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"And it is so sweet to win a victory like a girl in pearls." About the release of al-Xeira

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"And it is so sweet to win a victory like a girl in pearls." About the release of al-Xeira
In the area between the Syrian cities of Homs and Al-Kseyr - the boundary of the climatic zone. If you go from Damascus, then to this territory - dried up land, low mountains, covered with poor and rare vegetation, and not a single reservoir. And already behind Homs begins the beauty of nature, full of life, which boils with life - a holiday of greenery and flowers, talkative rivers and silent lakes. And in the distance the distant mountains turn blue - this is already Lebanon. A few days ago, the line of confrontation between the Syrian army and terrorists took place in the same territories, but the servicemen managed to sharply shift it to their advantage.


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...Tanks turn the road into a dusty mess in which cars almost drown. The wind blows - and this dust creates a kind of gray-brown fog. On the way to Al-Kseir - destroyed houses and shops, damaged mosques. But there are also green gardens with delicate trees against the background of distant blue mountains. I involuntarily recall the verses of Nikolai Gumilyov:
The country that could be a paradise
Became a den of fire.
We are approaching the fourth day,
We have not eaten for four days.



The attack of the Syrian army on the city occupied by terrorists lasted much more than a day's 4. It began on March 19, and at first the soldier managed to clear out 2 / 3 Al-Xeira. Further, the soldiers-liberators faced serious obstacles. The terrorists entrenched themselves in the northern quarters of the city.



Logistical support they provided external forces. In particular, the army team managed to find an Israeli car with modern communication technology. The militants had installed video cameras on the streets - the notorious “non-lethal equipment”, which the insurgents transmit to the United States, considering this to be a manifestation of humanism. But this "non-lethal assistance" was used by militants for clearly deadly purposes - they tracked the movements of the army and, as soon as the soldiers approached, they were killed with the help of remote-controlled explosive devices. How many mothers now will not wait for their sons - the young defenders of the Motherland, who were killed with the help of the notorious "non-lethal" equipment! All the “guilt” of these soldiers was that they honestly fulfilled their duty, went to the lawful army of their homeland, and fought with brutalized terrorists until their last breath.

But the Syrian army could not win in this battle. On the morning of June 5, the decisive counter-terrorism special operation began. Crushed the headquarters of the militants with the leaders. The terrorists left without coordinators, unable to withstand the pressure of the military, were forced to "tactically retreat" to the village of Al-Dhabaa. The city was liberated. 6 June came the news that the village of Al-Dhabaa also cleared of bandits, many of them eliminated, others surrendered to captivity. Neither Western aid, nor Israeli intelligence, nor the cry of the “democrats” of the whole world (first of all, of course, the West) about how poor the little militants helped them in this battle.

Those who took the right to speak on behalf of the "democratic" public, these days tried to push through the UN Security Council a special statement, which condemned the actions of the Syrian army in the city of Al-Ksayr. The project of such a dubious "document" was introduced by Britain - as usual, NATO countries take turns in introducing at international events such menacingly condemning libels.

At a meeting of the UN Security Council 1 June, Russia vetoed this project. Commenting on this decision, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich recalled that for a long time this city and the surrounding area were places of high activity of illegal armed groups, and the militants drove almost all Christians and Alawites out of it, turned the temple into a headquarters, performed acts robbery and robbery in the surrounding villages, where Shiites mostly live. The Foreign Ministry also recalled that the terrorists created a kind of “Islamic Council”, which acted jointly with “Dzhebhat An-Nusroy” (this organization is closely associated with Al-Qaeda and was recently included in the UN Security Council’s list of terrorists).

“It is hardly possible to call timely a proposal to raise the voice of the international community in a situation where the Syrian army is completing a counter-terrorist operation against militants who have uncontrolled the population of the Syrian border town for several months. At the same time, during all this time, no one drew attention to the sufferings experienced by city dwellers, ”the official representative of the Russian foreign affairs agency stressed.

Lukashevich also pointed out that the militants put up fierce resistance because they realized that the loss of Al-Xeira would have deprived them of the opportunity to receive weapon and reinforcements from mercenaries.

The UN Security Council was not the only place through which the opponents of Syria dragged their biased accusations against military servicemen - fighters against terrorism. In parallel, Qatar and Turkey submitted to the UN Human Rights Council a draft document in which responsibility, as was to be expected, is entrusted only to one side - the Syrian leadership and the army. But not a single word was said about the terrible crimes committed by the militants of the so-called "opposition".

The Russian Foreign Ministry said about this document: “The resolution is biased and in fact misinforms the international community. The blame for violence in Al-Ksayra rests solely on official Damascus. Convincing the involvement of foreign combatants on the side of the Syrian government is condemned. However, not a word is said about the numerous violations of human rights, the atrocities and harassment of the civilian population in Al-Ksayra committed by armed gangs associated with Al-Qaida, in whose ranks foreign jihadists are fighting. Placing the blame for the violence in Al Quseir on the Syrian government in advance, the authors of the resolution provided for the Independent Commission to conduct a separate investigation of these events. In essence, this is an attempt to impose on the Commission the results of such an investigation. ”

The representative of the Foreign Ministry noted that “the consensus adoption of the resolution, as the co-authors wanted, did not work out, and the text refused to support the 11 states, two times more than during the adoption of the HRC resolution on Syria in March of this year. This is direct evidence of the fact that more and more states do not intend to subscribe to ventures working for the radical Syrian opposition and undermining the prospects for a political settlement in Syria. "

At the meeting of the HRC, the permanent representative of Russia to the UN in Geneva, A. Borodavkin, made a statement that the proposed resolution was not timely and counterproductive. It aims to undermine efforts to convene an international conference on Syria. According to him, such a document "is clearly working for one of the parties to the Syrian conflict, namely, the radical opposition that has staked on the continuation of the armed conflict." That is why, - said the diplomat, - in the draft there is not a word of condemnation of foreign terrorists fighting on the side of the opposition, in particular, from Dzhebhat An-Nusra. But it is they who carry out terrorist acts and bloody crimes, including cannibalism, the representative of the Russian Federation added.

In general, despite the fact that the biased resolution in the HRC was adopted, it was supported by far fewer countries than before. This was largely due to the position of Russia.

And the reaction of the "opposition" was not long in coming. Feeling the support of the West behind their backs, the bandits decided to give Russia an ultimatum!
The so-called "free Syrian army" squeaked, which requires Russia ... "to stop attempts to prevent international intervention in the Syrian conflict."

On the other hand, the “oppositionists” threatened Lebanon as well. Already almost open war (Russia is still afraid of the rattle of arms before Russia!)
The leader of the SSA, a certain Salim Idris, called on the UN Security Council to take tough actions against “aggression by foreign fighters”. Otherwise, he threatened to turn his terrorist activities into an “extended cross-border conflict”.

What does Idris mean by “aggression of foreign fighters”? Has he really changed his mind and remembered that on the side of the pseudo-opposition are hundreds of foreign mercenaries from all over the world? Not at all. So what's the deal? Very simply - the leader suggests that the Lebanese Hezbollah fighters are fighting on the side of the Syrian army.

The charge sucked from the finger. If Hezbollah played a role, it is connected with the fact that Al-Xayr is only 15 kilometers from the Syrian-Lebanese border. Militants have repeatedly fired on Lebanese territory, tried to move between the border, without being aware of the legality of such actions, and attacked Lebanese villages. Under these conditions, the Hezbollah fighters were forced to protect the border, as far as possible, from uninvited “guests”. The Lebanese television channel Al-Mayadin conveyed an official statement from Hezbollah on this issue, which states that the fighters protected Lebanese villages and their relatives from militants.

The militants of the so-called “Syrian opposition” greatly exaggerated the role of the Lebanese party. But at the same time they pretended that they “forgot” how many foreign militants are in their own ranks!

And this is not at all a statement by the Syrian government forces themselves. This is evidenced by American sources, which are difficult to suspect of sympathy for the leadership of the SAR.

Thus, the American consulting center "Flashpoint Global Partners" prepared a report in which it is noted that only from July 2012 to May 2013 were at least 280 foreign fighters from the United States, Chechnya, Kosovo, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya, Saudi Arabia. It is only among those killed! Usually such militants are well trained and it is not so easy to eliminate them.

