The armed forces of Syria are offensive, the main purpose of which is to take control of the border with Turkey

The YouTube channel, registered as the “13 Division” (or the “13 Group”), has featured videos that show how the “Free Syrian Army” looks like, which, it seems, is going to confront the militants of the “Islamic State”. The “13 group” itself belongs to the same SSA and tells how it attacks the units of the Syrian government army. Here are some videos showing rocket attacks on tanks Syrian Armed Forces:








As can be seen from the cadres, the “guys” are so “moderate” that the “moderation” of them is rushing, and they, of course, are “ready” to sit at the negotiating table to discuss ways to resolve the conflict in Syria ...

Meanwhile, the military correspondent of the All-Russian State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company Yevgeny Poddubny, who is on a business trip to Syria, tweets on the continuation of a large-scale offensive operation by Syrian government forces.

The 4 Assault Corps of the Syrian armed forces are involved in offensive operations. According to Yevgeny Poddubny, the terrorists are trying to hold a section of the border with Turkey, through which the militants are supplied. It is on this site that the terrorists regroup. From the report of Eugene (material "Vesti"), where is the statement of the head of the Syrian General Staff of the Syrian Armed Forces, General Ayub:

The attacks of the Russian Air Force undermined the combat capabilities of the international terrorist group ISIL and other terrorist groups. For several years, the armed forces of the Syrian Arab Republic have retained the initiative, formed human resources. One of the most important shock formations was the 4 th assault corps. Today, the armed forces of the Syrian Arab Republic launched a large-scale offensive with the aim of exterminating the terrorists and liberating areas and localities that suffered from terror and crime.


One of the objectives of the offensive operation of the Syrian army is to take control of the entire border with Turkey, which will not allow the militants to receive supplies and regroup their forces.

Is it because of such menacing statements that Ankara spread, threatening Russia with a break of gas contracts? It turns out that the modern Turkish authorities do not know that Russia is not going to bargain with anyone in the fight against international terrorism!
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  1. Kenji 8 October 2015 18: 44 New
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    Good luck to the military in the offensive, I hope to put as many obscurantists as possible.
    1. ejov1976 8 October 2015 18: 56 New
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      America's unexpected answer lol
  2. kote119 8 October 2015 18: 45 New
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    Comrade Erdogan doesn’t jerk childishly, Russia is threatened with short friendships, let’s say “moderate” in Turkey are participating in the elections. As they say - we are responsible for those whom we tamed.
  3. venaya 8 October 2015 18: 46 New
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    One of the goals of the offensive operation of the Syrian army is to take control of the entire border with Turkey, which will not allow militants to get supplies and regroup

    This is the main task, if it will be difficult for the Turks to legally support any militants. Think so.
    1. Rader 8 October 2015 19: 07 New
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      Quote: venaya
      One of the goals of the offensive operation of the Syrian army is to take control of the entire border with Turkey, which will not allow militants to get supplies and regroup

      This is the main task, if it will be difficult for the Turks to legally support any militants. Think so.

      Perhaps still physicallybut not legally? hi
      In general, border control is a key task today. Asad lost control of the border, the situation began to slide into the abyss ... So we need to wish good luck to the Syrians in their difficult task, the liberation of their country good
      1. venaya 8 October 2015 19: 34 New
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        Quote: Rader
        ... perhaps still physicallybut not legally? hi
        ... Asad lost control of the border, the situation began to slide into the abyss ... So I need to wish the Syrians good luck in their difficult task, the liberation of their country good

        You see, physically, you can maintain the border between militants and government troops. In this case, the Turks can play the foolishly and support the militants with all their might. As soon as the border troops enter, the Turks already have problems, because here the legal difficulties of the Turkish side itself arise. Namely, support, in this case, will be worn by the jur. a form of intervention, with all the ensuing consequences.
  4. kil 31 8 October 2015 18: 46 New
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    The armed forces of Syria are offensive, the main purpose of which is to take control of the border with Turkey It was even clear to me that the sofa strategist needed to be cut off from the Turkish border. Our strategists are sitting there, and they are far from fools.
    1. alone 8 October 2015 18: 48 New
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      Quote: Kil 31
      Syrian Armed Forces are conducting an offensive, the main purpose of which is to take control of the border with Turkey. It was clear even to me as a couch strategist, I had to cut it off from the Turkish border. Our strategists are sitting there, and they are far from fools.


