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Syria launched dozens of ballistic missiles, so that they did not get the rebels

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Syria launched dozens of ballistic missiles, so that they did not get the rebels



Last month, Syria launched dozens of ballistic missiles at rebels (pro-rebel villages, city districts, or military bases captured by rebels). Such use seems wasteful, since these missiles are mainly intended to be used against an enemy equipped with an effective air defense system (for example, Israel), and not against poorly armed rebels. Apparently, the Syrian government was afraid that many of these missiles had a chance to fall into the hands of the rebels, so this was what is called the use it or lose it case. Each rocket was equivalent to a half ton aviation bomb and cost the government several hundred thousand dollars for their purchase and another thousand dollars a year for their maintenance. The most commonly used were Iranian Fateh 110 and their Syrian counterparts.

Fateh 110 is a copy of the Chinese ballistic missile DF-11A, the range of which was about 400 kilometers. The 110 Fateh with a length of 8.86 meters and a weight of 3.5 tons carries a half-ton warhead. The firing range is about 250 kilometers. Fateh is much more accurate than the older SCADA (SCWO is on the order of 100 meters, compared to 500 meters and more on the SCAD). The 110 Fateh is a solid-fuel rocket designed to replace the liquid-fuel ballistic missiles SCAD used by Iran since the 1980-s. In turn, the SCUD was developed on the basis of the German V-2 rocket during the Second World War.



Syria has underground storages and launch complexes for its arsenal of ballistic missiles consisting of more than a thousand pieces. Most of them are old liquid-fuel samples of the Scud type. They are equipped with a half-tonn high-explosive or cluster warhead and have a range of 300-700 kilometers. Syria also has around 90 older Soviet Frog-7 missiles (9K52 Luna-M, 70 range of kilometers, half-ton warhead) and 210 more modern Russian SS-21 missiles (Point, 120 range, kilometers of half-ton combat unit mobile launchers. 60 mobile ballistic missile launchers are also available. Syrians have an extensive network of well-disguised launch sites for mobile launchers. The underground industrial premises of the Scada and their maintenance facilities were built with the help of Iran and North Korea. Syrian missiles are designed to attack Israeli airfields, rocket launchers, nuclear storage sites. weapons, as well as localities. Syria hoped to inflict quite serious damage to Israeli combat capability through a missile strike.



Three years ago, the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah received a number of M600 ballistic missiles from Syria. This rocket is a Syrian copy of the Iranian Fateh 110. It is feared that Hezbollah could deploy many of these long-range missiles in southern Lebanon. At the moment, Hezbollah is assisting the Syrian government with weapons and militants, and the fact that it can receive payment for this with ballistic missiles will not be unheard of.
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  1. domokl
    domokl 21 January 2013 08: 47
    11
    Syria is now more and more attacked by the West for any reason ... And the use of rockets if that was really a forced measure ... However, this infa raises a lot of questions ... It really looks like a proposal to Western countries to start a military operation in Syria ... There are no missiles, so the losses are planned to be minimal .. Well, well ...
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 21 January 2013 08: 57
      12
      Quote: domokl
      It looks like a proposal to Western countries to start a military operation in Syria ...

      In Mali, they do not want to be sent to Syria and, moreover, they will not climb. The Arab sixes of amers may rush there, there are enough forces with Turkey at the head. A warrior with other hands becomes a fashion and the West does not care about the loss of Arabs.
      1. domokl
        domokl 21 January 2013 09: 05
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        May the Arab six Amers rush there
        laughing It is doubtful to me very much ... Arabs themselves do not climb .. Or mercenaries or pay for other countries ... I agree with the topic of war with the wrong hands
        1. Lord of the Sith
          Lord of the Sith 21 January 2013 13: 25
          +6
          The news is partially fake. Missile-art shelling is really used, but not because they are afraid to lose them, but because it is effective to smoke snipers and machine gun points. Now the army leadership protects the soldiers and does not storm well-fortified buildings, and even if a couple of snipers are sitting in the neighboring ones. That is covered with a missile and artillery strike.

