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Syrian "tank special forces" transferred to the border with Israel

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Modernized Tanks T-72M1 Syrian elite 4th Panzer Division are currently fighting in the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights. Here is an active sweep of the territory from militants of terrorist groups, reports Messenger of Mordovia.


Syrian "tank special forces" transferred to the border with Israel


Because of their high professional skills, tank crews of this compound received the nickname “tank special forces” in the Russian media.



In recent months, divisions of the division fought with radical groups in the north-east of Hama province, as well as on the border between Hama and Idlib provinces.



The shock division cannot do without tankers even now in the enclave of Beit Jeanne in the province of Quneitra. This area has a difficult terrain. However, the fourth tank has repeatedly proved that it can fight in the most severe conditions.

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  1. Egorovich
    Egorovich 28 December 2017 13: 52
    +6
    Syrian "tank special forces" - Russian school !!!
    1. vtyrtn
      vtyrtn 29 December 2017 00: 26
      +4
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  2. ADT
    ADT 28 December 2017 14: 09
    +8
    Well, so that the school was true, they should be called a tank - space - peacekeeping special forces. Then it will be power!
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      1. vtyrtn
        vtyrtn 29 December 2017 00: 22
        +7
        it’s a Russian-language site and Israelis and Americans and Germans and Armenians and Azerbaijanis write here and if it doesn’t suit you, you can go to the site of true Aryans I don’t know how you feel and there you will measure your skulls with compasses and measure your noses and indicate to whom where and what to write
        1. FLOOD
          FLOOD 29 December 2017 08: 20
          +2
          Modest but intelligible! Respect to you!))
        2. 75 hammer
          75 hammer 29 December 2017 09: 03
          +3
          Dear, do not confuse “God's gift” with scrambled eggs, and do not wishful thinking and attribute fascist statements to me. And I again draw attention to the fact that various "Russian-speaking" nicknames come in and pour mud on the patriotic-minded members of the forum, drag them into disputes about our allegedly flawed! Are you by any chance not one of them? And then the first remedy for the cunning Jew, bargaining for something, is the accusation of anti-Semitism on the other side of the dialogue! I hope you understand my explanation, there won’t be a second time! The forum always appreciates a constructive dialogue, not provocation!
    2. Scoun
      Scoun 28 December 2017 14: 17
      +4
      Quote: ADT
      Well, so that the school was true, they should be called a tank - space - peacekeeping special forces. Then it will be power!

      Come on clown .... in the article they write.

      in the enclave of Beit Jinn in the province of Kuneitra. The The area has a complex terrain. However, the fourth tank has repeatedly proved that it can fight in the most severe conditions
      .
      If other companies do not know how and cannot withstand it, then these are among them tank special forces.
      1. ADT
        ADT 28 December 2017 14: 22
        +8
        She joked me. Although the excessive and advertising pathos in the army is annoying, it does not matter whether it is Syrian, Russian or Israeli.
        1. ADT
          ADT 28 December 2017 14: 27
          11
          You can write "the best tank unit", and then from the word "special forces" in the media, it is already rippling.
          1. Going
            Going 28 December 2017 14: 47
            +8
            So these are zhurnalyugi, and not tankers so called themselves.
        2. Scoun
          Scoun 28 December 2017 14: 55
          +2
          Quote: ADT
          She joked me.

          hi
          Quote: ADT
          Although the excessive and advertising pathos in the army is annoying, it does not matter whether it is Syrian, Russian or Israeli.

          As I understand you!
          Journalists, among today's abundance of information, as soon as they do not try to draw attention to their "cooking".)) Even authoritative publications suffer from this.
          Quote: Going
          So this is zhurnalyugi

          As I said to my old acquaintance - how are you journalists? (Not even journalists) still sulking lol
          1. ADT
            ADT 28 December 2017 15: 36
            +3
            I remember, in training, in Stepyanka, at 85, our company was on guard. The exercises just started. Real specialists landed on us.
            That was beautiful! The war has just begun, and an hour later, Stepyanka was erased from the exercise map. Then we flew for a long time in dresses.
            This is special!
    3. MoJloT
      MoJloT 28 December 2017 14: 29
      0
      It fits, the main thing is that it’s not Barack.
    4. FLOOD
      FLOOD 29 December 2017 08: 23
      0
      What school is it ... At the next Tank Biathlon, the Syrian team, led by the crew commander, Lieutenant Zazhigalkin, will come out on top! wink
  3. gukoyan
    gukoyan 28 December 2017 14: 16
    +2
    Ohhh, now the Jews will start yelling ...
    1. Bulrumeb
      Bulrumeb 28 December 2017 14: 25
      +5
      Ohhh, now the Jews will start yelling ...

      so they only hear about the Golan Heights, the valve stops holding immediately
  4. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 28 December 2017 14: 16
    0
    Quote: Egorovich
    Syrian "tank special forces" - Russian school !!!

