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Russia arms Syria with powerful ballistic missiles (“Hamsayeh.net”, Iran)

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A few hours after the NATO alliance agreed on Tuesday to send Patriot missiles to Turkey because of the crisis in Syria, Russia delivered the first batch of Iskander missiles to Syria.

More advanced Iskander missiles can develop supersonic speeds in 1,3 miles per second (M 6-7) and their range is more than 280 miles with high accuracy hitting targets with their 1500 pounds warhead - a bad dream for any missile defense system.

According to Mashregh, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps news publication, Russia warned Turkey not to aggravate the situation, but at the same time Turkey’s request for Patriot missiles Russia put the first batch of Iskander to Syria. Mashregh's report today states that the supply was made when Russian naval logistics ships arrived in Tartus, Syria.

The Iskander is a surface-class missile that cannot be traced or destroyed by any anti-missile system, Mashregh writes.
Russia had previously threatened that if America deployed its missile defense system in Poland, Russia would respond by deploying its Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad, in its Baltic port.

Russia arms Syria with powerful ballistic missiles (“Hamsayeh.net”, Iran)

Russia's supply of Iskander to the battling regime of Bashar al-Assad clearly shows that the security and stability of Syria remains the “red line” for Russia, Mashregh said in a statement. It is not known how many of these missiles were delivered, but this number will be enough to destroy any Patriot missiles in Turkey, the report said.

The supply of missiles threatens the security of not only Turkey, but also Israel, which will have to reconsider the strategy regarding its defense and offensive capabilities.

As reported in the exclusive December WND 5 material, the Iranian Islamic regime also considers the overthrow of the Assad regime as its “red line” and has 170 ballistic missiles in its underground mines aimed at Tel Aviv, some of them have combat units equipped with bacteriological tools lesions.

In August, a commentary in Mashregh, which conveyed the views of the regime, expressed a warning to America and Israel that further instability in Syria would cause a preemptive strike on Israel, while using weapons mass destruction - biological, chemical and even nuclear bombs - is not excluded. The article stated that certain groups (mediators like Hezbollah) are armed with weapons of mass destruction and that Israel will be their target.

Mashregh’s commentary stated that Israel is one of the conspirators behind the Syrian crisis in order to change the region’s geopolitics in a strategic way and defeat one of the main players in the “resistance front” of the Islamic world (Iran, Syria and Hezbollah). The commentary warned Israel that the direction he had chosen “has a dead end, and the threat of a massacre is expected.”

The Islamic regime in Iran, in turn, continues to send weapons to Syria through Iraq by air and by land, while its Quds forces help the Assad regime to kill its own people. To date, more than 40000 people, including many women and children, have died since the beginning of the Syrian uprising in March 2011.

Reports show that Assad decided to use chemical weapons against his own people as a final attempt to save his rule. Speaking in Prague on Monday, US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton warned Syria that the use of chemical weapons would become the “red line”, making it clear that America would retaliate.

Meanwhile, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khameni ordered the Quds Guards and Forces to use all their capabilities to protect Assad, and threatened with war those who help the rebels in Syria, first of all Saudi Arabia and Turkey, according to a source who served in intelligence division of the Guardians of the Iranian revolution, but then became a defector.

This source added that the recent conflict in the Gaza Strip was a warning to America and Israel that the Islamic regime in Iran could destabilize the region even more if vigorous attempts to overthrow Assad continue in Syria. The region will see terrorist attacks, killings and incitement to uprisings in the allied countries of America as the situation in Syria deteriorates, the regime promised, according to the source.
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http://hamsayeh.net/world/2550-russia-arms-syria-with-powerful-ballistic-missiles.html
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  1. Diesel
    Diesel 13 December 2012 17: 40
    +18
    Interestingly, but on an aircraft carrier you can pull an Iskander?)))
    1. rolik
      rolik 13 December 2012 17: 48
      +21
      You can try it. hi He’ll definitely fall into such a fool.
      1. Hunter
        Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 17
        -13
        Quote: rolik
        т

        Not a fact.
        1. vezunchik
          vezunchik 13 December 2012 21: 01
          +12
          If it doesn’t hit the aircraft carrier, then it will definitely hit some of the “friends of Syria” ....
          1. andrey777
            andrey777 13 December 2012 22: 51
            +5
            especially if the filling is nuclear smile
        2. rolik
          rolik 13 December 2012 22: 59
          +6
          You just have to really want and ..... everything will work out. bully
        3. Bashkaus
          Bashkaus 13 December 2012 23: 59
          +8
          so I also think that it’s not a fact, but you should definitely try! For example, I'm interested))
          1. lm_
            lm_ 14 December 2012 00: 28
            +3
            and preferably for all aircraft carriers at once
        4. Vito
          Vito 14 December 2012 11: 35
          +2
          Hunter , Greetings hi

          Quote: Hunter
          Not a fact.

          I won’t argue whether it will hit or not (there are other systems for this, they are just designed to destroy ships), am I personally confused by the fact that the author gave this weapon a BALLISTIC class?
          I am not a specialist in missile weapons, but it has always been believed that ISKANDERS are an OPERATIONAL-TACTICAL class!
          It looks like a journalistic "DUCK" much!
          1. Bad_gr
            Bad_gr 15 December 2012 10: 22
            +1
            Quote: Vito
            confuses the fact that the author gave this weapon a BALLISTIC class?
            I am not a specialist in missile weapons, but it has always been believed that ISKANDERS are an OPERATIONAL-TACTICAL class!

            There are "operational-tactical" missiles, there are "tactical" missiles, and there are "strategic" ones.
            And if the missile is not a cruise missile, then it is most likely that it is "ballistic" (that is, it flies along a ballistic trajectory).
            As I understand it.
      2. Nick
        Nick 13 December 2012 19: 13
        -2
        Quote: rolik
        You can try it. He’ll definitely fall into such a fool

        It’s necessary not just to get there, but to break through the armored deck, which is almost impossible, if only in the area of ​​the waterline or a little lower then the effect would be quite good IMHO ....
        1. Misantrop
          Misantrop 13 December 2012 19: 20
          +37
          Is it with suborbital speed? Break through to the keel, just to get wink
          1. Nick
            Nick 14 December 2012 20: 05
            +1
            Quote: Misantrop

            Is it with suborbital speed? Break through to the keel, just to get

            The suborbital speed is at least twice as high, this is, firstly, and secondly, information for some cheers, 1 July 1946 Americans conducted an experiment on the effects of a nuclear explosion, it involved 90 ships, including the aircraft carrier Saratoga . At an altitude of 158 m above sea level, a nuclear charge of 24 kilotons was blown up and the aircraft carrier withstood this blow. Draw conclusions.
            1. SAVA555.IVANOV
              SAVA555.IVANOV 14 December 2012 20: 40
              +2
              Here is one of the pictures of this aircraft carrier. How did people feel if they were inside?
              1. SAVA555.IVANOV
                SAVA555.IVANOV 14 December 2012 20: 46
                +4
                Aft part of the same aircraft carrier. Operation Baker Day
                • The aircraft carrier “Saratoga”, located 450 m from the epicenter of the explosion, suffered severe damage and received trim on the stern from the water that penetrated the holes and a strong roll to the starboard side. The upper part of the chimney of the ship was torn off and lay on the take-off deck. The aircraft lift got skewed and was pressed down, making a ledge with the plane of the take-off deck.