          Did an Israeli journalist or a blogger not understand from the article that missiles are used against militants and not against Israel? Does his template break or what?))
          Russian BDK brought them a couple of dozen rockets and a couple of thousand shells for howitzers, you can shoot fellow

          And about google samit, and what do we see a photo of Tochka-U in which year this photo was taken? Maybe these are exercises in 1999. The militants in the photo are pointing a finger at the sky, so maybe they saw a helicopter or a plane. Yes maloli, maybe they show on the hillside where the government sniper is hiding.


          Crossfire Attack
          1. Professor
            21 January 2013 13: 43
            +3
            Missile-art shelling is really used, but not because they are afraid to lose them, but because it is effective to smoke snipers and machine gun points.

            I appreciate the sense of humor in people, but to smoke snipers with Skadam is not even a gun on sparrows wassat
            1. Lord of the Sith
              Lord of the Sith 21 January 2013 16: 04
              +3
              And what about the 9-day operation in Palestine, when an airplane was sent to destroy the PU pipe and it placed high-precision missile bombs on the target. Firstly, the arrow with PU there might not have been there, and secondly, how much does it cost for the budget of Israel? Why didn’t the special forces send? correctly guarded people.

              As for the scads, well, so they shoot at a cluster of militants who have settled in houses. 10-15 people in a house with mined porches and approaches are sitting.
              It is clear that one sniper does not work. Work on KP and strongly strengthened points.
              1. Professor
                21 January 2013 16: 22
                0
                Before the ground operation, the territory is always prepared by aviation or artillery. Moreover, the accuracy of a modern bourgeois high-precision bomb is absolute, which is called pinpoint. This is not 500 meters from Scud.

                As for the scads, well, so they shoot at a cluster of militants who have settled in houses. 10-15 people in a house with mined porches and approaches are sitting.

                Well, thank God, but here Lord of the Sith Scuds effectively smoke snipers and machine gun points offered. But you, too, are bending, Scud will not get into the house with 10-15 militants ... Let us immediately smoke tactical nuclear weapons of snipers and machine-gun points, and clear the mined entrances with strategic thermonuclear weapons. wink
                1. Lord of the Sith
                  Lord of the Sith 21 January 2013 17: 30
                  +1
                  You write about me in the third person as you are talking with me. I generally wrote, and then I wrote to you in more detail.
      2. Retx
        Retx 21 January 2013 09: 07
        +3
        They will send to Mali, they even give them RF planes for this. In Mali, the guys got out of control and a zvezdets began, to which society reacted like a wild ahtung. Sometimes it seems to me that the West knows a lot about perversions ...
        1. older
          older 21 January 2013 09: 12
          +1
          Quote: RETX
          Sometimes it seems to me that the West knows a lot about perversions ...
          request And how much can you ruin others and not be responsible for this? Let them understand that Asians and Africans have learned to shoot ...
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 21 January 2013 11: 06
            10
            Quote: older
            Let them understand that Asians and Africans learned to shoot

            I agree! But it suggests that they got rid of the old version of the missiles, which need to be written off and disposed of, which is quite a cost equivalent, so it is better to use it as intended. The effect is double and the slap is less and they went into business, the crew received practice. I would do that too, what for to saw, cut, dispose of old stuff, when the enemy object is hundreds of kilometers away, well, maybe a little expensive, however, people know what they are doing, yeah, the world needs to show the possibilities, so they need to know and remembered. In short, everything is fine. And about the "rebels", i.e. The terrorists lacked, it’s empty.
        2. Black Colonel
          Black Colonel 21 January 2013 11: 10
          0
          They just revel in perversions
    2. Papakiko
      Papakiko 21 January 2013 09: 02
      +1
      retx
      categorically correctly notes: this is also similar to an exercise, Syria is preparing for a possible invasion scenario and countering Turkey's air defense and missile defense. Yes, and a good demonstration "zhahn, be sure to zhahn".


