Syria's sky fight continues


Today, Israel attacked Syrian territory with missiles. The air defense forces managed to repel the attack.


It is reported by Syria's state television Al-Ikhbariya.

According to television journalists, the shelling was carried out from the territory of the occupied Golan Heights and was aimed at targets in the provinces of Homs and Kuneitra. It is alleged that all missiles were destroyed and did not reach the goal.

In response to a request from a Russian news agency RIA News As for the shelling, the IDF press service said that they did not comment on foreign media about their military operations in Syria.

Syrian journalist Mohamad Rashid reports on the bombing of Dabaa Airport in Homs, where the second largest base of the Hezbollah armed militia located in this province is located. He suggests that the raid was carried out by the Israeli military aviation.

Data on IAF attacks on Syria is indirectly confirmed by the IntelSky Internet portal, which publishes information on the movement of military and civil aviation over the Middle East and the eastern Mediterranean Sea. They claim that a group of Israeli air force combat aircraft flew over the city of Saida in southern Lebanon.

Portal Al Masdar News about an attempt by the Syrian air defense to bring down the Turkish Air Force F-200 fighter using the S-16 complex. This happened in the northwest of the country. Presumably, the Turkish plane evaded the missile and left Syrian territory. Also, Syrian air defense shot down a Turkish drone near the city of Sarakib. This is the seventh downed Turkish drone in the past two days.

There was also information from the American Step News Agency about missile attacks by Russian aviation in the south of Idlib in the region of Jebel Zawiya. The goals were the city of Benin and other settlements of the region. The information was also confirmed by the Syrian opposition satellite channel Haleb Today TV.

Today, Reuters published information about the hasty buildup of the group of Russian troops in Syria, which has occurred since the death of the Turkish military in Idlib. They refer to data on the movement of ships through the Bosphorus Strait and aviation statistics. Reuters claims that Russia sent five ships via the Bosphorus over the past six days, although according to official statistics there were only two. The agency believes that the Russian Federation began to gradually increase its contingent in Syria since October last year, when the United States began the withdrawal of its troops.

Of great importance for the future fate of Syria may be the negotiations between Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which are scheduled for March 5 in Moscow.
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  1. bessmertniy 5 March 2020 12: 26 New
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    Well, at least some hope that Syrian air defense is starting to work better.
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      1. DED_peer_DED 5 March 2020 23: 55 New
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        Quote: Sky Strike fighter
        They made work on the mistakes and the effectiveness of the Syrian air defense immediately increased.

        Learn. Well done.
        1. Vyacheslav Viktorovich 6 March 2020 02: 37 New
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          It vaguely seems that, as always, Israel will simply post satellite images of bombed bases after some time.
          1. Nikolay Ivanov_5 7 March 2020 10: 26 New
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            I wish the entire Syrian people unification and speedy deliverance from all kinds of terrorists.
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    3. Chaldon48 5 March 2020 15: 42 New
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      Syria received the “go-ahead” and finally activated its capabilities.
    4. Uncle Izya 5 March 2020 19: 25 New
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      Better)) on the example of Turkey?
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    1. TermNachTer 5 March 2020 19: 57 New
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      Well, the Jews, too, even those storytellers. They have no losses at all, in principle.
  3. tihonmarine 5 March 2020 12: 32 New
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    In response to a request from the Russian news agency RIA Novosti about the shelling, the IDF press service said it did not comment on foreign media about its military operations in Syria.
    And what comments can they give, that they will not bomb Syrian territory, that they will only bomb terrorists. But in reality, everything is different, and all the questions are immediately denied "We don’t give comments to foreign media." This is their constant position - "we have nothing to do with it."
    1. Chaldon48 5 March 2020 15: 47 New
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      Israeli aircraft, so far, have the status of "unbreakable", but the appetites of the military department are growing, something will end.
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  4. rocket757 5 March 2020 12: 35 New
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    What are we waiting for .... and why wait, it’s not clear!
    1. Lelek 5 March 2020 12: 59 New
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      Quote: rocket757
      What are we waiting for .... and why wait, it’s not clear!

      hi Victor.
      Calm Syrian air defense operates in a tense mode (you need to catch Turkish aviation, which is capable of provocation; drones and missiles "bearded" also for the most part Turkish and European production; Israeli missiles). The sky over Syria is closed - this is good. Well, the CAA is quite successfully squeezing the Turkish-Igilovsky “cocktail” in Idlib Ave.

      Erdogan is furious. Today, he has an “arrow” with Putin (if he doesn’t break) and a lot will be decided for Syria on it. Wait, smell it. In the meantime, the United States is preparing to help Erdogan a trickster with "white helmets", on which "Kelly Kraft highlighted:
      1. Revival 5 March 2020 13: 19 New
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        Damn, the American with a beard thought blindly until he enlarged the photo))
        "For a long time I dreamed of Hungarians with beards and a gun" (c).))))
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        2. Nadrub 5 March 2020 22: 13 New
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          You're not the only one :))
      2. rocket757 5 March 2020 13: 24 New
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        Hi lion soldier
        There are no simple solutions and everyone will have losses!
        It’s not clear who and how much, what, is ready to lose ....
        1. Lelek 5 March 2020 13: 36 New
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          Quote: rocket757
          There are no simple solutions and everyone will have losses! It’s not clear who and how much, what, is ready to lose ....