      There is not only the Turkish border; there is the Jordanian, Iraqi border, which plays no less role in supplying the militant units. Fights for control will be fierce and bloody.
      1. Rader 8 October 2015 19: 13 New
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        There is not only the Turkish border; there is the Jordanian, Iraqi border, which plays no less role in supplying the militant units.
        . This is so, but where do you need to start? Yes, and the Turks have recently made a mess: the Kurds ’bay, be healthy, and the Kurds are one of the strongest forces in Syria, which is invigorated with Islamism.
        Fights for control will be fierce and bloody.

        And here, alas, I agree completely ...
      2. avt
        avt 8 October 2015 21: 14 New
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        Quote: lonely
        .There is the Jordanian, Iraqi border, which plays no less a role in supplying militant units.

        no The Turkish site is the most problematic. I did not hear about the Jordanians, but the Turks entered the impudent at the beginning in the territory of Surya with their REGULAR divisions and the first gangs came from there - this is what the Syrians say. Once again, if the Asadites are fighting with the Adzhalan Kurds and throwing weapons at them, then the fun will go! Enemy of Sokil Bosphorus with ski and gramophone needles for traditional dances will be provided - he will sign any papers on gas and pay money to Millerlaughing , I’m not saying for Raqqa - the Kurds will tear this igil to sash for their harem pants. They already issued numbers there with the defense and liberation of their cities, and this was due to a shortage of weapons and under Turkish and American bombing.
    2. g1v2 8 October 2015 20: 26 New
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      There is no cutting yet. The border with Turkey is a deep rear and the Turks will help the Babahs in every way to preserve it. While there is a direct offensive on the northern front with cutting off the ledge at Al-Latamina. In principle, there should be the most combat-ready parts of the Islamic front and the Nusra. If you break them, then it will be a little easier, and our flyers will not allow them to throw reinforcements. IF OUR AIRCRAFT WILL BE EXPRESSLY EXPLOITED, EACH POPULAR ITEM HAVE TO BEAT THE SAA STORM ONLY. Thus, without communication between cities and reinforcements to the front, the broads will have problems with BC. Any war is mainly logistics, and it is precisely our aviation that violates them. I would also try to organize a breakthrough from Aleppo to the Noble enclave and would cut off a part of the Islamic front north of Aleppo. Then they will have to grapple with an igil near the Turkish border on an adult - they are unlikely to regret them. In the meantime, ig and if are fighting - you can cut the territory controlled by nusra and if near the idlib. In general, I think that the women will stay a few more days north of the lout, and then the BC will end and start first in places, and then roll back everywhere to the idlib and the Turkish border. In general, saa - good luck.
  5. Sterlya 8 October 2015 18: 47 New
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    Here bl ... Turks still complain that our plane accidentally flew to them. Vile hypocrites.
    We must take control of the border with the Turks, then let them try to fly their planes
  6. demoniac1666 8 October 2015 18: 49 New
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    Moderation and rushing from the guys))) It would be interesting to paint the flag of moderate and show the European audience, and then say that it’s moderate and look at their reaction))) hi
  7. Nymp 8 October 2015 18: 49 New
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    The so-called "moderate" is the same igil side view. They must be beaten like ordinary terrorists, and if the West stands up for them, accused of complicity in terrorism and banned persons in Russia.
  8. roskot 8 October 2015 18: 49 New
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    One of the goals of the offensive operation of the Syrian army is to take control of the entire border with Turkey,

    ISIS is taken by the throat. Without recharge from the Turks they will not last long. Ours know what they are doing.
    1. Lelek 8 October 2015 19: 56 New
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      Quote: roskot
      ISIS is taken by the throat. Without recharge from the Turks they will not last long. Ours know what they are doing.


      Turks care more about themselves. With border closure, free oil will end at a price of $ 15-20 per barrel, and this will hit a budget that is already not rich (since there is only a tourist industry left), and besides, the basis for bargaining with Russia on the price of gas and its transit disappears. WU a la.
      I found a clear map of Syria on 8.10.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX: (click.)
  9. ejov1976 8 October 2015 18: 50 New
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    The strong are always drawn to the weak.
  10. Stinger 8 October 2015 18: 51 New
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    Is it because Ankara spread such formidable statements, threatening Russia with the severance of gas contracts?

    Of course, because. And the Americans announced that they would put the ammunition and weapons "moderate." Is it because our pilots destroyed both the warehouses and supply bases, which were carefully created by the states under the sweet talk about the fight against terrorists.
    1. Tatarus 8 October 2015 23: 10 New
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      Quote: Stinger
      that they’ll put the ammunition and weapons "moderate."