                The roll and trim continued to increase, and 6 hours after the explosion it was decided to tow the aircraft carrier to the shore, but the high level of radiation did not allow approaching the sinking ship. An hour later, the Saratoga banked heavily and began to sink rapidly, increasing the trim on the stern. Soon, the feed was completely under water, and the nose went up. After 7 hours and 30 minutes, the Saratoga hid under water.
                1. SAVA555.IVANOV
                  SAVA555.IVANOV 14 December 2012 20: 51
                  0
                  [media = http: // http: //www.atrinaflot.narod.ru/81_publications/2008/nuclear.htm]
                  Pictures from here.
              2. Nick
                Nick 14 December 2012 22: 28
                -4
                Quote: SAVA555.IVANOV
                Here is one of the pictures of this aircraft carrier. How did people feel if they were inside?

                Uh, dear comrade, you messed up a little, the conversation was about an air strike, so I cited the results of an air explosion as an example, which did not cause any significant damage to the aircraft carrier. I said that a strike on an aircraft carrier below the waterline would be much more effective, which you demonstrated with these photos. So Saratoga looked after the second, underwater explosion produced at a distance of about 370 m. It must also be taken into account that Saratoga was built in 1925, at the time of testing it sailed for 21 year. The current American aircraft carriers will probably be stronger IMHO
                1. SAVA555.IVANOV
                  SAVA555.IVANOV 15 December 2012 00: 05
                  0
                  So it is necessary to "break through" to the power plant, try to damage the propellers, all the same, the wind and waves will make it difficult to land on the deck, and if the MO is damaged, the generators may not be able to generate energy. Something like this.
                  1. Nick
                    Nick 15 December 2012 21: 10
                    0
                    Quote: SAVA555.IVANOV
                    So we need to "make our way" to the power plant, try to damage the propellers, all the same the wind and waves will make it difficult to land on the deck

                    Yes, but all this rests on the ultimate accuracy of weapons. I’m not sure that KVO warhead allows achieving such accuracy.
              3. papik09
                papik09 28 May 2013 02: 49
                0
                I think that they would feel wonderful wassat
            2. Gluxar_
              Gluxar_ 17 December 2012 13: 08
              +1
              Quote: Nick
              The suborbital speed is at least twice as high, this is, firstly, and secondly, information for some cheers, 1 July 1946 Americans conducted an experiment on the effects of a nuclear explosion, it involved 90 ships, including the aircraft carrier Saratoga . At an altitude of 158 m above sea level, a nuclear charge of 24 kilotons was blown up and the aircraft carrier withstood this blow. Draw conclusions.

              The Kdar was produced at a distance from the ship's group and the power was ridiculous, 24 kilotons. it was checked whether it was possible to sink the AUG with the help of the provoked nuclear weapons "tsunami". Then they did not think about ultra-precise weapons and cruise missiles. Any modern CD with a nuclear warhead is guaranteed to destroy both the aircraft carrier itself and the escort group.
        2. rolik
          rolik 13 December 2012 23: 02
          +3
          Even if the take-off turns to the aircraft hangar, it’s already super buzz. And this is quite real, mass warhead. + Speed. One kinetics will get to the bottom, no Kevlar will help.
        3. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 13 December 2012 23: 26
          +10
          Quote: Nick
          It’s necessary not just to get in, but to break through the armored deck, which is almost impossible,

          Missile warhead mass: 480 kg.
          Rocket speed after the initial part of the trajectory: 2 100 m / s

          And will not break the deck?
          1. Nick
            Nick 14 December 2012 22: 51
            -1
            Quote: Bad_gr
            Rocket speed after the initial part of the trajectory: 2 100 m / s

            And will not break the deck?

            But hell knows. Kamikaze crashed into the decks of American aircraft carriers at a speed of 1000 km / h. with a ton of explosives on the bow, and this did not always lead to the death of the ship, more often to damage, and the modern Amer aircraft carrier, designed for modern multi-ton jet aircraft, has perhaps a stronger deck IMHO.
            Ideally, to check it all on a real aircraft carrier, then everything would be clear, but such experiments are premature ... So far, premature ...
        4. papik09
          papik09 28 May 2013 02: 48
          +1
          0,5 tons of explosives will not break through the armored deck? Or does the cassette part crumble everything on the deck onto the molecules? Think interestingly, sir.
      3. Simon
        Simon 13 December 2012 20: 54
        0
        Or you can throw a "club". wassat
      4. Hammer
        Hammer 14 December 2012 02: 50
        +17
        That Diesel

