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Igilovtsy trying to take Deir ez-Zor

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Syrian sources report that the day before the ISIL militants (banned in the Russian Federation) attempted to attack the positions of the SAR government forces in Deir ez-Zor. Igilovtsy used offensive tactics from several directions (north-west and south) and used armored vehicles stuffed with explosives to overcome the advanced positions of the SAR army.


The igilovtsy were attacked not only by the suburbs of Deir-ez-Zor, but also by the airfield, which is a strategically important object of the province. The military contingent of the airfield has been holding back frequent attacks by militants for more than a year and a half, ensuring access to the city of food, weapons and ammunition to confront terrorists.

Igilovtsy trying to take Deir ez-Zor


ISIS fighters in Deir ez-Zor and on the approaches to it are confronted by the forces of the 123-th brigade of the armed forces of Syria. As a result of several blows, the terrorists first managed to take control of three villages near Deir ez-Zor, but then the fighters of the 123 Brigade regained control over the settlements that had been lost.

According to the Syrian military command, about the 70 IG terrorists were destroyed during the battles, the Syrian army also suffered some serious losses - 20 killed and more than 30 wounded.

According to the latest data, fighting in the Deir ez-Zor area continues.
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  1. Banishing liberoids
    Banishing liberoids 15 January 2017 07: 43
    +7
    The Syrians lack catastrophic forces, which is why such trampling is in place. Yes, and who needs to decide whether to negotiate or help in the war against terrorism, for example, if there is aviation, why is it so rarely used?
    1. Teberii
      Teberii 15 January 2017 07: 48
      +4
      Here is who benefitted from a truce, all over again. Most likely this is not the last episode.
      1. Semurg
        Semurg 15 January 2017 08: 04
        +6
        Quote: Teberii
        Here is who benefitted from a truce, all over again. Most likely this is not the last episode.

        No one declared a truce.
        1. EDDI 76
          EDDI 76 15 January 2017 08: 30
          +1
          and who was leaving Aleppo? Uzbeks?
          1. Blackmokona
            Blackmokona 15 January 2017 08: 49
            +5
            SSA left, ISIS never existed in Allepo.
            1. Stirbjorn
              Stirbjorn 15 January 2017 09: 29
              +8
              Quote: BlackMokona
              SSA left, ISIS never existed in Allepo.
              here the bulk does not see the difference between them - that ISIS, that SSA and other moderate, that even Hezbollah - bearded men and to wet everyone fellow laughing
              1. alexmach
                alexmach 15 January 2017 12: 51
                +1
                And can it be said that they are so wrong?
                1. Blackmokona
                  Blackmokona 15 January 2017 13: 29
                  +3
                  Do you propose bombing Hezbollah?
                  1. alexmach
                    alexmach 15 January 2017 17: 21
                    +4
                    There is such a Jacob Kedmi, he once expressed a reasonable idea that one should not be friends with some terrorists against others (Hezbola for Jews is a terrorist organization). The truth is in his words.

                    Look how people run from SSA to ISIS, it’s interesting, but they don’t run from Assad’s army? But the Shiites will not execute a blow to us in the back after some time?

                    And so, I do not offer anything ...
                    1. Ivanov17
                      Ivanov17 15 January 2017 18: 07
                      +3
                      There is such an Efraim Halevi. Your Yakov Kedmi’s colleague, with whom Solovyov will soon drag all the kagal from Earth to the Russian TV, ex-director of the Israeli Mossad intelligence service, Efraim Halevi in ​​an interview with Al-Jazeera, admitted that Israel supports the Front Nusra ”, providing them with treatment in their hospitals. This sensational confession confirms the information leaked to the media that Israel, along with Jordan, one way or another, provides the southern rear of the "Syrian armed opposition" in the war against Assad.

                      When asked about the legitimacy of providing medical assistance to terrorists from the Syrian al-Qaeda, Efraim Galevi, who had also headed the Israeli Security Council, referred to the humanitarian aspect, stating the need for a “human relationship” with the enemies. At the same time, the retired intelligence officer abandoned "humanism" in relation to the Lebanese Hezbollah, on the grounds that Al-Qaeda did not attack Israel. "

                      However, Efraim Halevi formulated the main motive as follows: “the rules in Syria are such that you can do things that are impossible in other places,” thereby recognizing Israel’s double play against Syria. Officially, Israel is neutral in the Syrian conflict. Nevertheless, the occupation of the southern provinces of Syria, in particular, Kuneitra, which borders on Israel, serves as a convincing illustration of the fact that militants from the "armed opposition" receive assistance from abroad ...... Recognition of the Ninth Director of Mossad confirmation in a recent revelation of the leader of one of the allied Front Al-Nusra opposition groups Abi Ammarat. After the destruction of part of the Syrian al-Qaeda’s battalion commanders in Idlib province by American drones in early January, he accused the Al-Nusra Front leadership of collaborating with Israel.

