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Re: Middle East News

Postby Fletch » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:34 pm

The honourable and trustworthy West.

Trump’s Rules of Engagement for Troops at US-Mexico Border Mirror Those Used By the IDF in Gaza

The intent behind Trump’s new rules of engagement and considerable militarization of the U.S. border appears to be greenlighting the U.S. military to function as an IDF-style military police force whenever the next “threat” emerges, whether it be “foreign invaders” or “internal enemies.”

http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/50561.htm
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Re: Middle East News

Postby Fletch » Wed Nov 07, 2018 3:36 pm

The honourable and trustworthy West.

Yemen Girl Who Turned World’s Eyes to Famine Is Dead

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Another Proud Day For Western "Civilization"

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Re: Middle East News

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ISRAELI FORCES INJURED OVER 20 PALESTINIANS PROTESTING AGAINST ISRAELI MARITIME BLOCKADE ON GAZA

On November 5th, Israeli forces injured more than 20 Palestinians during a demonstration against Tel-Aviv’s decade-long maritime blockade on Gaza.

Palestinians organized a protest in support of a new flotilla titled “Freedom Ship 15” that set sail from the port of Gaza in an attempt to go through the Israeli maritime blockage. Israeli forces fired tear gas and live ammunition at the crowd.

PressTV reported that approximately 40 fishing boats joined the flotilla, organized by Gaza’s National Committee for Breaking the Siege. The flotilla sailed to the northern coastal border of the Gaza Strip, however it was reportedly forced ashore by Israeli forces.

Those injured were transferred to the Indonesian and al-Shifa hospitals to receive the necessary medical treatment; their conditions were reported as moderate.

https://southfront.org/israeli-forces-i ... e-on-gaza/

Not a peep about the cruelty towards the world's largest open air prison in the western msm. :shake head:
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Re: Middle East News

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MEMBER OF ISRAELI PARLIAMENT’S DEFENSE COMMITTEE ADMITS NO ISRAELI STRIKES ON SYRIA SINCE S-300 DELIVERY

Ksenia Svetlova, a member of the Israeli parliament’s defense committee, revealed that Israeli warplanes had not approached Syria’s airspace since Russia supplied the Syrian military with S-300 air defense systems.

“There hasn’t been a single mission since Syria received S-300s. The S-300 has changed the balance of power in the region,” she told media on November 5.

Svetlova’s remarks went contrary to speculations widely spreaded by mainstream media outlets in late October. On October 29, Reuters reported citing “the senior official, who could not be named” that warplanes of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) had continued attacks on targets in Syria even after the downing of the Russian Il-20 military plane on September 17.

Svetlova’s statement is another confiration that the Reuters article was a common example of fake news.

https://southfront.org/member-of-israel ... -delivery/

Israel has struck in Syria since Russia plane downed-Israeli official

Israel has carried out attacks in Syria since the accidental shooting down of a Russian surveillance plane last month, a senior Israeli official said on Monday.

https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-israe ... KKCN1N3256

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Isn't Reuters the Rothschild outfit... :whistle:
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Re: Middle East News

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IN SPECIAL OPERATION: SYRIAN ARMY FREES REMAINING AL-SUWAYDA HOSTAGES FROM ISIS

On November 8, the Syrian Special Forces freed all the remaining al-Suwayda hostages from the ISIS hands during a special security operation in the eastern Homs countryside, according to the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA).

The state-run news agency didn’t provide further information about the special operation. However, Syrian pro-government activists believe that Russia Special Forces may have played a role in the supposed operation, especially that they were deployed in al-Suwayda earlier.

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The hostages were abducted on July 25 during a brutal attack by ISIS terrorists on several villages in the eastern al-Suwayda countryside. Back then, more than 250 civilians and local fighters were killed.

https://southfront.org/in-special-opera ... sis-video/

Great news, go Syria, Russia and allies :canny:
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Re: Middle East News

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CAPTURED ISIS MEMBER REVEALS HOW ISIS IN AL-SAFA RECEIVED SUPPORT FROM US-LED COALITION BASE AT AL-TANAF

An ISIS fighter, who was captured by the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) during the special operation to free al-Suwayda hostages, revealed that the terrorist group’s cells in the area of al-Safa are receiving direct military support from the US-led coalition base in the border area of al-Tanaf.

We received supplies from the U.S. base in al-Tanaf through Abu Audi, his brother Saeed and Abu Ali al-Buri (al-Badui), he is a member of ISIS, he provided us with vehicles and 23mm machineguns,” the captured ISIS member, Abu Abdullah Mayadin, told Syrian reporters on November 9.

Furthermore, Abu Abdullah revealed that many terrorists from Iraq, Turkey, Russia’s Ingushetia, India and Uzbekistan are fighting on the ISIS side in al-Safa. Previously it was thought that the terrorists there are only Syrians and Palestinians.