        For this, our Assad Yakhonts gave, in the form of coastal anti-ship complexes "Bastion". Its range is comparable to that of the Iskander. The main thing is that the aircraft carriers come within range of their firing ... "Iskander" was not made for this.
        But I doubt that the pin-dos will be so many boobies ...
        In addition, I do not believe that ours brought Assad these Iskandars. This stuffing is nothing more than another element of the information war of the West against us, another attempt to shake our position in Syria, and at the same time to justify before our public the need to overthrow the ruling government in Syria, and of course, once again pour crap on Russia.
        If the West directly intervenes in this war, then no Iskander will save Assad, and the latest systems will fall into the hands of a potential enemy. If the West does not dare to intervene directly, then it will cope with Assad's "apology" without Iskander.
        To counter the Patriots' threat in Turkey, Assad has Tochka operational-tactical complexes (probably upgraded to the Tochka-U level). They are enough for the eyes to destroy the "Patriots".
        In general, this little article is nothing but the next ravings of British magazines (apparently paid for by MI-6), picked out from the nose and spread on the table.
        Our Iskandars were not taken to Syria, this is nonsense.
        1. valokordin
          valokordin 14 December 2012 04: 25
          +2
          Hammer, you are 100% right to you and only +
        2. Bubo
          Bubo 14 December 2012 05: 48
          0
          Absolutely the same opinion.
        3. Common sense
          Common sense 15 December 2012 01: 29
          +1
          What is the information war of the West, if published in Iran ??
      5. ser86
        ser86 17 December 2012 00: 47
        0
        imperialists laughing
    2. ankh-andrej
      ankh-andrej 13 December 2012 17: 51
      +4
      Unless exported. He has a greater range.
      1. Botanologist
        Botanologist 13 December 2012 20: 57
        +7
        And why bother Iskander with an aircraft carrier, if there are specialized anti-ship missiles. After all, Iskander will fall only into the standing one, which practically does not happen. And no one will miss the carrier at a range of 500 km. And RCC will get even on the go, even in the drift. If it overcomes missile defense, of course.
        1. ankh-andrej
          ankh-andrej 13 December 2012 21: 37
          0
          That and that is that the Bastion has a range of 300 km, as does Iskander in the export version. Do not get it in any way.
        2. Allitet
          Allitet 14 December 2012 00: 30
          +2
          It is written that "Iskanders" were delivered to defend against the Patriots, not to attack. No one is going to launch it to destroy an aircraft carrier. There is another missile to destroy an aircraft carrier.
        3. Bad_gr
          Bad_gr 15 December 2012 10: 46
          +1
          About the homing missile Iskander:

          "..... As the main method for solving this problem, the combination of an inertial system with optical guidance along the surrounding terrain was chosen. Moreover, the seeker created at TsNIIAG can be used both as part of Iskander-E and on ballistic and winged missiles of various classes and types (including intercontinental) .This seeker has already passed flight tests and showed accuracy no worse than the Americans achieved on their "Tomahawks." To date, the serial production of this head has been prepared. (article 2008)

          The principle of operation of homing systems, which have the scientific name correlation-extreme, is that the optical equipment forms an image of the terrain in the target area, which is compared with the reference on-board computer, after which corrective signals are issued to the rocket controls. This management principle has its advantages and disadvantages. Let's start with the latter. Since the system does not recognize the target itself, but the terrain around it, it cannot provide guidance on a moving object. To form a flight mission, you must have a reconnaissance image. Fog or an aerosol cloud hiding the terrain exposed by the enemy may interfere with the operation of the seeker. If the head is mounted on a ballistic missile, low cloudiness may interfere with its operation (for cruise missiles capable of flying at low altitudes, this problem does not exist).

          However, these disadvantages are more than offset by the advantages. The optical seeker is universal and makes only one requirement for the inertial control system of the missile: to bring the latter to the point at which the optics begins to see the target. The existing active electronic warfare systems are powerless against such a head, which very effectively counteract radar homing systems. The high sensitivity of the seeker allows you to work even on a moonless night, which favorably distinguishes the new system from early prototypes. In addition, optical systems do not need signals from space radio navigation systems, such as the American NAVSTAR, which in crisis cases can be turned off by its owners or disabled by radio interference. By the way, many potential customers of Iskander-E are demanding independence from satellite navigation. At the same time, the integration of inertial control with satellite navigation equipment and optical seeker allows you to create a missile that hits a given target in almost any imaginable conditions ... " http://www.kap-yar.ru/index.php?pg=218
          1. Windbreak
            Windbreak 15 December 2012 19: 08
            0
            Quote: Bad_gr
            Since the system does not recognize the target itself, but the terrain around it, it cannot provide guidance on a moving object
            it’s not good against ships. Especially since at sea you can make a reference image of the area?
    3. Joker
      Joker 13 December 2012 17: 52
      +65
      Yes, the duck is all 100%, amers are looking for a meaningful reason to attack Syria, now people will scare people in Europe, the USA, Turkey, so that they support the deployment of troops. That's their whole strategy. No longer original. In a month, they will write that Iran forwarded nuclear weapons to Syria hi That will be the reason for the attack.
      1. Fox
        Fox 13 December 2012 18: 18
        +8
        stuffing 100% ... it’s a pity, of course, that this is not really ... and putting up a weapon is half the battle, you need to train the personnel.
        1. Bismarck
          Bismarck 13 December 2012 19: 03
          0
          Quote: Fox
          stuffing 100% ... it’s a pity, of course, that it’s not really.

          But in the West they believe! Russia is arming the killer of its own people! ..
          1. Brother Sarych
            Brother Sarych 13 December 2012 20: 21
            +2
            And in the West they are unlikely to believe - the site is some kind of singe, no samsa ...
      2. Cynic
        Cynic 13 December 2012 18: 22
        0
        Quote: Joker
        Yes duck it's all 100%

        Not !
        The toad crushed therefore the Iskanders sent, not Yars.
        wink
        1. tupolev-95
          tupolev-95 13 December 2012 21: 59
          0
          It would be better immediately-Poplar)))))
          1. MG42
            MG42 13 December 2012 22: 51
            +5
            Quote: Tupolev-95
            It would be better immediately-Poplar)))))

            If we compare YaRs and Poplar, then YaRs are cooler and newer.
            Compared to its predecessor, the Topol missile system, the new complexes have significantly improved combat and operational capabilities. This was achieved by adapting combat equipment to the conditions of missile defense, improving the characteristics of mobility and stealth from technical reconnaissance means.

            Completely here http://berlogamisha.mybb.ru/viewtopic.php?id=45&p=6
            1. Cynic
              Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 07
              +1
              Quote: MG42
              If we compare YaRs and Poplar, then YaRs are cooler and newer.

              If we deliver, then rather with self-delivery to the house.
              wink
      3. Karish
        Karish 13 December 2012 21: 21
        +1
        Quote: Joker
        Yes duck it's all 100%

        Another Iranian duck. Russia did not supply missiles.
      4. Egen
        Egen 14 December 2012 06: 54
        0
        really a duck? : ((I was already glad that something was stirring among our politicians: ((
    4. 11 black
      11 black 13 December 2012 18: 05
      +14
      Quote: Diesel
      Interestingly, but on an aircraft carrier you can pull an Iskander?)))