    I would say Russian specialists. Only they will never be shown.
  5. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 28 December 2017 14: 20
    10
    26 December, the Syrian authorities announced the end of hostilities against the Jabhat al-Nusra group in the Beit Gina area (approximately in 10 km from the border of Israel).
    According to the Syrian state TV, the militants of “Jabhat al-Nusra” surrendered, negotiations are underway on the terms of surrender. Accordingly, the “tank special forces” have nothing to do there. Someone (Syrian officialdom, or "Messenger of Mordovia") to put it mildly, is not telling the truth.
    1. Herculesic
      Herculesic 28 December 2017 14: 30
      10
      Halts hi ! The Syrian army, as it were, on its territory, and they know better where to keep their "tank special forces"! sad
      1. A. Privalov
        A. Privalov 28 December 2017 14: 43
        +4
        Quote: Herkulesich
        Halts hi ! The Syrian army, as it were, on its territory, and they know better where to keep their "tank special forces"! sad

        Israel said, but they heard. So, anyway, they will have to be very careful. hi
        1. aquatic
          aquatic 28 December 2017 19: 05
          +2
          you understand in this matter what Israel said there does not interest anyone, finita la comedy.
          1. vtyrtn
            vtyrtn 29 December 2017 00: 46
            +1
            if only Israel’s response is not based on concrete practical steps, then certainly yes. but practice shows that when Israel speaks it is still advisable to listen to it because Israel speaks once and then for those who did not understand or did not hear explain their words in detail in practice and, as a rule, they are better absorbed
          2. A. Privalov
            A. Privalov 29 December 2017 00: 57
            +4
            Quote: aquatic
            you understand in this matter what Israel said there does not interest anyone, finita la comedy.

            All this "tank special forces" on tiptoe already left the territory adjacent to the border of Israel. That's it, aquatic. Good luck to you. hi
  6. Livonetc
    Livonetc 28 December 2017 14: 56
    +1
    Quote: A. Privalov
    Quote: Herkulesich
    Halts hi ! The Syrian army, as it were, on its territory, and they know better where to keep their "tank special forces"! sad

    Israel said, but they heard. So, anyway, they will have to be very careful. hi

    Here, unfortunately, caution will not be particularly important.
    In any case, a strike towards Israel from that direction will entail a strike from Israel.
    And Israel will not understand much.
    Everything seems to be true, but.
    So will Israel live in gnomes.
    Until you establish normal relations with your neighbors.
    1. ADT
      ADT 28 December 2017 15: 46
      +7
      Normal relations between countries, it’s like love, can arise and exist only with mutual desire. And as they intended to destroy Israel in the first instants of its appearance, they dream of it now. So there is nothing to establish.
      And these tanks ...... even if they want to, they are not a threat. With modern technologies for detection and destruction .... if that, how many seconds will it take for them to burn? however beautiful their unit was called.
    2. A. Privalov
      A. Privalov 28 December 2017 16: 26
      +4
      Quote: Livonetc
      Quote: A. Privalov
      Quote: Herkulesich
      Halts hi ! The Syrian army, as it were, on its territory, and they know better where to keep their "tank special forces"! sad

      Israel said, but they heard. So, anyway, they will have to be very careful. hi

      Here, unfortunately, caution will not be particularly important.
      In any case, a strike towards Israel from that direction will entail a strike from Israel.
      And Israel will not understand much.
      Everything seems to be true, but.
      So will Israel live in gnomes.
      Until you establish normal relations with your neighbors.