An expert at the Washington Institute for the Middle East, Aaron Zelin, acknowledged that people from Europe who are from 500 to 800 are present in Syria. And the infiltration of terrorists from various countries continues.

But this intervention is not enough for the militants of the so-called “opposition”! They demand from Russia “not to interfere with external interference”, and from the UN Security Council - on the contrary, to prevent “aggression from foreign fighters”! Isn't it, two absolutely opposite requirements? It turns out that external intervention on the side of the "opposition" is good, but preventing such interference is not? This once again shows the face of pseudo-oppositionists who are ready to give the country to the mercy of foreigners.

In the meantime, residents of the liberated Al-Xeirah came to a mass demonstration in support of the legitimate Syrian army. It took place on June 6. It was attended by the governor of Homs province, Ahmad Muhammad Munir, and the secretary of the branch of the Arab Socialist Revival Party in the province of Homs Subhi Harb, who arrived in the city and heard the wishes of its inhabitants. The arrival of these people once again proves that the army took the city seriously and for a long time.
People walked along the liberated streets of the wounded city. They carried flags and portraits of the President. They chanted slogans in support of the Syrian army, which liberated hundreds of people who were bandits in human shields. People intend to take part in the restoration and improvement of the city, so that it becomes even better than before.



I would like to finish again with the words of Gumilyov:
And it is so sweet to win a victory
Like a girl in pearls
Walking on the smoke trail
Retreating enemy.

“Victory in the city of Al-Ksayr will open the door to new successes of the Syrian army throughout the country. This is a message to all who participate in the aggression against the SAR, that the Armed Forces are able to withstand any challenges, ”the High Command said in a statement.
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  1. Deniska999
    Deniska999 8 June 2013 08: 24
    56
    Won, and thank God. Maybe by the end of the year they’ll finish the opposition.
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 8 June 2013 09: 03
      +8
      Quote: Author Elena Gromova
      In particular, the army team managed to find an Israeli car with modern communications technology.


      Well, if this ancient empty tin can is a communications vehicle, then it’s only a courier or courier. Still, peasants reporters objectively give news


      http://greenkomitet.ru/forum/sobytiya-novosti/siriya/1475-siriya-novosti-video-i

      z-el-kuseira-izrail-skaya-spectehnika.html

      Minesulfur you at least follow the link or something






      1. mealnik2005
        mealnik2005 10 June 2013 15: 36
        0
        After inspection by "specialists" there is hardly anything left.
      2. RUSSIA 2013
        RUSSIA 2013 11 June 2013 11: 42
        +2
        SYNBANES AND KILLERS WILL BE RULED IN SYRIA, IF ASSAD'S MODE FALLS

        In the Syrian city of Aleppo, a terrible and at the same time very revealing story happened. The militants of one of the Islamist groups fighting on the side of the opposition staged a demonstration execution of 15-year-old Mohammad Kath, writes Kommersant newspaper columnist Maxim Yusin.

        The "crime" of the boy consisted in one single phrase: "Even if the prophet Muhammad descends from heaven, I will not become a believer." The jihad fighters considered these words blasphemy - and they shot the boy in cold blood in front of his parents, in spite of the pleas of his mother.

        Eyewitnesses to the massacre say that its participants did not speak the Syriac dialect of the Arabic language. Most likely, these were foreign jihadists - presumably from the Jebhat-en-Nusra group, which had recently declared itself a branch of Al-Qaeda.

        The director of the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, Rami Abdel Rahman, who did not hide his sympathies for the opposition, called the murder of Mohammad Katt “a gift to Bashar al-Assad.” And he admitted: "It is precisely because of such crimes that the Syrians are afraid of the fall of the regime."

        Recently, such “gifts” are happening more and more. Either opposition fighters will kidnap foreign journalists, or they will be caught with chemical weapons in the territory of friendly Turkey, or the commander of one of the units of the “free Syrian army” (the very one that is considered “moderate” in the West) cuts out the insides of the killed Syrian soldier and bites off a piece of heart (as he himself claims, posing in front of his associates), or of the lung.

        And as a result, for several weeks now there has been no sensation that Bashar al-Assad is so hopelessly losing the information war as it seemed a year ago. Of course, the Qatari channel Al-Jazeera will not attract the attention of its audience either to the reprisal of the boy in Aleppo, or to the cannibal meal - the “freedom fighter”. Here the emphasis has remained the same - to speak primarily about the "atrocities of the regime." But in the Western media, the coverage of the conflict has become noticeably more balanced.

        And viewers, readers, and radio listeners are gradually becoming aware of which “democrats” and “humanists” can replace Assad. And who is right now defending Aleppo from the government troops that went on the offensive - those same "fighters for the purity of faith" who shot a 15-year-old defenseless boy in the mouth in front of his sobbing mother.

        By the way, are British Prime Minister David Cameron and French President Francois Hollande going to deliver weapons to them?
    2. vezunchik
      vezunchik 8 June 2013 10: 14
      17
      And then Russia was written off. No, Russia should grin - like western jackals, having scrounged their tail, they run up!
      1. T-73
        T-73 8 June 2013 21: 56
        +6
        The Naglo-Saxons have never written off the Russians, their arrogance still does not allow us to consider us non-savages capable of great deeds, deeds, actions and decisions. These arrogant (cut) still consider themselves an empire. Well. Then, indeed, we have the right to grin. Apparently they do not know: "do not wake up dashingly, while it is quiet." +
    3. Orel
      Orel 8 June 2013 11: 23
      34
      Al-Qseir was compared to "Syrian Stalingrad" (not in terms of the scale of hostilities, of course, but in importance). The Syrian army has taken its Stalingrad. This is a decisive success and nothing should stop the army now. I wish them a speedy victory.
      1. Revolver
        Revolver 9 June 2013 04: 50
        -3
        Quote: Orel
        The Syrian army has taken its Stalingrad.


        To compare skirmishes of local significance with Stalingrad is a spit in the face of those who were in the trenches of the present Stalingrad, who stood to their deaths at all costs, and many paid this price, often the highest - life.
        Stalingrad was alone. There has never been such a thing anywhere and I would like to hope that it will not.
        1. Orel
          Orel 11 June 2013 05: 24
          +2
          To compare skirmishes of local significance with Stalingrad is a spit in the face of those who were in the trenches of this Stalingrad


          No need to juggle. And in fairness, if you fled to the United States and now write "patriotic" comments from there, then I'll tell you this: "Do you want to do something useful for Russia? So go back home and work for the good of your country, not for the good of the country. , which arranged all this in Syria "These are your comments from the camp of the enemy, a spit in the face of all Russians and Syrians.
          1. cruisetur
            cruisetur 12 June 2013 11: 43
            0
            But the traitors of the Motherland do not need the Motherland !!! As experience shows, most of the returnees become the fifth column
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        3. papik09
          papik09 12 June 2013 03: 47
          0
          You're wrong, sir. The comparison is not in how many defenders died, but in the fact that this is the BREAKING MOMENT of this senseless war. And you don't have to say that "this is a slap in the face." The comparison is very well chosen. hi
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    5. RUSSIA 2013
      RUSSIA 2013 8 June 2013 12: 31
      +4
      The Syrians and the Syrian army are united, so that every villain in the face of the opposition, but simply ordinary bandits, has a zero chance, just a matter of time, luck and patience to the entire Syrian people.
      1. SSR
        SSR 9 June 2013 00: 14
        +3
        Quote: RUSSIA 2013
        just a matter of time, luck and patience

        Video cameras were installed on the streets by militants - the notorious "non-lethal equipment" that the United States gives to the rebels, considering this to be a manifestation of humanism. But this "non-lethal help" was used by the militants for clearly deadly purposes - they tracked the movements of the army and, as soon as the soldiers approached, they were killed with the help of explosive devices with remote control.

        Where will the new tactics of using gadgets come up .... and this is a new milestone for terror .. comes around to all .. customers too.
      2. cruisetur
        cruisetur 12 June 2013 11: 47
        +1
        It’s very nice to see how the Syrians ARE COMING AND TAKING THEIR SOLDIERS ALSO AT THE TIME. Surprisingly VERY LITTLE ACTIONS !!. Syria well done anyway
    6. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 36
      20
      Syrian army liberates the city of Kuneitra on the border with Israel



      On the evening of June 6, Syrian government forces liberated the city of Kuneitra on the Israeli border from gangs. Syrian official media reported that the border area came under army control.