      The Syrians are demonstrating smarter and the possibility of using this weapon, which is a gratifying fact and will force us to rethink the possibility of using other types, if necessary. ("KALIBR" and air defense) soldier
      1. older
        older 21 January 2013 09: 14
        0
        Quote: Papakiko
        Syrians demonstrate the ability to use this weapon more skillfully and
        And not only ... Syrians generally show everyone what will happen if Asian large countries are attacked ... They showed the West how much blood will cost, for example, an attack on Iran ...
    3. Ross
      Ross 21 January 2013 09: 07
      +2
      Some rumors based on fears of Israel.
    4. older
      older 21 January 2013 09: 10
      +1
      Quote: domokl
      It looks like a proposal to Western countries to start a military operation in Syria ... There are no missiles, so the losses are planned to be minimal .. Well, well ...
      Really looks like .. Only in the heat of something the Europeans do not tear ... And on the other hand there are zealous Europoids from the newly made ... the Baltic states and others ... They can then stick up ...
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 21 January 2013 11: 13
        0
        ... and only the female population will remain in the homeland. Blue does not count, they do not fight.
    5. nokki
      nokki 21 January 2013 09: 14
      0
      You look at the link and try to find a "translator" with the chase "professor". Other resources do not confirm this information. Output?
        1. Vanek
          Vanek 21 January 2013 09: 38
          +4
          That is:

          DARAYA (SYRIA), Jan 21 - RIA Novosti, Denis Malkov. The Syrian army surrounded about a thousand militants of the armed opposition and Islamist terrorist groups who continue to resist in the suburbs of Daraya, located in the south-west of Damascus, a source from the number of operation commanders in the city told RIA Novosti

          “The situation is improving day by day, we currently control two-thirds of the territory of the city (Daraya). The terrorists are completely blocked, this time we did not leave them a corridor in order to leave. They have a choice: either surrender to the authorities, or be killed, ”a source in the command told RIA Novosti.

          According to him, about a thousand militants remain surrounded in Daray. “From a thousand to one and a half thousand, according to our estimates. They use the most modern and diverse types of weapons and means of communication, including American and Israeli production, we find documents from those killed that confirm that they came from Turkey, Libya, and Afghanistan, ”the source added.


          Regarding the article:

          Apparently, the Syrian government feared that many of these missiles had a chance of falling into the hands of the rebels, so this was what is called that "use it or lose it" case.

          For me, it’s all right - not to myself, not to people.

          Here's another:

          Quote: nokki
          Look


          Quote: Professor
          Conclusion-


          Guys, well, adults are people. Do not stoop to insults. It does not paint.

          Hello to everyone hi
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 21 January 2013 11: 15
            +1
            Quote: nokki
            and try to find a "translator" with the chase "professor".

            Knocky, however, cannot be so, everything is on an equal footing. I know (read) the professor for more than a year, even surprised by all this squabble against him, although you can quarrel, but everything needs to be done at the level. Everything with its garden, everyone has their own truth and sometimes a desire to listen to it, otherwise we will become narrow-minded.
        2. Lord of the Sith
          Lord of the Sith 21 January 2013 13: 33
          +1
          I answered you a little higher.
          By the way, you should be glad that they mow down the Islamists with missiles, firstly, the Islamists are your enemies, and secondly, missiles designed in case of war with Israel.

          Put your brains on, I understand Syria’s enemies to you and you rejoice at the war within the country and it doesn’t matter if the civilians or islamists there bearded heads cut children really? I understand you, but I do not support you in this joy.
          I understand the logic of your leadership. Firstly, the United States that allocated money to Israel ordered, secondly, it is one thing when the army confronts, even if in wars there were losses in airplanes 1 to 3-5 shot down and soldiers 1 to 10 killed. And another thing there is planning to make chaos even Islamic, they vryatli will be able to attack Israel. Your logic is clear.
          1. Professor
            21 January 2013 13: 46
            0
            Put your brains on, I understand Syria’s enemies to you and you rejoice at the war within the country and it doesn’t matter if the civilians or islamists there bearded heads cut children really?