          This is understandable. Right now, someone is losing their life on either side, only the Syrians are losing it for their country, and the Turks and the "bearded" for the ambitions of their leaders. In any case, at the meeting between Putin and Erdogan, Assad will not lose the task of liberating his territory from the "Barmalei", Turks and Americans, otherwise there will be no Syrian country.
          1. rocket757 5 March 2020 13: 38 New
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            The country is already saved, it’s understandable, but when the world comes in it so-and-so is not clear.
            1. Lelek 5 March 2020 13: 44 New
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              Quote: rocket757
              The country is already saved, it’s understandable, but when the world comes in it so-and-so is not clear.


              When truly uninvited "guests" will leave it. But this is the essence of the issue. Especially if you agree and leave in an American way, as in Afghanistan:

              And how Trump "poured praises on the tree" about his "good" agreement with the glorious Taliban guys.
              1. rocket757 5 March 2020 13: 46 New
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                The fact is famous. We just have to laugh, but the minke whales will have to shell out, Schaub to smooth out the joint.
                1. Lelek 5 March 2020 13: 55 New
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                  Quote: rocket757
                  but the minke whales will have to shell out, Schaub to smooth over the jamb.


                  Victor, do not be naive when the Americans paid for their shoals (Japan, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq, Syria). Trump clearly outlined the priorities of the United States - supremacy in all areas, a love of the natural wealth of other countries. The greed and fanabery of this country has no limits.
                  1. rocket757 5 March 2020 14: 03 New
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                    They paid even how, when they couldn’t do anything by force ... they didn’t pay everyone, but to a specific interested person ... the amounts are not prohibitive, for them and finally, do they feel sorry for green candy wrappers? will print more.
      3. NordUral 5 March 2020 15: 59 New
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        Impudent, fucking, open.
      4. avebersek 5 March 2020 20: 49 New
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        Cool, but a powerful MLRS strike is not 60 missiles (3 launchers worked out). Not ours, 600 maybe. This is ours.
      5. DED_peer_DED 5 March 2020 23: 58 New
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        And what kind of boy is this - a blond in a black jacket in the middle of the photograph?
        The poor fellow got tired, the gate was unfastened ...
  5. The leader of the Redskins 5 March 2020 12: 37 New
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    The article is a reassurance of "about nothing." Listed yesterday’s news and decided that everything? Is Syria covered by an impenetrable air defense dome? Strange analysis. And if you compare the disparate? How much are the lives of pilots of three planes versus seven DRONs?
    1. Tzar 5 March 2020 12: 57 New
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      The news about the situation for yesterday, respectively, lists everything that happened yesterday, and not the lost planes, pilots and drones. And this is news, not analytics.
    2. SSR
      SSR 5 March 2020 13: 07 New
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      Quote: Leader of the Redskins
      Is Syria covered by an impenetrable air defense dome? Strange analysis.

      Comrade, where did Syria get such an air defense?
      Part of the air defense is ours for the cover of Khmeimim and Tartus, part of the air defense after the tragedy with Il, like the Syrians but under our control, part of the air defense we transferred covers Damascus and some areas. The old Syrians have to move to Idlib too, most of the air defense was destroyed on the ground at the beginning of the conflict.
      They do not have money for modern air defense.
      1. But how is the material presented in the article? Like "all is well beautiful marquise"!
        1. SSR
          SSR 5 March 2020 13: 46 New
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          Quote: Leader of the Redskins
          But how is the material presented in the article? Like "all is well beautiful marquise"!

          The way the materials are presented))) you can write a separate detailed article)))
    3. Sarkazm 6 March 2020 07: 33 New
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      Quote: tolmachiev51
      “Negotiations between the Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can be of great importance for the future fate of Syria” - interesting times have come !!! And what "comrade Assad will tell us!"?
      What will say "Comrade Assad" - and who is it? ...
      What is he known for? Maybe he enjoys popular love, or does he have a strong army, or maybe he has money? Not? - and then what to remember about him ...

      Seriously, he has two functions, now he is a sign and they are hiding behind them, and sooner or later he must become a scapegoat having played his final role on the gallows. Nothing personal, he knew what he was signing up for. And they say he was a good doctor.
  6. gabonskijfront 5 March 2020 12: 38 New
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    In war, the first victim is true. Everyone will decide, and then they themselves believe in this nonsense. It's like after fishing, every next story, the nibble is stronger and the fish is larger.
  7. tomket 5 March 2020 12: 39 New
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    And where are they going?
    1. rotmistr60 5 March 2020 12: 56 New
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      And where are they going?
      But they did not get out. Periodically deliver air strikes mainly from Lebanese airspace. And if you give comments, it all comes down to one thing - the fight against terrorists in the person of Hezbollah.
  8. voyaka uh 5 March 2020 12: 43 New
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    All targets are hit as usual. Hezbollah bases. One killed an Iranian general.
    1. Grits 5 March 2020 12: 50 New
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      Quote: voyaka uh
      All targets are hit as usual. Hezbollah bases. One killed an Iranian general.