      With normal neighbors, we have normal relations. Peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan have been firmly enforced for many years. Trade, tourism, and what else is needed? Lebanon would be happy to live quietly, but Hezbollah holds his throat. Because of this, and lousy him. Well, Syria is itself an evil Pinocchio. As 70 began to shit years ago, the Golan has already lost 50 years ago, and everything is bothering her. Great Arab folk wisdom says: "Israel is small, it is easier to offend him easy, but then you have to spit blood for a very long time."
      Egypt and Jordan have long since learned this wisdom and are living in clover. Syria is in the process of assimilation. We wish her success in this useful lesson. hi .
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        1. A. Privalov
          A. Privalov 29 December 2017 00: 46
          +2
          Quote: brr1
          Israel is the birthplace of terror

          Where then is the birthplace of elephants?
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      2. Alex1117
        Alex1117 29 December 2017 06: 11
        +1
        In order to create these very "normal relations" with the largest Arab country of Egypt, you returned the entire Sinai Peninsula with the entire tourist infrastructure built by the Israelis free of charge. Well, not counting the fact that your then prime minister was enriched for the Nobel Peace Prize. True, he had to share this award in half with Sadat. So, seeing such a historical example of achieving peace with its neighbors from Israel, probably Syria has every right to demand exactly the same attitude towards itself, that is, to demand the return of the Golan Heights in exchange for peace. Is not it ? What, Syria, actually, has long been voiced. So that everything depends entirely on Israel.
        1. A. Privalov
          A. Privalov 29 December 2017 12: 55
          +2
          Quote: Alex1117
          In order to create these very "normal relations" with the largest Arab country of Egypt, you returned the entire Sinai Peninsula with the entire tourist infrastructure built by the Israelis free of charge. Well, not counting the fact that your then prime minister was enriched for the Nobel Peace Prize. True, he had to share this award in half with Sadat. So, seeing such a historical example of achieving peace with its neighbors from Israel, probably Syria has every right to demand exactly the same attitude towards itself, that is, to demand the return of the Golan Heights in exchange for peace. Is not it ? What, Syria, actually, has long been voiced. So that everything depends entirely on Israel.

          Do not put, dear, the cart before the horse. In order to get Sinai in 1982, Egypt needed to lose it in 1967, try to beat it in 1973, lose 30 in thousands killed and almost 60 in thousand wounded ...
          The road to peace is not easy. Much work was done by both sides, for which both Begin and Sadat received the Nobel Prize. Yes, peace is not made with friends. I already wrote about this on a special article with the same title. Take an interest at your leisure: https://topwar.ru/130119-mir-zaklyuchayut-ne-s-dr
          uzyami.html
          Israel got a desert in Sinai there, so Egypt got the desert back. All agricultural villages were blown up, except for the settlement of Ophir, which is now called Sharm el-Sheikh, which was bought by the Egyptians, and the city of Yamit was blown up.

          As for Syria, Israel endured 19 for years without stopping the shelling of its territory from the Golan Heights by artillery. I'm tired. As a result of the hostilities, the Syrians were driven out of their fortifications on the Golan. In 1973, Syria attempted to recapture these lands by military means, received a very sharp rebuff, and since then, apart from the threats against Israel, nothing more has been voiced. Golan Heights is a strategically important territory for Israel. There is no question of any return of them to Syria.
          1. Seal
            Seal 29 December 2017 20: 08
            +2
            Something you with carts and horses are confused.
            Then you write:
            In order to get Sinai in 1982, Egypt needed to lose it in 1967, try to beat it in 1973, lose 30 in thousands killed and almost 60 in thousand wounded ...

            And right there
            In 1973, Syria attempted to recapture these lands militarily, received a very sharp rebuff

            And for some reason you modestly kept silent that Syria lost its Golan just as well in the same 1967 year, the year Egypt lost the Sinai Peninsula.
            That is, both Egypt and Syria went the same way. Only Egypt, having gone to meet with the United States and quarreling with us (with the USSR), managed to get its peninsula back, and Syria does not want to swear with us.

            All the agricultural villages were blown up, except for the Egyptian-bought settlement of Ophir, now called Sharm el-Sheikh,
            So like a colleague, and he wrote about the tourist infrastructure. And not about your agricultural villages.

            Golan Heights is a strategically important territory for Israel. There is no question of any return of them to Syria.