                      In his tweeter, he said that the management of the military operations of the "opposition" in southern Syria, including on the border with Israel, is carried out from the American base in Amman. Initially, the Pentagon planned to use the base in Jordan in organizing the intervention from the south, with the organization of a 500-kilometer no-fly zone to support the "moderate militants" according to the Libyan scenario. However, after the decision to arrange a protracted conflict in Syria, it is used as a base for the southern front of the militants ....
                      American, Turkish, Saudi, Jordanian and Israeli officers serving here are engaged in the operational management of militant gangs in the provinces of Quneitra, Deraa and Suweida, providing militants with weapons, including on the border with Israel. All this sheds light on an international conspiracy against Syria, into which its closest neighbors have become involved. Israel is still in a state of war with Syria since the time of Hafez al-Assad and is acting against Syria in a wartime regime .... promised to brainwash. " values. "So one must be careful with the Jews, and listening to them is all the more harmful
                      1. alexmach
                        alexmach 15 January 2017 22: 05
                        +2
                        I wanted to put a plus for an interesting comment, but having counted to the last paragraph I somehow changed my mind.
              2. Ivanov17
                Ivanov17 15 January 2017 18: 01
                +1
                Hezbollah is officially an ally of the Russian Federation and Syria. The enemy of Israel. Satan had heard enough of the Scandinavians?
                Quote: Stirbjorn
                Quote: BlackMokona
                SSA left, ISIS never existed in Allepo.
                here the bulk does not see the difference between them - that ISIS, that SSA and other moderate, that even Hezbollah - bearded men and to wet everyone fellow laughing
                1. stalkerwalker
                  stalkerwalker 15 January 2017 19: 25
                  +4
                  Quote: ivanov17
                  Hezbollah is officially an ally of the Russian Federation

                  Who else are in our allies? Peshmerga? The Taliban?
                  fool
                  1. Ivanov17
                    Ivanov17 16 January 2017 12: 52
                    0
                    The Russian Foreign Ministry maintains official contacts with Hezbollah and they are allies in deed. They remembered the Peshmerga after the SU-24 shot down by the Turks. And Tel Aviv is an ally "in words."
                  2. Ivanov17
                    Ivanov17 16 January 2017 12: 59
                    0
                    At the final stage of his three-day visit to Lebanon, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov met with Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hasan Nasrallah. The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Lebanon Alexander Zasypkin. One should not be malicious about Hezbollah. These are not Papuans with spears. It is not for nothing that Israelis write "boiling water" at their mention. This is an "instrument" of pressure on Jews, their "nightmare "
                2. Stirbjorn
                  Stirbjorn 15 January 2017 20: 38
                  +1
                  Quote: ivanov17
                  Hezbollah is officially an ally of the Russian Federation and Syria. The enemy of Israel. Satan had heard enough of the Scandinavians?

                  Yes?! wassat - Who officially announced this? Our Foreign Ministry, Shoigu or GDP itself? Well then, are we letting our official ally Israel bomb on Syrian territory ?! laughing
                3. Stirbjorn
                  Stirbjorn 15 January 2017 20: 45
                  0
                  by the way another surprise fellow
                  Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is not Russia's ally in the sense that the United States is Turkey's ally. Moscow will support any form of government in Syria, which the Syrians themselves agree on. This was stated by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in an interview with RIA Novosti.
                  "Assad is not our ally, by the way. Yes, we support him in the fight against terrorism and in preserving the Syrian state. But he is not an ally in the sense that Turkey is an ally of the United States."
            2. Wolverine
              Wolverine 15 January 2017 15: 14
              0
              And how did they differ from ISIS if local residents were killed, executed and starved, or were others fired at the hospital?
              1. Stirbjorn
                Stirbjorn 15 January 2017 15: 34
                +3
                Yes, there have long been all killing each other, starving and shelling the hospital, including SAA. If the difference is not visible, what are we doing in this snake ball then ?!
      2. 210ox
        210ox 15 January 2017 08: 27
        0
        Unfortunately, the war was there for a long time. Syria was turned into Afghanistan, if not worse.
      3. Monarchist
        Monarchist 15 January 2017 09: 34
        +3
        Tiberii. Alas, this will happen again and again and again: B In these barmalei, as they say, 100 (****) are not needed, but they have a lot of obvious and secret patrons to be reckoned with. When the situation in Russia changes (now we are at pariah) then the barmalei will be Trindets
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 15 January 2017 09: 54
          +5
          Quote: Monarchist
          When the situation in Russia changes (now we are at pariah) then the barmalei will be Trindets

          I don’t understand one thing:
          - Is it the Russian Federation that must defeat the barmaley for Assad (there was a need, it would seem ...)?
          - or does Assad still have some kind of army whose main task is to crush the barmalei? But does the Russian Federation render some help at the request of Assad?
          1. teder
            teder 15 January 2017 10: 05
            +4
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            Quote: Monarchist
            When the situation in Russia changes (now we are at pariah) then the barmalei will be Trindets

