeah they are sunnis, yeah they arent perfect and their organizations can be weird in some way, but they are THE PEOPLE.

 

FSA is a moderate organization. we believe you.

 

http://eaworldview.com/2013/08/syria-feature-which-insurgents-captured-the-menagh-airbase/

Edited by Logic

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