      Well, why spend the Iskander - we have set up a regiment of bastions in Syria - so they will definitely send to the bottom of whom it is necessary laughing
      and on the topic I think the duck is all this, but if it is true then our leadership is respect good - this is not even a slap in the face, this is a blow in the face to all shit-democrats angry if everything is true of course - well, I do not believe ...
      1. Civil
        Civil 13 December 2012 18: 22
        +2
        oh how ... a model of information warfare
    5. Sasha 19871987
      Sasha 19871987 13 December 2012 18: 56
      +9
      hold on, the Syrians ... I am mentally with you ....
    6. lotus04
      lotus04 13 December 2012 19: 02
      +8
      What kind of serious site is this that allows you to place any "garbage"? And so it is clear that this is a fucking "duck".
      1. sefirs
        sefirs 13 December 2012 19: 12
        0
        Quote: lotus04
        And so it's clear that this is a fucking "duck".


        But on the basis of what are you making such a statement? What kind of special data do you have?
        For example, I am not satisfied with something else: how would these Iskanders not fall into the hands of our today's seemingly "allies"? I'm talking about Iran.
        It is completely incomprehensible how they will behave tomorrow or the day after tomorrow ...
        1. Snow
          Snow 13 December 2012 20: 03
          +2
          the article really looks like a duck .. Everything that is said is allegedly written by the Turkish edition. And they, of course, will now escalate hysteria to justify their requests. They say we need even more patriots! to "restore the partition".

          About Iskander here: http://militaryrussia.ru/blog/topic-185.html
      2. Cynic
        Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 09
        0
        Quote: lotus04
        What is this serious site that allows

        It was said above
        Quote: Civil
        model of information war

        drinks
    7. Su24
      Su24 13 December 2012 19: 21
      -4
      if he keeps standing still.
      1. Hans grohman
        Hans grohman 13 December 2012 20: 41
        0
        I will support those who considered this article a throw-in, although of course I would like to ...
        But let's be adults, and no matter how we wish to take what we wish for reality, yet look at things as realistically as possible.
    8. dimanf
      dimanf 13 December 2012 21: 22
      +7
      I would have kicked!
    9. Bashkaus
      Bashkaus 13 December 2012 23: 58
      +1
      You can conduct research on this topic, but first you need to have someone holding an egg carrier so that he does not rock the boat. If successful, you can try on a moving target. There are many aircraft carriers, missiles as I understand it)))
    10. ShturmKGB
      ShturmKGB 14 December 2012 00: 19
      -1
      Iskander, this is not a joke! Situevina is serious ...
    11. Sakhalininsk
      Sakhalininsk 14 December 2012 02: 29
      +3
      Quote: Diesel
      Interestingly, but on an aircraft carrier you can pull an Iskander?)))


      If this is not a slapstick and the Iskanders were actually staged in Syria, then the performance can be considered complete. The Turks will not dare to openly communicate with Syria, too unpleasant consequences are clear and the overseas uncle will not protect from these consequences with anything other than the heart-rending squeal of the old climaxoid marasmus and the indistinct gurgling of a moonshiner eggplant.
      But I still have very big doubts about the authenticity of this news.
    12. smel
      smel 14 December 2012 06: 33
      0
      No, it’s too expensive to just launch into the sea.
    13. Vadivak
      Vadivak 14 December 2012 09: 24
      +1
      If someone read the article there is such a phrase


      News!! [Possible Disinformation]
    14. Bars90
      Bars90 15 December 2012 15: 04
      0
      According to the aircraft carrier, you can shoot from a slingshot, but with a rocket and even ...
    15. Gluxar_
      Gluxar_ 17 December 2012 13: 03
      0
      For such tasks, there are anti-ship missiles that Syria actually has, unlike the Iskanders. It is strange that such a duck appeared on this site.
    16. papik09
      papik09 28 May 2013 02: 46
      0
      LEOHA! I, nevertheless, think that it will not miss. laughing
    17. Romanov Lech
      Romanov Lech 1 June 2013 20: 05
      0
      for aircraft carriers, Syria has "Yakhont" - the killer of aircraft carriers
  2. Burbulator
    Burbulator 13 December 2012 17: 43
    +9
    Why publish rubbish?
    1. Kaa
      Kaa 13 December 2012 21: 50
      +1
      Quote: Burbulator
      Why publish rubbish?

      To have a reason to "bang" ourselves. Here are two more mutually exclusive examples of information warfare:
      "NATO has recorded that several short-range tactical missiles were used in Syria this week," said Alliance Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen. "According to some information, these were Scud missiles," he said, answering journalists' questions in Brussels. He also stated that he strongly condemns the use of this type of weapon. The day before, an unnamed source in the American administration told Fox News that for the first time in an internal armed conflict, Syrian troops used Scud missiles against the rebels http://www.mk.ru/politics/news/2012/12/13/787278- nato-armiya-sirii-primenyaet-pr
      otiv-oppozitsii-takticheskie-raketyi-quotskadquot.html
      Damascus, December 13th. Syrian Foreign Ministry denied reports of Damascus use of SCAD missiles in the fight against rebels
      "The Syrian Foreign Ministry as a whole and in detail refutes these rumors (about the use of missiles) that have recently appeared to distort what is happening in Syria and to influence its place in the world community," the representative of the Foreign Ministry quoted the agency SANA as saying. that the Syrian army has used SCAD missiles against rebels in recent days, a source in the administration of US President Barack Obama said. According to the source, rockets were launched from territories near Damascus on targets in northern Syria, controlled by rebels. The New York Times, which quotes the source, does not say how Obama officials are aware of the use of this type of weapon. Meanwhile, US intelligence recently closely monitored the situation in Syria from the air and "using other methods." This surveillance is due to US concerns about the possible use of chemical weapons by both the Syrian authorities and the rebels. Note that SCAD missiles can also be used as carriers of chemical munitions.
      As Rosbalt wrote, the United States intends to protect its arsenals from terrorists by using special forces, or, according to Plan B, to destroy them from the air with a pinpoint strike, while preventing chemical contamination of the environment. It is known that most of Assad's chemical weapons are stored in bunkers in the area of ​​the cities of Aleppo, Hama, Humas and Latakia. Http://news.mail.ru/politics/11298775/
  3. maksim
    maksim 13 December 2012 17: 43
    0
    this is news !!! could anyone have imagined something like this from our leadership, well done !!!
    1. vic011
      vic011 13 December 2012 18: 13
      +8
      Does it remind you of anything ??? In my opinion, a similar situation was with Yugoslavia. The same duck about the s-300 was. No.
      1. Hunter
        Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 19
        -1
        Quote: vic011
        The same duck about the s-300 was