            I don’t understand one thing:
            - Is it the Russian Federation that must defeat the barmaley for Assad (there was a need, it would seem ...)?
            - or does Assad still have some kind of army whose main task is to crush the barmalei? But does the Russian Federation render some help at the request of Assad?

            the whole problem is that having entered Syria (for several months, as we were told) - the media in Russia turned this war - as it will be, this is the war of Russia.
            Assad did not resist that - but why? Catching Russia into a trap and heating the media with beautiful words led to the fact that any defeat of it is considered in Russia, almost like a defeat of Russia.
            He really likes it because he understands - as long as this situation persists, he will get everything he wants from Russia.
            Absolutely not worried about his measure of responsibility and responsibility of the Syrian armed forces.
            Eastern trick - sing for it, give money, restore - and then what?
            Remember Saddat.
            1. Cat man null
              Cat man null 15 January 2017 11: 32
              +5
              Quote: teder
              The media in Russia turned this war-as it will be a war of Russia

              - inadequate and perceive this
              - fortunately, among those who make real decisions, there are no inadequacies

              Quote: teder
              Assad did not resist that - but why? Having caught Russia in a trap and heated the media with beautiful words, it led to the fact that any defeat of it is considered in Russia, almost like a defeat of Russia

              - I repeat - it is inadequate and it is "considered"
              - the minority is still inadequate
              - "at the top" of those (in relation to this issue, at least) there are none at all

              Quote: teder
              He really likes it because he understands - as long as this situation persists, he will get everything he wants from Russia.
              Absolutely not worried about his measure of responsibility and responsibility of the Syrian armed forces.
              Eastern trick - sing for it, give money, restore - and then what?

              - this is only one of the possible interpretations of current events
              - For example, it seems to me that the only thing is that the SA (not the Soviet, but the Syrian) is simply incapable of combat. And poorly motivated (there is an interfaith war, in general, or something like that). Hence the "war slipshod"
              - It seems to me that the Russian Federation will not go further in Syria than its own interests require. Amertsev moved? Yes. Has the gas pipeline been canceled? Yes. The Turk (modeled sidekicks, huh) pulled into this mess? Yes. Did the troops run in real databases? Yes too ...
              - and no one, it seems, signed up to "rescue Assad". Note that neither the Foreign Ministry, nor the President seem to have anything to do with what is happening in Syria ... and Assad is nobody ...

              Here's something like IMHA. And, IMHO, everyone is doing the right thing so far yes
              1. commbatant
                commbatant 15 January 2017 15: 18
                0
                I completely agree, the Russian Federation needs control over the coast of the SAR and all ...
    2. Vita vko
      Vita vko 15 January 2017 07: 51
      +5
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      If aviation is, why is it so rarely used?

      Aviation, unfortunately, is not weatherproof. Terrorists have learned to use adverse weather conditions to organize attacks. The Syrian army really lacks strength. Let's hope that 23 in Astana will be able to agree with the opposition on a joint fight against the Ishilovites and the Nusrava.
      1. Monarchist
        Monarchist 15 January 2017 09: 44
        +2
        Vita Vko. I would be glad to make a mistake, but such a northern character has become of me that I doubt it and am waiting for a dirty trick.
        Let's see who is going there and with what moods.
    3. Alex_Rarog
      Alex_Rarog 15 January 2017 07: 53
      +1
      By the fact that the same aviation has a resource ... there may be civilian objects nearby and so on ....
    4. rotmistr60
      rotmistr60 15 January 2017 07: 55
      +3
      if there is aviation, why is it so rarely used?

      Could not always be given messages about sorties? Although it is true that in recent years there have been less and less messages and videos from the Moscow Region about the actions of the videoconferencing. The situation is strange, especially against the backdrop of statements that the Russian air forces have completed their task.
      1. novobranets
        novobranets 15 January 2017 08: 32
        +4
        Quote: rotmistr60
        The situation is strange, especially against the backdrop of statements that the Russian air forces have completed their task.

        I think that the situation is normal, against the background of information about the supply of MANPADS to the barmaley. Let the Syrians also strain a little, defending their land, they are fighting, to be honest, carelessly. And then they have already reached the point that the so-called "moderate" demand Russia to send ground troops. Soon they will completely sit on the neck. Can they still be adopted?
      2. teder
        teder 15 January 2017 09: 01
        +1
        Quote: rotmistr60
        if there is aviation, why is it so rarely used?

