IG terrorists attacked a convoy of Syrian soldiers

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This week, the Islamic State terrorist group * (IG, banned on the territory of the Russian Federation) staged another ambush on the Syrian military in the province of Dara (Syrian Arab Republic). It is reported by Al Masdar.





According to Al Masdar agency reports, Islamic State militants organized another outing against the Syrian military, attacking them from an ambush along the road connecting Al-Hirak and Isra settlements. It is noted that this is the first attack carried out by bandits from this group in the Yarmuk river basin since the moment they were knocked out of the province during the operation “Basalt” (2018 year).

According to a military report, one of the Syrian Arab Army (CAA) soldiers died. The militants managed to repel the attack.

Idlib


In turn, in Idlib, in territories controlled by militants of a group of the Tahrir al-Sham group banned in Russia, demonstrations took place, during which local residents protested against the militants and their leader al-Jauliani. In the city of Serakib, the terrorists had to suppress the demonstration, but soon a similar manifestation took place in the city of Maaret-en-Numan and the village of Ariha. This was reported by the Halab Today TV news agency.

Deir ez-zor


In Deir ez-Zor, the so-called The "Syrian Democratic Forces", together with the coalition forces led by the United States, conducted an operation to search for terrorists from the Islamic State group. They managed to detain 11 militants, two of them were IS field commanders.

One of them, known as the Talib, the former head of the militant security service during the province’s occupation, is accused of dozens of executions.

aleppo


In the province of Aleppo, clashes between Kurds and pro-Turkish armed groups continue. The artillery of the Turkish army opened fire on the Kurdish "People’s Self-Defense Forces" (YPG), whose positions were located near the village of Maranaz. As a result of the counterattack, the Kurds managed to destroy several militants of the so-called The Syrian Free Army (SSA).

Kurdish units also launched a mortar attack on the SSA positions near the villages of Marea and Kafr Kalbin. The fighting continues in other sectors of the front, among other things, the parties use heavy artillery.
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    2. +1
      3 September 2019
      The defeated IG. The end and edge are not visible.
      1. +6
        3 September 2019
        Quote: Signal
        The defeated IG. The end and edge are not visible.

        As long as the entire territory of Syria is not under the control of the government, this can not be dreamed of.
        1. +1
          3 September 2019
          Igilovites also operate in territories controlled by asad, it's time to forget thinking in the framework of the second world war
          1. +7
            3 September 2019
            Quote: Alexander Sokolov
            Igilovites also operate in territories controlled by asad, it's time to forget thinking in the framework of the second world war

            My thinking is not in the framework of the Second World War, just as long as there are foreign forces on the territory of Syria that train and equip militants, it will not work out. When the territory is controlled by Damascus and the borders are covered, it will be much easier to fight!
            1. +2
              3 September 2019
              Through each meter there will be a border guard with a red scarlet, you obviously very poorly imagine the Middle East as a whole and Syria in particular, because you are arguing in the framework of the Soviet model of territory control
              1. +2
                3 September 2019
                Quote: Alexander Sokolov
                Through each meter there will be a border guard with a red scarlet, you obviously very poorly imagine the Middle East as a whole and Syria in particular, because you are arguing in the framework of the Soviet model of territory control

                And you have little idea of ​​technical means of control, because you think based on the capabilities of technology from the Soviet period.
                1. +4
                  3 September 2019
                  And the Arabs who will sell for the money of the brother will control these means of control. I’m talking about the situation in Syria, come from the Soviet pattern
                  1. -2
                    3 September 2019
                    Quote: Alexander Sokolov
                    And the Arabs who will sell for the money of the brother will control these means of control. I’m talking about the situation in Syria, come from the Soviet pattern

                    No need to tell me what my judgments are based on, to consider myself smarter than others is not a sign of a great mind. You have no idea where I was and what I saw.
                2. +1
                  3 September 2019
                  Quote: 1976AG
                  And you have little idea of ​​the technical means of control, since you think based on the capabilities of technology from the Soviet period

                  No, Alexander presents just right. You yourself imagine the desert, many tribes, and even between the tribes of discord. nepotism, lifestyle, mentality, different religions (even of the same faith, but different movements). Where are these technical means, who will use them and how. There are only hundreds of questions, but there are few answers so far.
                  1. +3
                    3 September 2019
                    Quote: tihonmarine
                    Quote: 1976AG
                    And you have little idea of ​​the technical means of control, since you think based on the capabilities of technology from the Soviet period

                    No, Alexander presents just right. You yourself imagine the desert, many tribes, and even between the tribes of discord. nepotism, lifestyle, mentality, different religions (even of the same faith, but different movements). Where are these technical means, who will use them and how. There are only hundreds of questions, but there are few answers so far.