      Listen to you, as if all of Syria is awash with Iranian warehouses, airfields, and military units. And in each crowd the generals run.
      1. voyaka uh 5 March 2020 12: 54 New
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        Not all. There are not so many warehouses. The Iranians are trying to build them at airfields, near military bases or factories. After the bombing, the warehouse is rebuilt, and after a few months they are again filled with weapons. This is tracked and again - re-bombed. Routine.
        1. Oleg123219307 5 March 2020 13: 03 New
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          Quote: voyaka uh
          Not all. There are not so many warehouses. The Iranians are trying to build them at airfields, near military bases or factories. After the bombing, the warehouse is rebuilt, and after a few months they are again filled with weapons. This is tracked and again - re-bombed. Routine.
          And for all the years the Iranians have never bothered? There was no thought, following the example of the Taliban, to build warehouses underground or in the mountains in caves and gorges, to create a network of false objects, to establish the work of counterintelligence ... And most importantly, all these thousands of tons of terrible weapons for some reason do not fall on Israel. In general, they somehow melt in the air or are completely destroyed by the gallant Israeli aircraft. What, for all these years, Iran could not shoot 50-100 serious PTRCs from these bases in Syria in Israel? Such that the iron dome is not so terrible for the trajectory and speed is not the same as that of Palestinian home crafts? Or could he not abandon a dozen containers with explosives and spent fuel from nuclear power plants with the same OTRK? Which do not shoot down, but will have to move to less luminous places? Not everything is so simple there ...
          1. voyaka uh 5 March 2020 13: 14 New
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            "No idea, following the example of the Taliban, to build warehouses underground or in the mountains" ////
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            Of course it did. Built already. In the mountains, where the S-300s are located.
            But they were also bombed. Carefully in order not to accidentally touch the complexes.
            Underground build expensive and long.
            It’s easier to try to quickly unload the transporter (they don’t touch),
            and in a few days from the warehouse in trucks and fugues scattered to withdraw to Lebanon. Sometimes part of the cargo breaks.
            1. Varyag_0711 5 March 2020 13: 20 New
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              voyaka uh (Alexey)
              But they were also bombed. Carefully in order not to accidentally touch the complexes.
              Do you yourself believe in this nonsense in which you are trying to convince us?
              And you were asked how many Iranian ammunition fell on Israel?
              1. voyaka uh 5 March 2020 13: 27 New
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                I'm not trying to convince anyone of anything. smile
                I'm having a conversation. I answer interesting questions from the interlocutors. I enjoy communicating with adequate opponents.
                All the best hi
                1. Varyag_0711 5 March 2020 13: 32 New
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                  voyaka uh (Alexey)
                  I enjoy communicating with adequate opponents.
                  With "adequate" is it with which? With those who share only your point of view?
                  Reading your comments, I have one question, are you not disgusted with yourself?
                  All the best
                  And you do not cough. tongue
                  1. voyaka uh 5 March 2020 13: 40 New
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                    "With" adequate "is it with which?
                    With those who share only your point of view? "////
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                    No, it's not so interesting to talk with those who share my point of view. Adequate: 1) those who are not rude, conduct a dialogue politely 2) calm 3) who ask interesting substantive questions.
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                    But there are fewer, unfortunately. sad
                2. Grits 5 March 2020 15: 25 New
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                  Quote: voyaka uh
                  I'm not trying to convince anyone

                  Indeed, what's the point of destroying ammunition that you never even flew by. Maybe you all have paranoia there?
              2. igor67 5 March 2020 13: 34 New
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                Quote: Varyag_0711
                voyaka uh (Alexey)
                But they were also bombed. Carefully in order not to accidentally touch the complexes.
                Do you yourself believe in this nonsense in which you are trying to convince us?
                And you were asked how many Iranian ammunition fell on Israel?

                2013 year. 48 missiles. 3 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
                2014 year. 3.686 missiles. 807 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. 14 dead, 169 wounded.
                2015 year. 31 missiles. 2 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
                2016 year. 16 missiles. There are no dead and wounded.
                2017 year. 30 rockets. 7 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
                2018 year. 941 rocket. 200 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. One dead, more than 60 wounded.
                2019 year. About 1300 missiles. About 480 missiles were shot down by a missile defense system. 6 dead, more than 70 wounded. almost all Iranian-made missiles, these are grad and Fajr 5 rockets, before that they shot as they say water pipes kasam
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                  1. Krasnodar 5 March 2020 14: 01 New
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                    Quote: Varyag_0711
                    igor67 (Igor)
                    almost all Iranian-made missiles, these are grad and Fajr 5 missiles
                    Firstly, how do you know that they are all Iranian-made? Obs said?
                    Secondly, do you think that Israel did not deserve all these “gifts” for its terrorist activities in the BV?
                    I have a Lebanese friend and I know firsthand what Israeli barbarians did in the occupied territory. After his stories, I personally consider all Israelis to be fascist geeks and no one can convince me otherwise. So Israel is reaping exactly what it has sowed, and indeed.