            Oh, oh, read your own newspapers and speeches of the Knesset deputies of the time when the issue of the Treaty with Egypt was discussed. There were the same words.
            The Sinai Peninsula is a strategically important territory for Israel. No return of Sinai to Egypt is out of the question.
            And nothing. Returned as pretty. As soon as an uncle from Washington ordered.
            In fact, the Sinai Peninsula for Israel was much more strategic than the Golan Heights.
            According to the secret French-Israeli agreement signed in 1956, the French built in Dimona (Negev desert, 120 kilometers southeast of the city of Tel Aviv) a heavy-water IRR-2 reactor on natural uranium with an initial electrical capacity of 26 MW. This reactor was commissioned in 1963-m and upgraded in 70-s: according to estimates, its electrical capacity increased to 75 – 150 MW.
            So, while Sinai was Israeli, from the border of Egypt (well, from the Suez Canal) to the Israeli atomic center the distance was 270 kilometers. God knows how far, but nonetheless. And now what is the distance from the Egyptian border to the Israeli nuclear center? I will answer. Exactly 200 kilometers closer. That is just 70 kilometers. And on 70 kilometers they shoot both our 152-mm self-propelled howitzer of the army unit 2C35 "Coalition-SV", and a number of German, American and other artillery systems. And Egypt has something from this list.
            1. A. Privalov
              A. Privalov 30 December 2017 01: 05
              +1
              Quote: Seal
              Something you with carts and horses are confused.
              Then you write:
              In order to get Sinai in 1982, Egypt needed to lose it in 1967, try to beat it in 1973, lose 30 in thousands killed and almost 60 in thousand wounded ...

              And right there
              In 1973, Syria attempted to recapture these lands militarily, received a very sharp rebuff

              And for some reason you modestly kept silent that Syria lost its Golan just as well in the same 1967 year, the year Egypt lost the Sinai Peninsula.
              That is, both Egypt and Syria went the same way. Only Egypt, having gone to meet with the United States and quarreling with us (with the USSR), managed to get its peninsula back, and Syria does not want to swear with us.

              All the agricultural villages were blown up, except for the Egyptian-bought settlement of Ophir, now called Sharm el-Sheikh,
              So like a colleague, and he wrote about the tourist infrastructure. And not about your agricultural villages.

              Golan Heights is a strategically important territory for Israel. There is no question of any return of them to Syria.

              Oh, oh, read your own newspapers and speeches of the Knesset deputies of the time when the issue of the Treaty with Egypt was discussed. There were the same words.
              The Sinai Peninsula is a strategically important territory for Israel. No return of Sinai to Egypt is out of the question.
              And nothing. Returned as pretty. As soon as an uncle from Washington ordered.
              In fact, the Sinai Peninsula for Israel was much more strategic than the Golan Heights.
              According to the secret French-Israeli agreement signed in 1956, the French built in Dimona (Negev desert, 120 kilometers southeast of the city of Tel Aviv) a heavy-water IRR-2 reactor on natural uranium with an initial electrical capacity of 26 MW. This reactor was commissioned in 1963-m and upgraded in 70-s: according to estimates, its electrical capacity increased to 75 – 150 MW.
              So, while Sinai was Israeli, from the border of Egypt (well, from the Suez Canal) to the Israeli atomic center the distance was 270 kilometers. God knows how far, but nonetheless. And now what is the distance from the Egyptian border to the Israeli nuclear center? I will answer. Exactly 200 kilometers closer. That is just 70 kilometers. And on 70 kilometers they shoot both our 152-mm self-propelled howitzer of the army unit 2C35 "Coalition-SV", and a number of German, American and other artillery systems. And Egypt has something from this list.

              If you carefully re-read my text, you will find the following phrase: "... 19 For years, Israel endured continuous artillery shelling of its territory from the Golan Heights. Tired. As a result of the hostilities, the Syrians were driven out of their fortifications on the Golan." For you, as a special connoisseur and connoisseur of local reality, it should have been understood that 1948 + 19 = 1967. What is there to keep silent? Hafez Asad, the papa of the current ophthalmologist, did not look for peace, but climbed out of his way to annoy Israel in any way. But completely deprived in Lebanon of their grouping of forces and anti-aircraft weapons in 1982 (Operation Medvedka-19) subsided and until his death in 2000, he sat quietly, like a mouse under a broom, only gnashed his teeth — fed every terrorist shelupon and Ave. Bashar, when he understood the state’s affairs, realized that although he received 97% of his citizens ’votes at the referendum, Israel didn’t have a reason to throw a brown eye on him - neither his strength, nor authority on BV, nor decent allies. And in 2003 as Saddam Hussein began to help, so with him altogether Religious people ceased to greet. How the war ended in Iraq, foolishly, began to support terrorists there. Well, what did this then turn for him, don’t you need to tell? By the way, even before the most civil war, he had the support of the people almost 98%. Hamas He supports, Hezbollah gives serious weapons ...