                    You directly described the current situation in Iraq and Libya, but somehow Hussein and Gaddafi were able to solve these issues. And not bad by the way they did it. That is why we now have a center for reconciliation of warring parties in Syria. Have you heard about this? Tribes will fight among themselves until there is a strong central authority. Or do you think that with weak power in any state, even in Europe, even in America there will be order? At once there will be contradictions even within the limits of one small group of the population.
                    1. 0
                      3 September 2019
                      Quote: 1976AG
                      Or do you think that with weak power in any state,

                      By the way, I don’t think anything, I just know and answered how Gaddafi and Hussein would have answered.
                      1. 0
                        4 September 2019
                        Quote: tihonmarine
                        Quote: 1976AG
                        Or do you think that with weak power in any state,

                        By the way, I don’t think anything, I just know and answered how Gaddafi and Hussein would have answered.

                        What you don’t think or do not want to think is, I guessed about the rest, there’s just a curtain))
                        1. 0
                          4 September 2019
                          Quote: 1976AG
                          as for the rest, it's just a curtain

                          Something like this.
        2. -5
          3 September 2019
          She ("the entire territory of Syria") will never be under Assad's control. Sunnis never accept Alawite primacy.
          1. +2
            3 September 2019
            Never say never.
            1. -2
              3 September 2019
              You want to believe in what you want to believe in - this is your right.
            2. 0
              3 September 2019
              Never say never.

              The Alawites are a minority of the population. It is as if the Chinese had put the Tatar in power, and he took over all his senior posts. You must choose the right allies.
              1. -3
                3 September 2019
                And we already have the Tatar in power .... the capital spuds so that only the crack is worth it! And for all the key posts, he ...
                I think everyone understood :))
              2. -1
                3 September 2019
                Quote: Arzt
                Never say never.

                The Alawites are a minority of the population. It is as if the Chinese had put the Tatar in power, and he took over all his senior posts. You must choose the right allies.

                Apparently, you would choose IS allies as all-powerful states support them.
                1. -2
                  3 September 2019
                  Apparently, you would choose IS allies as all-powerful states support them.

                  No, I would, with the help of Ramzan Akhmadovich, pick up a candidate from the Sunnis, most of them there. Yes, he’s already chosen a campaign, he just refused to leave. Bashar has to go with him to the end.
                  And as for the states and the IG, you don’t particularly worry, this is temporary until Assad is at the helm. We fought Ahmad Shah Masoud for 10 years, then we supported him in the fight against the Taliban, and now we accept them in Moscow.
                  States (like us) are least interested in creating a powerful Islamic state. They consider themselves the heirs of the Roman Republic, which means the main principle of “divide et impera”.
                  1. -1
                    3 September 2019
                    Quote: Arzt
                    Apparently, you would choose IS allies as all-powerful states support them.

                    No, I would, with the help of Ramzan Akhmadovich, pick up a candidate from the Sunnis, most of them there. Yes, he’s already chosen a campaign, he just refused to leave. Bashar has to go with him to the end.
                    And as for the states and the IG, you don’t particularly worry, this is temporary until Assad is at the helm. We fought Ahmad Shah Masoud for 10 years, then we supported him in the fight against the Taliban, and now we accept them in Moscow.
                    States (like us) are least interested in creating a powerful Islamic state. They consider themselves the heirs of the Roman Republic, which means the main principle of “divide et impera”.

                    Sunnis do not want to serve in the army, so you are laying another time bomb, the ruling clan will have an army of a hostile clan! So this number will not work.
                    1. 0
                      3 September 2019
                      Sunnis do not want to serve in the army

                      And then who is fighting the Assad? (Yes, and for Assad).
                      1. -1
                        3 September 2019
                        Quote: Arzt
                        Sunnis do not want to serve in the army

                        And then who is fighting the Assad? (Yes, and for Assad).

