Saturday, 28 November 2015

Syrian army is taking back Lattakia from USA terrorists.

With the help of the Russian Air Force, Iranian ground troops and Hezb Allah dedicated units, the Syrian army has cleared most of Lattakia from American, Turkish, Saudi and Qatari terrorist forces according to on the spot FARS news agency reporters-our own observers confirm.

With the terrorist supply lines from Turkey cut off, hundreds of so called ISIL, Jabhat Al Nusra, Geish Al Gihad, Al Shabab, Yarmouk Martyr's Brigade and Turkmen terrorists have either surrendered to the Syrian army pleading for pardon or have been killed. Hundreds of tons of armaments air dropped by American transporters for the terrorists have been seized by the Syrian army. In other fronts, the Syrian army has captured hundreds of terrorists dressed in women's apparel as they tried  to escape back into Turkey- this has been a source of amusement for battle weary Syrian coalition soldiers. A convoy of 300 trucks loaded with crude oil stolen from Syrian fields destined for Turkey and ultimately EU and the USA have been destroyed by the Russian Air Force, all 300 trucks had Turkish and EU license plates.  In other developments the Russian Air Force has destroyed 150 Hamvees and 64 M1 Abrams tanks supplied to ISIL by the USA. The Russian Air force also destroyed a warehouse containing 200 brand new Japanese assembled Toyota Tacoma utilities outfitted with high calibre machine guns supplied by Japan via Turkey. 
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TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army and the National Defense Forces (NDF) seized back more strategic areas in the Northern parts of Lattakia province on Saturday.
The Syrian forces regained control of al-Markashileh and Jab al-Ahmar regions after several days of fierce clashes with the militants in Lattakia countryside.
The army units, NDF forces and Hezbollah fighters also seized a large number of mortar shells, missiles and Saudi military uniforms from the terrorists' military bases during the mop-up operations.
The Syrian troops have seized several villages and towns during their recent operations in Lattakia province over past days.
Also earlier today, the Syrian forces pushed back the militant groups in another region in the Northern parts of Lattakia and restored full security to al-Rahmalia and al-Khidr hills.
The Syrian forces' operations in the Northern parts of Lattakia, near the border with Turkey, have gained much success in recent days and the Takfiri militant groups are retreating from most of their positions.
The sources further added that the militant groups had suffered heavy death toll and damage on their military grid in the Syrian forces' operations.
On Friday, the Syrian army and popular forces, with the Russian aerial back up, pushed back the militant groups from Tal Sifah and Tal al-Malouha in the Northern countryside of Lattakia province.
The Syrian forces and the Russian fighter jets stormed the militant groups in the Northern part of the coastal province of Lattakia and restored security to Tal Sifah and Tal al-Malouha after killing or wounding scores of the terrorists.


Sat Nov 28, 2015 12:3
Syrian Forces, Allies Launch Quayratayn Liberating Operation in Homs
TEHRAN (FNA)- Military sources announced on Saturday that the Syrian Army, the National Defense Forces (NDF) and Hezbollah fighters, backed up by the Russian air force, launched a large-scale operation to capture the strategic town of Quayratayn form the ISIL in Homs province.
The sources said that the pro-government forces moved fast in pushing back the ISIL terrorists from their positions near the villages of Muntar Armilah and Thaniyah, just a few kilometers from Quayratayn.
Battlefield reports said the Syrian forces are now in full control of these villages, adding that the ISIL has sustained a heavy death toll in the army's operation.
On Monday, the Syrian army and the NDF fighters, backed up by the Russian air force, pushed back ISIL's fresh troops from Maheen in the Eastern part of Homs and completed their control over the strategic town.
The ISIL suffered heavy death toll in the Syrian forces' operation, and left behind many dead members and fled the battlefront.
According to the battlefield sources, the Syrian army and its allies are to advance toward Quayratayn town.