      Fighting for Quneitra began at about five in the morning on June 6. The militants attacked the positions of government forces and within an hour captured a number of city blocks and a strategic border crossing - the Quneitra checkpoint (the only official border checkpoint between Syria and Israel).

      About two hours after the militants seized the border area, the army launched a counterattack. Massive artillery attacks were inflicted on firing positions of bandit groups in the city and on the border.

      Several artillery shells and mines exploded near the Ziuani camp of the UN peacekeeping contingent and at the peacekeepers' observation post located near the Quneitra border checkpoint. Two mines went off in Israel.

      Shrapnel wounds received one peacemaker. The command of the Israeli army declared the entire border area with the villages of Meru Golan and Ein Zivan a closed zone. The intensity of hostilities forced Austria to refuse to participate in a peacekeeping mission in the Golan Heights and announce the withdrawal of its soldiers from the area.

      By noon, the Syrian army knocked out militants from the border checkpoint and freed most of the quarters of Kuneitra. The fighting in the city continued until the evening. Most of the SSA and Islamist gangs retreated to the south - to the area of ​​the village of Al-Kakhtaniya and to the central part of the demilitarized zone. As usual, militants burned the bodies of foreign mercenaries along the way of their retreat.

      Israel took an active part in helping the Islamists. More than 20 wounded militants were transported to the territory of the neighboring state. Several ambulances left the border zone deep into Israeli territory. Some of the wounded were sent to the Rivka Ziv hospital in Safed.

      Despite the official ban of the Israeli command, at an altitude near Ein Zivan, Israeli citizens and representatives of the press gathered to watch the battle in the Kuneitra region.


      View of Kuneitra from the Golan Heights (photo: flash90.com/ Sh. Levy)

      By the end of the day, the city of Kuneitra had completely come under the control of the Syrian army units with attached armored vehicles. Government forces blocked the Al-Kahtania region. Skirmishes here continued on the night of June 7. This morning, the militants tried to break into Kuneitra again, but were stopped. At the moment, fighting continues between Al-Kahtania and Kuneitra.
    7. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 37
      11
      Austria withdraws its contingent from the Golan Heights


      UN peacekeeping observation post at Kuneitra (photo: flash90.com)

      On June 6, in connection with the aggravation of the situation in the area of ​​the Syrian city of Kuneitra, the Austrian authorities decided to withdraw their troops from the demilitarized zone in the Golan Heights. A corresponding notification was sent to the UN.

      The UN mission on the line of separation between Syria and Israel (undof) was formed in 1974 after the so-called Doomsday War of 1973. Currently, about 1000 military men from different countries are serving in the demilitarized zone. 380 of them are Austrian military personnel, newsru.co.il reports.

      After the outbreak of the war in Syria and the involvement of the demilitarized zone in the sphere of armed conflict, Canada, Croatia and Japan withdrew their military from the Golan Heights. The Islamists took the Filipino peacekeepers hostage twice.

      For this reason, the question of the withdrawal of the Austrian contingent was raised by the authorities in April this year. Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger said during a visit to Israel that his country would withdraw its military from the Golan if the EU lifts the arms embargo on Syria.

      In late May, EU officials decided not to extend the arms embargo on Syria. We are talking primarily about direct deliveries of weapons to Syrian militants. The Russian Defense Ministry Sergei Shoigu said in this regard that our country can no longer consider itself bound by any restrictions.

      Currently, fights between militants and Syrian government forces are ongoing in the Kuneitra region, near the Israeli border. On June 6, one peacekeeper was injured by a fragment, during the day the Syrian army drove the militants out of Kuneitra, but the situation in the demilitarized zone remains unstable.
    8. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 38
      12
      FSB: about 200 Russians are fighting in Syria under the al-Qaeda flag


      FSB Director Alexander Bortnikov

      The director of the Russian FSB, Alexander Bortnikov, at a meeting of the heads of special services and law enforcement agencies of foreign partner countries, said that about 200 militants from the Russian North Caucasus and other regions of Russia are fighting in Syria under the Al-Qaeda flag.

      "The fact that about 200 militants from the Russian Federation are fighting on the side of the Caucasus Emirate under the flag of Al-Qaeda and other affiliated structures is a matter of concern for Russia," Bortnikov said. During the meeting, the sides discussed the activation of Islamists in North Africa and the Middle East, primarily in Syria.

      The head of the FSB also noted that other partner countries of Russia also note the participation of their citizens in the war in Syria on the side of extremists. "Thus, our partners give an assessment when they say that from several dozen to several hundred of the same fighters are participating on the side of international terrorist structures in the conflict in Syria," he said.

      Bortnikov stressed that such a "training camp" has already created a serious threat to Western countries. The heads of the special structures agreed with their Russian counterpart. "We agreed that this is a very serious threat for all states - not only for Russia and the CIS countries, but also for European states and for the American continent," Bortnikov quotes newsru.com.

      The head of the FSB explained: "The danger of this is that ultimately these terrorists will return to the countries from which they left." “What should we do and what barrier to put on the plans and intentions of those who have passed the test run, learned to fight in order not to let them enter their territories?” Bortnikov said about the issues that were actively discussed at the conference. The head of the Russian security department did not say what retaliatory measures were discussed at the meeting.
      1. fedorovith
        fedorovith 8 June 2013 15: 13
        27
        The task is to keep scum as little as possible alive. Yes, the pardon will forgive me ..
        1. papik09
          papik09 12 June 2013 03: 53
          0
          For such a wish to say "May he forgive me .." - NONSENS! You cannot ask for forgiveness for this! am
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    9. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 39
      14
      Syrian army liberated the villages of Al-Dabaa and Al-Hamidiyah at Al Quseir



      On June 6, the Syrian army destroyed most of the gangs in the village of Ad-Dabaa, where the militants fled from Al Quseir and almost completely freed him. On the same day, the group that took refuge in the village of Al-Hamidiya was liquidated. The release of settlements was reported by Syrian state television.

      The villages of Al-Dabaa and Al-Hamidiya are located north of Al Quseir and on both sides of a strategically important object - the base of the Syrian Air Force. Recall that during the battles for the Al Quseir region, both settlements, as well as the airfield, changed hands several times. Government forces had to drive out bandits from Ad-Dabaa, to destroy their tunnels and weapons depots.

      On June 5, units of the Syrian Arab army, with the support of Hezbollah units, attacked key positions of the gangs in Al-Quseir, after which most of the Islamists decided to retreat in the direction of Al-Dabaa. The village was blocked by troops on the same day.

      At the same time, sources of Islamists claim that by the evening of June 5 in El-Quseir "more than 200 Hezbollah militants had been killed." First, a suicide bomber blew himself up at an army checkpoint, after which "the fighters (Jabhat al-Nusra) again took 90% of the city of El-Quseir under their control."

      Perhaps the attempt to counterattack in Al Quseir was and was, but was repulsed. This is confirmed by the situation in the area by the evening of June 6 - the area along the Ad-Dabaa-El-Quseir line was almost completely cleaned up. Currently, fighting continues north of the air base and in the Al-Bouweid Al-Sharqiyah region.
    10. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 41
      +7
      Islamists claim the capture of Ming airbase in the Syrian province of Aleppo



      Islamist sources announced this morning that the Jaysh Muhajirin wa Ansar militants have taken control of the Ming airbase in Aleppo province. Reinforcements, ammunition, additional mortars, pickups with machine guns, guns and one tank were pulled to the military facility.

      On the morning of June 6, the Jaysh Mukhajirin va Ansar extremist bandit groups, the backbone of which are bandits from the Russian North Caucasus, began shelling and shelling the command center of the airbase. Then the bandit groups infiltrated the central part of the base and entered into a firefight with the Syrian military.


      Militants strike at command center of Ming Air Base, June 6

      Judging by the video reports published on the network about the "capture of the Ming base", fierce firefights at the airbase continued until the night of June 7, and the result of the hostilities in the area is ambiguous and has not yet been finally confirmed.

      Ming airfield was blocked several months ago by the group of the Ingush militant Abu-Shishani. The so-called "Chechen brigade" created by him became known in the area of ​​the Syrian city of Aleppo as the most efficient armed formation.