              So, there is no one to talk to, and nothing to talk about. Now, it is well understood, the happiness that the Golan of Israel. We would have here more tararam. From the Golan Heights, Israel is one-third shot through with simple artillery.
              As for the reactor in Dimona, then theoretically you are right - Egypt has a lot. But from theory to practice, the path is not close. You even know the "secret French-Israeli agreement signed in 1956," but the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty was completely missed. But according to him, the Sinai Peninsula is practically demilitarized. Yes, in the coastal zone of the Suez Canal, Egypt could deploy an infantry mechanized division of thousands of soldiers 22, but never did. In the area bordering Israel, there are generally a couple of infantry battalions. In the event that Egypt is interested in introducing additional parts, the agreement obliges Cairo to seek permission from Israel. The introduction of troops into the area by Egypt without the permission of Israel creates a casus belli. When bandyuki affiliated with an IG known to you (banned wherever possible) began to rampage on Sinai, Egypt needed an increase in the troop contingent there, then the security forces of both countries, without unnecessary bureaucracy, agreed on everything necessary for a couple of hours. The aforementioned agreement has been strictly adhered to for almost 40 years, there’s no reason for anyone to violate it, so no one will shoot at Dimona. Do not fantasize.
              As for the tourist infrastructure, I have already said about Ophir. During the years of Israeli rule in Sinai, indeed, significant investments were made in the development of the infrastructure of this region. The airports were built in Sharm el-Sheikh, in Taba, El Arish. There is a highway from Taba to Sharm and from Nuweiba to Suez. Not to mention a dozen Israeli-built settlements with excellent infrastructure. All of this passed on to Egypt, which was not entirely satisfactory for the Israelis - no one wanted to give such valuable gifts to the former enemy. Therefore, the peace treaty dealt, among other things, with questions of compensation to Israel by Egypt. Both direct material and indirect. Israeli property in Sinai was direct, starting from airports and ending with hotels (after all, it was the Israelis who created the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh). The United States partly compensated, and partly Egypt. Towns and villages blew up. As for indirect dividends, Israel has demanded from Egypt the right of free visa-free entry to Sinai for its citizens. Egypt reluctantly agreed. Enmity is enmity, peace and peace, and tourism feeds this area very seriously. In fact, there was also a trial of Taba that lasted 7 for years in an international court in the Netherlands, which ruled in favor of Egypt, but over time, to mutual satisfaction, everything settled down - the right businessmen are able to make the right decisions. Something like that. hi
              1. Alex1117
                Alex1117 30 December 2017 08: 47
                0
                Yes, that you got to the bottom. I did not answer, because they answered for me. But you and then began to turn out. Again. In fact, both countries, Egypt and Syria lost their territories during the 1967 war of the year. And both countries tried to repel them during the 1973 war of the year. Both failed, both lost a lot of soldiers and officers. If someone has lost less, then this is not so important as you try to imagine. I believe that Egypt also shelled someone, albeit with a smaller effect, from the Sinai Peninsula to 1967. There is no difference between countries. The difference started later. When Egypt lay down under the United States, and Syria did not lay down. Hence all the Syrian problems.
                Casus bella? Therefore, Israel both supported and supported the terrorists from ISIS, which was beneficial for it, so that the srach in Syria would drag on for a long time. But the situation is changing. Syria with our help can be said to have won. With the help of China, it will recover in some time. Syria will have the most battle-hardened army. Climbed up combat experience and Hisbollah and Iran. Undoubtedly, Iran will get missiles from the DPRK. So what ? When all these three forces will be ready to fight in the north of Israel will Israel be able to start a hot war with Egypt, if he says so, will not meticulously comply with the Treaty with Israel? No, Egypt will not attack. He just re-demilitatorizes the Sinai Peninsula. Well, yes, while Trump is in the USA - Israel has at least some guarantees. But who will be the next US president? So that the Golan will have to return.
                1. A. Privalov
                  A. Privalov 30 December 2017 10: 41
                  +2
                  Quote: Alex1117
                  Yes, that you got to the bottom. I did not answer, because they answered for me. But you and then began to turn out. Again. In fact, both countries, Egypt and Syria lost their territories during the 1967 war of the year. And both countries tried to repel them during the 1973 war of the year. Both failed, both lost a lot of soldiers and officers. If someone has lost less, then this is not so important as you try to imagine. I believe that Egypt also shelled someone, albeit with a smaller effect, from the Sinai Peninsula to 1967. There is no difference between countries. The difference started later. When Egypt lay down under the United States, and Syria did not lay down. Hence all the Syrian problems.
                  Casus bella? Therefore, Israel both supported and supported the terrorists from ISIS, which was beneficial for it, so that the srach in Syria would drag on for a long time. But the situation is changing. Syria with our help can be said to have won. With the help of China, it will recover in some time. Syria will have the most battle-hardened army. Climbed up combat experience and Hisbollah and Iran. Undoubtedly, Iran will get missiles from the DPRK. So what ? When all these three forces will be ready to fight in the north of Israel will Israel be able to start a hot war with Egypt, if he says so, will not meticulously comply with the Treaty with Israel? No, Egypt will not attack. He just re-demilitatorizes the Sinai Peninsula. Well, yes, while Trump is in the USA - Israel has at least some guarantees. But who will be the next US president? So that the Golan will have to return.