      How will they do it. On the earth for a long time, in the air we.
  11. AlexTires 8 October 2015 18: 53 New
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    God bless you guys! Or with Allah, in this case ....
  12. win
    win 8 October 2015 18: 54 New
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    Abyssally to the Turks, of course. They didn’t live, they were friends with ISIS, they bombed the Kurds, and speculated in oil. And then suddenly here you are: the rooks have arrived ...
    1. 341712 8 October 2015 19: 32 New
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      Something like this....
      1. Platonich 9 October 2015 05: 25 New
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        Where are our Rooks?
  13. Hammer 8 October 2015 18: 54 New
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    Well, let's experts, whose is it, and ??? I'm not strong in them !!!
  14. asar 8 October 2015 18: 56 New
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    there is no difference, moderate or radical, as there is no difference - ssa or ig!
    VKS of the Russian Federation and the army of the SAR do not make differences! "Watering" without differences!
  15. Strezhevchanin 8 October 2015 18: 56 New
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    Turks understand just what awaits them? Or do they, too, believe the tales of shoe polish that after Assad everything will be drowned by nishtyaks?
  16. Imperial 8 October 2015 19: 00 New
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    I don’t know, I’m just crying quietly, God forgive me for unbelief, but at 90 I gave up, I thought that everything died! My service, end 80, beginning 90, in my head .. hopelessness and disbelief, in general ... I don’t know, I don’t have enough words. Yes, and I'm happy now, very happy (from what I see), please forgive me for the confusion.
    1. asar 8 October 2015 19: 25 New
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      Pavel! Everything will be fine!
      There was hopelessness, but we did not have time for disbelief and so on, in the late 80s and early 90s, all the outskirts were on fire! There is a "conclusion", Ferghana, Tajikistan ... But you never know ...!
      And now I am happy with you! Well, for Strong Russia! Vivat! drinks
      1. Imperial 8 October 2015 19: 28 New
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        Thanks, Vivat! drinks
      2. SPACE 8 October 2015 21: 09 New
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        Quote: Imperial
        I don’t know, I just cry quietly, God forgive me for unbelief, but in 90 I gave up, I thought that everything died!

        Quote: asar
        And now I am happy with you! Well, for Strong Russia! Vivat!

        It is good to rejoice and believe when there is a sign, when someone will illuminate the path and indicate how unexpectedly obvious will become a revelation for the lost, how quickly at such moments everyone becomes patriots and remembers greatness. But the sun will not shine forever and something tells you that tomorrow when the clouds run up, many will forget their odes and, as before, in the heat of new emotions will throw stones over and over again. Victory is said to have many fathers, and defeat is always an orphan. a thousand years the same thing ...
  17. exalex2 8 October 2015 19: 00 New
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    The Turks obviously will not like it .. They immediately screamed about Gas .. But we are already there, and we do not care. How we decide it will be so. There is a reason for worries .. ..Do not have time to get directions from the State Department in time. Because of the ocean, "patriots" can’t get it, but we can .. Like anyone and anywhere. Though from Lake Balkhash ..
  18. Alexander 3 8 October 2015 19: 00 New
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    I had a better opinion of Erdogan. What in Turkey will gas be produced by shouts (who doesn’t fart)?
  19. Urri 8 October 2015 19: 01 New
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    Russian intervention in Syria may confront Obama with a choice: act or surrender ("The Washington Post", USA)
    Karen DeYoung

    A bunch of words in the article. To no avail. For the word INTERVENTION in the title. It turns out that they don’t even know the meaning of this word!

    For myself personally, based on the results of recent events in Syria, I made an unambiguous conclusion - the Americans really have no combat forces other than INFORMATION. And Putin understood that.
    1. Sterlya 8 October 2015 19: 21 New
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      Quote: Urri
      For myself personally, based on the results of recent events in Syria, I made an unambiguous conclusion - the Americans really have no combat forces other than INFORMATION. And Putin understood that.

      why? there are still sanctions laughing
    2. Michael_59 8 October 2015 20: 19 New
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      Quote: Urri
      For the word INTERVENTION in the title. It turns out that they don’t even know the meaning of this word!