                    You ask this friend
                    He considers it normal that in Lebanon, as well as in Syria, the Nazi party of the Nazi is legal?
                    He considers it normal that the territory of Lebanon was a springboard for terrorist attacks and attacks on Israel from 1948 to 2006?
                    9 years ago I was in Krasnodar with friends for an anniversary - there was one Palestinian who also told tales. I talked to him drunk - he quickly fell off the event))))
                    And convey condolences to the Lebanese on May 9! wink
                    1. Varyag_0711 5 March 2020 14: 14 New
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                      Krasnodar
                      You ask this friend
                      The Israelis cut out half of the family from this friend, and in the most natural way, he does not belong to the SSNP either. And then, what matters do the Jews care about some kind of party in Lebanon? Is this a reason for the occupation?
                      He considers it normal that the territory of Lebanon was a springboard for terrorist attacks and attacks on Israel from 1948 to 2006?
                      I have already written, and I repeat again, Israel is reaping exactly what it has sowed. Terrorist number 1 on BV is just Israel, and not someone else.
                      9 years ago I was in Krasnodar with friends for an anniversary - there was one Palestinian who also told tales. I talked to him drunk - he quickly dumped from the event
                      Come to Rostov, chat with my friend, we will see which of you will dump faster.
                      And convey condolences to the Lebanese on May 9!
                      Condole yourself!
                      1. Krasnodar 5 March 2020 15: 21 New
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                        1) Cut out, also the Jews? laughing Jews bomb and shoot - Arabs slaughter each other.
                        2) Once again - from the territory of declaring war on Israel in 1948, Lebanon up until 2006 carried out terrorist attacks against the Israeli peacekeeper and carried out shelling of the country's territory
                        3) Yes, for 25 years of my life in Israel I still didn’t understand why the Jews didn’t kick the Arabs of Israel’s intentionally blowing up Israeli children back to Jazira - they are big terrorists)).
                        4) If I were to see for everyone who paid at least a dollar ... laughing But in youth it was done! )))
                        5) I was saved by our Victory, achieved, inter alia, by my grandfathers, their brothers and other relatives. Lebanese and other Hitler lovers - condolences!
                      2. borberd 5 March 2020 17: 54 New
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                        There is no one to talk to, the Varangian is zombified. Lebanese just rode on his ears. And now he believes in something that has never been, and could not be. Israelis can shoot, drop a bomb, but in order to slaughter someone, Arabs are needed.
                      3. Krasnodar 5 March 2020 18: 01 New
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                        You see, people believe in what they want to believe.
                        The fact that "Palestine" was occupied by the Arabs in the 7th century AD, and Hitler is popular among the neighbors of Israel, Hitler does not shake them. They are not shaken by the number of Arabs who died in the conflict launched by Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and the other Arab-Israeli conflict, which is five times lower than the Civil War in Syria alone
                        All that people care about is: “Why is Israel bombing Syria”, because perceive this country as an ally.
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                        Quote: Krasnodar
                        All that people care about: “Why Israel bombing Syria”

                    2. Doliva63 5 March 2020 18: 54 New
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                      Quote: borberd
                      There is no one to talk to, the Varangian is zombified. Lebanese just rode on his ears. And now he believes in something that has never been, and could not be. Israelis can shoot, drop a bomb, but in order to slaughter someone, Arabs are needed.

                      But do the Israelis have no Arabs? So there is someone to cut, it turns out.
                    3. borberd 5 March 2020 19: 25 New
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                      There are Arabs, but they do not serve in the army for the most part. Druze, Circassians, Christians and Bedouins serve. These can cut. But as part of the Tsakhal, they obey the commanders, and not tribal customs. So, most likely, his "friend" blew his ears. laughing
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                      Quote: borberd
                      There are Arabs, but they do not serve in the army for the most part. Druze, Circassians, Christians and Bedouins serve. These can cut. But as part of the Tsakhal, they obey the commanders, and not tribal customs. So, most likely, his "friend" blew his ears. laughing

                      However, you must admit that "most likely" is not an argument.
                      You mentioned the Circassians. I have a Circassian friend, but not yours, but ours, the Soviet one. He served in the KGB of the USSR KGB - and, you know, he had no tribal customs. Horror, how everything is started up for you - the primitive capitalist system laughing
                    5. borberd 5 March 2020 19: 52 New
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                      So you your Circassians - those who did not have time to escape from your strong arms, declassified. And ours (your runaways) live in their villages, on their own wave and according to their customs.
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                      Quote: borberd
                      So you your Circassians - those who did not have time to escape from your strong arms, declassified. And ours (your runaways) live in their villages, on their own wave and according to their customs.

                      Figase, declassed! laughing People have been educated, grown out of the tribal system, and you are all customs, customs. For you, so everyone would live in a tribal society. Well, besides you, "advanced" laughing
                    7. borberd 5 March 2020 20: 02 New
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                      Are you sure that in Chechnya they know that they have no tribal or teip way? Then this news is not only for me, but also for themselves. lol
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                      Quote: borberd
                      Are you sure that in Chechnya they know that they have no tribal or teip way? Then this news is not only for me, but also for themselves. lol

                      In the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic was the last time in the 80th year. Ordinary villages, ordinary cities, ordinary people. Duli from the beer mugs of tarragon, the streets were crowded and calm. I did not notice any way, different, for example, from the Urals. In the village near the city of Ordzhonikidze, when we started looking for fruit, we were told that you can take everything outside the fence with a clear conscience. They easily welcomed the laggards and the lost. The usual Soviet republic was.
                    9. borberd 5 March 2020 20: 26 New
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                      And then came the 90s, the collapse of the USSR, emissaries of Wahhabis, honor killings in villages, teip wars, blood feud and other joys of a tribal society. We have the same . We are struggling with this, but it is very difficult to eradicate.
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                      Quote: borberd
                      And then came the 90s, the collapse of the USSR, emissaries of Wahhabis, honor killings in villages, teip wars, blood feud and other joys of a tribal society. We have the same . We are struggling with this, but it is very difficult to eradicate.