        No, that was not there. There, the Russian Federation held the supply of S-300 ... negative
        1. Cynic
          Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 16
          0
          Quote: Hunter
          No, that was not there. There RF

          It seems that shoulder straps oblige you to know such things, not to mention the fact that the site recently had an article about this.
          Or noblesse licked?
          bully
  4. patsantre
    patsantre 13 December 2012 17: 43
    +22
    99% duck. Iskander, and so in fact a partially conventional weapon, its export is very limited, or prohibited (I do not remember exactly), because introduces an imbalance in the region. in the current situation, of course, its supplies will well influence the course of events, but if we can’t deliver S-300 to Iran, then the Iskanders of Syria are all the more so.
    And indeed. We cannot produce ourselves. And just a month ago we learned about the Patriots and for this month they signed a contract, made a batch and deployed. This does not happen, guys, at least for us.
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 17: 56
      +3
      Thank you, you need to check the authenticity. But, but for now, we will assume that there is. [quote = patsantre] its export is severely limited, or prohibited (I do not remember exactly), because introduces imbalance in the region .-------------------- The presence of NATO military units in the region also upsets the imbalance.
  5. Rustam
    Rustam 13 December 2012 17: 43
    +6
    this is nonsense sad
    1) we ourselves do not have enough is a breakdown in the contract
    2) yes no, on the contrary, they are quietly exporting, other new models so that the enemies do not get what

    supply the Iskanders when at any time they may be at the enemy
    no ours are not quite

    Syria wanted to buy them in due time, but the deal with Israel refused this deal
  6. itr
    itr 13 December 2012 17: 44
    0
    This is news, if true of course
  7. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 17: 46
    -5
    Inspirational information. Here's a symmetrical answer. I haven’t figured it out yet. What will be the proposals smile ?
    1. Joker
      Joker 13 December 2012 17: 57
      +18
      Let there not be any Iskanders there, to keep them, you need to have considerable troops, they will be taken from Assad and they will be launched by civilians, but they all write off who you already know. If you supply them, then only for use, I don’t understand why our troops are not being introduced, because the opposition has openly stated that they will kill our citizens. There would have been a symmetric answer and no one would have found fault, but what, we are defending our own, here it was possible for the Iskanders to cover them legally, no one will get into our opposition, they whined with Georgia, and intervened pissed. In general, why not conclude a military alliance like NATO on universal defense with Iran, China, Syria. It would be possible to safely send troops into any region, and this all confused all the plans of the USA, they would dare to climb up against us. That would be like the new USSR, only of a military plan. If such an alliance were to take place, then the United States would cover up bread, they alone would not be able to defeat China, and here such an armada couldn’t be foolish, they would immediately carry it forward.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 18: 11
        +3
        30.000 citizens of the Russian Federation in Syria. And it’s impossible to conduct joint exercises.? Not a special lawyer .... And? During the war, the USSR built up a naval squadron, and sent marines, kept airborne divisions ready. And now only asymmetrically, It’s possible. But I’m sure for myself.
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 18: 13
          +1
          Opa. This is news from IRAN ....
  8. mabuta
    mabuta 13 December 2012 17: 48
    +1
    The article didn’t have time to get out: the USA is in search of the guilty ...., and this stuffing of rotten rot is on you.
  9. igor12
    igor12 13 December 2012 17: 48
    +4
    It is time for the world to unite against the US aggressors!
    1. d1m1drol
      d1m1drol 13 December 2012 18: 09
      +3
      Do you think it's time? =)
    2. old rocket man
      old rocket man 13 December 2012 23: 42
      0
      igor12,
      Quote: igor12
      It is time for the world to unite against the US aggressors!


      'Did you come up with a great idea, as no one else guessed before? laughing
  10. in reserve
    in reserve 13 December 2012 17: 49
    +9
    Yes, this is a stuffing of false information, unless Russia will supply modern missile systems to Syria despite the fact that they belong to attack weapons.
    Again, the Western press is lying for a reason to attack Syria.
    1. Rustam
      Rustam 13 December 2012 17: 53
      +3
      wink I really need a reason to start aggression

      then cluster bombs from helicopters are used, then sea mines winked I’m not joking, they even upload photos, then they shoot bullets with skads, they prepare chemical weapons and now the Iskanders

      tomorrow they will say that we delivered them a nuclear bomb
      in dirty games all means are good sad
    2. Bigriver
      Bigriver 13 December 2012 18: 14
      +2
      In reserve

      This is not the western press. This is Iran. This is a feature of the worldview of a limited edition party publication :)))
  11. Bigriver
    Bigriver 13 December 2012 17: 53
    +3
    Maybe a duck, or maybe a disinfect aimed at cooling too hot and bad heads.
  12. Bravo
    Bravo 13 December 2012 17: 53
    +6
    interesting news but requires verification, we will wait for confirmation!
  13. Gorchakov
    Gorchakov 13 December 2012 17: 54
    +2
    This information would be great if it were not misinformation ....
  14. sxn278619
    sxn278619 13 December 2012 17: 56
    +2
    Bullshit.
  15. andrei332809
    andrei332809 13 December 2012 17: 56
    +6
    what the hell is this? Where does this news come from? "sources" of such nonsense themselves under Iskander must be attached
  16. gregor6549
    gregor6549 13 December 2012 17: 58
    +5
    I don’t think that the Russian leadership has gone so badly as to give Assad the Iskanders, especially since tomorrow these Iskanders may end up in completely different hands. T, e, another bird like a newspaper duck and nothing more.
  17. bart74
    bart74 13 December 2012 17: 58
    -9
    What a news! And you say Russia does nothing for Syria! Here is our answer to the P. Endos Patriots!
    1. gregor6549
      gregor6549 13 December 2012 18: 04
      +1
      Is it against Turkey or what? Do not make people laugh. Russia is trying to stabilize the situation in that region, and not to destabilize it. Yes, and the Patriots do not get an answer. Not from that opera weapon.
    2. Hunter
      Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 06
      -5
      bart74,
      Yes, the Syrians are the last to cheat that there is OTRK Skud. News fake. Warehouses are empty.
      1. igor67
        igor67 13 December 2012 19: 07
        0
        Hunter,
        The Syrian regime fired Scud missiles at rebel bases in the north, the New York Times reports citing sources in the US administration.

        According to the source, at least six Scud missiles were fired from the Damascus region into the northern parts of the country captured by rebels.