        Could not always be given messages about sorties? Although it is true that in recent years there have been less and less messages and videos from the Moscow Region about the actions of the videoconferencing. The situation is strange, especially against the backdrop of statements that the Russian air forces have completed their task.

        the weather is not flying
    5. knn54
      knn54 15 January 2017 09: 05
      +1
      Is it so rarely used?
      Invite the "coalition" aviation - no Deir ez-Zor, no problem.
      Two years under siege-Syrian "Stalingrad". There are no other words. Lions under the command of a LION (General Issam Zahreddin) against hyenas and jackals.
      There would be a hundred professional snipers.
    6. svp67
      svp67 15 January 2017 10: 21
      0
      Quote: Exorcist Liberoids
      The Syrians lack catastrophic forces, which is why such trampling is in place. Yes, and who needs to decide whether to negotiate or help in the war against terrorism, for example, if there is aviation, why is it so rarely used?

      Yes, there is not enough strength capable of fighting "like an adult", and not running at the sight of the barmaley ... The path to Deir ez-Zor lies through Palmyra, but it has not yet been released ...
    7. alone
      alone 15 January 2017 11: 38
      +6
      Yes, there are no large forces there and Syria. There are certain military units devoted to Assad. They are simply assembled into a group and thrown in the right direction. In front are Iranians, hezbollahs, Shiite volunteers from Iraq and Afghanistan, Russian special forces. After the end of operations, all laurels are awarded Assad’s troops. In Palmyra, it was also like this. They took Palmyra from ISIS above, and the Syrians gave the city back, they would come with huge losses in manpower and equipment.
      This mill will spin too long.
  2. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 15 January 2017 08: 23
    +1
    It seems wild to us, but these are the realities of wars in the Middle East. They can last for decades. We basically did our job, knocked out the war tomahawk from the United States, and put Turkey in its place. Israel should be restrained. But I think with this we will succeed!
    1. teder
      teder 15 January 2017 09: 04
      +3
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      It seems wild to us, but these are the realities of wars in the Middle East. They can last for decades. We basically did our job, knocked out the war tomahawk from the United States, and put Turkey in its place. Israel should be restrained. But I think with this we will succeed!

      the only thing that we did well is to do so - that the war in Syria is our war. this is bad.
      Tk war there for years and years
    2. Semurg
      Semurg 15 January 2017 09: 05
      +10
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      It seems wild to us, but these are the realities of wars in the Middle East. They can last for decades. We basically did our job, knocked out the war tomahawk from the United States, and put Turkey in its place. Israel should be restrained. But I think with this we will succeed!

      How did they put Turkey in its place? The Turks wanted 1) that they would not bombard the Turkmen lands in Syria 2) to create a buffer zone in the north of Syria 3) to water the PKK even in the outhouses of Syria everything seems to have been received, plus a Turkish stream and a nuclear power plant are possible. The Turks today got everything they wanted. The United States wanted a mess in BV, they got it many years in advance. Israel is also in pluses. A country that refused to sign a peace treaty with them was knocked out of the game for a long time. for me, for now, the only ones who did not get what they wanted were those who planned gas routes to southern Europe from the Persian Gulf zone. Yes, Gazprom forgot so far it can continue to smoke bamboo in a great energy power, and of course the most affected are the simple inhabitants of Syria, who are now forced to either wander or live in a country torn in a religious, civil, ethnic war, coupled with external aggression.
      1. Cat man null
        Cat man null 15 January 2017 11: 44
        +2
        Quote: Semurg
        How did they put Turkey in its place? The Turks wanted ...

        - The Turks certainly did not want to fight in Syria
        - and nothing - they are fighting, how sweet ... who have the Leopards burning on their back? And they will burn ...
        - Turkey received a full-blown local war, it’s not for them to inflict Kurds on cities
        - and since Turkey is our "best partner" (terribly cunning), this is good.

        IMHO, yes yes
        1. Semurg
          Semurg 15 January 2017 12: 33
          +4
          Quote: Cat Man Null
          Quote: Semurg
          How did they put Turkey in its place? The Turks wanted ...

          - The Turks certainly did not want to fight in Syria
          - and nothing - they are fighting, how sweet ... who have the Leopards burning on their back? And they will burn ...
          - Turkey received a full-blown local war, it’s not for them to inflict Kurds on cities
          - and since Turkey is our "best partner" (terribly cunning), this is good.

          IMHO, yes yes

          The Turks (Erdogan) wanted to drive (fight) the PKK on the territory of Syria and now they are doing this and are simultaneously creating a buffer zone in northern Syria. It seems that the Turkish military opposed this, but after an unsuccessful military coup Erdogan broke them on the knee. Well, the tanks burn when they get anti-tank missiles at Bochin. It’s the prose of military operations on land .. I don’t say that it’s right or wrong, but it’s seen from my bell tower.
          1. Cat man null
            Cat man null 15 January 2017 12: 38
            +1
            Quote: Semurg
            The Turks (Erdogan) wanted to drive (fight) the PKK in Syria and now they are doing

            - these are the problems of the Turks and Kurds ...