            Where did you get the idea that I am happy? I do not like the Asadov family, but the civil war in Syria does not bring me joy personally.
      1. Igor Belov
        Igor Belov 21 January 2013 11: 51
        -1
        Quote: Professor
        chased, it's in the area near the point ...

        Where did such deep knowledge come from? Personal experience or friends told?
        Considering that the zone is a kind of fenced-in area (and Israel has fenced itself off), and Israel's main ally, the United States, is already draining its "partner" (evokes some associations, isn't it), then everything turns out to be in its place, just like you, professor, and said: "IN THE ZONE NEAR THE GLASS"! hi
    6. YARY
      YARY 21 January 2013 09: 41
      +2
      ARTICLE FOR NONSENSE AHINEEV - MINUS!
      1. YARY
        YARY 21 January 2013 09: 47
        +6
        In Syria (for patriots)
        1. YARY
          YARY 21 January 2013 09: 49
          +4
          Manenko Osho
          1. Sergh
            Sergh 21 January 2013 11: 57
            +1
            Quote: Ardent
            Manenko Osho

            Ardent, look how nimble they are, CSKA, hundreds of these poor fellows mowed, well done, well, enviously, just pros. I am glad that the army is on top, slightly lacking technology, well, like, an anti-sniper, and thanks to them, I have to say thanks, they’ll cool this shushlayka down.
          2. Lord of the Sith
            Lord of the Sith 21 January 2013 13: 30
            0
            YARY,
            I posted a new video a little higher wink
      2. nycsson
        nycsson 21 January 2013 09: 57
        +1
        Quote: Ardent
        ARTICLE FOR NONSENSE AHINEEV - MINUS!

        So I'm sure that this can not be in principle!
    7. Cynic
      Cynic 21 January 2013 16: 58
      0
      Quote: domokl
      if it was

      Really
      "Was there a boy ?!
  2. itr
    itr 21 January 2013 08: 47
    +3
    I think the correct method of disposal
    1. dmitreach
      dmitreach 21 January 2013 08: 59
      0
      Our Strategic Missile Forces also "utilize" something, by shooting, but something new appears. I would like to think that the work of the Syrian colleagues will not decrease either ...
    2. older
      older 21 January 2013 09: 15
      0
      Quote: itr
      I think the correct method of disposal
      Amused ... So for Russia, the market is cleared ...
    3. nagi
      nagi 21 January 2013 10: 09
      +1
      Our UR-100N is approaching the end of its life cycle, we should probably dispose of it in the same way.
      1. Retx
        Retx 21 January 2013 10: 50
        +1
        On the border with Estonia, let them enjoy the free fireworks
      2. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 21 January 2013 11: 30
        0
        Preferably there am
  3. Retx
    Retx 21 January 2013 08: 48
    +2
    so it was what is called that "use it or lose it" case
    And I have the opposite opinion - it also looks like an exercise, Syria is preparing for a possible invasion scenario and countering Turkish air defense. Yes, and a good demonstration "zhahn, be sure to zhahn"
    1. Professor
      21 January 2013 09: 03
      +1
      IMHO, these missiles were not very effective in military operations. And I agree with the author - they fire only large static targets such as an airfield or chemical plant. And so it turns out a gun on sparrows. Moreover, the Patriots of the Skud were shot down repeatedly, so there is no guarantee that they will get to the airfield:
      1. neri73-r
        neri73-r 21 January 2013 09: 42
        +4
        You rightly said - "repeatedly" shot down, but not all, but only a small part. If you are not lazy, google it, there is infa in the net, and with a full alignment.
        1. Professor
          21 January 2013 09: 52
          0
          I read the statistics of interceptions, but since then the Patriot has repeatedly modernized, but there is no Scada.
          1. DEfindER
            DEfindER 21 January 2013 11: 13
            +2
            Scud is practically the same V-2, and the fact that at least some of these missiles were not shot down by modern air defense systems at that time already says a lot .. although the "iron dome" of the Jews does not work badly even on fairly modern missiles. ..
            1. Professor
              21 January 2013 11: 21
              +1
              The dome is not able to intercept the Scud, for this it is created and adopted System PRO Hetz-2.
              1. tolan777
                tolan777 21 January 2013 13: 06
                0
                Israel's air defense system relies mainly on the capabilities of the American Patriot complex
                - IMHO, Patriot is ineffective against Iskander.
                1. Professor
                  21 January 2013 13: 15
                  0
                  The Israeli air defense system relies mainly on the capabilities of the American Patriot complex - IMHO, against the Iskander, the Patriot is ineffective.