Iraq's Ex-National Security Adviser: ISIL Selling Crude for $20 per Barrel to Turkey
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraq's Former National Security Adviser Mowaffak al-Rubaie disclosed Ankara's all-out support for the ISIL, and said that the Takfiri terrorist group is selling his country's crude to Turkey at a very cheap price.
"An example of Turkey's support for the ISIL is that it is purchasing oil of the Muslim countries of Iraq and Syria at $20 per barrel," Rubaie, who is now a senior legislator at the Iraqi parliament, said on Saturday.
He said the new recruits of the ISIL meet the terrorist group's leader in Istanbul and are then sent to Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria via Turkish borders.
"The wounded ISIL terrorists are treated in Turkish hospitals while the Turkish security officials completely ignore the flow of terrorists from Turkey into Syria and the Northern parts of Iraq," Rubaie added, mentioning a number of cases of Turkey's support for the ISIL.
On Friday, Egypt's veteran journalist and politician Muhammad Hassanein Heikal underlined that the Turkish government is a staunch supporter of the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group.
"There are no differences between Turkey and the ISIL, but on the contrary they have agreed to strike the positions of the Kurdistan's Workers Party (PKK)," Heikal wrote on his Twitter account.
Political observers have on numerous occasions announced that the ISIL gains between $40 million to $50 million per month from the sales of oil the terrorist group illegally extracts from the oilfields of Iraq and Syria.
In August, the European media published information showing that a joint British-Turkish company refines and sells the oil extracted by the ISIL.

Political Activist: West's Support for the Bahraini dictatorial regime will not prevent its collapse.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ala'a al-Hosseini, a Bahraini political activist, blasted the western countries for rendering support for the Manama regime, and said the demise of Al Khalifa regime is imminent.
"The Western, specially the US, supports will not make the Bahraini regime immune from collapse," Ala'a al-Hosseini told FNA on Saturday.
The Bahraini activist reiterated that the people of his country will never give up their peaceful protests until the cruel Al-Khalifa dynasty is toppled.
Al-Hosseini pointed to the silence of certain countries in the face of the cruel suppression of the Bahraini nation, and said, "It seems that these regimes have common interests with the Al Khalifa."
"The Al Khalifa regime continues to suppress the popular protests as the American and Brazilian companies continue exporting weapons and poisonous gases to Bahrain in exchange for Saudi Arabia's petrodollars," the political activist added.
Earlier this month, a prominent Bahraini political activist underlined that the Manama regime is by no means accountable to its crimes, massacre and torture of Bahrain's people.
"Evading the responsibility for the massacre, torture and harassment of the Bahraini citizens shows that people's blood is the least important thing to the Bahraini regime," Sa'ad al-Ghureifi told FNA.
He reiterated that the Al Khalifa regime deliberately kills the Bahraini citizens and then ignores everything it has done.
"The Manama regime's security forces kidnap people from their homes to torture them and kill them; they even resort to poisonous gases for dispersing the protesters... ," Al-Ghureifi added, complaining about the Al-Khalifa regime's genocidal acts in Bahrain and the world community's deafening silence over these crimes.
Anti-government protesters have been holding peaceful demonstrations across Bahrain since mid-February 2011, calling for an end to the al-Khalifa dynasty.
Violence against the defenseless people escalated after a Saudi-led conglomerate of police, security and military forces from the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) member states - Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Oman and Qatar - were dispatched to the tiny Persian Gulf kingdom on March 2011, to help Manama crack down on peaceful protestors.
So far, hundreds of protesters have been killed, hundreds more have gone missing and thousands of others have been injured and arrested.
Bahrain's Human Rights Center announced in a statement recently that the government has deprived nationality of 200 Bahraini people, including independent journalists, political activists and lawyers.

Sat Nov 28, 2015 11:58
With USA's terrorist squads in retreat, the Syrian National Army  is liberating more and more lands in Lattakia and environs
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian Army and the country's National Defense Forces (NDF) have pushed back the militant groups in the Northern part of the coastal province of Lattakia and have restored full security to al-Rahmalia and al-Khidr hills, sources said on Saturday.
The sources said that the pro-government forces' operations in the Northern part of Lattakia, near border with Turkey, have been successfully carried out in the recent days and the Takfiri militant groups are retreating from most of their position.
The sources further added that the militant groups have suffered heavy death toll and damage on their military grid in the Syrian forces' operations.
On Friday, the Syrian army and popular forces, with the Russian aerial back up, pushed back the militant groups from Tal Sifah and Tal al-Malouha in the Northern countryside of Lattakia province.
The sources said that the pro-government forces and the Russian fighter jets stormed the militant groups in the Northern part of the coastal province of Lattakia and restored security to Tal Sifah and Tal al-Malouha after killing or wounding scores of USA's terrorists.





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