            Quote: Semurg
            and simultaneously create a buffer zone in the north of Syria

            - these are the problems of Assad, not of the Russian Federation.

            Quote: Semurg
            Well, the tanks burn when they get anti-tank missiles in Bochin. This is the prose of military operations on land.

            - the fact is that a tank is a very expensive thing
            - and war, as such, is also a very expensive thing
            - having climbed (climbed) into Syria, the Turks, in fact, "imposed sanctions" on themselves
            - they didn’t solve a single problem, but they created new problems for themselves.

            And this (IMHO) is gut yes
            1. Semurg
              Semurg 15 January 2017 15: 11
              +4
              When the air forces of the Russian Federation bombard the opposition of Assad in all sorts of ways, this is called zergut and the fight against the threat at distant frontiers. When Turks with Kurds do something similar, this is a hit for the Turks. When planes and helicopters of the Russian Air Force fall in Syria, this is also not cheap, but for some reason this is called the acquisition of bitter military experience, and the Turks again got hit. and real sanctions were not imposed on the Turks, and even the Russian Federation lifted its own from Turkey. but if this is all your opinion, then we will accept it.
              1. Stirbjorn
                Stirbjorn 15 January 2017 15: 45
                +2
                Quote: Semurg
                When the air forces of the Russian Federation bombard the opposition of Assad in all sorts of ways, this is called zergut and the fight against the threat at distant frontiers. When Turks with Kurds do something similar, this is a hit for the Turks. When planes and helicopters of the Russian Air Force fall in Syria, this is also not cheap, but for some reason this is called the acquisition of bitter military experience, and the Turks again got hit. and real sanctions were not imposed on the Turks, and even the Russian Federation lifted its own from Turkey. but if this is all your opinion, then we will accept it.

                You are logical, as logic itself hi
    3. alone
      alone 15 January 2017 11: 47
      +10
      Israel to be tamed? Israel 3-4 days ago was completely bombed by a military airfield near Damascus. They destroyed everything that could be destroyed. They killed the general of the Syrian army. And the air defense simply looked at the air. What are you going to tame Israel?

      The only thing they did was to get well bogged down there in this meat grinder.
  3. novobranets
    novobranets 15 January 2017 08: 23
    +9
    on the position of the government forces of the SAR
    offensive tactics from several directions
    Gentlemen moderators, how much can you cripple the long-suffering Russian language? Well, what are these texts with a Turkish accent? This is already boring, please install a spelling program on your computer, or hire a person who has at least finished school. We will all be extremely grateful.
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 15 January 2017 09: 00
      +2
      Thanks for your vigilance! But, I think, gentlemen, the moderators would be extremely grateful to you if at the sight of a typo (errors in the text) you still use the Ctrl + Enter function (the functionality is described on any page "VO"). It's just faster than bothering yourself with an extra comment.
      1. AID.S
        AID.S 15 January 2017 09: 32
        +3
        Quote: Volodin
        It’s just quicker than bothering yourself with an extra comment.

        So the feat will remain invisible. laughing
      2. novobranets
        novobranets 15 January 2017 09: 34
        +1
        At first I did so, it does not work. hi
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        2. Volodin
          Volodin 15 January 2017 09: 50
          0
          Wouldn't have worked if it hadn't been fixed. Thanks again for the "signal"))
        3. AID.S
          AID.S 15 January 2017 09: 51
          +1
          And I still (long thought, got out error) there was a change, this:
          Quote: Volodin
          Ctrl + Enter

          Ctrl + Enter our all! Forumchanin! You have been entrusted with a powerful tool. Be able to use it. The rest will be done by moderators.
  4. igorka357
    igorka357 15 January 2017 09: 04
    0
    Forget about Syria, the way we knew it ... everything ... there will never be that Syria!
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    2. alone
      alone 15 January 2017 11: 28
      +5
      A man wrote the truth. Yes, it can be bitter, but it really is true. And right away the persecution begins. Instead of blaming someone, write down what he incorrectly stated.

      And yet. It’s not up to you to decide what he, me and others should do on this site. The site administration does not prohibit us, citizens of other countries, from visiting and expressing their opinion !!
    3. xetai9977
      xetai9977 15 January 2017 12: 20
      +4
      Everything that dear Semurg wrote is true! The person wrote his opinion, so insults immediately begin. Unfortunately, narrow-minded and uncultured people are not uncommon among users. In their perverse opinion, all users should write exclusively from the "urya-imperial" positions, and whoever does not fit into this template, then he is immediately "rotten", "Russophobe", etc. Then forbid foreigners to write here and shout to yourself hundreds of times a day "urya.rya, urya .."
      1. commbatant
        commbatant 15 January 2017 15: 31
        0
        Then forbid foreigners to write here


        There is no need to slander "Soviet power", after the collapse of the union, now you do not know who is your own, who is "vrazhina" (even if with a Russian passport) ...
        The Constitution of the Russian Federation gives equal rights not only to Russian citizens, but also to foreign citizens and stateless persons .....
        Any communication happens, so now let everyone under extremism?
    4. Semurg
      Semurg 15 January 2017 12: 42
      +1
      Quote: Mar. Tira

      Are you by any chance not from the Syrian opposition, or who else are you? Are your rotten speeches painful? Do you want to turn the boy around? You won’t get out. Would you be better off bothering about your country? What did you forget on the Russian-language website? Compassionate! What I wrote is true .And here are your praises of exuberant Russophobe fantasies.