The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) released two photos, which had been extracted from Abu Abdullah smartphone. In the first photo, the terrorist is holding a US-made M16 assault rifle equipped with a US-made Trijicon scope. The second photo shows the terrorist carrying what was identified as a Chinese-made FN-6 Man-portable air-defense (MANPAD) system.

Abu Abdullah’s statement and the photos recovered from his smartphone confirm that the U.S. and its allies had supported the terrorist group in a direct and an indirect way from the al-Tanaf base. Moscow and Damascus pointed out this kind of U.S. activities in the al-Tanaf area multiple times during the last two years. However, Washington is not going to abandon its military base at the Syrian-Iraqi border because it plays an important role in the US strategy to oppose the growth of Iranian and Russian influence in Syria.

https://southfront.org/captured-isis-me ... af-photos/

Not a peep from the western msm. Maybe those who like to accuse others of siding with terrorists will be condemning the US and allies this time...

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Re: Middle East News

Postby Fletch » Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:21 am

US-LED COALITION REPORTEDLY KILLS DOZENS OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN IN ISIS-HELD HAJIN (

More than 40 civilians were killed when US-led coalition warplanes carried out a series of heavy airstrikes on the ISIS-held town of Hajin in the middle Euphrates River Valley, according to the ISIS-linked news agency Amaq.

More than 50 airstrikes were conducted by international coalition warplanes on Hajin in Deri Ezzor countryside yesterday,” Amaq said in a press release on November 9.

https://southfront.org/us-led-coalition ... eld-hajin/

How about now?

(remember Aleppo?) :dunno:
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Re: Middle East News

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US-HELD AREA OF AT-TANF ONCE AGAIN APPEARS TO BE ‘ISIS-WELCOME’ ZONE IN SYRIA

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On November 8, the Syrian Special Forces rescued a group of hostages from ISIS during a military operation in the Hamimah area in the eastern part of Homs province.

At least 30 hostages were captured by ISIS in an attack on the government-held area in eastern al-Suwayda on July 25. A part of them, 6 people, was freed by ISIS in September in the framework of a local deal between the terrorist group and the Damascus government. However, after

The most strange thing in this development is where the hostages were rescued. As it was noted by multiple persons following the conflict, Hamimah (Humaymah) is located far away (over 250km) from the area, where the hostages were captured or where ISIS positions in eastern al-Suwayda are located [al-Safa].

The map above allows to see that Hamimah (Humaymah) and al-Safa are separated by the so-called “security zone” imposed by the US-led coalition near its military garrison in at-Tanf.

The Russian and Syrian militaries have repeatedly warned that the al-Tanf zone are being used by terrorist groups, including ISIS, as a rear base and a foothold to carry out attacks on government-held areas. The ISIS safe haven is actively protected by US-led coalition forces, which threaten any Syrian Army troops deploying close to the al-Tanf zone. The formal justification of these actions is that Syrian government troops as well as Iranian-backed forces in Syria pose a threat to US-backed “democratic” militant groups and US troops deployed near the at-Tanf garrison.

https://southfront.org/us-held-area-of- ... -in-syria/

No?
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Re: Middle East News

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THOUSANDS OF CORPSES FROM US-LED AIRSTRIKES FOUND UNDER RAQQA RUBBLE

The bodies of over 8,000 Syrians killed in bombing raids by the US-led coalition have been found in mass graves in Syria’s Raqqa after the rubble was partially cleared away, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.

According to the diplomat, the statistics turned out to be in stark contrast with “the hysterical reaction expressed by the US and other Western countries with respect to protecting Syrians’ rights,” and “the information provided in recent reports by various Western NGOs on the situation in Raqqa.”

The Raqqa Governorate and its capital of the same name served as the main outpost for the Islamic State terror group in Syria. The city of Raqqa was recaptured from the terrorists last October by predominately-Kurdish units, which form part of the Syrian Democratic Forces backed by the US-led coalition.

Moscow and Damascus have drawn attention to the situation in Raqqa on numerous occasions. On November 29, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that the US and its allies were trying “to hide the dire consequences of their military operation” to liberate the Syrian city. For its part, Damascus sent a letter to the UN, which laid the blame for the bloody carnage on the US-led coalition, whose air raids claimed thousands of lives, while the city itself was razed to the ground.

https://southfront.org/thousands-of-cor ... qa-rubble/

Enough yet?

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Re: Middle East News

Postby LordRaven » Sat Nov 10, 2018 10:08 pm

Fletch wrote:THOUSANDS OF CORPSES FROM US-LED AIRSTRIKES FOUND UNDER RAQQA RUBBLE

The bodies of over 8,000 Syrians killed in bombing raids by the US-led coalition have been found in mass graves in Syria’s Raqqa after the rubble was partially cleared away, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.

According to the diplomat, the statistics turned out to be in stark contrast with “the hysterical reaction expressed by the US and other Western countries with respect to protecting Syrians’ rights,” and “the information provided in recent reports by various Western NGOs on the situation in Raqqa.”