      For a long time, bandits from Dagestan, Ingushetia, Chechnya, Kabardino-Balkaria and even Tajikistan besieged the Aleppo international airport and the An-Neirab region. But after they were defeated here, the group absorbed people from various countries, was renamed "Jaysh Muhajirin wa Ansar" and relocated north of Aleppo, laying siege to Ming airfield.

      Last week, militants have already announced the seizure of part of the territory of the air base and several tanks. Since then, artillery and air strikes have been inflicted on them, but this, apparently, did not help to unlock the airfield.
    11. Lord of the Sith
      Lord of the Sith 8 June 2013 12: 43
      10
      Syrian army blocked Islamists fleeing Al-Quseyr, in the area of ​​Al-Sharqah Bouweid



      Syrian government forces liberated the Al-Masoudia and Al-Salkhiya villages north of Al Quseir from Islamic bandit groups and partially blocked the militant group in Al-Buwaid Al-Sharqiyah. To date, the army controls most of the villages for 12-15 km. from El Quseir.

      On June 7, one of the bandit groups was destroyed in Al-Buweida, and artillery and aircraft were striking the village. In Al-Masoudiya, about 50 pick-up trucks with machine guns, a Shilka anti-aircraft gun and anti-aircraft guns belonging to the Membij battalion were confiscated. Special operations are being carried out in the villages of Dmeina al-Sharqiyah and Husseinia near the Damascus-Homs highway.

      According to the Anna-News agency, during the clearing of Al-Salkhiya, the military discovered a whole complex of professionally constructed defensive structures, which include a network of concrete bunkers and tunnels.

      Warehouses with equipment and weapons were found underground: pickups with machine guns and anti-aircraft guns, heat-guided missiles, gas masks, 107-mm artillery guns. caliber. In the bunkers, militants fled from El Quseir.

      The small village of just over 20 yards was turned by militants into a real fortified area. The scale of the built shelters is amazing: completely concreted tunnels the size of a subway tunnel with high ceilings, which can fit a car and even a tank, tens of kilometers long. The network of underground transport routes has not yet been fully explored by the Syrian military. Only 14 km were surveyed. tunnels.

      From Al-Salkhiya, a tunnel leads to the village of Ad-Dabaa and the city of Al Quseir. Presumably it is stretched to the village of Jusia on the Lebanese border.

      El Quseir continues to mine. During the sweeping of the city territory in one of the wells a group of 29 people was discovered, including two women and three children. All civilians in the pit were saved.
      1. engineer5
        engineer5 12 June 2013 17: 42
        0
        Was the militants able to build tunnels in a year? Their equipment can be envied.
    12. cartridge
      cartridge 8 June 2013 15: 30
      +9


      The latest movie about the capture of El Quseir in Russian. Laid out on the network the day before yesterday. Duration 1:02
    13. Atlon
      Atlon 8 June 2013 17: 35
      +8
      Quote: Deniska999
      Won, and thank God. Maybe by the end of the year they’ll finish the opposition.

      Wet the ghouls in the outhouse! am
    14. RUSSIA 2013
      RUSSIA 2013 11 June 2013 11: 39
      +2
      As part of Operation Northern Storm, on June 9-10, Syrian army units blocked large groups of Islamists in the northwestern suburbs of Aleppo. The retreat routes for bandit groups from Kafr Hamra, Maarat Artik, Al-Mansur and Kafr Dail were cut off. Intensive fighting continues in the cities of Khreitan, Anadan, Hayyan and other localities north of Aleppo.

      During a series of special operations by Syrian troops in the western part of the war zone (in Al-Mansur, Kafr Dail and Marat Artik), the gangs suffered heavy losses in manpower and equipment.

      The army command confirmed the completion of the cleansing of two districts west and north of Aleppo: two small villages in the area of ​​Tell Al-Schweichna and the village of Kilikia. In both areas, security has been restored. A number of quarters in Kafr Hamra, Al-Mansur, Kafr Daile have also been freed.

      Meanwhile, north of the Khandarat region, Islamists are trying to counterattack. On June 10, more than a hundred militants again attempted to storm Aleppo Central Prison and the area of ​​the Agricultural Research Institute. All attacks were repelled, the Islamists with losses retreated to their original positions.

      On the same day, militants of the Jaysh Muhajirin and Jabhat al-Nusra groups once again tried to storm the complex of buildings on the territory of the Ming airbase. According to extremists from the North Caucasus, they managed to capture a water tower and a radar complex. The militants were personally led by the leader of "Jaysh Mukhadzhirin", the Ingush bandit Umar al-Shishani, 15 suicide bombers took part in the attack.

      In the city of Aleppo, fighting continues in the Kurdish areas of Sheikh Maksud and Bustan Al-Bash, as well as in the central region of Bustan Al-Qasr. In the latter, the military destroyed a car bomb and all nearby militants. Most of the murdered bandits are foreign mercenaries.
    15. shark
      shark 14 June 2013 18: 29
      0
      Would you know how you want to believe in it!
  2. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 8 June 2013 08: 28
    31
    Well done Syrians! Well done operation .. keep it up! Crush these nits to evil all mongrel! Russia is with you!
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 8 June 2013 09: 22
      16
      Quote: ....
      About the release of al-Kseir


      The curious details of the operation in Quseir are becoming known. During the fighting, militants of the Al-Kassam Hamas brigades were reportedly captured.


      Hezbollah is fighting with Hamas
      1. bask
        bask 8 June 2013 09: 37
        12
        Quote: Vadivak

        Hezbollah is fighting with Hamas

        First, Hamas was created by the Mossad in the 80s.
        Secondly, they are Muslim Brotherhood, and they are now in power in Turkey.
        So that's not surprising.
        1. Vadivak
          Vadivak 8 June 2013 10: 06
          +4
          Quote: bask
          First, Hamas was created by the Mossad in the 80s.
          Secondly, it’s Muslim Brotherhood


          It’s not entirely true that attributing the creation of Hamas to Mossad is wrong, it’s another matter that Hamas, created to peak Arafat, initially supported Israel because it believed that they would compete with Arafat and push him out of the political arena. Squeezed out in 1989, Hamas carried out a series of large-scale attacks on Israeli facilities. On July 16, a Hamas supporter tore the steering wheel from an Israeli bus driver and sent him into a deep gorge. As a result, 26 people died and 1 were injured. Two women were killed during an attack by Hamas members on a suburban bus on July 1993, 6, and on April 1994, 1994, a Hamas suicide bomber detonated a bomb in Afula, eight people died. A week later, five more Israelis died at the hands of a suicide bomber in the city of Hadera. In October 20, a bomb planted on a bus exploded in downtown Tel Aviv, killing 70 people. In the weeks leading up to the recent Israeli elections, nearly 100 people were killed and nearly XNUMX injured in the bombing of Hamas terrorists in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Terrorist acts undermined the credibility of Prime Minister Shimon Peres’s government and ultimately contributed to Netanyahu’s election victory.
          1. Chavy
            Chavy 9 June 2013 05: 26
            +2
            Hamas was created by Israel in the late 70s. Explosions could be done by anyone, since there is someone to blame. Terrorist attacks are committed to "break" the government and the people. Bottom line: Netanyahu and co in power, the people hate Arabs (who should be hated).
        2. Ascetic
          Ascetic 8 June 2013 10: 36
          11
          Quote: bask
          Muslim brothers, and they are now in power in Turkey.


          In Egypt, Turkey is probably not yet in the hands of the Muslim Brotherhood, although many both domestically and abroad believe that the Justice and Development Party is a branch of the Muslim Brotherhood. Erdogan made Turkey a springboard for the global Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad, and after ending the war in Syria, Erdogan will set about establishing an Islamic republic in Turkey. And this no longer meets the interests of the West and the Zionist Likud Israel.
          1. Meth
            Meth 8 June 2013 10: 48
            -2
            Quote: Ascetic
            Erdogan made Turkey a foothold for the worldwide Muslim Brotherhood and Islamic Jihad, and ending the war in Syria, Erdogan will set about establishing an Islamic republic in Turkey. And this no longer meets the interests of the West and Zionist Likudian Israel.