                        Understand how Assad came to power, I’m tired of chewing everything for you, let’s already
                    2. 0
                      3 September 2019
                      the ruling clan will have an army of a hostile clan

                      I did not understand what I mean.
                      I am talking about the need to rely on the majority in the country. No matter what social attribute this majority is organized. In the case of Syria, preferably religiously. Most Syrian citizens are Sunnis (74%). So the president and senior leaders in all areas should be Sunnis. Then most citizens will support them.
                      But of course it should be OUR Sunnis. Faithful foot soldiers in the Middle East.
                      1. +1
                        3 September 2019
                        Most in the country? Who is this? If you're talking about the army. Then in Syria, the majority are foreign mercenaries, the most effective and decisive force. .
                        If you are about ordinary citizens. Then there was no free expression of will. And now, in general, a mess.
                      2. 0
                        3 September 2019
                        But of course it should be OUR Sunnis. Faithful foot soldiers in the Middle East.
                        You can’t understand the simple thing, if the Sunnis are ours, then for the states they will be enemies like Assad, and again there will be a reason for US intervention in Syria and there will again be war.
                        1. -1
                          3 September 2019
                          You can’t understand the simple thing, if the Sunnis are ours, then for the states they will be enemies like Assad, and again there will be a reason for US intervention in Syria and there will again be war.

                          Yes, but the majority of the population will be on our side, which means more chances to win. This is the essence of politics - to choose the strongest side.
                        2. 0
                          4 September 2019
                          Most of the population wants peace and a normal life, not war and poverty, and therefore you can always come to an agreement with them, those who receive money for the killings will always fight. To choose the strongest side is the essence of opportunists, and not the essence of politics. The essence of politics is to develop the right tactics and strategy of behavior.
                      3. 0
                        3 September 2019
                        Quote: Arzt
                        So the president and senior leaders in all areas should be Sunnis. Then most citizens will support them.

                        You speak as a Soviet person, with his thinking. But not like an Arab.
                  2. -1
                    3 September 2019
                    States (like us) are least interested in creating a powerful Islamic state.
                    And therefore, in the five years of the state’s struggle with the Islamic State, terrorists only gained strength. And who supplied the weapons to the terrorists? Isn't it the states? You have fantasized a lot.
                    1. -1
                      3 September 2019
                      And who supplied the weapons to the terrorists?

                      And they will deliver. Until Assad leaves. And if our protege again comes to Assad’s place, they will continue deliveries. But if Syria is headed by a state governor, then the first thing he will cover is IG. (But we will not allow this. wink ).
                      1. +1
                        3 September 2019
                        Until Assad leaves.
                        Are you an employee of the US State Department? What have you done "Assad must go"? We will help him, so sorry, move over!
                        1. -1
                          3 September 2019
                          We will help him

                          We will, where to go, we must keep our word. But for the majority of the Syrian population, he will remain a stranger whose power rests on foreign bayonets (or bombers if you want). And that means we are stuck again.
                        2. 0
                          3 September 2019
                          Quote: Arzt
                          We will help him

                          We will, where to go, we must keep our word. But for the majority of the Syrian population, he will remain a stranger whose power rests on foreign bayonets (or bombers if you want). And that means we are stuck again.

                          Before the armed conflict, the population of Syria lived well with this "outsider" and they already understood that they succumbed to foreign influence and made a big mistake in this. To bring back the way of life that was before the conflict and in their interests too, so not everything is as gloomy as you think. Well, in the very near future we will have a testing ground for weapons and military equipment, which has no alternative.
                        3. -1
                          3 September 2019
                          they succumbed to foreign influence and made a big mistake in this; they already understood.

                          In Russia, it is believed that the West (mainly the United States) is conducting a large-scale operation to overthrow the former Soviet regimes in Arab countries. But not so simple.
                          Here is Primakov’s opinion:
                          The Arab Spring is primarily disadvantageous for the Americans. The previous regimes suited them, because their leaders fought against Islamic extremism and terrorists. "Spring" began spontaneously, but its spread across the Arab countries is already associated with the latest technologies - the Internet, television, and other communications. The Islamists "saddled" this process. Their organizations have taken control of the situation, and this must be reckoned with. "
                          (Interview to the newspaper "Century" on 16.04.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX)
                        4. 0
                          3 September 2019
                          Quote: Arzt
                          they succumbed to foreign influence and made a big mistake in this; they already understood.

                          In Russia, it is believed that the West (mainly the United States) is conducting a large-scale operation to overthrow the former Soviet regimes in Arab countries. But not so simple.
                          Here is Primakov’s opinion:
                          The Arab Spring is primarily disadvantageous for the Americans. The previous regimes suited them, because their leaders fought against Islamic extremism and terrorists. "Spring" began spontaneously, but its spread across the Arab countries is already associated with the latest technologies - the Internet, television, and other communications. The Islamists "saddled" this process. Their organizations have taken control of the situation, and this must be reckoned with. "
                          (Interview to the newspaper "Century" on 16.04.2013/XNUMX/XNUMX)

                          Primakov did not find the time when the states supplied them with weapons, otherwise he would have adjusted his opinion. And how did they fight IS? Is it that the states don’t know how to fight, or didn’t want to fight them if the result of their struggle was the further spread of IS in Syria? But are the Taliban and Al Qaeda their product? First create a ter.organization, and then type fight with them. And the matter is not in the former Soviet regimes, but simply eliminate those who, for whatever reason, become not pleasing to them.
          2. 0
            3 September 2019
            Quote: Nycomed
            Sunnis will never recognize the supremacy of the Alawites.