        The newspaper notes that it is not known how many people died in rocket explosions.

        We are talking about the same "Scuds" that Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein used to cover Israel during the first Gulf War.
        1. Sandov
          Sandov 13 December 2012 20: 39
          0
          igor67,
          Well done Syrians destroy ugly rats.
          1. Insurgent
            Insurgent 14 December 2012 00: 02
            0
            All the same, that with a cannon on a sparrow to shoot a cannon you skad inaccurate
  18. Vovan 60
    Vovan 60 13 December 2012 17: 59
    +4
    our current government is afraid to fart once again, and here it is!?
    all this nonsense, they have all the money stolen from their banks being guarded.
    1. anchonsha
      anchonsha 13 December 2012 18: 26
      +3
      But Vova means not afraid to fart, if our government farts. Vovan will be the first to howl and refuse to fight, he will swear the same Putin that he could not get around the war. With tongue, everyone is healthy to scuff.
    2. Cynic
      Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 20
      0
      Quote: Vovan 60
      they have all the money stolen in their banks guarded.

      Paper, it is paper, it’s fashionable to talk about stolen money turned into GOLD!
      You lag behind fashion trends.
      bully
  19. Hunter
    Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 00
    0
    I am begging you...
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 20
      0
      Quote: Hunter
      I am begging you...

      Already?
      bully
  20. FREGATENKAPITAN
    FREGATENKAPITAN 13 December 2012 18: 04
    +5
    This is nonsense, garbage and provocation .... Why write a deliberate lie?
    1. d1m1drol
      d1m1drol 13 December 2012 18: 16
      +1
      Nice to meet a countrywoman here) drinks
  21. d1m1drol
    d1m1drol 13 December 2012 18: 07
    +2
    I am glad that most visitors to the site are still reasonable people =)
  22. AlexR
    AlexR 13 December 2012 18: 09
    +2
    And why is Russia needed? !! Are there few domestic problems?
    1. 1goose3
      1goose3 13 December 2012 18: 50
      +1
      Maybe in order to have less problems outside.
  23. Bravo
    Bravo 13 December 2012 18: 16
    +3
    here the trolls appeared wink
  24. Hunter
    Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 21
    -4
    Meanwhile, the NATO-Russia-NATO treaty will not enter Syria. So they will just help with weapons.
    - In short, you can count the days ...
  25. orfo
    orfo 13 December 2012 18: 23
    +1
    Considering what our "base" is in Tartus, it is even doubtful. YES and what the hell would pull a country to hand over weapons that would instantly become the object of al-Qaeda's desire?
  26. zemlyak
    zemlyak 13 December 2012 18: 25
    +1
    Another duck, or again an informed source in the Ministry of Defense ... Everyone has wrangled. Although this is a translation of the article, the article here is http://hamsayeh.net
  27. Hunter
    Hunter 13 December 2012 18: 25
    0
    Syria: troops shelled rebels with Scud missiles

    http://novostiua.net/world/25805-siriya-voyska-obstrelyali-povstancev-raketami-t
    ipa-skad.html
    1. Sandov
      Sandov 13 December 2012 20: 42
      0
      Hunter,
      Thank God, it’s time for these bastards to crush like rats.
    2. Cynic
      Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 28
      0
      Quote: Hunter
      Scud missiles

      Because it sounds! SCUD !!! Wow how powerful they are, even as they use the Scuds!
      By the way from the recent past
      On one occasion, 28 Patriot missiles were fired at the Scud, but it was never shot down.

      And MLRS GRAD is somehow not so, a natural phenomenon!
      By the way, that statement about SCADAS, that the Iskadars of one field of berries.
  28. erased
    erased 13 December 2012 18: 26
    +1
    It raced! Who will start first is not clear, but the exchange of missiles may well take place! If the Turks are asleep, then they will receive.
    But the move is arrogant! A dozen Iskanders are able to drive into hysteria not only Klitnon, but also her friends from Israel.
    1. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 20: 17
      +3
      One thing is not clear why this news is not in Yandex news?

      It feels like the author of the article has sympathies in the Middle East, and just writes with a fright.

      After all, he complains: "The Quds forces are helping the Assad regime to kill its own people. Today, more than 40000 people, including many women and children."

      He simply wrote in fright.
      Russian ships came to pick up their own citizens, and he imagined Iskander.

      I am surprised by the editors, because, false information, reduces the rating of the newspaper.

      A couple more of these articles, and I'll remove the newspaper from the bookmarks.
      1. Cynic
        Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 31
        0
        Quote: K.E.
        I will remove the newspaper from the bookmarks.

        Inevitably!
        Yes, and you still use bookmarks ?!
        Md-i-i.
  29. wow
    wow 13 December 2012 18: 28
    +1
    Nefig to do! After all, he works not only for the "stationary", but also for mobile targets. If only the range was suitable.
  30. Rossmk
    Rossmk 13 December 2012 18: 30
    +2
    YES, there are not so many Iskanders in our army, let alone transfer them to other countries ...
  31. vikruss
    vikruss 13 December 2012 18: 31
    +14
    So you have arrived, all of you Piggy lads who at least do not want such very correct news, It would be the best news if it turned out to be true. I have long understood that the Russian people are gradually getting used to the "American burgers" and the order. <why do we need problems> someone wrote, that's exactly what <Wrote> ... this mister already. These are not problems, but problems. There will be problems when these same dermokratisers who are now practicing their experience in Syria will "climb" into your country, and your house will knock with their orders. If you live only in order to have fun in a cool evening and roll on a wheelbarrow of western ones, then any idea of ​​a western dermis can be considered good. And unfortunately, the Russians master this very quickly. Well, if you are a patriot of your Country and Remember your culture and your God, then it's time to learn to think and see ... further than YESTERDAY. Yesterday was good, but tomorrow may not be ... fool
    1. Nikita
      Nikita 13 December 2012 20: 49
      0
      I wonder where you live?
  32. George
    George 13 December 2012 18: 32
    +2
    Russia had previously threatened that if America deployed its missile defense system in Poland, Russia would respond by deploying its Iskander missiles in Kaliningrad, in its Baltic port.
    If our government is threatening to deploy its weapons on its territory, then what can we say about deliveries abroad.
    1. Bashkaus
      Bashkaus 14 December 2012 00: 16
      0
      And you didn’t think that our ships with cargo could get lost corny due to malfunctions of the rusty GLONAS)))
  33. r.swistunov
    r.swistunov 13 December 2012 18: 34
    0
    Fooled, they deliver the latest weapons to Syria.
  34. Garrin
    Garrin 13 December 2012 18: 36
    -3
    The article is moronic. Now, Syria is practically at sea blockade. Delivery by air? How is Paulus in Stalingrad?
    1. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 33
      0
      Sea, sea - the world is bottomless.
      Foamy rustle of coastal waves.
    2. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 20: 05
      +3
      Sea, sea - the world is bottomless.
      Foamy rustle of coastal waves.