            Hi Ascetic.
            I have not heard you for a long time, I'm glad that you are still on the site.
            How do you like the latest news ..
            Turkish banks unexpectedly offered today for sale large consignments of dollars, conducting an extensive operation to buy the national currency - the lira. This was reported to the correspondent. ITAR-TASS representatives of the business circles of the City of London. "Everything suggests that Turkish banks are conducting an operation to support the exchange rate of the lira," the foreign exchange trader said.
            As a result, in the middle of the day there was an increase - by 0,2 percent - of the lira exchange rate against the dollar, when 1,89 lira was given for the American currency.

            The large anti-government demonstrations and protests that have been ongoing since May 31 in various parts of Turkey are now beginning to negatively affect the economy of this country. So, in recent days there has been a sharp drop in the main indices of the Istanbul Stock Exchange, Turkish government bonds are depreciating, which leads to an increase in their yield.

            As noted in an interview with the correspondent. ITAR-TASS is an employee of one of the British banks, "amid the continuing protest movement in the business world, the degree of caution is increasing when doing business in Turkey."


            But for me it’s like that ...
          2. SSR
            SSR 9 June 2013 00: 20
            +2
            Quote: Ascetic
            It’s not quite so, to attribute the creation of Hamas to Mossad is wrong, it’s another matter that Hamas was created to peak Arafat

            You contradict yourself.
            PS,
            Taliban created in spite ...........
            al qaeda created in spite ...
            towers collapsed to the peak ...
            In general, something like this ...
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        3. cruisetur
          cruisetur 12 June 2013 12: 09
          0
          Most likely, Hazball was created by the same mossad, but managed to clean up most likely at random, and take its own path
        4. Don
          Don 13 June 2013 17: 30
          0
          Quote: bask
          Secondly, they are Muslim Brotherhood, and they are now in power in Turkey.

          Did you want to say in Egypt?
    2. sscha
      sscha 8 June 2013 10: 51
      +5
      I completely agree. In terms of emotions. hi But while we are "throwing" slogans, the Wahhabis "quietly" do their deeds with the tacit or not tacit connivance of their "allies" among the "darmokratisers" ...
      In a fight, the first to hit is not the one who is right, but the one who is bolder. And the second one then has to prove that in retaliation he "did not exceed the permissible limits of self-defense"! hi
      Hence the conclusion: hit first, having brought up the legal basis for your actions on the field of "information war" hi .
  3. Sergey47
    Sergey47 8 June 2013 08: 42
    +7
    This is no longer double standards, but the stubborn obstinacy of the "shit-mongers". God grant that the mattress jackal breaks its teeth in the Holy Syrian land. And maybe "a flame will kindle from a spark."
  4. Firstvanguard
    Firstvanguard 8 June 2013 08: 57
    +7
    Well done, keep it up !! good
  5. pravednik
    pravednik 8 June 2013 08: 59
    +9
    Hooray! The legitimate government has won. I want to ask one question, the so-called opposition. Who are you to demand anything from Russia or set conditions for it.
  6. Explore
    Explore 8 June 2013 09: 05
    10
    I'm terrified. Opposition puts ultimatums to Russia.
    Will they declare war on us? Straight shaking with fear ...
    1. Misantrop
      Misantrop 8 June 2013 09: 16
      +9
      Quote: Explorar
      Will they declare war on us? Straight shaking with fear ...

      Further it will be even worse. When they surrender and demand that they be kept under the convention laughing
      1. fedorovith
        fedorovith 8 June 2013 15: 20
        +7
        No captivity. Only total annihilation.
      2. воронов
        воронов 8 June 2013 22: 01
        +2
        Quote: Misantrop
        Quote: Explorar
        Will they declare war on us? Straight shaking with fear ...

        Further it will be even worse. When they surrender and demand that they be kept under the convention laughing

        In general, it is not customary to take prisoners in those parts, the climate is not the same, it’s hot, why not breed extra unhygienic sanitation in places where prisoners are kept.
      3. T-73
        T-73 8 June 2013 22: 01
        +2
        no, it is necessary to contain according to the laws for which they are fighting - they will cease to surrender immediately. For kerdyk
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  7. Meth
    Meth 8 June 2013 09: 14
    +2
    Thus, the American consulting center "Flashpoint Global Partners" prepared a report in which it is noted that only from July 2012 to May 2013 were at least 280 foreign fighters from the United States, Chechnya, Kosovo, Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, Libya, Saudi Arabia. It is only among those killed! Usually such militants are well trained and it is not so easy to eliminate them.


    How beautiful these lines are.
  8. mirag2
    mirag2 8 June 2013 09: 16
    12
    It was probably hard there ... The city was fortified, all approaches were shot, tank-dangerous directions were mined, remote mines, catapults, underground passages, remote monitoring using web cameras, thermal imagers, snipers, etc. And, most importantly, fighters of terrorist groups are not some crowd of rebels, but actually PROFESSIONALS. Moreover, ready for death, but not for retreat.
  9. lewerlin53rus
    lewerlin53rus 8 June 2013 09: 20
    18
    Elena, well done! Your reports from Syria are always pleasing. It is best to learn first hand information. Good luck to you and the Syrian people.
  10. darksoul
    darksoul 8 June 2013 09: 24
    11
    The boomerang flew back ... while it hit the head of Turkey, I hope other ugly ones ... whoever unleashed it will reach. Good luck to the Syrians in the fight against these rot ...
  11. individual
    individual 8 June 2013 09: 37
    22
    In the Syrian conflict
    happened unexpected turn:
    Kurdish armed groups, until recently observing
    neutrality, entered into battle with opposition groups in the city of Aleppo.
    If Bashar al-Assad manages to take advantage of this and consolidate the trend, the balance of power in the Syrian war may change in his favor.
    Kurds make up more than 10% of the Syrian population - if they support government troops not only in Aleppo, but also on other fronts, this will create serious problems for the opposition.
    Clashes between the Kurds and units of the Free Syrian Army - the SSA in Aleppo began after the opposition tried to establish control over the Ashrafiya district in the northern part of the city.
    1. Aljavad
      Aljavad 9 June 2013 01: 17
      +4
      This is good news! Kurds are fighters with experience, tradition and - most importantly - with the rear in Iraq. And the front - in Turkey. Good trump card in the Big Game.
      It is unfortunate (and embarrassing) that our Rasta surrendered Ocalan.
  12. pav-pon1972
    pav-pon1972 8 June 2013 09: 40
    11
    What can I say ... Well done! This wild, illiterate, wild Wahhabi rabble needs to be crushed, and the hosts should begin to crush this rabble: both politically and economically and by special operations ....
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  14. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 8 June 2013 09: 49
    +7
    I looked at the map, indeed, this town has strategic importance. On a scale of events, this is their Stalingrad. I hope a radical change is not far off.
    1. cruisetur
      cruisetur 12 June 2013 12: 29
      0
      The Kursk Bulge was behind Stalingrad ... So, the most serious is yet to come. If they win their Kursk Bulge, then it will definitely be possible to POLICY
  15. VkadimirEfimov1942
    VkadimirEfimov1942 8 June 2013 09: 50
    +9
    The aggressive West, together with the Anglo-Saxons, was defeated, and I am glad that Russia is not leaving its allies at last. They (the authors of the new "crusade") are planning to leave Russia alone with the leaders of the new order for a long time and then repeat the Yugoslav scenario with the entire "jackal" pack of NATO and satellites.
  16. Igor39
    Igor39 8 June 2013 10: 01
    +5
    Extinguish the demons!
  17. jamalena
    jamalena 8 June 2013 10: 05
    14
    - Syrians! We pray for you! Another bit of patience and endurance! Crush this shitty democratic shushera once and for all!
    1. Revolver
      Revolver 9 June 2013 05: 03
      -1
      Quote: jamalena
      Crush this shitty democratic shushera once and for all!