                  How long can I send you to teach materiel? Israel's three-tiered missile defense "relies mainly on capabilities" on the Hetz, David's Sling, and the Iron Dome.
                  1. tolan777
                    tolan777 21 January 2013 19: 11
                    +1
                    Yes "Iskander" does not care about this "Hatz", I dare to assume. It will break through like a network. Torn, rotten, coarse.
                    1. Professor
                      21 January 2013 21: 00
                      0
                      We’ll tear them all, they will break through everything and continue in the text, this is a conversation of real men, isn't it? And all this type of performance characteristics, combat use experience and the like nonsense - this is for the boys. good
                      1. tolan777
                        tolan777 22 January 2013 12: 22
                        0
                        The Iskander missile is single-stage, has an engine with one nozzle, is non-ballistic and is controlled throughout the flight path with gas-dynamic and aerodynamic rudders, which ensures high maneuverability. Most of the flight path of a stealth missile with a small scattering surface passes at an altitude of 50 km, which significantly reduces the probability of its destruction. The "invisibility" effect is achieved due to a combination of design features, in particular, the treatment of the rocket with special coatings, the dropping of protruding parts after launch and other measures. Iskander's trajectory is not only non-ballistic, but also difficult to predict. Immediately after the launch and immediately upon approaching the target, the rocket performs intensive maneuvering. Depending on the trajectory, the overloads range from 20 to 30 units. Accordingly, the interceptor missile must withstand an overload at least 2-3 times higher, which creates additional difficulties for the developers of anti-Iskander systems, which, as far as I know, have not yet been resolved.


                        The optical seeker of the Iskander missiles is universal and makes only one requirement for the inertial control system of the missile: to bring it to the point where the optics begin to see the target. Against such a head, the existing active electronic warfare means are powerless, which very effectively counteract radar homing systems. The high sensitivity of the seeker allows you to work even on a moonless night.
                        Also, for guidance, Iskander does not need radio navigation systems, which can be muted or disabled by the enemy.
                        The mass of the warhead is 480 kg.
                        KVO when using optical guidance - about 30 meters.
                        Range - 280 (until 280) km.
                        The cruise missile range for the Iskander is 500 km.
                        Missile-sustained overloads - just above 30G.

                        In a word, it will break through your missile defense as a network. Torn, rotten, coarse. wink
  4. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 21 January 2013 08: 50
    0
    Terrorists are already getting close to missiles; this is already bad, very bad! The Syrian army’s difficult decision to destroy the ammunition, apparently there was no other way. I would like to hope that our air defense system and about already in Syria!
    1. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel 21 January 2013 11: 34
      +3
      What's wrong with that? "Left" as a lure - take me (!). A crowd of jubilant "rebels" arrived and then ka-a-a-ak ... It will be MEGAR STRETCH! wassat
  5. Apollo
    Apollo 21 January 2013 08: 52
    10
    citation-Syria launched dozens of ballistic missiles at rebels (pro-rebel villages, city districts or military bases captured by rebels). Such use seems wasteful ...............

    why wasteful ?! Saving the lives of hundreds and hundreds of soldiers and officers
    l / s of the Syrian army does not go to any comparison. compared with the above word.
    And yet, in my opinion, the Syrian army probably has (received) new ballistic missiles they’re using old ones. From where is this another question, probably from Iran.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 21 January 2013 08: 58
      +3
      Quote: Apollon

      why wasteful ?! Saving the lives of hundreds and hundreds of soldiers and officers

      The author puts money at the forefront, not life!
      Hi Apollo.
      1. Apollo
        Apollo 21 January 2013 09: 16
        +2
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        The author puts money at the forefront, not life!