            Correctly. But they can come to some kind of agreement, and then rather a minor agreement. If the war is very tired, they will find a compromise. But everything is very complicated there.
          3. -2
            3 September 2019
            Quote: Nycomed
            She ("the entire territory of Syria") will never be under Assad's control. Sunnis never accept Alawite primacy.

            Will, maybe after Assad ...
        3. 0
          3 September 2019
          Quote: 1976AG
          As long as the entire territory of Syria is not under the control of the government, this can not be dreamed of.

          And this will not happen soon, they do not give and do not want to give peace there.
    3. +1
      3 September 2019
      IG is impossible to defeat, IG is an idea, it’s in the minds
      1. +4
        3 September 2019
        Quote: Alexander Sokolov
        IG is impossible to defeat, IG is an idea, it’s in the minds

        But the scale of activity can be reduced many times.
        1. 0
          4 September 2019
          Quote: 1976AG
          Quote: Alexander Sokolov
          IG is impossible to defeat, IG is an idea, it’s in the minds

          But the scale of activity can be reduced many times.

          No, not like that, it’s grandmas in the pocket of the sponsors, plus robbery and murder, under the guise of the United States.
    4. +3
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      But the scale of activity can be reduced many times.

      Can. But do not forget that guerrilla wars can last for decades.
      1. +3
        3 September 2019
        Quote: Old26
        Quote: 1976AG
        But the scale of activity can be reduced many times.

        Can. But do not forget that guerrilla wars can last for decades.

        And no one forgets, just if you got down to business, you need to work to the maximum, and if you think like you, then you need to drop everything and surrender to the winner, only mercy will not come from him.
      2. +2
        3 September 2019
        Quote: Old26
        Can. But do not forget that guerrilla wars can last for decades.

        To begin, shut off the supply.
    5. 0
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      Quote: Old26
      Quote: 1976AG
      But the scale of activity can be reduced many times.

      Can. But do not forget that guerrilla wars can last for decades.

      And no one forgets, just if you got down to business, you need to work to the maximum, and if you think like you, then you need to drop everything and surrender to the winner, only mercy will not come from him.

      Oh, are you already reading my mind? Didn't you try to think about how to carry out a cleanup of the territory in which there are several tens of thousands of civilians and several thousand militants dissolved between them? This is a very, very difficult task. And you immediately, to the maximum. Yes, you can and to the maximum. Cover this town with Buratin, no matter who gets hit. Peaceful or militants. Then walk through the aircraft, pour napalm and fill it with fragmentation bombs. And the third stage is the infantry units. This will be the maximum ...
      1. 0
        3 September 2019
        Well, what are you all exaggerating so? Cleaning up the territory is of course a complicated matter, I didn’t even think about arguing on this issue, it’s just one thing when you puff up and clean up the territory, and at this time new groups of terrorists seep into this very territory and it’s a completely different thing when the borders are under control and your efforts are not in vain .
    6. 0
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      Well, what are you all exaggerating so? Cleaning up the territory is of course a complicated matter, I didn’t even think about arguing on this issue, it’s just one thing when you puff up and clean up the territory, and at this time new groups of terrorists seep into this very territory and it’s a completely different thing when the borders are under control and your efforts are not in vain .