      Go stop, Russian ships.
  35. Odessa
    Odessa 13 December 2012 18: 37
    +3
    On the evening of December 12, Syrian militants who captured Russian-Ukrainian journalist Ankhar Kochneva published another video message in which they said: “The Ukrainian Embassy, ​​the Russian Embassy, ​​the citizens of these countries, as well as the Iranians will henceforth be the prey and target for all our forces. We urge not to release no Ukrainian, no Russian, no Iranian alive from Syria. "

    Such was the reaction of the Syrian militants to the statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine regarding the capture of the journalist Ankhar Kochneva.

    It became known this week that the commanders of the so-called "Free Syrian Army" Abu Jandal and Farid Abu Hussein are threatening to kill Kochneva on December 13 if they do not receive a ransom of $ 50 million.

    In response to these threats, the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry said: “Ukraine once again expresses deep concern about the situation around Ankhar Kochneva, which is illegally held in Syria by a group that calls itself a unit of the Free Syrian Army. The Ukrainian side is taking comprehensive measures to release the captured Ukrainian woman at the same level the state, including in cooperation with international partners, and with the involvement of public and religious organizations "(quoted by the Interfax agency).
    1. Alexei
      Alexei 13 December 2012 18: 47
      +1
      Anger is not enough for these terrorists, but will cope with them very well. difficult, at night they are a "free army", and during the day they can pretend to be civilians. And then soon all sorts of arms will officially help them with weapons ... So at least twenty Russian children they will execute in a cell, but the "world" community simply does not want to see this. What a journalist here.
      1. Thunderbolt
        Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 19: 03
        0
        militants threatened to attack the embassies of Ukraine and Russia. This statement was in response to Ukraine’s call for more action to release journalist Ankhar Kochneva, who collaborated with the Russian media.

        According to Ukrainian media, the Syrian terrorists promised not to let out either a Ukrainian, a Russian, or an Iranian alive from Syria. The militants believe that Ankhar Kochneva was a spy, "who carried weapons and was a translator for Russian officers."

        The State Duma is now assessing the threat. It is possible that the Russian embassy in Syria will be evacuated

        Read more: http://www.ntv.ru/novosti/386401/#ixzz2EwcesDnV
        1. K.E.
          K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 49
          +3
          "the militants have threatened to attack the embassies of Ukraine and Russia."

          And if the embassies of Ukraine and Russia attack the militants?
          And if tourists go there, on an excursion?
          Could it not be that the embassies of Ukraine and Russia, with regret, will call for order their citizens?
        2. MstislavHrabr
          MstislavHrabr 13 December 2012 23: 13
          +5
          The answer should be ... the Government of the Russian Federation and Ukraine are considering the transfer of 2 divisions to protect the embassies ... All those involved in possible terrorist acts against Russian citizens and their accomplices will be destroyed ... And about the ISKANDERS of nonsense ... and why the heck are there ... special forces are needed there ... snipers ... EW jamming and listening to the militants' communication channels ... It is possible to consider arming Kurdish self-defense units ... etc. By the way, why don't we arm at least our citizens in Syria ... I think Assad will not mind ...
  36. gregor6549
    gregor6549 13 December 2012 18: 40
    -2
    And about cooling someone's hot heads. Let's say that the Iskanders set Syria. What's next? After all, the appearance of such weapons near by Turkey and Israel will immediately provoke their reaction, and such that the Iskanders will be destroyed before the Syrians can figure out how to work with them. Or is it supposed that instead of the Syrians, Russian officers will do this and substitute their heads under someone’s bombs? So the Russian leadership has enough problems already with those officers who help the Syrians to master the air defense systems already put there. Indeed, if NATO nevertheless decides to attack Assad, it is difficult to say how this attack will end for these officers. And the last never to win any war with any rockets. That can provoke a war without problems
    1. Thunderbolt
      Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 18: 56
      0
      Quote: gregor6549
      And the last never to win any war with any rockets. That can provoke a war without problems

      Can you stop it?
      1. gregor6549
        gregor6549 13 December 2012 19: 02
        0
        And this is like with any war. Easy to start, hard to stop. And if it goes nuclear, then it’s impossible
        1. Thunderbolt
          Thunderbolt 13 December 2012 19: 34
          +1
          Now there is a civil war with the participation of a terrorist international. The threat of using Iskander is an effective argument against a full-scale invasion (bombing) .---------------- But I'm a realist
        2. Cynic
          Cynic 14 December 2012 12: 34
          0
          Quote: gregor6549
          And if it goes nuclear,