                      In general, sad, yes. But history goes in a spiral. The time will come when the new Soviet Union will again make decisions on Israel - so you will admonish that our experiences are shared, how to defeat these remnants, will not be refused drinks
                    11. borberd 5 March 2020 21: 10 New
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                      Your experience was also not entirely positive. Stalin resettled the Chechens with entire villages, which was a mistake, because they kept their way. And it was necessary to resettle families in different cities. Then it would be good. Your familiar Circassian was like that because he lived separately from his teip. drinks
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                      Quote: borberd
                      Your experience was also not entirely positive. Stalin resettled the Chechens with entire villages, which was a mistake, because they kept their way. And it was necessary to resettle families in different cities. Then it would be good. Your familiar Circassian was like that because he lived separately from his teip. drinks

                      Stalin made no mistakes. He did not want genocide of the Chechens - otherwise he really would have simply sprayed them around the country until complete assimilation, he would simply remove potential traitors from places of probable occupation. But your approach really smacks of genocide. My friend’s father, a Circassian, who survived “resettlement, eviction, declassification,” rose to the rank of major general, died in carrying out the task of protecting his homeland, unfortunately. Something my reality does not converge with yours.
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                      Well, yes, I didn’t want to, but it happened. Are you tired of gluing labels? Where did you see the genocide? No need to try to pull an owl on the globe. And this, the USSR will no longer be.
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    Quote: borberd
    Christians and Bedouins serve. These can cut

    We famously spar.
  10. Krasnodar 6 March 2020 00: 09 New
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    They are few in the IDF
    A call for them is optional, there is a minuscule volunteer, but somewhere after a year of service they become like the rest
    Like the Caucasians living there since the time of Elizabeth
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    Once again - from the territory of declaring war on Israel in 1948

    And in 1848, were they the same?
  12. Krasnodar 6 March 2020 00: 12 New
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    In 1848, Lebanon was part of the Ottoman Empire
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    In 1848, Lebanon was part of the Ottoman Empire

    But Israel, whose part was it?
  14. Krasnodar 6 March 2020 00: 15 New
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    Ottoman Empire)). Like Syria
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    However ... here it is.
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    Everything is neglected there. Viper.
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    Israel carried out anti-terrorist operations in Lebanon, after rockets were launched from its territory in peaceful cities, after Lebanon became a springboard for attacks by bandits in exciting schools, hotels and buses, killing children and the elderly. Take an interest, much has been written about this. Your Lebanese friend is blatantly lying in your eyes, earning points on your anti-Semitism.
    Israeli soldiers have never slaughtered anyone, it’s an intra-Arab prerogative, a national peculiarity ...
    Israel fought with terrorists from motley organizations, using standard methods, airstrikes, and ground forces.
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    igor67 (Igor)
    almost all Iranian-made missiles, these are grad and Fajr 5 missiles
    Firstly, how do you know that they are all Iranian-made? Obs said?
    Secondly, do you think that Israel did not deserve all these “gifts” for its terrorist activities in the BV?
    I have a Lebanese friend and I know firsthand what Israeli barbarians did in the occupied territory. After his stories, I personally consider all Israelis to be fascist geeks and no one can convince me otherwise. So Israel is reaping exactly what it has sowed, and indeed.

    emotions, emotions, I work with Lebanese former TSADALniks, Muslims as it turned out, and there is also a good friend, Lebanese Arab Christian, so you should talk to him, he told me about the atrocities when your favorite Shiites and children and women. You live there on emotions, but in reality, around the city where I live with a population of 45 thousand, a third are Muslim Arabs, around Arab villages with a population of 250 thousand, you would look at their houses and what kind of cars they drive, on the work is also almost the same Arabs and ZP they have twice greater than mine, so what about the unfortunate Arabs let you Maz wrote and why if he has a conscience. about the rockets, your arguments from the kindergarten, about the shellings that I laid out for you, mainly beat cities where pipes a priori do not fly, and as if the Arabs from Gaza do not hide what they shell
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        I'm on the drum with whom you work there and surrounded by whom you live, these are your personal problems.

        that's it, it’s your essence, it’s true for you on the drum, the main thing is that you have fantasized hi
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        There is no fantasy, I just see what Israel is doing, that's all. And that’s enough for me. You can declare anything, put forward any slogans of "the fight against terrorism," but the facts will remain facts. Israel heals on its territory and supplies terrorists fighting against the SAA. Israel inflicts vile attacks on the territory of the bleeding Syria. Israel occupies the territories of Palestine, Syria and Lebanon. Israel illegally assumes Jerusalem. This alone is enough to hate you forever, in fact, you are the same fascists towards your neighbors, like the Germans in the 40s, no better.