      Where did you see the Democrats there? They are Islamists. They have less in common with democracy than a channel in common with sewage.
  18. Prishtina
    Prishtina 8 June 2013 10: 19
    +8
    small episode of the assault on Quseir ..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=q9SmLK2pZwg
    1. FC SKIF
      FC SKIF 8 June 2013 10: 28
      +5
      what an expensive pleasure it is - war. During the plot, they burned a tank of solariums, spent a mountain of cartridges, and the men are busy with hard physical labor after the battle and will need a full meal. And this is only "a small Episode of the assault on Quseir .." And if you count all the destruction, lost profits from non-operation of enterprises, injury and death of people ... People, why the heck are you war? It's stupidity, who wants to fight, let him play football, or get muddled in the ring.
      1. antidote
        antidote 8 June 2013 19: 24
        +3
        To whom do these words refer? To the Anglo-Saxons? They already play football and live for their pleasure. and mercenaries are fighting for them
      2. Aljavad
        Aljavad 9 June 2013 01: 37
        +2
        Brother, if on our roads each other wets and shoots. what do you want from "non-childish" situevin? Homo sapiens is a very aggressive creature of God.
      3. cruisetur
        cruisetur 12 June 2013 12: 32
        0
        Sometimes, in order to get rid of CRIMINAL FOOTBALL DEBILIZATION and BEER DEPENDENCE, the warring factor is WAR
    2. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel 8 June 2013 16: 13
      0
      When the armored vehicle surrenders back, is there any warning signal for the infantry or not? The roar during the battle is decent. Who will enlighten?
    3. Aljavad
      Aljavad 9 June 2013 01: 39
      +2
      Respect of Abkhazia and their TV! Very bold and juicy. Well done!
  19. Mujahiddin777
    Mujahiddin777 8 June 2013 10: 23
    +6
    Lenka! God grant you health!!! Take care of yourself! love
  20. Kirgudum
    Kirgudum 8 June 2013 10: 23
    10
    Thank you, interesting article.

    Meanwhile, another gay pride parade took place in Israel:

    "An anniversary gay parade was held in Tel Aviv. Among the participants were Israeli ministers and the US ambassador."

    About a hundred thousand people took part in the gay parade. Yes, for a country with a population of 8 million, 100 thousand fagots is not so little. And after all, this is only 100 thousand in Tel Aviv, how many of them, practical, in other cities?
    By the way, it would be interesting to read the comments about this Professor. Or is he sleeping?
    1. shamil
      shamil 8 June 2013 11: 32
      +4
      the people are preparing for war, then parades of fagots spend G de same
      All the same, the professor with his comments. Us ambassador too?
      1. Vadivak
        Vadivak 8 June 2013 13: 11
        +5
        Quote: shamil
        then they are preparing for war, then parades of fagots are held by Mr. De, all the same, the professor with his comments.


        Guys stop discussing about this abomination. Be generous. I think normal Jews simply do not have words to discuss this muck
        1. Aaron Zawi
          Aaron Zawi 8 June 2013 16: 08
          +3
          Quote: Vadivak
          Quote: shamil
          then they are preparing for war, then parades of fagots are held by Mr. De, all the same, the professor with his comments.

          Guys stop discussing about this abomination. Be generous. I think normal Jews simply do not have words to discuss this muck

          why not? I always said that Northern T / A is an adder. Well, they earned grandmas on this and with them.
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 8 June 2013 20: 49
            +2
            Quote: Aron Zaavi
            Northern T / A Viper


            Aron of health, and what is it - Northern T / A?
        2. antidote
          antidote 8 June 2013 19: 25
          +1
          there, the role of normal men took on long ago the masculine lesbos who went through the army school
  21. cartridge
    cartridge 8 June 2013 11: 19
    12


    The real death of a stupid machine gunner from the SSA gang from a bullet of government troops. Death itself at 3:39
    1. Letterksi
      Letterksi 8 June 2013 12: 01
      +7
      Once jumped out, shot hid, shot out the second time, shot hid. For the fourth time, it is seen from the bullets hitting the wall behind him that they opened fire on him in response and shot the place where he appears. For the fifth time they were waiting for him. The rest of the trash was watching, and holding a camera or weaving
      1. Black Colonel
        Black Colonel 8 June 2013 16: 22
        +5
        Now the korefans will present the video of the mujahid's death as heroic. He would have put a flashing light on his head (as in the film "Kin-dza-dza")
    2. Babon
      Babon 8 June 2013 12: 43
      10
      I liked it, that's who they give weapons to.
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 8 June 2013 22: 03
        +5
        Quote: Babon
        I liked it, that's who they give weapons to.

        Sports clubfoot !!!
    3. fedorovith
      fedorovith 8 June 2013 15: 42
      +5
      Most likely stoned, where did he shoot? He seemed to go out there to get a bullet.
    4. alauda1038
      alauda1038 13 June 2013 08: 35
      0
      strange but for some reason the militants are dressed in European clothes; she’s a neat neat while militants Islamists radicals rejecting everything European
  22. shamil
    shamil 8 June 2013 11: 19
    +3
    It’s also interesting to read what the professor will write
    And the Syrian army of strength and patience. After taking the strategically necessary region + the Kurds will go over to the side of the troops, and there will be no chance for the west
    gut another state
  23. baku1999
    baku1999 8 June 2013 11: 22
    +4
    SYRIA, KEEP WE ARE YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  24. 128mgb
    128mgb 8 June 2013 11: 35
    +1
    And at the 7th minute in the video did the tank catch something, or did it seem to me?
    1. Prishtina
      Prishtina 8 June 2013 13: 34
      +3
      Yes, you are right ... I caught an RPG shot .. But the "shitty" T-72 with "shitty" Contact - exactly .. at the end of the plot I went on the attack lol
      1. 128mgb
        128mgb 8 June 2013 17: 21
        +3
        Here I am about the same thing; he shot there a minute later. So the crew is in full order!
      2. Day 11
        Day 11 8 June 2013 17: 25
        +5
        The grenade didn’t have time to get into the platoon? So they scammed somewhere nearby. The dynamic defense worked well
  25. shamil
    shamil 8 June 2013 11: 39
    +4
    In kind, once again flipped through the comments, where are the forum users with the Israeli flag? Was there a parade until the morning?
    1. Black Colonel
      Black Colonel 8 June 2013 16: 29
      +6
      Duc at the parade, where are they, heartfelt, still be that?
  26. Letterksi
    Letterksi 8 June 2013 11: 42
    12
    The war in Syria is a war for Russia that is not taking place on its territory. This has rarely happened in history. Unfortunately, military clouds are circulating around Russia and are gathering. Therefore, one should not perceive the conflict in Syria lightly, at the level of "hurray" of patriotism. It makes sense to think about the tactics of waging this war and be ready to put them into practice.

    Syrian troops changed tactics at the end of 2012. Previously, they liberated cities, drove out the militants and stayed in them, holding positions. This led to the "spreading" of the army throughout the country. The terrorists, in turn, left such cities, concentrated their forces and attacked neighboring ones.

    At the end of 2012, Syrian troops stopped immediately liberating settlements, and began to wait until a large number of militants entered them. After that, they began to open a corridor and release civilians. Then they proceeded and are beginning to destroy as many militants as possible so that no one leaves. After liberation, the village was no longer held in order to maximize the concentration of troops on the next settlement.

    Such tactics began to bear tangible results.
    1. I think so
      I think so 10 June 2013 02: 17
      +3
      This new tactic doesn’t bring any nihrena ... They, as before, stupidly FORWARD the enemy from the city ... One can’t see a FULLY surrounded and blocked settlement from which NOBODY would leave ... THE EXPLOSION tactics will not lead to anything ... Only FULL blocking of the settlement and FULL extermination of ALL bandits will give a result. First, the morale of the enemy KNOWLEDGE, that if he was surrounded, then kirdyk. Secondly (and most importantly) the extermination of COMMANDERS. Extrusion tactics do not allow the destruction of COMMANDERS. They are the first to dope and continue the war. Third, blocked militants, after several days of weeks of blockade, are less combat-ready and more likely to surrender. Only PERMANENTLY surrounding and DESTROYING ALL surrounded, even in small settlements, can be defeated in such a war. CONSTANTLY surround and REMEMBERLY destroy ...
  27. misham
    misham 8 June 2013 11: 59
    -18 qualifying.
    Another city taken. The militants are defeated and scattered. It is possible that Assad will soon win this conflict. But the problems of Syria will not go anywhere; they will have to be solved anyway. The irremovability of the elites (Assad and his Alawite clan in power), corruption, poverty, youth unemployment (with a fairly high level of education). If you do not change anything, the civil war will erupt with renewed vigor in a year or two. And then already on the side of the militants will be fighting former military personnel (with good combat experience) of the Syrian army.
    All wars ever end. Elites need to negotiate. The example of Chechnya is not entirely correct, but some (the leadership of the Russian Federation) restored de jure territorial integrity, while others gained independence + de facto loot.
    Arabs, whoever defeated the bad allies. They value only gratuitousness (money, weapons, etc.) here and now, tomorrow they will forget the fraternal assistance of the Russian Federation with weapons, ammunition and advisers (as an option, humanitarian aid with "non-lethal" equipment from Western countries). The Chinese are in no hurry to help anyone, because they know that now it is useless
    1. Letterksi
      Letterksi 8 June 2013 12: 21
      23
      Provocateur?