The Raqqa Governorate and its capital of the same name served as the main outpost for the Islamic State terror group in Syria. The city of Raqqa was recaptured from the terrorists last October by predominately-Kurdish units, which form part of the Syrian Democratic Forces backed by the US-led coalition.

Moscow and Damascus have drawn attention to the situation in Raqqa on numerous occasions. On November 29, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that the US and its allies were trying “to hide the dire consequences of their military operation” to liberate the Syrian city. For its part, Damascus sent a letter to the UN, which laid the blame for the bloody carnage on the US-led coalition, whose air raids claimed thousands of lives, while the city itself was razed to the ground.

https://southfront.org/thousands-of-cor ... qa-rubble/

Enough yet?

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Do you watch anything other than retarded?
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Re: Middle East News

Postby Rolluplostinspace » Sun Nov 11, 2018 4:25 am

Training Saudi pilots at RAF Valley will 'stretch police force beyond capacity'
Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones claims their presence will put an additional strain on the North Wales force

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north- ... y-15349969
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Re: Middle East News

Postby Fletch » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:20 pm

Rolluplostinspace wrote:Training Saudi pilots at RAF Valley will 'stretch police force beyond capacity'
Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones claims their presence will put an additional strain on the North Wales force

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north- ... y-15349969


The revelation that Saudi military pilots are still being trained at RAF Valley on Anglesey has been met with disapproval by the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Arfon Jones.

Mr Jones has raised concerns regarding their ongoing training at the base after it came to light on Monday that they were still being trained in the area despite the Saudi-led war in Yemen and the recent assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

He now fears that the presence of the air force of a "brutal regime" will put an additional strain on North Wales Police and will leave the force "stretched beyond their capacity".


So the outcry over Khashoggi was just for public consumption then. Tories do love their despotic regimes :shake head:
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Re: Middle East News

Postby Fletch » Sun Nov 11, 2018 5:27 pm

LordRaven wrote:
Fletch wrote:THOUSANDS OF CORPSES FROM US-LED AIRSTRIKES FOUND UNDER RAQQA RUBBLE

The bodies of over 8,000 Syrians killed in bombing raids by the US-led coalition have been found in mass graves in Syria’s Raqqa after the rubble was partially cleared away, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on Thursday.

According to the diplomat, the statistics turned out to be in stark contrast with “the hysterical reaction expressed by the US and other Western countries with respect to protecting Syrians’ rights,” and “the information provided in recent reports by various Western NGOs on the situation in Raqqa.”

The Raqqa Governorate and its capital of the same name served as the main outpost for the Islamic State terror group in Syria. The city of Raqqa was recaptured from the terrorists last October by predominately-Kurdish units, which form part of the Syrian Democratic Forces backed by the US-led coalition.

Moscow and Damascus have drawn attention to the situation in Raqqa on numerous occasions. On November 29, Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said that the US and its allies were trying “to hide the dire consequences of their military operation” to liberate the Syrian city. For its part, Damascus sent a letter to the UN, which laid the blame for the bloody carnage on the US-led coalition, whose air raids claimed thousands of lives, while the city itself was razed to the ground.

https://southfront.org/thousands-of-cor ... qa-rubble/

Enough yet?

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Do you watch anything other than retarded?


What has that got to do with the west arming, training and supporting terrorists then bombing a city to the ground without any care for civilians whilst the west complain bitterly about Russia and Syria 'killing civilians'? The usual accuse the other side of what you are doing.

You suck up the msm propaganda and cite Muslims as the problem, claiming they have been fighting for thousands of years and now is no different when in fact it is the west creating, training, arming and supporting mercenaries to overthrow legitimate governments and destabilise countries.
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Re: Middle East News

Postby wutang » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:20 pm

Fletch wrote:
Rolluplostinspace wrote:Training Saudi pilots at RAF Valley will 'stretch police force beyond capacity'
Crime Commissioner Arfon Jones claims their presence will put an additional strain on the North Wales force

https://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north- ... y-15349969


The revelation that Saudi military pilots are still being trained at RAF Valley on Anglesey has been met with disapproval by the North Wales Police and Crime Commissioner, Arfon Jones.

Mr Jones has raised concerns regarding their ongoing training at the base after it came to light on Monday that they were still being trained in the area despite the Saudi-led war in Yemen and the recent assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

He now fears that the presence of the air force of a "brutal regime" will put an additional strain on North Wales Police and will leave the force "stretched beyond their capacity".


So the outcry over Khashoggi was just for public consumption then. Tories do love their despotic regimes :shake head:


Welsh Labour showing themselves to be turds by defending it.

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Re: Middle East News

Postby LordRaven » Sun Nov 11, 2018 9:38 pm

Fletch wrote:Raven posting far right tropes and using ancient history as justification for FUKUS regime changes in the 21st century... :roll:


Really? I cannot recall doing that but you can carry on believing your own nonsense if you wish.
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