        I’m here for 8 years on the site and I won’t prove or disprove it, it’s all the same useless, since you have already appointed the enemy.
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        There is no fantasy, I just see what Israel is doing, that's all. And that’s enough for me. You can declare anything, put forward any slogans of "the fight against terrorism," but the facts will remain facts. Israel heals on its territory and supplies terrorists fighting against the SAA. Israel inflicts vile attacks on the territory of the bleeding Syria. Israel occupies the territories of Palestine, Syria and Lebanon. Israel illegally assumes Jerusalem. This alone is enough to hate you forever, in fact, you are the same fascists towards your neighbors, like the Germans in the 40s, no better.


        Maybe enough tales to tell and throw accusations in which you do not understand anything? Israel treated all those brought from the Syrian side, including Assad soldiers, pregnant women, the elderly and children. But what Israel did not do - it did not meet the Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorists in the Kremlin with the words - “I am glad to welcome dear comrades-in-arms and colleagues” (c). Indeed, it was with these words that Lavrov met terrorists in the Kremlin. But these are correct, shaking hands terrorists. Israel occupies about 14% of the territory of Palestine. The rest of the territory is occupied by Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the PA. Jerusalem, during the Great Port, was an Ottoman garbage dump, abandoned and useless to anyone. When the Jews repulsed it from the Jordanians, cleaned it and put it in order, suddenly, the Arabs remembered the tale that the prophet Muhammad had a dream, where he was somewhere, and where he tied his horse. It was decided to designate Jewish Jerusalem as the place from which the Muslims, when they owned it, made a garbage dump.
        It is a pity to shkolot, who does not know anything and hates someone, on the basis of tales heard somewhere.
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    You live there on emotions, but we are in reality, around the city where I live with a population of 45 thousand, a third are Muslim Arabs, around Arab villages with a population of 250 thousand

    But do you think this is the Promised Land? Well, run from there, if so scary and uncomfortable. You can come back. For example, no one shells Russia.
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      Quote: igor67
      You live there on emotions, but we are in reality, around the city where I live with a population of 45 thousand, a third are Muslim Arabs, around Arab villages with a population of 250 thousand

      But do you think this is the Promised Land? Well, run from there, if so scary and uncomfortable. You can come back. For example, no one shells Russia.

      hi I am from Ukraine, and my relatives live there
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      I am from Ukraine, and my relatives live there

      And do they like it? Take relatives.
      Although ... Ukraine ... God damn it, where is better?
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      I am from Ukraine, and my relatives live there

      And do they like it? Take relatives.
      Although ... Ukraine ... God damn it, where is better?

      they are Ukrainians, I have a mixed family
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    voyaka uh (Alexey)
    But they were also bombed. Carefully in order not to accidentally touch the complexes.
    Do you yourself believe in this nonsense in which you are trying to convince us?
    And you were asked how many Iranian ammunition fell on Israel?

    2013 year. 48 missiles. 3 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
    2014 year. 3.686 missiles. 807 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. 14 dead, 169 wounded.
    2015 year. 31 missiles. 2 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
    2016 year. 16 missiles. There are no dead and wounded.
    2017 year. 30 rockets. 7 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. There are no dead and wounded.
    2018 year. 941 rocket. 200 missiles shot down by a missile defense system. One dead, more than 60 wounded.
    2019 year. About 1300 missiles. About 480 missiles were shot down by a missile defense system. 6 dead, more than 70 wounded. almost all Iranian-made missiles, these are grad and Fajr 5 rockets, before that they shot as they say water pipes kasam

    Don't you find amazing statistics? Thousands of missiles, if really Iranian then not artisanal but military, with guidance systems, serious striking elements and everything else ... And a few dead. Every time I watch the news and I can’t understand, is someone breaching or Arabs do not know how to use weapons at all?
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      Don't you find amazing statistics? Thousands of missiles, if really Iranian then not artisanal but military, with guidance systems, serious striking elements and everything else ... And a few dead. Every time I watch the news and I can’t understand, someone is breaching or the Arabs do not know how

      Palestinian groups have indeed received technology from Iran to create Fajr-5 missiles, which Hamas uses to bomb Israel, said Mohammad Ali Jafari, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps.

      “We cannot supply weapons to the Gaza Strip, as it is blocked by Israel, but we shared with the Palestinians the experience in manufacturing Fajr-5 missiles, and today they manufacture them in large quantities,” Jafari said.


      “We shared with the Palestinians the experience in manufacturing Fajr-5 missiles, and today they manufacture them in large numbers.”

      Meanwhile, Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani said Tehran is providing military assistance to the Palestinians and called on Arab countries to follow suit, Interfax reports.
      However, he did not specify what exactly this assistance from Iran is.

      “Our merit is that our assistance has material and military aspects, and these Arab countries that hold meetings should know that the Palestinian people need action, not words or meetings,” said the speaker of the Iranian parliament.
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        I believe. But still, why such a low efficiency?
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        “We shared with the Palestinians the experience in manufacturing rockets


        Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
        Nuclear weapons
        One of the first Mark-17 thermonuclear bombs, power 10 Mt, weight 20 tons. Deployed since the mid-1950s on B-36 Peacemaker bombers

        Russia - USA - Great Britain - France - China - India - Israel - Pakistan - DPRK
        Main article: Israel's weapons of mass destruction

        Israeli Nuclear Weapons - The nuclear weapons allegedly available to Israel. Officially, Israel has never reported the possession of nuclear weapons, it does not confirm or refute the possession of nuclear weapons. At the same time, Israel did not sign the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons [1].