        Greetings, Alexander! hi That's right, that's why I highlighted this word.
    2. nycsson
      nycsson 21 January 2013 10: 07
      -1
      Quote: Apollon
      And yet, in my opinion, the Syrian army probably has (received) new ballistic missiles once they use the old ones.

      It is hard to believe that they are shooting these missiles like this!
  6. older
    older 21 January 2013 08: 58
    +1
    Quote: domokl
    It really looks like a proposal to Western countries to start a military operation in Syria ... There are no missiles, so the losses are planned to be minimal .. Well, well ...

    Or there are so many missiles that they can already shoot at sparrows smile Do not panic, there will be more. East business is delicate smile
  7. kontrol
    kontrol 21 January 2013 09: 01
    +4
    all the same, some kind of crap. something in this article is not so. it looks like misinformation, and the author is not present ... and the "professor" is a translator, so that there is no faith.
    1. Smirnov Vadim
      Smirnov Vadim 21 January 2013 09: 04
      +5
      Original source http://www.strategypage.com/htmw/htart/articles/20130116.aspx - the professor only translated. And on top - "Foreign Press Transfers"!
    2. Professor
      21 January 2013 09: 11
      +2
      I can throw you a dozen links to this news in other resources, but as I understand it, nothing will convince you. wink
  8. Trailer
    Trailer 21 January 2013 09: 06
    +3
    Here is a sure sign of democracy and the absence of chemical weapons in any country in the field of view of the United States.
  9. valokordin
    valokordin 21 January 2013 09: 41
    +2
    The article is not credible, so commenting on it does not make sense.
  10. engineer74
    engineer74 21 January 2013 09: 55
    +5
    Assad has already used BOV, has bombarded the rebels with cluster munitions, it’s blown up the university, and now it’s BR. We are waiting for the nuclear weapons to apply, the main thing is to trust the Western press! wassat
    PS
    I think about the mass launch of the BR, we would have from our colleagues from Israel and would have known without a translated article.
    1. Professor
      21 January 2013 10: 51
      0
      I used BOV, I uploaded a video of their application. Nobody writes about the mass start, especially not Israel is fired upon and not even towards Israel, but the north and east of Syria.

      PS
      A couple of photos of Scud (not Syrian)





      1. Professor
        21 January 2013 10: 52
        0
        extension






        1. SASCHAmIXEEW
          SASCHAmIXEEW 21 January 2013 11: 38
          0
          Are you showing Ashuluk? A friend of the sand ...
          1. Professor
            21 January 2013 12: 09
            +1
            No, look at the second photo on board the sign.
            1. ozs
              ozs 23 January 2013 18: 00
              0
              Afghanistan
      2. engineer74
        engineer74 21 January 2013 12: 09
        0
        Unfortunately, I didn’t see the video about OV, but I think that in the case of a real application, a special one would already work. UN Commission.
        And if there was no mass start, then what to talk about? Whoever has what is high-precision, he uses it, who is "Predators", who is "Scuds". The selectivity of the "Scud" is all the same higher than, for example, the "Grad" batteries.
        1. Professor
          21 January 2013 12: 27
          0
          Unfortunately, I didn’t see the video about OV, but I think that in the case of a real application, a special one would already work. UN Commission.

          http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=b39_1349980990

          The selectivity of the "Scud" is all the same higher than, for example, the "Grad" batteries.