          Then she herself will stop, on the machine. In the absence of a subject of dispute, as they say.
          bully
    2. Gorchakov
      Gorchakov 13 December 2012 21: 06
      +1
      gregor6549,
      What is written in this article is, of course, a provocation ... but I think that you should not talk about the actions of Russian officers ... The thinking and actions of Russian officers are fundamentally different from the thinking and actions of NATO officers .... That’s what they were afraid of and are still afraid of the smart military of the countries of the West ...
  37. zemlyak
    zemlyak 13 December 2012 18: 47
    +1
    I read an article about "Gabala" Is it really that bad?
  38. scandalist
    scandalist 13 December 2012 18: 50
    +4
    If this is a duck then why the article is not deleted?
  39. Lord of the Sith
    Lord of the Sith 13 December 2012 18: 55
    +1
    Fake news
  40. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 13 December 2012 18: 55
    0
    Nobody will supply the newest weapons, which in Russia are available in single copies. There is no sense in such deliveries either, training of service personnel, infrastructure equipment is necessary, in addition, the risk of such weapons falling into the wrong hands is extremely high. Before direct aggression from the outside, it is not yet known how long it will take, but for a war with the so-called rebels, it is not quite suitable. The most likely thing is the stuffing of information to escalate the conflict, with the involvement of the surrounding countries. It seems that Turkey is being pushed to the forefront of the intervention, which did not particularly shine in other "peacekeeping" NATO missions, and now has to work out its share.
  41. Ivan Tarasov
    Ivan Tarasov 13 December 2012 18: 58
    0
    Well done, this is ours!
    Still, Iran threw shock drones, and order!
  42. Oleg14774
    Oleg14774 13 December 2012 19: 06
    -3
    Not a fact, but you can try (on an aircraft carrier)
  43. sargus
    sargus 13 December 2012 19: 17
    -2
    Let me pardon: in accordance with this article, circumstances are very opportune with the predictions of December 21st.
  44. aleks3897
    aleks3897 13 December 2012 19: 18
    +2
    IF THIS IS THE TRUTH! FOR THIS GREAT RESPECT FOR THE AUTHORITIES AND PUTIN! LONG IT WOULD HAVE BEEN SO LEARNED AND STARTED BEGINNING FROM YUGOSLAVIA!
    1. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 43
      +1
      SUPPORT.
  45. Setrac
    Setrac 13 December 2012 19: 18
    +3
    Of course, it is possible to put a battalion in Syria, only with it you need to supply your own missile, a couple of fur divisions and one panzer in cover, well, there is an air defense division, a couple of squadrons of aircraft, etc.
    1. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 38
      +2
      It’s easier to include Syria in the Customs Union.
    2. Ivan Tarasov
      Ivan Tarasov 14 December 2012 00: 43
      0
      The army is normal there, almost 250 thousand people.
      And the air defense is not bad, and the Air Force is one of the most powerful in the region.
      But Iskander-E and drones will be just right.
  46. 1goose3
    1goose3 13 December 2012 19: 19
    +2
    Explicit stuffing, really reminds similar stuffing before Yugoslav and Iraqi events.
    I don’t understand what needs to be done, but something needs to be done, definitely.
    The Americans have never fought on their territory and everyone is doing whatever it would ever occur to anyone. And in our case, a house is blazing through the courtyard, and we don’t want to get accidental burns because we have a lot of cases, and the cow is not milking.
  47. Rriv
    Rriv 13 December 2012 19: 22
    +2
    Yes duck this article.
  48. Oleg14774
    Oleg14774 13 December 2012 19: 24
    -2
    Let's see what happens. The bad news is that Amers cannot be retreated, or rather, they can no longer. If they do not unleash war, then their internal problems can overwhelm them.
  49. K.E.
    K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 30
    +8
    The magazine is like Russian, but the article is not very.
    "This source added that the recent conflict in the Gaza Strip was a warning to America and Israel."
    What kind of nonsense?
    The conflict began after the terrorist attack of Israel, which killed a rocket, one of the leaders of Hezbola.
    "The Islamic regime in Iran, in turn, continues to send weapons to Syria via Iraq by air and land, while its Quds forces help the Assad regime to kill its own people. To date, more than 40000 people."

    Why doesn't the author of the article say who killed these people?

    Are you curious about the situation in Syria?

    Please first hand stories.
    Man, already a year, practically lives in Syria.
    Here is the last article.
    "Terrorist attack in Zhdede Fadel in the south of Damascus - 8 women and children killed."

    Torture equipment for people in refrigerators, is this Assad’s regime too? In these cars, children’s bodies were found, is this Assad’s regime too?

    Maybe take advantage of the article about slander?

    EDITORIAL QUESTION: "Who does your employee work for?"

    All the same, this magazine, - "Voennoye Obozreniye", is of Russia, not Israel.

    IF HE WRITTEN THE TRUTH, I WOULD SUPPORT IT, EVEN IF IF WRONG SUPPORT RUSSIANS.

    But, he writes lies.
    1. donchepano
      donchepano 13 December 2012 20: 11
      0
      Quote: K.E.
      EDITORIAL QUESTION: "Who does your employee work for?"


      It works for someone ...
      guess three times
    2. sapulid
      sapulid 13 December 2012 20: 27
      -1
      Quote: K.E.
      The magazine is like Russian, but the article is not very.
      "This source added that the recent conflict in the Gaza Strip was a warning to America and Israel."
      What kind of nonsense?
      The conflict began after the terrorist attack of Israel, which killed a rocket, one of the leaders of Hezbola.


      Damn, Arabs for Jews daily wetted with rockets until the leader was eliminated. What did the Israelites look at and cry in the pillow?

      After the liquidation, a massive shelling began on both sides with a clear advantage of the "sons of David" possessing high-precision weapons, in contrast to the "camelus".

      All this fierce abruptly ended after the threat of Israel to conduct a ground operation.
      1. K.E.
        K.E. 13 December 2012 20: 35
        +1
        Listen, son of David, in the UN Decision on the creation of Israel, it is said about the simultaneous creation of 2 states, Arab and Jewish.
        What are they now, "crying into the pillow"?
    3. pav-pon1972
      pav-pon1972 13 December 2012 22: 32
      0
      EDITORIAL QUESTION: "Who does your employee work for?"

      Still, This magazine, - "Voennoye Obozreniye", is of Russia, not Israel


      Actually, the site is Western, and located in Germany
      Here is the link: http://toolbar.netcraft.com/site_report?url=topwar.ru
      1. harrymur
        harrymur 14 December 2012 00: 18
        +1
        German servos as well as their cars, if you hang them on Moscow, where 3-4 sites and a game host hang on one ancient server, when you visit 30-60k a day, it would fall 2-3 times a day, and even if they collect moods, let them see the reaction
  50. Nikaviz
    Nikaviz 13 December 2012 19: 33
    0
    On NTV in the news they just said they are preparing the Russians for evacuation .... and the militants say ... "Don't let a single Russian get away - they say, get it wet right away" "so our Syria is DRAINED !!!!!!!!
    1. K.E.
      K.E. 13 December 2012 19: 40
      0
      Yes, yes, let them help us not to leave.
      I am also for.
      1. Vanek
        Vanek 14 December 2012 06: 14
        0
        Quote: K.E.
        Yes, yes, let them help us not to leave.
        I am also for.


        I, too, oddly enough. For the execution of traitors. are you out of your mind ???
    2. Delink
      Delink 13 December 2012 20: 05
      0
      Russia is being drawn into conflict. And this conflict may not be in our favor. Therefore, how can they drag out time and help Assad. At the same time, Lavrov is doing everything possible to prevent an open conflict. We have many patriots, but more alternative people and drug addicts. On some patriots, war cannot be extended, but quantity is also needed.
      1. K.E.
        K.E. 13 December 2012 20: 38
        +7
        "Russia is being dragged into the conflict. And this conflict may not be in our favor."
        Change icon.