      They know. And everyone knows. This is a cheap trick for psychotronic war - to make Russia an aggressor. But for the liquid brains of the "world community" - even such tricks - work.
  20. Mountain shooter 8 October 2015 19: 10 New
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    Erdogan played too much. Syrians will take control of the border. This is for them a matter of life and death. They won’t take it - they are worthless on a market day. But the Turks will lose a lot, and get a splinter in the liver for a long time. Kurds will not forgive them for betrayal.
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    SAA 8 October 2015 19: 10 New
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    As soon as the border is closed, cheap oil at 20 dollars will immediately end. Prices will go up, the budget will fill up, the dollar will drop. Good.
  22. Smoke 8 October 2015 19: 17 New
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    the tank was knocked out, it’s been knocked out, but the rear bmp didn’t panic, as did the infantry, judging by the video, all Assad soldiers continue to carry out their task. The massacre is certainly notable and there will still be roofing felts, but Assad will definitely win with such unflappable soldiers!
  23. GSH-18 8 October 2015 19: 19 New
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    It turns out that the modern authorities of Turkey are not aware that Russia is not going to bargain with anyone in the fight against international terrorism!

    Correctly. Here bargaining is inappropriate! IGO must be eliminated no matter what.
  24. TsUS-Air Force 8 October 2015 19: 19 New
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    guys working as military instructor at school please explain to the dumb head why Syria for us is not like an Afghan? the only thing likely is that we didn’t enter the ground forces there? and as a matter of fact, if we abandon Assad as a nadzhibule in 89, then Assad will be eaten by NATO troops just like they hung a Najibul. I do not ask for minuses and pluses, but I ask you to explain simply
    1. Smoke 8 October 2015 19: 49 New
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      Quote: NOC-VVS
      guys working as military instructor at school please explain to the dumb head why Syria for us is not like an Afghan? the only thing likely is that we didn’t enter the ground forces there? and as a matter of fact, if we abandon Assad as a nadzhibule in 89, then Assad will be eaten by NATO troops just like they hung a Najibul. I do not ask for minuses and pluses, but I ask you to explain simply


      in Afghanistan, the USSR imposed its ideology, often breaking the centuries-old way of life and contrary to the traditions of Afghan society, in Syria, Russia does not impose anything like this, we were asked for military assistance and our leadership decided that it was in our interests to provide such assistance. Pure rationalism, only business and nothing personal.
      At the current moment of its development, it is vital for Russia to prevent a gas pipe from the Persian Gulf through Turkey to Europe. It is very important for Russia to remain a monopolist in this area and keep Europe on a gas leash .... anyway for now ... it just so happened that all theoretical gas pipelines, at least from the Persian Gulf, at least from the Azerbaijan coast of the Caspian, will somehow pass through Syria - This is the crossroads of all routes, so those who drive in Syria will influence Europe.
    2. ism_ek 8 October 2015 21: 02 New
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      The war in Afghanistan did not end in defeat. After the withdrawal of our troops, the Najibura regime was much more stable than the current Afghan government and fell because the young Russian Federation refused to SELL (not give away for free) oil and weapons to it.
      1. ism_ek 8 October 2015 21: 17 New
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        Shortly after the August events in the USSR in 1991, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the RSFSR Andrei Kozyrev stated: "Everything in Afghanistan is ready for a settlement - only Soviet support of the" extremists "led by Najibullah prevents it." On November 15 of the same year, USSR Foreign Minister Boris Pankin formally agreed to stop military supplies to the Kabul regime.
        Since January 1, 1992, Russia has ceased supplies of all weapons and ammunition to government forces, and since that time, the situation in Afghanistan has begun to deteriorate markedly. An acute shortage of fuel and food began to be felt in the country, and the opposition against this background intensified its agitation and subversive activities, drawing military servicemen to their side.
        Najibullah lost control of the domestic political situation immediately after he announced his readiness to resign on March 18, 1992, to make way for a neutral interim government. The President, along with his brother Shapur Ahmadzai, the head of his office of Tukha and the head of the personal guard, Jafsar, took refuge in a UN mission in Kabul. On April 28, Mujahideen detachments led by A. Sh. Masoud entered Kabul without a fight, overthrowing the regime of the PDPA party that ruled the country for 14 years.
        1. Denis DV 9 October 2015 04: 10 New
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          In Afghanistan, Amina added the external management, and in Syria the leadership was preserved, which secured the support of the majority of the population of the ATS. But in general, giving the Afghan campaign for defeat is not worth it, this is the work of Western propaganda, very much they want the USSR to have its own Vietnam, and not come out. hi
  25. polkovnik manuch 8 October 2015 19: 24 New
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    Well, give Kadyrov the opportunity to send his battalion to Syria, and it will be clear there, I know that the ISIS will not be good, maybe the Kurds will gain wide autonomy, Turkey and NATO will become more accommodating.
    1. alone 8 October 2015 20: 04 New
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      Quote: polkovnik manuch
      Well, give Kadyrov the opportunity to send his battalion to Syria