      What you wrote is your personal opinion for today, but the truth is, or a lie will tell time. Well, the last one, in your opinion, is Russophobia and imperiophobia the same thing? If you think the same thing then I’m probably Russophobe plus Amerophobe plus Caliphatephobia and plus a couple more ampereophobia.
      1. Mar.Tirah
        Mar.Tirah 15 January 2017 13: 13
        0
        Quote: Semurg
        Quote: Mar. Tira

        Are you by any chance not from the Syrian opposition, or who else are you? Are your rotten speeches painful? Do you want to turn the boy around? You won’t get out. Would you be better off bothering about your country? What did you forget on the Russian-language website? Compassionate! What I wrote is true .And here are your praises of exuberant Russophobe fantasies.

        What you wrote is your personal opinion for today, but the truth is, or a lie will tell time. Well, the last one, in your opinion, is Russophobia and imperiophobia the same thing? If you think the same thing then I’m probably Russophobe plus Amerophobe plus Caliphatephobia and plus a couple more ampereophobia.

        Your words are nothing more than verbiage and hatred of Russia, brought up in 26 years. Everything that it does will be spat upon and slandered. EVEN IF IT WOULD DO IT OTHERWISE. I saw these on this site three years ago, and now. So I don’t yuli is a muslim.
        1. Semurg
          Semurg 15 January 2017 14: 55
          +2
          Quote: Mar. Tira

          Your words are nothing more than verbiage and hatred of Russia, brought up in 26 years. Everything that it does will be spat upon and slandered. EVEN IF IT WOULD DO IT OTHERWISE. I saw these on this site three years ago, and now. So I don’t yuli is a muslim.

          Sapsem Bad Inshallah laughing
  6. Monarchist
    Monarchist 15 January 2017 09: 47
    +1
    Quote: novobranets
    Quote: rotmistr60
    The situation is strange, especially against the backdrop of statements that the Russian air forces have completed their task.

    I think that the situation is normal, against the background of information about the supply of MANPADS to the barmaley. Let the Syrians also strain a little, defending their land, they are fighting, to be honest, carelessly. And then they have already reached the point that the so-called "moderate" demand Russia to send ground troops. Soon they will completely sit on the neck. Can they still be adopted?

    I have such "kids" ...... I suppose you don't need either
    1. novobranets
      novobranets 15 January 2017 09: 55
      0
      Quote: Monarchist
      I guess you don’t need either

      That was sarcasm. A couple of these "kids", and no enemies. And I am categorically against paying with the lives of Russian soldiers for what they did there. It is possible to help within reasonable limits, but to fight instead of them ... One can see the "upbringing" overseas, they also like to rake the heat with someone else's hands.
  7. sub307
    sub307 15 January 2017 10: 31
    0
    "... on the eve of ISIS fighters (banned in the Russian Federation) ..."
    And I may have an idiotic one, but the question is - the mention of the fact that ISIS is prohibited in the Russian Federation, should be mentioned every time using the abbreviation "ISIS"? .... is prohibited in the Russian Federation, I almost forgot, forgive "big brother".
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 15 January 2017 10: 36
      +4
      "Voennoe Obozreniye" - Mass media El No. FS77-56354, issued on 02.12.2013 by the Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor). Based on the court decision, ISIS is a terrorist organization whose activities are prohibited in the Russian Federation. On the basis of the law on the media and the resolution of Roskomnadzor, any Russian media should, when mentioning this (and similar) organizations, report that they are "banned in the Russian Federation." Otherwise, Roskomnadzor believes that the media "propagandize terrorism." It looks a little silly (or not a little ...), because whoever "needs", they will join the terrorists with and without mentions, but VO, like all other Russian media, is forced to comply with these requirements.
  8. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 15 January 2017 10: 55
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    Quote: rudolff
    What you wrote, Mar. Tira, has nothing to do with the truth. Rather stupid urapatriotic wishlist. And the Semurg said everything right, and it doesn't matter where he lives. The Turks got what they wanted. To a certain extent, with our help. The "opposition" left Aleppo, but Idlib is now intact. The Americans did not succeed in overthrowing Assad, but the "moderate" have now become handshake and negotiable. Israel is also with her. Ishil does not seem to be in poverty either. And the role of Russia, after the statement that all the tasks have been basically completed, becomes generally incomprehensible. Unless it is about a separate partition of Syria.