                  Dear Alex1117, you are not so excited. Egypt is big, with big ambitions, but a very poor state. Without help (what you call "go under"), it cannot exist. Similarly, Syria. She has her own reasons and today has her Papic. Such a situation has developed not today, but such is the current world order.
                  Now, about Israel and the IG. Except for the usual idle talk and the loud accusations of Israel in everything that is possible, as you see, things are not going. Further empty charges for some oil, weapons, and so on. The matter did not go. If there was at least something serious there, they would have really presented it. If someone would have discovered at least some clue, everything would have been trumpeted about it. Your countrymen and tribesmen, yes, they are fighting there. This is stated at the highest level. Yesterday, your chief of staff, Gerasimov, said: “For these 2 years, according to our data, about 60 000 militants were actually destroyed, of which more than 2800 came from the Russian Federation.” (Only 2800 destroyed, Karl! And how many there were living So, there is no need to throw the blame on the healthy one. The only thing that could clearly be incriminated to Israel is medical assistance to those injured in the conflict there. Israel has never denied it and does not hide it. The Israelis are treating everyone in a row. and treated with bullet and Osc mammary, and children, and pregnant women are taking. Documents do not ask. And if I was asked, so wounded show a valid militants IG?


                  Everything else, like "it will recover after some time," "will be the most battle-hardened army," "combat experience and Hisbollah and Iran," "will receive missiles from the DPRK," "will be ready to fight in northern Israel," leave beyond the brackets. Remember the saying about grandma that if she had something, she would be a grandfather? We will not fantasize about the suddenly brutal Egypt. He has his mouth full of cares. Who will be the next president in the United States, and with a guarantee? I do not know. In the Russian Federation will be Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. With warranty. And who will be in Syria? This, on Russian bayonets, for the time being was held. And tomorrow? Support in 98% will be gone. Believe it? Leave your recipes for the destruction of Israel. Little Israel, half the size of the Moscow region and not such Beavers tried to destroy, even in those times when he was ten times weaker. We can handle this time too. I wish you good health! hi
                  1. Alex1117
                    Alex1117 13 January 2018 10: 25
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                    This makes no sense. Especially about the alleged "my recipes for the destruction of Israel." You are told that in order to save Israel, the Golan will have to be returned. So this is your recipe for the destruction of Israel. hi
                    1. A. Privalov
                      A. Privalov 13 January 2018 11: 23
                      +1
                      Quote: Alex1117
                      This makes no sense. Especially about the alleged "my recipes for the destruction of Israel." You are told that in order to save Israel, the Golan will have to be returned. So this is your recipe for the destruction of Israel. hi

                      When a matchbox (this is Israel) is lying on the football field (this is the territory of the Arab countries) and they tell me that “to save Israel” you should give another half box - laughter takes me apart. lol
                      I repeat. The Golan Heights is a territory of special strategic importance. From them, ordinary artillery shoots 2 / 3 of Israel. From here, the Syrians shot 20 years daily. Snipers got closer and killed farmers right in these fields.