      But what can one battalion do there? Sometimes at least think what you are saying. The whole army cannot do anything for 4 years. And the army is not the Swiss Guard of the Vatican. There were more than 4 tanks alone, not counting the BBM and the powerful air group.
  26. Chisxnumxdiman 8 October 2015 19: 27 New
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    The sheep bleat, what else can I say, I hope they get well.
  27. GSH-18 8 October 2015 19: 27 New
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    Quote: lonely
    It will be a bloody massacre. Everyone understands what border control means.

    Bloody but not long. The Turks will not fight themselves. And the cockroaches will scatter.
  28. Maxom75 8 October 2015 19: 30 New
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    It’s not enough to take the whole border, we must also keep it. You need equipment and mine it throughout its length so that there are no breakthroughs. Syria will have to equip the border as we did in the USSR. The courtyard will no longer ride.
  29. Anatole 8 October 2015 19: 30 New
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    For so many years to sit on the defensive and immediately develop offensive. The idea is, of course, strategic, but on the move you can fly into the "boiler". Even under the full protégé of the Ameritsi, our neighbors stumbled into the Illovaysk and others like them, trying to take control of the border.
    Good luck to the Syrians and skilled strategists.
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    2. 31rus 8 October 2015 22: 29 New
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      You are wrong, it is after the destruction by the Russian aviation of the supporting, command and other important goals that it is necessary to launch an offensive, not to recover ISIS and the USA, to prevent the development of countermeasures, and this will and will already be the flights of aviation controlled and transferred to the militants, by the way this one of the reasons for the strike from the Caspian of the Kyrgyz Republic, while the militants are disorganized, an offensive is just necessary, it’s generally strategically correct to strike in Iraq or at least to intensively bombard important targets
    3. 31rus 8 October 2015 22: 29 New
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      You are wrong, it is after the destruction by the Russian aviation of the supporting, command and other important goals that it is necessary to launch an offensive, not to recover ISIS and the USA, to prevent the development of countermeasures, and this will and will already be the flights of aviation controlled and transferred to the militants, by the way this one of the reasons for the strike from the Caspian of the Kyrgyz Republic, while the militants are disorganized, an offensive is just necessary, it’s generally strategically correct to strike in Iraq or at least to intensively bombard important targets
  30. Lelek 8 October 2015 19: 44 New
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    (As you can see from the shots, the "guys" are so "moderate" that the moderation of them is still rushing, and they, of course, are "ready" to sit at the negotiating table to discuss ways to resolve the conflict in Syria)

    The Yankees recently gundel that Russia bombed the opposition, but already 7.10.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX Gundezh began to decline. So our act correctly, keep it up. But the pictures of this same Mais el-Cridi did not find anywhere - a phantom of some kind (hackmasters turn around).
    (cry.)
    1. Manul 8 October 2015 20: 27 New
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      But the pictures of this same Mais el Cridi did not find anywhere - some kind of phantom

      Her photos were posted on some similar subject line. Unfortunately, there’s no time to look.
  31. Abakan 8 October 2015 19: 47 New
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    I’m honestly enraged already by children sick with "alla in the bar" fool
  32. Jurassic 8 October 2015 20: 03 New
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    Who will explain to me. Why can't Turkey openly accuse Turkey of supporting terrorists?
    Let them make excuses.
    1. Michael_59 8 October 2015 20: 23 New
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      Quote: Jurassic
      Why it is impossible to openly blame the UN


      Because gladiolus 8)))

    2. Seneca 9 October 2015 02: 05 New
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      These are not terrorists; they are militias and volunteers, former peasants and oil workers. And they can be supported as miners.)
  33. Aleksey_K 8 October 2015 20: 23 New
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    Quote: NOC-VVS
    guys working as military instructor at school please explain to the dumb head why Syria for us is not like an Afghan? the only thing likely is that we didn’t enter the ground forces there? and as a matter of fact, if we abandon Assad as a nadzhibule in 89, then Assad will be eaten by NATO troops just like they hung a Najibul. I do not ask for minuses and pluses, but I ask you to explain simply