    It has it. It’s still like it. Or do you think Russia didn’t know what it was going to do? And what kind of resistance will it be? Just look at the history of all the wars in the Middle East and develop your own strategy. And sitting and mumbled about everything that was drained on the Internet is your destiny. Tell me, how should Russia act? You will not say, because they do not understand this.
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      1. voyaka uh
        voyaka uh 15 January 2017 13: 44
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        Without a clear agreement with Turkey, there was nothing to fit in.
        This was Putin’s main puncture.
        Turkey is a key player. The border with Syria, economic influence.
        Aleppo has always traded with Turkey more than with Damascus.
  9. Evgeniy30
    Evgeniy30 15 January 2017 12: 24
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    Quote: BlackMokona
    SSA left, ISIS never existed in Allepo.

    Who told you this?
    1. Blackmokona
      Blackmokona 15 January 2017 12: 53
      +4
      Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.
  10. Normal ok
    Normal ok 15 January 2017 13: 34
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    Igilovtsy used offensive tactics from several directions

    How thoughtful! Just a new thought in operational-tactical art))) The commanders of the Ishilovites (read Saddam's Colonels) - studied in USSR schools. It would be strange to expect that they would not.
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  12. Evgeniy30
    Evgeniy30 15 January 2017 16: 23
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    Quote: BlackMokona
    Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation.

    When and where?
  13. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 15 January 2017 16: 57
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    Quote: xetai9977
    Everything that dear Semurg wrote is true! The person wrote his opinion, so insults immediately begin. Unfortunately, narrow-minded and uncultured people are not uncommon among users. In their perverse opinion, all users should write exclusively from the "urya-imperial" positions, and whoever does not fit into this template, then he is immediately "rotten", "Russophobe", etc. Then forbid foreigners to write here and shout to yourself hundreds of times a day "urya.rya, urya .."

    Write who doesn’t give you. Behave decently and don’t shit. Blaming us Russians for imperial ambitions for our words. We are on your site and not on you. I can assure you that you would have acted much on us on your social networks tougher. If you would have allowed it. At this end the discussion with you
  14. Vitalson
    Vitalson 15 January 2017 19: 04
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    Damn they are still alive or something .....
  15. Chaos
    Chaos 15 January 2017 22: 02
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    In Syria we are bogged down. The Syrian army is not coping with our VKS and advisers. There are many reasons, for example: lack of motivation, small numbers of troops, fatigue from war, unprofessionalism, etc. What to do ? 1. Continue to fight as well and the war will last for many years and it is not clear who will win. 2. Introduce a pair of airborne regiments, a tank division, artillery and plow together with the airborne forces all the land meter by meter with the barmales. (It’s a pity there are no drones with machine guns, they would have destroyed more than a thousand barmales) 3. Leave Syria, admitting defeat.
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 15 January 2017 22: 16
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      Quote: Chaos
      What to do ?

      - To begin with, it would be nice to understand what goals were set when the Russian troops entered Syria
      - as I understand it, all the goals that were set were achieved
      - and "saving the drowning" (Assad, for example) is the work of the drowning themselves (c)

      That's about as yes
  16. Chaos
    Chaos 15 January 2017 23: 15
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    Quote: Cat Man Null
    Quote: Chaos
    What to do ?

    - To begin with, it would be nice to understand what goals were set when the Russian troops entered Syria
    - as I understand it, all the goals that were set were achieved
    - and "saving the drowning" (Assad, for example) is the work of the drowning themselves (c)

    That's about as yes

    Finally it came to me why I did not like the political leaders.))
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 15 January 2017 23: 17
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      Quote: Chaos
      Finally it came to me why I did not like the political leaders.))

      - and in more detail from now on?
      “And which of us is still a political officer?” wink

      PS: yes, and about your goals - your opinion would be very interesting yes
      1. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 15 January 2017 23: 24
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        And what is the true goal? The lack of enemy gas to Europe, or the fight against ISIS on distant approaches (banned in the Russian Federation, which I probably know the last cockroach at home)?
  17. Chaos
    Chaos 15 January 2017 23: 24
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    Quote: Cat Man Null
    Quote: Chaos
    Finally it came to me why I did not like the political leaders.))

    - and in more detail from now on?
    “And which of us is still a political officer?” wink

    PS: yes, and about your goals - your opinion would be very interesting yes

    The main goal is to remove the igil. Interim accomplished goals are not the main for which you pass them. They may fail if the basic is not achieved. Assad will not abandon GDP. Our president does not abandon his own. You’ll be political
    1. Cat man null
      Cat man null 15 January 2017 23: 45
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      Quote: Chaos
      The main goal is to remove the igil

      - this, you see, is technically impossible
      - there are ISIS bases (banned in the Russian Federation; I have no cockroaches at home, but even they know it) in Libya, for example
      - there is (and is not going to end yet; what Trump thinks about this and whether he thinks at all, it will be visible in six months at best) feeding this, ummm ... organization with money, weapons, "meat" and so on.
      - Of course, it is possible to destroy them all, but why should the Russian Federation do this? There is Assad, he has an army, it would seem. This is their task.