                      I can only imagine what would be done in our country if all this shell-mug was hosted in the Golan today. One who builds hopes that Israel will give the Golan to Syria should politely and gently call a naive dreamer. hi
                      1. Alex1117
                        Alex1117 13 January 2018 14: 51
                        0
                        Excuse me, do you understand yourself? So first you write in two pages what a wonderful peace treaty you have with Egypt after you returned Sinai. That the Sinai is a demilitarized zone controlled by Israel and so on. And then you remember that before the 1967 of the year from the Golan Heights some “snipers” fired at you and that the return of the Golan would supposedly lead to the death of Israel.
          2. brr1
            brr1 30 December 2017 01: 53
            0
            You need to create unbearable conditions
            1. A. Privalov
              A. Privalov 30 December 2017 02: 05
              +2
              Quote: brr1
              You need to create unbearable conditions

              Too much effort and money for this will take. The Soviet Union, in due time, pushed more than 20 billion dollars to Arab countries for this purpose (this is no less in today's business of billions of 100). I assure you that he could find a better use of his money. Our conditions are not so easy, but we can handle it. Experience is. yes
    3. Dormidont
      Dormidont 28 December 2017 17: 37
      +2
      Until normal relations with neighbors are established
      That is never?
  7. System
    System 28 December 2017 16: 22
    +3
    It’s high time to punish the insolent ... There should be a tank fist, in constant combat readiness and a point -U (in my opinion they are already there .. Otherwise, these bombings will be endless!
    1. Maki Avellevich
      Maki Avellevich 28 December 2017 18: 10
      +2
      Quote: Sistema
      It's time to punish the insolent ... There should be a tank fist


      Well, Panzer is a fighter in your hands. sitzkrieg krieger
      1. System
        System 28 December 2017 18: 15
        +3
        Quote: Maki Avellevich
        Quote: Sistema
        It's time to punish the insolent ... There should be a tank fist


        Well, Panzer is a fighter in your hands. sitzkrieg krieger

        Or maybe "point-U", etc. Let's feel your "iron dome" vaunted? How do you feel about this if you do not want to negotiate and behave sensibly and peacefully ..
        Russian, this is not Arabs! Patience is already at the limit, like many in the world ...
        1. Maki Avellevich
          Maki Avellevich 28 December 2017 18: 52
          +2
          Quote: Sistema
          Or maybe "point-U", etc. Let's feel your "iron dome" vaunted? How do you feel about this if you do not want to negotiate and behave sensibly and peacefully ..


          What kind of demagoguery do you breed? your (personally) words do not have the weight of an inadequate logical root.
          Do you have a point in the garage or something?
          be easier and someone will reach.

          ps you have a German flag or a cross. Please fix it, otherwise I’m lost.
          1. System
            System 28 December 2017 19: 10
            +2
            Quote: Maki Avellievich
            What kind of demagoguery do you breed? your (personally) words do not have the weight of an inadequate logical root.

            And the facts, also from Wiki ..)))
            Quote: Maki Avellievich
            be easier and someone will reach.

            Yes, I’m already nowhere easier with all my soul .. I’m certainly far from you "sincere", but I try. how can I excuse me
            Quote: Maki Avellievich
            ps you have a German flag or a cross. Please fix it, otherwise I’m lost.

            I'm glad that yours are lost .. Otherwise. negative
          2. BVTKKU86
            BVTKKU86 28 December 2017 19: 59
            +3
            It doesn't matter to me that my grandmother is Jewish, and my grandfather is Russian, common sense has always been important, which is in the comments of your fellow citizens. Thank you for your comment, helped to decide, food for the Arabs to fight against you.
            1. A. Privalov
              A. Privalov 29 December 2017 01: 02
              +2
              Quote: BVTKKU86
              It doesn't matter to me that my grandmother is Jewish, and my grandfather is Russian, common sense has always been important, which is in the comments of your fellow citizens. Thank you for your comment, helped to decide, food for the Arabs to fight against you.