          Well yes? The accuracy (dispersion) of the Hail is at a maximum range of 90 m, while the Scud is of the order of 500 m.
          1. engineer74
            engineer74 21 January 2013 12: 47
            0
            Thanks for the link.
            It is incorrect to compare "Grad" and "Scud", as well as CEP with dispersion, I mean collateral damage. hi
  11. avt
    avt 21 January 2013 10: 36
    +2
    This makes no sense request , Yes, if at least one let go, it would be ... ...! negative
    1. Professor
      21 January 2013 10: 45
      0
      And you look at the links in this article what kind of stink has risen.
      More News On Syria Continuing To Fire Scud Missiles
      Only the lazy did not write about it.
      1. avt
        avt 21 January 2013 17: 51
        0
        Quote: Professor
        And you look at the links in this article what kind of stink has risen.
        Do not inspire! Yes, for dozens of launches on Assad, they would have long been hollowed out of all calibers without any mandate !!!
        1. Professor
          21 January 2013 21: 04
          -4
          Does not inspire? I understand who they are
          The Guardian
          Al Jazeera
          Washington Post / AP
          CNN
          Christian Science Monitor
          NBC
          with the BBC
          AFP
          Reuters
          RT
          Deutsche Welle?

          Now, if Vasyukovskaya Pravda wrote about it, then it would be called a raised stink ... lol
          1. Cynic
            Cynic 21 January 2013 21: 38
            +1
            Quote: Professor
            I understand who they are ...

            Excuse me, was the data on the destruction of other ammunition announced there?
            Type:
            Syria shot tens of thousands of rounds so that the rebels didn’t get it!
            Shaw is not true ?!
            bully
  12. Alexfu
    Alexfu 21 January 2013 10: 38
    0
    The start of a ballistic missile is fixed in a swing, then the West would already shout that Assad is using nuclear weapons or something like that. And in general, this misinformation justifies the installation of missile defense in Europe, and also gives a reason to hint at losses among the civilian population. And then I quote "and not against poorly armed rebels," well, very plausible.
  13. OTAKE
    OTAKE 21 January 2013 11: 13
    0
    We are looking forward to the case of "use it or lose it" with chemical weapons, preferably in the closest neighbors, since there is a reason and an excuse, otherwise if the rebels come across it, it will finally be cranky, but then hop, and they got rid of the missiles and from chem. weapons and no problems. :)
  14. satellite
    satellite 21 January 2013 11: 26
    -1
    Such nonsense has not yet been laid out here, Marat Musin is better to look at youtube he is at least in the center of the conflict, but I don’t even take these Jews seriously, they spread only links that copy each other.
  15. tolan777
    tolan777 21 January 2013 11: 30
    +2
    The article sucks, one can immediately see the propaganda - say, Assad uses rockets because he has nowhere to go. And if you take a little thought and it’s immediately obvious that this type of missile is outdated in Syria, both morally and physically, and their use is justified by a number of factors:

    1. Power strikes are inflicted on ban formations.
    2. The number of objects subject to protection is reduced.
    3. There is no need for costly disposal of hazardous ammunition.
    4. Why should Syria modernize and maintain this obsolete scrap metal, if now it has Iskander, for which different Patriots are just easy targets, and the Iron Dome is a rusty, leaky net? Another thing is that she will not use them against Israel - if Israel does not enter the war.

    The mention of the high price of missiles - so this price was paid a long time ago, Syria is not paying for every launch right now? And the rockets were bought for that, in order to use them. And it is better like this - from a cannon to sparrows than these "guns" ingloriously cut into metal.

    In a word, the article clearly hints that "Assad is using them out of despair" - in fact, those afftors who sprinkle custom articles of this kind are in despair - worthy disciples and followers of Goebbels.

    The wish of the Professor is to translate more reliable and less propaganda articles in the future; translating outright rubbish does not color you at all.
    1. Professor
      21 January 2013 11: 46
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      Learn materiel - The Iron Dome is not designed to intercept such missiles.

      The wish of the Professor is to translate more reliable and less propaganda articles in the future; translating outright rubbish does not color you at all.