      The Russian Federation in Syria had completely different tasks:

      - Prevent the partition of Syria according to the Amer script. Performed.
      - prevent the construction of a gas pipeline from Qatar. Performed.
      - generally push the Americans away from making decisions on Syria, since the country has a strategically important position (center of the military base, whatever one may say). Performed.
      - as a bonus - to gain a foothold in the military base, having received an air and sea base. Almost done.
      - as a bonus - to create problems for the "moldy partners" of the Turks. Done. The Turks are stuck in the most ... well, you will be waist-deep.

      Thus, all these tasks are completed.

      Nobody promised to save Assad as such, or to resolve inter-confessional contradictions in Syria, or to engage in other similar nonsense.

      That's about how things really are.

      Quote: Chaos
      Assad will not abandon GDP. Our president does not abandon his ...

      - Remind, VVP has met or spoke on the phone with Assad at least once recently? With what, in general, fright did you decide that Assad to someone there is "his"? Behind him there are shoals in this very Syria, like fleas on a dog ... "your own", there too ...
      - even the statement on Aleppo is made by the Ministry of Defense, and not the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
      - even if such things do not tell you anything, then ... sorry, medicine is powerless.

      That something like this.

      PS: Throw your "zampolita" into yourself ... by the collar. I myself do not like this kind of human race, and never had anything to do with it.
      1. Chaos
        Chaos 16 January 2017 00: 07
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        There is no point in discussing with you. Whatever the paragraph is a contradiction. for example, write technically impossible, then write that you can certainly destroy them all. You certainly didn’t fall from the oak?
        1. Cat man null
          Cat man null 16 January 2017 00: 12
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          Quote: Chaos
          You certainly didn’t fall from the oak?

          - absolutely. And even from a pine tree did not fall.

          Quote: Chaos
          write technically impossible, then write that you can destroy them all of course

          - there should have been "try to destroy". I noticed late, it was already impossible to fix it.

          Quote: Chaos
          Whatever the paragraph, the contradiction

          - a lie

          Quote: Chaos
          There is no point in discussing with you

          - say so, which is weak

          Quote: Chaos
          for example write technically impossible, further write

          - write correctly
          - this is so, just in case, all of a sudden, where it comes in handy in life laughing
        2. Mordvin 3
          Mordvin 3 16 January 2017 00: 18
          +4
          Quote: Chaos
          You certainly didn’t fall from the oak?

          He got out of the box. laughing
      2. Mordvin 3
        Mordvin 3 16 January 2017 00: 37
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        Quote: Cat Man Null
        prevent the construction of a gas pipeline from Qatar. Done.

        Here on this task it was necessary to throw the football team Zenit. With Miller at the head. More benefit would be.
  18. Chaos
    Chaos 15 January 2017 23: 29
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    Quote: mordvin xnumx
    And what is the true goal? The lack of enemy gas to Europe, or the fight against ISIS on distant approaches (banned in the Russian Federation, which I probably know the last cockroach at home)?

    if you have cockroaches at home, call this political officer, he will give them a lecture on the goals achieved, their brains will explode. )) and live without cockroaches)))
    1. Mordvin 3
      Mordvin 3 15 January 2017 23: 38
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      Quote: Chaos
      if you have cockroaches at home, call this political officer, he will give them a lecture on the goals achieved, their brains will explode. )) and live without cockroaches)))

      The cat has its own cockroaches, so it was not enough to call him. And my cockroaches will give a lecture themselves, they are painfully smart when I run after them with a slipper. And anyway, who is the boss at home?
  19. Simple
    Simple 15 January 2017 23: 34
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    This night at DeZ will be hot.
  20. Ivanov17
    Ivanov17 16 January 2017 12: 57
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    Quote: Stirbjorn
    Quote: ivanov17
    Hezbollah is officially an ally of the Russian Federation and Syria. The enemy of Israel. Satan had heard enough of the Scandinavians?

    Yes?! wassat - Who officially announced this? Our Foreign Ministry, Shoigu or GDP itself? Well then, are we letting our official ally Israel bomb on Syrian territory ?! laughing

    At the final stage of his three-day visit to Lebanon, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov met with Hezbollah leader Sheikh Hasan Nasrallah. The meeting was attended by the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Lebanon Alexander Zasypkin. One should not be malicious about Hezbollah. These are not Papuans with spears. It is not for nothing that Israelis write "boiling water" at their mention. This is an "instrument" of pressure on Jews, their "nightmare "