      I will not exaggerate. Syria, as someone wrote to you correctly earlier, is not the territory of Russia. Semi-desert terrain, even at the borders, at least around cities (provinces). The issue of territory control is very acute. There would be no problems if Assad would have a multi-million army, which could tightly close the borders and carry out the blockade of gangster enclaves. But she is not there. Even according to pre-war data, he had about 150 thousand armed forces. How much was left as a result of several years of civil war, how much went into the camp of his opponents. This is a question that cannot be unambiguously answered now. Therefore, I wrote that the guerrilla war will continue for years, if not decades, especially in a cauldron like Syria. After all, as the IG wrote correctly - this is not only an organization, but an ideology. It is enough for 3-5 carriers of this ideology to leak through the cordons with civilians and they will begin their destructive work already in the cleared area
      1. 0
        3 September 2019
        And what, the territory of Russia is a fairly simple option for you? Yes, we have no desert, but we have mountains. Or do you think it is easier to control the territory there? And the number of troops here will not help you either. The fact that it will be easy I never said. And the rest of the questions, as I said, to the experience of Hussein and Gaddafi. And by the way, they also did not exhibit a border outfit on every meter of the desert. So inappropriately here about the millionth armies.
      2. -1
        3 September 2019
        And what am I talking about Hussein and Gaddafi, refer to the experience of Hafez al-Assad - there is a XNUMX% recipe.
        1. 0
          3 September 2019
          There is a very bad recipe; They chewed off their own little head for Grandpa Muamar, Grandfather Saddam was pulled out of the "rat" hole and thrown a loop around his neck. Grandfather Hafiz, by the will of fate, avoided this. Therefore, I want to say: run, Bashar, run! am
          1. +1
            3 September 2019
            Quote: Nycomed
            There is a very bad recipe; They chewed off their own little head for Grandpa Muamar, Grandfather Saddam was pulled out of the "rat" hole and thrown a loop around his neck. Grandfather Hafiz, by the will of fate, avoided this. Therefore, I want to say: run, Bashar, run! am

            Well, you understand who arranged it, what kind of naughty ones are there? But you understood what I meant, these countries flourished until democracy was exported there. So you can live well with the composition of the population, if you do not do stupid things. And with stupidity, Yanukovych in the enlightened geyrope almost paid his life.
            1. 0
              3 September 2019
              Well, first of all, you and I didn't have a brotherhood. And these tales, about how well they lived, tell someone else. And the "export of" Gaddafia "to Chad and Sudan, how is it?
              1. 0
                3 September 2019
                Quote: Nycomed
                Well, first of all, you and I didn't have a brotherhood. And these tales, about how well they lived, tell someone else. And the "export of" Gaddafia "to Chad and Sudan, how is it?

                Brudershaft was not, I apologize. And how can you live from different sources and what happened before was much better than it is now, so there is something to compare.
                1. +1
                  3 September 2019
                  Apologies are accepted. hi
          2. +1
            4 September 2019
            No need to drive Assad from his land. Such and GDP can be driven. No successes whatsoever. Fires alone, modernization, and ... the growth of taxpayer welfare in each RosStat report.
    7. -2
      3 September 2019
      Quote: Arzt
      But we will not allow this.

      Loves a banned organization in Russia !? am am
      It's interesting to read you. "Your" Sunnis, "your" Assads. And where is mine? And why do I need "your"?
      "You have no idea where I was! ...". And I'm not going to represent your dirt.
      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        "You have no idea where I was! ...". And I'm not going to represent your dirt.
        And I didn’t write this to you, so you can pass by.
    8. -2
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      Well, you understand who arranged it, what kind of their

      Very own. And there is nothing to blame for America (and the Russian rulers). The Arabs themselves have a crooked face.
      In vain you defend the Busurman. Soak them in mud.
      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: bbtcs
        Quote: 1976AG
        Well, you understand who arranged it, what kind of their

        Very own. And there is nothing to blame for America (and the Russian rulers). The Arabs themselves have a crooked face.
        In vain you defend the Busurman. Soak them in mud.

        When America ceases to climb where it is not asked, then it will stop blaming.
    9. -3
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      geyrope

      There is nothing to lie. Everything about them is normal with orientation.
      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: bbtcs
        Quote: 1976AG
        geyrope

        There is nothing to lie. Everything about them is normal with orientation.

        I'm not lying. Their gay parades are watched by the whole world and their upbringing of the younger generation in the style of "parent 1" and "parent 2" instead of dad and mom is not a secret for us either. A person with a normal orientation would never allow this.
    10. -2
      3 September 2019
      Quote: 1976AG
      We will help him

      At the expense of the Russian people, yeah. and the Americans were going to overthrow at the expense of the American. Feel the difference! What is beneficial for a Russian person? So that the 1976AG never helps anyone.
      1. 0
        4 September 2019
        Quote: bbtcs
        Quote: 1976AG
        We will help him

        At the expense of the Russian people, yeah. and the Americans were going to overthrow at the expense of the American. Feel the difference! What is beneficial for a Russian person? So that the 1976AG never helps anyone.

        The Americans are also deploying their bases near our borders at the expense of their own and geyropekskih taxpayers, and we are forced to take retaliatory measures at our own expense, also order to abandon them? Sitting silently watching, but the money is not wasted.
    11. 0
      4 September 2019
      Do not take prisoner.

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