      1. You have already decided, either missiles of this type are outdated in Syria, both morally and physically, and their use is justified by a number of factorsor this is nonsense and there was no use for them.
      2. Well, don't read "propaganda articles and translation of outright crap"no one forces.
      3. The skads fired at the Sheikh Suleiman military base near the town of Darret Ezza.
      1. OTAKE
        OTAKE 21 January 2013 12: 00
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        Ribby! Do not mess with the professor! And then Israel will attack, and their army is very pumped up, they will immediately tear the intestines to the enemies of Izgale !! I understand why the Arabs scattered from the Israeli army! I myself would have piled full pants if I had seen such fighters!

      2. Sergh
        Sergh 21 January 2013 12: 03
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        Quote: Professor
        The iron dome is not designed to intercept such missiles.

        Professor, write and translate (laziness itself), we will read, even though I will know the opinion from = over the hill. Thank.
      3. tolan777
        tolan777 21 January 2013 13: 00
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        Professor, did I say that the rockets were not used? On the contrary, I emphasized that yes, it’s good that they used this junk while it’s possible, and with much greater benefit than just cutting into scrap metal.
        Or did I even hint somewhere that there was no use of missiles? It seems not, did not hint. Yes, and Assad in his right to use these missiles for any purpose, is not it?

        Regarding "do not read" - well, you are just as small, how can I judge the article is nonsense or not, without reading it? However, I take your word for it - and if in the future you think that you are writing or translating nonsense, write it in the title or title of the article, and I will not read it.

        "The Sheikh Suleiman military base near the city of Darret Ezza was fired on by scuds" - and how, successfully? Personally, I have always been skeptical about these monsters, here "Iskander" is a THING! What kind of missile defense system do you have to intercept it? I wonder if it will break through or not?
        1. Professor
          21 January 2013 13: 09
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          However, I take your word for it - and if in the future you find yourself writing or translating rubbish, write it in the title or title of the article, and I will not read it.

          I have a counter offer: look who is the author or translator and if you see who this "professor" is, then do not waste your precious time reading nonsense and do not break away from diligent study of the hardware. wink

          PS
          figured out the Iron Dome? laughing
          1. tolan777
            tolan777 21 January 2013 19: 19
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            If you admit that you write nonsense, then of course I will not read - I will criticize without reading wink

            And the "iron kumpol" for "Iskander", IMHO, for one tooth - like a rotten, leaky, coarse mesh. And other Israeli missile defense systems too.
            Pray that Russia does not begin to arm Arabs with them - it doesn’t matter to whom to sell, it would have money, but the Arabs have it. When the United States is not up to Israel, and it will be left without protection, all of your neighbors whom you have spoiled will understand that the chain that prevented them from tearing you apart has disappeared. And all the weapons that the Americans supplied the countries of the Middle East will turn against you. And the little animal that is depicted on my avatar will come to you laughing
            1. Professor
              21 January 2013 21: 12
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              I will criticize without reading

              I’m afraid it won’t work out, in order to criticize it is necessary to at least not much understand the hardware, but with you, as I see it, it is rather weak, as well as with history.

              And the "iron kumpol" for "Iskander", IMHO, for one tooth - like a rotten, leaky, coarse mesh. And other Israeli missile defense systems too.

              Materiel, dear, materiel. The iron dome is not designed to intercept tactical missiles.

              And the little animal that is depicted on my avatar will come to you

              And the prophet among you is rather weak, this furry animal has been promised to Israel for 60 years, but to see the climate does not suit him, it's hot. laughing
              1. gavana
                gavana 21 January 2013 22: 09
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                In fact, the professor is right. There are a lot of video testimonies on YouTube. For example, they have used the lost airbase Taftanaz and Aleppo. But there are still visible not only the scad.
              2. tolan777
                tolan777 22 January 2013 12: 08
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                Personally, you, Professor, are rather weak with logic - since the iron kumpol is NOT INTENDED to repel the Iskander attack, it means that they will easily overcome it.
                As for "60 years of promise" - 60 years ago, all your neighbors, whom you shit with, did not have nuclear weapons and American technology.