        Israel may be one of the countries with a full-fledged strategic nuclear triad. Like the United States, Russia and the PRC, Israel has weapons for delivering nuclear weapons in all three natural environments [2]. According to several estimates, Israel is the sixth largest nuclear weapon in the world [3].

        According to the SVR, Israel could potentially produce up to 1970 nuclear warheads in the period 1980-20, and by 1993 from 100 to 200 warheads [1]. According to various estimates, in 2006, Israel had about 200 nuclear weapons in its arsenal. So, according to former US President Jimmy Carter, voiced in May 2008, their number is “150 or more” [4]. Nuclear warheads are believed to be equipped with Israeli Jericho missiles. According to the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), the IDF has about 60 missiles with a single-block nuclear charge [5]. F-15 and F-16 aircraft can also be used to deliver nuclear bombs and missiles with nuclear warheads.

        An article by two nuclear proliferation experts (Hans M. Kristensen and Robert S. Norris), published in the UK-based Bulletin Of The Atomic Research in early September 2013, claims that Israel has around 80 nuclear weapons warheads, while disposing of fissile materials necessary for the production of 115 to 190 warheads. These data are approximately consistent with the estimates of experts from the US RUMO, who called the figure 80 warheads back in 1999. According to the authors of the article, from 1967 to 2004, Israel annually produced 2-3 nuclear warheads. By the beginning of the Doomsday War (1973), Israel had 15 nuclear warheads, by the time of the invasion of Lebanon (1982) - 35, by the beginning of the Iraq War - 56, by 2003 - 78, and in 2004 the production of nuclear warheads was frozen [ 6].


        And who shared technology and uranium with Israel?
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          Now something like this, things are ...
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          Now something like this, things are ...

          Which country did Israel strike?
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          Which country did Israel strike?

          And ... so you are talking about a "blow" ...
          I understand that you wrote about the "supply".
          Sorry.
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    But they were also bombed. Carefully in order not to accidentally touch the complexes.

    It’s unrealistic to bomb a base buried in the mountains. Firstly, the warehouse itself can be removed from the entrance at a distance of several kilometers, and try to find where it is, secondly, 30-50m of dense rock does not penetrate overhead with rockets, only anti-bunker bombs weighing several tons or nuclear weapons. And Israeli aviation does not rush into the airspace of the SAR, so you can forget about free-falling bombs. For obvious reasons, nuclear weapons are also not an option. So how did they bomb it?
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      It seems that Syria itself has not concluded an official peace with Israel
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          Let them conclude then not in theory
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            Let them conclude then not in theory

            Looking at me, even a cat laughs like a horse ...
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        It seems that Syria itself has not concluded an official peace with Israel

        Herself ? One? And did not conclude.
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    But proves can also ask - where are such intimate details from? Moreover, in this case there were videos with air explosions and there was no video of conflagration, even from afar.
    Just in case - this is for this post
    All targets are hit as usual. Hezbollah bases. One killed an Iranian general
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    One killed an Iranian general.

    Probably the last one.
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    Is the "fight for Syria" still going on?
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    Presumably, the Turkish plane evaded the missile and left Syrian territory.

    S-200 is not MANPADS, it has no task to get on the plane, and the task is to cover with a "cloud" of striking elements. Run away from them on the approach of the rocket is very doubtful. Perhaps the pilot was warned that there was a rocket launch from the ground and therefore changed course only to where, only to hell. So Turkish Avax is working. This is bad. But this is good - we understand how their system works in real combat.
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      The F-16 has a warning system for radar exposure from the ground. Just do not yawn. Two years ago, an Israeli F-16 pilot yawned - received a rocket. The second reacted immediately - and evaded.
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        I wonder how informative modern STRs are. In 2008, I watched with my own eyes how SPO-15 Birch works — quiet horror, everything is direction-finding, it is unclear who and where you are getting from, what funds are working, for example, “F” is on, but in theory the Georgians don’t have anything suitable for this type, or does the ACT generally keep silent, and the group is already “on the hook”, hell knows in short, can modern BKO work more accurately and selectively, somehow isolate and weed out “their” from “strangers”?
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          SPO-15 Birch - silent horror

          The signal and data from Birch were not processed by tolerances, such as computers.
          And her selectivity was low.
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        Evaded Radar Exposure?
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    "Reuters claims that Russia sent five ships via the Bosphorus in the last six days in the last six days, although according to official statistics there were only two."

    Two passed through the Bosphorus, the remaining three slipped by night short land dashes laughing
    And I’ll ask the editors to read the texts more carefully: “I sent via the Bosphorus in six days in the last six days” - this is not normal. hi
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    We are waiting for the unloading of the BDK with surprises .. No wonder Erdogan galloped to Moscow!
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      We are waiting for the unloading of the BDK with surprises .. No wonder Erdogan galloped to Moscow!