              Can you change your mind and stay? We will miss you ... crying
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      3. brr1
        brr1 30 December 2017 01: 55
        0
        Is Marcus Aurelius a Jew?
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  8. flicker
    flicker 28 December 2017 16: 41
    +3
    To help Israel fight terrorists recourse
  9. Dormidont
    Dormidont 28 December 2017 17: 36
    +1
    It smacks of anti-Semitism
    1. System
      System 28 December 2017 18: 18
      +1
      Quote: Dormidont
      It smacks of anti-Semitism

      you obviously sniffed, you couldn’t even write this word correctly .. It happens! hi
  10. Maz
    Maz 28 December 2017 19: 18
    +2
    Quote: Egorovich
    Syrian "tank special forces" - Russian school !!!

    Why are they on the border with Israel? Well this is a target in a bare field.
    1. FLOOD
      FLOOD 29 December 2017 08: 48
      +1
      Especially if:
      SPIKE-ER (NTD)

      SPIKE-ER is a long-range ATGM adapted for installation on armored vehicles and helicopters. A two-way fiber-optic data channel allows you to control a rocket in flight (Fire and Steer mode). That is, the operator can choose a target for the rocket after it is launched, in the “Fire and Forget” (autonomous homing) and “Fire, Observe and Update” (autonomous guidance with correction and observation) modes. This greatly expands the range of application of the complex, allows you to hit the target in the most vulnerable areas. For the SPIKE-ER ATGM, a high explosive penetrating (PBF) warhead has been developed for use against bunkers.
  11. Maz
    Maz 28 December 2017 19: 21
    +2
    Quote: A. Privalov
    26 December, the Syrian authorities announced the end of hostilities against the Jabhat al-Nusra group in the Beit Gina area (approximately in 10 km from the border of Israel).
    According to the Syrian state TV, the militants of “Jabhat al-Nusra” surrendered, negotiations are underway on the terms of surrender. Accordingly, the “tank special forces” have nothing to do there. Someone (Syrian officialdom, or "Messenger of Mordovia") to put it mildly, is not telling the truth.

    Disinformation under the guise of information should be confused, even partners, especially unreliable
    1. A. Privalov
      A. Privalov 29 December 2017 01: 12
      +1
      Quote: Maz
      Quote: A. Privalov
      26 December, the Syrian authorities announced the end of hostilities against the Jabhat al-Nusra group in the Beit Gina area (approximately in 10 km from the border of Israel).
      According to the Syrian state TV, the militants of “Jabhat al-Nusra” surrendered, negotiations are underway on the terms of surrender. Accordingly, the “tank special forces” have nothing to do there. Someone (Syrian officialdom, or "Messenger of Mordovia") to put it mildly, is not telling the truth.

      Disinformation under the guise of information should be confused, even partners, especially unreliable

      It's right. The first thing to confuse their own. This has already succeeded. good drinks
  12. Sands Careers General
    Sands Careers General 29 December 2017 03: 14
    +5
    It’s correct that they were transferred so that the “God-chosen people” would not be greyhound and the loaves would not relax.
    1. Maki Avellevich
      Maki Avellevich 29 December 2017 08: 08
      +2
      Quote: General of the Sand Quarries
      It’s correct that they were transferred so that the “God-chosen people” would not be greyhound and the loaves would not relax.


      Our rolls have not relaxed since Abraham left Ur Qassadim. (Sumerian region).
      and about the "Greyhound" so it is subjective.
  13. FLOOD
    FLOOD 29 December 2017 08: 31
    +1
    That's right, you still have not seen the Syrian boys bullet from the "Shell"! Born shellists. Jews are very afraid of them and are called Pantsirev special forces ... wink
  14. A. Privalov
    A. Privalov 13 January 2018 15: 53
    0
    Alex1117,
    Quote: Alex1117
    Excuse me, do you understand yourself? So first you write in two pages what a wonderful peace treaty you have with Egypt after you returned Sinai. That the Sinai is a demilitarized zone controlled by Israel and so on. And then you remember that before the 1967 of the year from the Golan Heights some “snipers” fired at you and that the return of the Golan would supposedly lead to the death of Israel.

    How does one contradict the other? An agreement with Egypt, a state of war with Syria. What confuses you with this?