      Victory in war consolidates the population. Massive destruction will create jobs. The West will get a snout. Russia will score international points and keep its people alive, which for the most part will not understand what it was at all and will continue to arrive in the heat of redneck. Also, Russia will strengthen the position of the naval base in Tartus. War through the Caucasus will not come to Russia, or it will come in a very weakened form. Dumb international rabble will greatly decrease

      It is likely that the victory of Syria will stop or weaken the Salafi attack on Central Asia, which is again good for Russia as a whole.

      The West will begin to think about the appropriateness of its further expansion.

      The only thing that is depressing is that most Russians and people like you don’t understand what it was all about and what kind of clouds dispersed on the Russian horizon or at least became not so black
      1. I think so
        I think so 10 June 2013 02: 37
        0
        Dear "LetterKs" I agree with your opinion and just want to add more important things being decided in Syria for Russia.
        If the bandits win, then the gas pipeline from Qatar will inevitably stretch to the geyropu. And this is a severe blow to Russia. Further after Syria, the turn of Iran will come. And after Iran, when ALL of the planet’s oil will be controlled by the United States, they will take SERIOUSLY for Russia. It is enough to lower oil prices to the level of 30-50 dollars per barrel and Russia REALLY will not have anything to FEED people. Now Russia up to 40% (!) Of food purchases abroad by selling its resources.
        Here is such a REAL danger to Russia from defeat in Syria. Russia needs now for FREE and as much as possible to help Assad. All the other varieties will cost her more.
        1. Che
          Che 11 June 2013 21: 08
          0
          Quote: I think so
          It is enough to lower oil prices to the level of 30-50 dollars per barrel and Russia REALLY will not have anything to FEED people. Now Russia up to 40% (!) Of food purchases abroad by selling its resources.


          As long as there is money from oil, we need to develop our industry and agriculture, then to us the hell is not a brother. We will survive all these Western troubles.
    2. Babon
      Babon 8 June 2013 14: 15
      12
      It hurts you to understand Syria, if you don’t remember, last year the parliamentary elections were held in Syria, and all the opposition parties that wanted to participate in the elections got into parliament and their representatives are in the government. If you do not know, then the presidential election in Syria is scheduled for 2014, it has long been known. Let them go and vote, who's stopping? There has never been democracy there and they simply do not understand what it is. If a person voted for another who scored fewer votes and the wrong person took office, they don’t understand why, they just don’t know what democracy is. And the crowd of bandits who runs around with guns and thinks that if Assad leaves and they immediately begin to live better, then they are very deeply mistaken. These people are engaged in banditry.
  28. T-73
    T-73 8 June 2013 12: 01
    11
    And meanwhile, Putin again threw the smut to Israel. If ours really stand in the Gollan - it's like a bone in the throat. And it’s hard to remove, and you can’t put up. Nitanyahu now has a brain (which is ridiculous, well, there’s some kind of one) boils - where is the ambush? The presence of the consent of Israel (except for the consent of Syria - and it will be an automatic machine) as a condition for the arrival of our peacekeepers makes another hut to the rescuers. Any decision is disadvantageous to them. Russia cannot be allowed in, but the Gollans will also be a passage yard without restraining forces. And the fact that ours will not allow themselves to be killed for a good life and it’s clear under the snot of the UN is not set for that. Throw any rabble lyuli, and increase the contingent. Well, the mattresses are moving now - everything is not going as they plan. Now their (with circumcision) move.
    1. poquello
      poquello 8 June 2013 19: 36
      +1
      “If our people really stand on the Gollans, it's like a bone in the throat. - and it will be automatic) as a condition for the arrival of our peacekeepers makes another shalaban to the circumcised "

      And why do you think, dear with the brain steeper than Nitanyahu that our landing Israel is a bone in the throat? If Israel distanced himself from the conflict, this is beneficial. Less likely to be accidentally drawn in.
      1. T-73
        T-73 8 June 2013 21: 44
        +5
        I do not pretend to the greatness of my brain, but my problems and goals are only mine, and not the whole nation. And convince me that Israel has distanced itself from what is happening in Syria, I will be grateful. Although perhaps you had in mind the airstrikes on Syria by the Israeli Air Force from a long distance without entering Syrian airspace. Then yes - distanced)))
        PS And in order not to be accidentally drawn in, you just need to stop accidentally licking the ass (sorry for the syllable) of the mattresses, but due to financial reasons, the case has long been put into practice
    2. Che
      Che 11 June 2013 21: 14
      0
      Quote: T-73
      T-73

      And for me, if ours get up there, then Israel will have obvious benefits for Syria. Everyone is sure that there will be no attack from this side. Bandukam kranta, this is obvious. So it’s wonderful. Amer’s weapons will again not reach the cannibals.
  29. morpogr
    morpogr 8 June 2013 12: 25
    +1
    Yes, it’s interesting that they will sing in Israel when it’s real if ours get up there and do not allow them to spoil further in Syria.
  30. darksoul
    darksoul 8 June 2013 12: 48
    +7
    Yes, the question about our peacekeepers is being considered now, in fact a very good solution ... the main thing is that our guys should not be put there and told to behave correctly (the main thing is that our blood does not spill), they need to be given the appropriate authority and serious support could be given .... so that both the opposition soldier and the Jew could get out, and not be told in English where to stand and where to go
  31. T-73
    T-73 8 June 2013 13: 27
    +6
    I think a lesson in Abkhazia can cool many hot guys, xs how now these Russians can behave themselves, well, a couple of strong-willed decisions by the leadership of peacekeepers can put many in their place, just saying A said B. I just want to believe it, but it's stupid to get involved in all the showdowns is by no means impossible. Just stand and watch. Through the scope
  32. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 8 June 2013 13: 31
    +1
    Quote: darksoul
    Yes, the question about our peacekeepers is being considered now, in fact a very good solution ... the main thing is that our guys should not be put there and told to behave correctly (the main thing is that our blood does not spill), they need to be given the appropriate authority and serious support could be given .... so that both the opposition soldier and the Jew could get out, and not be told in English where to stand and where to go

    No need to provoke .. we have shed so much blood for our boys. (Eternal memory to them ..) .. there are many levers of influence .. on this situation .. without blood .. let the GRU work ..
  33. T-73
    T-73 8 June 2013 13: 50
    +4
    Not the boys will stand on the Gollan, definitely, but by the way. And the Foreign Ministry should work (and thank God it works fine). We would have another 2-3 dozen such men as Lavrov. And what can the GRU do in public? Watering the militants? And this is not their job: there is an army. And what provokes darksoul? Rather, your post causes misunderstanding. IMHO
  34. horoh
    horoh 8 June 2013 14: 01
    +3
    Good article, well done, success in the further liberation of Syria from rot and Wahhabi infection !!!!! Keep it up!!!!
  35. Vladomir
    Vladomir 8 June 2013 14: 18
    +5
    Putin, Lavrov, Fradkov, Shoigu ... deserve the highest praise in defending Russia's interests in this difficult region of the world. The successes of Assad's Syrian troops stem from Russia's firm position on preventing the Anglo-Saxon "democrats" with their armed "democratizers" from entering Syria. The Libyan option did not work out at this stage.
  36. Geisenberg
    Geisenberg 8 June 2013 14: 25
    -2
    Lena, without the comments of the Lord of Sith, there is nothing special to read, but plus for the effort.
  37. Gooch
    Gooch 8 June 2013 14: 37
    -1
    El Quseir seems to be right, why is Al Qseir?
  38. Zeus
    Zeus 8 June 2013 14: 44
    +2
    I think Syria has a very good future.
  39. Matt eversmann
    Matt eversmann 8 June 2013 14: 57
    +1
    The liberation of Al-Kseir is a key episode of the protracted civil war in Syria. Judging by the latest reports, the Syrian army is rapidly developing success, which gives hope for a speedy end to the war and the final victory of the Syrian people, led by Bashar al-Assad. Glory to the Armed Forces of the Syrian Arab Republic!
    1. Che
      Che 11 June 2013 21: 19
      0
      Quote: Matt Eversmann
      Matt eversmann

      If I am not mistaken, Alleppo has already been freed from rats.
  40. Black
    Black 8 June 2013 15: 47
    +4
    Our landing will not be allowed into the Golan Heights, it is as clear as day. But politically, this Kremlin initiative is very accurate and how the litmus paper will reveal Israel’s true fears and goals. let's see how the enemy diplomacy will now spin.
  41. Rusik.S
    Rusik.S 8 June 2013 15: 50
    +1
    It seems like the UN has refused Russian peacekeepers in the Gollan ... or am I confusing something? And the Syrians are great!
  42. KENTAVROS
    KENTAVROS 8 June 2013 15: 56
    +2
    SYRIA, KEEP WE ARE WITH YOU!
  43. Katsin
    Katsin 8 June 2013 16: 12
    -4
    Quote: Kirgudum
    Thank you, interesting article.