      Maybe he was already brought from Moscow. Unload, we'll see laughing
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    Today, Israel attacked Syrian territory with missiles. The air defense forces managed to repel the attack.
    It is reported by Syria's state television Al-Ikhbariya.


    Since we basically entered Syria and are still there, it’s nice to at least in general terms imagine the peculiarities of the local mentality. Reality — victory or defeat — is second to the Arabs, however paradoxical it may sound. Losing is not scary, it's scary to “lose face”. And they lose their face only when they recognize themselves defeated. Own shameful and obvious defeats in the Arab-Israeli wars, for example, (primarily the 67th and 73rd years) by the Arab parties to the conflict are celebrated as public holidays of Victory .. They celebrate one victory after another.
    In this sense, any Syrian state source of information simply does not have the right not to declare success - the number of goals shot at the same time is taken by sight, arbitrarily, and can be several times greater than the actual enemy combat forces that participated in the operation.
    Therefore, presenting official Syrian media as a source of operational information can only be a joke.
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    In response to a request from the Russian news agency RIA Novosti about the shelling, the IDF press service said it did not comment on foreign media about its military operations in Syria.
    And what comments can they give, that they will not bomb Syrian territory, that they will only bomb terrorists. But in reality, everything is different, and all the questions are immediately denied "We don’t give comments to foreign media." This is their constant position - "we have nothing to do with it."
    Because the Assad family or the Iranians hired Hezbollah and other barmalei, and just because they are Shiites and not Sunnis, they did not cease to be radical Islamists and terrorists. Israel wets them in the Syrian toilet.

    We have already discussed that it is much more convenient for Israel than to run after them in Lebanon and Palestine, especially since then there are many innocent victims and more bitterness against them, as well as Assad compactly gathered all the creatures, one good and fat purpose that sin cannot be destroyed .
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      that it is much more convenient for Israel

      How old is the last reincarnation of a given state?
      Why was it recreated?
      To secure the financial and economic coming of Moshiach?
      Power over the whole world?
      At 3 with a penny year?
      And is that all for this?
      This is a flight.
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    that it is much more convenient for Israel

    How old is the last reincarnation of a given state?
    Why was it recreated?
    To secure the financial and economic coming of Moshiach?
    Power over the whole world?
    At 3 with a penny year?
    And is that all for this?
    This is a flight.

    It’s exactly what’s happening there with their story, how the Jews suffered and bought with money, and they paid for their state with a krovochka.
    But I like two things from them, it is always the state’s interests above personal ones and how the formation of the establishment is going on with them.
    Somewhere here I wrote a biography of the same Beni Nathanyahu to read and the floor of the history of Israel can be found. But for example, corruption cases have now been dug into him, and if they prove in court, then no past merits will help, they will put him on a drink to give, and this is also VERY impressive.
    Brother Beni Natanyahu Hero of Israel, look at their attitude to military awards and by the way to the title of Hero - you can count them on the fingers of a constantly fighting country, military awards are practically not worn, including because ALL serve and ALL fight. What about us? Some are jealous of this and cry that they have probably adopted a new position, but the census medals will have to be removed:
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    “Negotiations between the Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan can be of great importance for the future fate of Syria” - interesting times have come !!! And what "comrade Assad will tell us!"?
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    And then came the 90s, the collapse of the USSR, emissaries of Wahhabis, honor killings in villages, teip wars, blood feud and other joys of a tribal society. We have the same . We are struggling with this, but it is very difficult to eradicate.

    Before the emissaries of the Wahhabites and other $ wounds, there was our half-fool drunk and a traitor to the Motherland with his "Take sovereignty as much as you can" ... In the first, an ordinary civil war grew into a mess and the dominance of bearded man. In between, the concocted Confederation of Mountain Peoples and the Pakistani, which had been hacked up in a strange way, ended up in our borders, whose Shamil Basaev was shod, dressed, armed and sent to fight for the Abkhazians, good uncles from Moscow, those who rub their trousers in the counter next to the station of the same name Metro...
    The logic was simple, the union republics had the right to withdraw from the USSR, they were union because they were large, and they say that we are small and therefore autonomous, but we also did not come to Russia. And then they still fought for the Abkhazians, they can be blamed from Georgia, and why don't we get over from Russia ... and here the EBN also blurted out sovereignty with a hangover, and then went to the hut ... Ours woke up too late, the same from the same counter rushed to arm the opposition ... In short, the worker and well, recall these goats :(
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    Useless air defense there, still working on it and working on it, and even the Armor disgraced by its 20 percent efficiency. Russia may but is afraid to bring down Israeli and Turkish aircraft, because behind them all the power of the West is military, political and economic. For restoration, before all the military reputation of the army and the military-industrial complex of Russia, as the air requires a special operation to destroy the planes of the aggressors, and the best way is to catch the F-35, well, it would just be a sakota.
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      It seems that fear has nothing to do with it. Unaware of the details of the negotiations between Putin and Erdogan, it is difficult, unfortunately, to say anything specific regarding Turkey .. But as far as Israel is concerned, everything is quite certain: there is an agreement between our countries on the coordination of hostilities. In accordance with it, our political leadership does not consider Israel as an adversary; The command of the Russian group of forces does not consider the Israeli Air Force facilities as legitimate targets.