    I myself will write for a long time and this will be just my opinion. But if you read the article at the following link, maybe something will become clear to you. http://globalconflict.ru/analytics/106990-siriya-ne-stanet-dlya-rossii-vtorym-af
    ganistanom
    Although I believe that the article does not reflect some aspects of the Afghan period of our history.
  34. valek97 8 October 2015 20: 32 New
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    Well done guys! Let them grind this hydra!
  35. TsUS-Air Force 8 October 2015 20: 34 New
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    thanks guys for clarifying the situation
  36. Lexeus 8 October 2015 20: 54 New
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    Why are they so yelling constantly crying ? Dibiloids ..............
  37. sisa29 8 October 2015 20: 59 New
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    Maybe it’s almost a topic, but in Russia they don’t say that: in schools in Jerusalem today, strikes because of the guards cost up to 13 and classes end later. Arabs meet children and spit and throw at their stones. Also today there are 30 terrorist attacks Palestinians rush with screwdrivers. In this regard, Netanyahu is now making a statement to the special press conference.
    Information from the local TV channel 9
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  39. Not served 8 October 2015 21: 09 New
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    Quote: Lelek
    Quote: roskot
    ISIS is taken by the throat. Without recharge from the Turks they will not last long. Ours know what they are doing.


    Turks care more about themselves. With border closure, free oil will end at a price of $ 15-20 per barrel, and this will hit a budget that is already not rich (since there is only a tourist industry left), and besides, the basis for bargaining with Russia on the price of gas and its transit disappears. WU a la.
    I found a clear map of Syria on 8.10.2015/XNUMX/XNUMX: (click.)


    Do not think so primitively about Turkey. The tourism industry in their GDP is 4 or 5 line. They have a car industry above the tourist industry is.
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      10,6
      (share,%)
      in 2015 WE Primitively DO NOT THINK BUT 10% IT IN AFRICA THAT IN TURKEY 10%
  40. Erg
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    This is what is happening in the world ... Blood rivers ... No - the only effective way to stop this orgy is to shoot the "bilderbers"
  41. VoronoNoK 8 October 2015 21: 47 New
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    Not the topic, but ... Al-Jazeera just reported that 4 out of 26 KR exploded in Iran?
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      1. VoronoNoK 8 October 2015 23: 02 New
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        Eyes would you poke ... only pa.dal is not my profile. Sincerely.
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  43. 31rus 8 October 2015 22: 16 New
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    They only gave a breakdown according to intelligence data, ISIS has already gathered in mountain China, mujahideen troops are subordinated and outbid in Afghanistan, there is also a transfer to Libya, the infection is spreading, although victory is still very far away
    1. Mikhail Krapivin 8 October 2015 23: 39 New
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      Let them move to Israel, who really doesn’t feel sorry for.
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    That's when it is necessary to check the terminators, the Uralvagon igotovi atoms are not tested in a combat situation. soldier
  45. gukoyan 8 October 2015 22: 38 New
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    I hope our Rooks will support Assad’s troops in this battle ... I can feel the losses there are not small .... I would like to believe that only from the IG.
  46. Wolka 9 October 2015 05: 43 New
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    the war is not over yet, everything is ahead, the borders really need to be hopefully closed
  47. vell.65 9 October 2015 11: 49 New
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    Quote: pilot8878
    . Everyone understands what border control means.

    The arms supply channels and the possibility of retreating to adjacent territories to rest and respite camps are blocked.
  48. The Chat 9 October 2015 11: 51 New
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    Cutting off from supply bases is right, the basic principle of war.
    And supplying the bandits with the help of the American "humanitarian bombardments" with weapons and ammunition is not economically viable, even for the USA ...
  49. vlad.1924 10 October 2015 08: 46 New
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    If the Syrian army, with the support of the Russian Aerospace Forces, succeeds in closing the border with Turkey, then the ISIS war in Syria will quickly fade ... And the US administration’s project to organize the ISIS terrorist state in Syria will quietly close ..
  50. win
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    Is it in vain that our planes flew to Turkey? Reconnaissance evidently carried out by the sickly


    No, not in vain:
    The invasion of Russian fighters in Turkish airspace could reveal the position of Patriot air defense systems


    This is one of versions MASS MEDIA.
    There is no special need for aircraft to fly to Turkey. All frequencies of any electrical equipment are already known. And they are all tracked over long distances by electronic intelligence of a special purpose of Russia. Radio OSnaz can even determine a separate car, because its engine also emits electromagnetic waves.
    So the official explanations of the representative of the Russian Ministry of Defense are preferable.