    Meanwhile, another gay pride parade took place in Israel:

    "An anniversary gay parade was held in Tel Aviv. Among the participants were Israeli ministers and the US ambassador."

    About a hundred thousand people took part in the gay parade. Yes, for a country with a population of 8 million, 100 thousand fagots is not so little. And after all, this is only 100 thousand in Tel Aviv, how many of them, practical, in other cities?
    By the way, it would be interesting to read the comments about this Professor. Or is he sleeping?


    I will replace him: not all 100 thousand participants are buggers. There are still a lot of sympathizers, but normal, and even more onlookers
    1. Babon
      Babon 8 June 2013 17: 51
      +4
      Can i ask you? And who will sympathize with?
    2. Che
      Che 11 June 2013 21: 21
      0
      Interestingly and in Tsahal fagots serve?
  44. Katsin
    Katsin 8 June 2013 16: 15
    +2
    I still haven’t made up an opinion, who is the opposition or the current regime better for us (Israel)? I would like to know the opinion of members of the forum
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 June 2013 16: 21
      +5
      And what does your Foreign Ministry tell you in this regard? How does it state what arguments does it bring? And what does your press write? How old are you?
    2. Babon
      Babon 8 June 2013 17: 52
      0
      It seems that Netanyahu is considered more aggressive, but somehow I don’t particularly see the difference. It is more visible to you there.
    3. Aljavad
      Aljavad 9 June 2013 01: 45
      +2
      radical Islam or secular ruler with a European education. The old enemy in the Golan (hostile - but still the Order) or the Sunni caliphate around the perimeter (controlled (?) By someone Chaos). Think about it.
      1. Babon
        Babon 9 June 2013 02: 12
        0
        Wait, he asked about Israel, there are also radicals, moderate there, that was the question.
      2. Pimply
        Pimply 9 June 2013 05: 22
        -2
        You know, if order is sponsoring radical Hezbollah and Hamas, then what is the difference;)
    4. Che
      Che 12 June 2013 13: 42
      0
      Assad is naturally better, he is making political changes for the sake of the people, and the opposition is definitely shitty. With them, instability threatens the entire BV.
  45. Katsin
    Katsin 8 June 2013 16: 42
    -2
    Our Foreign Ministry says that we are not interfering in the civil war in Syria, our only interest is that the chemical and strategic weapons do not fall into the hands of terrorists. It seems to me personally that for us, the Assad regime is better, weakened and discredited. But not the fact that my opinion is correct
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 June 2013 16: 58
      10
      And my opinion is this: it is most beneficial for you that all Arabs (and not only them) wet each other all the time, you just need to throw "firewood" on one side or the other, yell into all the media about the crimes of one side or the other, and most importantly push them harder against each other. And so until they interrupt each other. And YOU will remain the only force in the Middle East! Am I wrong? In principle, everything is logical on your part
    2. poquello
      poquello 8 June 2013 20: 07
      +5
      "Personally, it seems to me that the Assad regime, weakened and discredited, is better for us."

      Not weakened, because Syria has consolidated in the fight against an external enemy, this is not a civil war. Not discredited, for the puppeteers of this "revolution" have blood on their hands.
      1. Babon
        Babon 8 June 2013 20: 11
        +4
        He meant that now Assad will be very busy restoring the country and everything, all the same, a lot of equipment will need to be repaired, in general, obviously he will not be up to Israel. I understand him.
    3. Chavy
      Chavy 9 June 2013 05: 35
      +1
      Your MFA is lying. Israel benefits from stability in the region, and this stability was under Assad, but unfortunately the current government of Israel does not serve the interests of the country, they are forced to lie to the Israelis that they allegedly do not interfere in the conflict. But in fact, the Israelis supervise these very militants, there are "Mistaarawim" detachments disguised as militants by Israelis and all with fake Arab passports. They are being treated in Israeli hospitals.
  46. Katsin
    Katsin 8 June 2013 20: 21
    +1
    Quote: Den 11
    And my opinion is this: it is most beneficial for you that all Arabs (and not only them) wet each other all the time, you just need to throw "firewood" on one side or the other, yell into all the media about the crimes of one side or the other, and most importantly push them harder against each other. And so until they interrupt each other. And YOU will remain the only force in the Middle East! Am I wrong? In principle, everything is logical on your part



    A very encouraging fact is that the Sunnis and Shiites hate each other more than they hate Israel ... As US Secretary of State George Shultz said in the 80s: “The saddest thing about the Iran-Iraq war is that it will will end "
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 June 2013 20: 27
      +3
      Are you aware of the moment that it’s not Shiite Sunnis fighting there? Are you aware that half of the Sunnis are in Assad’s army? He REALLY fights with all sorts of trash from around the world! This (so far) is not an inter-religious war although some are trying to make it so !!!
      1. Katsin
        Katsin 9 June 2013 00: 33
        +2
        The backbone of the Syrian army is made up of Alawites, Druze and Christians. Learn materiel, Dear ...
        1. Day 11
          Day 11 9 June 2013 00: 44
          +5
          Man, would you at least look at the alignment of forces! How many Alavites, Christians and Druze are there? Could they all together (18%) be able to fight the others? If you don’t know, there’s no reason to discuss and get into this topic-50 % Bashar’s Army --- SUNNITS! I say it again! -There is not an inter-religious war --- people are fighting for their hearth, family, children and that measured and calm life! Understand the issue, and then discuss!
          1. Pimply
            Pimply 9 June 2013 05: 20
            -1
            They are not 18%. They are about 35-40. If you are not in the know. Alawites, Shiites, Christians, Druze. Kurds yet.
        2. Aljavad
          Aljavad 9 June 2013 01: 49
          +2
          in such battles the Nations are born.
        3. Chavy
          Chavy 9 June 2013 05: 38
          +4
          This is a favorite feature of the Israelis - divide and conquer. There everyone is fighting in the same trench for the sovereignty of Syria. Teach katsin materiel.
      2. Pimply
        Pimply 9 June 2013 05: 17
        0
        Do not read Soviet newspapers at breakfast
    2. Babon
      Babon 8 June 2013 23: 19
      0
      Here you have a discrepancy, the majority of the Iraqi Shiite population, well, somehow it does not go well. And now, in Syria, how many Alawites are there? Yes, Assad would not even listen to anyone, if we take according to faiths.
  47. honest jew
    honest jew 8 June 2013 20: 32
    +2
    Ati-bats! Soldiers walked, They left for the war, They left, they said: “We will not give Syria to the enemy! Go away, damned! We will fight back you!
    1. Day 11
      Day 11 8 June 2013 20: 35
      +1
      Not original, we read all mail.ru
  48. George
    George 9 June 2013 00: 52
    +2
    Congratulations to the Syrian people on another victory.
    Thanks for the article and the photo collection,
    you there Elena carefully cut through the tanks.
  49. poquello
    poquello 9 June 2013 00: 55
    +4
    This news made me cry. "If they don’t throw weapons at the zaslanets, they don’t go to Geneva."
  50. Aljavad
    Aljavad 9 June 2013 00: 57
    +3
    Oh god keep our peacemaker guys !!! Yes, not a Drogent, neither a hand nor a heart!
    In good time, defend the homeland at distant frontiers !!